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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 October 1890

ALWAYS SOMETMNG i NEW AT FREAR'S UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. LACE CURTAINS. Frear is showing Nottingham Cur- tains al prices which defy competi tion, $i, 1.15, $1.25, $'.35, and sq on up to six dollars per window. In Irish Point Frear is showing All-over Figured Lace Centres, with a very handsome border, for tlie very modest sums of 13.79. 4.79, 6.79, 9, and upward. You will find eyerything that is needed to furnish your homes, from the cheap Nottingham to the fine Louis XIV., at Frear's. PORTIERES. Frear is showing Heavy Curtains from I2.25 per pair up to 30 dollars Frear is offering three separate bar- gains in Portieres : One at ZS, worth 10. This Cur- tain has a very pretty frieze, with long braided fringe to hang over pole and a wide all over dado at bottom, with pretty tassel fiinge. Number two is an All-over Figured Curtain, in terra cotta and cream, with a 12-inch five knottcd fringe,for $12. The third is an degant Austrtan Curtain, with all the Moquette color ings. This Curtain ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 October 1890

' "ATRBACBKB0U8 LOVEH t Nina Camusso wai1 tlie dauRhtcr nnfl sislcr offlshormcn. Ilernoorllttlaliome. f at thaurtlier oxtromlty of I'ortoflna, ap pearcu a snot of dingy wliito amid tao green of tlio ollro and fic lcavcs. It gtood a single halutatlon on tho craftgy side of tliat high cliff against wlilch tho sea breaks in sullen roarines nielit and day. It was Icbs than a houso little moro than a hut, suspended among tho rocks, betTcen tho bluo sky that roofs tlio mountalu top and tho green waves that foreTcr beat against tho fountlatjon rocks bclow. In tlils wiul soutuuc, ucprivcd of a mothor's caro frora early infancy, Nlna liau nvcu wun ncr iatner anu urotnors, and passed from clilldhood to girlhood Other liuman companions sho Iiad not. except onco a wtck when sho nttcndcd mass, walklng alono tlio threo ralles of rough road that separatcd her humblo cabin from tho liistoric church of San Fruttuoso. The fathor' and brothers flshermcn ' and sailors made long abscriccs from homo. jff...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1890

Tibxs ov DM";---lh ,. ss !?.' ye.r. inadTance , s J.n J's w..ks. 1-M One Inch monthi.4 2?! S?it 7 i Vr.SO.00 1 One lnch 1 jer. .C w;,r.snsertennderliead of "Boslncss U rV' 10c perllne. each lnseiuon. All ttteriaiid CommunlcnUom shonld b ad H.d T PIERCB. rubllsher n ''S&'r t the Bennington r.0.as.econd.claM m.tter. QusmcBS Sivcctorij. DR. MARY PABTR1DQE. OFFICEAT UESIDENCK, v HlfJ Ko.4H Maln St- Bennington. Vt. C. H. MASON. nOHMT AT LAW. fc Dennlngton, yt. C. II. DARLINQ. rrOBNKYATLAW. umc oY-r - --mn. Vi. ..tf JAMES B. MEACIIAM. VV. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Cowrsellor at Low, anu Spllcltoi Chancery- No. 3U7 BHn Street. Ben nington, vi. COAI, ! COALt COALI LIU Wffl AND UETAIL. rjotst. J.1I.LQ1UXU (X)., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, PIUKTEH, BTATIONKR Banner Building-,) North st., Bennington. RATCHELDER & DATES. ATTOP.NEYS AND COUNHELLOUS AT LAVv and SollcltorslnChancery. otllc. oier Flrst Natlonal Bank.llennlngton, , Mtt I K.BATCUKLDE1'- r,. u. H. O. DAV, M. D. fXtne at pnno noni...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1890

The Banner. UENN1N0TON. VWIMUOT : Thnrsday'.Afternoon Nov. 6, 1890. TUE ELECTIO.N8. Twentv-nino States hcld eleetlona Tuesday, antl tlio result is a swceping xseiuui-ruuu viciury. jieiiuuucuns luse tne ilouso ol Keprcsentauves by a majority variously estimatcd at (rom 70 to 00 on tlio prescnt basin. This will indicato tlio grcat chango tliat lias takeu placo as sliown by tho returns. Speaklng of Congress, tlio New York Prets re marks: "Tlio new apportionmetit, if mado at tho sliort scssion of Conftress, with provlslon for the olectlon next Novembcr of tlio addltlonal mcmbcrs givon to the sovcral States by tlieir in creaso of ponulation. may. after all. detcrmino tlio polltlc.il status of the next Concress. Whatever It may bo there isno roason for Itepubllcan dis couragement If tho next Congrcss 1s Democratic It cati bo rclicd upon to make such a record that it will be Buccecded bv a R'cnublican Conirress in 1802. and tU recoril will matcrially ald in electlng a Itepubllcan Fresident...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1890

III FREAR'S NEWPRICES -IX- DRESS GOODS -AND- KNIT UNDERWEAR One case o( Doublefold All-Wool French Cashfnere, in all the Fall and Winter colors. is niarked by Frear for this Challenge Sale at 35c per yard. You cannot match it in qual ity elsewhere for 50c per yard. One lot of 54-inch Knglish Dress TiveedF. in dark colors. is Iisted to be sold in six-yard dress lengths for Frear's Black All-wool Doublefold Woven-stripe .Surah, in dress pat- terns of eight yards for S3, is posi. tively worth 60c per yard. Special styles in 50c Plaids and Stripes are niarked by Frear at this sale 37 i-JC per yard. You just ought to see the Double fold Printed Cashmeres for house dresses which Frear is selling at 25c per yard. They are extra desirable. At 49c and joc per yard Frear is running several lines of Ooc and 75c Plaids, Fancies and Flain Goods. Have you heard that Frear is sell ing six yards of Yard-and-a-lialf-wide English All-wool Broadcloth in all the most fashionable shades for 82.50, the t...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1890

rilKSKRVINO ADTCMN LEATE8. the flrst ilac? , , (a not ratlier too many, ! A'fow absolutoly perfcct leavcs aa beHor'than tho Bcorcs of common ones, that' we'are tompttil to collcct lHcmember tlio fato of Aladdin In tho cardcn, wliero gcras frrow instcad of blossoms, and do not take too many, bearing in mlnd tho sayitig, "tho greedy soul is loved by nolther gods nor mcn." Carry an opcn baskct on eno arm, and sclect tho spoclmcus witli a critlc's eyo. The leaves of tho liard maplo aro always corgeous in hue, and dclicate in outline. Thoso that wcar tho dcepcst tints of crimson or yellow aro bcst for our pur pose. Oak leaves aro Bhiny and firin, and easily prcscrvcd. Nature has alwayB becn prodigal to tho bccch tree, scat tering on hcr boughs tlio richest, bright ost colors. Tho sumach (or Bhoemake) glows with vlvid crimson, nnd a clear ambcrshinos througli tho dainty larcli and chcstnut leaves. Thcn thero aro tlio dull chocolato and raottled red of tho blackberry vines, whllo tho popla...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1890

rOtUanlO 1T1RT TBOBI)A ATTIBKOOH Oie rear. InadTance 11 50 I Tlirea monlhi.-...J ki h. TS Slnelo caplcMa (POSTAQK PII-WWO RATKS OF ADVKItriSINtH One Inch.l week. . . 7S On. nci S monthaW.00 O le Inch, S weki. . IM One Jnch J monthi, 4.50 OneFoarthcol.l jr.1-00 One lochl . - .0C Noticii tmerted nnder nraa or "Uaiineii u cai'MOenerlinf.eachlnmUon. .... . iI-Md .C A. MKROK. PablUher nd IVniirletor. Kntered attbe Oennlogton r.O.aaeconi-tlai ra uter. Qusincss CHvcctotij. DB MARY PABTRIDGE. OFFICEAT nESIDENCE, 51UJ Ko.4MloBtEennlnBton. Vt. C. H. MASON. ATTOIUS'EIdAl.IiBk.B.nnIn.ton.Vt. . 0. H. DARLINQ. A.OmeOTrrintNUonilbank, iT,i l)cnnlnirton..vt( 4 JAMES 11. MEAC1IAM. A ATLAW. 1. SIIELDON & CUS1IMAN. 4 1 ttoi ner and Connsell" l at Law, ana 60 lcl iui ln Charcery. No. dun titreet, Hen ilnKton. vt. W. D. Sheldon. II. T. Cuslmian. COAI. ! COALI COALI LIME AND CEMENT AT WIIOLESALE AND ItETAIL. Depottt., J.U.LORIN0 TO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, OOKBELLEK. PIUNTER, STATIONEB AND UIJUIK ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1890

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : rhnrsday Afteraoon Nov. 13 ,1890. Woman's Suftrnge was killcd by tlie llouso Tuesday, ns it ouglit to liavobecn wn tlilnV. Thn fricnds of tlio scnarote Agriciiltural collcgo aro sanRulno of suo cess. They BhouM succecd and we can see no gooil reason why tlio proposeu bill sliould f all. Tho farmers aro a clear malorltv and know what they want. It ! nii InniiUtn their intelllirence to intt mntn that a lobv can out-cencral such mon wlien it Is a qucstlon of votes. By all meaiiB dlvorco the Aericultural Col- legofrom tho Universlty. The new elccllon law has provcd itsclf a success in one important partlcular, t.it It nffnnlixl a nulot eiection. The main difflculty voters expcrienced was in foldlng their ballots, and in some nor.a t, ilm lmntlm lieinir so dark that it was difficult to rcad in them, but these mlnor details can be corrccted, ti, nf nn nW.tlnn is larcolv in creascil, cspccially this experfinental vnor Iml thla Is a minor consideration If i...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1890

RiEIAiUiiSi S A notable cvcnt alwjsa :nraoiiguiepcopieorTroy anu I Albany ls the openlng ol Frenrs Ilolldny Book Dcpart Smcnt. . Tlils season tlic dntc of the ; Grand Book OnenlnK wlll be .Tuesday A. M Nov. lith. IX Djring the past monlh there has bicn a colossal combinaiion entered into by the large book publishers in New York and Philadelphia with th idea of putting a large advance on the prices of the leading and popular lines of books. With the prices in their hands they sit perched on the top of the lndder saying: "Jf you want books this year you will have to pay our prices." This condition of the market has led Frear todoa good deal of extra skitmishing among the people wlio make books, with this result: We have the largest, newest, cleanest and most altractive stock of books ever put inside of the Troy Dizaar, or any dry goods or book- storc north of New York city. It in- cludes all of the lmv-pricedbooj5 that have been so popular with our patrons in years past. We have also ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1890

XVHAT CUREST -SdltorUl Dlfference orOplnlon on'an Im portant Subject. jf'JtVlfat Is'lhe forco tliat ousU illseasb; anu jjincii ls uio most convenicnt apptv iatusjfor applylng.it? How far ls tho r TCgular physician useful to us bocause we bellovo it lnm, antl liow far aro liis pills and powders and tonics only tho material reprcscntativcs of liis personal inllucnce on our hcaltli? Thercgular doctorscure; tho liomas pathic doctors curo; tho Ilahnemannltcs curo: and so do tho fatth curca and tho miml cures, and tho so-callod Cliristian scicntists, and tho four-dollar-and-a-half advertlslng inltcrants, and tlio patont mcdicino men. Tliovall lilt. and thev all iniss, and tho proat diffcretice onq giuui, iiiuciuiicu m uie resuu is uiar, when tho regular doctors loso a patlont no ono cruniblDs.and wlien tho irregular doctors loso ono tho commiinity stands on cnd and howls. Rochester Unlon nnd; MuvcriiBer. Naturo cures, but nature can bo aided; mndcred or defeatcd in tho curatiro process. A...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1890

"'.".'S.efira bpunty or fetch a proflt ablo .pnco Iii markeL Tl.V i,i.f ees by oro be Tanwa n 4rritafllllFTa02f 1 0 10 T04r. in adrance 50 I Three month.,..-3H Slz muotb " 7ft I Slnjtle coplci 5 KATEB OF ADVBKTlSINQt One loch.l week, T I One Ind 8 mouthi$3.00 One Inch, 8 weeki, IM 1 One luch 8 monthi, 4.60 One Fourth coL 1 yr3000 Om inch 1 jrear, 6.0C Noticis Iniertedunderheid of "Bnilnen Lo cli" 103 per Une, each lasritloo. A'l Ltteriand CommnntcaUans ihonld be ad- lraprltor. I Entered at tbe Bennington F.O.M lecood-claw I miuer. Qusincss EJircctotij. DR. MAItY PARTRIDGE. O oiuj no.m jtain di eiinium-uii, ... 0. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adam' Ulock. Bennington, Vt. 91 O. H. DARLING. AXTORNEY AT LAW. rtfflM nr Ktrnt NnMnn&I bjinlr. 4ltr Bennington. Vti JAMES D. MEAC1IAM. ATTOBNBY AND OOirN8Ef.nR AT LAW. SHELDON & CUSHMAN. A ttomeys ana uonnaeum i at law, anu bo ici J. toia in Chanc.ry. No. 307 lliln Btreet, Denmniriuu. i. ....- W. D. Sheldon, II. T. Cuahmaa. C0AI.I COALI C...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1890

The Banner. BENNIN0TON. YXKMOXT : thursday Afteraoon Nov. 20, 1890. In tlio Lecislature yestcnlay tlioblll to repeal tlio ' cider clause" was killcd bv tlio IIouso, thus sliowing, as ve stntca nfter tlio clcction last Sciitcinbcr, tbnt the re.il genso of Vermont isProblbltion. Tbo blgb (?) ltccnso and colloRe bills are to como ud to-dav. Tbo formcr wlll stand little sliow ot passagc, tlio lattcr ougnt to uccorae a uw. In scraping somo walls of a hosplt.il at Milan thero has been broucbt to liclit n copy of tlio famous "Last Supper" of Lcon.inlo da Vlnci. Tbo interest of tbo discovey 1s tbat tbo nowly-found frcaco scems to bo an cxact dnplicato of tbo com position as orip;mally palntcd by Da Vincl. and contains detalls whlcb have disappeared from tbo oritrinal in tbc course of mucb maltrcatment and n.ir- tial rostoration. Our readcrs will rccall what Jlr. Sberry wrote about this sub' Jcct in his lettcr two or thrco wceks ago, Tbo Riiicido of Frank II. Bascom of Montnoller. Moudar mor...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1890

S"Y.- FREAR'S NOVEMBER SPEC1ALS. MAGHIF ICEH T ASS0R1 MEHT 21-Ids. Seal Plusnes In French, Gernun and English makes, very fine close pi!e. These goods are very fnshionable now, both for long and outside gartnents and the short capes, so much worn Frear's prices are much lower than ever before- quoted for the same qiulities of Seal Plush. Black Velour de Noir Plush, worth 4. only $2.50. Brown Seal Plush, worth $4.50, only 2 75. Black Seal Plush, worth 85, only 3- LOOAL 1NTELLI0ENCE. Miss JIaiiy Loomis has been very ill. EmvAnn UcsitKELL has moved to Fort Edward,JT. Y. Qoite a nuraber of cliildrcn aro ill with athroat trouble. Jlit. ani JIus. E. II. MooiiK have re- turncd frora a tive weeks' abseuce. E. A. Bootu, town clerk, has bcen quite ill, but la ablo to 1)0 to tho offlco to.day. Tjie second musicalo was held at tho homo of Mrs. J. E. Merrill Monday afternoon, Coopeu'h mllls havo shut down for two weeks to tako nn invcntory and mako repalrs. O. V. IlAnwooi), cmploycd on tho Troy ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1890

A t'Warning Voice Read! Ontef Iheflsoaot human mtstrr-lt lnuraltles.dlsrascs nd utftrlnrs-there rlses are rock of hope that safftrers from phjslcal nd ucrTons 111s tsn tsoln be rtstorcd 1 tound nealtb. ana perft Tlgor bj oslns lht wondcrful mcdlcal dlsroTtrT, Dr. Grcene'i Ntrrnrs, Ihn creat new, braln ana blood totlsorator. It ls the grtatut bcen erer clTtn to antferlng h'ttmanlty, and Its tlmtlj nseBires tbonsands npon Ibousandi of wrak, nmousand ulscourigeu safftrers from those awful and falal resnlts-HMIN EinAISTlOlf, nEAHT rAiitriE, KERTors rBosTruiioif, paraltsis, ixsanht o? pnEHAirnE dkatii. tfcglcctjs dangerous, and allwho fcel that thelr nerves are tvcalt or their nerve and physicdl force, power and cncrglcs are impalred in the sUghtcst degree, should hccd tho warning voice, and by ustng this marvellous remedy be mado sound in vitality of nerve and strength of body before it is toolate. Dr. Orcenc's Xervura, whlch is 2urcly vegetable and harmlc.ss, tvill be found the very be...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1890

j ! 'eninjaioH ifitmicr, rOEU.BlD ITSRT TB WDAT irTIMWll Slx n.nthii " 1 8iwt1' C0P1'''"'' IUlBluru"'"" A.i.iak . TH One lnci monthi3.00 "?? 'nit"f M 1 O nehl iear. ,4.50 M...-.lnirtedanderhed of "Bualnei. iav calM10rperllne.eachlnieUon. AlWnul Coramnnicatlona ahonld b ad. d-vsaed C7. A. PIKRCE. roDiianer Kitered at'the Bennington P.O.aiaecond-elaw tnv.ter, Dusincss EHtcctotij. O DR MARY PARTRIDGE. ,m.0B AT UESIDKJOB, C. H. MASON. C. H. DAKLlNG. AXTORNKY ATLAVY. OfflcOTrFlntNUontkiilt, ur Bennington, vt, JAMES B. MEACIIAM. SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. A ttoineys and Counelloi at Uw, anu SoMcl kaib ln Chancenr, Bennlngion. Vt. V. D. Sheldon. No. 3UJ naln Street, IStMB II. T. Cushman. COALl COALI COAM LIME AND CEMKNT , AT W1IOLE8ALE AND ItETAIL. Depot IV, J. lI.LOIUNa CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, STATIONEB I S n HI.ANK IIOOK MAKEB, B.nner Bollding,) North t.. Bennlnitton. BATCHELDER & BATES. AIT0BNEY8 ANDC0UNSK1.1.UU3A1 mh and BollcltorelnChancery. over ftret nauonai uan., ""'"aV"-. ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1890

The Banner. UENNINUTUN. VERMONT : Chursday Afternoon ,JJoy27, 1890. Tlianksgivine 1s here once moro. Let us all give thanks for many blesslnes and enjoy the famlly reunionrthe day brings to us. The Suprcmo Court judges were all ro electcd, and to fill tho vacanciea caused by Judge I'owers's election to Congress and the decllnation of Clilef Justlce Koyco, Speakcr Start and L. II. Thomp son were electcd. Judge Ross ls pro motcd to bo Chlef Judge. UlO Ulll HUUIlOUlllK wwuvj tjw- rSu- Eervisors auu ouierwisu utmnt; aokward into tho 18th century in Ver mont schools passed the Senate by one Tote. Tho bearer of tho message to the Ilouse was complimented by tho mem bersstopping thelr uproar tohcarhis message, and when it was nnnounced eavo him grcat applause and a lot of and as he wcnt away was rewarded with a saluto of desk cover slamming. If there aro peoplo who swear by (worshlp) or earth or bcneath tho earth. is i.u r Wnnd wlin if finvprnnr If ill does not want it, will probably gotthe...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1890

FRE AR'S HOMMY DEP'T OPENED Saturday Morning, NOV. 22. Never before in the history of the Bazaar has this department displayed so many imported Novelties and Od dities in English Crescent Ware, Jap anese Vases, Rose and Cracker Jars and Bric-a-Bfac of all kinds. Fancy I.ap Tablets, Writing Desks and Tortfolios of all kinds, Fancy Ink Stands, Paper Weiglits, Fancy Leath er Tocketbooks, Purses, Hand Bags, C'ard Cases. Cigar Cases, CufT and Collar Boxes, Thotographs, Frames, OUR NEW NOVELTY WINDOW Is Provlng to be one of the GREATEST HOLIDAY FEATIIRES We ever presented. Fancy Mirrors, Jewel Cases, Toilet Cases, Manicnre Sets, Shaving Sets, Engagement Cups and Saucers, Bac carat Crystal, Clocks, Music Boxes, Music Rolls, Odor Cases, Fancy Fans, Fancy Tliermometer Cases, Fancy Whisk Broom Receivers, Pa per Knives in elegant designs, Sachet Bags in so inany artistic designs that it would be impossible to describe EVERY TWO DAYS Until Dec. 25th will witaess a ntw display of novelties, Ever...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1890

-a ca THE 8UKPRI8E I'ARTY. It was n, flno morninjj lu early October, and tlio IliMrctli yanUiail bcen full of chlldren. Now lt was tlcserteil, but the mufllcd soumls of n liammor eomlnp frora the "cob stairs" told whcro they had gone. Crack, crack, went the but ternuts, yet tho pilo in the corncr nevei seemed to got low," though so mucb cracking was dono ovcry ycar. "I tell you wliat let's do let's jrot VP sometblng a clrcus or race," sald Ilarry. "Oli no," answered Frcd, "I thlnk we bad bettcr givo a performanee." "Well, Tolly and I won't go one stcp to it, will wc, Polly?" said Betty, "bc causo a party is tho very best thing to liave, isn't it, Polly?" 'ies, a party, a partyl" Bcreamed Polly. " ,. "Pooh 1 ' boys don' t care aboiit parties," sald Ilarry. . "Ycs, thoy do, too, sometimcs," ro pllod Betty. "Whora sliall we Invito?" Bald Fred; "tbero'll liave to bo lots bere let's have a regular jam an " "Oh, yes, do, raspbeny jam and cocoa nut cako and f ritters," bcgan Polly, who was...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 December 1890

Btnnfafllon smtt tvilM 0 1T1HT THUMDAT "T.BSOOS rrosTA.a fb.wu.J KATEOFADVEnrlSIKOt n .!.... i ek . . 15 1 One Incl tnontui3.00 9"? "M"" V. . Vil One lnch t monthi,4.S0 nli rourti coL 1 jtfttM ' On. tnch 1 ie. - caV'IOOperllne.eachlnieiUon. v u h. .t C A'l tI.tter.And r-ommunlcatlon. ' lliled C. A. PIEKOK. Publliher and '"BnKrtdVuhe Bennington P.O.n,eeood.da nutter. i Uuisincss Dircttouj. ..3 Jkuitiit 1011 VOLUME L. BENNHSTGTOlSr, VT., THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1890. NUMBER 46. DR MARY PARTRIDGE. O- FFICE AT RE81DENCK, SllfJ No.4UMaln SU Bennington. t. C. H. MASON. ttouneyat law. fci Bennlnrtoni vt. 0. H. DARLING wiftNHV ATLAW. Offlce orer Finl Natlonal lank 41t' Bennington. Vt, COLE & BURT'S Lar-o Storo is now crowied witli ln's Bojs' and Children's I rimsr jmmiessions op jcunopK. JAMES B. MEACHAM. ATrI,NBYAS?"N-sn.onATLW. SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. ttoineyandl'iiisellniiat ljw,nnuollcl toin ln Chal cery. Bennington. Vt. W. B. Sheldon. llaln Street, letr-ez II. T. Cusliman. COALI C0AL...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 December 1890

The Banner. 'BENNINGTON VERMONT : Tharsday Afternoon Dec 4, 1890. Some idea of the lmportation of ejfgs from Canada may be cathered from a Little whlch we flnd 111 an Ottown ci chanfe. From tliat it would appear,tliat ln isua we lmportcd irom uanaua l,bl, 872 dozcns of eggs valued at $203,071. In 1880 tliis rolume of outside comDetltlon with our homo farmcrs bad assumed tlio propoitionaof $14,028,803 dozcns, valued at $2,169,010. Nowondcr farmers have complalncd of the low prico of eags, and Canadians novr don'tliko the SicKinley tamt. Adispatcli ycstcrday from New York says: Nearly Iialf the voto ontho woman question in the Methodlst church ln the Unlted States 1s now in. The returns now are: For women, 18,837: against, 14,284. Tho Germans strongly oppose the propositlon. "Enough returns aro in," says tho Philadelphia Metliodttt, "to show tlat Mcthodist women have boen voted the right to seats in the gencral comerence as lay aelegatcs." Mr. Kecd ought to havo an cdltlon tle luxe of...

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