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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 March 1892

0 mmtt ttmm vol, wi, 3ENMGT0JST? YT.. pAY. MARCH 18, 189.2. NUMBER 9. BICYCLES ! New iPafterns Fsr 1892. Wc lmve In slock 'Bicyclcs at $150, $135, $100, S90, 880, $75, $60, $40 nnd $30? 12 dllFer ciit stylcs, 2 for Iadles, ln cliiillng tlic Columbia Sarc tlcs, 18D2 patterns. AVc ln 'tcnd (o dcvotc Caiinon Placc Hall formcrly Ihc Troy Bi 'pyclc club room to thc dis play and salcof blcyclcs. flic liall Is rcaclu'd byan 0tis clevator, and airords modcratc snacc for rldlng or trial. Wc sliall also vcry largcly Incrcasc thc scopc ofour stock or Athlctic goods, cspcchlly ln Basc-ball, Foot ball and Tciinis tlic comlng scason, and Invltc thc ,xara Inatlon or our ftock and prlccs by all bnycrs for club or prlvalc use. NIMS & KNIGHT, Cannon riacc, Troy, M. . Business JOircctorj). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 00 Adams' Ulock. Benntneton. Vt. 32 C. H. DAHL1NU. ArronNEY at law. OfBce ovcr First Natlonal bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MAltY PARTRIDGE. O iFFICEAT RESIDKNCK, COAL1 COAL1 COAL!...

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. — 18 March 1892

TOU riiKSIDENT, ItENJ. HARRISON. Tliero is 110 qucstion on tho part of tho majority of tho Itepublican voters of tho United Status that President Harrison should bo ro-nominated. Tho groat pro-pondoi-anco of Ilopublican sontimont is ;n his favor. His re-nomination is tlio natural and logical outcomo of tho polit ical situation as it will appcarin Minno apolis in Juuc. Ho ought to bo ro-nomi-nated bccauso ho lias filled tho offico of l'residcnt with crcdit not only to him solf but to hisparty. Ilis partisan crit ics cannot flnd anything to wliich they can mako valid objection. If ho had dis playcd lack of judgmcnt, mado raistakcs, or left tho dooropon to Ueinocratic as sault upon tho administration it would speedilyhavo bcon mado apparont by his cncmios, who havo been lylng in wait for tho opportunity to urgo tho attnck. Ho has conductcd liis oflico in such a man- ner, and with such prudenco, wisdom, and busincss ability that his party has had 110 occasion to cxcusc, anologizo, or do...

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. — 18 March 1892

THE BENMNGTON BANKEK, EBIDAY, MAECH 18, 1892. COItltESPONDENCE. The Garden Clty's Frosperlty. Chicaoo, February 28th, 1802. To the Edttor of the Banner: Dear Sm: Thcre has bcen somo very impor tant sales within tho city liraits of Chi caoo lately, in which millions are in volvcd, and theso salcs seom to bo m crcasing within tho list fow months. If tho sales of roal estato continuo for months to corao, as in tho past, thcro soon will bo no liraits to this city, as it is sprcading in ovcry direction. Tho landed proporty which . has boen dis- posedintodiiTcroiitlianusis 10 uo uuui upon by wealthy peoplo. Tho salcs aro not for speculation but for actual sct tlors, who aro to becomo citizens of this wonclerful mctropolis. Itesidenco prop orty is in good demand at tho prescnt timo. As in tho past, thcro scems to bo no lct up. Thcro is plenty of prairio yct unoccupied, but tho prospect is vcry ilat torinR that theso vacant lots outsido of tho city limits will very soon bo built upon. Ono o...

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. — 18 March 1892

THEj BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, MAECH 18, . 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 181)2. Mrs. Dr. Tkuli. of Manchester, visit cd in towu this week. Mits. Henrritta B. Adams is in Albany, N. Y., for a fow weeks. Cashikr Clement -II. Cone lias gono cn a needed vacation of two weeks. Nelsox Burmtt and wifo of Fort Ed ward, N. Y., wero in'town ovcr Sunday. There is talk of a leap ycar ball to bo given direct)y after Easter by our fair daugljters. Miss H. J. Moro an has returned frora her trip to Poughkeepsio, N. Y., and New Jcrsoy, of a month. Mits. John IIusted and son, Waltor, roturncd to their hoino in Gcorgetown, Col., last Monday. L. D. Hamlex and wifc, started yes terdayfor Buffalo, N. Y., to visit their grandchildren. Mr. Ilamleu cxpccts to o abscnt about two weeks. A OENTI.E5IAN from Now York pur chascd and ordored shippcd this weok, sovoral well bred horses from the stablcs of tho Mcssrs. Dewoy and Merritt E. Burgess. The Bennington corrcspondent of tho Troy Ti...

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. — 18 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, 1RIDAYS MAECH 18, 1892. Ttie Toim Tax Rnte. Ycar by year tbo listcrs in the difTer nt towns havo bcon moro and more lcnient stnd tbo liats frcqucntly havo grown smaller ln most cascs and tbo tnx rato bighcr. In tbo list below tho tmvn tax alono Is givon in most cascs, cspccially in tbo smaller rates namcd: llarre, 50c. bigbway30c; Joricbo, 100c; Essox, COc; Huntington, 40c; Johnson, lOOo; St. Albans, 0To; Whiting, 20c; Chittenden, 00c, hichway 30c; Berlin, 75c; Fairfax, 74c; Ripton,' 100c; Bridport, 20c; Addison, :)sc; Weybridge, OOo; 1' ranklin, 100; Dicreucr, iuc; ijiuuuiu, :80c; Grand Islo, 115c; Sborebam, 2uo; JUU11B.LU11, 4UU liun iiAitiivw fonl, 50c; Proctor, 2oc; Cornwall, 55c; Waltham, 45c; Westminster, 100c; Stowe, 05c: Brandon, 50c; St. Georgo, 12c; Westfield, 45c; Hinesburgb, 15c; Montpelier, COc; Colchester, 30c; Char lotte, 33c; Richmond all, 25c; Shelburne, 21c; Waterbury, COc; Milton, 23c; Bristol, 25c; Royalton, 53c: Morristown, 30c anu 25c hie...

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. — 18 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892. "A KKQULAIt LITTLE IMP." Tliat was what thoy callcd him, tho irasciblo good pcople of tho town a refjular little irap. lle was so brimful of innocent misoliief, 8 o prcssed down and runuinjr ovcr with- it, that ho was in a continuous buubiv stato. or cxistenco lorcvcr in or cettincr out of niischiof, Ho was a bit of a boy, not older than soven gay littlo ycars;a debonairr dimpl cd mito with creat bluo oycs and s tangled mass of yellow curls; so packcd "with propcnsity for gotting into scrapes tliat tnero wasn't a squaro lucn 01 tno sturdy littlo body that did not stand rcady for ono any hour of tho day. Ile know just whoro tho carlicst birds built thotr nests, just whcro tho minnows wcro to bo found in shallow watcrs know whero nuts grcw, and whero ber- rics woro tho iniciest and bmtrest. and with all tho loro of tho woods tho busy brain unucr tho brimlcss liat was aston ishingly fainiliar. Ho was a motherless littlo lad, nasscd around...

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. — 18 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, IMilDAY, MARCH 18, 1892. ItEsOCItCES OF VERMONT. Tho Board of ARriculturo proposos to issuo a pamplilot tho prcsont season which wlil bo largcly dovotcd to adver tising Vermont propcrty. It is oxpoctcd that about 10,000 copics will bo publishcd and circulatcd. Farms, mills, wator powors, quarries and sum mer resorts will bo givon a placo in tho work, and csnccially chcap farms, or farms adaptcd for summer homos, and mills, etc, that nccd buildiug up and addcd capital, that aro now for salo at a low pricc. Iligh priced farms and onter- Eriscs that aro now doing a profitablo usincss aro not witliin tho scopo of our work. Porsons owning propcrty of tho classcs mcntioncd, which thoy wish to disposo of, aro rcquostcd to scnd description to tho Board provious to April 15th. Thoso desiring to advcrtiso farms will, on ap plication, bo furnished with blank for making description. All advcrtisemonts must contain prico of proporty and tcrms of paym'cnt. A chargo of two c...

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. — 18 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, MAECH' 18, 1892. IF YOU WIS H TO DRES 0 0 FASHION ABLY, SENS IBLE & PR OFiTABLY zmza.:k::k! R'S PREA TROY -- CAS H BAZAAR. fiLACK AND COLORED SILK RIB BON FRINGES, For Dress Trlmmlngs, $1.40. 50 PIEGES BLACK DOUBLE WARP SURAH SILK, Stroner, durnble nnd hrllinnt flnlsh, wortn (50c pcr yard JFrear's prlcc 49 Gents. IF YOU ARE MTERESTED IN WHITE GOODS YOU SHOULD SEE FREAR'S ASSORTMENT OF DIMITY. They are dlrcct from Belfast, arc madc of thc Ilncst Sca Island cotton, blcached on tlic Ilncst blcach In Ircland. Ask to scc (Iic onc inarkcd 25 Ceiiis, FRENCH BATISTE IN WHITE GROUNDS With liandsomc colored Ilgures nnd henistitchcd strlpcs, arc now markcd at Frcai's Wasli Cooc's Department 20 Gents. A MARCH SPECIAL IN DRESS 50 picccs of doubls wldth all wool $1 Sprlng Drcss Coods at 75 Cents Letter Frora tho Ilon, M. Clarke to niel Iiolllater, In Groluvlllo Sentlnel, Poultney, Vt., Feb. 2, 1802. Ilon. Uiel Hollistcr, Vcnerablc andDearFrtend : Old mcn livo in...

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. — 25 March 1892

'r-TVy.'VV'All tmmtg VOL. LEL BENNINGTON, VT., EEIDAY, JAECH 25, 1892. NUMBER 10. 1 . BICYCLES ! .New 'Patterns For 1892. Wc have ln stock Blcyclcs nt $150, $135, S100, S90, $80, $75, $G0,$4O and $30; 12 dlirer cntstylcs, 2 for liulles, ln clndlng tlic Columbia Safc tics, 1S)2 patterns. We lii tend to dcrotc I'annon. Placc Ilall fornierly thc Troy BI ycle club room to tlic dls l)Iay and salc of blcyclcs. riic Iiall ls rcaclii'd byan Otis clcvator, and allords moderatc spacc for riding or trlal. Wc shall also very largely lncrcasc tlic scopc ofour stock or Athlctic goods, espccially lu Basc-ball, Foot ball and Tcnnls tlic comlng scason, and invltc tlic pxani ination of our slock and prlccs by ali bnycrs for club or prlvatc osc. NIMS & KNIGHT, Cannon Placc, Troy, N.Y. THE BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MA11CII 25, 1802. Entered at the Bennington P.O.ai aecond-class matter by C. A. PIERCE, Publisher.l Terrns. $1.60 per year, strlctly ln advahce JBusincss JDircctorj). C. H. MA80N. ATTO...

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. — 25 March 1892

, .JTHE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, MAECH 25, 1892. " . Cf ; j , ' " 0-: 2IUSIIELS, OFJVHEAT-AND ' REL8 OF POliK. BAll- TUE McK.TNI.EY IIIIX MAKES NEW MARKETS FOR A31ERICAN FAKM-EKS. Tlavr Acrlculturul Interekts Have Been Foatored Undor the Kenubllcan Tnrifi" A Stronfrand Splcnitid Sliowlnc for Pro tectlon snd Heclproclty Ilome ,nnd XTorelgn Nnrketn Uxpandlng ,Unlly Fntts Plalnly Statod The Trluroph of ltennbllcan Reciprocity. Undor tho famous lcad of Mr. Ilatch, of Misaouri, tho Domocrats in Congress liave adoptod a resolution instructing tho Committco on Agriculuro to investi jjato and report upon tho offccts of tho McKinloy bill on agrioultural industry. In tho courso of tho dobato to which this rosolution gavo riso Mr. Ilatch rcseutcd tho imputations of somo Kopublicana who suggestcd thattho invcstigations would hc, and was intonded to be, a bit of partisan humbug. Mr. Ilatch pro tcsted to tho contrary. It was dcsired, io said, siraply to gct at tho facts; tho Domocrats wished 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. — 25 March 1892

THE; BENNINGTON BANNER, PKIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892. n or snuT. Congressman Walker to the Antl-Free SUver Democrata-How Massachuiettt Yoters -wero decelved on the lat Klect tlons. Congiessman Walker of Massacbu setts clolivercd a speooh on tbe tariff in tho Houso last weok, in tho conoludinfj portion of whioh tho followinR occurs: "I heg to tcnder youmy personal thanks for your kind grcotinf. I am do Hghted to seo so many present, becauso it soems that i tho Doraocrats havo car ried tho city thoy can't carry it very far. Torhaps tho vory bcst oxample of tho differenco bctweon tho Domocratio and tho Kepublican party can bo secn in tho coming oxcursionof Japhetb in search of bis father, David in soaroh of tho Prosi denoy laughter and great applause, which is now vislbla undor tho Southorn horaisphero. David B. Hill is a typical Domocrat, and lio ought to bo tho Presi dontial candidato of tho party becauso lio rcprcsents it IIo is liko it IIo tm dorstands it, and in a short timo, if ho is e...

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. — 25 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, MIDAY MAJOH 25, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1802. A. J. Dewet has sold two lota this wock at tho lower cnd of Dowey avonno, The "King's Daughters" will moet with Miss Hutchinson Friday, April 1st at 4 p. m. F. M. Tiffanv is confinod to his bod -with a sprain of his ncck, that provos to ho quite serious. Mits. J. C. Blackmer and Mrs. A. B, Connorof Manchester Depot, visltod in town this week. Mrs. Electa Holton anddaughter of iiatuo urccK, .aiicii., are visiting thoir rciativo, jurs. uavm uarpcnter. A caii oft tho track delaycd the morn ing traiu yestorday on tho Lobanon Springs railroad, but tho blockado was soon raised. Elijaii Dewey has rccently sold n building lot to Dowoy Dunhani on Dun- ham strcct, and Iio lias mado a com inenccmcnt to build a cottago thoroon. Mrs. Sarah J. Potter, who has passcd tho winter with hor marriod daughtcr in Jamestown, N. Y., returned to-day and is to occupy lier School strcet dwelling. Mrs. Geo. F. L...

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. — 25 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ER1DAY, MARCH 25, 1892. North Pownal. Thanks; Mr. Charles Nortliup, wlioso wifo, now rccovcrinp, has beon sick for a nutnber of wceks, wishes to mako a publio acknowledRoment of trrateful ob ligation to his neighbors for tlieir irlcnd lyassistanco duiing tliis tirao of his trlal. Town Mcotins: If ynu would ascertain tlio culturo anuintelligonco of a coramn nity JJof peoplo, observe how thoy act whcn in masscs. In dclibcrativo bodics men will group tliemsolvcs according to tbeir idea of thinfjs, and their conduot on theso occasions will ejcprcss either thought or tlio absoneo of it, broad or very narrow viows, much as tlieir privato lifo is selflsh or public-spirited. Tho question usually considered in town mcoting aro simplo oncs, with fow com plications. Iu tlio clioico of offlccrsitjs notdifficult to find raen to flll tlio places of trust. Espccially iu tlio lowcr ranks tlioro aro plcnty of men who scck oflice, sorao of tlicm conscicntious enough to try to d...

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. — 25 March 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAJSHSIER, FKIDAY MARCH 25, 1892. OPKINQEK AND HIS LAMli. sJprinRer had a little Umb, Its flcece was white as noir 'And nyery place tbat Springer went The lamb vu madx to go. lt went wlth lilm to CoBeress once, Where lambs have little pnll, And there tne bouquet ConRressman Vent stralghtway for 1U wool. "What makes the lamb fear Sprlnjer so" Tbe people all dld cry, Oh, Bpringer has a notlon that lis wool is much too hlgh." And what rtoes he propose to do?" "Why, klll the lamb, and roam In foreign lands to get the wool We eught to rlse at home." THENKW DOCTOK. Geutlcmen," said Colonel Ferguson Trido, addressinpf certaln othor promi nent citizens of Now Chicago thcn Rath rcd iu tho single room of tko combined real estato, loan, insuranco and collcct ion oifico and bachclor residenco of tho speakor, "woareconfrontedby .mepoclt. Ucrotoforo, it has boen our policy to velcorao iraraigratiou with onen arras, so to spcak, but now tho timo lias arriv d for tho oxerciso of disc...

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. — 25 March 1892

THE -BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892. MAYNAKD'S LETTIJK. It has becn a long timo sinco tlio pub lic has seen such an cxhibition of brazen impudenco as that containod intlic at tomptcd dcfcnso of Isaao II. Marynard, tlio accomplico of David B. IIlll in stcal ing tho scat of tlio lato Senator Dcano. This "defonso" of Maynard cousists of an open lettor to Judgo Earl aud Judgo Follott of tho Court of Appcals. It was of courso brouglit out by the action of ,the New York Uar Associatiou ln voting 'fortho appointmont of a committee of nino merabcrs to iuvestigate Maynard's conduct in reforenco to tho thoft of tho tDutchess county roturns. Tho com muuication nffords abundanc internal cvidonco that if this iuvestigation had not bccn set on foot, tho disgraced and dospiscd Judge Of tho Court of Appeala would not havo venturod to opon his lips on tho matter. .Maynard does not dony tho part ho took in tho affair. Ho adraits with a cynical cffrontery worthy of his master, Hill, that ho...

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. — 25 March 1892

THE i BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892. STATE NE1TS, The? dates of the Stato Firemen's mceting at Middlebury liave been chang- ca to Juno M aua juiy 1. Charles Harris of Ludlow, was last week llned ?10 anu costs for assaulting Joseph llarris, uis brotuor. ratriok Flaherty of Island Pond, fell Iuto a pit in the cngino liouso thcre last AvceK, antt was senousjy injurea. Eddio Sawyor of Ludlow, was last weok linea liveu doliars ana costs lor Vjlackiug the eye of G. W. Bates. Mrs. Ililand Johnson of Plymouth, fell a few days ago and split ono kneo cap; ucsHtcs spuutering tiie uoncs 01 tno joint. . Miss Erama Peck, au employo iu the woolen mill at Ludlow, had ono hand Tiadly mangled last week by gcttiug it caugut in a loom. John Keefo, aged 14, whilo oiling maclunery in tlio snatn suop in iscuows Falls last. weok, got one arm caught in a lielt and broken. Mrs. H. F. Austin of Vergennes, 10 contly fell the cntire length of a flight of stairs and broko her elbow, besiiles 10 oivin...

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. — 1 April 1892

mtmi: niwgunt VOL. LIL BENNINGTON, VT.,. FltfpAY, APRIL 1, 1892. NUMBER 11. COLE & $?? We lcad the proccssion in our selo ment' is completo, and will be kcpt so show cotnmon senso novelties of a hig dinary bestgradcs, yet tho prices aro cases vo quoto bclow tho raarkot. Wo attractivo dcsigns and peculiarly icfin $$3$s3&J$0O$03$$$ Goods, apd wou 40& $$$0 QQQQqP 3sS ploasod to havo you call .and inspeot Yos, theve is a liyoly inquiry about our last year, and crcated so much surpriso say that wo aro giving spccial attonti carry doublo tho usnal quantity and vari whero thoy can bo bought as low, and Thar) Our Prices, We livoly trado in theso goods. Our line bo excellcd. Tho prices are closo on wo tako spccial pains to procuro and blo styles and most popular mako of prices. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and seo us. JBusincss HDivcctorj). C. H. MASON. ATTOllNEY AT LAW. Adanis1 Hlock. Bennington. Vt. 83 C. 11. DAItLlNU. ArrORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over First National bank,...

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. — 1 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, tfRIDAY, APBIL 1, 1892. SPRING. Wbcn tbebreath of tbe chill Winter, freezlnR and atill, Steals o'er mountain and hushcd plaln below; When tlin eartli Rlistexs brijrht, In its blanket of white. I am born 'mldBt tbc frost and tbe tr.ow. In my cradle of ice, Of fantastic dovlce, I sllentlrslumbernnd wait; I am lulled by the wnll Of the wild Marcli gale, lill tbe scason grows nged and late. For well do I know. The' tbe lifelcfe winds blow From the Wlnter's unmerciful mouth, Tbat these hllH wlll be green, And tliat I shall be queen, When my cohorts coiie up from tbe South. I.Ike nignt In the Weet, SSo I slumbrously resi, Til the storm trumpeti fall on my car, Allfilled with the life Of the terapests at strif, And I knowtnat mylegions arc bere. Then, giown strong in my sleep, 1 exultantly leap To the combat, an emprtss o'cr all; I ballmy Jalrhosts From the warm. sunny coasts, Wherc the frosts ani'. tbe snows never fall. And the powera of the North. Llkfl white phant...

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. — 1 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, APRIL 1, 1892. JOHN D. KOCKFELLEIt. Magnate ofthe Glgantlo Oll Trust irhlch Isto be Dlssolved. In consequcnco of hostilo lcgislation in Ohio it is announced that tho Stand.ird Oil trust is to bo dissolvcd. Tho ohiof of this far-reaclring combination and rich st of tho oil kincs is Jolin D.RockfclIcr, vvhoso income is 20,000,000 a yoar. Tho presidont was educated- in Cleveland, Ohio, whero 30 yoars a?o lio was tho jiro priotor of a small reflnery. From this teRinning ho has achiovcd his great woalth and power. IIo spemls a great part of his tinio in New Tork, whero tho ofliccs of tho company aro situatod, and in other places bosides Clevoland, but is 8till superintendentof thoSunday sohool of ono of tho Baptist churches of that clty, attcnding its sessions whenovor ho can do so. IIo has long been an earucst mombcr of tho Baptist donomination. to tho intercsts of which ho contributes lib crally. Jlr. Kookf ollor has mado a splon dicl contribution, said t...

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. — 1 April 1892

f 4 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, APEIL 1, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1802. Miss Moroan's "Eastor Salo" occurs April 5th and 0th. Sco noticein anothor placo. Mr. ami Mrs. Hovev of Licccstcr, Mass., have beou visiting a.t I. E. Gib son's. O. W. Harwood of Troy, N. Y., visit cd his parents in this villago, a fow days rcccntly. Mns. John Wylie has beon worso for a week, but wo hope to hcar that sho is bcttcr. Miriam D. of R. Lodgo licld a very on joyablo social at Odd Fellows' hall, Tucsday ovening. Tiie cadots returned from Northfield last Friday, to rcmatn during tho two weeks' vacation of Norwich Univcrsity. 1. Crawfoiw has bcen quito ill for somo weeks. Ho has roturned from lloosick to his Bennington Ccntro rcsidence. John II. Ayhes, tho tailor, has just rcecived a flno stock of driving gloves dog skln, oil tau buckskin, etc. He says it is tho largest assortment of thcso goods ho has evcr brought to town, Miss L11..V McIntyhe has been pro sented with a B...

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