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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 May 1889

Norin liciinliiston. Tlio anniversary for tbe decorjtlon of he Boldier dead, bringa forcihly lo minj the hardships and Buflerings of lliose who went out in tlio Rebtllhm tu Bave the Union, 1( nrd ho, by the giving up of tho'r livea. IIow matiy died in tlio atteuipt, and how many sullered as no snn npnn. rnm HinrvHi nn hiiii hiiihh. irtinnrhnnif . tnmitrn inp nau can noi put upon papor, may not be uninter- 1 , nf tUnoa H.ioa ort Mno what war reolly is. Oliver Green of Shaftsbury, one of tlio velcrana of the war, enlietad in the lst Vt, Cavalry, Co. i. in 16G2, under Capt, Bean of Pownal, and wus later under Capt. Frank Rty of ilennington, wboae promiee as a patriot and eoldier i on the lips of all his cmu rades The regiment was forwarded to Washington and were einploy ed between Washington and Alexandria for Bonie lime, for the protection of the Capital, which it was ever the desire of the Con federates to capture. The cavalry were einploy ed in reconnoitering about the different gap...

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. — 30 May 1889

WAM. STIIEET IN FICTION. Notrt Made bf Charlc DuJlcy Wr ncr, lu llie Courso ol "A 1.1111s Jour nef ln the World," One of the raost curioun and interest itiR places in the world is a Chamber in the buainess heart of New York if that ecene of etruegle anJ passion can be said to have a heart aituated raidway where the currentt of eagerness to ac quire Ihe money of other people. not to make it, ceaselessly meet and daeh agatntt each other. If we could suppoae there was a web coverinp; thls region, pun by the moBt alert and buay of men to catch those less alert and raore pro ductive, here in thls Chamber would slt the iogenlous epiders. But the analogy fails, for enidera do not prey upon each other. Scientists say that the human nvstem has two nervo centres one in the brain to which and from which are telegraphed all movemenlB depenuing upon the will, and another in the small of the back, the centre of the involun tary operations of repiration, digestion, and 60 on. It uiay be fanciful t...

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 June 1889

$ettttfafltot t rUU8HID IT1HT TBDBBDAT AFTXRKOON, Tinvi nf HmtRGRlFTlON : Ci tm rmr. in.uiT.Ynca ftl 60 I ThfPB month9...3& muntDi .& 1 omirio cop, (rosTiQZPBK-riDO KATES OF ADYKKHSINO t Inch.l week. . .t T5 I One lnc!i 8 month83.00 nch, a weeitB, !. l vne mcn q uiouvu,."- LetterttDd Cbmmttnlcations inonld be ad- irl n. A. 1'IKltUJS. 1-UUiiBiiw Kntered atthe Bennington P.O.asseeond-daM Dusmc09 EHrcctorn.. c. n. MASON. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Adams' Ulock. Bennington, Vt. 31 C. II. DARLINQ. ArrOKNKY ATLAW. Offlce over Vinl Natlonal bank, 44tr Bennington. M, II. 0. DAY, M. D. OFF1UE AT DltUU STORE, No. II, Maln Street, Bennington, Vt. Special attenUon given to dltcascs of the heart od lungs. " tt. A. PIERCE. 13 ooKSEixEn, rniNTEn. stationer AND UbANK. UUUn. Banner Bulldiug,) North st.. Bennington. Vt. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Couniellor at Law, and Sollcltor In Chancery. Offlce and residence 18 tf. Maln Street, Bennington, vt. 19tf-8J COAI. ! COAL1 COAL! T 1ME AND CEMENT X-i AT WHOLE...

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 June 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT ; Thursday Afternoon, June 6, 1889. "A 1'ltAOTICAL EDUCATION FOIt THESE DAYS." The last number of Ilarper'a W'eekly contains an "Address to Teacbera" by Charles Dudley Warner bearing the above tltle. lt la an admlrable eeeay on the eubject. and though it is inleoded mainly for educalors, ila doctrines are bo sountl tnat lt wui na read with inter tet by all those whofo attention isdrawn to the Bubject, providcd tliey care, and who does not. for the education ot our youth. It ehould be eald that ita ideas are old fashioned and are in danger of being eet one eide by tbe cooimercial and utilltarlan tendencies of tbe day. Against what Mr. Warner calla this ''popular at'itude toward the whole sub ject ol education ne protests. ile oe- tines tbia "popular attitude" to be, a de mand "that the education inthe district echool, in tbe lilgli ecbool, and in the college should be practical" and he goes on to eay : "By a practical education is meant.not dlscipline,...

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 June 1889

THE JOHXSTOWX CALAMITY. The Drine of 18S9 closed wllli the most diaastrous freshet ever Known m clvilized lands, Tbe Conemaugh Valley of PennsylTania becamo in a few mo ments a Valley cf Death. A condensed account of the awful calamity ae at flrst tn.dftv'tt liiNNKR. Kach niail anu i. wneuever wr.ueu, w iu uo uuc ui get an idea of the magnitude of the valley of the Onenniuti uiver, irom South Forks to Ulalrsville, about thirty two miles. Dozsns ot towns of from 1.000 to 10.000 populalion have been Dractlcallv swept from the face of the edrth. Johnstown, the sceneof the awful dis aster, is situated on the Coneruaugh Hiver.thlrtv miles southwcst of Atloona. about thirty miles from , the famous Iloraesboe curve aud seVenty-eight miles to theeaatof I'lttsburc. ittstne eastern terminaa of the Western diviaioo of the Pcnnsvlvania Canal. Picturetnue moun taln sceues eurround the town, it being bullt down in the valley at the foot of the tall Alleghanies. It had a papulation of about 10,000...

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 June 1889

T1IK SOLBIISlt'S rilAYElt. It was the fall of 186, durlng those troublous timea tLat tried men'a eouls nnd broke women'e hearta, Ihat a ellp of a glrl of about 0 years etood on the plat form at the depot ln onenf the suburbarj tonrjsof Cleveland and watcbed the waiting train with its coachload of ol diers on their way to the front. The pale face of the wee woman wa9 bo full of admiratiou, and oad with a patbetic longing in It aa well, that more tbanone boy in blue remarked It. Finally one, wilh laughlng impertinence, called out : "Hello, little raaid. ia jour aweetbeatt ofl to the war ?" "You are all my eweet heartB," anawered the child. 4,Couie in nnd rav eoodbv to U8." The child ran forward, and, clamber- ing up the steps, went into tue car. ine eoldier wbo had accosted tbe little maid was tho counterpait of hundreda who went out to battle in those daya, and wnn nleen the laat lone aleeD under the aoutbern stars ; full of vlgor and life, a little "fast," perbaps, but ewoet ana hon...

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 June 1889

SSemtiitjtfait $)mum fUILIBHID ITKBT THURSDAT ArTXRNOOlt TlBXI OT 8DB8CR1PTION: n te reir. ln (uItadca il 50 I Three months......31 mwDtht Tft I Slnglo corics,. f pohtao rai-r ID.1 IlATKS OF ADVKHriSING: .. u .L i ' n r - i.w t fkrt s' 10 ner line. each Iniertlon. ttiitnmul kttlia Tlunntntnn P.O.ftS SflCOQtl-clfcW matter. Busincsfl JDircctorn. C. H. MASON. ATTOllNEYATLAW. . Adams' lllock, Dennlnirton, Vt. C. H. DAItLINO. AlTOKNEYATLAW. Oftlce ovcr Fint Natlonal bank, 4Hf llcnnlngton. Vt, II. U. DAY, M. D. "V VVIl!R AT DHini STORE. J Xo. IT. Main Slrcct, Bennington, Vt. apeclalalteutlongiventodlseasea of thc beart oa tUUgS. W C. A. PIERCE. IJOOKSEI.LKU, rmNTKIl. STATIONEU JL AND BLANK BOOK MAKEll, Usnner Bullding,) North t., Bennington. W. 13. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counse Ilor at Law, and Sollcitor XJL ln L.nancery. umce anu resiuencv 1 n MalnStrcet, Bennington, Vt. Mf-82 COALI COALI COALI LIME AND CEMENT AT WHOLESALE AND HETAIL. Depot it., J. U.LORINU & (X)., Bennington. BATCHE...

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 June 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, June 13, 1889. TIIK CONEMAUGU UAM. We give herewith an abatract of the vlewa of Prof. D. II. Oreene of iho Rens nnlfiar Pnlvtechnio Inetltute. an enei- ueer well known in thia violnity, on the cause of the foilure of the Cooemaugh dam. as reported in a recent issue of the Troy Times. Tho samo conclmiona had been arrived at by one of our own citi zens, a person well vcraed in hydraulica and of practlcal experience in their ap plication, and the Banner had engaRed him to prepare an article on the eubject. He, however, prefcra to lct Prof, Greene talk. The viewa of Eogineer Greene, we Bee, aro beginning to be acceptcd quite generally, now that the facta are better underatood. Mr. Ward, the contractor of the monument, we underatand, ac cepta them. The chief engineer of the Croton water worka in New Yorfc City, eays : "Iam far from condemningearth work reservoirs. If the Johnatown dam had beenprovided with a proper oullet, it wouid 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. — 13 June 1889

COXEMAUGII VALLEY. IIELIEP FOR JOHN8TOWN. A Oraphlc Lettrr froin MliaHellle J. Wll- IIhim Bennington Itesponus LlbflrHlljr- Lrli TOIIIiania tbe DlBbnrslnc Oillcer Intereltlnc; Pnrtlculars. Just af tnr the last week'a IiANNKlt went i nnn nmn in iihv ht ciiiiv lur iutr Lurmuuun ui iiiu muuv iiitruuo une, a pdrucular : Johnstowk, Pa., June 8ih, 18S3. MY DEAIi FltlE.ND : It nas Deeu eo long since I hava written a lettor that I scarcely Know now to Decin; duc tninit' ine tbat our friends in Bennington would like to bear of our welfare, I will endcavor to write soniething and will reouest vou to inform Inouirinc friends. as we have not time to write to all. No worda can express or givo any idea of the borrible diaaater which csme upon tne ceonie ot Jotinstown. ino uewena pers bave made many mlatakes.but bave not oxazgerated in tbe ieast aa far as I have read thcm. On Memorial Day a patty of ten went on a picnio and had eunh a delightful time. How little did any of that happy company reali...

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 June 1889

11LIND LETTEHS. When one considers the large numbei of letters wbich daily pass through a big postoflice, it ia surprieinR that so few are missent ; and wben tboillegible writlng and lncomplete addreeaes aro taken into account. thepromptnessand Intclligenco of tho cferks in correcting thc careless ness or Ignorance of correspondenta de serve, warm praise. In eome instanies it Is almost imponsible to declpber tho writiDg upon an envelope, and only by practice, combined with whatscems al most an intuitive knowledge of the writ er's intentions, can the intended desti nallonofa letter be ascettained. In otber cases tbo several letteraate dis tincily writcen, but the writcr has ueed a phonetio or some uncommon syBtem of indicatlng the town or city to wbich be deslres bis letter shall be eent, and It ia only by shrewd guessinethat the clerk can drcide in wbat direction to fortvard it. For example, a letter addreaaed to "Parrie. K. C. in of K. C. K. K.," was eent to Paris, Kentucky, wbich ...

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 June 1889

rUBUSBKP STK&T T11DBSDAT ArTEBXOON , Tkrms or 8oscriptios: O te yer, ln advanee $1 60 I Three nionths........3H muQins 10 1 oioriu cop.i-B. (rOBTAOR rRB-P IDO UATES OF ADVKItriSINO: 1 wfa- - .4 M An lnc 3 mnnthfiAS.OO nr 1in. -h lnrtlon. Busincss Divcctory.. C. U. MASON. A TwnWPV AT T.AW. jtV Adama' lllock. BennlnBton, Vt. 32 C. H. DARLINQ. AlTORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over Fint Natlonal banlc, 4Hf Bennington, M, II. U. DAY, M. D. OFriOE AT DllUtl STOUE. Vn. 17. Mnln Street. Bcnninclon. Vt. bpcclal alteulion given to dlseasca of the heart nu lungs. n a pip.nnR 13 00KSE1.LKR, riUNTEIl, STAT10KEB 1HD Ul.AKtl IlUUft. S1AAI.II, llanncr Baildinj,) North st., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. ttorney and Counsellor at Lnw, and Solleltor L in C'hancery. Offlce and residene 18 tat Main Street, Bennington, Vt. ltf-8a COAM COAL1 COAL1 LIME AND CEMENT AT W1IOLESALE AND EETAIL. Dcpot tu, J. 1I.LOIUNU 4 00., Bennington. BATCHELDER & HATES. ATT0KNEY8 AND COUKSKLLOltS AT LAW and Sollcitors In Chancery....

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 June 1889

The Banner. liENKINUTON. VE11MUNT : Thursday Afternoon, June 20, 1889. There is a peculiar signiiiance iti tlie statement that on the anniversary nf tlie battle of Waterloo tlie Pennsylvania probibitionlsts met iheir overwhelming dcfeat, John Qllbert, the Nestor of thedrama, is dead, having reached the age of 79 years. Ile was born in Bsston, and at tbe age of 14 entered a dry goods- store, where he remaincd four years. Partici pation in prirate theatricals, liowever, gave the youth a fondness for the stage, and be playcd vatious purta in tlie Bos ton theatres, receiving at first a ualary of $3 per week. Ue will long bereraem bered as a man who lionored bia profes ston. "When my youngest son came home froin Yale," aaidEx StateSenator Jamps Arkell of Cansjoharie, N. Y., in a recent interview, a'he was chuck full of frcc trade. He was literally bursting wiih it and carried it around like a chlp on his shoulder, anxious for aomebody with whom to engage in controversy ovcr it. 1 set him...

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 June 1889

TI1K JOUNSTOWN HOIIROK. 1. A mighty Tolume of watcr, Bneepa tuiMenly IhrougU tlin glen, And mlnsled wM lt Re roar, We hf ar the cries ot uicn, Of women and of chlMrrn, As they are hurried past By the unrelentlug currcnt, To desirucuou iwept so tat. We liear thtir pltcous crjr ; Uave mercy 1 Thou Moel lligb. un come the mnuacnca waicrs, Wlth a tcinpestuoua rusU, " Oreat tre ei and masrive strucUrrs, Lllce slinple toya, thv trush. . III. Wlth angry roar, llle tliunder loud, The torrent onward rolli, While ever above Ita fearful dln, Comea the cry of clrow nins soul. Tossed on tts dark rouph surface Are thc dyiug and thedcad. Wlll Iti fury never lessen y la it by soine deinon fcd r, To the bridgo, to the bridB-e, for aafclj," ltlngs oul upon the alr, Soon hundtcds clinR t" lts drlplnR siilef Wltli the encrgy of ilcplr. Uxik ! See 1 What vlvl.l flash ts tliat ! Is It the llplitnlns's gleam ? Nu. 'TU a flre fiend at worlc, Amonf; raftcrand roofaml beain. v. Helplrfts, thcy stand upou lli...

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 June 1889

A VKNAL COLONY TUHNKD INTO A LAND OK l'BOMI8E. The name which the great islaud-con-tinent of Australia bears conveys to the miijd of a majority of readers theidea of a half olvllized Imd inhnbiied by penal coTonisU. Tliat such was oncetbe condiiion of thla far way country is very true, but time has wrought a marvelous change wiihin its borders. Djubtlesa Australia. would uot bavo risett into notice, or have been so rapidly pcopled by tbe subjects of Qreat Ucitain, had it Dot been that, in tbo early ilaya of ilB discoverv, crioiinala were traneported thitlier "in euch large numbcra. This practlce has long eioce been discontinu ed, Some of tbe rich menof Australia came out from Eugland as prisioners, atul the heads of many farailies whoee descendents are now justly esteeaied and respected, were once ticket-of-leave men. But it should be remembered that pereons were transporled by tbo courts of the mctber country half a century aeo on comparatively trlvial charcee. It is believcd that ...

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 June 1889

rUlUIHID ITIBT THUESDAT iniBHOOH, TeHMS Or SUB8CB1PT10H t n t rAf. inadrance U 60 I Three months....3i mvath " T6 I Slngle copies,..,.......5 (P0STA81 PHt-W l&O KATKS OF ADVKRTISINGt Oae Inch.l wetk, $ 76 1 One Inci 3 months3.00 oticib inserted under neaa oi "uusiness jo- Dusincss ircctorj. C. H. MASON. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Adamf Block. Bennington, Vt. 8J C. H. DARLING. AT0 RNE V AT LA W. Ofllce ovcr Firet Natlonal bank, Hlt Bennington. ' t( H. 0. DAY, M. D. "VmCE AT DKUU BTORE. J No. 17, Maln Street, Bennington, Vt. Spedal atteutlon (rlTen to diseasca of thc he art Dd lunga. lf 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, riUNTER. STATIONER and BLANK BOOKMAKER, Banner lluildine,) North t., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellor at I-aw, and Sollcltor jl in unancery. uince miu rcaiucm:v 10 Main Street, Bennington, Vt. 19tf-82 COAI. 1 COAL I COAL ! LIME AND CEMENT AT W1IOLESALE AND RETAIL. Ocpot t., J. U.LORINU & (X)., Bennington. nATOHELDER & BATES. A1TORNEYS AND COUNSELLOItS AT L...

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 June 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Tkursday Afternoon, June 27, 1889. Gov. Forakcr has been renominated fm- nnvpmor of Ohlo on the Republican tioket. This ensures Republican success in the Buckeye State this lan. Tho Miniaipr of .Tuatice of Canada hold that the Weldon Extraditlon bill ia retroactive, although the Domitilon Far liament in enacting it eodeavored to n.timr ii nn The wordinz ia euoh that In his opinion the law appliea to oftensea committea oeiore me pa' .nr,a r.r th ni-i This deciaion ia un- Hnnhin1itr a tlinrn in the bede of roseain wbich the exiled colonista aro reolining. U ia hard nn the m. but thev will Eet no aympathy except auoh aa ia obtainabte by buying a dictionary and overhaullng lt until mey nna tne wuru. The peoplo of New York city.tojtidge from their newspapers, are determined that what little there ia left of their City Ilall Park shall not be takenfor the new cltv building which the city ia going to hniM it fnkpa n fieht cenerally to pre- serve a oity par...

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 June 1889

1'EOrLE AND FLOWEKS. We are pl to hare quetr Ideas, Como tnto theae mlndl of oura ; One came to me quit recentlj, iTnur nAnnlA reaemblo flowera. l'erhtpa the ihought U a, nrange one, That, wlth the flowers so fair, 80 beautlful, loTely and fragrant. We mortals can compare. For instance, there are the Touch-me -nou, Qulte pretty I wlll ewn. But they want tobe ltt alone. We flna them ln tue pailor, And at the picnic ln the KfOTe ; Somttlmes I thinlc thej'll want a room Set ajfart for themaelres above. Then we haTe the Mlgnonet'e ; In the hospltal ward I fonnd her, Not kecplnc her swectness all to hersdf, But cirlog to those aroand he r. A helplng hand, a winning amlle, A gentle, loring word, I.ow spokcn, in a whlsper, Vet by the angels heard. We alio hare the Pitcher l'lanta, Whlch we flnd the wlde world o'er. Who, lllce the famons Olivcr Twlst, HoU up thelr cup for more. More houses, land, more money, And, may I be forgUen, I thlnlc thcy'U want, have they a chance, More happiness In ...

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 June 1889

WOMEN AND MEJt WHO TOOHK TO GETilKK TEM4 TAI.KS WHICII A KEl'OUTKH I1KAIIS. Ile was a typical New Yorker. such as you eee un tbe road in a doeskin coat.on 'rhnncrp. w lth a roae in hia buttonbole, or up at the Pologrouml yelllne to tbe players by their namte, Now he was eeated in a revolving cbair in his office on Uroadway, witu utaaerpy nai pusneu well back unon bis lliick, wavinR liair, nnA with nnn pnd nf hia bior brown mus tache in the rude and netvous Kra8P pf hi right hand. .... "Mad," eaid he, "who wouldn t be mad ? I am tryinu to fiRure up whether thia is the dav that mv female eecretary doesn't come, or whether it is merely to be a mornins when ehe la lale. more are always days when they don't come, and the days when they are late are as frpmient aa thev nlease to make tbem. This ia the fourth cirl I liave employed nn an nmnnnenais. and I liavo about done with that kind. Oirls in buainesa have nne onlv one. necullaritv aoart from men they come cheaper. And, let me tell you....

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 July 1889

runLiiniD btirt tuubbdat avtkbmooh ( Tinns or Subscbiptioh : 0 ie yoAr. lo adranco $1 fiO I Tbrco months 3S mwatli" " 75 Slnirle coplcs,.. S (rOBTAGKPRB-FlD.I JiATKS OP ADVEltriSINGl tnn Inrh 1 wrxt. . . I Dnn lnr 3 mrtiit fi3.00 " nrrllno. iArh ln(rtIon. Kutered atthe Bennington r.0.asecond.clA raatter. Busmcss Oivcctom C. II. MASON. A TTOltNEV AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. C. II . DAKLING. AJTOHNEVATLAW. Offictt orer First Nattonal bank, 4lt' Bennington. Vt, II. 0. DAY, M. D. 0FF1CE AT DltUtl STOHE, No. 17. Maln Strcct, Bennington, Vt. Spccial atteulioa glren to dlscascs of the hcart OU lung. ilt 0. A. PIEUCE, BOOKSEI.LEH, l'UINTEIl, STATIONEll AKD BLANK BOOK MAKEH, llamicr Building,) North st., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellorat Law, anu riollcltor XX Iu Chancery. Ofllce and restdeuce 1S West MainStreet, Bennington, Vl. 19tf-8i COAIjI COAL! COAL! LIME AND CEMENT AT WIIOLESALE AND UETAIL. Depot 8t.( J. U.LOHINU & CO., Bennington. BATOHELDER & BAT...

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 July 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, July 4, 1889. A despatch frooi Ottawa, Ontario.dat ed Sunday, Baya : "Word reached here ... tUat tUa nnnnillnn P-irlHn Ttall- way has been grantedbondingprivllegea by the United Statea Treaaury Depart ment for freight deatined for the Canad lan eeabord. vlatheCanadlanShoriLinc, tUm.K llia Ktntn nf Mflinp. Thfi COm- pany recently wlthdrew their original applicalion, which, they were told, sought too many privilegeB. A freight .-..ifT ntna lecMIOft V Bfit f.ttl A V tcMnh- It ifl IUI II. naa irtMm J'"' . thmicht. will divert thousands of tons frnm Portland. lioston and New York lo Halifax." The Boston Journal well says : Mo mnfiol Tl.i- tplth lloaari nnrilvpt nAnlllial ly forceful'incentlves 10 patriotism, raay . . . r i Y ' ii I .Mn r I nave rooDeu juiy rourui ui uumo ui old pre-eminence, but the Fourth still e.ariHa a a amnhft t In.iiU V tllfl nflt ton'fl lioli- day, and is annually obaerved ln city and country onne wuu no great u...

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