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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 March 1889

SOLDIER'S HOMES, MiVe beautlful the grounds, Mske soft the beds, For here oar heroe. will repose, Here rnl tbelr weary heads. Glve homes to these brare menf Glve them sood fare ; The country'a hardahlps Ihey endured, Let tbem lt 'a comforta abaie. Some for life were crippled Where mlssels fell, But bravely they bore up wlth wounds Amld the sbrieklnir shell. Thy,bard-won battlea foushi, And saved the nstlon ; Bravely each aoldler bore hli part, AndtUed btaatation. lffar "SumDterV boomlnff euns Tbelr provresa tell j Ilrere Andenon reslsta the stpmi, And beara tbe Hres of hell I "Manasvi," the flrat Held That owned the f ray, Much preclous blood and treasutelost It was a fearful day. On ' Corinth'a" bloody fleld, Ibe foemen fted ; Madly flsjhcd the murdetoua steel Where lay the untombed dead On "Marye'a" blood-atalned "Ilelgbta'' Thelr swords they drew, And the gloomy 'Wi'derneas" too, Thelr atubbora valor knev,'. "V Irasburg" wai galned througU Cirant , Hia warrlori brave, Ileld wlth ...

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 March 1889

S$XE 'DAmEROVS D1SEASES. ... . . TUE'"SCU00LUOO5I smbll and its rllOSTKATINa KFFKCT. Shlrley Dare ITrltet Abaut the rhyslcal Illt WMcb. are Llable to Attack Chltdren lu Schoolhoueea Impure and Foul Alr Inipectlonfor Actuai Dlteaae. The little lad In Unickerbockers can lmrJly t'tand on hla feot, those ligbt, ekipplng feet, which rather flit tban trcaii, (or thiu Is hi first day nt echool. Ho Is W havo thatdearly sougbt ambi tion to bo "'long wilh the otber boys." To be sure, tbere haa not been a mo ment Irom early breakfasi tillacbool tirae and from 4 o'clock till tuoon rise tbat ha baa not been wilh thera, in ganifs'a'nd adyenturec, from Closter to Tens'fly; after mud turtlea and aruma, up the Paliaadea nfter berried bougbs ol cedar. into tbe mldlands region o( de eertcd orchacds and boepitable clder mills, or beading etraigbt lor the Sha raokm, and a good deal nearer that thao borae. Every englneer on the Norlhern road knows tbe crew tramplng thetrack und la in moral dread of runni...

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 March 1889

rUlUIIIID TIBTTBUMDATiTTXBSOOlI, Tibms or SDBicRirriox: 0 ie year. ln adrance $1 60 I Tbree months.H..... mt,ain. " 10 1 oiogio conies, 5y IIATES OP ADVEIlHSINa 1 lloe lnch.l wetk, . JS One Inci 8 monUu3.00 iMt incn, 8 weekl, 1.JJ One inch I montnt,4.to Oje-fourthcol, 1 jr,50.00 One Inch 1 year, e.W Noticks Inserted under head of "Buslnen Lo. cmla" 10c per llne, each tniertion. UI t.ettfr. and Cnmmnnleatlons ihould be ad drmed C. A. riERCE. rubllsher and Proprletor. Enteredatthe Bennington P.O.aisecond.cIata natter. Busiuc05 EHrcctorn. 0. H. MA60K. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. C. H. DARLING. ArronNKY atlaw. Offlce OTer Fint Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, H. C. DAY, M. D. s-VTiriint AT DIIIK1 STOItE. I I Nn. 17. MalnSlreet. Bennington. Vt Bpeclal attenUon giren to dlieasci of tne heart aa lungi. R. A. PIERCE. 1300KSELLER, PIUNTEIt, STATIONEB, t AMD BLANK BOOK M AKKR, Banner Buildinf ,) North it., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and So...

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 March 1889

The Banner. ; BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, March 28, 1889, Tho telegraphic note by "Webb," of the Boaton Jorunal, wMchwecopIed Iul week. apftmed to oonsider it settled that Editor Benedict of Burllngtoa was to hiive tbe Vermont nollectorship. We r Innllneil to thlnk that this rcmaik ol tho veteran Washington correspondent la premature, for it appears to ua tbat Col. M. S. Colburn of this county has a fair fighting cbance. White the friends of Col. .Colburn bave oot made a much nolae about tbelr expectatlons as eeveral otbera,' jet they have been eteadily ai work. and tba colonel's name goes for ward with a verv stronir backlng. As tn hla fltnws for the rcsnnnsible poeltlon no one has tbe least doubt, and it great executive ability and untllncmng part service, coupled with integrity, oouni for anvihinir. our candidate will receivt iinn rnnnlHnmtlon. Burlington ba3 long monopolizcd the appointees of thia ofllce, and there Is no good reason wby thle section ot tbe atate sn...

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 March 1889

NEWS AND NOTES. The death o( Justice Stanley Matthews of the United States Supreme Court is Dot unexuected. ilia tliness nas been Iodb and wearisome, and there was rea oa to apprehend a fatal termlnatlon thougn, pernaps, no more reason rocens lv. to far as the Dublic waa aware. than for aoma weeki past, The news followa an soon after the annoucement of bls daughter's eogagemeat to her father s auociate upon the bench, Justice Gray, as to lend aud element of sadnees to that proepective alliance, though the cloie friendabip which existed between Judge Malthews and Judge Oray was one clrcumstance whlch led to the en- gagement, Judge Mattnews leaves a reputation aa a bigh minded man, and a very able and accoraplished jurist. In nnhiin Mfn.hla career has been honorable and above rcproach, and hia peraonal character bas exbiblted like quallties. He will be very widely and aincerely mourned by few more elncerely than by hia assoclates upon the bench of the Supreme Uourt, wno luuy recoKniie...

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 March 1889

A TKI1' INTO TUE 1NTEUIOK OF MO ltOCCO. Almnst wltbin sIrIh of Europe f.re the IMI Mountains, Etretchlng along the Northern coast of Morocco, and very imperfectly known, because the fanati cnl Berbers wou'd kill' any white man whom lliey caught araong their wild hilU. Evcn the walershfd between the rlvcra llowing North and South is not InJtcated on ihe raaps, and ouly two or Ihree adventureaonie whitcf, most nota bly M. DeFoucauId. have been able, in ilisguise, to make flylng Irlps into the country. DeFoucauId hus supplled the best information we posse9a about these moumains and their warlike Inhabi tanta. A while ago tho Sultan of Mo. rocco Btnt them a Governor, whom they prouiptly killed, and the Sultan haB let them alone ever eince. Lust sunitner Jlr. W. D. Harrls Ten tured upon this forbid (en ground.a par ticularly rash undettaking, as he was not well tquipped to support the role of a Moor. llia acquaintance with Arabio waB iinperfect, andas he oould not talk withnnt pYrtnsillp...

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 April 1889

PD1U8BID XTIRT THUBBDAT ArTIItHOOIf, TXBMS Or 8UB80S1FTI0N: O it ror. ia ad ance sl 60 I Three manthi 3 mvotht " T5 Single coplca,.., ...... .5 ItATES OJF ADVKliriSIMQt Dne Inch.l week. - ft 75 I On ne 3 monthal3.00 Oac lach. S weeka. 1 .25 1 One luch 0 montha.4.50 Oat.Tourth col. 1 TrO.OO One lnch 1 Tear. .. I.OC IfoTicis- Inaerted under head of "llualneai Lo- eii ' IBo per Une. each Usertlon. UlLetteraand CommanleUoDi ihonld be ad drtiaed C. A. FIKKOE. mbllsher and Proprletor. Entered attho Bennington P.O.aiseoond.dau matter. DusincBS EHrcctori). O. II. MASON. A TTORNEY AT LAW. Adami' lilock. Bennington, Vt. 31 C. H. DARLINO, ArTORNE Y AT LA W. Offlca OTer FintNatlonil bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, H. 0. DAY, M. D.- OFF1CE AT DRUU 8TOB.E. No. 17, Maln Slrect, Bennington, Vt. Hpeclal attention girentodiseases of the heart Bd lungs, 4lf C. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PIUNTKU, STATIONEB AND 11LANK 1IOOK MAKEll, Banner Bullding,) North Bt., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellora...

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 April 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternooii, April 4, 1889, gulnn nf the United States Senate closed Tuesday. Senator Ingalls, on motion of 8enator Edmunds, was unanlmoualy eleoted president pro lempore Advices from Fanama o( tbe 25th ult. say ihat steamera leaving the Isthmui liave carried away Jamaicansand othera to the number of 6000. It is believed that an equal number will leave as soon ns means 01 wanaporuiwua ia uuereu. Owing to tbe great poverty and scarcity of fuel, an empty house along the Iinoof the canal worss is oeing the lumber used for fuel. Tho habcai corptw proceedlng in the case of Thomas Barton, wanted tn Eng land to answer to charges of forgery and transters of rallroad etock, were de cided against tho prisoner in tbe United States Court in Philadelphia Tueaday. The judge said the evidence was compe tpnt to wairant tbe commisaioner's flnd- inir. whlch ia the onlv nuestion witb which tbe court had to du. An order was tnade returning Barton to jatl, to aw...

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. — 4 April 1889

TnK KFFECTg OF ATKBKIBI.K DA LAMITT. Advlcea Saturdaj from Samoa, gare lutormatlon of tha loea of two German and two American Men-of-War, with 14 otucers ana men east awar ana ilrowoed. Them were Trenton, Vanda Jia, Adler and Eber. Later oswa itatei that a hurticaoe cama euddeoljr upon thetn: that tbe Amerlcan and Uerman Tossela were ehort of coal and 10 did not ateam out at sea. The English were better cquipped with coal elee tbeir shipa might have been added to the number. The Neipsic was beached and probablr wrecKea aito, cpeaKing oi tain caiaa tronne tbe Mail a xxvrtts eayi : Thn apnalline cataatrophe at Samoa, whlch haa startled and solemnlzed two Kreat natlonn, has made Samoa and tbe international contentlona connected with it prominent toplca all over the clrUlzed world. It has alao called out from Queen Victoria anotber of her charao temtio exprcsaiona o( armpatbr with thij country ia times o( ereat calamity or miafortune. The American people know how aincere tbese azpresaio...

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. — 4 April 1889

MB. ANDJUItS. BOWSER, Mr. Bowier euddenlj looked up from hifcDSDer tbe other evenlnz and aaked: "Why ia it tbat wo baven't given a progreaaive eucbre partyjtbia wlnter?" "They have been votetftbo muoh trou- Die, l repnea. "They have, eb? did any one vole bo aldas you? I aaw hal( a dozen mentioned in tbe papers iast Sunday." "It'i Blmott impossible to get tblrty or forty people together on a cortain Tening, even Ifalldo dealre to come. Mts. Johnson calculated on eigbt tables and only bad enougb for five. Mre. Dart calculated on " "Oh bosh! What does a womnu'a cal eulatlon amount tof" 'But if people can't come and don't come, wnat are you gotng to aot" "They can come, and they wlll come, It'i all In tbe management." "Well. I wiati Tou'd trv t." "Do you? Very well, Mrs. Bowser; I iball gire.a progreaaive eucnre parir next week. Wedoesdav ovenioc. II you'll seo to the refreshments 111 seo to people," "l'll be glad to, of course, but " "But what?" "You muat prepare youself (or dUap polnt...

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. — 11 April 1889

NElVSrArEK IIUMOR. rDBUBHBD ITBBT THORSDaT irTIIlXOOM, Tkbxb or ScncRirrion: O t yer, ln adr ance l 60 1 Three months....H31 mwnth 75 1 Slugle coplei...,...5 ltATES OF ADVEnriSINQ: )ae toch.l week, . . TM One inci S monthi3.00 n mcn,3 weeks, - ia i une tuen o monini.,u r w a 1 rt-... i-.v. d st (Vt Hotices Lniertednnderhead of "Baiinen Lo- cais" 10c per line, each lnscruon. VllLetttraanrl Commnnlcauona thoTtld Dfi d driMed C. A. riEHCE. J'uMIihcr and Prnnrltor. Kntered atthe Bennington P.O.aneoond-cUu aatter. Cusincsg IDircctprii. 0. n. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Hlock. Bennington, V't. C. II. DARLING. A iTORNEY ATLAW. 1. Omce over Flrst Natlonal bauk-, 4itf Bennington. VI, II. 0. DAY, M. D. OFFIOEATDKUUSTORE, Vn. 1T. Maln Strcet. Bennington. Vt Sp-icialatteutlon given todiseases of tbe heart QO'lUngS. ' r a mrnpp B UOKSELLEIt, PIUNTEU. STAT10NER AHD ULA.Nh. IlUUft. IIAIWI, Uanncr UulldiiigO North ., Bennington. "W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellor at Law, anu tjolleltor Xjl...

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. — 11 April 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Tkursday Afternoon, April 11, 1889. TDX "WASHINGTON CENTKNNIAl.. Pnitdant Ilarrlaon leanea rroclaniatton Appolnttna; rh llour for Pryer Xy (A Prtiidtnt othe UniMStatta of.imtrica. A Proclamation i X buodred yeara have passed aince the Govern saent which our f oref athers founded waa f onaally ortaalBid. At noon on tbe 30th day of Aprll. WH.lnthe city of New a'ork ndlnthe preseuce of an aaacmbly of the herolc lnen whose patriollc devotion had led tbe colonlea to victory and In dapendence.Ueorge Waahlnfrton took the oath of otlc u Uhlef Magistratc of the new-bora rtpub lto, Thll Impreaaive act wu prtctded at 9 o'clock 1b tbe morning in all the churches of the ctty by prayer for Uod'a blesalnir on tlie Goveroment aad 1U firat rrcsldenu The centennlal of thla illuilrloui event ia our hlitory has been de ciared a general hollday byacl of Congresa, to tfae nd tbat the people of the wholecouutry uiy joln ln commetnorallve exercise approprlate to rha day. I...

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. — 11 April 1889

AGItlCUTTJRAL. AND MANUFACTUKINa 1NTEHESTS, The U'akhman laet week basan eJi toral artlcle wliich is both tlmely and i noortant. It saya: "The CuoiDiisaiouer has issued a sup tilementarr circular to llie lUtera renueat r... nmnnitnlhuf ihlnira ihnr rha HrrMma " " ' " p ...... -, . . . . u&u.. or tbe butier ana cnno?e proauct be coi Mted and etven in the repurta. He Bjggests furtDer tbat tbe creamery re lurns sbould be entered m tne rnanuiac turers' scbedule, so tbat a etatement of tlio dairvim? interest as comDrehensive as post-iblc raay be made. We trustthat all concerned, people and omcials, wlll neurlily co-opcrato wunwecotnmission. er in tbe nerformance of the new and vertr difficult taslc imposed upon hlra and information ia demanded by law The is absolulely necessary for the 8uo cesaful accompliahmeni 01 me very ira nortant Durooso the lesislaturc had it view. Itthould be as full.compleieand accurate as is required by tbe general Eovernment ia takiug the census, Tbe lufurm...

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. — 11 April 1889

0L1VER WEXDELL HOLMES. HIS TIRST ATTXM1T. Antocrnt of the llKakfaat Table In tha Xw England Slagailne, Xovember, 1S31. Tbe aim of the warrior'a ambition Is to govtrn ; of tbe philosopher'e, to doij B0tl2e. Tbe flrst has accomplished lne okject when bls power la undisputed: tha tecond, wbea his optnlons are held aered. I trust, my opimons are beld nered at the breakfaet table of my re peoted landlady, wbo has requested me to save ber the expense of an advertise mint, by etating In tbl- place, that sb wlll be bappy to accoramodato two more boorders on reasonable terms. Tbat it baa cost me some palns to accompllsh tkls mental infallibility , I do not deny. I have awarded tbe name of cberub to two infants respectively, neltber of whose outward featurea were laudable, and one of whora was almost a lusus. I have looked unmored upon the plate of mokine rolla, which haa now and then brcathpd up its soft aroma amidst the rank and flle of toasied lamlme around Ii, llke love in a desert. under...

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. — 18 April 1889

ronUSUKD EVSHT TnUCflDJtT ATTXBKOOR, Tvnuk n t UnRirRlPTtnil' 1 e ver. tuadAQce $1 50 1 Three luonths ZH wuiitb 74 Slngle coplr,... 5 KATKS OF ADVKliriSINai )i u inch.l week, . . 75 I One nc S months3.00 3n-Foufth col. 1 yr.SO.OQ Ono Inch 1 vear, . . .0C motices incrteu unuer ueau oi --uusiuw w kll Lctteraand Ccmmun.catloos ihould be ad ed C. A. riKUCE. intuuaner nu 1'iiiitrletor. , . , llutered at the Bennington P.O.assecond-cJas n'titer. Ousincss IDtvectory. C.H. MASON. TTOKNBVirtLAW. t toB,B.to. yt 3J C. II. DAllLING. A rTOBKKY ATI.AW. Onlce ovcr Kirst Natlonat bank, Itf bennington. t, II. C. DAY, M. D. OFFltE AT DllUd STOItE. No. 17, MalnSlrcct, Bennington, Vl. pccial atteutlou given to diseases of tho hcart 0- lUUgS. C. A. PIEUCE, (UOKSEM.EU, rMNTEft, STATIONEIt I AND HLAKK UOOK MAKER, lUnncr Buildlng,) North st., Bennington. W. II. SHELDON. 4 ttorney nnd Counsellorat I-aw, anu fcollcltol V Inl'hancery. Onlco and resljencif Jl li Street, Bennington, Vt. lUtf-82 COAI, ! COAM COA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 April 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Tknrsday Afternoon, April 18, 1889. A I'ltOCLAMATION, Gorrraor Dllllna;ham Apiolnti April 30 aa Rpeclal Day of Thanklglrlnfr. Jlroionr. By iriKfnm P. Diltingham, Governor. A Proclamalion. Ta F(Mrnltlnn of the dlvlne culdane that cn- aaleit onr forefutLen to establlsh a government aerif lfiff ita powera from the consent of tha gov araed ; lnaclcnowIcdgnicntoftlieProvldenceihat aas preaerred and atrcngthened it during tha at MBinnr ttl ita exlatcnce : and In conunem- aration of the ioducUon Into nfticc of tbcNation'a f ret Chief Maglstrale, I do he rcby appoint Tucs- 647, tne tniruein aay 01 Apru. insiani, wuo rerred aa a day ofspeclalthanksglrlngto Al. mlviit- llrtd. Aad In furtherance of the recomme ndation of tha frtsldent o; the United States, I renuest that al tae hour of nine o'clock in the morning all the tMnlof th(aKtate"renair to their resoectlve vlacea of dlrlne worshlp to lmplore the favor of woa, that tne blessings 01 uuercy, prosicriiy an...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 April 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. On llie WIiir" Our nilHiil Cor- reapondent ee Waauluittou. Kast Woodstock. Conn.. ADtil 0. 1889 TothcEilitor 6f the Banner . Deah Biii : 1 nave recemiy epent a aay in WashinRtou and saw so many tliincs uf interest, that I will give you a few lines of notea on my wanderings. I had a pleasant trip. I had never bcen In Vir- Kinia before, and I was prepared to en joy it very muoh. Tho thoutlit8 of the miiny atirring ecenea of tliia histotic ground, the home nf Jftlerson, and Munticello, and then Mount Vernon; to have seen them will be a pleasant menj ory. Washington is getting to bo by f r tle most Iniereating city on the Con tluent to visit, beaide being the Capital of the country. Tho Mecca of the polit ical pilgrim, it is faat gathering to itself contributions frora every part of the world and tbis will eoon mako it a unl versity of inforniation for the people. in every sphere and phase of life. It is estimated that ovpr 300,000 strancers visit it every year. The oM t...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 April 1889

TI1E ANGEI. PAIN. IBT LICT S. BVOOLES.) Art thou an anstl 1 1 bve ftlt Uir touch 01 keen, dread aRocr . Thou oa my brow Hut preaed f ull oft thlne heary u-on hand, Antl made me ihudder and grow ficlc atheart, And dce m thou art my atern, Tlndictke foe t Not thlne the gentle touch otfrlendahlp twtt, That blessea hUe it cheera the weary one ; X friend doth aolace gire, and make us gUA That ahe will tlslt us, and oft wt lay Our hand in htra, and like a truttlng child (mpoie ourselrei to pleasantdreams ; but Ihou, O Falo, a dagger hast wlthln thlne hand, And we would thee command to go away, Were it not Taln, (or thou perslatent art, And willingly thy hold will not release. 'Tla hard, O Pain, to thlakan anrel fonu Ii thlne, for thou dost seem, on buralng wuuj, To bear Death's mandate to the atrickeu one, That wrlthes withln th y graip o powcrful, And he dothpray that thou will boou depart, And Tlilt him, O crusl 1'ahi, no more, Art thou an aajsel t Coma .,1th amillngfaje, And plce no th...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 April 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. — 25 April 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, April 25, 1889, Probably no one ihlns marka more empbatically the world's jirogrcsa than tbe recent event of tbs foundering of tbe Steamer Denmark, and tbe rescueof her paeaengere, crew and all nurnbering over 700 souls. The steamer ia found abandoned in ruidocean and a life boat ia picked up afterwards, empty, also abandoned. Nolhing ia known for a few daya of tbe fate of tbe people on board. The multiplicity of voyages ia such tbat in a few daya more tbe ves sel'a list ia obtained, and presenlly the Kood news comea that another steam- anin. the Miesouri. ha tbeshipwretched souls on board and has arrived at tbe Azore Islands. Fifty yeara ago tbie would bave become known.if at all.only after weeks of waitlng, and no longer tban twenty five yeara aince much less opportunity would have been afforded for escape and tidinga than now. Tbe Tessel'a loss waa due to the bursting of the encine pipes, and the engineer was killed on ihe epo...

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