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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. V. Chnpin of Waterbury, Conn. Slio ac coiiiiialiied Master Carl Uliapin bome. Will Cnloliadliis tluinib and two flrst linneison Wednr-sday.on onoof tho shap crs in tlio bedstoad dcpartmcnt. Dr. Woo'lhull dresscd tlio wotind. rt'le Oatman of Arlington, callod oit fricnds in town last week, also Gcorgp Safford from tlio samo place. Tho latter is K'v'nR weukly instructions to tho band rcccntly orRanizcd hero. MisH Ltittio Cnrpcntcr of Hsitli, N. Y., acconipaniml liei father, (Theodoro Oar pcntcr), to tliis plaoo on Monday of last wcck to visit hcr lirorlier, Jesse. Miss Carpontor returned homo on Wedncsday. Tho niarriaco of Orwell Picrce, Jr , to Miss Eninia Dean occurred at tho home of the bride at 4 o'clock Jan. 11th, the llev. P. A. Bradford oflioiatinji, Tlio liappv cotiplo left for Sarat iRa, N. Y., on tho fi.SO train. Mr. aiul Mrs. Picrco aro tigaln at homi. The Y. 1'. S. 0. E.'s of Huntington and of North Bennington will racut in ...

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. — 22 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, tfKIDAY, JAtfUARY 22, 1892. C'"V, TUAT MICKOnE. It was lato in tho fall of 1S91 wlicn, suddenly ono aftcmoon, about four o'clock, Mr. Wallaco Brctt becamo aw'are tliat tho vaguc, indclhiable aunoyanco tbat liad been troubliiiR liim all ilay was devclopiug into a hcadacho. Thcro arc hcadaclics and hcadachcs. Somo of them will givo quarter, hold parley, and capit nlato upou rcmonstranccs. Tbcso belonp to ono class, Mr. Wallaco Ilrett's bcloiiR cd to tbo otber. It occupied tho spaco -abovo bis oycs, bohind hls cars, and pcne trated all tbo medullary substanccs of itho cerobtum and oblongata. It did not liko well-regulated hcadaehcs, cnd even liere.butcontinucd ita triumphantcourso along tlio spinalis, causiiig Mr. Brctt to Tegret tbat ho possessed a vcrtrebra, cvery ono of whoso thirty-threo boncs palnecVhim worbo tban a jmnpiiif; tooth siclie. Mr. Brctt closcd tho lcdger, into wliicli lio liad been transfcsritiR cntricsfrom tho journal, and leancd his bead npon ...

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. — 22 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRTDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. TI1K ItUBY TVAS IN IT. It was in a Howery tintypo factory, ono of tlioso placos wliioh atlvcrtisc. "Six Impcrial Goms for Twenty-Fivo Cents," that may bo found on cvery block. Tlio photographcr, iicaring ascewlitig foot .stops on tlio carpctlcss stairway, aban rfonctl tho critical examitiation of his front tcctli, wliich lio was making witli tlio atd of a crackcd liand glass, and dived into h!s dovclopinp; closot. Tliough nobody buta burglar in tho last stajjcs of paresis would liavo attomptcd to rob sucli apovcrty-Btiickon placo, tho door was protectcd byapnng which raug whcn tlic portal opened, Hing! wont tlio gong niul a young man entorod. Tlio liliotograplior appcared with a printing franio in cach liand and rcceivcd liim with a welcoming smilc. "I jrit sidiccd tomorrer," rcmarkcd the young man, "an'I want mo pictor took aforchaiid t' sco howl Iook in mo wcddin' cloes." "Tho raimont which lio woro was ovi dently fresh frotn somo s...

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. — 22 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDlY, JANUAEY 22, 1892. (Uoncluiled from ftrstpugc.) tion of tlie Imttlo fonght at Bcnninrxion 011 tho memor.ililo Mltli of Atignst, 1777, and cloire a copv thcrcof for tlio prrss. "Jokas KAY.CIerk of tho Uoinmittec." Kow as to Mr. Lncko's asscrtions rerjiirdinj;Now York troups in tlio battlo of Bennington. IIo says: "it now ap pcara that Col. John Willhims of White Crcclc, a hatod Now Yorker, at tho head ofNcw Yoik troops, savcd tho dav."And later on in his articlo (jivcs a full account oi thcir action iu tiio biilllo, by wliieh -victory was won. All thisin tliofaco of tho fact, wlnlo thcro is a lcttor tcndins: to show tliat ono Colonol John Villiam was in tho nuifrh torhood with a party Ruarding roads, thcro is not ono scintilla of proof that anv NVwYorlc iinotis whntpvor took any part in tho battlo on tho colonial side. Tho attcmpt to rcwrito tho history of a battlu 111010 iuan a i-eiitnry aftor itocenr cd, liirilishintr all tho dctnils from tho imasinati...

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. — 29 January 1892

YOL. LTI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. NUMBEE, 2. "I WANT A CALENDAR FOR 1892." 'Wcll, we publlOicd 14,750, nlno kinds, anil ha only 75 left, n d are sclllng thcm for 25 cts. -vnch; regular prlce, 75c." "llave you Teloubct's Notesi" "Have had just 64-J, only 15 left. Prlce $1.25, ourpricp, SL" "(JIto mc ono, and nn Eplscopal Church Al nnanac. No, Itis the Llvlng Church Almanac that I want " "A1I rlght; got bolb, and Tribune Alinanac,25c. Tho Wo'ld Almanac In a few days, as soon as publislicd." "Wliat arc tnc new.books?" "Vol. 3 McMastcr't Ulstorv of tbo Pcople of tbc Uniled States. our price, $2. The Sabbath in Purltan New Eng'and, ourpiice, fl. The Housc ofMnrtha, nurprli'O, Sl." 'I will take McMaster's Hlstnry. I uaid $2.50 each for Vols 1 and 2.'' .And he took lcavc a happy man. mm & KNIGHT, Cannon Place, Troy, PJ.Y. Business EHvcctorii. C. H. MASON. TTOlvNEY AT LAW. L Adama' Hlock. Bennington. Vt. C. H. UAKUNU. AjCTOIlNEY ATLAW. . Offlco ovcr First National ban...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. SONS OF VERMONT l NEW YORK AND BROOKLYN. At Itronklvn JikIro C. E. Pratt fol lowcil tien. McCullougli (wltoso cloqucnt fipt'ccli wu printcd last week). IIo nroso ti tlio tnnstf, .Soldiers of Vermont and snid: "TliiR is tlio first timo tliat I over sitvctl to talk to Vermont antlh-ncn. A fuw yunrn slnco, when I know about four times as inuch alxiut iiolitics an I do now, I tlitl in a feeblo way try to maku sonic political specches, bnt tlioy wero ant liko tho cnlculaiions contained in cld Isai.ih Tliomas' Almanac of an cclipsu calciilated for tbu ineridian of Bostoii. but will do for tlio rust of New Inulawl und tlio Ciinadas, for my Sjiueclics wero only caloulatcd for tlio Bit'iidian of lloston, tliereforo I nover vastfd any timo on wlmt I rcgarded as politioally boniflliti'd Vermont, and it is piobalilv a fortutmto circnnistaiieo that 1 did unt." iitit 1 am fjlnd of tlio oppor tiinitv lo pay a coiiipliim-nt, if I can, to tlio Yonnont...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, ERIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. CUILE AS SflE IS. SOUltCKS I'Kdll WHIUII HER MEN DKIUVK i-ltoWlCSS. II cr ATailHliln Isnvv hiiiI II ow Her Forca are ArmtMl littornnl Itesnurca unrf Nrtturally "trnuj; I'onitlnn. Oplnloim of n. N. l"lImr iho ClilllanCotisul nt lt ton Tlio Cliiliiin war cloud, wliich now ovcrbaii(:s tlio country, nattirally calls tlio attention of our readers to tlio 10 souniis. natnral iiwl tinaiicial. of thu South American conntry which may havo to bu forced into fciibmission to our de mands. Unliko tho other Latln-Amencanraces, tho Oliilians aro dcteendcd from tlio Gotliio Snaii'ards rather tlian tlio Anda lusians. They liavc, Uicrefore, tlio larue muscular bodies.lino nhysiquoand hnrdy constitutiun combined with tlio Ger maniu tuniiierainent, for wliich tlio in habitants of tho North of Spain woro noted. Thc Iudinns now living in Chilo aro of tho Araueaniaii stock, and aro by far tho stronncst. and most ciiergetic of tho ab origiuvs of Amoiluii. Th...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1692. ilAitr.Y Wii.uiuonnY's new adver tiscmcnt In tho Uannku to-day spoaks ot rangcs. CiiAfi. II. Pottkk has boen sick for inore tlian a week with la Grlppe. Hois convalcscing. Tiik Graded schools gave a very fino rmpromptu entcrtiiinmont in School hill lant Friday aftcrnoon. Mr.s. Gko. R. Smitii anil Mrs. Chas. Iloraii havo pono to Hoston, Mass., to visit Mrs. O. B. Tibbetts. G. I!. Siw.ey's is tlio placo in this town to purcnaso fur robes. Seo his notico in anotbcr column. G. IIayden Day has becn confined to bis room fos a fuw l;iys witli la Grippc for a comfortcr. Ho is improving. Fju:i. Ij. IIouoiiton lins bcencon fined to liis houso for tcn days. Ho is convalcscing. Ho camo near luivitiK pneumonia. ScmvAKZ says tbat lio is not to bo mnlersold on boots, sliocs, rubbors, etc, aiul tliat liu has a very iino and largo stock on liand. Miss ItoSK Rochk isipcovcring from a very sovcre ...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, JANUAKY 29, 1892. trics only, wero quick'to apnropriato tlie hnprovements thus provlded for tlio lo coinotion of.ciirs, tlio transmission i)f thouglit and for tlio liRhtiiifr of strccts. "N'o nioro is expected of tlio farmer than that lio in liis dcpartmcnt slumld oxcr ciso a liko intellijicuce and discnmina tion in appropriatiiiK also tlio discover ios wlneli scicnco Is cotitliiunlly makuu: for liis iinnrovemciit and proflt. Tlii t tlio oulv object of theso institutes an'l farmoiV muutincs; tliat tlio farmcr, m his ealliiics. shall cxcrcise tlio samo do jrreo of intcllifient imiulry and miuiajje ni"it :i ' mn Hiiiri'.'f'd in "tlirr indus trics. Tlio farmor should bc a man who reiuls aiul siuiiic ami lu.uns all tliat is prmtud almiit soils and thuir umjs; about plaiitsiind tlicir crowth; about animals and their ndaptation to tlio farm jnst a3 raucli as railroad manaKcrs niust study anii luaiii ovury unprovument inado to securo disiiatch and cheapiiess ...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FR1DAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. KA1VH hACltlFIfE. John Griflith, a lich Ennlish manufac turcr, sat in a ni m in liis elegant man siononuday in autunin. To judgo by hiRfacc. his letleetions wero of an agree ablo nature. 'Tho uioKpcct is." lio said to himself, "that my iiiciuuo for tliu present year will rcacli fiftien thousaiid puuuds. That is a tiilv suin for ono wlio started as a poor bo'y. Aud I am not so old, cither. Just tuincd Kixty! Therc is moro than ono iiobloman iu the kiiigdom that would ugUfJiM.ii C.tlath's ir.como. My Katv will liavo a rich dowry." IIo waB interrupted hero by tlio cn tranfo if a Rcrvanl. "Mr. Grifliili." lio said, "tbcro aro tlireo men bclow who would liko to beo you." "Tlneo mcn ?" "Yes, sir. Tlioy aro notgcntlcmen," naid tlio servant, wlio uiiderstood tlio qmstion. "They aro mcn from tlio mill. rin thinking." "Vcry well; show them up." It was a holul.iy and tlio works wcro not in operation, so tbat tlic opcrativcs -wcro oft wnrk. Then ...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FttlDAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. 111' II I MAltniKDTHKOFFHIK. Hu settUd lnmsulf Uack in-liis clmit iritli .1 sclf-sntistli-d Mr nnd sniil: "Tliiims 1i:ivk clinnjietl somo slnco wc won mnrrii'il, linvcn't tliey, Mary?" "A iirval ilcal, .Itic," slio rcplicd, iuiitly. "Tlio first year was prctty hard," lic vfent dii. "I ilitln't make nnv ninro tlinn enniifrli to imll i.s tliriniL'li. ISut I told you tliun l'd tiel n, nnd I litivu." "Vis," shu admitti-d, "you havc. You'vo madi it miicli ertsicr for mu tliiniiciiillv. ' "Awl I'vo woikrd linril to do ir," liu said. iih miiiih piitlu. "I'vo praetically workcd tiislit and daj.". S 1 1 iKidilcd and liocontiiuicil: "I'll do bi tu-r yet Mary. 111 havoyou ovcu imiru c'linfiii talilo tliun now." "Ytni will il you kci'p on workinp; as you Imvu wurkcd," slio naid, "but " "iliit. wliat. Mary!" "l've snuii'linn's wondercd, .loe," witli a, faint snnlr, "it you ntiito undurstood tho Huryviii m." "Tlu vliy, Mar.v!" "'riu1 rlfic.vm.ui w...

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. — 29 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1892. COItllESPONDENCE. minlKtoiliil Uiti it n nlry. Biu n Huinrt. Tlio author of tho following com nuniication writes us a personal lettcr -which we copy in part as explanatory of tho articlo itself. Tho situaiion as wull as the arguinent will apply to othor de nomlnatioiis as well aml wo give it spacu to call the attention of tho pnblio to an importiint lnattcr. Mr. Hamilton says: "I havo iravuloil a circuit for ncarly ono year, rcaching from Uoston to St. I'aul, and frm Detr.iit to IJaltimore.I havo aver aged fonr addresses a week in tho most yromincnt. chnrcheR. I ara writing for thirty Melhodist Advncate.. Less than ono in lcn of our proplc cver rcad a Methodist paper. Zion's Uerald has a circuliition of iiut. 15.000 ainong tho 120, OC0 Methodists of New England. I havo iound itnecessary to si'Ciiro thoco-opcra-tion f tlio bcuul.ir press. I havo gath crcd an imiiicnso nir.iy of intercsting facts, siriking expcriences and patlictic inoi...

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. — 5 February 1892

VOL. LII. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIJDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1892. NUMBER 3. MORTAR-SPOTTED SKIfr CovoredwllhSpnlps. AwfulSpcctne' Curcl ln Klvo Wcrks b tlio Cutlcura Rcmedlcs. Abont lhelt of Aprll l.ist I notlccd eome red plm plos llke comliur out all m cr my Lody, but thought nothlngof lt uiitllKomo llmolatcr ou, whcllltUpm tolook HkoBpotKof mortar epottcd on,and which carao off ln lavcrs occompanlcd vlth ltchlog. I woukl acrulch cvery nl?ht umll I was raw, thcn the nexi niaiu inc Bcaicflu.'inciorinca mo'nwlnlo wcio ncratchcd off ai?.u.i. ln valn dtd I com ult ull tbo doctors in tlio county, Lut without old. Aftcrjlvlngupatl ho.wn of i ccovcry, I li ippcr.cd to Bco un adv rtlaenii'iit Iu tlio m v. n.iper about your Cuticura u;:.MEDISsf and purchascd thrm from my druiji'lnt, nnd obtalncd ahnoitlrami-dk.tc rcllcf. I bcc;.".n tonoii b tii it tlio cc. lycrnpllonB . gr.idujlly droppcd oft nndulFnp- Iiearcu ono uy onc, unui i nta n ful'v cuicd. 1 lud tho dls- e.we thlrtecn months beioio I bofcan t.....

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. — 5 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRTDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 18U2. AN ANXIOU NIGIIT. I had, whon a boy, alwaya an inclina tlou to bo a aoldier, and as I grew up tWs desiro incrcased with my growth. My paronts vvoro not wealthy onnugh Casciul mo to a military college, so I do clded to cnlist aud nndeavor to obtain a cmnmissiou frora tho rcnks. At tho Qmo I cnlisted Euglnnd was on the fcrRo of a strugnlo with Kussia and ro crititing was vcry brisk. I had no difli culty in passing tho mcdieal ordeal, and TCas nllowcd to" cliooso jny rcRimi'nt. I clioso tho Ninoty-aecond, tho Gordon EII;rhlandui's, Uiitiking that, bcinR a cr.iuk flglitiiig coips, it wonld bo most likuly to bo ono of tho firdt scnt to tho fr mt. Aftcr joining my regimrnt and pass Cir thico montlis' iccrult diill, tho c:ip iiin of my company, finding tliat I was bi-ltcr oJucatod than tho general run of tecnutn, and that I took nreat intcrestin ny duties, rcctiinmcnded mo for promo Con, and I was madu a ''laiieouorporal,'' iy llisr. step on...

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. — 5 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1892. NKW8 PAUtOKAPIIS FltOSt MANY C1KNTKKH OK INHUSTKV. Drivinjrbclts aro of paper. Japan operates its railroads. OlasB coatcd bricks aro announced. Paris has ciRlity-spvcn daily papers. London has 18,fi00 nowspapcr women. Glass is now used as a flllinp; for toctli. ThoStatea liavo 1,097 distinct rail roads. Jaji.vu Usba AlllCliCaii-l'lluui St,rCC oars. Baltimore bricklayers work eiglit liours. Chineso gold mincrs iu Novada got $0 a day. Unclo Sam boasts two ncgro women lawycrs. Grcat Britain has 217.G0O miion mino -workers. American looms aro on tlio incrcaso in Ensland. Tennessco will havo a Stato Fcdera liou of Labor. Firellies in jars furnish ligbt in tho West Indies. Poles in rrnssia want I'olish taught in tbo scliools. Tlio thinnest tissuo papcr is 1-lOOth of an incli ii: thickness. Now York Hebrews will parado on .May 1st for cight iionrs. A Nevaua man claims a gun tbat llres ilftcen sliots a secoiul. Around Oldliam, England, tliero...

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. — 5 February 1892

THB BENNINGTON BANNER, ERTDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1802, Mits. E. W. Biiadfoiid ia scriouely ill at her homo in tlus villago. A husical, and litorary cntertainnicnt was glvcn at Charles Harbour's Wedncs day ovenlng. L. P. Norton lias bcen ill with Ia Qjrippe or somothing nf that nattiro dur ilig the wcek, but is brttr. Tiiis Rev. Geo. D. Silliman, tlio gonlal rector uf St. Mark's churcli, Hoosick Falls, N. Y., was in town Wodncsdav. Tiik next mcetingof St. Potcrs Oulld has been decided tn behcld Fcb. 15th. A liter.iry rograniino with anuthcr parish reiininn Is talked of. Mits. Dit. S. W. Sohtt, says a Greon wich, N. Y., itom, has bcen visiting her frioiiil.s in Bennington. Sho is a slstcr of Frcd L. HowiMi and Mrs. Moses Wilson. Tiik Hannkk bimler. Ph. II. Chew. returncd tliis week anil tliat dcpartinctit qS (iiir business is again ln runidng ordcr. Mr. Chew was called homo by thu doath of his fiither iit Troy, N. Y., a statcd re ccnt...

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. — 5 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, FEBRUATtY 5, 1892. PRES. BFFR'S TRUSt. He Unfolds the Ne v York Life'sRec ord to Its P ilicy-Holdors. TIIK FINniNGs K rilK iTTK IVUH ANCH MblMltTMKNT ISBVIHWKI). llowtlin Ueal-t tnt i rniiici t'o ol Oip nniiiimiy Flcnro 111 Hie -Tlie JNH'lll "I tupiiry HIhiiiihci.hmii nxplillniul in.a llio l-xpeu-ru .Mi nrrli-d mIHi 1.. '. Viiniix- Mi A: .. Ifully VciuHnleil A roiupi.rNoi. Wicli tillitir !iiiHniile' .Uoilmdn Iii-vlti-tl. Nnw YoiiK, Feb. 2, 1S02. To tlir Ptilic; ilnlilerx nfthc A'cio York l.ife hisuranrv Ciniipnii: On tho Illtl day nf .Jiinc, ISltl, the followiiii: eom mtinieiti'in wns tiaii-niitlcd tci tho ln inraiiee Departiiient of thu Stato of New York: Xkw Yokk, .Iiinn 10, 181)1. llon, J. F. I'icrcp, 8uierintrndciit Innur- anre Drpnrtment, Albany, SY. Y. Dkah Siu: I'lm i-li iriri'S lli:it. have bcei made njjiinst. the company and ils tnuii ajjeinHiit iu tho imlilic piess, L'rowliiir iit of mittcrs coniioetod with its Spanish Ymen'ciu ib pirtmout. 1...

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. — 5 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, FEBKUAEY 5, 1892. M!t OI' P IUNI OP fUKKSK. 'Thero, muthor, tlie Ublo's all sot for supper, and it won't bo raucli work to put ou tlte victuald, when it is time. Now I'm Roine; to put ou ray new drcss aud ko over to tlie villaRo and see somo of tlie girls. I ilon't caro about visiting witli tho old ladios, but 111 be horao in scasnn to help about tho snpper." "But tho raiuistor's wlfo is cominR, you know. and tho ralnislcr i'll como to tca." "Can'tholp itl 1've bccn shut up all tho week sowhif; fln that dress, aud 1 tnustjietout to-day;" and Etta tripped unstuirs, whistlinR liko a blackbird. Mrs. Gibbs lltittcrcd around, brusbing im:i);iiiary dust fniin tho furniture, and scaichiiur carefully for tell-talo cobwebs in tho corners, or flngor marks on tho immacuhtto paint, till Etta camo down staiiB in spick-aud-span calling cos tumo. "Tliero's ono thing moro I wish vro had for tea," remarkcd Mrs. Gibbs, "and that's somo cheeso. Grandraa Ellis is drcadfu...

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. — 5 February 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNETi, FJtUDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1892. THK "FnvK AVOOI." TKTITION. TIiosp wnnlen manufactiirprs vlu sign tho Wonl Oonsumers' potition to (lon grcss for tbe passnjro of tlm Sprinsrcr bill present tlio mst nstonisliinr oxliibi tion of pnlHicnl cnili'lcssnL'ss which lias boen sccn in Xow Knglanil fnr many a day. Tliey desiro froo trndo in ewrytlilnt; wliich conit's into tlioir mills, but tliey iiisist upon "'siiflicipnr. protpotinn" for cvcrytliiiijj wliicli pm's out. Wo miss our rm-ss if tlioir p.liililliko and blanil ro iucst, isn't rpcpivpd witli mars of ilcri sivc lanirlitpr wIipii it is offnod in tl'e Hohsp of lippipspntativps. Tlio Snutli crn aii'l Vp.tern Pptnocnicy lias alronily madi' knntvn witli siiflicipnt pniplinsis its contt'iiiitiious (ipininn of tliis prnposi tion. "That kind of tarilf rpfoim," it snys, "may ilo for tlio lutitudc anil lotici tuilc of M issnclmsptts, lint. it ill not (lo for tlio latitmlo of South Oarolina or Tcxas, or tho loiigiuuli.' of llli...

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. — 5 February 1892

tfHE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, FEBRTJARY 5, 1892. H. FREAR Will closc out tlic bnlance ol lils Chlldren's, Bojrs' and Mcn's Clotlilng in wintcr Tveighls nt astonlsh inglj low Prices. SU1TS, OLSTFRS, Evsrything Must Go Uolow will bc rouiHl n few of (iic nianj bargains: LOT 1. One hnndred I'ovs' Sult. slzja. 4 lo 1S ye&r: gruv inixcl aud hp'wn mlxed for $1 n ult I.OT2 One liun r 1 lloia' two-pieio Sui, size 4 m 14 VPH'a, $1 6.': thesc gooos hive been selliiiR ' ti"m $2 50 t $4. LOT 3. One hundri rt lioyt.Pu t. all s'z 4 to 11 ypa , vrv ih-ea 1 BuarantcHii nll wonl, liniin pun. I'l f r i 6J per sult; thls mnu htheywll be sold for $2.85 Lll. 4 lie liuntlereil Bnys' Su t. nll.woo mixrd CalinerpH b th liniwited and (lmueMic ')otb-. They liuw ol.l nt tlie Troy Haza r Tor $8. They hp imw put oii sale at tlie remaikabiy low pi of J4 7 1.0T6 O .e Iiundred Dnjs' Lnng lints Sults all slz 13 to 19 vrars for ?3 per -ult LOT6 -Ow-hui dred Uoyh' I.mu; Pants Kults. llwo... nll izr, gocids that ...

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