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SEMI-WEEKLif BANNER, EKIDAY, JUJNE 8, 1894.
BOKN.
JEWETT In Bennington, June 4th.'a daugb.
-ter to 51 r. and Mrs Samuel U. Jewctt.
ITlAIt II1ED.
HOR8LF.Y SPELLEP In Chesterton. F.ng.
land. May 24th, at Bt. Lultn's church by the Rev.
Canon Slntcr, Benjamln Ilorsleyof Hooslek Filln,
N. Y to Mnrlnn, s'cond dnitrhtcr of the late W.
A. 8peller, Kxq., of St. Ivcs. Hunts.
Qir.MAN.-In Atiown, III., May 31st., Mar
garet Gilman, npcil 66 vearn.
CLARK At roldnight, Tuc-day, June 5th, at
her residenre, 3 Hiztilnnd Avc. Orange, N, J.,
Sarah n whtow of Rev Frederlck G. Clark D.
D., and dauuhter of llio lute Kobert M Blach
well. Funcral eeiTiees nt reslrtence Hlghlund
Avenue .Stitlon. N. J.. Fridiv. Ji no8th, on ar
rlvalof D. L. & V. R. K. 10 10 tralu fio.n New
York.
IIULF.T Tn Bennington, Oro B , daughter of
I.ymon A. nnd Iiinily, of Shaftsbury, agea l jrs.
and 2 monlln.
CARPENTER At Noath Pownal. May 27th
Mrs. Audrla n. Cnrpenter, agd 80 j cars.
rfinco yoar wardrobe roquires
replenisliing, pnrchases should be
mauo waero uesi vaiues aru yivuu
for the money.
Thereisaneleganco of style in
our
NECKWEAR,
COLLARS,
CUFFS,
SHIRTS
-AND-
HOSIERY
, Whichseems almost impossible
vhen our low prices are consid
ered. Our CLOTHING is also first-class
in quality,make andfit, vith prices
tlio lowest.
GLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
447 & 451 MAIN STREET,
BENNINGTON, VT.
Repalrcd. sharrened and made to work as good
as new. Come and ree rao and I wlll refer you
to partles who have bad thelr lawn mowers re
pafred by me. All wo;k guarante ed. V. II. FAL
1.0ft, 117 Beech St.. near C'noper'B nilll 12t2
FOR SALE.
Beveral tons of good hay, MYKON BARTON,
8onth Shaftsbury. mi
Notice.
The stockholdcrs of the Bennington and Rut
land Rallway Coinpany are hereby notllled that
the annual meetfng of sald company and tho
electlou of dlrectors and other oitlcers of sald
company necessary to be elected by tho stock
holders,will beheldund roade at tho First Na
tlonal Bank of Norlh Bennington, on the flrst
Tuesday f3rd day), of July, A. D 1894, at oleven
.o'clock in the forenoon,
,Dated at Bennington. Vt., June 7th, 1891. 12
u u. w uakmaiv. uerk.
SMotice.
The Btockholders of the Bennington and Glas
tenbury Company are hereby aotifled that the
annual mvetinf; of sald company and the electlon
of directorsand othcr ofilcers of said company
necessary to bo elected by the stockholders, wlll
be held and made at George 'Y. Ilarman's offlce
in Bennington, Yermont. on the flrst Tutsday
(3dday),of July, A. ., 1694, at ten o'clock in
the;forenoon
Dated at Bennington, Vt., June 7ih, 1894.
18t3 W. IIARMAN, Clerk,
Hay Wanted.
Iwant to purctiaoa qnantltyof hay, either
standlng, or cut andcurcd. T. 8. PLUM1I.S31
fillyer&treet, Bennlpgton, Vt. I2tl
Kstray.
Caoe into the eiclosure'oc the aubacrlber, re
cently. one red hfer, 2 yeara old, white epot ln
forehead, white Apots on belly and lef t ear ia
notched. Ownerfis hereby requested to proye
jjiuyeiiy. pnjr ciargua unu iakq ner awayj
E1.MER GLEAgON,
Woodford. June 7th. 1S94
I2t3
A COMPETENT
DRESS RiAKER
Wishes work by tho day. Inqnlro of
Miss Anna Kane,
0ni3 433 MAIN STREET.
TO KlsTT.
SPECIAr, NOTICK-A nlce, well-flltted Ptore to
rcnt in American IIou?e Block, on and afler
i? ,1At.'.l891' Inqulre at Ainerlcan Houso.
M. C. I1EAI.Y. 9tf T-r
TENEMENT to renton llall street.
H.D. IIAI.L.
Inqiilre of
9T-F
TO RENT A imall tenement houso. Inqulre
E.B. HAimiS. 6iltf
TO RENT A dealrable tenomtnt to rent on the
T c?pP,vrir0utl1 and Weeks 6tre,eU, Inquire
. ... ...... n i-r
nn wif.HT aSvKn.'.i .
i-"""" lurco une icnements, wnn
J. modern ImprovetDcnts, elcctrlo Ilghtg, Btcam
lieat, bath roora, etc. Apply to St n. ROCK
WOOD.230Unlontreet. 1 ' "tf
TO RENT-Several desirable tenetnenta. Pos
sajslon giyen Immedlately. WJiLIAM E.
HAWKU. " 43tf
LAWN MOWERS
Tfl
SHEETINGS, ETC.
G. V. S.
QUACKENBUSH
CO.
INVITE ALL KOUSEKEEPERS TO
EXAMINE THEIR
Remarkable Bargaigs
BEFORE BUYING.
MARSEILLES QUILTS $1.25,
S2.25, $2.75, S3.50, 4, up to $12
each.
BLEACIIED AND BROWN
PILLOW MUSLINS from 10c up
to the best makes in 40, 42, 45, 48,
50 nnd 54 inches.
CIIENILLE COVERS 75c, $1.75,
$2.25, $3, $3 and $5.
VELOUR STAND AND TA
BLE COVERS $2.25, $3.50, $5 and
up to $18 each.
II EMST1TCIIED LINEN
SIIEETS AND PILLOW CASES
in a great variety of styles and
prices.
IIALF BLEACHED TABLE
LINEN S at 25c, 35c, 45c, the best
that can be found at 50c per yard.
BLEACHED TABLE LINEN S
39c, 50c, 75c, 80c, all splendid val
ues. TTJRKEY RED DAMASKS 35c,
37c, 50c, 75c, the best S7c, in
new patterns.
BLEACIIED AND IIALF
BLEACIIED COTTON SHEET
INGS, in all widths and qualities,
at lower pi ices than were ever sold
before.
CROCIIET QUILTS $1, $1.25,
$1.37, $1.50 upwards.
lirown and bleached towelings in
Hucknbuck, Scotch, Irish and Rus
sian crashes, Barnsley and Irish
twills, in all Avidths and qualities.
Job lot of napkins. Different
styles and qualities at 97c, $1.25,
$1.50 per doz, up to the flnestgrade.
Sumnier Blankets. We make a
specialtyof these beautiful goods.
G, V, l QUACKENBUSH S CO,
Corncr Broadw'ay and Third St.
Troy, N.Y.
IlaTlng purcbased one of he celebrate'dJQsn
Newcomb Fly Shuttlo T.oonn for wcavlng all
klnds of Ilac Carpets, Rugs and Curtalns. I am
prepared to do llils class of work at reasonable
prices, furnishing rngs and warp, or warp only,
or weaylng only, Prices glven on appllcatlon.
am olsoBelllnp aent for tho Newcomb l.oom
and dealer in all kindi of carpet wnrps. Write
lor prlcea and cataloguc. W.M. MaRSDEN. 103
Sliort Strett otTUnlon, Bennlngton.Vt, 41yl
THE ONLY. PLACE
IN T0WN
Toeet Fresh Fpilts and Vegetables ln thelr
season 1s at the Emporium of
J0IIN II. LAWL0B,
Sm3 M AIN BT., BENNrNGTON.
t3?A car load Just unloaded thls moming.
THOMPSON'S
STEAM LAUNDRY.
BEST WORK DONE AT
REASONABLE PRICES.
,D, A, TH0MPS0N & S0N,
713 MAIN STREET, BENNINGTON.
fs&m JkTA. w
CARRIAQE SHOP.
Carriages Ropaired amJ Painted.
UORSE SIIOEING AND OX 8IIOEING, AND
UENERAL JOBBINO.
933 EastMaln St, Bennington.
?m6
?m!$ Ladies'
AT0IDTHE HEAT 0F SUMMER
BY U8ING TUE
FAM0US 0IL RANGB
Witli Lnundry Attni-Iimcnt.
It wlll do all the Cooklne. Washlnir nnd Trnn.
Ing of the famllv and hiUlsry tho most execting
Other oll stoves are only fltted for lleht um-
merworK. xnn mmcu' can tie used the
yearround, a ithn nli ilir power of a coal
range. Iia Four PowerfulBurners whlchcan
bo uscd slncly or together accordlng to the
worK to Ut! UOMH.
It i? completn wlth gtand on Cnstors, Oven,
T.anndry Attiichiiicnt, Exlenion Top,o8helvcs,
Etc. Ordinarv Btove furnlture can bo used. It
is unllkc nll other oll rtovcn, uud owes its Su
perioalty to n Patenled Form of Constructlon
not found on other f.turcs.
Tho "Famoui." wi:i qo more work and atless
exp"nse than uny other oll storo made. No-thinglikelchaHeverb-jeiiKoen
in this placc.
Oall and $u thU wonderful stovo ltt operatlon.
MADE 1IY
Smith & Anthony Co.,
48 to 54 Union Street, Boston.
T,vr Pimffl-..tirii.i- .jj....-rtyt.y.iwwtk. ,;tAr
NOTICE TO SELL ItEAL ESTATE
OP RIIOUA I1AST1NGS, Deo'd.
STATE OF VERMONT. I In Probato Court held
Dlstrlct of Bennington, sv j ut the Probato oflice in
Benmngton, withln and forsald dlstrict,on the 0th
uayoi june, a. u. ii
Present. John V. Carnoy, Judge
O. E. Uastiuzs, ndmlnlr Irator of tho estatc o
Rhoda Hastings late of Shafts nrv ln sald dis
trict deccaacd, muke 9 appllcatlon to Buld court
for llcense to sell all of the real estate of sald de
ceacd to wit: A ce'taln pleco or parcel of land
in ttnaiiBDury, uounaea asi ,!iows untne north
bv lnnds of John Gordnn: on the east bv thnlilcli.
way: on the touth and west by landsof S.Ualusha
reproenting hat the mlo ef said real estate
wnuia oe Dencnciai to tne saiu esia'e,
WUcreupon, it is ordcrcd by sald Court, that
sald appllcatlon bereferrcd to ascssion thcrcof, to
be Jield ut the Probate oflice ln Bennington, in
sald dlstrict. on the 23rd dar of June,
A. D. 1891, for hearine and dccislon
thcrcon? aud.it is iurther ordcrcd. that all dci
sons intercstcd bo notincd hercof, by publlcation oi
notice of sald uppllcutiou and onler tdereon. thrce
wecks saccessircly ln the Bennington Bakneii,
newspapcr publlshcd at Benrlngton, and whlch
circuiates In the nelghborhood of those lnter
ested, before sald tlme ol hearinc; that tbey may
appearat said tlme and place, and if they see
cause, ooject tnereto.
By the oourt, attent,
12 JOUN V. CARNEY. Judge,
STATE OF JOHN DAILEY.
Notice of Settlement and Appllcatlon for Distrl
bntion.
STATE OF VERMONT, (
Dtrlct of Bennington,
In Probate Court. held at the Prohate Offlce ln
Bennington, in ahl dlstrict, on the 1st day of
june, A' u.t io'ji.
Present, John V. Carney, Judgo.
James A. Frazlcr. admlnUtrator of the estate
of John Dailey, late of Shaftsbury,
in' said dlstrict, deccased, presents lils ad
inlnlstratlnn accoui't forexamlnatinn and allow
ance.and makes appllcatlon for a decreeof distri
butionand partitlon of the estate of sald deceased.
Whereupor, it is ordered bysald Court, that
sald arcountand sa!d applltatlonbereferreu to a
scssldn tbereof, to be held at tho Probate Oflice
aforcsald, on the 16th day of June, A. D., lt'J4,
for hearing and dclsion therenn, and, it is fur
the ordered, that notice tbereof be givcn to all
parttcs intercstcd, by publlcation of tho same
three weeks successlvely in the iiennington
Banneii. a newspaper ptibllhed at Ucrinlngton,
prevlous to sald tlme nppolnted for hearing, that
they may appear ut sald ilin and place, and
show cause, lf any they may haye, why sald ac
count should not bc allowed, andsuch decree
made.
A record whcreof Is ordered tobo made.
A true Record. Attcst,
JOHN V. CARNRY, Judge.
A true copy of the origina Record.
10 Attest. JOUN V. CARNEY Judge
COMMI-IONERR' NOTICE.
Estate of MRS. I.YMAN BASS.
The underslgned, having been nppolnted by
the Uon. ProbaW Court fnrihe Dlstrict of Ben
nington, COMMISS'ONERS, to recoive, exam
ine and adjust nll clalms and demands ot all per
sons aguinst the estatn of Jlra. l.yman Iiass
lateof 1'oTvnaI, ln said Dlstrict, deceased, and all
clalms exhibited In off.et thereto, hereby glven,
notice that we wlll mcct for the purposca afore
sald, at the ofllco ot J, y. Wrlght,
on the 21st day of July, and 21thday of Nov.next,
from 1 o'clock, untll 4 o'clock p. m., each of Rald
days. thatsix months from the 2Ubdayof May,
A. D. 1894 is the tlme llmlted by sald t'ourt
for sald ciedltors to present thelr clalms to us for
examlnatlon nnd allowance.
Dated nt Pownal, thls 29th day of May. A.
D.1891.
JOSEPII NORWOOD,
DANIKL. T. BATES,
1 Commlsioner.
JSTATE OF HAKRIET LANE.
Wlll Presented.
STATE OF VERMONT. I
Dlstrict of rtenn'ngxon.f89
ln Probate Court held nt Probate Oflice In Ben
nington withln and for said dlstrict on the 25th day
of May, A. D.. 1891.
Present. John V. Carney, Judge.
An Instrument pnrporting to be tho last wlll
and tcstament of Iiarriet Lane. late of Shafts.
bury, In said dlstrict, deceased, being presented
by George Lane. the executor tberein
named, for probate, it is ordered by said
ncd to appear at a sesssm thereof to bo held at
, n I'.nT.nln nm t T) 1 . , ...
uw ..uuoK wmwiu uuuniiif;iiiUi 111 saiu UlSiriCt,
on the 16th day of June.A. D , lM)4.at 10 o'clock ln
agalnst the probate of sald wlll; for whlch pur-
lished threo weeks succcsslvely n tho Benninfr-
tm H A WPK n iiaironfltiaii nIn.l if I
ln thls State, prevlous to sald tlmo of hearing.
10 Attest, JOHN V. CARNEY. Judge.
sortW0
(1.
. AND
-VVR.I.N0
BestlneTcrvthingpertalnlnff to bustcess eda-
P.A nn. KrtP nniuln..,,.. n .1,1- t i.itT'r -r n
UUT5UES. Albany. N. Y.
Hair Dresser.
DEALEB IN
Cl
HUMAN HA.IE GOODS.
IVork dono in tho latest stylo and at roasonabl
pricos. BJT"Wll oall at rcsidenco if destrod.
GAGE AND NORTH ST$.-
Sm
A
t
Bicycle
Exhibit.
We nowhayeat22ThIrd St.,samples of 1894
I-MVJVICO H3 IVilUVYB i
Columdia Modkl, 3430 lbs wlth or without
brake g 125
" " 30-35 lbs best woodwhecl
in the market 123
- - ai aiiqswlthwoodrims, lti
whcl, 12 12 inch
stecringhead 140
. aa ;h ins uidles' wheel.... 125
UiCKOBY'sMoDEL.E-ai lbs full nickel and
natural wood 125
lbs full nickel and
natural wood for la
dies 125
U 31 lbs full nfckle and
natural wood. hlch
irauie. izj
jusatiku, weignt irom 19 to : Iba, wood or
liletal rlms. f-unranteed tn n&rrv
o.n i . J
New Mail, same as last y ear.prlco reduccd to 100
w LHJUUUHi..... ... ........ I'Z.,
viunci DtongaiiR, very ngnt, s;s pounds
Palmer tlro 90
unsscEST, au ids m Inch whcel, Morgan S:
Nugsl tlre 75
" 2Tlbs. 2(1 inch wheel, Morgan &
Nugal tlre 60
" 251b,24 inch whccls, Morgan &
Nueal tire 40
We have also oyer EO wheels carrled over from
last year whlch wlll be sold very low.
H. B. 1MS &C0.,
22 Tbird St Troy, N, T.
THE SWAN !
S100 WHEELS FOR. $57.00.
MODEL, 1804.
Thls wheel Is unquestlonably tho best and
eeatest wh?el in tho market for the prlce. Fully
Metal Rim, $57,
Wood Rim, $59.
1-MME WHEEL.
$55,00.
The mannfactiirers have forbldden the proper
namc of thls wheel tobe published.as the price
qucted is less than a great many agents have
paid for same, and selllng ior more money
t37Couie and examlne thcso wheels before
uu ing eisevnere,
John W. Kemp,
419 MAIN STREET. 1
OALL ANB SEE
-THE-
i
We are conftilent we can nlcasc
you in
-AND-
GOODS,
AT OUR MAIN STREET ST0RE.
E, L,
Wl
AT SMITH'S.
Call and see our new sprlng Ilno of
STRAW . HATS !
All the latest slylcs aud shapes Just recelved
from tho most fashlouable makors. Oar prices
are right, and low to sutt the tlmes, aud wo aro
Bore we can please you.
NORTH STREET,
BENNINGTON.
NEW GOODS
MCHOLS
' 8
THE DEERING IDEAL BICYCLE BALL BEARING MOWER !
THE PKIZE-WINNER OVER. ALL.
Tho Deering Pony Gteel Bin Jer.
01112
TTDOE S
li TME EA8IE8T tWMm HWLi IBQ Td
W ALD: IT MA8 MORE NEW M NOVEL
W69EEL
. 459. MAIH STREET, KKBieTfltS, VT.
JUNE,
Is the month
DEV0ES'
Are caeapest because they are best. Quick drying floor paint,
Pure Lead, Oils and Japans, Varnishes, Window Glass, Dry Eal
somine, Paint Brnshes of every description. '
PLASTSOO, READf FORUSE BY ADDING COLD WATER.
It takes the place of Kalsomine, and is far superior.
519 MAIN STREET,
FF
There is an
Insurance Ao-erit
In Burlington. Vt.. who IsnavtntfnfV ttm nnll.
cles he sold twenty years ago. See what the un
derslgned say about theirpolicins.
No. 88,559.
'It seems to mo that the slmnln ntnrv nf ti.i.
policy ought to help you to Insure every lnsura.
ule man In the Stato of Vermont. Xhat the man-
agers ot tue oociety nav6 aemonstrated great
nu.iibv is Duumi uy kiie ut;cesa ox my poncy.
I thinkso well of the Enultahle lr a.-Mml f-r
perlence that my sons wlll now Insure thelr lives
n aauiuonat amounts in thls splendid t'ocirty "
M. O. UAV1S.
No. 88,082.
'I deBlre to exnress mrentlrA ftAtfafnftlnn
wlth thls investment and trust that you can quote
thcso results to Incrcase the numbcr of policy
uuiui-m iu jiour goou oui socieiy.
I.UU UAKUIJNUiUJM.
No. 88.744.
that he poUcy was not for flve tlmes as much."
MILTON G. BROWN.
No. 87,622.
"Thanklnc vnil fnr thesnlpnrllrt Tin1Fiv T h.va
bad, and wlshlng the Equltable continued suc
ccss, I remaln. IIENRY A. 8M1TH."
"One fact is worth a thousand theorics."
Any one dcsirlnir Life or Endowmcnt Insurance
can get astatementof what such pollclesare be-
mg Beiiieo at inis year uy wntme tue Uenerai
Agent at Burlington, Vt.. givlsg date of blrth sf
person deslrlng a policy.
EJUTTABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Insurance in force $932,532,577
Assets 169.050,390
Surplus 32,360,760
AUENT3 WANTED
W. H. S. Whitcomb
GENERAL AGENT, BURLINGTON, Vt.
SPRUQE,
HEML00K,
0EDAR.
99 UONUMENT AVENUE BENNINGTON
The llghtest draft maehtno made.
SOUTH SIIAFTSliUltV, VERMONT.
imQjnLnDDca
EHITS THAM
to do yonr painting.
MIXED PAIN
BENNINGTON, VT.
PRICES DOWN,-
QUALITY UP!
This is a stqryin fonr words.
It can't be beaten for brevity or
trath, if brevity is the sole of wit,
a wittier story has never yet been
told, it will bear jnst a little addi
son, the pnces are not only down
bnt they are down lower than ever
thev were before, the quality is
above gold value, it is hard to make
these extremes meet.but theymnst
to meet my wants and the present
times. A story without a moral
isn't worth reading; here is the
moral of this ono-There never
wasa better chance to pnrchase
Clothing, Hats, Caps and Furnish-
ings than at
G. B. SIBLEY'S,
501 Main St., Free Library Bnild-
ing, Bennington, Vt.
I8-T
AND
0ARRIAGE PAINTING.
Palntlne. Glaxlnir. Alabastimnir. Kalsomiolnr.
Tintlng, etc. Slgn and Carriage Painting, by
Cnarleaa.rhUlips.
UUARLE8 II. UUKNUAJI,
. 40 Union Stnet. Bennlngton.Vt.
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