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Qirls and Boys
Tho kind that wear well; comfortablo
and stylish. In all klnds of Winter
3cathers and also of the finest klds.
New Ilawks Block, Main Street)
v 'OopoilVf hethodlj' Church ' "
Jfail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Fi n e bal sam pill ows,
fresh.picked this year,
for $1.50 each.
' Woodford, Vt.
To tho Ladies ol Bennington and vlcmlty.
K yoa want a sult, cape, or alteratlons clone
sud cleantng and prcsslni; ol all klnds atreasor.
ible prlces you wlll nlwnys flnd a ntce Une of
joods and sainples at
Ladta' Fine Tatlcr.
North t llennlng'in. VL,
Costs no moro than an in
ferior article. When you
byv bread or any othor
b'akpry product of me you
gotas good as there 1s in
(JBOC'ER ANb BA'KER
XANTROVITZ & CUTLER
fiEALfens rx ' '
ei all klnds. old uewspapers, (.craps, ragi.an
lilml ol metsls, bottlej. eto. Sliop at MIU S t
krldge, or clrop card to nox bSS, Bennington
Yt. Oncn every ilay 7 a. 111. to 1) p. m.
Frank.Yelinek has opcned a
tailor shopi in the Fillmore
building on NorthJSt. Ladies'
and Gonts'. Tailorlng.
Tho Kall and Winter
Sults for half grown boys
aro varlcd in mako and
matorlal. Only ono polnt
of saraeness about thein
the oxcollence of (hoir tail
orirjg. Wo sell tho "Widow
Jones" CJothes for Boys
becauso thoy aro tho bost
every way for tho raoney.
PRICE $2.50 TO S5 00
Kitchic Illock . Bennington
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
CIonIiii; Stnck (limf litloii".
Monqy oir call nomlnully nt.l?it?2 per
eent; prlme mercantllo pnper, P.V55 pcr
ccnt; exeiinngen, jzii.3Wj.iW; uaiances,
Norf. & West.. CSi
Atrlilxon S214 I'cnn. It. R 131Ti
U tt 0 8S ltendlnn nSTi
1 Umoklyn 11. T. . Ffi
C..C..C.& S.L... T0V4
Koek Island.... 2714
St. Patil 15SW
Clics. & Ohlo.... 43 Southorn I'ac... EOTJ
1). & 11 IRS14 Soutlicrn Ity... 33H
Eile 3114 South. Ity. pf.. 91
111. Central 133V, Stipir 131U
Iackawunnn....2fll ToxaR Pacllle... 3114
I-ouls. & Nuish.. KCvi Unlon P.-icltlc..l01i
Mnnhnttan 154'i IT. 8. Sttul
Sletroi)Olltan....ia)V4 l-T. S. Steid pf..
Mlssoiirl l'ac... 94i West. Unlon...
N. Y. Central.:. 127
Ximv YorU .MnrkctN.
FKED Irrejrnlar: sprlnB brnn, J19.SJ;
H A Y Dulf; slilppIng,li"HC' ! BOOd to
1IOP3 l'lrm; ntate.i common to cholec,
1904, 23Q30C.; 19il3. I7ff33e.; olds, ltiilSc;
l'aclllc coaat, 1904, KOS.'c.i little ISlc;
BBEK-Stcady; famlly, Jll'yll.SO; mess.
$S.Wi9.50i becf hams, tj2s.50; packct,
POmC-Steady: famlly. J15.S0: short
r.lear. IMftlij: mess. J13M12.50.
POTATOES-Steady; Lonsr Island. M.M
j jerspy ana souinern, ji.tifui.w;
Jcrsey swects, JI.&OHJ.
ITTTIJH-Crcamcry. extraa. per pound,
204-1o.', Ilrsts. 18HS20HC.; aeconds. 15W
18c; thlrds, 1314!ic; held. extras, 19M
Jic; stnto oairy, iuds, extraa, lvuitw.;
CHEEdE Statc, full cream. small, coU
ored. fancy. 10c: small. white, fancy. 10c:
Kood to prlmo, 9Hti 9c.: poor to fair; VA
S9UC.: lnrge. colorod, fancy, 9-it.; cood
to nrlme. 9UnUc: white, fancy. 9i4c.:
Kood to prlme, 9ilQ9ic.; poor to fair 714
EGQS State, l'ennsylvanla and ncarby
selected, white, oxtra fancy, 28f30c.;
cholco, 2S627C.; mlxed. eXtra, 23'a!4c;
flrstn, mjila,; dlrtles, J417Hc
. FRES1I FJIL'ITS-Annlud.- Alexnnder.
hand plcked, por ilouble head barrel, J1.75
((fz.10; wcaunr, fi.vnn.ii; .uravonsiein,
Klnfe nnrt Duchesa o Oldenburs, 1.50y2:
Uetrolt, re(1. M.Min.TS; Jonathan and
Snow. HR1.73; Uon Davls, U.2M;1.75: Bald
wln, Jl.25Til.60; Twchty Ounco, 1.2SI1.50;
Malden lilush. n.KTil-75; I'ound Swcet.
Jl.S5fil.75i St. Iawrt!nce. 1.25?il 60: niush
Plppln, $1.2501 50; nibton l'lppln, lf
1.25; Colvert, Jlf1.23; CodllnB, $i.25ftl.50;
Full l'lppln, $1,5012; Rreenlnjr. $Hjl60.
L)VE l'Ot'LTHV-Chlckens, noarby.
per po -id 'c ; roostcrs. old, por pound,
fc; tur..y.-., per pound, 12o.; pfgeons,
por pnlr. Iw.
DRKS5KI) POriTIlY Turkeys, pprlnff.
dry plqkod, plump lireaHlcd hens. 3 to 4
pounds onch, por puutid, avi723c; toms, fl
to 7 poundg, lSi-tNj. ( nverniji bwt run.
lSfllCc. ; prliiB chlukpn. Phlladelphla, 7
to S pnund.s to pnlr. per nntind. 21fi23c.;
inlxed slzes, 17(19c.; other Ponnsjivanla.
K to S pounds. liiisc; state and,Penn
sylvnnln. mlxed slzon, 1344r.
- DHESSED SIEATS- Uoof unclianBed;
clty droscbd voals (old Bt 7i 1214c. per
pnund and n fcw aH hlgh aa 13c; coun
try drHso 1 at ftWll'jc , Krasiers nt WtSo. ;
rr.utton nlow at txfVe. vr pound, lainbs
stcady at SJJllc; cuniitry drensod hpRS
llrm at Siij91ic. per pound for mcdlum
to llght welKlita.
I.lvr SIim-U .'Mnrk (.
CATTW3 Supjily fair; market slow;
cholco, H.Wfi!i.(&; prlme, $5.25tjt. 10; fair,
$5.i:i3.75; Vi'nl enlves, fT'fJT.DO.
1IOGS Itecelpts llRht; market slow:
prlmo heavV. fS.9Mi(i.!5! medlums anfl
Mnvy Yorkers. $ti.2fWf;.S0: llftht Yorkera.
$5.90fiC; pIrh, fj.501jG.70; roughs, $1.50'B
SUEEP AN'D IiAMHS-Supply IIkIU;
markt't slow; prlme wcthers. ?1.25fll!0;
comihon shcep, $1.5032; sprlng lamts,
A Work'mnii ISruko llotlle.
NEW YOUK. Sviit :).-Lati) dctnlls
of the Connecticut launt'hln say that
nlthouKh Kucte.ssfiilly launchod tho
battloslilp dld uot havo tho ehrlstPiiliiK
bottle of wlno brokon by Mlss AKco
R. AVcllos, llo hnd bocn seleuti'd as
nponsor for tho Hhlp. She tjnviv the
bottlo at tho Iiowh as tho shlp hcan
to juove off the Avays hut it falled to
broak xvheii it struck tho vcssel'.s sldo.
Secretary of tho Nnvy Mortou and
Itear Adnilral HodKGtn stood bosldo
Miss "Wcllcs. itoar Admlral ltndprM
attempted to Krasp tho bottlu as1 h n
boundwl, hut falled, and tho shlp wns
itioyiritf off lnto tho vator vhtn,n
workman on tno deck solzed the stiins
that held tho boft'Ie nnd dashed the
t'laas reeepta'elo Of the chniniiiK'iie
agalnst thu slde of tho nhlp, sliatturii)
lt to plecc'H, tp the rellef of the super
stltlous. This wus, tho only varlatlon
of the preairannpd plan, des)(to tbc
niany sensatlonal Rtorlcs of attem'pts
to do tho vessel dainaBe.
CnrloN to Vlnlt lOiiKlnnd.
hlSUON, Sept. iiOc-KliiK C'arlos In
Jils sp.eeeh at tho opunlng of tho eortes
Inthnated ,that he nnd Queen Mavle
Anielle wlll vlslt Kiijjland In Npvomher
to return the vislt of Klnv Kdward.
He sald the rcIatioiiH of Portugal wlth
all the powers were cordlal, empha
slzed tho neutrallty of l'ortngal In the
Itusso-;Tapanese w'ar and outllned the
progrniniuo for the eomlnB seijIoii of
the cortcs. The speeeh also reforred In
terms of gratillcatlon to tho coucluslon
of the. treaty with Spaln and to tho
applleatlon to I'orto Hlco of tho trca
tles wlth the Unlted States. '
THE EVENING BANNER
Published every day except Sundays
' ? andHolidays.
Entered at the post-otllco, Bennington,
Vt., Dec. 11, 1903, as second class
Ono Year $3.0O
OnoMonth - UOc
FKANK B. 1I0WE, Editor and PuDlisher
Somliorii Ji,vnchlii;DiiinKiii(; to
tho Deiuocrntic Party.
That a prosidentlal election is ap
proaching and thut tho persecution t
the nei;ro in tho South is hannful to
the interests of.tlio Denioerats all over
tho country is apparent to Soutliern
editors who aro constantly warnini,'
the South against it oti that account.
Further, leadintj men of tho South are
acting as well as talklng aninst
hanIn? and burninjj nej,'roes tliero.
Hooker '1', Washington in a recent ad
dress in Rrooklyu beforetho Urooklyn
In.stituto of Ans and Sclenees, spoak
ing of mob rule sald:
"Within the last fow weeks a )ublic
st)ntlment stror.ger and moro deeply
rnoted, I thlnk, than over before, has
gono forth from tho words and aetions
of governors, tho daily press, tho pul
pit, ex-Confederate cainj)s and grand
juries, which is saying in thundorous
tones that wo as a natlon nmst not on
ly bo hearers of the words which teach
us t protect tho woak, but wo must bo
doers when lt eomes to an important
enforcement of the Jaw. " t
It ouglit not to tako a prcsldeutial
cauipaign to chcck tho torturing of ne
groes in the South or anyivhoro else.
Liko tho uiassaores of Jows in Hussia,
such practiccs should bo renderod im
posslblo by tho comtnon senso and tho
common huinanlty of thopeoplo among
whom thoy occur. Tholr occurrenco
puts au ugly blemish on tho comrauni
tles which tolerato thera. Tho Mont
gomery, (Ala. ) AUvertiser denouncca
Jynchlng as ollows:
"A white man cannot shoot down a
negro wltbout causo and not lower
hlmsolf, A mob of whlto men cannot
lyncb a nogro and not bring sbaiue on
themsolves and thelr raco. Cruol
troatment of tho negro rebounds on
thoso who practlco it, and any man of
any raco brinsshamo on hlraself when
he becomes tiie opprossor of tbo weak
and helplcss. "
It is notimpossiblo that tho stlmulus
given to tho nnti-lynching sentinient
of tho South by tho presidontlal cam
paign. wlll produce good results long
affir tho campaign ls ovor. That
sontiment will grow all over the cou'n
try ln any ovont is liardly to bo doubt
oil. Tho provalence of mob lttw brings
disgraco upon us all over the civilized
WriTlt on AtlKiitlf C'onst Mnp,
CIIAlthKSTON. S. (5., Hcpt. .
A eolll.sIou ln whli'h one Hfe wns lot
nnd eleven people were nioru or lesn
serlously Injured has ocenned on the
Atlantle Coast llne Uvo inlles from this
clty. A local pnssonjjur traln, No. 11,
ran lnto throiifjh traln No. 115, which
had bcen Htopped unlnteiitloiially by
tho acfldental pulllng of tlu hell cord.
A heavy fog jirevalled, and the erew of
traln No. 41 had ilo renson to supposo
that No. hnd stopped. The prlvate
car of Ceneral Superlntendent I)on
ham of the second dlvlslon of the At
lantle Coast llne wns partly demollsh
ed. l''li'enian Sam Dnvls of the acconi
modallou traln was plnloned umler the
cnplne and lltcniliy cooketl to death.
llndley'w CJihhI WorilM to Sttidciitn.
NKW I1AVHN, ('01111.. Sept. IfO. -I'resldcnt
Iladley nt the openln of the
law school .welcomed tho students tt
tho iiniverslty. Ilo warned the n'U
dcnts that thoy nuist recosnlze nnd
follow the hlgh ethlcal staudard of the
professlon. "Kvery day," I'reildent
Iladley sald, "wo see unscnipulous
lawyers who plan nnd scheine at eva
Rlon of the law. Men who sell thelr
honor for gold oftntlmes are eallwl
Bticcessful. Itut the men whoe lm
prlnt wlll nover bo offaced from our
ineiuoiy, whoso deeds qttuul brlhtest
ln hlstoiy, have been men over lnlnd
ful of honor and Integrlty, not the men
of wcalth nud soclal posltlon,"
Tlirco 1'iitillly Injiirrd.
CIIICAQO, Sept. Threo men
were probably fatally iujurcd and two
hurt less Bejiously In tho c-ollapse of
an apartmeut bulldlng belng erectcd
for Aldormnn Tlionids Ca'rey. Standlng
011 the roof tlmbers Arehltect' Davld
Hobertsou was talklng to tlio m'rison
eontractor, "Wllllanf Shea',- at tlio- tlmo
of the aecldent. Hobcrtson oicaped
with sltght injurlesi Shea Is not ex-
pccttil to Jlvei The causo of the. aecl
dent Is bclleved to havo -hcen tho
breaklng of n steel support holdlng up
the thlrd (loor.
Pnrkor Itvcvptlon In Xmv York.
NKW YOHK, Sept. HO.-A Dcmo-
cratlc' mass meotlng wlll bp held ln
Madlson Sipiare garddu about the uild-
dle of Oetohor, ut which lt is tho ln-
tcntlon to havo as sp.enkeru former
I'resldcnt Grover Cloveland and n
nuinber of the foremost Domocrats of
tho country. Arrangcmcnts havC been
porfected for tho receptlon-to bo given
to Judgo' Parker on' n'oxt Wcdhcsday
nlght. Threc thousand lnvltatious uro
to bo Issued to membere of the varl-
ous hemoqratlc organlzatlous.
Oarriagef ready every miDhto to talce
you to any part of tho vfllage for 25o.
Ladies can save dollars on clothes and
in comfort by havintr our brougbara
tako them to church or for afternoon
calls, par.ties or .ihopping trips Warro
carriages for cold day 9.
Alwaya rcady, day or nigbt, 23 conts
per trip orCO-cents por hour. Call b
. . lOc . .
W. E. Hawks, Jr
Tuesday and Wednesday .
OCT-4 AND 5
Succossor to Mrs. S.A.Wnlkor
211 Broadway, - Troy, N. Y.
NoCaras. 1 'S;t4
' tall and seo what I have
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Sklrts, Waists and
Jackets, also new and
novel Dress Goods by the
yard, entirely differ.ent to
anything you can flnd
311 W. MAIN ST. '
when you thlnk about lt, how many plalnly
vltlble tlilnns wo do not sce untll aome
other fcllow has scen theni. And how
at loast cleren men can derclop a lltlc
brand of hindslidit to the one whoso
foieslght Is ahvays la worklng order.
The tWrighi Laundryman
Vc have In use the celcbrated
1 1 ' i I I Oamprner.
Best lino of woVk in this section.
Call and seo. JFInlshing dono for
W. T. White - 425 Main 5t.
Rcmcmber last Winter how
cold tho houso wasfurnace
wouldn't heat halMbo roomsy
Don'trepoat that oxperlenco
let us tollyou about the Kelsoy
Wann Air JGenerator.Not a'
Z. boating oxpqriment, but a safe
Ssupply you Avith rpure, fresh,
""broperly-warmed and raoistcno'd
air ln overy part of fho hodso.
24,000 Kolsey Gcnorators in use
ovory ono glving perfoct Kel
soy satisfaction. Let mo flgure
on your ne'w hoating equlpraent.
Estimates cost nothing.
W. D. NEWTON
COR. flAIN &SILVER StS.
Tlie Home of llie Kelsey Generalor
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gooii;work, Kood stoclt, VowVrlces
and satisfaction guaranted.
my old ktand,
W. I mMM
PHELPS MADE AMESi
Governor Bates Hints at t
Rcall For G'urhey. !
JCDCE EXPRESSES PERSOSAL REGRE1
(iovcriiincii t Wlll Itciilj" toCom
plulnt of 31 r. Knlki-K, CIvIiik Stlllc
liivnt pf FactM Iti'KardliiK
HOSTON, Sept. J'.O.-After allowlns
thne for the communleatlons in tlu
rhelps-Gurney case to ri'iich Wash.
ington Governor .Uates nmdo luibllt
varlous lettors hearlng on tho subjcct
Goveruor Kates suggests thot (tho nt
tcntlon of the Hrltlsh ambastiador bt
called to the ljre.'ich of the laws ol
MasfWhuKettH uiuXcr the beljef thnj
the nnibasHador wlll tako such netlou
ns the e.-iso may dcmand.
The governor Informed the state de
partmt'nt that the judgment agalust
Thlrd Seei-etary (Jurney of the Itrltlsb
emhassy has been vacated and the
flncs lmposed remlttcd. lle says that
Justlce I'helps expressed regret to the
secretary by letter, a copy of which he
. The governor also oxpresses regrcl
.that his want of knowledge of the law
has resultod In an error of judlclal nu
thority ln MasHncliusetts and oxpresses
the hopo that the statement of regret
by .Tiidgo'I'help.s may he recognlzed ns
u eoncluslvo dl-avowal of nny . Inton
tlon of lassachusetts courts to Ignore
lt is sald here that the stnto depart
ment at WaHlilngton wlll prepare n
communlcntion to the Itrltlsh aiubas
sador elllbodylng Governor ltates' re-
port. This wlll he In the nature of a
reply to the coaipl.iint nindu by Mr
Italkes. the Itrltlsh secretarv of cm
batjsy, ind, whlle expresslng regret nt
the occuneiR-e, wlll present n soher
statement of fius and the teslimony
addueed to show that Secretary Gur
liey dld vlolate the local law.
Tho letter of Judgo I'helps to Thlrd
Secretary Gurnoy was as f ollows:
"As justlce of the I.eo pollco eourt I
flnd oceaslon to express my profound
regret that through a mlsapiirehcnslon
of the law I asstimed that tho eourt
had Jurlsdlctlon over the person of n
member of the enibassy of the 'trltlsu
"Havlng beeome npprlsed of this er
ror and seeklng to innke all posslblc
repnratlon therefbr the eourt has va
cated and annulled all proeeedlngs tak
en ln tho mattcr of tho oinplalnt
agalnst yonrsclf nnd the erroneous
judgment entered thereon.
"I beg further to express my pro
found persounl regret that I should
havo been, wltbout lntentlonal error,
the causo of your own personal vexa
tlon nnd nnnoynncc, or that anything
should hnvo occurrPd which may havo
Beetned to" bo, though not so ln faet, a
want of respect for tho rlghts of'n rep
rescntatlve of tho government of his
Sulrlilc Hnd I.ovo Affnlr.
HAHTKOUn. Conn., Sept. :t0. Dr.
l-'rlend A. I'helps, formerly n prnctle
Ing dcntlst of South Norwnlk, shot and
kllleil hlmsolf whlle In hed ln a rooin
he had hlretl In n Main street houso
here. A letter found ln a pocket of
the clothlng Indieated that the doctor
was despondent over n love affnlr and
his flnanclal eonditlon. It has been
iisrertalned from frlends tlult l)r.
I'helps hnd been In fnlllng-health, rtuc
chleily to nervous pro.stintion. Ho was
thlrty-two years of age and unuinrrled.
A CnldiMl l.lullt Thllt l'ulli-cl.
I.ONDON, Seit. !i0. -Mrs. Jnnie.i
Itrown 1'ott.er opened her season nnder
her own innnagemeiit nt the Savoy
theater last nlght ln n luekless innnner
wlth n four act romantle play, "The
(lolden Llght," by George Darlng, n
pen nnine which ls uiHlerstoed to bo
that of her slster. The play was so
poor that nfter many expresslons of
rldlcule from the atullence the eurtaln
ilnally deseended amld chllling sllence.
PoitiMnNtf-r fiout'rnl I'rloiiNly 111.
WASHINGTON, Sept. :). rostmns
ter General Ilenry O. l'ayne Is serlous
ly 111 at his apartmeiits at the Hotel
Arlington here. Mnrked syniptoius of
heart trouble Ijw developed, and his
eonditlon has-becoino sq serlous as to
causo grave eoncern. Mr. l'ayne re
turnwl recontly from a trlp ln tho west
and niibpenrod to be feellng In niuch
Improved cnlidltlou, tholigh his health
has beei poor for a long tltne.
Xev ItlHi-x I'or (iunrdsincn.
ALltANY, N. V., Sept. :!0.-AdJutant
General Heilrj' 1ms Issued an order
adoptlng for the use of the natlonal
guard the .'10 eallhor Unlted States
magaziue rllles and carblnes Issued, by
tho secretary of war. The Sprlugflold
rllles and carblnes now In use by thp
state mllltia wlll'lto tumetl in to the
Fnlted States anny (Jrdtianco depart
moh't. llrnrst'M Cnite AKiilnst Conl Hnnil.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30.-Kurther
hearlng' In the case' of W. H. Hearst
of 'Nbw York agalnst tho eoal carrylng
ronds in the anthraclto reglons bf
l'ennsylvanla wlll liegln boforo the In
terstnte comniercc c'omliilsslon at Chl
cago Oct. 11.
Arclliuio lU-ci'Ivoil liy I'ope,
NAl'LKS, Sept. :!0.-Cayeteno Arel
hn'io. chlef Justlce of the I'hlllpplno
Islands, who has been recelved in prl
vate nudlence by l'oite I'lus, has Ieft
for tho I'hlllpplnes. Ho wlll travel by
way of tho Unlted States.
Hvnt Wnvc nt PlttHlmrjr.
PITTS11UKG. Seit. 30.-A heat wave
struck this clty, sendlng tho thcrmoine
tf up from 09 degrees to 87 at -I
yclock ln the nftemoon. A beavy
rriUistorni broiight rellef.
SATURDAY and MONDAY
Qctober 1 and 3
WE ARE PREPARED BLTTER THAN EVER WITH
Splendid Stock of Ladies' Tailor
Made Suits, Jackets, Skirts, Waists,
Furs and Millinery zze
COME to any section of this store, it niatters not
whether ib be for inenV and Boys' High Gnvde
Cidthing, Heavy Fall Und erwcar, Ladies1 Suits, Skirts
or Waists, Millinery, or the properthings for boys and
girls; and youU find tie m st reliable qualities, the
best of styles and the lowest of prices. You will also
find how amply you are j)rotected in all your dealings
with us because of our reatliness to take back anything
with which you findfault, whether on account of style
iit, wear or price.
ANOTHER SLtPPLY OF
Lightning and Mason
Threo sizes of Lightning pint, quart and J-2
gallon. Two sizes of Mason's pint and quart. Plenty
of extra iubbers for either kind of jars.
Tlll!V lclonrl ol romember we put in
iuii 3 niuim juii a
SWEET POTATOES. WE ARE NOW OFFERlNG
AT 25 CENTS A PECK
E. E. HART
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
5o hiinl iscot eii-i'a d-wt ot
FOR SALE BY
A. F. LOOMIS
carload this year
'l'" rt'Woi innui fai (io.'