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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 April 1889

IN CHANCEUY. BENNINGTON COUNTY William U. Stock wt 11 ts James II. FitzertlJ, VrnV Thnmnson. Marearet Morrisiev. Edwarc Morrtwey, Nellfe McCurnej, ratrtck McCurnej, Mrr Mack, Mlchael Mack, Marcaret Uanies, istratoi, Edwtrd Fitzgerald, Kiecutor, Mar- iraret Jones, l,uttier irtsn. ilenrv tsiocKweii, llelen lUrney, i'bUUp llarney, Johanna Harney, iiridcrct uirner. ai&rv uarner. uames I'owrrs. Thomas rowers, Nellie Poweraand Nora rowers, Whereas WUHam II Stockwell of Bonnlneton iu sald County has filed in the offlce of the Clerk of the Court of Chancery in and for Mld County lus blll or complatni afnunswames ii.c niReraiu, Frank Thompson and Hararei iuornssey 01 Henninirton In said County, Edward Morrlssey of nmtimbnnwn Nllie McCirnev. Patrick McCur- ney of llooslck Falls tn the State of New York, Mary Mack and Mlchael Mackof bennington aforesald. Marcaret llarnesand 1'atrick Barnes of sald llooslck Falls, E. C, Houghton adininistrator of the estate or ratricic iuornsHey, acceaaea, ...

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. — 25 April 1889

ALUEM AT TICONDEHOdA. by OEonaK w. iunsfAN. TJpon page 380 of Tho New Eogland Hiitorical and Oenealogical Regieter, Volumo 41, an article commences with tbeie pasaaRes : "Tlie writer lost yeara ago much of hia faith iu liiatory and tra ditlon. EvenUaremiaatated; good and wiaa men are rcpreeented as wicked and foollita, and virtue and greatness be towtd on tho undeeervlDp. After cen loriea, often, men and aotlonsaresliown to have been entirely niisjudged.amJ, in tomo cases, as in tbat of William Tell, hLtory becomea pure fiction. "An amusing illuatratlon of one of Iheao peraiatent and popularly cheriahed flcliona has reoently come to the knowl cdge of tbe writer. According to all historieaof the United States, Etban Allen demandnd from the Brltiah com mander the euriender of Tioonderoga. Tn th nnmn nf thu Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress.' Prof. Jamea D. Butler of Madiaon, Wiaconain, has informed me that his grandfatber Iarael Harria was rjresent. and bad often told him tba...

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. — 2 May 1889

roiuensD ktirt thukbdat attirxooh. TlBMl or SnBiCaiPTinw; 0 tc yer, la adTaace $1 60 I Three moathi.M..39 munthi T Hlngle copies,.., ...... J frOSTlGB PRK.WIB.l RATKS OF AUVERriSINGl )ae Inch.l week, -$ T4 I One Inci S month93.00 io wcn, 3 weeks, - 1.25 I une Inch 0 montlis,4.w Oae.Fourth col. 1 yr,30.00 ' One Inch 1 year, - 6.00 nuTicis lnseneannaerneaa oi "uusioess ix cais" 10c per line, each Inscrtlon, AllLettrrsand Communlcatlons ihoald be ad- rtrnsed O. A. riEUCE, TablUher and I'ronrletor. Entered atthe Bennington P.C.assecondclas mauer. Busincss Qircctory. C. II. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block, Bennington, Vt. C. II. DARLINQ. AXTORNEV AT LAW. OIHce OTcr First Nationul bank, 4lt' Bennington. Vt, II. 0. DAY, M. D. rVFPlCE AT DRUO STORE. 1 1 No. 17. MalnSlreet. Bennington. Vt, Spcclal attention giren to dlseascs of the heart du iitngs. ill C. A. PIERCE, lOOKSELLEn, PIUNTEB,, STATIONER U AND ULANK UUUK MAKEIt, Banner Bulldint;,) North Bt., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorne...

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. — 2 May 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, May 2, 1889. When the Rev. Elward Beecher, in 1751, published his book on the pre-exis tence of human llfe, Uu father, Dr. Ly ruan Beecher, was asked what he l hougbt s ik. ihiwirv "Wpll " hn renlled. "if the Almlghty has been running the uni verae on thls plan all theae ages and hae it'a a shame for Edward to expose it." iew l otk i rwunc. youths to master useful trades is a 6ub- critica have waxed so elequent that it Btanco was a pecular cbaracteristic of iiie in Amenca. iuo ui uiese hhiw have probably never taken the trouble to thlnk that one of the reasons why eo few American youtha become apprenti cea Is that the trade unions, largely run by foreigners, are determinad that tbey anall nnt tiawa on nnnnrtlinlt V. Iillt. be the causes what they may, it can eaeily be demonetrated that the condition of aflairs which our critica condem bo aeverely is by no means conlined to the unnea oiar.es. The so-called "Nationalists;' of Bosto...

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. — 2 May 1889

The llotela T. Iilquor. North Bennington. Anril, 30. 18S9. Mr. Editor : There haa nothint; for a lJ.ie lime, so elati'd the friendBoI lem perance and good order, as the bold, manly aml irutnrul wonls of vour cor respondent, Maj. A. R. Valenttne, in tlie uanner ol lan werk. It, Tor the niost part, volces the gentnuents of the best part of the comraunity, and ite procla mation by one 'vho lina civen hia atlcn tion to the auhject, and haa had experi- enco at noteia in au pjris 01 inecouniry, in hia extenaive travelj for jvars, will nsve Rrc at vceigiil in toning up me cour age of the law and order poition, and atrenethenlng the weak kneeu, now that those interoted in the eale of lin uora for the eake of pecuniary gain.no m.itter what the concequencea may be to familiea and eapecially the ynuDg.have taken a stanii that they will not accnm modate the traveling public unleaa the cifzena will allow theru to deal out, con trary to our laws. that which producea tnree rourtha ot ull thecrimea...

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. — 2 May 1889

MR. BOWSER CLKANS 110U8E. Tfaa annual domestio upbcaval In the Bowser houeeholrl broueut tbe lord and matter out in & new and mtereatiag llght, tbus veraclously chronicled ia the Detrolt Free Press by the eympathetic partner or his joys ana eorrows : "What did thoae two colored women want ?" inquired Mr. Boweer as be came in the otber evening just aa tbe lcdlvid Dtlt referred to were paesing out. "They called to see when I would be ready (or them." "How ready ?" "It ia epring, you know." "Well, what bas spring. you know, got to do witb two colored women ?" "I hate got to wash a few wlndows and take up a carpet or two." "Houee cleaning ?" "No, not exactly, but then " "See here, Mrs. Bowser; thlathing bas got to stop rigbt here and now. Because tome 200 years ago eome old cranky bomekeeper in New England feltobligcd to rlp and tear and upset the house for two or three weeka in April, all you wo men of today feel obllged to keep up tho coitom." "But everybody cleans house more or I...

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. — 9 May 1889

rUBUBHID IYIRX TtlCBBDATimiUfOOM. TlRMB OT SlTBflCBirTIOK: 0 le Ter. la ftdraoce il SO I Thrcc months......31 muathi 76 Bioffle cop.es,.., J (l-UBTAHX TRK'TJ ID.J ItATKS OP ADYKRriSING I ")ac inch.l week, - .$ 7ft I Om lnci S month83.00 lae inch, 3 weeks, . 1.25 1 One luch 0 monthi, 4.80 One-Kourth col. 1 yr.30.00 ' One lnch 1 year, - - 8.00 noTicxs inseneaanaeriieaa oi "utmneii u Cts" 10c per Une, each InsertloD. Letien &nd Commanlc&tlons ihould be d. dnssed O. A. riKUCK. FublUher and Prnnrltnr. Entered at the Bennington P.Cai ecoaddau maiter. . Custncss JDircctorn. C. II. MASON. 1 imvnwv 1P T AW A. Adams' Ulock. Bennington, Vt. S2 C. H. DARLING. ArrOHNEY AT LAW. Offlce ovcr First National bank, 44tr Bennington. Vt. II. 0. DAY, M. P. OFK10E AT DltUG STORE. No. 17. Maln Street. Bennington. VI Hpeclal atteution giren to diseasca of tbe bcart nd lunga. au C. A. PIERCE. 1 100KSELLER, 1'IUNTER, STATIONER U akdBLANK bookmaker, Banner Bulldlng,) North at., Bennington. W. B. SHELDO...

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. — 9 May 1889

The Banner. UENNUfUTON. VEIIMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Hay 9, 1889. Considerable iaterest is manifested in polltical circles over tbe nunouncement of sweeping investigations to be made by the United States Senats commi tcc on trade relations with Canada. Sur urise is expressed that tho committeo is empowereu to take uptho Behring's sea questlon. wnicn tortbree years nas Deen the subiect of internntional correspond- ence. Iiritisti Columbians nre urging tbe Canadian government to ask tbe imper- ial autbonties to send a cruiaer to uen ring'e sea. This astonishing statement is f rom tha Deraocratic Troy Press;. "In common parance, Unclo Sarn has played into tbe banda of tbeBrittsh long enough. When all restrictions aro removed f rom ships of Americau owncrshlp, wherever bougbt or bullt, then mall carrying contracta can be awarded to Americans. It will cost the Government more rnoney. Of course it will; but it be spent in thia country instead of England. Agatn tbe inquirer may ask wbat ...

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. — 9 May 1889

A MYSTERY -IS HOW- G. B. SIBLEY Gan sell such fine stock in goods fo so little money ; but that such is the case may be proved by calllng and Bxamining for yourself. NEW GOODS In the Latesl Novelties, In the dif'er ent.departments are constantly belng received and sold. A Large Line Of Suits, Light-weight Overcoats, Dusters, Hats, Gaps, Waists, Shirts, Ties, and in fact everything required (or a complete outfit, from youth to old age. A FINE LINE Of Trunks and Traveling Bags have also been added to my stock, to meet the oemands of my customers. Gall and secure bargains for your self at GLOTHING STORE, NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS. STOVES, RANGES, HARDWARE, WOODEN & GLASS WARE. CROGKERY, WINDOW SGREENS AND DOORS, NOW OPEN AT WM. WINSLOW'S Main Street, First Door West of Methodist Gfiurch, Bennington. All kinds of JOBBING done promptly, Tin-Roofing and Eave-Trough-ing a Speclalty. The "COOD ENOUGH" FamilI OIL AND GASOUNE CANl WAIterAni Ki D J)Y The Vlnfleld HannPCo., - Warren, 0 Every fa...

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. — 9 May 1889

COlirOItAL l'UNISlIMENT. It is an old adago that figures won't lie. That may be true, but it ia cqually true that they may be made to Rive an entlrely false lmpression. In a recent editorial, bafcd upon an articlo in the Christian Ilegister, you present wbat you characterize as ttart ling disclosures in regard to corporal punishment in the Boston echools. I have not tbe means at hand to verify your flRUres, or rathcr those o( the Reg itter, but, assumlng them to be correct, you announce that the ratloof boys pun ished in a vear is to tbe whole number aa 11 to 15." Let ui turn thta statement round and examiae it a little morecloso ly. There are about two hundred school daya in the year, then the ratio of boys punished in the grammar echools on any given day is aa 11 to 3000. or about one thlrd ot one per cent. That is to say, that 09 2-3 per cent. of tbe boys attend ing the grammar scbools of Boston go to tcbool (rom day to day in no danger of receiving corporal punishment. This is n...

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. — 16 May 1889

roiuiHiD iTinr THUBaDiTimsxooH. Tntxa o SnsscHiPTion: 0 le year. ln advanco (ltdl Three moutha.... '"' " 74 1 Buurte conles......... CrosTAai frx- ido HATES OJF ADVEIirlSINQ! One lnch.1 week, . . TS I One Inci S months3.00 Ons Inch, 3 weeki, . 1 Hh I Ono Inch 0 monthi, 4.(0 Oae-Fourth col.l yrJO.OO ' One Inch 1 year, .. 8.00 riOTicis lusertedunderhead of "Basineis Lo cais- lue per Une, tidi InserUon. . .VU Letters and CommurUcauoni ahoald be ad umsed C. A. 1'IKRCK, mblliher nnd Prnnrletor. Entered atthe Bennington P.O.asseoond-rJata Qusiucss Hircctori). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adama' Block, Bennington, Vt. C. II. DARLINO. AfTOHNE Y AT LAW. Offlce over Kirit Natlonal bank, lt Bennington. Vt, n. C. DAY, M. D. fFKli:E AT DHU! 8TORE. K.J No. 17. Main Strpet. Ttennlnfrtnn. Vt bpeclal aUeutlon given to diseases of the heart UU 1UU9. 411 C. A. PIERCE. OOOKSELLER. FRINTER, STATIONER U 1KDU1.AHK ilOUKMAKKR, Uanner lluildtng,) North it., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsell...

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. — 16 May 1889

The Banner. UENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, May 16, 1889, Tl.e Supreme Court bas settlcd tbe ouettion of tlio constitutionality of tho Scolt Cbineeo Exclusion act. Every one who bas tbe interest of our great Nation at heatt will bo glad to know that ibe leaky barriers of tbe act of 1882 bave heen tightened. New Yorkers are doing a vory fine thing ln trying to perpetuato in stono tbe very nne iimo iriumpnaiarcn at tne entrance to Fifth Avcnuc, as a ruemorial ot thcir centonntal celebration. ibe arch ia of wood ; tbey will make it Btone at a cost oi about lUU.uuo. Atnericans bave ueed tbe arch but Btldom asa form of memorial structure aud its proposed ubo now in New York ia appropriateand commendable, Tbe New York &uuof the 15tb, inat., eaye of this : "The Washington Memorial Arch, tbat is now very sire of being erected here, will not bo ono of the flrst-clasa worka of art in the world, but it will be the (inest thing of the kind on this side of tbe Atlantic Ocean. The p...

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. — 16 May 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. Clilcago From 1817 to 1851. To the EJitor of the Banner . Deau Sir : I promlsed in my last lotter to your paper i would give your readera meiniDg oi me nistory ot Uhlcago. at many bave not seen the wondera ine west, and eapeclally tbe great of Cblcaeo. Tbe eatlv crowlh o( fcaeo waa not nhenomenal. The flrst nted State cenaus of this clty was )ten in 1840 which ehowcd a population la.oas. not ouite tremingin iive vears, mm inai umR nn. in gmm ui aii uisaa vantafe,.tbe clty contmued to grow, Another balf decade ehowed an equal mcrease, the census in 1850 disclosing a population ot 2U,aU. ln tbe meantitne the canal had been completed, and for about two years there had been pouring into Chicago grancries tbe wealth of tbe lllinola Valley farms; lake commerce bad attained to fair proportiocsand reg ular linea "upper lakeeteamers"unload ed immense cargoea of mercbandiae and paaaenners. and reloaded with eouallv rich cargoea of grain and provlsions for tbe Eastern ruarket. ...

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. — 16 May 1889

KOTES AND COMMK.NIS. Hod. Barnea Frlsbio in the Poultney Journal savs: "It seems nuite well un derstood that tbe Bettlcment of tbe state becan at Bennington In 1701. Tuero had been rrior to tbat timn sotne Rtray Bettloments or occupaliona in different carta of the etate. but tbe eettlement at Bennington was intended aa permanent at the time it was maue, anu louowea in contieuous towne, until the settle- raent nnread ovcr tbo state or main por tiona of it. The Occupaliona prior to Bennington were suuatantially tnllltary posts. Lake Cbnmplain waa uiscoveren bv a Frencbuian by tbe namo of Utiam plain aa early aa 1C09 and the reglons a one the bordera or tbat lake were ex plored not long after that date, and tho almost continuoua wara oetween tne t,n glish, Frencb and Indiana froin Cbam nlain discovery down to 1700. the terri- tory wbicli ia now Vermont, waa made a higbtvay for hotsile forcea, includinR Eneliah, French and Indiana, But aoon after tbe connuest of Canada by the En glish a...

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. — 23 May 1889

f DSL18QED TBBY TUUH8D1T ArTXRHOOIf , TaKB OP SnBICRtPTIOH: jcr, 1q adranco 91 5 1 Three months 3) muaths " 76 I Siugle copics, -3 (P0ST19E PBE-P 1D.? ItATKS OF ADVJCUriSINQ I rfc.l wek. . . Tll Ona IncS S monthS-13.00 Lcttersand CommunlcaUoos should be ad- r ncr llne. -aii lnscruon. sed c, A, riKRCis. ruouinw n Kntered atthe Bennington F.O.aasecond-claw matter. Busincos JBircctory. C. II. MASON. ATTOKNEV AT LAW. Adams' Bloclc. Bennington, Vt. C. II . DARLINO. AfTOKNEY ATLAW. Office over Flrit Natlonal bank, 4U' Bennington. M, II. 0. DAY, M. D. y-VrVllMJ. AT nniii! HTORE. I I No. 17. Maln Street. Hcnnlncton. Vt. tipeclalatteutlon given todiscasca of the licart du lungs, n. A. PIERCE. 13 OOKSELLER, riUNTEIl, 8TATI0NER 1HD ULAMl JJUU1VMAM.H. Banner Buildlng,) North it., Bennington. W. II. SHELDON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Soltcltot In Chancery. OfBce and resldence 1S 11am street, Bennington, vi. lUtf-83 COAI.l COALI COALI LIME AND CKMENT AT WIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL. Dcpot ., J...

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. — 23 May 1889

The Banner. OENNINQTON. VERMONT : Thursuay Aftemoon, May 23, 1889. Very few people appreciate the fact that for a number of years thia town has not only paid theinterest on itsindebled nees, but has tetired a portion of itn tunded dobt; as fast as it becamo due f 12,000 m the last two years, witbout additional taxation. In facl ihere haa been n reduciion of 30 cents on the dol lar from three yeara ogo. The wbole fuuded indebtedness ia thus to be paid within the next twelve years having bcoD $130,000 dollara originally. Thia eum haa been now reducedtothe flgnrea J84.290. The railroad bonds of f 113,000 coming due July lst, 1897, no doubt can be fuoded also and ia thia way as easlly paid aa haa been arranged for tbe large Uoating indebtcdneBS referred to, In Bhort Bennincton ia now rapidly reduc ing her Habilities on an increasing Grand list, and the taxea never eo promptly paid, although croakera have not yet beard of the change. Financially our town hu not for thirty yeara been in a...

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. — 23 May 1889

NEWS AND NOTES. It is thoueht tbat the conlcraplated Proteatnnt Epjscopal catbedral at One uunared and Tenin street, iiew loru, k will cost 115,000,000. At least thia Is the itimate ctven by tnose Dest able lo e. A meiropoiiian contemporary Vit probably will be tbe greatest or Its kiod on tliia contlnent for . two centurieB, and it seems dea narK an era in American archt. Tho ftvle is Rothic and (he Clui. The Dlan contenipiatea a pace eiglity-eix feet tqnare.with xes unobstructed by columns, vhole containinR 21,000 aquare feet lloor room. About 3,000 people can Be eeated withtn a radlus of 115 feet. Such an enterprise does not look as though interest in rellgion was waning, The formation of a new county, to be composed of tbe towns of ujver and Halifax, Whitingham, Bomerset and Wilmington in Windham cotm'y, and Iieadsboro. Stamford and Searsburg in Bennington county, with Wilmington as the county fet, is croposed by the Deerfield Valley Times. It eays : "These town, wbich are bounde...

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. — 23 May 1889

DONT CUEAT THK MtlNTER. The man who cheats hli printer Oat of one single cent, Will new rtach the heavenljr land Where old Elljih vrtnt. llo'll strer galn admlttance tlierc, But be by demons drlven ; Be made to loaf hls tlme about Outilde the gatcs ofheivtn. lle'll nerer ineet a plcasanl facc, Or sce one feitlve ftrlo ; Ilis only chance of happlness Will bc almlghty Ihln. Paciflc rrinttr. A TKUIjV genehous man. II ow a KnonluR Trnnip Worked Illni for n Quarler. "Strancer," said a rcd-noscd, sccdy looking mnn, walking up to a customer ln a v mc strcet saioon, "wm you pieasu turn your licad to tho riglit just aiiiiio bit ? That'll do. Huui ! 1 thought I could not bo tnistakcn." "NYhat's workin' yo ?" remarked tho barkccper. "Trying to claim acriunin tanco with this gentleman ?" "Not at all, sir ; not at all. I merely wished to seo tho gentlcman's faco to bettcradvantago. Tliolacus, my incnu, I nm a creat student of human nature, and pndo niyself on tho facl that I can judgo of a man'a...

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. — 30 May 1889

I .v rUIUtniD CTIRT THUR8DAT ArTXRXOON, Tkbxs or SuBscRiFTiOM : n ritir. In &dvance ftl 60 I Three monthl....3l muains 10 Dtngie copics, .o KATKS OF ADVKIiriSINQ: lnch.1 week, - 751 Ono inci 3 monthf 3.00 ncn, a weeKS, i. l une wcn o momni,.o fouxth col.l yr,30.00 One Inch lycar, -- 6.0C ICE9 lnsenea unaer neaa oi uuaiac uu- 0 nr llnd. irh lnrtton. Lcttersand Communicatlons ihould be ad ed C. A. I'lKIlCK. ruuusner ana ntered at the Bennington P.O.assecond.clas raatte r. Qusincss Htrcctort). C. H. MASON. A TTOHNEY AT LAW. V Adwns' Block. Bennington, Vt. 3S 0. II. DAHLING. AfTORSEY ATLAW. Ofllce ovcr Firit Natlonal bank, 4Ur Bennington. Vt, II. 0. DAY. II. D. OFKIOE AT DIIUH STORE, No. 17, MslnStrcct, Bcnuincton, Vt. Spcclal atteution jriren to discsscs of the hpnrt DdluDgs. tlf C. A. PIEUCE, BOOKSEI.LEU, riUNTER, STATIO.NEU inn ULANK BOOK MAKElt, Bsnncr Ilutltling,) North st., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsrllor at Law, anu sollcltor XJL. in unaneery. unice aiiu 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. — 30 May 1889

The Banner. UENNINUTON. VERMONT ! Thursday Afternoon, May 30, 1889. Froru an interview with Dr. Oliver Wendall Ilolme8, publiahed in tlie Cour ierJournal, it ia aeen that notwithatand Ingiiia eminencc of intellect he takea a gloomy view of the proapecta of litera ture. He eaya : "The queation Is, Will this country ever see another auch group of remarkablR meu as Boston haa pro kuced ? In hiatory Ibere are Preacott, Motley and Parkman: in theology.Theo dore Parker and Dr. Dartol; in oratory, Wendell Phillipa; in philosophv. Emer son ; in poetry.Longfellow an I Whittier, (or tbe latterj if not an actual rcaident in Boston, muat be regarded, neverthe less, as belonging to the Boston literary gulld. There is Lowell, alao. Othera might be mentioned in addition to those tlready named. For real intellectual force take tbe old Cbestnut Street Club, or the Radical Club, as eome chonee to calllt. Where will you flnd its equal ? We nave never haa anyimng iikb u in this country since, Indeed, t...

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