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THB BENNINGTON; BANNER, FKIDAY, APEIL 27, 1894.
Lsading New York New Tork, March 17. Says a writcr in the World : Thcroisno body of mon, takon as a class, who dovoto grcater attcntion to matters of publio interest than the preachers of New Tork city, no mattcr of what denomination. Brought into contaot with almost overy phaso of lifo -and witnossing soenes of varicd charac tor, thoro aro fow mattcrs of imnortance which cscapo their attcntion. "So con stant and untiring are their labors that very fow are tho prcaohers who do not suffcr from overwork. nervous troubles and othor ailments that ariso from too much brain work, caro and anxioty. Tho nowspapers havo rcently had much to say about this overworking of our i -city ministers. which has causcd tho re- tiromcnt of soveral promiuont clergy "rneu. With a viow to discovcriug tlio t iruth of tbeso stateraouts a reporter called on somo well-known pastors and interviowod them conccrning tho mattcr. Tho liov. Dr. B. F. DeCosta, pastor of tbe Anclo-Amorican church, was seen at bis residenco. 132 West 12th strcet. "Yes," ho said in reply to a qucstion, 4,I havo becn a creat suffercr from nerv ousness that rcsultcd from ovonvork, tho past fow months having beon cxccption allv trvin! ones fnr mo T Vnrr limtj. ovor, becn greatly rolioved by tho uso of Paino's celery compound, and I havo no liesitancy in sayiug that I bcliovo it to bo -a most cxccllcnt rcmcdy for any ono troublcd with nervousness or suffering from too close application to daily duties. I am suro that it is unsurpassed as a means of toning up tho Bystom." Rev. A. K. Sanford, pastor of tho 35th Stroet M. E. church, was out wheii tho reporter called at bis residenco. 343 West 22d strcet, but Mrs Sanford mado tbe following statementinher husband's tcbalf : "During tho past ycar Mr. San iord has had a vast amount of oxtra work to do. Tho regular labors of bis church aro sevora enough, but ho was so aDxious to accomplish a great deal that bo undortook to do more than ho was Toally able to do. Tho natural conse qucnco was that bo at last found himself For tho relief and ouro of a cold in tho head thero is moro potency in Ely's Crcam Balmthan in anything clso it is Sossiblo to prescribo. This preparation as for years past been making a bril- iiant Buccess as a remeay lor cola in the . iieaa, catarrn ana uay lover. Usect in tSJie imtial staccs of theso comnlainta. CreTftm Balm proventa any serious de- voloTOraent of tho symptoms, whilo al most Inumherless cases aro on record of radicaiSpures of chronio catarrb and bay lever aior au otuor treatmcnts havo provea oiij) avaii. PresidcntCievoland. accordlnc to tho statementsof jhis fricnds, proposes to stand by tho Inbpmo Taxbill to tho bit tor cnd. It will bo rcmembcrcd that ho did tho same tblng in tho Ilawaiian bus- iness. and that thpfond was so lilttnrthat nuinmo nas tastcu swoot to h m ovor OlUbUt Tho marvellortls success of Hood's Sar saparilla is bafeod upon tho cortior stono of absolute mo it. Tako Hood's tnrougnout mo spring months. South Carolina's not nroHts from tho sale of liquor under tbo Stato dispcnsary systom during tho quarter cndinir Febi ruary lst, amounted to moro than $41, 000. At this rato of dovelopment tho whiskov trafflo will soon bccomo ono of South Carolina's most prospcrous indus tries. THE SUPERIORITY Of Ilood's Sarsaparilla is duo to tho tro mondous amount of brain work and con stant caro used in its preparation. Try ono bottle audyou will bo convinced of its superiority. It puriflcs tho blood which, tho sourco of lioalth, curcs dys popsia, overcomcs siok headachcs and biliousness. Itisjusttho mcdicino for you. Ilood's Pllls aro purcly vegetablo, carofully proparod from tho bost lugrcd ients. , Hpn. Goorgo F. Edmunds continuos to bo tho tcrror of ovil doors, although ho is now a privato citizen, as ovidonced by tbo recent Mormon oxpoiioncos and tho law which Coxoy's Comraonwpalors will run up against whon tboy mafch to tho capitol. l Doan'a ilheamatlc absolntelr cures 8re. 6 4t1 Glergymen Advise Celery Gompound. in a poor stato of health, bisnerves ovor wrought and his sleep much dlsturbed. He felt complotely run down. IIo rarely takes any mcdicino, but tho merlts of Paine's celery compound wero so well known to him that ho dccidcd to uso it as a means of restoring bis health. It certainly did do that, and I havo hcard him speak very ofteu of how muchcood be received from using it. We feel vory gratcf ul that such a rcmcdy was at hand and shall ever praiso it. Iiev. H. L. Granlicnard, pastor of tho French Prcsbytcrian church, who livos at 143 West 10th strcet, was leaving his bouso when the reporter called. IIo said, however, "I havo frequently beon relioved of ncrvous ail cctions by tho uso of Paine's celery compound. I thinkit a most reliable reraedy and shall recom mend it wherover I havo an opportunity." Itov. R. D. Winn, pastor of the Abys sinian Church, who was seen at his rcsi dence, No. 203 West 10th street, said: "My careor as a ministor of tho Gospol has beon hampercd by tho fact that for years I havo suffcred from nervousness. Three years ago I bad an attack of ner vous prostration that was so sovero that I had to tako an oxtended vacation and undergo rigid trcatmont in an endoavor to regain my health. I consultcd sov eral specialists, who trcated my caso for months, but I must say that during tho past few weeks I havo received moro beneflt from ono bottlo of Paino's celery compound than from all tho othor mcdi cincs taken. Aftcr taking it for a fow dayslcould notico tho improvemout in my condition. My bcad did not troublo nie as before, my nervcs woro stronger, and my digcstlon. which had bcen very poor before, began to improvo. I con sidor tho compound to be a vory flno romcdy, and will sprond among my con gregalion and otber f rionds tho report of . my expericnco with it." The words of tbeso geutlomon sbould bo of tho groatost valuo to all our read ers. They show that oven with tho great and wearing strains of life health and strongtb can bo presorvcd by a constant uso of tho right aid. The great nervo food above namud has dono moro to bring about tbis stato of things than any- SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR FOR FIF TEEN CENTS. Upon receipt of your address and flf tcen cents in postago stamps, wo will mail you prepaid our Souvknib Port- FOLIO OF THE W0KM)'S COLUSIBIAN Ex- position, the regular price is CO conts, but as wo want you to havo ono, wo mako tho prico nominal. You will flnd it a work of art, and a thingto bo prized. It contains full pago viows of tho great buildings, with descriptionsof same, and is exBcutcd in highest stylo of art. If not satlsfled with it, after you got it, wo will refund tho stamps and lot you kcep tbo book. Address II. E. Bucklek & Co., Cbicago, 111. Tho Wbited Sepulcbro from Kcntucky, Congrcssman Breckcnridgo, rises to ro mark that nothing but death can prc vent his ro-election. But to all intents and purposcs bo is already dead, ALL FREE. Thoso who bave used Dr. Kmg's Now Discovery know its value, and thoso who havo not, havo now tho opportunity to try it Free. Call on tho advortise i drug gistand got atrial bottlo free. Send your narae and address to II. R. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and got' a sample box of Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills freo. as well as n copy of Guido to Health and Houso- liolcl lnstructor. freo. All of which is guarauteod to do you good and cost you jjjw""y. u. u. uiuson's arug storo. uliero Bhould bo ne Riirnrisn nvnr tlm Bcliomo to araond tho bill to repeal tho tax on Stato bank issucs by a freo coln agei rider. Tbo two projeots for bad rnonoy go naturally togothor. lincklon's Arnlca Salve. Tho bost Salvo ln tlm world fnr ciifo bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fovor sorcs, tottor. chappcd ltands, chilblains. corns anu au oruptions, and positivoly ourcs pilos or no payrequired. It is (TJarantecd togivapprfnjt satisfaction or money refunded. Prico 25o porbox, For salo by C. D. Gibson. Is Grover tbo fororunner of Ooxoy? IN THE SPRING Nearly ovorybody nccds a good mcdi cino. Tho impurlties which havo bcen accumulatod in tho blood during tho cold months must bo oznnlled. tho mlld days como, find tho offcct of of Paine's 1 c"..-.. tbing before known, and its popularity is only natural. What tho Now York clergymen say to day has beon saia timo and again by cquaiiy as promincnt mon oisewhcro. Tho caso of Kcv. C. J. Budlong of Rhodo Island, who was recently ontirely cured of insomnia by tho uso of Paino's celery compound. is frcsh in tho minds of news- paper rcaders, and tho following lottcr from Itov. J. G. Laird of London. Ont., whose portrait is givon abovo, is of spo- uiui nuuresi; "Havinir received irroat bonefit from tho use of Paino's celery compound, .it anorns picasuro to givo my testimony iu favor of its boncficial cffecta. Six years ago, this spring, I was prostratcd with norvous debility. I was then closing my tiaui year in tno activo worK ot tno rain istry in tho Mothodist Church. Until then I had been a strong, vigorous man, and an earnest workor fn church ,work. Suddenly I becamo so prostratod that I was forced to rosign my chargo. I could not sleep, was afraid to be leftalono, and could not refrain from sbcdding toars when speaking to any pcrson. My kid ncys, liver and stomach bccame rory inucu wcaEoneu, so tnat i was a nelplcss iiiyuuu. "For about two vears I tricd overv. thing l covld hcarof, such as magnotism, olnp.trinH.V fniffnn Rni.JnrYa ntn . tnil nr plied to soveral physicians, but obtained no permanent rolief. About four years ago a frlend brought mo a bottlo of l'aine's celery compound; I oxpe'nouced somo beneflt from its uso; I got somo moreaud soon rcallzcd great beneflt irora it. ooon i siept well, my organs and nervous systcm bccamo greatly ro stored, and my dread of being alono was romoven. "I still continuoto uso it. If Igo from homo, to guard against sleoplcssness. I tako a sunply with mo. I do not expect to ba mado young again, as I am now in my 09th year, but I am a very differont man compared with what I was four or nvo years ago. Ilad I known of tbis romedy when flrst afflicted with nervous ness, my conviction is that, with tho Di vino blcssing, I would not yot bo on tho iisc oi rourca ministers." liracint .lir ?n lnsf. flin liArlw fo 1In11A bo oveicomo by dobility or somo serious disoaso. Tho romarkablo success achioved by Dood's Sarsaparilla, and tho many words of praiso it has received, mako it worthy your confidonco. Wo asK you to givo this mcdicino a trial. Wo aro Sliro it will rln vnil rrnnrl 17n.l - j w wv.. nmm tho testimonials published in bobalf of Ilood's Sarsnnnrilla nll frnm -nllni.i,. " I MUHI 1V.I111UJV. gratef ul pooplo. They toll tho story. Tlnrirl in lila ninnfiAfli vmiM ol 1. n n after his roturn from a picasuro tour in I.1 . . .. i i . ... uuiuuu, iu HcuuuuKiy rouusc neaitii, Tj.1v!fl Tlllrlnv Vinlrl wna ltn fn closo of bis careor, a striking illustration ... 1 t - ! uiuuwi uuu uuuuy vigor. FOR OVERPIFTr YEARS. Aw Old and Well Tiued Rkuely. J,ln e uuuvumg ojiui nas uuoa uRca iorover nrty years bymilllonsof mothen for their cbll dren whlle tccthlng, with perfcct eucoess. It toothes the chlld, softens the enms, allays all palrj, cures wind collc, and is the best remedr for Diarrhcea. Is pleaant to the taate. 8old bv DruERists ln every part of the world. Twenty. sare and aak for Mrs. Winslow'g Soothlmt SrruD. A MuGTWlimn fa n. tmtnr toTi r A!m.n - rt " ' iuv UlOlilVUO our Now England business mothods and will hnlfnvna l.n f . 1.1 l dress anrl livn TinTrnnH tl.: nnf..l i dition. Ilavorbill Gazotte. When Baby was slek, -wo gavo her Castoria. When she was a Child, sho c'ried for Castoria. When sho bccama MIss, sho clung to Castoria. en she had ChUdren, sho gavothem Castoria. All tlmt TTnrnn!. .1 . i uuuuuu juurnai oi civiuzation," can seo in tho Itopublican tidal wavo i3 "ro duced Domocratio majoritles." Hero is bat-blind partisanship for yu,' which would do no discrcdit tp a cross roads Domocratio shcot.in South Carollna or Arkarisas. ChUdren Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria. k THE SOUTH IN WINTER. XII, WABumoTON, D. C. April 14tb, 1894. Tho old city gato of St. Augustino, at which wo loft your roadors in our last, is the only consplcuaus rolio of the elabo rato systom of fortiflcations onco dofcnd ing tno town. st. Augustino being on narrow pennisuia running soutu, an on- ! omy could approach by lan.d only from tho north. Across this corthcra bound- ary ran alino of fortiflcations from water to water, cffective barridrs, also a moat, crossed at tho city gates by a draw bndgo. Tho gatcs woro closcd at nlght and guards wero stationed in tuo sontry boxes. Just within the gato was a guardbouso with a detachmont of troops. Tho towers aro very old, tho material coquina, 20 fcot in hoight to tho mouldings, and 10 loct deop, tlaukod by waus uuieet m lengtn, witn a road wav botwoen the pillars bf 12 fcot. Noxt to tho fort, tho city gates aro tho chief momorials of Old St, Augustino, and liko the fort. havo shared in the ruthloss domolition at vandal hands, yet aro well presorvea. We loavo them regrotfully and follow St. Georgo street south, passingits shops containing for tho most part, ourios. No loss than 22 shops in tho , town claim to havo tho only simon puro curlo, and ono doos well to halt boforo purchasinfr, Manr a doluded mortal has burdcned himself with ancient rolics, manufac tured in a back room -from trees cut within a wook. or sholls from Indlan mounds, picked up on tho boach lcss than three bours befor'o. St. Georgo is the narrow, business street, although not as narrow as Treasury street. Tho name Treasury street was given it from tho fact that tho treasurer livcd upon or ncar it, tho treasures being kept within tho fort. Following St. Georgo stroot to tho centro of tho town, we reach tho Plaza, a pleasing bit of greensward. It is a publio park of shruboery and shado trccs, witu monumonts anu tountains. It contains a bullding.au open structuro, pointed out as tho "old slavo pon," or "slave market,".and built by tho Span iards. Tho truth is, however, it nover was a slavo pon or markot, nor had tho Spaniards anything to do with it, for twenty years beforo it was built thoy had left tho .country. It was built in 1840, for tho salo of meat and othor food supplics. Itfurnishes lounging places for idlers. The namo was givon it by an entorprising photographer, sinco retircd with a full pockotbook, sccurcd from sensation-huntirv. culliblo strangers. The park takes its .namo from tho monumont erectod hero by tho Spaniards in 1813. It is a pyramid of coquina, stuccoed and wbite-wasbed, rising from a storo pcdcstal, and surmountcd by a cannon ball. Tho sccond monumont commomorates tho volunteors from St. Augustino, who lost thoir livos in tho Confederate service. The shaft is of coquina and bears tho onscription: "Our Dead. Erected by tho Ladlcs' Memorial Association of St. Augustiue, Fla., A. D., 1872." "In Memoriam, Our loved ones, who gave their livos in tho service of tbo Confederate States." "Thoy died far from tbo homo that gavo tbom birtb." "They havo crossed tho river, and rest under tho shado of tho trees." The snuaro was used as lato as 1805 as aparado ground by tbo United States troops, and has always beeu used as a placo of publio assemblago. Fronting tbo Plaza on tho north stands St. Joseph's Cathedral, complotod in 1701, which contains a bell bearing dato 1082, claimed as the oldest on tbo continont, antedating by tbese years tho famous boll in tho Dutch church at Tarrytown, N. Y.. which bears tho dato 1085. Tbo St. Fraucis Barracks aro sltuated at tho south ond of tho soa wall facing the Man- tanzas. Thoy aro occupiod by United States troops. Tho outdoor concorts given by tbo military band, tho dress parades and tho guard mount at sunsot on the parade in front of tbo barracks aro among tbe attractions of tbo town. Tbo barracks tako their namo from tho Franciscan convent, whoso forracr sito thoy occupy. Just south of tho barracks is tho military comotery. It contains three low pyramlds of masonry forming tho tombs of offlccrs and men who dicd in tho Seminole war. Tho momorial shaft, "Dado's Monumont," within tho onclosuro, records tho fact that of 110 mon, under command of Major Dado, in August, 1835, surprised by lurking Sem inoles, 109 foll dead and raortally wounded. Moro than 100 of Maj. Dado's command aro interred hero. Tho convont abovo rcforred to was abandoned when Florida was ccded to Great Britain in 1703. Whon Spain again-resumed possession of tho town in 1783, it was used as oarracKS ior mo troons of tho Spanish governor. Its brick, hroueht from tho banks of tho Hudson. still romain, although soon after its completion, tho building was destroycd by firo. Tho harbor and sov eral bcaches within easy reach afford much pleasure to visitors. On Anastasia Island, tho South beach oxtonds for mlln nd .at n. low tido. after a hoavv storra at sea, may be gathorod sholls and weod, and tho viow is flno. Mitchcll hero took his "runs" and exerciso, tho houso ho occupiod being only a few rods from tho beach. A railroad runs nearly tho length of the island, conncoting with a ferry to St Augustino bourly. Tho fort looks much moro formidablo from tho island, and no ono sbould mlss tbe viow. . . North Beach is roachcd by liait nour sail, and from tho Pavilion, ono can soe in overy dlrection ss iar as oyo can reach. Porpoises aro seen in largo num- bers in tbo harbor, and flshing is flno. Sail boats aro to bo bad in largo numbors and at 50 cents to $1 per hour, skippors will giyo ono an oxciting sail anu dis plaV moro than tho avoracro amount of skill. Thoy aro gonorally mannod by uarmes. Leaving tho harbor. wo nass throucrh tbo Plaza, to tho west, and flnd oiir- Bolvos fronting tho Ponco do Leon, Flor ida's prtdo, as also tho Alcazar and tho Cordova, all facing a largo park, lightcd at nigbt by olectricity. To Mr. n. M. Fiagler, St. Augustino owos bor presont and futuro prospority. From an ob- scuro, ancient town, sho to-day takes rank am6ng tho flrst, in our ostfraation, of tho citics of Florida. Wo shall not endcavot to skotch a botol costing ovor throo million dollars, or more than call attcntion to her lesser, but no lcss nota blo inns, Cordova and Alcazar, all owned by Mr. Fiagler, and that thoy aro to him oxpousivo luxurios is conccdcd, but that any man, oven with an annual incomo of somo six millions, should seo bost to ox pend tho sums neccssary to build and maintain theso and othor imnrovemcnts. shows him to bo public spirited. to say tho lcast. Tho Momorial Presbytorian church, crccted in 1880, in momory of Miss Fiagler, surpasses in oxtorior doco ration any in St. Augustino. Somethlng of its intorior may be judged from its pows, mado from solid mahogany, tho material alono costing sixty thousand dollars, and that of tho nltar and choir thirtv-two thousand moro. Liko tho hotols, tbo church is of coquina and sandstono and brick. Iho concroto strccts in tho town woro built through tho samo agcncy, as well as tho many ot coteras.of tho town. An idea of tho slzo of tho Ilotol Ponco may bo had from its parlor, 101x63 fcot, and tho dinlng ball, 00x150 foet, ecatintr 800 gucsts. Tho hotol has 450 rooms, nMiw it VA Llt III i for Bnfants Do Bateman's Drops, Oodfrey's most remedles for chfldren aro composed. of oplum or morphlno f Do Yon Knog that oplum ond morphlno are 8tupefylne narcotlo polsons 1 Po Ton Know that in most countries druBgIsta are not permltted to seU narcotlcs without labellng them polsons f Po Ton Know that you should not permlt any modlclne to be given your child unlosa you or your physlclan know of what ltis composed 1 ' ; Do Yon Know that Castoria is a purely vegetablo preparation, and that a 11st of lto Ingredlonts is published with every bottle J Po Ton Know that Cactoria is tho prescriptlon of the fam'ons Dr. Bamnel Pitcher. That it has been In use for nearly thlrty years, and that moro Castoria Is now sold than Of all other remedles for chlldren comblnod t Po Ton Know that tho Tatont Offlce Department of tho United Btatos, and of other countries, havo Issued excluslvo right to Dr. Pitcher and his asslgns to use the word Castoria " and its formula, and that to tmltate them Is a stato prison oflense t . ' . Po Ton Know that ono of tho reasons for grantlng this government protectlon was becauso Castoria had been proven to be absolatoly harmlosa? Po Ton Know that 35 avornco doses of Castoria aro furnlshed for 35 cents, or one cont a doso t Po Ton Know that whon possessed of this perfcct preparation, your chlldren may bo kept well, and that you may havo unbroken rest 1 "WoII, theso thlnE. aro worth knowlng. They aro facta. Tho fao-shnUo Bi(Tnatnro of ChUdren Cryfor and measures 380x520 fcot ontho ground Tho towors riso 1G feet. Tho inner court, with its tropical vcrdure and pretty fountalu. all lighted by colored olcctric hghts, form a fairy scono long remomoered. Wo could cxtcnd our stay for days and flnd amplo to enjoy. Wo approached it anticipatinclv and loavo regrotfully. All througbout tho Stato, visitors ask of each other: "Ilava voii bcen to St. Auguatine," and unless ono includes it in their list, Florida cannot. havo beon seoa. Tho rccipo adoptcd bv tho lady in sweoteninL' nienlant nin would bo well to use in caso ono antici- patcs a Florida tnp, but money c'onsid orations asido, wo bellovo tho State f u'r- nishos as much, if not moro, to attfact tho tourist, than any in tbo galaxy. uor cumato aiono would do cnough. added to this tho tropical growth with all it implles, tho fruit, flowors, birds and reptilos, and no mattcr what ono's tasto may uo, it can bo satisficd m a measuro at least. Lieavmc at. Aucustino at 1.15 -n. m.. an nour anu a quartors riuo and we aro again in Jacksonville, which looks not Suito so forlorn and dcsolato as on-'our rst vlsit, as wo bave bosomo hido bound and tho sand does not appal us as on our flrst arriv.il. After a short stop, wo began our bomoward trip and in due seasou arrivcd attho Xational Capitol in timo to hcar David B. Ilill scoro his party in general and Grover in particu lar. A weok or moro hore, and wo tako up tho thread of our lontr iournev. ond ing at Arlington, tjio tnp nas civen us great picasuro and wo trust it may havo in a measuro ueon lnteresting to your road ers. Would wo could brine with us tho sccncs visitcd, and particularly tho cli mate. Should bo glad to distributo it througbout Vermont that it might bo onjoyed by all. If wo can bo of any uso to.your rcaders by answorinir micstious as to tuo 8unny boutu, and particularly lloricla, to do so at any timo would givo picasuro to u. t. isaton. HUDSON. fine candies. choigeIruits. Opera House Block, BENNINGTON. Gcorralorlocat AnprjQ (17 tZ ftck. Kiclufre tinii'ifj, Th KipU UUh Vahf r. U'tiiuaftll ib dlabi fur & fioilljr laout lulnnte. Wshfi, iin KUtl ltlc tbrm vlthoat vrttiDC tlia hiud. Yoa Iaihth balion, thetnaclilDBdoei thsrfiU Hriibt.toUth.tl diabti. ud cbeerfol wlv. No icatded fltjgert.noioHed biod ior cloihtog. NQbrokendlibei.tiomuM. Cbcp, durtblt,vuraatfd.CIrcui,rirrM. IV P. HABKI80N A CO., Cltrk Ho. 13, Columbu, O. FAT PEOPLE PaiikObesitt Pills will reducejyour welpht i-KiuiArh;iN 1 1.1 rrom vt 10 la pounds a month. NO STAKVINO nlckness or' fnjury; NO PUli i. ihey bullu up tne healtli and beautlry npl';xlon leavinc no WHINKLKS or Uabbl. ness. STUUT AUDOMAN8 and dimcult brcath Ingsurclyrelleved. NO EXPERIMENT. but a sclentine and posltlve relief , adopted only after years of experlence. All ordcrs suppllcd dlrect from ouroolcc. Price $3.00 pcrpackage.or three packages for $5 00, by mall poitpaid. Testlmou lals and particulars (gealed), 2 rts. tSTAll Correspondenco Strlctly Conddf ntlal. PARK REMEDY C0,, Boston, Mass. (Im6) IFYOU WANT INFORHATIOH ABOUT Address a letter or noital card to Tm: i'uess viiAtns coni'Airr, JOHN weoderburn, - Managlna Attorney, WASUIKaTON. D. O. x.u.uox 4ua. SOLDIERS, WIDOWS, CHILDREN, parents. . Alio, f or Boldlers and Sallors d lubled ln the ltne of onty In the rccular Armyor Navy slnee the war. BorrlTori of the Indlan wan of 1833 to 1842, and their wldows, n o w entltled. 014 and reJeeted clilmj a ipcrlalty. Tnonsanda entltled to hlRber rato. Bend forncwlaws. Mo chargo t or advlec. Holco njatUiacccsifol. REMOVAL, Dr, J. W. Itacette ha removcd his offlce from Maln strcet to tho corner of North and Qapo trecti. pu and ChUdren. You Know that Faregorlc, Cordial, many Bo-called SoothlnB Svtuds. and Is on every ETttppor Pitcher's Castoria. WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN Writes as easyas any pen; does notblot; ALWAYS ready for use. jChanncQf M. Dopow, Rev. Lyman Abbott, fflev. Leonard W.Bacon, tRev.Tlios. E. Beecher, "It is jEate Field, the best Hon. Wm. E. Gladstono, Foun tain Pen Says Col.T.M. Higginson, Oliver WendellHoImes, Hon. Jolin D. Long, John Wanamaker, Gen. Alex. S. Wetb. Hon. Carl Scliurz, Rev. Heber Newton, and Uiousands of others. C. A. PIERCE & C0. Solo Agents for'Bennington County. CallatBanner Stationery Store and oxamine a full line. Ilavlng pnrchased ono of tho celebrated Newcomb Fly Shuttle Looms for wcavlns all klndsofRac Carpets, Kugs anCnrtalns, I am preparedtodo this class of work at reasonable prlcca, furnlshlng rags and warp, or warp only, or weavlng only. Prlces given on application. am also selllng acent for tho Newcomb l.oara nnd dealcr In all klnds of catpet warps. Wrtte ior prlces and catalogue. WM. JlAltSDEN. 103 Short Strcet offUnlon, Bennington.Vt. 41 jl HURD'S STATIONERY-lt's theBest HURD'S STATIONERY It's the Best. HURD'S STATIONERY It's the Best HURD'S STATI0NE R Y It's theBest HURD'S STATIONERY- It's theBest A Lnrgc I-Inc. BANNER STATI0NE RYST0RE HOUSE, BGfta AND OARRIGE PAINTING. IJntlng, etc,t Blgn and Carrlago Palntlng. br uaanea u. I'nuups. CILARLK3 H. BtjnNHAM, ZtO UnlonStnet, Uenaington.Vt.