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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 19 April 1888

rmi.niiaii riBT tbuhsdat irTiHHoon, TSHHB OT SOB8CUIPTION I is yur. madrance (1 60 Tlireo nionlh. 34 invnlht " 75 Slngle coplc 5 (rosTAQK pns.piu.) KATES OF AUVKliriSINOt Ooe Inch.t week, - - 75 I Onc Inch 3 month3.00 if tnch,3week. - 1.2S Onc lnch 9 lnonlh,4.li0 .ne.Pourth col. 1 jrr,30.00 Ouc Inch 1 year, -. S.OC Hotici Inserted under head of "Businen Lo caV Me per tlne, each Inscrtlon. vU Lettenaud Communlcauons anonla be ad. dnued O. A. 1'IKHCE. l'ubllilier and Proprletor. , Kntered atthe Bennington P.O.anecond-clasa raatter. Ousincss HJircctonj. W. B. SHELDON. Attorney anil Counsellorat 1-aw, amlSollcltor In Chancery. Olllce and retldence 18 W'tn MamStreet, Bennington, Vt. lUtf-82 C. H. DAHL1NG. ATTOUSF.YATI.AW., , ,, , Olllce ovcr Fir.t Natlonal bank, 4ltf liinnington. t, batoheldeu & fi7TES A TTOKNEY8 AND COUNHEI.I.OKS AT LAW A. and SollcitoralnL'hancery. Oliire over KirH .Vntlonal llank, Bennington. . 3tr 1 K. BATCIIKI.DKK. E 1.. BATbh. C. H. MASON. ATTOUSEY AT LAW. Adam...

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. — 19 April 1888

$l)C bennington gjmuicr BENNINGTON VEUMuNT : TUUKSDAY AFTEHNOON, Al'KIL 19. Tlio lena of the Lick telefcopo maRni fies 33.000 timi-s. It would be a koo11 instrument through wliich to view tho convlctions of tlie Dsmocratic party. Toilay. oniiliuiidrcdand thirtten years bco, at LcxinKton eaid Uen. Patchen: "Dlsperse y rebels."and tlio'Vmb.UtltU farmers of Concord answercd with ' the shot heard round tlie world." Minister l'hclpa la now said to be cer tain to bo the new Cliief Justice, a Senator having been eo inrorraed by tho President. The rcpott nppears to boeencrally beiieved in Washington. The Welden House of St. Albana, has been purchased by Thomas Lavetider, from the Linslng Millia estale, Mr.Lav ender was formerly tho niamiKer of the house for boiuo years. A. A. Merrilleld, the late manager. roci to UosUn. lhe price paid was $23,000. The fact that Maryland. ilespite the tremendoua nmount of "flne work put in there by Higgina and Gorman, has al ready organized a hundred Kepubli...

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. — 19 April 1888

ocnl 3ntcUigcncc. SPECIAL BUSINESS LOOALS. BOX TArERS box rxrERS ! BOX PArERS ! 20 Cejita 25 Cents 9) CenU S5 CenU !0 CenU 25 CenU Just received 250 boxes of elesant ttnting pa per, Mlilchwe areretalltnft SO and 23 cents per box. The best paper for the money, e?er offered In Bennington, tylsaao Surdam offera his furniture busiiie ss for salt anu store to iec. l-ir. rW"iJ. E. and E Di'wer liavo just re- ceived new style l'lnughs. Ilarrowa and Uultivators; also "liradloy a riioapiiaie, lUld. t7l'he next meeting of the VillaRe lmprovement society wiiiteon weu nesday afternoon, April 25th, at three O CIOCk. i EH UllUElt. tSfllias Morgan has just returnod froui New York with a large assortmnnt of new goods, which she invites tne Ia dtes lo call and extmtnu. t5?"Mrs. Slack. dreaatnaker. has mnv pd to rooraa in the residence of Dr. II. J Polter, Main etreet, where her custo- inere will now flnd her. t-Parties havinc macazinca, pamnh lets or papera they wish bound.can have worK dono at tne ...

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. — 19 April 1888

Written for the Baxner. BATriiNKILI, Olt ONDAWA, AND SAN COIK. UY QEOROE W. IIARMAX. In your issue of Oth June, 18S7, i3 nn Item headcd "Manchester," respecting a change from "Battenkill" to "Ondawa" of the name of tho stream which, start iag from ita several headn in Dorset nnd Peru near the sunimit of the water sheii between Lake Champlain nnd the Iiay of New York, flows aoutherly and west- erly to the State of New Yotk and then northerly and wenterly into the Hudson River near Schuylerville. Appended to the item are coniea, flrst from tho facile pen of Charles Ilallock that "Ondawa is the baptismal Indian "name" and "Battenkill from the name "of a Dutchman who once ehantied on "its banks;" second from a contribution to the press by tbat distinguished arch- toologist, the Ilon. Jamea Gibson, of Sa lem. N. Y., in which he BUggests the Dutch word "baten,"siznifyiug fertiliz lng, combined with "kill," meaning i stream, as tho origin of the modern name in Dutch; and tho Enghsli word "...

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. — 26 April 1888

rOJUaHHD BTBRT THURSDAT ArTIHHOOH, t ..... . ini.t..t.M4lMllThTpn months......3k m.Qtht " 75 I Slngle coplel,..i-3 (POSTAeB PRI-rlUO KATKS OF ADVKliriSlNQl nnA 1 W & I One lne!l S monthsft3.00 Oa Incb, S weeks. - 1.25 One Inch months,4.50 jiie.Fourth col. 1 jrr.30.00 One luch 1 year, - - e.OC Moticm Insertcd under hcad of "Iiuslness Lo ca'a"10e perline, each inscrtlon. .... . lllLettersand Uommunicatfous should De aa- llriutd C. A. riEKUE. t-UDUMwr uu r.... Entered atthe Bennington P.O.anecond-claM Dusmcss KHrcctorn.. VviLLIAM E. MASOK. LAWUENCE M. ENNIS. IIOBT. V. 11ATKS. LAW OFFICES OF S1AS0V, ENNIS 4 BATES. Iiooms37, 3S, 39 t i Unlty Uuihllng, 79 Deai born Street, Chicago, III. Investmenls a speclallr. Loans of any amount placed up on t'lilcngo real cstate at 7 Der cent: small loans at ? per cent per annum. A shareof yourbusiness in both delartuieuts holicited. ;lu W. B. SHELDON. Attorney nnd Counsellor at I-aw, ana Sotlcltor In Chancery. Oftlce and residence 18 West MainStre...

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. — 26 April 1888

fgljc Bctuungton8anucr BENNINGTON VERMONT : TQURSDAY AFTERNOON, APKIL 26. Minister Pbelpa for Chlef Justice, Sec retiry Endicott for Minister toEcglBnd, and Patrick A. Collln, for a cabinet po- ; t : a -nmMnnrinn nf r h H n c p H re- ported bs contemplatea for political effect. TUa IVnlnna Pll W'HM TPT fVmDanV IS trying to sell its tock throughoul the country tnroui;n a new mra. oiomi j tbe name or lilirzara. rual comomanuii ought to raise the wind. The Ilouse Ways and Meana commit tee agreed yesterday to limit the general tariff debate to 17 daya afttr today, two ! ! nc1flv LHll tn A fllvlft CVCUlllg OCOSIUUO "'Jt ion ot the tlme between Democratic and Republican tpeakers. rri Jnf. I V a nRttnnnl nnti ealoorj confcrence in New lork city baa been chanced from April 18. to Wednei A. Rrown of Bellows Falla, i the Vermont member ot tbe national comnmtee, wuu impart any infoimatioa tbal may be de sired. The Indianapolla Journal conlinuea to Doorn Uen. uarnson lor iuo iramouvj. r i.,na 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. — 26 April 1888

jcal 3ntclltgcncc. SPECIAL BUS1NESS LOOALS. boz rArr.ns BOX rAPERS I BOZ PAFEItS I a) Centa 25 Centa !0 Centa Cents S CenU 51 CenU Just receited SJOboxes of elegint wntlng- pa per, which we are retailing 20 and S5 centa per aox. The best paper for the money, trtt onerM tn Bennington. tylsaao Surdam offera his furniture bu&tneas (or eale and store to let. 12tf. rsrThe W. U. C. will meet next Wednesday afternoon Instead of even int, May 2d. rSrPnrtlM IiAvinc mn irazines. rjamplv lela or papers they wiah bound, can haye wn-lr clnno at me UANNKU umut.ni iu the beat manner and at low ratea. HJ-Special meetlnR of Mt. Anthony Chapter No. 1. Order Eaftern Star next Wednesday eveninR, May 2d, in Masonic hall at 8 o clock. I'ER ukdbk. HfWanted To rent a plano for uae of l'ariah hall. The tnatrument will be well uaed. Enquire of Mbe A. C. Nor ton. HT Another large invoice of thoao 20 and 25 cent box papera ju-t reoeived at the Bannkr Stationery store. They are the beat papera ever old for ...

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. — 26 April 1888

A STOIIY OF HEItHDITY. Grandma Wilcox was not my real grandnia. Slie weut furtlier back as an ancestor than that. She was ray great grandmotber, anc) a wonderful woman, according to my mother'e ideas. Yet I mlglit rlghtfully call ber crand m, too, for she served in that capacity. and brought up iny mother, whose owu rndther died when slie was so young that her remembrance of ber was very slight in ( act so sliht tliat, as a marvel of industry, he was never quoted to us cbildren, but Grandma Wilcox was held up to us as a combination of won derful characteristics and equally won derful activities. Aftpran unusually hard day, trying to get tlio cbildren to do something, mother would say, Well, I don't know liow I ever came by two sucb lazy chil dren; you never mherited it frotn me, nor your fatber either, and we used to add menlally, of course nor from Grandma Wilcox either. lf you bad walked to the big wheel and epun your ten run of yaru, day In and day out, as 1 did when I was your 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. — 3 May 1888

m rUBLlBIIHD EVJSRY TDUR8DAT ArTIRNOOM, Tbrms or Hubcriptiom: J 18 jcr, in ad?anco l 60 I Tbrco ruonthi 31 mwQth 7 I Sinjtlo coples,.., 5 (POBTABE PKK-r ID.) 11ATKS OF ADVEliriSING 1 Oao inch.l week, -t 75 1 Odc Inci 3 montht$3.00 Ore inch, 3 week, - 1.25 One Inch 6 moutlis, 4X0 stift.Fourthcol. 1 JT.30.00 Oncinchlyear, 6.00 Noticbb InBertedundcrhead of "BusinesB Lo CV 10c per line, each tn'crtlon. UlLctterianil CommunicaUons Bhould be ad- flrned C. A. T1EUCK. rublliher and rroprletor. Entered atthe Bennington P.O.asaecond-cIasa matter. Dusmcss Divcttoii). WILLIAM E. MASOX, LAWKEN'CEM. ENNIS. KOBT. V. liATKS. I' AW OFFICES OF J MASOV, ENN1S & 11ATES. ltooms.37, 3S, 30 & 40 Uuity lluiMing, J9 Dear born 8treet, t'hicaRo. III. Inrcstments a specialtv. Loans of nny amount placed upon Chlcago real cstate nt 7 uer cent: small loan:, at 1 per cent per aimum. A fihnre of your buslness In both departmcnts sollclted. 10 W. I). SHELDON. A ttomey and Counellor at Law, and Solicltor XA. ...

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. — 3 May 1888

Sl)c?.cnnmQtonganncr OENMNGTON VERMONT : TUURSDAY AFTEHNOON, MAY 3. Tlie Indiana papers arc booming Ben. Ilarriaon for tlie Kepublican nomlnatlon tha Michiean nrees libpwiRR are on tlie alett to show thelr faorilc's cood points. their preference i,i Alopr of that State. Col. Hooker said a good word for the latter in a New York lnterview Saturday. and ihn ntiilAinl Hprald uilirtnB that it '18 doubtlees good Blainu policy" eo to do. Thi Vermont delecates to tlie National Anti-Saloon Republican Convention, are as follows: tranK riumiy 01 iiurwuiciu, Hon. Josiali Grout of Derby, Hon. O. V. ii ., ni sioiilnn. Hnn. Charles 1 , Marsh of Woodstock, D. M. Camp of Newport, C, 3. Page of Hyde Park, Al bert Kiraball of West Randolph, Major A. B. Vnlentino of Bennington, L. II. Twis of Hvde Park. U. U. Johnson of Vergennes. Tlie Troy Trcjs (Dcinocratic) has been iiitcrvlcwing the collar manufac turcrs of that city as to tho truth of tho reports that thoso largo interests will shutdown and rcniai...

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. — 3 May 1888

ocal jhitclligcncc. SPECIAL BUS1NESS LOCALS. BOX PAPERS BOX PAPERS I BOX PAPERS I W Ctitl 2 Centa SO Cents 25 Cents 20 Cents 24 Cents Juit received 2S0 twits of elegant v.ntlnj; pa- er, vrhlchwo are retalllna; 20 and H cents per ox. The best paper for the money, eter onerea tn Bennington! ty"Ladies' Buttun Shoea $1.30, at Martin's. ra-Iaaac Surdam olTcra his furniture businesa for salu and store to let. 12tf, HTlIen'a Uongreat Qaiters, f 1.00. at Martin's. rs-PRrtip havlne maeazines. pamph leta or papers they wish bound, can have work done at tne jmasu uuiiuii m the best manner and at low ratee. t2TOo lo Martln'a lo get bargain8 in buotaand shoes. t3TVanted To rent a plauo for uee ot l'arish liall. The instrument will be well used. Enqulre of Misa A. C. Nor ton, t' tSTMen'a Calf Boots. 3.00, at Mar tln'a. AII other goods in proportion. STAnother hrge invoice of those 20 and 25 cent box papers just received at tbe Ban.ner Stationery store. They are the bejt papera ever aold for the m...

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. — 3 May 1888

TI1U PITZKOV VASUS. What I am about lo relate ia abeolute ly true. It has never appeared in tjpe before, I ehall nierely make a necessary chanee in names and locale, leving the facts exaclly as tliey were detailed to me by one persooally Interested in tbe etory, In a rarablinfc old rectory in tho Mid- lands there had stood ror more man lor ty yesrs two china vasr s not specially admired or valued by llieowner dusted by the sacrilegious liands of every chanre houemaid,yet,curiously enough unbroken during that long period of time. There were quantities ol china lying about and ranged along the walla apparentiy 01 equai or greaier vaiue. The place waa a vast china warren.why, no one Beemed 10 Know. Atthppnrlnf fnrtv veara the rector, who had a raore digniliod ecclesiastical titlo us well. died. Like Mr. Bardell. "heelided almost imperceptibly from the world" and left bU china behind ),lm Tbe rector left two sons, Robert and James Fitzrov. The property was di- vided pretty .equally betw...

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. — 10 May 1888

IjScmmti&toii JjSamw CT7BUSHID ITIBT THURDAT ATTIRNOOH, Timi ni sn&acRipriON: J rcr, to advince ftl W I Three inontht....3li mutbi " 1& Simrle coptei...,, (rosTAOK rnx-riDO HATKS OP ADVKlirfSINOs Oae loeh.l week, $ 75 I One Inci 3 month$3.00 Inch, 3 weeks, 1.25 One tnch 0 moDtli,4J0 j oe.Fsurth cot. 1 rr.30.00 One Inch 1 year, - 6.0C Noticm imertedundcrhead of "Business Lo C'i 10c per Une, each inseruou. AllLettersaud Communlctions ihould be ib-nscd O. A. PIKUCK. TablUher and Pmprietor. Entered at the Bennington P.O.as second-cU maiter. Business JOircctorn. WiIAIAM E. MASON, LAWRKNCE 51. ENXIS. ItOHT. 1 11ATES. 1 AW OFFU'ES (F J MASON. F.SN1S .t 11ATES. Ilmmi 37 90 .t 4 ) Uultv llulMIne. 59 Dear- born Slreet, ChlcaK", 111. Investments a speciallv. Lonns ofany amount tdaced unonl'hlcaco real cstate at 7 ner cent: small loans at S per cent per annum. A sharc cf your ousiness tn Dotn ucparttnents t.oIicitcd. 10 W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellor at 1 .aw, and Sollcltor...

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. — 10 May 1888

gl)cSJcnnmgton)aimcr OESNIKOTON VERMONT : TUURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 10. It is denled in Encland that tbe Tory governraent nsked tbe Vaticanor in any way iniluencetl the Pope in bis repres Bivc decree in Irieb alTairs. A "epocial" to the Mail and Express of May 5th from Nyack, N. Y says: While two mon were ilshing in the Iiud eon river hore on Saturday, they found a cheesu box floating on the water. In tho Isox wa9 a hen eetting on flfteen cgRB? Thev took the box up and carried it to tho ehore, Yosterday tbe eggs hatcbed out, and the result was thlrteen pretty chicken3 and two diminutlve Bea gulls. . Fanny Davenport, the actress, entered Hn nction in the Sunreme Court of New York Saturday for divorco from her husband, Edwin M. Price. The groutids whicli Misa D-ivenport gives for her suit nrn the usual slatutorv erounds, It is tjK.ii hr fripnds of Mis9 Davenport that Mr, Price will interposb no defence and that sho will be allowed to secure a divoroe as promptly as tlio forms of law wil...

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. — 10 May 1888

ocal 3ntcUigcncc. SPECIAL BUSINESS LOOALS. BOX rAPEllS BOX rXFERS I BOX rAPERS ! SO Centa 55 Centa SO Centa 8J Centa 10 Cents M Centa Jut received 2S0 boies of elegant wnttns r per, wblche are retalling 20 and 25 cents per kox. The bcst paper o "e niouey, etcr onereo. !n Bennington, 5?"Opera 6lippere,85 centa nt Murtiii's. ESTIsaao Surdatn ofters his furnitnro businesa for eale und store to lct. 12tf. t-SIartln'e is thc place for anytliing in thc shoo line. tSTPartiea having maRnzines, parapli lets or papers tliev wish tioutid, oan have work done at the IUnnf.b Bisdery in the bcst manner and at low rates. t37"Thosie Men'a Congress Gaiters at f t, are n grcat bargaln, at Martin's. C-Another Urge invoice of tliose 20 and S5 cent box papera jus.t received at the IUnneb Stationery atore. They are the best papera ever eold for the money. Cff'Men's tap sole ehoes for every day wear at 1.50 and f 1.75 are bargaina, at Martin'a, C&Jo8. Scliwaiz ia opening a very fine and large line of s...

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. — 10 May 1888

n TUE FIT.NESS OF TIIING8. Why is it tliat competent, capable me chanics will use toola and material with out regaril to fltnes9 for tlie work in liand? Is it a clironic atate of 'don't care n d ,' or doc9 not tlio man comprebend what be is doing? The man wbo uscs a monkey-wrench for a hammer is a good illustration of thia class of mcn, anil is, perhaps, the inost common of tliem all. In the wood shon these men will use whicbever saw they find upon tlie arbor, no matter wht'ther thev intend to cut or Lrip tbc work in hand. These men will run n fine. dellcate. nicely adjusted saw into a maple or a hemlock knot as quick as they will cut clean pino. They nevor cbange a eaw, or seem to have any cooiprehension that Cne tools are inteuded for nice accurate work, and that strong, heavy tools inust hn iiRpd fnr rouch work. The sauieJs true in other work, We know these men everywhero they are found. They will tako nice dressed lumber for skids in unloading llme bar rela from a cart, and they...

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. — 17 May 1888

rOlUSBlB ITIBTTHUIlSIIATAKIBllOOMi TlBMS Or SUB.CalrTlOri: i K yer. la advanco 1 50 I Tliree monUu SJ m.nthi 7S Slngl. coplei,.., o (r-osTAGar-aa-wiDO KATKS OF ADVKIirlSINai OQe lnch.1 wcet, . - Tft I One lnci S months3.00 One Inch, 3 wcekn, 1.21 One Iuch monlbs, i M ,"e-F.urth col. 1 jrr,30.00 Onc Inch l year, - tM Noticss lnsertcd undcr head of "IiuslneM lx. call" 10c per llne, e ach insertlon. .... . itrmed O. A. VIEKCK. rubli.her and Proprletor. , , . Entered at the Bennington P.O.aisecond-cIass raauer. Busincss Hircctoro. WILLIAM E. MASON, LAWREN'CE 51, ENNIS. KOIIT. I'. DATES. LAW FFICESM ASOV, ENNIS & I.ATE8. Hooms37,33.3!)&10Unlty llulKling, 11) Dear born Btreet, Chicago, 111. Invcstnients a specialtv. Loans orany amount placed upon Chicago real c.-U.e at 7 ner ci'nl: amall loans at ? per cent per annuni. A share of your buslncss In DotH departments solicited. 10 W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicltor In Chancery. Offlce and residence 18 Wttt M-...

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. — 17 May 1888

gljc gcnningtonganncr BENNINGTON VERMONT : THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 17. Tho Deraocracy of tlie Empire State met in New York ciiy Monday, endors ed Cleveland and elected tho foIlowinR delcRatea-Bt large to St. Louls: Iloawell V. Flowers, Edivard Cooper, Alfred C. Cliapiu, Geo. Kainee. Tho nnnu.il mceting of tho Anierican. Tract Society was liclil .it tho Filth Avo nuo Frcsbyterian church in New York city Monday. Tho yearly report was road. It showcd that tlio rccoipts for tlin vcnr were S150.858.and the exncuscs 8438,501, Icaving a balanco on liantl of 9is,3ai, uno uunurcu anu liinoiy-iour colporteurs havo bocn cmployed In tho United States during tho past year. Tho Hov, Dr. Knox, a missionary l'rom Ja pau, spoko of missionary work amoug mo dapauoscj A creat uow-wow of tho leaJintr ofll cors of tho llrotherliood of Locomotive Encineers and iireuien will ue helu in Chicago to day. A call has been sent out from the general officera requesting tho cbairmen of the general gnevanco committ...

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. — 17 May 1888

of(U ih.tclligcncc. SPECIAL BUS1XESS LOCALS. BOX TArEIiS BOX I'AI'ERS ! nox rArEiis I 20 Centa 25 CenU 20 CenU ii Cents 20 Cents 2J Ccnta Just received 250 boxes of elegant wntlng pa pcr, which we areretalllna; 20 aml 23 centa per aox. The bcst paper for the money, eTer offered ln Bennington, C5?"New goods at Marlin's. tSTIsaac Surilam oiTers liis furniture bu6inesa for eale and store to let. 12tf, Ladies Shoes, Qloba Top $1.60 at Mar unf. tsyParties havine maeazlues. pamuli lets or pariers they wish bound, oan have worK oone at llio hanner uindery in the best manner and at low rates. tSMen'8 Congress Shoes $1.90 at Martin's. tSTAuother larRe invoice of thoso 20 and 25 cent box impers juat received at the Banner Stationery store. Tliey are llie best papers cver solu for the money tSTLook at those Men's Calf Sutton shoes for $2 25 at Martin's. CSTC. E. and E. Duwev have just re ceived new style Ploughs, Ilarrows and uultivators; also "Urauley s i'lioepiiaio, and Carbonate of Lime. 13...

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. — 17 May 1888

L.VB115 HKTTV. I am a forcman in a alilrt and drawer factory. I am forty years old, and uever was particularly handsomo to look at. I don't supposo rny manners are particularly fascinating, either, for the girla mostly call mo. aa I am given to understand, 'Old Crusty' and 'Dcar. Not that I mean to be cross, but Bonie pcople baven't the agreeable way of I ha'ye sat behind the tall desk in Tapc & Buttonbell'a nineteen years. I have eeen a good many curious pnases, uui one of theinost curiousof any happened tn .,wC,.ir norRonallv. and that is pre- cisely what I am going to tell about. I wouldn't have bad it happen for live dollars.1 said Dennison. Dennison had charge of the out-door departruent, and ho came in that wet, dnzzly February evcning to Btand by tlin rrntc fire in my room. Wo had not lighted the gas yet; the presaand hurry f.l. -rl- n-orn nvpr fnr that dav. and it waa very quiet and pleasant in the red Bhino of the coale. I was sltting nn my tall Btool, biting tlic feath...

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