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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

oxpectetl this wcek, roturnins witli hor mother. She vei spcnd somo littlo timo with lier fatlicr, Alfred Jlattisoii. Serviccs will bo held af ternoon and evoning until furthur notico, during tlio stay of tho Rov. Mr. Danks. Wcdncs- day moniing was ushored in witli vain, A very welcomb cliango of wcather to thoso.whoso cistorns aro dry. Tlto roads ara also in a vey dusty eonditiou. Tho Kov. C. A. Bradford was suddchly called away last Saturday by tlio death of his mother at Crown Point, X. T. No prcacliing serviccs wero licld thorefore, hero pu Sunday. Alany about hero reiiicmber a former pastor, tho Rov. J. C, LaiiKford. Vo lcarn with sorrow and deop rcfjrot of tho dcath of his wife. Tlio sympathy of many friends is ex tended to him in this liour of grcat trial. Chailes Ilawkins and liis sister, Lillio, went to Now York last wcck on tho excursion; ho to buy his fall goods. G. A. Brucc is lu New York buying gqods this wcck. A formcr resident of South Shaftsbury, now iu Allcntown, ra...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

I THE BEOTINGTON BAKJJER, FKEDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891. ntKSIDKST HAlinTjiOK'h SPHHOIIE8. Thoro aro two griwtjteflts by which tho country can judge wuether lt dirt well or ill to placo Uenjamiu Ilnriison in tho Presidcntial chair; flrst liis acts. second his words. Accoptine tho niaxim that "aotions spoal: loudcr than words," wo havo already rcviewed tho reeord nf this administration aml shown that when weigiieu m tuc bftiance lt is m no way foimd wanting. Uut wonls must bo wcighcd as woll as aotions for a comploto judgmont. Intlccd, in a ropublie, whcro tho right to rulo must bo based on roa son, it. is no small tcst of any nian's fit- ncss for high placo whothcr ho can ac quit hitnsolf woll in spoaking to tho pco plo. It is a fact worth thinking upon that in ovcry land and overy ago tho great chosen rnlcrsof freo countries havo near- ly always been nien powcrful and pcr suaslvo 1 1 spoecli. It was so in anciont Grccce. Ilor most glorious cra was that when Pcricles was nt tho suinniitof...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKLDAY, QCTOBER 9, 1891. JOL. ALLUN'S MASSACUIJSETTS AD- ;,tast;acliut&tt.s necds towatoli carcfully lier school system. Applauso. Thoso 20 jier cent. of, lier chililrcn not now iu thu public schwils need to liu lirouglit ln. Apjdausy. Tlio pnUlic scliools sliould bo so jrood that all our citizcns will deem it for their intcrost to seinl thcir cliildrcu u thein. Ureat npplausc It is not thcir provineo to tcach any particular relif,'ious creed. Applausc. Tho churcIieF, tlto iiomes and tho Sunday scliools will do thrtt. But they sliould liistruct tlioyoiinjT m all usefuland prac tionl.kuowledgo applauso, and abovo all, by ex.implu and precepr, to tcach thcm Imncsty, intofitity, truthfulncss, patrintiMii, toinionruce, respeol for law, aml all the principlea of ahiuh aud uoble raanliood and wonianhood. Gicat ap plausc Tho publtc iehools sliould train up children to bccomo tho vory bost sort ot' Americaii citizens. Applausc Ed mund Iiurico says, "Educatiou is t...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891. SEW ENOLANU VT.KKKL.Y AVKATHKR CKOI UDLLBTIN. IReported forthe lUNNERby theNewEngland Meteorolocical Society, co-operatlng with tbe Unlted 8tates Sicnal Seryices Bulletin No. 23, 1691. For thc week tudlce Oclober 6th, 1891. Anothor week of gcnerally warm, sunshiny weather has pushed most crops to maturity, and a great part of ;tho crops aro sccurcd. Very light rains fell over tho soutliern sections on tho 20th, but in most of tho north not oven a tracp of rain lias falleo during tho wcok. At Fitchburg, Mass., tho fall amountcd to .41 inoh, but in most othor -places scarccly mo'ro tlian a traco fcll. Tlio drought is growing moro and.moroso-J vcro, especially In tho southeastcrn half of New Euglamn"'At Bristol, R. I., ''wells and springs in many placcs aro dry and watcr is bolng cartcd about just as tho liarvcsted crops are." Wateisup ' plies aredry tliat havo not failcd beforu for many y'ears. At Kingstbn, in the same Stato, many wells ...

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. — 16 October 1891

VOL. LT. BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, OCTOBER 16, . 1891. NUMBER 39. Bitsincss EUrcctorn. C. II. MASON. A TTORNEY AT LAW. XX Adams' Woek. Bennington, Vt. S2 C. II. DAKLING. ArrOUNKY ATLAW. Ofllce over First National bank, 41t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDOE. o iFFICE AT RESIDENCK, oiuj 0.w jiain oi.. Bennington, n. C0AL1 COALI COAL! I- XME AND CEMENT J AT WIIOLESALE AND HETAIL. Uepot st., J. U.LORINU & 00., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, 13 iOOKSELLER, I'RINTKR, STATIONKR Banner Buildiug.) North st.. Bennington. JAMES 15. MEACIIAM. ATTOHNEY AND OOTINSELOR AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. ttornev s and Counsellora at Law, anu bolicl -X tors in Chancery. No. SuT )Uin Street, Bennington. Vt. 19tf-82 W. B. Sheldon. II. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. AlTORNErB AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery. OlUce OTer First Natlonal Uank, Bennington. 36tf J . K. BATCHELDER, E. L. BATLS. H. U. DAY. M. D. 0FF10E AT DRUtS STOUE, No. 17, MalnSlrcct, Bennington, Vt. ijpecialaitoution...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 October 1891

THE BBNMNGTON BAOTER, FRID AY, ' OCTOBER 16, 1891. ADBIIKAL, OWEN, THK QUODDY UER MIT. Tho mystcrious cliarm of aucestry and yellow parchment, of pctitionsto tho au- niiralty and royal fjrants of land, of wild soenery and foudal loyalty, of rongh liv ing and knightly ctiquotte, has long clustercd round a littlo island off tlio coast of .Maino callcd 011 tlio charts Pas samaquoddy Outer Island. Mooso ronmcd ovcr tlio swamps and looked down from tlio bold hcadlincs; Indians crossed from tlio malnland and shotthcm; straggling Frcnchnicii,dress- ing in skins, built huts along tlio north ern and southcru sliores till civilization dawned through tlio squattersovercignty of two nieii, Hunt and Flagg. Tlicy nlauted tlio applo trccs wlioso gnarlcd urauchcs still rcmain to tcll of tlio win ter storms tliat howlcd across thoplains and convcrted tlio mooso-yards into iield of oats, for tlio wary, friglitencd animals vacatcd their liereditary land in favor of theso usurners. Tlieir morcan- tile ...

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. — 16 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, OCTOBEK, 10, 1891. MR. AND MKS. IIOWSKR. "Mrs. Bowscr," solemnly bcgan Mr. Bowscr ns lie catno liomo to diimer tlio otlier cveninR, "what did I say to you whcn I lcft tlio honso tliis morning?" "You sairt it lookcd liko l-ain," sho an swered. "I said it would rain bcforo night, and it lias. I'm wot to tho liide." ' "That's too bad." "Too bad! nml vlioso faiilt is it? My miiul was occuiiied with biisincss af faivs, anil you kncw it was, and yut you saw ino walk off wlthout an tunbrclln. Mrs. Bowscr, I" "Why, you took yourumbrella along," sho inturruiited. "Xcver!" "Ofcoursoyou did! Dou't you ro mombor dropuiipg it at tlio fjato? You walked right out of tlio oflico and lcft it tliere." 'I did, eh? Why don't you call mo a first-class idiot and be dono with it!" "You inust havo dono so, for you cer tainly carried it r.way with you." That's cxactly what ho did do, and ho knowho did, but ho snuinned out of it by offciinpr to bot hcr a million dollarsto a ocn...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 October 1891

THE BEOTI$TQN BANKEB,, I,EipAi;!(0gTpiBEii .46, ,189;L. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1801. Mi:s. W. IIitciicock is iu Palmer, Mass. Mks. II. G. Root gavo a card party Monday evening. We predict moro building tho coming yoir in tliis villago than ever bofore. Miss Emma Puiidy, of Manchester, is visiting a few days with Mrs. H. L. Stillson. TiimtK appcars to beagood piospeot of a nuraber buildings to be orected this fall and winter. Mits. Wilmam A. Root goes to New York city this wcek to arrango her new liomo in that city. Mrts. A. W. Wilmajitii lias gono to Elmira, N. Y., to visit her grand daugh tor, Mrs. C. G. lt. Jennings. Smith Collins of tho Putnam IIouso lias gono on his annu.il visit to Now York city and Now Havcn, Conn., to bo abscnt soveral months v Miss Gisace I. BunnAi.L, the Banxeu bookkeopcr, has gono on a two weeks' vacation and Miss Carrio Hyde takes her jlaco very acceptably. Tue annual meeting of tho stockhold ors of tho Crcftmcry Association is...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON' BANNEE, FH1DAY, OCTOBER 16, 1891.. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North lleniilncton. Mrs. Aiulrovr Cloment and Mrs. Beech er of Xorth Adaras, spent the Sabbath a n-eok sinco, on a visito friends her. Mrs. Ilarriet Leonard and Mrs. Jano Chover of Clarksburg, Mass., visited Mr. and Mrs. G. II. BrufTcu last weck. Mrs. Julia Norton of Pittstovrn, N. Y., is spemling a fow days witli Mrs. C. E. Welling. Thero was no,preacliin: in tbo Congregational churoli last Sabbath, tho Itcv. C. II. Pcck being abscnt on a visit to hls old parish in Griswold, Ct., whcro ho occupied hisold pulpit. Tho flro, which was so plamly seen east of hero Saturday ovcnhig, provcd to be tho burning of a small barn of H. N, Elwell, which was well fllled with hay. Tho mill horso of W. IL Wot thington, whioh has be'en a familiar objeet in our streots for years, died last wcck. Luman Russell shows a nuinber of bcautiful pcachcs, mcasuriiig from eight to nino and one-half inchcs in circninfurance, as a samplo of h...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 October 1891

THE BEramSTGTOlsr BAOTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1891. I.IFE IN THK FAlt SOUTH OF CUIL12. YXsivTa"", Chiio, Au'r. 29, 1S91. On tho secoud day of our tlotention in Llan isto territory, tho swollcn, bridtrelcss strcams still kccping us closc prisoncrs, wc cro lionorcd by an iuvitatlon to nt tend a liouso-raisiiij; on tho morrow which in Araucania is mado tlio occasion of prolonged fcstivities and inany ccre luonics. AVo wero informcd thata grand feast would bo tlio cspcoial fcaturo of cach day's doings, and that overy gucst was oxpectcd to contribntotliorcto somo thiiiR cdiblo or drinkablo. AVhat do you supposo was our contri liution? In this caso neccssity was tho mothcr of invcntion, and wo sacrificcd to tho cmcrgcncy our last sack of sclf-rais-ing ilour, bakcd into largo griddlo-cakcs. These, whcn cold, wcro spread with a thin coating of canncd pcach jain, and pilcd ono abovo anuthcr in hugo lienps. It kopt tho cook busy all tho rcst of tho day, assistcd by tho ladics of tho party; bu...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1891. MALAltlA Literally mcans bad alr. Polsonous germs arising froirflow, marshy land, or from dccaying vcgetablo matter, aro brcathcd into tho lungs, takcu up by tlio blood, and unlcss tho vital lluid is imri flcd by tho uso of a Rood mcdicino liko Ilood's Sarsaparilla, tho unfortunato victim is soon overpoworcd. Even in tho nioro advanced cases, whero tho tor riblo fovcr provails, this successful med icino has cffected wondcrful cures. Tlioso who aro oxposed to nvUarial or other poisous should lccop tho blood puro by takiug Ilood's Sarsaparilla. Two Wislies. Wiuklo "1 wisli I could doviso sonio way of lianginjr up my clothcs." Xodd. "I wisli I co.uld doviso somo way of fccttinp; thom out aftor I havo huug thom up." III IIKAD WAS FAIULY ROTTKN, And how mucli I sufferod it is hard to describo. That loathsomo discasc, ca tarrh, caused tho abovc, and tho doctors said thry could not rcliovo mo. I paid hundrcds of dollars, for which I rccoivc...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1891. IN sieiki:i,m. UESOI.UTIOX9 OF ItKSl'KCT, MT. Ax- thoxy Lodoe, No. 13, F. & A. 31. ocTonKit latii, lstu. Sinco our rcgnlar communicatiou ono of our valucd members 1ms becn callcd frora tho labors of tho Lodgo on earth, to tho rcst and rofreslimontof tlio Celestial Lodgo, whero tho Supremo Architcct of tho univorso forover presides, and his brothcrn mourn, thcreforo liesohed, Tliat Iiro. Benson Thrashcr, will Hvo in our memory as nn industri ous nnd upright citizen, and a faithf ul and zeulous llason. As a formor ofliccr of tliis Lodgo ho was punctual in his at tcndancc, and iutclligent in tlio pcrform anco of his duties. Wo aro aillictcd in tliis bercavomcnt, and yut wo bow in humblo submission to tlio mandato of Him who docth all things wclh AVo tcn dcr our warnicst sympatliies to tlio stricken and dcsolato widow and child rcn of tlio deccased, and vo plcdge our faitliful caro and interost in, and ovcr thcm, wlicnover they niay n...

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. — 23 October 1891

VOL. LT. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, OCTOBEP, 23, 1891. NUMBER 40. Busincss EKvcctory. C. II. MASON. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Adams' lilock. Bennington, Vt. 32 C. H. DARLING. ArrORNEY ATLAW. Ofllce over First Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o .FFICEAT UESIDENCE, oltlj rio.ua aiain iienmui;wii. COAL! COAL! COAL! LIME AND CEMENT AT W1I0LESALE AND 1U5TAIL. Ocpot st., J. H.LOMNK CO.. Bennington. t U. A. PIBRCE, BOOKSELLEK, PIUNTEB, STATIOtfKR AND 13LANK BOOK MAKEK, n&nner Bulldlntr,) North at., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACHAM. TTOHNEY AKDnjraELoB l,xVf. U SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. 1 ttornej s and Counsellars at Law, anu tSolIcl l. tois in Clianoery. No. Su7 Slaln Street, Bennington. Vt. m 19tf-b2 W B. Sheldon. II. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. AlTOItNEYB AND COUNSELLOUS AT LAW and SolicltorsinChancery. Oilice oer Fir&t Natlonal Bank.Bennlngton. 36tf J . K. BATCIIELDEK. E. I.. BATES. H. 0. DAY, M. D. OFFlUE AT DKU STOIIE. No. 17, MainSlrect, Bennington, Vt. Bpecial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRLDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1891. THE TKNOENCY TO UKMOOKAOY. Tho worlil is tcniling to Dcmocracy. Sinco tho war of tho rovolution a Dcmo cratic govcrnmcnt has bceu sustaincd in theso Unitetl Statcs, aiul for aufiht wo cati sco will bo so long as timo lasts. Iu South America rcpublics havo hccn es tablished aiul ruunin as sucli, in namo at lcast, and so in Europo. Tho govcrn meiit of tho United States is now every vhoro oomracudcd and iniitatcd, so far as it cau bc, among tho pcoplo of tho diffcrcnt countrics of tho world. I'o shstain a repuulic tho masscs must bo cnliglitcnoJ. To cnlightcn tho masses tho nowspapcr is indispcnsablo. Of coursc, cducattou as vo say, comnion cducation is csscntial. as tho masscs must lcani to rcad, or thoy-cannot peruso tho ncwspapers. In reading an articlo by an ablo writer in ono of our popular niagazincs a fuw days sinco, lio dis courscs as follows: "Who is to guldo tho sovcrcign pcoplo to inulcrstand luattcrs of Stato ? Tho nowsyapcr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BAJSTNEE, FRLDAY, OCTOBEH 23, 1891. A GOOD SKXTOK. I havo uscd Dr. Doano's Dyspcpsia rills for Dyspcpsia aiul Constipation, and havo bcoa cured by thom. I cbeer fully rccommend thom to all who suffcr from tho sarao. Stephen Burhaji, Sexton Wayno Streot llcformcd Church, 40 Jorsoy City. "JVinguss is a man of oxpcnsivo habits, is ho not, Shadbolt?" "Ycs. Dinguss' habits sinco I havo bcon acquaintedwith him havo cost mo $150, without counting a cent for interest." 8AVKD IIIS LIFK. I was taken sick ono ycar ago with what ono doctor said was overllow of tlio gall, and anothcr doctor, ulccrs of tho livor. Thoy thouglit I could not livc. Jly niothcr porsuadcd mo to try Favorito Rcmedy. Jly health was novcr bettcr than it is to-day, and my wcight is ono hundred and forty pouiuls. Fa vorito Itomcdy savcd my life. I canuot praiso it cnoiigh. Mrs. Jcimio Kcunie, Virgil, X. Y. "Wenderby: Beatrix, why do you rc fuso mo whcn you know a singlo kiss from tlioso swcct lips would intox...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNTER, FRIDAY, OOTOBER 23, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. J, BENNINGTON: j FBIDAY, OOTOBER 23, 1801. Ti:li.3 ifc Covekly havo somctbing o intercst to our rcadcrs on our flrst pago to-day. E. II. Putmam has purchasDil tho Danicl McEowcn propcrty, corner of Park-and Gago strcct. Mns. H. L. IIovi:r. lias bcen iulto seriously ill for a week, tLo rcsult of a cold., Sho is bcttcr to-day. Tiin Misses ChatflcUI of Ilcrkimcr; N. T.aro visiting at the rectory, tho IIcv. and Mrs. Wm. Bogert Walkcr. Coxsult our advortising columns for toargains tltoso who advcrtiso liavo a dcsiro for yoar trado and may bo relied upon to givo you vafuo recoived. JUDOK E. Livinoston Siulkv isabout to liavo. somo largo tilc tlio sizo of a barrcl laid iit south ditch of Main afrect, which connccts with Ilarrisou avenuc. Tm: death of Barbara, tho ninctcon inonths old daughtcr of John Templo is y snd blow to that family. Tho child dicd from typhoid fovcr. Sho was buried yosterday. Tiik hito Mrs. Lovi A. Li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

THE BEmiNGTOIsr BAOTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 23, 1891;; IN THE ;L0CAL -FIEED. "' ' en North ISemiinston. Tlic Ladies AidSqcfcty conncctcd with tho Baptist churcJtMield;its annual mcot ing with Mrs. Gilbcrt Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 20th. Tho report of tho treasnrcr showcd $103.47 on hand. Tho following oflicors wcre clDclcd for tho cnsuing year: rresidcnt, Mrs. .lay Loomis; virc-prcsi-dent, Mrs. G. W. Stanloy; sccrctary.Mrs. C. L. Percey; troasurcr, Mrs. .T. O. Dangs; assistants, Addio Loomis and Alicc l.all; supper cominittco, Lucy Ilas wcll, Lva liosicr, Stclla Mattison and Incz Ilarwood; dircctors, Mrs. E. V. Drown, Mrs. II. S. Dunham, Mrs. C. D.' Phitlips, Mrs. M. Clark and Mrs. CJ. S. Mattison; cntertainmcnt committce, Mary Mattison, ,Lottio Mnttinon, GTara Uottum, Addio Loomis, Alieo Hall, Uert Hathaway. Frcd Endross, D.Thompkins, Harry Phillips and C.,1'. Xiles. Ed. H. Burgiss of Burlington, tollor in tho Howard 11 ink. is at homo on his va eatimi. llo has two we'qkgind will visit X...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

I THE BEKNHSTGTON BAOTER, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1891. LOOKINO rOKWAHD. 'Where arc going, my pretty fair raaid?" "I'tu going a-voting, sir." she sald. May I ko with you, my pretty fair niaJd?" "Yes : aud you'll vote my way."sho sald. Washington EveningStar. A STOKY OF THE lSKVOLtrriON. Innkcepcr Van Buren, aproncd to tho chin, lcancd ngninst tlio framework of tho. opcn door. A loud burst o laugliter from tho trccs causcd him to turu his hcad suddcnly. "Tho Cross Koys," &aid ho "has novcr knovra a hvclior company." "That fat pirate," replicd tho ivifc, "would mako a Quakcrlaugh!" "Ay, it's a merry rascal." "Folksay," romarkcd his hclpmcct, "Howc has written to King Georgo that wo Long Islaudcrs aro ready to tako tho ath of allcgiancc. I ain't rcady to tako such au oath, Joris." "Baht you'ro not a Long Islandor; jou'ro a woman! As for mc, I ;tm too old to light on cithor sidc, so 111 livo in peacc.-nith my custoraor for my king." "This English major ccrtainly dobring maplenty of husi...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, OCTOBEK, 23, 1891. A SOAJtK STOItX. Thcro aro about sixty specics of sbarks known to scicntific obscrvcrs, and tliis much drcadcd crcaturo is found in cvery sea ploughed by tho kccl of a sbip. Somo of tbcm, such as tbo dog-fisb, aro not movo tbau two fcct long, wbilo othcrs aro froru tbirty to iifty feet. But tboy aro roally all forocious, and tlio stories tliat ono rcads in Marryat's novols about tbo many men wbo bavo beon dovoured by tbcso ravenons creat turcs aro strictly truo. Tbo sbark kiiown as tbo man-catcr a hugo bcast frorn twcnty-fivo to forty fcot long will lio fordays noar a sbip, plcking up tbo garbago tbat falls ovcrbonvd. Witb ono snap of bis jaws bo can cut tbo body of a man in two. All tbo fisbormen along our coasts drcad sbarks, and tcll stories about tbeir fcrocity, but tbey aro not doterred froin bunting tbom, as tbo flsb is vcry valua blo for tbo oil obtaincd from it. Tbcro aro many ways of catcbing sbarks. Somo fisbcrmcn trap tbcm...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 23 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1891. tTAl:K CHIUOTIAN KNDHAVOR. Wpjrramme of Slxth Anuual Conven tlon to be Held at Urftttleboro. Tho sixth annun.1 convcntion of this body will bo liclil at Brattleboro on Tuesday and Wednesilay of next weok. Tlio dozcn societies (or morc), of Ben nington county.will bo fully rcpresented. Both tbo CongreRational and Baptist .cburcbes of Brattleboro will bo utilized, for tlib meetings of tbo Stato Union. Tho officers aro: Prcsident, Rov. P. MeMillan, "Woodstock; . Vico Presidents, L. W. Ilawloy, Brattleboro, Bcv. W. J. Cbap man, formerly of Bennington, now of Cambridge, N. Y., Miss M. M. Slayton, Morrisville, M. J. Norris, Burlington, 0. E. Ilayward, St. Jobnsbury; Secrotary and Trcasuror, 13. E. Towner, Mont pelier; Superintondent of Junior Work, Miss May Ilammonil, Burlington. This is tbo programmo: Tuesday: 10.30 a. m., Devotional servico. 11.30 a. m., Address of welcomo. For tbo Brattleboro cburcbes, Rov. C. O. l)ay. For tbo Y. M C. A....

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