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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 14 February 1889

MIl. FINNKY'STUIINUN Wrltten hy Ihel'oet Longfellow at llie AEe of ElRlit Yeari. Mr. Flnney liad a turnip, And It crew inil It bkw ; Aud lt Rrew behlnd Uie baro, AuJ the turnlp dld no harm. And It ete r and lt erow, Tlll It could grow no taller. Then Mr. Fluney toolc It up. AnJ put H ln the celUr. There It lar and It lay, Tilllt begsntorot; Tben hl daughter Sutle naahed It, And the yut It ln the pot. Then sbe bolled It, nd boifed It, Ai long aa abe was able, Thcn hl dauglitK Llzile toolt It, And Bho put It on the table. Mr. Fluney and hUwlfc liotb sat down lo sup ; And tbey ate, and they ate. Untll thiy ate tlie turnip up. VKKSIONT OUU KELLOWi. Meeting of thc tlrand llmllet. L-M week was OJJ FelloY wvek at the Capltal, it beinu the occaslon of tlie annual gallienng of the Oraml Eucainp mom nnrt nrnnd Ixiilce nf ermont. The meelinga werJeld at OJd Fellnwa' Hall. ltECEPIIO.V AND UANQUET. The Gratid Lodse on Monday evenniK tendered a reception and gave a uanuei ln hnnnr nf Dr. Williatl...

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. — 14 February 1889

JINOLK. Oh I a maiden I know " And sbe flles about so That we call her Mlsa Flnttera Flurry : There U atao & boy Whom few people enjoy Anh we had to name him Ilurry Scurry And this boy and Ihii glrl With their dash and their buitle and.worry. Keep tbe houao In a whtri iivf jtMW. i ATAlEOFWAUisuraiu. Nearlyonehundredyear.ago.eUan ocourrepce gave nse lo tne ioiiowjdk legend. I Tbe location is on tne western ruuBr,pnlcrlnK iouna an oiu anu uukicu ... ..i a i f.,miiiir honnlpd man slttlne near the emp.lv lire- or tne ureen mouuibiuo .m .o - to Dleaeure sjekera for mllea around. v loa Old ' "UaCK ia lucaieu ut " ., ihn innrn nf Wnllineford. bnd It 1 .niTuiTftVoM UienoruiernexiremiijtH- u.:Uv.. All tbe year it ia alient ana griro, occu,- ingly awaltlne the return ol woee wno ..... .1, in lta Vinannl. v.-.. ...... The time was wben uanoy wu. only place where Pyisioni na otner 1 neceesaries could be obtainea in mni re- irinn Npar the baae ol the mountain ls .v, .r.,, Pio",r. cnllfid fro...

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. — 21 February 1889

K3 NEWSPAPEB IIUMOIt, rUBUBOID IVIKT TBURBDAY AfTlRlCOON, , Tbkxb of aoasoRimoM ; O te rer. Inadrance il .10 I Three months 3 munth 75 Single coples,..,....fi KATKS OF ADVKlinSINQ 1 imc mcn, s weeii, - i.za l une mcn o inonms,i.ov CMe-Fourth c61. 1 yr.SO.00 Oue Inch lyear,. 6.0C Noticm lnsertedunderhead of "Business Lo ilB" 10c pet Une, each insertion. , VllIttfriAnd rVimmunlCfttlont ihoUlu DB ad dnitad O. A. PIKItCE rublliher and Pntprletor. Entered at the Bennington P.O.as second-claw Dusincss Sircctonj. C. H. MASON. 1 TTflHNEV AT I.AW. XX Adaras' Block. Dennlntton, Vt. 32 C. II. DARL1NG. ArrORNEY ATLAW. Ofllc. OTtr Firet Natlonal bank, 44t' bennington. Vt, C. D. GIBSON, Druggist & Apothecary Tln strret, fint door weit Baptlst Chnrch. ' irJLOpen Sunday from 9 to 10 . m., nd 5 to p. m. H. 0. DAY, M. D. "vrFllS AT DRUD 8TOB.E. ( No. II. Main Slreet. Bennlneton. Vt. bp.clal attentioa g-Wen to diieases of the heart ttU uiogi. u a A. PIERCE. UOOKSELLER.. PIUtJTER, STATIONER t AKDBL...

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. — 21 February 1889

The Banner. i - BENNINGTON. YXRUUNT t Thursday Afternoon, Feb, 21,, 1889. GOOD READING. The BaHneu has procured rates by t.i.1. iiih wiih thn followlng stan Thfflft terms are f or Ver mont aubscribers only (except the Troy TVmej) and payment muai uo Birin.j ... advance, both for thls paper and the r. !n I. nnd for a IUI1 vear. mt lUNNElt aod Boston Weekly Journal New York WeeKly xrioune flrn lui 11 vimij New York Weekly Press J Boston Weekly Adrertlser Troy Times (toanyaddress) 2 nr ooonrp.l nfacontinuance those favorable ratee much beyond tbe New Yeat, so that now ls the tirae to avail yourselves of these exceedingly If anyo'ne wishea to take more tban m rnnnection with the Banner, add fortyflve centa to the above amounti for each weekly desired. Addrees all orders to Banner anB N, l Daily Press ONLY $3.90. The Presa has the Largest Circuiation any Republican Dally. of C. A. PIERCE, PUBLI8HER. LOANS ON VKKSONAI. SECUIUTr. n. iimo h cnme or is rapidly ap- nmarhlnir. when NationBl Ba...

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. — 21 February 1889

AN ALLEGURT. Inscribed to Mr. and Mn. U. IStlllon on the Deatli of AtlahCarollne, A rose-bud tn garden grew, A tender thlng and sweet ; The gard'ner watched Its growlh with carf , To make its life complcte. lie nopeu wnen winier winus were o er. More thrlfty it would be. And In tbe future sunny years, A full blown rosthe'd see. Itnt soon the tlny item waa tumed, Where Itmore licht could (rain ; lt dwlndled In the garden soll, And would escape 'Wu plaln. And Bd it slowly dlmbed the wall, Wlthout one thontht of paln ; Unbroken sunshlne there to see, A hlgher life to galn. When It the garden wall had scaled, It dld not there ablde, But Utt the frlends who nurted It here, To bloom the other slde. Lvct S. RronLis. VERMONT VETERAXS. TUE 22d ANNUAL KNCAMPMKXT TUE STATE HEl'AllTMENT. Larce GatherlnK of Oranil Army Hoya at llrttteloro The tweotv-second annunl Encarjip- nient of llie Doartment of Vermont, O. A. R., which convencd la6teekwAS the most notable assemblage of urand Army ruen whlch...

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. — 21 February 1889

It hairnot ben forgotten ihat theplst forni adopleaby the? Nattonal R-puM-can convMtioh.last summer mado a .de raand for-reduoed.poHage. TheBpub licai s having ecuid control of the national gqvernment pr.d, of Congress the fulHllmentofVieptedKeexpreteedin thia plantof Ihrplatfortn HI- be - ex founded upon a richt concptlon of the proper 1 unotionof tho poatal service to furiWi theWieipt.' est and most ihoraiigh facllltlea portibte for coramun. ication amonB tha people. for the aemlnat.l.on of literature , aud for the trsnsUpmeht jf 'Bmall paokagep. It I "ot deafrablu that the Kovernment should ob alo re.venua f rom th It aervica beyond rnrflinra. It ia demanded first thatthVsirvlcebemada oheap, prompt plaln, rirovided thwe eods are secured r." "'.r.t j.kio nnArnnriat ba is needed for the postnl eervlue m addition to tbt now practlcaliy aelt ustaming,and may reu yteld a eurplus durmg he cutren flscal ear, H sccount were taken ol S!rV..?!?.V.IVlt nf 'mail matter sem .houmpave.8urp.u r...

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. — 28 February 1889

ientthrfliaii ) rCBUSKID nETTHDEIDAT AFTXBHOOB, Tsnxe or SuBBCRimon: 0 10 je4r, lQdrtace $1 W I Three. mootht.. mnthj ' T& SinRla coplei,..,..... (POITAQX rn-V RATGS OF ADVEltriHINGl Ouft-Fourlh coU 1 yr,30.00 One Inch 1 7er, 6.0C noTiCEo luiervca unaerneao. 01 -uasineis uq- caii'MOe per Une, each lnaeruon. Vll lttrinrt nnmniunlefttloni ihoilla DB fcd- drnaed O. A. PIKRCE. rnblWher mnd Kntered at the Bennington F.O.aa leoond-daw matter. . Dusincss EJircctory. c. n. MASON. Adama' Block. Bennington, Vt. Sl C. H. DARLINO. ATORNEY AT LAW. Offlca orer Fint National bank, 44tr Bennington, v l, H. C. DAY, M. D. SpidalattenttongiTentodtieases of the beart BOOKSELLEk, ' PIUNTER. STATIONER aud DllANK BOOK MAKKR, jjanner uuiiamA,; wuiui u, iiuuhwu. W. B. SHELDON. ttorney and Counsellor at Law. and SojleRoi a, InChancery. Offlce and realdenc ' HalnStreet, Bennington, Vt. COAL! COAL! COALI T IMK AND CEMKNT mT,, lj AT W1IOLISALE AND RETAIL. tfepot st, J. II.LORINO 4 (X)., Bennington. X VJli n...

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. — 28 February 1889

The Banner. UENNINOTUN. VERMONT : Thursrlay Afternoon, Feb. 28, 1889. Onr Dimocratlc contemporanes are not contented wltli denounclng Gen. Hirrieon'a Cnblnet appointm-nt befnre tlrnr rA ma dn but are rh irei ig Republi- o n journals wilh timidi y for not d ine theeame. iiwiii ue unie uwingn press an oplnion upon Presideni Harri- son'a omciai auviaero wncu o nn certilnly who theyare. One of the Incidents in Mr.Clevetand's Admlnistration whl;h he and nis itnow country nien wlll bo gralifled U noall occurred Frlday, when he eigned the bill openlng the way for the admiBslnu of four Ttrritories to tbe Union. This was done in flU oppositiontotbe wishee of the most influentlal eection of his party tbe section whosedeslresin other matters Mr. ClevelaDd has all along obedientlv couiplied with. The Presi dent has ihus exhibited an InJepcndence of Bourbon diitatlon which isas refreeh ing 88 it Is unusual, and has acled wilh regard to the best interest of the whole country rather than to the pr...

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. — 28 February 1889

North Pownal. Laet eienlDg Pownal Lodge, No. 103, F. & A. 1., worked the third Decree at a epecml communlcation, Dr. John 8. Nilea W. M., in the ohair. There were pieBSQta lartce DUmb;r ot the membera of tbia L-xige, tbe D. D, Q. M. ol the disttict, Alfreii Roblnon. other mcoi bere of Mt. Amhotiy Lodge of Ben nington, William, Greylock and Lafay e te Lodges ot Williamstown and Njrth Adam, in all Hftjr-two vlsliors. There were nix actusl and patt mastera pre8ent. Arter the work, which waa performed in a very creditable manner, tbe brethernaadjorned to the vetry of tbe Coogregatioual Cburch, near by,and pjrtook of a bounteous supper, preparcd by the ladiea of tbe village.among whom were the Orrter Eastern Star membera connected with tbe chapter here. It liad been arranetu to have the U r.. f, spread the eupper, but tbe Cburcb and L jtlge llxcd upon the same dates and united aa above. The Cburch oxassion wua rirmntlnn til the Rev. Mr. Goettel. the Methodiat miniater at Pownal, who ...

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. — 28 February 1889

FBDAL rOIMTS. Mlnnle Palmer aflects Itght uppera. Fanoy Dvenport Is Inclined to point d toes. Clara MorrU takes cumfort In jrlove kld boot. Mre. Luoretia Mott a.lheres to the old prunella ahoe. Marlon Harland'a elioea Itke her prin elplea, are broad. Mr. Francea FoJaom's feet are always faultlesely dressed. Lottie wear a aboe that might be tak n for Cinderella'e. Marle Roza haa a real Frencb foot and dresses it accordingly. Emma Abbott weara French lita untll old weather nipa her toea, Modjeaka'a pedal extreniities look well Id ruaset leatber boots. Boaa Bonheur thinks It no dlegrace to nave a gooa understanding. Mri. Langtry's feet are generally In- aaeq in "patent leamer tipa." Mri. Francea Hodgson Burnett weare a common eense walking boot. Mlle. Ilbea weara the thinnest o( French kld, winter and eummer. Mra. Paran Stevena haa an Engllsh foovbut prefera American ahoes. Mlas Francea E. Willard weara sub etantlal goat akln wlth low heela. Mra. Henry Ward Beecher weare cloth gaitera ...

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. — 7 March 1889

rClUlHlD BTBBT THUBBDAT AfTIBKOOH, Tbexi of 8nBioKimox: 0 ia yer, la adrance l 80 1 Three monthi....-3i munina 1 Bingie copiea rrOSTAQB THB. ID.1 ItATKS Or ADVERriSINOl Oae Inch.l week, . -8 75 I One lnci 8 months3.oO O jt Inch, t weeks, MS One luch montha,4.S0 Ona.Fonrth col. 1 tt.S0.00 One lnch 1 Tear. 0.00 Notiois Inaerted under head of "Bailncu Lo- cHb" He per llne, each lnieruon. All 1.H.rBnil HAmmnnleftdona thoald Dfl Sd dmaed C. A. riERCE, rabllshor and Praprletor. . , Entered at tho Bennington P.O.ai sacond-dats atter. 8usinc0s Strcctorn. C. H. MASON. 1 Tmnvrv AT T.AW. J. Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. Sl C. H. DARLINQ. ArronuKYATLAW. Offlco oter FiratNntlonalbank, 44tf Bennington, VI, H. O. DAY, M. D. PdlBttutlongtTcntodlKnei of the beart ia lunga. R. A. PIERCE. T OOKSELLER. PRINTER, STATIONER 1) AD BLANK BOOK. MAKKR, Bsnner Buildlnc.) North IU, Bennington. W. n. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellor at Law, and Sollcltor rt n Chancery. Offlce and reldenc 18 West lUnStreet, Benn...

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. — 7 March 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Tkursday Afternoon, March 7, 1889. SUPERVISOR OF SCIIOOLS, Tut- a ... n mcinlior nf a county bonrd I who ...... I,. -iwrun nn offlcer to eupervise i the . ,.1,1... .-linnl9 under the new law of tSS. Bennington 6ct a Rood example m naraing ils veleran town euperintend pnt. Dr. II C. Day, and we horie other loivua lid aswiseanact. Atanyrate, nodoubt, excellent men bave been nam inl. Ibe whole Byetem of county euper ..itir. t.,l-!n.T iha nlare of town officials, U to ' be tried In Vermont for ihe next uv i yenrs, and we tbiok it willbefound M work satisfactonly, wberever nrooer raan ia choserj. Tbii was tbe our .lunrratinn durine half a llfe-time, wb-le a resident of our native elate, and t'.icre are no adveree circumstances here liicli would miluate againsi a nse i The County Supervisor of ScbooU" should be an experienced educator, a getitlemim of ability and one in whom the people bave confidence. AlltheBe cbaracteristicB combine In the princlpal .if...

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. — 7 March 1889

PRES1DENT HARRISON. llis Inaugnratlon nntl Iunuurnl Adtlrcss. Raln and Klvers of Mud Mar the D.ij's Fcsilvltle.-But Hunilreds of Thous ands Tcll Untll Thcj arc l.oarscflhlle the Masnlflccnt l'rocfsslon SIowlj Wcnds lts Viaj, Vcrmontcrs, fflld WIIli Joj,A(ld Enthuslastlc PlaudllK. Monday, tlie eyei of Ihe clvil V'd world were turned upnn our rr public. fcs Bjniamin Hrrlon look the oath of olHce, and delivrrdd his nplendiil inaugural addres?, which e g ve below. Tho rain and mud addedto the uncomfortahleness of the 100,000 vlr itors lo the capilal, but lhe grand fn l impostng parade attendini; the brilliant ceremonlal went forward to the rnd. The review of the procffsion by Piesi dent Ilarrison waa weariwme, defpi e tho beauty of the display ; but he gate very little evidence of fallgue and ap peared in qulte Bood spirits after the trytag ordeal waa over. Where were the Vermontera all h:s tlme? Well, most of them viewed the narade from their headquarters at the Ilotel Mallby, past wli...

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. — 7 March 1889

THE BEAUTIFUXj BEST OF GOD. BY V1LLUM iriUSIO C1MFIIIX.I Bomewhere under the great white throne, Under the radlant, odorous zone Of IleaTen'sbloasomlngeod i Bomewhere ottt of the mlit and moan, The mlghtr deipalr we calloncown, Ii the beautiful reat o( Ood. Ont of the bltter hate and strlfe, Out of the madness we call life, The hard paths all have trod ; Out of the being wher'e cares are rlfe, 81eep father and mother and husband and wlfe, In the beautiful restof Ood. Afier ths longing and last despalr, After the bnrlal hymn and prayer, After the coffin'a ctod ; OT in the breath of a purer alr, TVIth gladder mulc and flowera more fair. In the beautiful rest of Ood. Thelra are the e?e undlmmed of teera, Theira are the hearts that know no fean ;, Where flowera of Taradlse nod, Th iWn lo ihe sonK of the mllllon epberea, And Uke blossoma of snow fall the endlrts years On the beautiful rest of Uod. EOYPT OF ANCIEXT TJMES wrET.ATioN8 or tiik rKOW.E of FIFTY CENTURIK9 AdO. The Detallsof Eve...

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. — 14 March 1889

roausaiD etiet THDEtDit irTiaxoo'x, Terhs or SOBscRirnoa: 0 le yer. la adrance tl 60 I Three months......3i mtfDlO' 19 OIDEIB COpiCI,.......? (rosTAdi rax-riD.7 KATES OF ADVEnrlSINQl )ae lnch.1 week, . 751 One Inci 3 monthi3.00 t?t Inch.S weeks, . 1.231 One lnch 8 monlhs, 4.50 Oas.Foarth cL 1 yr.30.00 One Inch lyear, M Noticii Inserted nnder head of "Buslness Lo- cas" lOe per line, each Insertlon. lll 1.t,ranri Pmmnnlr&tioni Should DO ftd dnlsed O. A. PIKBOE. Publlsher and Franrletor. , , Kntered atthe Bennington P.O.assecond.daj natter. Qusmcss Sirectorii. C. II. MASON. ATTORNEYATLAW Adams' Block. Bennlnsrton, Vt. 33 C. H. DARLINQ. ArronsEYATLAW. Offlce oTer First Natlonsl bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, H. U. DAY, M. D. nrncBATDnuusTORE, No. 1T. MalnStreet. Bennington, Vt. Bpedal attenUon giren to dlsesses of the heart aillungs. n. A. PIERCE. 1 OOK8ELLER. FRINTER, STATIONER L akd BLANK BOOK MAKER, Banner Bolldlng,) North su, Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellor at La...

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. — 14 March 1889

The Banner. , UENNINGTUjr. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, March 14, 1889, TUE NEW IIAUrSOIRE AMENI) MENTS, Tuesday of thls week the Oranile Stite voted on Beven araendmenta to Its oonStitution, which may be summariz'd as loliowH : 1. Cbanging the tlrue of meeting of thn Legislature frotn June to January, 3. Fixine tbe coiuDensalion ot Aleni bers of the Lpgislature at $300 for the seasion. 3. Providing for filling vacancies ln the eanio by death, resignation or re- moval from thc 3tate. 4. Providing that the Sneaker of the House of Representatives Bball become acting Governor ln case of the death or absence from the State of the Governor and President of the Senate. The State has tio Lieutenant Governor. 5. Prohibiling the manufacture, sale or keeping fcr sale as a beverage of alco Iiolio or intoxicating llquor, ezcept clder. G Making Article 0 of the bill of rights nonsectarlan by diecarding the words "Protest.int" and ''Evaneelical.'' 7. Giving towna havlng less than GOO inhabltants...

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. — 14 March 1889

NEWS AND KOTE3. Tbe itrike ot 8000 i-'all Kiver weavera Monday 1s not only the first eriou labor dltticultT in mai city ior several years, but the only important strike wbloh has occurred aoywhere In tbe country for somd mooths. Tbere had been reason to hope that we were gelting away from me conaiuorj ui imngs wnlch prevatled lor eo long a tlrae, wnon tbere was a kind ot epidemioof etrikea, and any bumptioui labor leader or "walking delegata" had it in his power, by the movement of u finger, to order Urge bodies of workmen to quit their task. Labor organlzitlons have learned eooie thlog by tba cosily experlence ot the laat (our years, and etrikea are no looger ordered in tbe eaey and jaunty manner they once were. Tbere 11 an increaring disposition to move elowly, to count tbe coal, and to uee the frlendly ofllces of arbltration rather than proceed at once to a declaratlon of war. The movement at Fall River is an abrupt and unfortu nate intertuptlon of the new pertod of aanity. The A...

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. — 14 March 1889

BAIXAD OF THE GREAT WHITE STOllK. Bay I Dld you see the long-legeed Storlt, As ttS 1q hls galt u raddy from Corlt, With hli snow.whlte brtast and coal-blacfc Uil, And a btik that would to through a coat of rosll? A most ptrtlcular stork, tir I A perpendlcular stork, lr 1 A crooVel.necked, starlng, Vsry unsparlnir stork, ir I He had u eye like glmltt hole, Bound and deep, bat with no inors toul ; A beak like the tlp of a marllne-tplke , And hU lf- oh 1 hla legs what were they llkel Thls qnlte untamable ttork, air 1 Thls real nnamlable itork, slr 1 Thli strans-ely-appolnted, Double-dlsjolnted ttork, tlr t Ile had a eontour round and plnmp, Hls back went up ln a sort of hump, He waiat soYery well off for Jaw, Bnt he had tbe aost tesrlble kind of a claw ; Thls Ttry notorlous Etork, slr I Thls most uproarious stork, tlr I Thls wblmslcal, Boarlnc, Sneetlng and inorlng stork, tlr ! TVhatcTer you gare blm thls blrd would eat, From lron nllngs to blu of msat ; Stones or shajlngs, or nalli, 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. — 21 March 1889

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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. — 21 March 1889

The Banner. MSNINaTUN. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Marcb. 21, 1889, THK RESOUItCES OF VERMONT. One thing will make tbe Legislature of 1888 blstorio. Wbalever may have been its Bins of omlsslon and commisslon it certainly took a long step forward, lo ward tho ad?erlisement of the resources of tbe Green Mountain Uommonweaim sshlr-h wn at oncfl Dractical and destin od to turn the tlde eastward as well as tn rorlerelona thia nart of New Enghnd. We gave an eztended ekelch of tbe atma of the "Mann bill," whlch became tatute No. 110, at the time, and since tbe appointment of theCommU6loner of Agrlcultural and Manufacturing Inter esta tbe interest of tbe people and the nrpu nu to have broken out afresh, Thls Commissioner ia to ascertain what can be done tosecure Immigration, or ai lniut nrerent emieratlon from the State, nnrl tn rnllect said data. Maj. Valentine has commenced his duties with the en- thueiasm and business push whtcn is nn characterlstia and bis efforte will un- Hnnhtwllv b...

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