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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 August 1888

BENNINGTON" BANNER. THE TARIFF. Hon. William McKinley Speaks at Atlanta. AN UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENT FOR PROTECTION. FOREI&N PRODUCERS MUST PAY TRIBTJTE TO US. WHAT PROTECTION I1AS DONE FOR THE COUNTRY. A Plain, Common-sense, Busi- ness Speech. Tho Grcatost Argumont of tho Cauvass Kontl It. Tho great speech on Protectlon hy Con gressman McKlnley, of Ohio, waa dcllver ed before the Georgia Chautauqua on Tuesday, August 21st. Mr. McKlnley was introduced by Judge Howard Van Epps. We glve his argument to our readers In full, as follosvs: Fellow-Cltizens : I make my acknowl- edgmeuts to the Piedmont Soclety for tha courtesy aud cordlnllty ol its Invltatlon, whlch haa glven me the opportunlty to meet for the flrst tlme aa u&semblage of the cltiztns of Georgia. I have come upon the euggestiou of the commlttee tonddress you upon r publlc questlon of great na tlonal import, whlch concerns not only the procperlty of ono sectlon, but of all sectlona of our comtnon country, and whlch la of...

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. — 30 August 1888

whlch ls always tho beat because the most rellable. The South has shared in thts splendld progress, in tbls golden perlod of devolp ment. t'rom 1831 to lSGOtbeaverage year ly productlou of plg lron thronghout tbe Unlted States was less than 800,000 tons. In 1886 tbe States of Alabama, Tennessee, Vlrglnla, West Vlrftlnla, Kentucky, Georgia, Maryland, Texas nnd North Carolina prodnced 875,170 net tons, or 75, 000 more than tho whole annual output of tbe Unlted States uuder tbe freo trade erlod. Theelght years last east bave irought to tbe South wonderful progress. You had la 1SS0, 10,435 mllea of railroad ; yoa hnve now 30,737 mlles, and thls 1.3 In creaslng. Yon raised ln 1880 5,755,350 bales of cotton ; ln 15S8 you raised 0,800,000 balcs. InlSSOyca raiiied 431,071630 bnsh els of gralu, and ln 18S7 yon raised 620, SO5.000 bubbels. In 1880 yon bad live stock amounllng in valne to $391,312,251 ; lt ls now valued at $373,095,550. Tbe valne ot yonr tterlculturnl prodncts ln 1SS0 was $571...

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. — 6 September 1888

f CSMBHIDB.T1HT THUBBDAY irTIBSOOS Tinna or SoaacKjtiton : O le yoar. in advaoce 1 W Three montha... mvntha " I Single copleB,..,, RATES OF AUVEnrlSINO: Oue lnch.1 week, - T I One lncii i montha3.00 Om Inch. 3 weekB, - 1.25 1 One Inch I monthB, 4 M Oae-Fourthcol.1 jrO.OO One Inch lTr...e.0C NoTlcaBlnaertcd under head of "Uuslneai Lo- cala'MOCneriine, ecnincruu. A,lILetteraand CommuntcauonB Bhould be ad. drnsed C. A. 1'IKHCK. I'ubllaher and l'roprletor. ,.,. , , Kntared atthe Bennington P.O.aasocond-daw Pears'Soap Fair white hands. Bright clear complexion $ft healthful skin. " PEflRS'-Tlio Great Englisii Complexion SOAP, Sold Everywliere." Qusincss HJircctory. O. II. MASON. ATTORNEY AT I.AW. Adama' Block. Benntnt-ton, Vt. MRS. M. E. PARTRIDGE, M. D. 0 FFICE and Itejldence, M Mln Strcct zotf C. U. DAHHNO. A1T0UNF.Y AT LAW. onice oier Firtt Nfttlonnl bank, 4lt' Bennington. VI, C. D. GIBSON, Druggtst & AixHhecary faln atrcet, flrntdoor wcnt Daptiat Cburch. irJLOpenSuudays from BtnlQ...

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. — 6 September 1888

The Banner. BENNINGTON, VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Sept'r G, 1888, REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For Presldent. BENJAJtlN IIAIIIUSON oflndl&na. For Vlce Presldent, LEVI 1. MOP.TON of New York. roll rRCSIDKNTUL ELXCT0R3 AT LARQE. HENDEUSON 0. WILSON of North Troy, I1ENKY 11. START of llakertfteld. rott ritESIOENTIAl. ELECTOU. DAMUS J. BAFFOKD, of Morristown. There is a "New South." Wo bavo proof it in the extrctne ruodesty of the Democrats of Arkansas in anuounoing a victory thero of only 23 to 30,000 major ity at the State election on Monday last. As they could just as well have counted It up to 100,000, and have in fact only niade it one-third or one-quarter that amount their nioderation ie evidence of a chango down there. We know, indeed "we felt it in our bonos" that the Presldcnt'd retaliatory mea8age on Canada would have o great cffect on the election of tho country. That wna what it was written fnr hut we did not dreatu of its striking eo near home. We had no idea that it wou...

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. — 6 September 1888

Nortu uennliiEtou. Messrs Robcrt aud l'hillip JenninRs of New York, spent last Sabbalh at Ihe "Fairview" rreidence of thelr brother, F. B. Jenmngs. MUs II. S. Welling left Munday ou an exlendeu tour In tue west. Seven boardern. from Mra SkinnerV w ho have spent some inouihs of the warm weathcr in ihe village, returnwl tbis week to the cltr. liavtnK boen deliEbted with their atay and cxpressiDg a eirong deaire lo return another ytar. Ilotli of Ibe resident pastora being ab aent, next Sabbalh Hev. C. C. Cook of East Arlington, will supply the pulpit of the Congregational t-hurch in the morning and of the UaptUt in the even ing. A came of baae ball betwcen thePow nal niue and the Olrmp'ci of thia place. came uff laat Saturday, resulting m the dt-feat of the Olymp ci in a ecore of 13 to 4. It ia clHlraed that two among the bent players of Ihe latler nine were not on imnii to piay. The Sabbalh echoul of the Conereea tional churcb, at the propueal of oue of lls uiembers on the tiret week ...

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. — 6 September 1888

X I.OAD OF CLOVKll. A, load o( cloier In the tarlr dawn l nlirM tn tha renter of tho town) I SDlcd. And .tralght I aw weepln(t breadth of lwn, Wlth flddi on either slie dreat doTcr fleld, ahern cf thelr 6ecei bright, With mlity hita of aplder web, dew jremmed, Flong here and there ; and dalale., pol.-lnc lUjht Snow frllled and supple Btcmmed. The snn had deft In two the toggy lako Of eithered rapora, hurtlnc them apart, And wild lUr rosca tlnkled,half awake, rink as a aca ahell's heart. And dappled cows, wlth peaccful, placld ej-ea, Stood wattine. while the mald came trlpplng down, Bright eyed and roar, holdlng, tunlc wlse, Ilcr checkercd glngham gown, A alendcr footpath lost Ita war among A weedr labrrlnth of restful tlnt OfpUntiln, chlckwced, fcnnel, addcr'a tongue, And moneywort and mlnt. A home llke garden stre tchcd lt crlp. green Une, Alldrenched anddrlpplng with the dew of morn; And flowera wero scattered through the Bturdy Tlnca And italks of early corn. Like Bome fair dame ...

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. — 13 September 1888

rOSLIBHlD XTSRT THORBD1T AfTinifOOlf, tbmb ot aoBscRimoK: O eyer. iuadTaace $1 60 I Tbrco months 3) mvaint " io oiurio t-ui'u-s,..,..., iPOSTAflt TRE-r IU.") S OF AlVKUTISIMGl Oqc Inch.l weck, - $ 75 I One inc 3 months $3.00 On inch, 3 wcei. l.z I une lucn o monms, 4.6U One-Foarthcol.l yr,30.0Q Ouelnchlyear, 6.00 WOTICK8 lascrtcduoJcr hcad of "Buslneas Lo- cals" 10c per llne, each lnertion. AUIjettrraand Commuidcationa ahould bo ad drmcd O. A. riEHCB. mbllalier and I'roprlotor. Kntered at the Bennington F.O.ai gecond-clau natter. rears 00 Bright clear complexion Soft " PEARS' The Dusincfis JDirxctorH. O. II. MASON. A TTOIINEY AT LAW. li. Adams' lllock. Eeonlnrton, Vt. MRS. M. E. PARTRIDGE, M. D, QFFIC'K aml Kcsidence, M Maln Strcet 2!itf C. II. DARLINU. A TTOBNKY ATI.AW. Ofllce over Firit Natlonal bank, bennington. vt, f n. OIBSON, Driitfgint & Apotherary f ain Rttrel, ursl door west ltaptit Cburch, loor irmt Ilaptht Clmrch. frotu 0 to 10 a. m., and 5 to II. U. DAY, M. U. FFIOK ...

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. — 13 September 1888

The Banner. liENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Sept'r 13, 1888. REPUBLICAN NOMDJATIONS. Tor Prcsldent, BENJAMIN HARIUSOK of Indiana. For Vico Vif siilcnt, I.EVI 1 MORTOS of New York. ron rnsiDE2.mi. electors at laiwc HENDEUSON C. Wirsos of North Troy, HENltY K. STAKT of llakertni-IJ. TOR PaCSIDCNTIAl. ELECTon. DAHIUS J. 8AFF0KD. of Morristown. At least one ndministration paper liaa discretion pnough to apprcciato tlio 8i, tiifiifinrn nf Ihe Vermont clection. It is the Now York Post, wbich uses tho ro eult iu Vermont to iropress upou ttie New York Democrats tho fact that they cannot aftord to tako any unnccessary ri3ks tliia yoar. Wliilo we doubt wheilfr the sonie what etartling proclaination of tlie Prcs iaent will greatly nsslst his political ns pirations, there nro soniegrounds for tbo feais expressed that tbo proposed res tnctions upon trado relations witli Can ada raay injure our trade antl embarrass our commeroial relations. It is true that it will, pprliaps, also iojur...

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. — 13 September 1888

BEXJA31IN HARRISON ACCEPTS. NO EVASION OU 1IUITISH IN IIIS. Protrctlun for Ihe Worklnnro.n Stroiisljr Delended-IIearir Coramen. diltonnrill lliePUnlu Iu IhcFUt forin. iNDUNArOLls, Sepl. 11. Following la Qeiieral Harrison'o Iftter acoeptinR the RepubllcaD prei lenlial notuination: TNmiNAPOiJS. Ind.. SDt 11. 18S8. lIan.M M.Etleu and othcrs: Uentle- ME.N Wbvn your cotnmittee visited me on the fourtb OI JUiy lasi ana presemwi tbe omcial anoouDcement 01 my nonn natlon for the PreBidency of the Uniied Statea by the Republican uonvemton, i promiseu as oon aa pracucauie iu tuw nuinniratn In tnil a inore formal aCCept anco of tho Domination. Sinco that tmie the work of receivinif arnladdresaiDg.al moat daily, Uree drli-gationa of my fel low-citiztjnc, not only occupied all my time, but bas in eotue measure rendered it unnecessary for me to uaa thid Ktter aa a medium of comuiunicating to the publio my viewa upon tbe queations in volved ia tbis campaign. 1 opprcciate yery highly tho conll denc...

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. — 13 September 1888

TIIE VILLAGE C1IOIII. IlaKabar, halfabar, Half abaronwnrd I Into an awful ditch Cholr and precenter hitch Into mess of pttch Tuey led lhe"01d Ilundred." Treblcs to riRht of thein, Tenors to left of them, Basaea In front ot Ihein, Bellowed and tlmndered. Oh, that precentor's look When the aopranos took Thelr owa time and hook From Uic "Old Huudrcd " Scrccchcd all the treblesherc, Bogglcd thc tcnora thcrc, Ralstn the parson'ahalr, Whlle hia lnlnd wandcrcd, Thc lr'a not to reason n hy This psalin was pltchcd too hlph, Their'a but toRa.p and cry Out tho "Old Hnndrod. " Treblea to rlgut of tbemi Tcnors to If ft of them, Ilasses In front of them, Bellowed aud thunderod, Stormcd they n 1th ahout and yeU, Not wlae tlier sang, nor oll, DrownlnRthe sexton' bell. White all tho church wondoml. Dlro tho prccentor'a Rlarc. Flaahed hls pltchfork In alr, ScundbiR fresh keya to bear Out thc "Old Ilundred." Swlftly he turned hls bock, Reachedhehlshat from raclt, Then from tho scrcanilnjr pack llimscl...

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. — 20 September 1888

rVSUUSa ITlBTTHCBIOXTlrTIUiaOK, Tskmb di HntKCmpTtDX! n tKir. ln adranre ll 50 I Three moQthS(.3 luilbi 7 I Slngle coplel,..,.....S (rosTiaz ri-w id.7 RATES of ADVisnrisiNai Ou Inch.l week, - IS I One lncx 9 montht3.00 OM tncn, a weeas, 1 uuc u. v iuuhu,imv Os.Fourth cL 1 rr,30.00 One Inch 1 year, - 8.00 Noticis-Inserted nndcr head of "Baslness Ix- cats'Mle per line. eacninsenion. AU Letters and Communlcauons should be ad. rrnprUtor. Enttredatths Bennington F.O.assooond-clasa A The best for the Complcxion. . . "A balm for the Slcin." The most economical, it ivears to thinness of a zvafer. Busincfjg Elircctori). 0. II. MASON. 1 TTOIINEV AT I.AW. V Adama' Block. Bennington, Vt. 33 MR3. M. E. PARTRIDGE, II. D. OFrlCK aml Hesldence, 35 Main Street. Mtf C. H. DAHLINO. A TTOIWEY ATLAW. JC. Offlce over Flrst Natlonal bank, (t' Bennington. VI, C. D. QIBSON, Druggist & Apothecary Main strtet, Ant door west Baptlst Charch. Open Bnndays from 0 to 10 a. m., ud 6 to 1. . ; II. 0. DAY, M. D. ...

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. — 20 September 1888

The Banner. UENNINUTON. VT.UMUNT : Thursday Afternoon, Sepfr 20, 1888. REPUBLICAN N0MINATIONS. For rrtslJont. DKSJA.MIS liAnmsos of InJiana. Kor VU-e rrwiJeut. f.EVI V. MOUTON of New York. vuR rr.rJMbKS.Tija k'i.sctoh8 at u.noi. llKNMr.RSOK C. of North Tror, UKN'RY H. STAKT cf bakersfield. rott'.rncsiuEKTiAi eux.toii DAItlUS J. SAFrOIlD, of Morristown. Doubtlcss if our tariff nu wh.it Mr. Clcvelaml and liis party call "raw ma tprial" wero taken off, our lnanufactur- crs could compcto in Jho world's mar kcts -ftilli tho BritUh, nlways provided our workingmen would bc conlcut to live as Britlsli worklitginpn ilo. Let tho worklngmcn of Amcrica reail in nn- otlmr colimm aiul sco how tho BritUh workiuirmen live, aml it will not tako tliiiiu lontr to dctermiiio whotlicr thoy, tnn Mvint to livo in that way, aml whothor tkoy waut to east thcir votcs for free tradc. Tho so-callcd Kcpublicnus, who m lhSI, professcd ' to bclicvo grtakoany ttock in Clcvcla'nd's promises ofcivil sorvico rcfotm, ...

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. — 20 September 1888

nulland Dr Uharles A. Qale. Democmtlo can dMate rfo Senator ran large- ly behtnd hia licket. Ue was very Doaal ful of his rimnlng powers prerloiu to eleciinn and would outatnp aenator j. W. Craiuton in Ibe race. A ruraor prevails apparcntly well founded tliat a woman who procured a dirorce from her huaband tomR yeara bro and altcrward raam-d a man of Weston, who haa drcraaed, leaving her a compt teDCP, la again lo re-inarry her nrat huauana Chief Juttise Royce, who ia preilding In tbe Rutland county court, made a krief cbarge to the grand jury maklng no allusion to violaliona of the pruhibU tory lawa. llie charge to tne pein jury jury was practical aml u canful kUte- taent o llie auties 01 a juror ana nia re- lation to a caae when on trial, The Killington house cloaed on Tuea- day afler a aucceasiui eeason Rev. Judah Dana of West Rutland ia quite euccesatul in the miniatry o( the Proteatant Eplccopal nhurch. Ue ofll- ciatt'd at Trinity church on Sunday, Several of the faithful inclu...

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. — 20 September 1888

LABOR COXDITIOXS IXEXQLAXD. A VIVID ACCOCNT.OF WAGBS AND LIVINd AJIONO ENOLISH IIItEADMINNEllS. Ilfcuarly Karnlnc nnd Hard Lol of Iho WorKlns l'coplc. Mr. Natbaniel McKay o( New York bB9 publiahcd a letter addreeaed "To tbe WorkinRmcn of Araotica," in which ho gives tbe rosult of invretigatlons which he haa boen making of the wngoa and livlDg of the Brilish worklng peoplo. Thi8 iDformalion waa obtaineil by per eooal ionuirlca of wago earnera in var- loue dcpactmenta of industry, nnd his statomedtg aro deflmte nnd detailed. At Manchester be epent his flrat dny in as- cettaioing the wagea for men in ditTer- ent induatries with the following reiulls, the figures in each caae beingthebighest glven to him : Bnglish Wtget, 85t. 00,1. American AVnces. Locoraotlve cngliiears.. LoooidoUvo llrcmeu . llollcr fUltn lloller makert Platira ItlTcrtera Hclpers Lauorori Jolners Carpenters Bhoeanlters AnzU) Iron woikcr . . ttl 00 12 U) 16 00 10 90 18 01) ' 11 00 a'io 15 00 18 (U 13 00 12 00 OOd. ...2...

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. — 27 September 1888

rUXUBBBD BTBHT tb.ur8dat imMOoa i Tb or SUMcnirrion : m.nlhs " 76 I Single coplcs 5 (rosTiai rBi-p id.j IIATES OF ADVKIiriSINO I ..... i.,t, i .V. . . 75 I One lnci S montbstJ.OO 0a Inch, S wccks. - 1.M One Inch mouUis, 4.S0 Notioss Inscrted under ncad of cals" 10c per line, cacn insrriiuu. .... . All Lctters and CommunlcaUoni ahould be ad. 1 Knteredatthe Bennington r.O.nssooond-class matter. Pe ARS'-Tfis Busincss IDircctoii). C. II. MASON. ATTORNEV AT LAW. Adania' lllock. Bennington, vt. MRS. M. E. PAUTRIDGK, M. D. 0 FFICE nd Resldence, A6 Maln Strcet. C. II. DAItLlNG. ATTOHNEY AT LAW. Onico ovcr Firt Nntlonal Imnk, 44t' HciiniiiKton. VI, D. GIBSON, Druggist & Apothecary Mi nin atrcct, fint door west Baptlst Chnrch. .Opeu Sundayi from 0 to 10 a. ni., aud 6 to II. 0. DAY, M. D. O FFICE ATDHUH STOKE. No. 17, Maln Strcet, Bennington, Vt. Hptria! attention given to discascFi of tho hcart od liingi, 4lf C. A. PIBKCE. B' OOK8ELLEK, riUNTKU, STATIONER Dnnnor BnlMlnc) North st., Ucnuln...

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. — 27 September 1888

The Banner. DENNINGTON. VEIIMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Sept'r 20, 1888. REPUBLICAN NOMMATIONS. For Presidenl. BESJAMIN IUIUUSON of Indlana. For Vice rresldent, LEVI 1'. MORTON of New York. ron lHismiXTUL klictoiis at laboi. HENDERSON C. WILSON of North Troy, HENHY R. STAUT of Bakersfield. ron rBEsiDtitiui- ixictor. damus J. safford, of Morristown. Fnrwhom aro all tho liebrews going to vote? For Benjamin nnd Levi. Mail and Exprcss. lt is announced f rom Washington that Coneress will lake a receps on the 20th of October.to the eecoml and last session tn hPtrln the firat Monday m Decemuer We nominate Prof. I. W. Dunliam late Superintendent of tho Bennington Graded schools, for the ofllce of State Superintendent of publlo lnstruntion of Vermont. Tho Republinao State; convention of Texas, called to nominate n State ticket ndiourned after ndopting a resoiuuun declaring it inexpedient to put up State ticket, owing to the lactthat there is no reasonablo probabilily of election A renolulion ...

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. — 27 September 1888

KEIVIIT OF THE IXSl'KCTOR OF FIXAXCE. I.NCllUASIKG SAVINGS. Drpolltn nml Urpnallori-llUliU'iiiU Itnil KnriilnR Arciiiiiuliitlutia, Loan., In lcitmcDtp, Rlitl lteoimiueiitliiHon.. Tlirotigh tlie courtesy ot llic Hon. Cnrroll S. l'nye, Stalo Irmprctur of 1A nanci". wo have befnro ua tlic ailvance filucta of liis fortlicmni'ig icpnrt tci the Lcgislnturo. Froui it we lako a few px ccrps. as follows: "Tlie whole number of uYpoi-tt re in all the eravinna banks and truat eoinpan ies in the State at the ilnto of the rr portc, June !J0, 1838, wna 57,520. an m creaso duriiif; tlie past year of !1 710, bi ing 8.0(17 mnre than there wero two years aga "There wa to the oroilit of suoh tle posltora on the thirtietli ilay of June last J10.C02.C07 70. shon-iiig an incre in aniount of depiisila durini; the p.ist year of $1.015,010.8.1. atul in Ihe past two ycara ot J2.1S 101,20. 'Of the total nnuiunl of ilepotil in the differont savince Imnktt anil triixt rom panie.. $111 SS8.180 05 lieluiiK tn di'p...

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. — 27 September 1888

1 FREE TRADE ENGLtlKD. TH.E PITIABI.K CONDITION OF ESQ. 1.1811 WOHKINQ l'BOl'LK. Stacnant Trade, Low VTacot and Mlaory la the Ilamei Fononal Obaertatlona of a Xloston Merchant. Sir montha ago, ia common with tbe creat majoritr of tbe businesa men of New Encland. my tdeaa upon tarifl matters, or, to be raore precUe, my Idcas on the question of free trado or protoction, were very vague and uncer tain. On traios or boats in convereation wlth neichbora. youne raen, or Rray- halrcd mercliant?, when tlie great ques tion of tanil was raentioncil, tnere wae, I found. a creat deal of iirnoranre. Iluainess men would read with n groat intercst all the epeechea delivered upon the subjoct, uut could oectn to make but little out of them. raade upas they were in many cases of elaborate eciontiflo ar- gumenta 01 now many mrcacis 01 yarn it takes to mako a yard of cloth, or liow many inclies of a sheop's pclt it takes to raise a nound oPwool. Some woeka gince, I lcft Boston for a trip to Europe. Not...

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. — 4 October 1888

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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. — 4 October 1888

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT I Thursday Afternoon, Oct 4, 1888, REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. Tor rresldent. BENJAMIN IIARRISON of Indlano. For Vlce rresldent, LEVI T. MORTON of New Yoik. ron rnumcNTUL klxctors at laroe. HENDKItSONC. WILSON of North Troyi HENRY R. 6TART of Bakerafleld. FOR ratBIDEKTIAL ELECTOR. DARIU3 J. SAFFORD, of Morristown. A clergyman has found In tbe Initials ot tbo Republican national candidatea thefamilirhymn-book symboV'H. M for Halleluj&h Meter. We expect that wlll be the tuno oa tho 8th cf Novembcr, The Democrata couiplain tbat Gen Uarrison IsBtumping the country by tel egraph, He ie, and ho ia dolng it mest effectiTely, too. No other epeeches are no convincing ns thoae he ifl making eV' ery day at bts horao in indianapolis, Ile hits the nail on the head evory time. Apropos to wbat we eay in anothcr place, Dr. Norwood, the union labor candidate for governor in Arkansna at the recent election sayp : "I wa9 fairly and equarely elccted but was robbed of my ...

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