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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

Sfhe BENNINGTON, YT., PRIDAY, AP.RIL 22, 1892. NUMBER 14. VOL. LII. COLE & Wo lead tho proccsslon in our solo -ment is cornplete, and will bo kcpt so show common sonso novelties of a lng dinary bcstgradcs, yot tUo prices aro cascs we quote below tho raarket. We attractivo designs and peculiarly rofln GoodSj apd woo .SS QQQ&QQQ 33$ pleascd to havo you call and inspcct Ycs, thcro is a Hyely inquiry about our last year, and croatcd so rauch surpnso say tbat wo aro givinj spccial attcnti carry doublo tbo usual quantity and vari whero tlioy can bo bought as low, and Thari Our Prices, We lively trado in tboso goods. Our line bo cxcclled. Tho prices are closo on wo tako spccial pains to procuro and liln st.vlp.s and raost nonular mako of urices. Wo aro making tbo Clotliing prices. Call and sce us. THE ONE-PRIC J5usmc05 EHrcctorj). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AdaraB' Illock. Bennington. Vt 32 C. H. DARLINU. ArTORNEYATLAW. Ofllee ovcr First National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. M...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, APRIL 22, 1892. LECTUIiE ON TIIII inE liEItEBRAL AND MEN TAL EFFEOTS OF ALCOUOLIC STIJI UL.ANTS. DeltTCRed In tlie Methodlst Eplicopnl Ghurch Sunday Evcnlnc. AptU 10th, by tbe Kev. A. I). Ileoxt. fPublished by requeat.J Tempcranco Is n tlicmo upon wliich inucli has bccn writtcn and spokcn. To tlirow additional licht upon this subjcct, or to advanco now thouchts upon a tliomo so frcquently, and ably discussed, is moro tliau wo hopo to accomplish. But tho proncness of man to forgot that which involves his hichest intcrcsts, rcndcrs it nccsssary tliat wo should, occasionally, havo our "minds stirrcd up ly way of remom'bratico." In tho work of persuading mcn to forsako tlio wronp, and to pcrsuu tlio right, two tliings aro important. Thcy must be raado to sco tbo bencfit of tho ripht, and tho fatal ro sult of tho wrong. To fully impross tho mind with tho consequonces of wrong doing, is oftcn a difiicult task Uut it is vcry important. Without this thero is b...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER; ERIDAY, APRTL 22, 1892. 3 8PEAKER BGED'S RUTLAND 8PEEOH. Mr. Rced said in substanco: Thoro Is a great difforenco betwoen a truth and a falsohood, and of tlio two a lio scoras tlioslmpler. That is why Freo trado seoms so simplo. "IjauBUtcr.l Why, when I was in collego I was grounded in Freo trado, and I think that I can provo now that Freo trado is logi cal and riglit, and thon I can provo in flvo minutes that it isn't so. Laugliter. Tlio troublo is that vo don't got tho wholo truth in cousidcring tho mattor. Wo should look at botli sides and then arrivo at somo sound couclusion. Wlwt has Protection dono for this country? What is jt doing to-day? It establishes iiulnstrics with which our own peoplo and tho peoplo of tho old worltl aro familiar; it starts now busi ncss and thus gives different kinds of mindsn, ehanco to dovelop; it hrings horo tho capitalist and artisan of Europo to incrcase our wealth and improvo our socioty. What makes land valuable? Wliy, tli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

4 THE BEKNINGTOJST BANNEE, FEIDAY, APEIL 22, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1892. slnslo joplc ol tlie Banncr, ln AVrappcra for ITIallluc lf Dealred. TIIItEi: letitn. Groujji) has beon brokcn for a houso on Scott street. W. II. Bradford is painting and ro pairinghis liouso. AuEitY Siiilev of Albany, N. Y., 1s visiting rolatives in town. Lawyer Justiw Kei.looo is improv ing his sutnmcr residcnce in Bennington Contro. E. S. CitANDLEi:, tlie cntcrprising Bennington Ccntro mcrchant, isout with a now delivery wagon. Mns. Frank Tiffant is improving from her illncss and was ablo to ride out tho ilrsc part of tho weck. A fine assortmcnt of drawing papor and improssion paper just rocoivcu at tho Banner stationory storo. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Towne of Brandon, aro visiting in town, stopping with thcir daughter, Mrs. Iloraoo Wood man. Miss Fanny Fiiii.MORn cclcbratcd licr sixth birthday last Monday, tho 18th, by cntertaining a party of twenty-llve of her young fricnds. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, PEIDAY, APEIL 22, 1892. Woodford. Dry and dusty ; rain is nccded. Ilattie Wood has gono to Athol, Mass., to rosido. John Bolroso has gone to Usliers, X. Y., to work. Tho scliools havo commenced. L. C. Easton tcaches at tho "City" and Miss Ilelen Dyer at tbo "Hollow." Anclegant, nowly paintcd inscrlption o tho words "Mt. Plcasant IIouso," now tclls whero Mr. Knapp's hotcl is. Uut thon you could sce it without tho signl Shaftsbury. WillandEddio Yonng spent Suuday at home. Miss Alico Mattesson has bccn quito sick with tho mcasles. It is whispored about that Ilcnry A. Darnoy has resigned from the band. Tho scbool iu this district commeuccd Monday of this weok. Miss Lincoln of Castleton, as tcacher. Quito a uumbor of rclatives and frionds cathored at tho rcsidenco of Androw Johnson last Wednesday oveniug to surpriso and cclebrato Mrs. Johnson's cighty-flfth birthday. May sho livo to soe many moro. rownnl. Thcro is no clow to tho burglars yet. Mrs. Phillip Goettel o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERLDAY, APEIL 22, 1892. KASTKU BUNDAY. Tho coming again of Eastcr Sunday 8URRC8ta tlio tliouRht of what tlie Chris tian religion lias dono to add to tho world's joyousneas. It is somctimes said tliat religion is a source of sadncss. Men sccm to fopl that it is flttiug for tho aged, tho bereaved, tho sick, tho disap pointed to bo dovout, bccauso grief naturally scoks to dwoll in tho shadows; but that youtli, hcalth, prosperity, suc cess and Iiappincss flnd little that is con geuial to their mood in faith and wor ship. Such idcas aro at fault, and thoir crror cannot bo bcttcr shown than by calling to miud tho great Christian fes tivals. Tlicro havo been from timo im momorial Christmas and Eastor,to which in America at least and within modcrn timcs Thanksgiving lias becn added. One and all thoy aro fcstivals of glad lies? and iuit of sadncss. In thoir dcepcr mcaning and in thcir lightcr oxpressiona theso fcstivals bo long to human rojoicing. Thoir storics aro f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, EJtilDAY, APRIL 22, 1892. 7 DOM.Y'S llOWL OF GKUEL. Tho bowl was suddenly laid down and Unclo Josliua's shafjgy brow8 coutracted till tliey met in a grizzlcd line across liis foreboad. "Ifs burut," said lio. "Woll," tartly exclaimed Adelina, "I burnt rny liand, too; that is, I scaldcd it dreadfufiy whcn I was stirrinR in tho moal. It suluttercd and bubblod upl But as for tlie gruel's bcing bunit, tbat's only yournotion. I'm suro I didn't cook it long." "No," Unclo Joshua calmly rejoincd. "Youdidu't cook it long cnough. It tastcs raw. But tho milk was burnt, and you'vo c;ot it too salty; Ican'tcat it. It takes knack to mako good gruol. It scoms to mo that a woman of your ago, Adolina most tliirty, arn't yo? ought to know how to cook somothing fit for a sick pcrson to eat!" An angry red burncd on Adcliua's choeks. iSho soizcd the bowl of con demncd gruel and llounccd down into tho dining room where tho rest of tho family wero asscmblcd. "ril ncvcr cook anothcr ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 22 April 1892

THE. BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, APBIL 22, 1892. 8 CORItESPONDENCE. Onr Mlunetota Letter. MiNNEAroLis, Minn., April 11th, 1892. To the Eilitor of the Banner. Dkau Snt. Tho history of tho Miunctipolis milling industry carries us back to tho old fjovemment raill at tho Falls, built inl823. JulylOth, 1819, Col. Lerwen worth with 98 men raen and offlcers ar rivod at tho confluonco of tho Mississippi and tho St. Peter's (now Minnesota) xivcrs flvo or six tniles bcltm the falls, aud bogan tho erection of Fort St An thony whioli namo was chanRed to Fort Sncllinfj in honor of Col. Josiah Snolling -who took command tho next year and completcd tho fort In 1822 ho mado a requisition on tho Sccrotary of war for sorao sicklcs and a pair of mill stoncs, when theso arrivcd a dotachnicnt of 15 soldiers undor Licnt. MoCabe woro sent up tho river to St. Anthony Falls, to crect a fjrist mill thcro. Thoy built a rough allair 20 feotsquaro frotn thotrecs found iu tho neighborhood, tho stoncs necessary ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

tmitvdmt. Mmmt VOL. UL BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, APHIL 29, 1892. NUMBER 15. COLE & Wo load tho proccssion in our solo incnt is complcto, and will be kopt so 8hov common senso novoltics of a liifj dinary bcstgrades, yet tho prioes aro casos wo quoto bclow tho markct. Wo attractivo dcsigns and peculiarly rofln GoodSj apd wou plcascd to havo you call and inspcct Yos, thero is a liyoly inquiry about our last year, and crcated so muoh surpriso say tliat wo avo giving spccial attcuti carry doublo tho usnal quantity and vari whcro thcy can bo bought as low, and Thar) Our Prices, We livoly trado in thcso goods. Our line bo exccllcd. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako spccial pains to procure and blo stylcs and raost ponlar mako of prices. Wo aro making tho Clothing prices. Call and sco us. THE ONE-PRIC Busincss JHtrcctorn. C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Dlock. Bennington. Vt. 82 C. H. DAKL1NU. A.TTORNEY ATLAW. Olllce ovcr First National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DK. MARY PARTRIDQE. o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FE1DAY, APRIL 29, 1892. 2 OUITDAKY. Ilon. Kugene Canflelil. Tlio BeUingham Bay Express ot New Vhatcom, Stato of Washington, has tho followinc Inotico, under dato of April Hlh, to vrliicli allusion was mado i n last ivcek's BAKNnit, Tlio untimely dcath of Ilon. Eugono Candflcld at 7 o'clock Thursday morn inc, was a surpriso to tlio citizens of 2Jow Wliatcom and caused a cloud of dcllcato sadness to rest over tlio entire . city siuoo tlio announcemcnt was mado tliat tlio kindlieartcd, noblo old man had Kuccumhcd to tlio inovitablo hand which -all niust sometimo obey. Mr. Canfield had been complaining for tho past six months of a 6trango numb iicss and rheumatic pains across tho hips which lately assumcd moro startlinfr do volopmonts. IIo could scarccly valk; liis left arm was a sourco of much annoy anco to him, and ho had little control of hislowor limbs. Tuesday morninp; ho was takcn down with what was Buppos cd to bo an cpilcptic flt, and aftcr a try ing strug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. A CASE OF APHASIA. Wlicn Frcdonck Alden lcf t bis beauti iul and f ortilo farm at tlie first rcal call ol war and joinuJ a Georgia regimcnt he mado moro sacriliccs tban most of men, but ho mado moro preparations, also. A koon, consorvativo msiglit, lnhcritcd from canny Scotch aucostry, euablcd l.jm to pierco tbo cbcorful optiraism of tbo times, and bcucalb it bo forcsaw dis aRterand defeat A pbraso tbat was aftorward on overybodys lips was on bis ownfrom tbo licginmng. "Thoy bavo too many men," ho said, "and too mucb monoy." So, wbilo alivo to tbo voico of duty, ho prepared for wbat bo bclioved to bo tho lnevitablo. At no little sacriflco bo turned tbo bulk of wbat bo possosscd into casb into gold. Lands, bouscs, stook and slaves all went. Tboro wcro many Soutbern planters wbo did tlns tbing, but nono on nearly so largo a scalo. Wbcu tbo trausformation was cffected, bo locked tbo Rroat inass of coin in an iron cbest,studded with round b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

THE i BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. 4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1802. Slnsle tioplea of the Ilaiuior, In rrnppera for iriullliisr If DeMred. THItltl! CeiiCK. IJKAn a nutnber of notablo articlcs on our insido pagcs to-ilay. Tiie King's Dauglitors will racot with Mrs. J. S. Ilolilcn noxt week Friday, May Ctli, at 4 p. m. The avcrago lifo of a coin is cstiraat cd at 25 ycars. Uut tlio averago stay vrith most of us is rauch shorter. Tiie Rev. J. W. Bennett began his fifth ycar as pastor of tbo Trinity Moth odist Episcopal church in Troy, N. T., last Sunday. Dk. ani Mrs. Tiiull of Manchester, bavo visitcil tlio family of tlio cditor tbis week, attcnding tho Mikado Wednes day ovcning. Tiie prico of tlio Banner, singlo cop ics to all, is irec cents. Wo place tliem iu wrappcrs for mailing whcn ilesired without oxtra chargo. Tiie Troy Press of Monday liad this itom: "Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Sherry start from Troy to-night on a soutbern tour, visiting in Was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FE1DAY, APRIL 29, 1892. 5 tnink tliat suoh bravo mcn as woro in tho brigado on that night would allow such animals as rats to frielitcn thom, for they woro all woll armeu with firo-arms, somo of tliem having a revolver in each hand. Which ovor way it may scom to you, do not invito your so-callod rata to visit us again, for thoy will drojj thera solvcs, instead of tlropping tho bit-stalk, anu no imaRinauon ot uionu conw tnto our shocs, but tho puro crimson fluid in to thcirs, and wo sliall thcn bo satisficd. Mrs. Fred L. Bowen of Bennington. was in tho villago visiting relativcs last wnnb" . , . Services aro liold in tho liall wliilo tho Iropairs ou tho Uaptist church aro in progress. A tlro r.aiiErht amonff somo tios at tho Iflnnnt. .1 number of which wcro do- Istroycd, bnt no otlier damago onsued. Miss Allio Thomnaon is vory lll. A Iconsnltation of physiclans has bccn deomcd advisable. Our "Iko Waltons" aro lookinc for noxt wcok to opcn, and thcn wo shall hoa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

6 THE BENOTNGTON BASIltfER, FEIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. EX-CONFEDKUArK ASSAULT ON DN ION rENSIONS. ' In his spocch of March 2nd in tho House, Gon. Pattorson o Tenuosco Rave tho followinR rcasons why ho thinks the paymcnt of Union ponsions a "curso and Llight totho South": "I do say that tho enormous sum paid in tho way of pcnsions is a douhlo hard fihip on tho pcoplo of tho South. It is a hardship becauso it is drawn, not from tho weatlh and property of tho country, "but from its consumors. Aud it is a hardship hccauso that part paid by them is transfcrrcd from tho South to tho liomes of thcso soldiers, thoroby doplot inf from ycar to year tho monoy in cir culation. From all thcso causcs it re sults tliat thero is a dcarth of monoy south of tho Ohio river." Gon. Patterson claims that he was in command of tho last rcgimcnt in tho rebol army to surrondcr at tho closo of -war and his associatcs all agroo that ho was a man of courage. Evcn now ho ilnds it imposslblo to follow tho cow ardly ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. 7 JonraGuiNBAAqxv i JCovered with a I asteie s J and soiuDie toating. BctuHAmSf PILLS are a marreuous AntidoteforWenkf Stomnch, SICK HEAD- ACHE, Impnlr. ed D1ee llon.Con tlpatloiu DUorder T.l vfr. alsoto be especlallr efflcacious and remedlal by FEMAL.E SBFFEltEnS. J 01 ull drugglsts. Prlce 2I cents a boi. I new XOrK uepni, owt iuuui di( a Mr. S. A. ESTES Is one of Watervllle'fl moat Popular Shoo Doalors. Testifies: I havo used Groder's Botanic Dyspepsia Syrup, and I think It is tho best mcdlclno for ISilloiisncss, Indigcstjon, Constipa tlon nnd Stomnch troublo that I cver tried. Havo been subjcct to Dyspepsia for over twclvo ycnrs and havo tiied nearly all kinds of niediclne, without recciving any bcncfit until I used Groder's Syrup. I ad. vise all suffcrcrs to try it. It is a wonderful rcmody. S. A. Estes, Slioo Dealer, 33 Main Strcot, Waterville, Mo. I TO PR 0 VF themkdicine! On and after October 1, 1801, we give every person sellin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 29 April 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. TO FIN P THE BOOM PICYMIXTURE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, Y0UR 0HQI0E OF THIRTI BUILDING LOTS On Ilarrlson Avenue and Cottage Street. Large lots. best soll. and to be aold at reasonable piices. A dlscount on lots taken before Not. 1st. FREAR'S A S OF BARCIAINS IS OFFERED. 13 14 15 SHU NG MONTH 0 APRIL AT Snowflako curtains at Frear's, tf f just what you want for summcr, uvc) 8 yards of India linon, worth 29c pcr yara at n rcar's for S1.20 400 yards of doublo width (30-in)all wool flllinfj twccd, new 9"t QA spring colors, in drcss v&JLoOK lcngths of 8 yards for Black silk grcuadincs, now and bcuiti ful brocadcs, brocaded stripcs, plain and Pckin stripcs, (J9c per 50 Doublo bordered, ilgured centro Tam bour muslin, cheapat30c perffttf yard, Frear's prico &J3 Unbleacbod slicctinjr, 2 1-4 yards -wide, worth lSc pcr yard, at JjjJ 5 picces- of rricstloy's novolty striped black batisto, worth $1 pcr yard in dress patter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 May 1892

wetmxn mmtf yol. hi. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1892. NUMBER 16. COLE & Wo lead tho procession in our solo mcnt is complete, aud will be kopt so 8how commou scnso novoltics of a hig dinary bestgrades, yot tho prices are cascs wo quoto below tho markot. Wo attractivo dcsigns and pcculiarly rofln Goodsj apd wou xK$S S &qw$q pleascd to havo you call and inspect Yos, thcro is a liyely inquiry about our last year, and crcatod so rnuoh surpriso say that we aro giving spccial attcnti carry doublo tho usual quantity and vari whcro thoy can bo bought as low, and Thari Our Prices, We livoly trado in thcso goods. Our lino bo oxcclled. Tho prices aro closo on wo tako special pains to proouro and blo stylcs and raost popular mako of prices. Wo are makiug tho Clotliing prices. Call and seo us. THE ONE-PRIC Business IHircctori). C. II . MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington. Vt. 32 C. H. DAKL1NU. AjCTORNEY atlaw. OfUce over First National bank, 1lt' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, MAY 6, 1892; TnKTItUE MKANING OF PROTKOTION. Congrcssman Bryan of Nobraska. in tho tariff speech which has excited so much Democratic admiration, said: "I am not complaining at this timo of a rovenuo tariff. What I dcnounco is a protective tariff, lovied purcly and solely for tho purposo of protection. Now what is a protcotivo tariff and what does it mcan? It is a simplo dovico by which ono man is anthorized to colleot monoy froni lns fellow mon. It is a falso economy and tho most vio ious political principlo that lias ovor cursed this country. Tlio pur poso of a protcotivo tariff is to transfer ' nioney f rom ono man'a pocket to anothor man' s pocket." A protective tariff is a commercial lino fenco as botwcon nations. Proporly constructcd, it will entiroly excludo evcry commercial trespassorthopresenco of whom is liostilo to any domestio in dustrial intorest. It proposes to give to American producers tho entiro mo hopoly of American markets, whilo it ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 May 1892

Q THE s BE1WHN6T0N BANNER, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1892. THE Sl'READ OF TDE 15NGLISII I.AN GUAGE. If tlicro is over to bo a unlvorsaUan guago it scoms as if tho EnglisU wero to bo tuo ono. Various causes bavo com bincd to givo it a remarkable currency ia uearly all portions of tbo world. Ac cording to a writor in Macmillarts ilagazine tho English 18 supersedlng tho French in Gormany as tho first to bo lcarncd af tcr tlio nativo tonguo. In Kus siaand Siboria it is bocoming moro iashionablo to spcak English than Fronch, and English-spcaking travolers can easily mako thoir way in tho Ozar's Etnpiro by tho uso of thoir nativo tonguo Whatis truo of Kussia is also truo of Scandinavia. In noithcr Denmark, Swcden nor Norway is a mau considorcd cducatedwho docs not know English. And uow that tbo tido of English and American travol is sottiug with greator forco than over toward thoso countrios, most of tho pooplo aro likcly soon to bo como familiar with tho languago. On tho coast of Africa it has driv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 6 May 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FJEHDAY, MAT 6, 1892.- 8ENNINGT0N BANNER BENNINGTON : FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1S92. Sluglo Uoplea ot tiie Bannor, In Wrapxicra for ITlalllns If Denlrod TIIRBB UentH. Horseiiack riding scems to bo tho coming "fad." Tiie Walloomsac Houso is to bo oponod to tho publlo about tlio middle of tbis mon'h. Tiie. Rev. J. M. Fort, of Weybridgo stoppcd at Georgo Townshend's over last Sunday. Gexeral Wells was insurcd with Cbilds & Powors for $10,000, in two pol icles in tho New lork Tiifo company. Edward E. Dewey bas sovoral oxtra ilno saddle horses, with now saddlos, for ladies and gentlcmen, to lot uy tno uour. Joiin Wool Gmswoi.D is making ro- pairs on tho houso occupicd by Edward Ureon last scason in bennington i;ontro, Tiie Stark IIouso startod today on its weary march toward tho southwest part of tins vinago: m otner worus, tno building is to bo movcd to its now sitc, Tiie rcsidonco of A. Buel Sibloy, cor- nor of Union and Silvor strcets, is going up soon, tho foundation...

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