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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 1 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, APRIL 1, 1892. 5 cals. Poolo's Indcxgives a practical valuo to tlio fllcs of all tho grcat maRa zines, somo of wlilcli, tlioufrli in most cascs incomploto,aronow in tho Library. Tho Coramitteo earncstly recommonds tbo appropriation of sufllcicnt f unds to comploto tbo files of tbe grcat periodi cals, parts of whicb aro now on band, vitliout needlcss delay. It has been tbo aim of your Committeo duriiiR tbo prcsont year to maintain, and as far as tbo means at its command would Movr, to improvo upon tbo ad vantages offered by tbo reading room. to all olasscs of rcadcrs. Iloro aro to bo found many of tlio most valuablo Amcri can publications. Tho raiiRo of reading is witle, and overy dcpartment repro sented is meant to bo tbo best of its kind. On tbo list aro found tho North Amorican Kcviovr, tbo Atlantio Monthly, tho Ccntury, tbe Eclectic, tho Forura, Harper's MaRazine, Ilarper's Bazaar, Harper's AVcckly, Harper's Young Feo plo, tbe Fortniglitly lteviow, ...

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. — 1 April 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRLDAY, APRIL 1, 1892. ENGLISII LIFE AND LABOJt. AN ENGIlSU-AMlilEJCAN VISITS HIS OLD UOMK AND COMPAKK8 PRO TKOTKDANU FBKE TKADE LABOK. The Encllsh Lauorer Poorly Paid and hli I,Ivine Kzpouiea Gieater Than Tliose of nll Amerlcan ltrother. Mr. Wllliam Bcdwards, of tho flrm of Stovens & Beiwards, plurabers and con tractors, lias just roturncd fromla sovcr 4il wcoks' visit in Etigland. Mr. Bcd tvards is an Englishman by birth aud lias a large number of frieuds and rola tives in Eugland. By his own efforts in this couutry lio lias riscn to a partner sliip iu ono of tho largest csUblishments in tho West. IIo camo to tho United Statcs whcn eight yoars of age, and at tho ago of fourtecn was apprenticed to a plumbor at Fort Wayno, Ind. llts knowl ugo of mcn and mcchnnics enabled him to look about him whcn abroad. and liis relationships ailorded him additional advantages. Naturally ho was most in torcstcd in tho comparison of English mechanic and labor witli that...

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. — 1 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BAJSTNER, ERIDAY, APJRIL 1, 1892.- 7 A STRANQE BEAK BTOUY. Wlion tho C. F. iind W. W. railroad was Imilt, yoars ago, four miles o the track passcd tlirough an unbroken piooo of forcst known locally as tho Bear Don woods. Tho namo was duo to tho faot that a soamod and rocky lcdfjo, oxtcnd ing diagonally across tho wild stretcli, was a favorito lodging placo lor bears, which woro numerous in that rcgion then, and, in fact, still hold their own thoro in numbers suflicicnt to bo a sourco of much annoyanco to tho farra crs who strivo fora livingon the borders of tho woods. Tho road connected Chilton Forks with tho sottlomonts at Wigton's Willows, a distanceof 28 miles, and was bnilt to devolop tho timber and coal resources of tho rcgion. I was tho cngineorof thoconstruction train during tho building of tho road, and it was a common sight to seo boars coming out oftho woods at different points along tho lino and inspcot witli ludicrous curiosity the strango work that was go...

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. — 1 April 1892

Tm. BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, APRIL 1, 1892. EEADY I0W! NOW! EEADT I0W! STOCKS I EACH COM Tlie 27th Spring Al EVERY 01 BT H-WATER MARK. 29th, Special Orders and ENCI OF FREAR'S FIFT NG TUE Troy Gash Bazaar ons for Spri y-foor mm SDAY, will be fully Inau ng 1892, are NOW UP TO m MARCH gurated, Frear's Now All In ! Ifl Season of Frear's Importati A LARGE SHIPMENT OF BLACK SILK GRENADINES RECEIVED BY WM. H. FREAR CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING BIG VALUES IN STYLES& PRICES Four diffcrcnt widths in Satin and Grcnadine Stripe, worth $1, 75 ccnts. Ton dilTerent designs in Brocaded Grenadines, worth $1.25, $1.00 Twcnty styles in Brocaded Striped Grenadines, worth $1.23, $1.00. Plain Black Grenadines, all silk, 59c, 75c, $1. $1.25. Sewing Silk Greuadine, in plain and Brocaded in small figures and polka dots, $1, $1.25 np (o $4.50. Tho best valuo yct sold in Black Surahs is Frear's 23-inch Surah, worth 75c, for 59 ccnts. Tholargcst assortment of plain and fancy Shadow and Itainbow Silks at tho B...

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. — 8 April 1892

ttntegtet mmtt BENKCSrGTOJSr, VT., FRIDAY, APJRIL 8, 1892. NUMBER 12. YOL. in. m COLE & Wo load tlio proccsslQn in our solo mentis comploto, and will be kopt so 8how commQii sonso novcltlos of a hig dinary bestgradcs, yot tho prices aro cases wo quoto below tho markct Wo attractivo designs and pcculiarly refin Goods, apd wou SS SSS. S S$ ploascd to havo you call and inspcct Yos, tUoro i a liyely inquiry about our last year, and crcated so much surpriso say tliat wo aro giving special attcnti carrydoublo tlio usualquantity and van whero tboy can bo bought as low, and Thap Our Prices, We livelv trado in thcso goods. Our line bo cxcellcd. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako special pains to procuro and ble stylcs and raost popular mako of prices. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and seo us. THE ONE-PMC Susincss JDircctorij. C. II. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Ulock. Bennington. Vt. 32 C. II. DAKLlNli. ArTORNKY ATLAW. Offlce over Fint National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MAR...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE BENOTNGTOJSf BANJSTER, FKIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892. AMERICAN STATESMAXSIIIP. rATKIOTIO UTTEKANCES OF FRESI DENT 1IA1USJSON. A Tcit-Kook of Good Cltlienahlp Klnc lng Wortls on LIvlnK laauca The Frank Speechcs of an Amerlean Stateaman to nis Follow Citizens. From New Yerk Trlbune, Aprll 2d. Below are printed somo of tlie moro striking remaiks on mattcrs of Sational intercst mada by rrcsidont Ilarrison sinco ho was nominatcd four years ajjo. Thoy are takcn frora his speechcs at Indianapolis durinf the campaign whicli rcsultcd in liis clcction, whon tlio pcoplo wcro visiting liirn; and iluring his iutor cstine Southcrn tour whon ho was visit ing the pcoplo. Thoy would bo cnjoycd at any tirao, for tho Tresident is an ora tor who combines original thought with graphio cxprcssion in a singular dogrco. But thoy will bo cspccially intoresting now when lio is so peouliarly an object of National attcntion. In no respect has thoPresidontgratiflcd the country moro than in cxhibiting his art of put...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FHJDAT, APEIL 8, 1892. DEFERKED COONTY HEVTS. rownal. IlJecelvtd too late for last week. Milton Barborhas gone to East Pownal te llve. Asociotyof Christian Endcavortras tformed at tho Baptist church Sunday ovcninR. Wm. Iltift lias moved into liis tcne rnent, and ia at work In A. G. Parker & fion's storo. An entertainment will bo licld noxt Friday at tho Mothodist parlors, by tho Epworth Leaguo. It is thouRht 0. D. Card will mako a compromiso and rcsumo businoss. Wo liopo this may como about Two arrcsts for drunkonnoss wero mado Suuday. Tho paitles wero flned and discharged. Mrs. Anson Mason is convalescing. Wo aro glad to hear that Miss Alico Thorapson is improvhiB. Mr. Porry Flandors Qf North Adams, Mass., was up to sco us Sundaj last. Mr. A. G. Ladd and D. Thomas Batos -wero in Adams, Mass., last wcek. Mr. Edgar Pottor and his son, Frcd of Williamstown, wero in town ovor Sunday. Miss Rlioda Mason of Poultnoy acadcmy, is homo for a short vacation. Tracy D...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, iRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1692. slnsle Uople of the Banner, In IVrappera lor ITlnllliijr If Dealred. TllltliU I'enln. Mondat April 4th, Lovoly day, no overcoats, tlicrmomoter80. Mns. Fkcd Bowles is visiting rel.v tives and friends at Chatham, N. Y. Justin Kellooo and Howard Sliields of Troy, passod the Sabbath in Benning ton Centre. Mns. A. J. Coopek has bcon sponding a fow days at hor parents' horao in Northcrn New York. Mns. Geo. M. JlAiisn is seriously ill with ta Grippe. Sho has been confinod to her bed ncarly a weok. Thk Walloomsao hotel will bo opened for summcr boarders about tho 15th of May, they hayo alrcady somo applica tions. James C. Colgate is in town. also, Samuel B. Sanford and William Shields, to look over theirsummerhomcs we pro sumo. Ayres, tho tailor, comes to tho front this wcok with "spring hats," olc. IIo has a largo lino of cloths for the spring trado also. Miss M. H. Sidley's oponing of milli...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FELDAY, APEIL 8, 1892. North Bcnnlncton. W. J. Hurley bas so far improvod, as to be about liis usual business. Tho nowblacksmith shop ls comploted and Androw Nasb has commonced busi ness in it, Tho pradcd scbool opcned auspicious ly last Monday. Prof. Diessol returning to tako cbargo Tuesday. Mr. and Jlrs. JSarncst L. Nortbouso, woro made happy on Marcb 10th by tho arrival of a nino-pound daughtor. Mrs. E.D. Wlilpplo has been eloctcd presidont of tho Y. W. C. T. U., in placo of Miss Bessio Moslior, who has Rono as a brido to Compton, Minn. A black fur collar was found on tho promises of W. K. Wliito sovoral days since. Tho owner can liavo it by calling at his residonco on Iloughton streot. Tho stono mill tonoments aro boinjj paintcd and othcrwiso improvod, and aro being occupied as thoy have not boen for years witli tenants. Georgo Donnolly, in tho military school at Xoitlificld, has beon calling nponhis formor soboolmates horo. Ho looks and appcars well in hi...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE ; BENMNGTON BA2S1NEE, EEIDAY, APEIL 8, 1892. 6 BROWN OF NEVADA. "Who's tliat goinKlnto Sorimmago's?" said tho seniorpartner of Hardscrabblo & Co., to ono of his Ronoral salesmon. "Isn't that Brown of Novada?" Tho cenoral salesman jurnped up and opencd wido his oycs, as ho always did vhon Mr. Hardscrabblo called his attcn tion to anything, and concentratcd all liis onorgies ou a pair of coat-tails van- ishing into tno portais 01 uie rivai juu bing roora opposito. "By graciousl" ho said, "I'm afraid it is Brown of Novada." "That's tho sccond tirae to-day ho's cono into Scrimmago's," said Mr. Hard scrabblo. "Just look up rillikin will you, and scnd him into thooffico." Tlio ceucral salesman went in soarch of Pillikin, with a pcculiar "miscry-loyes-company" oxprcssion, and found liim looking piteously into tho faco of a Toxas man who wantod his goods at 00 lays, 12 per cont lowcr than tho cost of trausportation, and tho privilcgo of sending back at tho firm'soxpenso, sopo goods ...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FR1DAY, APKIL 8, 1892. 7 Ttecountluc Indlgnltles Imposed Upon tlio Adlromlnck Itailroad Bmployes. Tho storics of cruelties and oxtortion practiced upon tlio laborors on the Adi rondack and S Lawrenco Railroad, as sbown by our cxchangcs, nlniost cqual the inlmman usaccs of Cliuton prison. oxposcd by tho pross somotimo aco. Evi- dently tho New Tork board of motlia tion and arbitration havo gono to North crn New York nono to soou. Tho men who liavo cscapcd say that tho reports of hardships cndured by thomselvcs and their fellows aro not oxaggcrated in tho lcast. Tho railroad carap thoy likcn to Sibcria. Tho racn wero oDligcd to sleep in a shanty wliich was nothin moro than a fow boards thrown togother and which was so cold that many of tho slcop ors were frozen. Tho guards, solcctcd bocausc of their sizo and strength, aro armcd with clubs and pistols. which they flourish and cven uso on tlio slightcst provocation. Many of tho men tned to loave tho camp at ditTere...

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. — 8 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, APEIL 8,. 1892. 8 COItliESPONDENCE. Our Mlnnciota Letter. JIiNNEArons, Minn., Mar. 2Sth,lS92. To the Editor of the Vanner: Dkab Sin. I will Rive you a fow Hnes about auotlier of tho noveltics that Minneapo lis has given birtk to. Tho Kev. Way land Hoyt is pastor of the First Baptist church. I attonded hls cliuroh bunday and heard Mr. Boston W. Sraitb, who has bcon 12 years a reprcsentativo of tho Baptist Publication Society, Rivo an ac count of tho Cbapel Car "Evangel," whlch bo has in chaigo. Tho speaker, who is familiarly known as "Uuncle Boston," introduccd bis talk by an account of tho oricin of tho car. Mrs. Hoyt accompanied his brotbor, Col gato Hoyt in tho lattor's privato car. In tiavelinR around tho northwcst ho no ticed how raany little towns had no church, and sct bis mind to work ou tho problem how to supply tho deficiency. Tho CliaTJol Car "Evansol" is tlio rcliza tion of hls plan. It was mado at Daytou, Oliio, last yoar, at tlio oxpense o...

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. — 15 April 1892

tmitutmt fttmef V0L- Ln- BENNINGTON, VT., EBIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. " NTJMBER 13 COLE & Wo lcad tlio proccssion in our selo inont is complcto, aud will bc kopt so siiow common senso novolties oi a lng linary bestgrades, yot tlio prices aro cases wo qdoto bolow tlio markot. Wo attractivo dcsigns and pcculiarly rcfin Goods, apc wou 0S 3$3 0sv $x$&$4 plcascd to have you call and inspcct Yes, thoro is a liyoly inquiry about our last yoar, and created so much surpriso say that wo aro giving spccial attcnti carry doublo tlio usual quantity and vari whoro tlioy cau bo bought as low, and Thap Our Prices, We lively trado iu theso goods. Our line bo exccllcd. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako spccial pains to procuro and blo styles and niost popular mako of prices. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and sco us. THE ONE-PRIC Busincss JDircctori). C. H. MASON. ATTOIINEY AT LAW. Adams' lilook. BennlntrtoD. Vt. .2 C. H. DARLIISU. ArTORNE Y AT LAW. Offlce ovcr First Natlonal banlc, 44t' B...

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. — 15 April 1892

TOE KOMANCE OF HISTOKT. In tho beautiful ralley on tlio ilouso, between tho towers of Neufcbatcau anri Vancoulour. there livetl a stiephenj, whoso family had oxperienced tbo most painful vicissitudes; tliough from an anciont ond wcaltliy ancestry, ho was re duccdto a stato of scrfdom. Jacqucs (such was tbo shepbcrd's name), led a pcaceful and uscful lifo in lns hurablo splioro, and bis small cottaf-o in tbo yil lago of Domreray was brigbtencd by tho prescnco of a daughter wlio was dis iinouislicd abovo hor youtliful corapan ions for tbo sweet slmplicity of her man nors, bor pioty and hor indnstry. From her carliest years tho little Joau wasasinRularcbild, taking no lntorcst intbosports usual to childhood, but prefcrring to wander alono in tho soli t.ry places around iho villagcs, RazinR atthowoodcd Ueiclits of tho distant Vosgcs Mountains, or musing on tho banks of tho rivcr as it liurried to lts liome in tho North Sea. Sbp liked to lio iUni .iirIcs of tho cliurcii, rl nl,l oH fnr l...

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. — 15 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. 3 ONK ffOMW'H WAT. it HelDI to Keeu 11 ar Huaband nia Smoking and IonnglncKooru. There is a little old woman up town who was unforunate cnouch to fall in lovo witb. her owii lmsband two or tliroe yoara ago, when she married liim, and 1s old-fashioncd enough to koep up tlie foollshness shll. Sho has uniijuo Ideas aboutaman's rights and pnvileges actnally tliinks hb ought to bo made comfortable in bis bomo, bavo a fow books to hang bis tkingo on in tlie clos ct, andaplacotokccpbis blacking box somowhero bcsides out in tbo back yard. Her latest queer frcak is to tako tbo very cosoy little room tliat any woman of senso would want for a sowingroom and fix it up for a smoking room. Tbo walls are panelod in smoke gray and crimson, tbo friezo bas a decoration of sleopy loves floating in a cloud of smokc, and tho pictiucs are dainty, brigbt littlo Frencb water-colors, ctobings of fair woman, and studies of tbo sca in all its pbases simply becau...

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. — 15 April 1892

4T THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FR1DAY, AP.RIL 15, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON : FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. Klnsle copiea of tlie Bnnner, In Wrappera for ITlallliiK If Dealred. TIIKEIS lieiita. The Misscs Heaxt are yisiting frionds in Northern New Tork. E. B. Pattekson drives si now and nicolooking horse one of Carpenter's now on salo liero. Dewkt DuunAJt, the builder, is at prcsent supcrintcnding work at the Jaracs C. Colgato farm. E. E. Hart & Co., drivo a Tcry stylisli bay on one of their wagons good cnough for a city coujie horse. The rcgular convocation of Templo Chapter, No. 8, R. A. M., will be held next Monday evening, in Masonie liall, at 8 o'clock. Rodert Pillino the contractor, is to build a dwelling houso for Frank Cone on the east sido of Dopot strcet, below River street, Georok H. Moore lias sent a very promising four-year-old llambletonian to Mr. Spenccr to bo trained on the Cambridge, N. Y., track. The Misses Ilarrington liavo just pur chascd of Piorcy & Cornp...

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. — 15 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, APEIL 15, 1892. North llennlncton. "Wm. Phillips and wifo of Bennington, spent last Sabbath with their paronts, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Phillips. Unliko our usual Fast Day servico, the union meeting will bo held in tho vestry of the Baptist church this oveninp. Iloberts of Bennington, is enfjaged in moving Columbus Iluling's barn and wagon housc, which ho intends to con vert into a dwelling house. IVe learn that Mrs. n. I. Spafford is getting along nicely, under tho trcat ment at tho institution in Albauy, whero sho wcnt last week. Mr. aud Mrs. II. T. Cutthman joined a party from Bennington last Monday. to take tea with Mrs. A. G. Stono iu Wal lingford and to cut warra maplo sugar in the evening. Mrs. C. J. MeKay c.imo Tuesday from Now York to spend a fov days with Mrs. Jonnio Atwood and to look after her houso prcparatory to coming for the summer. Tho snit of Eugeno Green vs. Loren Green, his brothcr, for striking or kiok ing his young son, has bcen adjour...

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. — 15 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, APJRIL 15, 1892. 6 COMtESPONDENCE. From the 'Garden City." CniCAGO, IlL April 1st, 1802. Tothe Editot ofthe hahncr.D&KR Sih. This is tho 1st day of April, a very notablo day- in somo respeots to me. In the flrst placo it was warm, tho wind lilow quito briskly frara tho south, bcing somowhat liko tho spring' wlnds I onco expcrionced in my old nativo homo at this tirao of tho ycar such as wo do not of ten havo hero m tho West: tho spring woathor is not hko Ifow Enf-land, but Hucuating, no stcady wcatlier, but this morning camo the warm brcczo and I tookitallin by boing out doors and whatdo you think I hoard in tho dis tanco but tho voico of tho bcautiful red-brcast robin, which 1 havo not heard in long montlis, aud how chcoring, it put my raind back to many ycars past iind gonc,.when on a certain pear treo in f ront of my fathcr's houso in tho very carly morning hours tho musio of this Wru could be heard pcrched upon tho very top snnding forth its sw...

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. — 15 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. WASTED ENEBGYi "Did you ovor reflect," satd tlie sclon tiflo nulsanco to a victim sltting besklo him as thoy rode down town on tlio Third Avfinuo "Ii" road, "on the im menso amount of onerfry which is wasted anuually by Now Yorkors in gointr up and down tho stcps of theso elovatcd sta tions?'' "No," said tlie victim woarily, for ho was anxious to finish tho stock roport ho was rnading. "I nover did." "Well," continucd thoman of sciouoe, "I cstimato that lialf a million ticlcets aro sold daily, which means that these stops aro ascendcd and desccndcd 1,000, 000 timos a day, and that means 305,000, 000 timcs a ycar. Do you follow mol" "Oh, yes. Oh, yes," answered tho other, not paying tho slifjhtest attcntion. "Now, if wo put tlie avcrago height of theso stations at thirty feot and tho weight of tho averago passenger, count ing in women and childrcn, at 100 pounds, wo liavo 100 times thirty timcs 305,000,000, or 100,500,000.000 of foot pou...

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. — 15 April 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FEIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. STATE NEW8. Tho sportsmen of Chittenden liavo organizod. a branch club of tho Vermont Pish and Gamo League, known as tho Chittenden Fish and Gamo Club. Lon A. Kimball, a Randolph boy, has boen appointed one of commission rs from New South Wales, Australia, to thoWorld's Colunjbian Exposition at Chicago. John K. Portor, ono of tho most dis tinguished lawycrs in America, dicd in "Waterford, N. Y., Monday morning. IIo was tho son of Dr. Eli jah Tortcr and was lorn at Waterford, N. Y., January 12th, 1810. Ilis father was at ono timo a rcsi dent of Vermont. Lewis Murr, who camo from San Francisco to cstablish a shoe factory at Burlington, has dccided to movo his Lusincss to Lynu, Mass. C. W. Scharf, who built a faotory for tho business at Burlington, has ly-ought suit to rccover $12,000, and Lang, Goodhuo ACo., who f urnishcd powor, light and heating, havo placed at a'taehmeut of $1000 ou tho machlnery. Tho Now, York Tribune says: "'Ex Sen...

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