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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 October 1891

,2 wxtt 4 VOL. LT. BENKDSTGTON, VT., FEIDAX OCTOBER 30, 1891. NUMBER 41.- : t Business JDivcctori). 0. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adarus' BIoclc. Bennlneton, Vt. SJ C. H. DARLINQ. AnOItNEY ATLAV. Offlce ovcr First Natlonal bank, 4ltf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT HESIDKNCE, 31UJ rso.4iuain oi.. uenninition, n. COAL l COAL! COAL! LIJIE AND CEMENT AT WI10LESALE AND ltETAlL. Depotst., J.1I.L0RING & 00., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSEI.LER, PIUNTER, STATIONER andBLANK BOOKMAKER, Baaner Bulldinjr,) North nt., Benninirton. JAMKS B. MEACHAM. AEY ACO"NSEL0R AT LAW. 10 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. Attornej b and Counselbrs at Law, ana Bolicl -tots In Chancery. No. 307 Vluin Strcet, Bennington. Vt. I9tf-b2 W B. Sheldon. II.T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. AITORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW and Sollcitorsin Chancery. Otlice oser First Natlonal Bank,Bennington.38tf J . K. BATCHELDER, E. L. BATES. H. U. DAY, M. D. VFFICE AT DltUK STORE, W No. 17, MalnStrect, Bennington, Vt. Spe...

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. — 30 October 1891

THE BENNESTGTOISr BANNER, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. SARA'S SUAWL. Jonas Troy was born stingy. - By tho timo ho was fortyho was a very rich man, tliough ho livcd as plainly as ovor, and somohow about that ago tho lirst tcndor focliugs crept into his Iioart. IIu fall In lovo with a buxoin, good-tompcred young woman named Sara"Voolrioli,and oilered himsolf to hcr. IIo was not an ill-look ing man, and when ho clioso could mako himself agreeable. Sara likcd liim and accoptcd liim. Jonas mcant to bo liboral tn lier and was afc first, but after a bricf honoymoon of happiuess liis old liabitsresumed tlicir sway, and at last, tho second wintcr of thoir inarricd lifo coniing on, Sara found that all hcr remarks about hcr shabby summcr hat had no olTcct whatover, and slio might wait a long whilo without hav ing suoh a thing as a comfortablc cloak suggestcd to hcr. Sho had bcen a poor gfrl, and had no trousseau to spealc of, and sho found it ncccssary to put hcr . nrido in her pockot and ask fur...

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. — 30 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. ADJUSTAULE KNG AG K5IENT K1NGS. Tho following jnoidcnts happened at Orovillo, Cal. It was a liauilsomo soli taire, and sho ovidcntly desired tho jow elor to know that it was hor cngagoment ring. "I would like to havo tliis ring cut down to suitmy finger," said tho hand soiue hcart-smaslier, as alio ilourishod tho brilliant ring beforo the oyes of tho jowolor. Tho jowolor took tho ring and smilcd ho had seen it boforc. "I cau flx that in a miuuto," ho ro plied. Screwing a magnifying glass in his cyo, and taking a small, sharp-poiut-ed instrumcnt in his hand, ho touchcd a minuto huttou on tho insido of tho ring and mado it tho exact sizo, saying, as ho placeditonhcriingor: "You sco, thoso rings aro mado in this manncr for tho reason that tlicy aro worn by so many diiTerentpeoplc; it is a great convon lonce." Tho yonng lady sailed out of tho storo burning witli indignation, and tho rea son sho did not ily was becauso sho did not have win...

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 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. Tjik change ef advertisement o G. B. Sibloy, in another columu, will bo read with iutorcst. It's "bargain day" cvery day at Miller $j'Williams's. Seo tlioir now advortiso ment in this issuo. ""n,. E. Gkekxsi.et is taking his fiftoen days vncation by a trip to Boston and JJastcrn Massachusetts. Peksonb reeeiving their mail by car rior aro oarnestly requestcd to provido a box, or some receptaclo for tho samc. Wm. E. Hawks, Jr., is ono of tbo "gold ouro" convalcsccnts at Dwight, 111. IIo writes his mothor that tho curo is perfcot. Dr. AiZ Cirri,Eit, ou Monday, was olectcd S. W. of Mansor Encampnio:it, Hn. O T. n O. V.. tn flll vacannv cnuscd by tlie death of Frank II. Scott. We aro glad to hear of tho improvc raout in tho condition of Miss Mary Meagher, who has been critically ill with typhoid fever. Tliero is hopcs of hcr ro cpvery. JlMu9 ClIAULOTTK BOAVLKY of CollOCS, N. Ylf was ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. Eait Arllng'on. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wright of Ludlow, have "bcen spcndipg a fow days in towu visiting amSngr-friends. Miss Elsio Case has beenatb; pittsford, for a visit in tho Rov. Mr. Crawford's family. A sorics ofimcetings aro being liold in tho M. E. cljuroh in this village, tho Itov. Mr. Palmer iif Kound Lako hcing theleader. Georgo Coultcr, formerly of this villago but lato of Wardsboro.was latoly taken scriously ill from tho cffects of a nail wound in tho lmnd. Medical skill coulS not savo liim and tho cnd soou came. The body was brought hero and tho funcral took placo on Tucsday after noon, tho serviccs bcing held in tho Con gregational chuich, tho ltev. Mr. Field ofliciating. Tlio burial was in tho ccmc- tcry at Maple II ill, Shaftsbury. Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs, Stcwart of this villago was buricd on Monday. Georgo Bundy, formerly of Arling ton, is ill of typhoid fcver. AVe aro. having a forctasto of wintcr. Tho ground ...

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. — 30 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. SOCIKTY'S I.ATI5ST I'EltlX. Tho cliewiug gum habit js indecd a f riehtf ul curso. In tho ciEy it lias f nston ed itself upon ono young womrui in ovcry thrce. Ono of tho othcrs uses gum occas ionally, and is on tho high road to do- struction. Six muliondollnrs arooxpon dcd annually by tho young women o( this city for gutn. Think liow many pairs of shocs and stockings this appalling sura would buy for barcfootcd childrcn, or liow many hungry mouths it would flll with food. Still tho habit grows, and ovory year sees tliousands of young women tako to tho vico and begin tho long, rliythmical swing or short, jorky cliop of tho lowcr jaw on tho dead'y gum. Bcforo going further vo hastcn to say that theso ilgurcs aro not our own. Nor aro thcy tho flgures of any man proju- diced as men aro so apt to bo against young women. Thoy aro tho ofQcal flgures put forth bythoStato Woman's Ghristian Temperanco Union, wliich has justcloscd an importmt mce...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJEfclDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. "WISE AND OTnEIlWISIC. Wlion a tailor makes a roisfit itmuBt bo sliear carelcssness. Tho man who tells you how lio be camo bald, knows "wear off" lio speaks. "Tliis is a regulav sugar loaf," said tho candy storo clerk wlieii business was ilull. Tho time comes when somo men lcavo father and mother and cloavo unto thcir unclo. Tho author who is soriously de pressed by unfavorablo noticcs of hls work may bo said to ho critically ill. Glatlys: Docs your father givo you miicli pin money? Jlurial Oh, yes he comes up to tho ficratch overy montli. "IIow old is Rrandfather?" "Ono hundrcd and tltico ycars." "You surpriso mc. 1 liad 110 idea lio was a centaur." Woman ia a grccdy creature. Sho robbed man of a rib at tho outsot of her earcer, aud slio has beon after hls heart ever since. l)o Cantcr: Is thero any snro way to tcll tho ago of a horsc? Do Trotter: Yes. Axk the dealer and multiply by two. Tho Only Propor Thing to Say: Wliat do you s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNBR, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1891. NEWS AND NOTE8. Colonel Georgo W. Hookcr of Ver mont, declares that General Proctor, tho Green Mountain statesman wlio is in Prcsident Ilarnson's Cablnct, possesses more of tho qualitles and characteristics ofAbraham Lincoln than any public man of this generation. It seems to bo gencrally concedcd at "Washington, says tho Middlebury llegtster, that Gen. L. A. Grant, onco of Bellows Falls, later of Minneapolis and now Assistant Secretary of War, is as likely as any ono to succccd Secretary Froctor as head of tho war department. Judye says: "Como here, Franccs, and lot mamraa tcll lier little trjrl about lieaven." "That's whero tho dcar Lord lives, isn't it, mamma ?" "Ycs; and it is such a'happy ilaco. AU tho good pco plo go thero wlion thoy dio, and they all liave harps and sing day and night." "Will overybody sing, mamma?" "Yes, my dear." "Will papa sing?" "Oh, yes." "All tho timo?" "Ycs, lovo." "Thcn I don't wan't to go." A St. Louis...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1891

VOL. LT. BENOTNGTON, VT., FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1891. NTJMBER . 42. Busincss JDivcctoq). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEYATLAW. , Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. SJ C. H. DARLING. AXTORNEY ATLAW. Ofllce over Flrt Natlonal bank, 44tr Bennington. Vt, DB. MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT KESIDENCK, 5HfJ Ko.4l2MatnBi.. uenninpion, vt. COAL! COALI COAL! LIME AND CEMENT AT WIIOLESALE AND KETAXL. Depot st., J. II.LORINU CX)., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLEIt, PRINTER, STATIONER AND BLANK BOOK MAKER, Banner Bullding,) North nt.. Bennington. JAMES B. MEACHAM. ATTOHNEY AND .mT., COIJNSELOR- AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSnMAK. A ttornei s and CounsellorB at Law, ana Sollcl -J toiB In Chaneery. No. 3u7 Main Street, Bennington. Vt. J9""82 W. B. Slicldon. II. T. CusUman. BATCUELDER & BATES. ATT0RNEY8 AND C0UN8ELL0R3 AT LAW and Sollcltors in Chaneery. Ofllce OTer First Natlonal Bank, Bennington. 30tt J . K. BATCUELDER. E. L. BATES. H. U. DAY, M. D. 0FF1UE AT DltUO STOKE, No. 17, MainSlrect, Bennington, Vt. Speci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1891

THE BENMNGTOtf BAOTER, FEIDAY, 1ST0VEMBER 6, 1891. MKS. X.OPER'8 AJtniTlON. Vcry fow o tlio women in Pottstown coukl havo told you, if suddonly qucs tioncd, what wero tlicir airas in lifo, Thoy tried from d.iy to day and hour to liour to do their duty to luisband, chil dren, homo and tho cliurcli. But Mrs. Loperliad ono ambition, ono clearly duilncd purposc. It was, to bo ndmittcd to tho Sraalloy sot. Sho prob.i' bly novcr put this dcsiro into words, cven to herself, but it domiuatod her lifo.. Xow tho Sinnlloy clliiuo dld not by any racans compriso tho jnost scholarly or rcfincd or bcst bred, jior oven tho wcalthies pconlo in rottstown. Tlicir claim to social distinction was based sololy upon tho faot that thoy liad Hvcd m rottstown Iongor tnan tncir neigii bors. Outsiders wondorod why any body should stay in tholittlo smoky mill town who could gct out of it. But tlieso pconlo, siinply becausc thoy had Hvcd for threo 801101x1110113 in its smoko and grime, hcld thcinsolves haughtily...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANKEE, FKIDAY, tfOVEMBER G, 1891. I.I11HY PBISON BUKVIVOKi Major W. C. Manning, an ex-soldier, -vhose war recoril wasfull of oxcitemcut, lasdied at Newport, Me., at tho ai;o of T)2. Major Mannin and his brothor went to California in 1858 and worked in tho minos until 1803, whon thoy joined tUo iamous Califovnia Battalion aud came East to tako part in the war. Tho broth ers servcd in tho Second Massachusotts Cavalry, and wero in Libby Prison to :gother, havfog beon captured at tho bat tle o Drainsvilloby Mosby's mon. Whilo Major ManninR was in Libby, Captain Davis a nophow of Jefferson Davis, was captured and parolcd, whioli parolo he broke by again entering tho Confederato Anny. llo was soon captured and sen tenced to bo shoc for violation of tho rulcs of war. It was then that tho pris oncrs in Libby wero compelled to draw lots to decide who Bhould bo holdashost ago for Cajitain Davis. Major Mannins, tlien a Captain was the unlucky man, and lio was immediatcly placcd...

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 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, NWEMBER 6, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: . j FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1801. i ' The Drysdalo store is to.be moved into ita new quarters next Tuesday. Tni! Rev. C. S. Sargent o Adams, Mass., will occupy the pulpit of tho Scc ond,,Congregational church noxt Sun day. - Tue "Mill Storo" is to liavo a "Flour f JayJ' aa will be noted in another column ta-day. Hart & Company aroboundto ba'd. Fkank Tikfany sails this wcek for Iliiropo to bo abscnt until spring. We rish bim a pleasant jouroey and snfe i-cturn.. MiSBAlAnY Mkaoiieii who bas bcon tjck for tho past fivo weeks with typboid (over, is'now very low. Ilcr llfe is des f aired of. Mu. and Mns. C. Welling Tjiatchek -.avo a card party Thursday evoning last and tbo guests wcro entertaincd ulcgantly. Tiie Main street book club are now Aelling thcir last ycar's volumcs. Tliis is a flno chanco for so'me ono to buy books clicap. Tiih Banneu stationery storo is this wcek in receipt of a large invoico of now...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1891

f ; THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1891. am porsonally namcd, I -wlll only say at present that whon the facts aro properly beforo tho.public, I will be roady to cor rcct its faisehoods, and shall thon be pro pared to Iiandlc Its primo inover witliout "loves, and sliall ilisdoso somo o( the darkost thiiif-s of liislifo, as I am ac quainted with tho wholo courso of tliis man's careur, both publio and private. Majoii W. Potteii, Justico of tho Peace. S!mflbury. Mrs. Keuben IliEhland of Koeno, N.H., spent last week with her sistor, MrR. E. WiWles. Mrs. Andrew Webb has none to Rome, N. Y., on a visit. Tho ladics of tho IndependentSociety mot with Mrs. Kobcrt Mattcson yestarday nfternonn. Georgo Mattcson was married Wed- nesday ovcning at cight o'clock, at tho homo of tho biide's mothcr, to Miss Mar tha Dcnison of East Arlington. Con jjmtulations aro cxtended. North Pownal. Collision: As T. Timbcrlin was driv imr. on Main streot Saturday ovcninj; his wagon eollided with that o...

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. — 6 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, NOYEMBER 6, 188(1. THE ANGEL OF SBILOII. You found tlio tavera full?" Tho speaker was a liandsomo, intellt gont looking' gentlomau of porliaps forty ovidently a citizcn of tho villago and residont of tlio handsomo but unprcteu tious dwolling houso in front of which ho wis standing. "Yes," I replied : "I wastoolato by by lialf an hour, so tliolandlord luformed me." "You shall bo wclcoino. lioroif youivill accept of modcst quartcrs and plain faro.;' Tlio tono of voico, no lcss tlian tho vrords uttercd, assurcd mo that tho offor of hospitality was sinccrc, and vrith a grateful hcart and a simploexpression of thanks I passcd tlirough the gato and clasped tho extcnded hand of tho man who, although I had nover knowu of his cxistcnco till that minuto, and who I had evcry rcason to supposo a foo to tho causo I roprosented, a rcbol to tho gov crnmont whoso uniform I woro, yot in whom I recognized a fricnd and brother. "You aro ery kiud," I said; "moro klnd than...

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. — 6 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1891. JUALAIUA i Literally mcans bad alr. rolsonous gcrms nrisiug from low, niarshy land, or from dccayin.fr, vogetablo lnatter, aro breathcd into tho Iuiiks, takcn up by tho blood, and tmlcss tbo vitol lluid is imrl llcd by tho uso of a Rood medicino liko Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho uufortunato victim is soon ovcrpowored. Kvon iu tbo moro advanced cases, wliero tbo tcr riblo fovor piovails, tbis succcssful niuil icino lias effectcd wondcrful curcs. Tboso wlto aro oxposcd to malarial or othcr poisous slionld kccp tbo blood puro by takinjr Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tbo Jalla and .lerusalom railroad about wliiclt so mucli- was board last ycar docs not nppcar to bo making very rapid projrcss. An Aikansaa clorjjy unan wbo bas just rctuniL'd from tbo Iloly Land tulls tbo New York Telearam that "tho lino lias ot into tbo plnin of Sharon and thero it bas stopped, and tltere it is liablo to lcinain for many nionths I am afraid. Men, womcn and childrcn work...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1891. M AK E MONEY BY PURCHASING AT F REAR'S GREA T BAR GAIN S ALE. i THE LABGEST STOGK OF DRY GOODS, CLOIK, CARPE TS, ETC, ETC, Tl SEIECT FROM. PRICE S TOO LOW FOR COMPETITION ! Frear's lateat arrivals, from You have of course seen the Ladies' French Biarritz Kid Itisvery evident from the Napkins will always be in nrirnxnf silvPrnHtPd Belfastin Damask 01oths,Nap- hfindsome and useful orna- Gloves, cxtra quality, in tan crowds which constant y sur- , stylo. Atpresentyou can pur- "Pt? kins, Towels, Crashes, etc., are ments (which are made by so mode, mahogaiiy, grey and und Frear's Glove Depart- chase a dozen bleached ones nn JJ are .ittnwting tne peopie notonlycntirelynewindesign many for Christmas and birth- black, regular ptice l, fP mentthat his bargains m at Irear's for Ob S nnnT lnlS but purchasingdirect from the day gifts), wbich are made Frear's price hf! gloves are well appreciated. ul se'. f XfdfnPnPr nnffPP importer you save juat ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1891

T , VOL. LT. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1891. IjTUMBER 43. r Business JUircctory,. G. H. MASON. AITOUNEY AT LAW. Adams' Illock. Benninirton, Vt. 32 C. H. DARLING. ArrouNE Y AT h AW. OOlce ovcr First National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DB. MARY PARTRIDGE. o .FFICEAT KESIDENCK, SltfJ Ko.4KJiainDi.. uemiiui;iuu. COAL! COALI COAL! LIME AKD CEMENT AT WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. Ocpot st., J. II.LORING . CO.. Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER. PRINTER. STATtONEU AND BLANK BOOK MAKER, Banner Building,) North Bt., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACHAM. ATTOHNEY AND OOIINSELOR AT LAW. 19 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. ttornej s and Counselbra at Law, anu Solici XX tots m ;naucery, Bennington. Vt. W. B. Sheldon. No. 3u7 Uain Street, 19tf-82 II.T.CusUman. BATCHELDER & BATES. AnORNEYH AND COUN8ELL0RS AT LAW and SollcitoralnChancery. Office over First National Bank, Bennington. 88M J . K. BATCHELDER, L. L. BATEb. H. 0. DAY, M. D. OFF10E AT DKUG STOKE, No. 1", Main Street, Bennington, Vt. Hpecial ait...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1891

THE BEEOTNGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, jSTOVEMBER 13, 1891. AK XVrtl ' AN AWFOI. CHAKGK. TU3aflfl com$liO little corirtrination freightanil pas r Ijnges-.Un t$hgor train that riins from tho entranco .that Ff'tho gi-cat Hoosac Tuuncl away up ' llT$0Ctho "thtOUKh tho mountains alons tho bank foi;,thDJirfie)1liD Dcerileld Itiver waits patiently on ft?8'iv-Kii8i narrow-guago sido-track until , its i)rgeVT'htemigtfgorcontcniporary from Hoston coincs tnrr il''omp(ijf jind cinptics out wliatever of its 'riralEhintl wfroiRlit'anil whoovcr of its passcngcrs ..oart.fitirtDd ftvid'dcstmcd fpr tho little villages farther wp'f ,v) niotui'n tho mountain.s. As soon as tho Fi.tOh tritfttchlmrg traiu has pullcd out of tho fttMiPtiud infetation and into tho tunncl tho smallcr QflUlUtMon itomhination is lcft niastcr of tho flold, .. Mul SM barlftd aftcr backing coiuctislily from its flidl-,k withiflo-track with many a puff and iluttcr Mid. nitli rinfjtjid much ringing of a, not untunoful ytarlF ttSj it starts...

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 1891

I THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FR1DAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1891 VISE AND OTIlKItWIStt. Six pigs at ono trpugli will do bettor tlian twelve, and thrco bettor than six. Tho quantity of hcld buttcr in tho cities is comparatively small, aml grow iing loss ovorj' day. If you havo any brccohy animals, Tnavkot tliom as soon as thoy aro in a good, markotablo condition. As tho scrub olomont Gecoincs elimi natod from our herd, tho .profits will incrcaso in liko vnoportion. I'ork-packing iu tho 'West shows n gain as tho wintcr scason approachcs, tliough far bclow that of last soason. Wo omcrgo this year from tho Pharaoh lcan-kino ycars into ono that lrops with fatncss. All, from ground lloor to tho top-most round in socioty, aro going to gotbeneflts. Thcro is imich controvcrsy as to liow tho cows at tho world'sfnir shonhl bo tcsteil for buttcr, by thqclnjrn or hy tho chcmist. Wo seo no gootircason why both should not bo callod upon. It is not an oasy matter to toll ox actly what it costs tb kecp a cow for ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, jWVEMBER 13, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: " FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1801. Mish Katk Safford of Fhiladolphia, Ta., is stopping at the Putnam Houso. Miss Woodward and her sister, Mrs. I)r. Strocter, aro visiting in New Jersoy. Fois tho past few days C. Frcd Van Vlcck has been conflncd to tho houso by sickncss. Thk rains of this week havobcen most gratefully received tho droutli had bc como vcry scvere bcre. Jlit. and Mrs. Nelson A. BunniTT of Fort Edward, N. Y., woro tho eucsts of Mrs. Gcorgo F. Gravcs ovor Sunday. There will bo a now time-table on tho 33, & R. lailway noxt week. Tho morn ing train for Troy leavcs at 7.45 a fow minutes later than now. J. E. Dkwky and wifo of Middlebury, aro visiting at Col. E. D. Bennctt's this weok. Thoy arrivcd from Now York yosterday aud will rcmaiii a few days. Mit. and Mits. Chester Keynolds of Chicago, aro rejoicing over tho advent of ason. Mrs. Reyuolds is a daughter of Mrs. Hcnry W. Bradford of this plac...

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