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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 July 1889

RECOLMJCTIONS OF MISS UAYES, A Trlp to Bennlneton, Vt.,wlth the Pre. ldent und Mrl. llajea l'leasant lncl denta'of the Journeyi AVAsnmaTON. June 29. The Centen nlil of the Battle o Benninctoa.in 1877, aflorded your correapondent the oppor- tumty 01 a aoy a tnp wimi'reaiaeiuanu Mrs. Hayes, at a tirae when the gikled luepariy waamaueupin vvbsiiiuki.uu resDonae io a renuest iruui me w:u- eneciai cue&is oi me uuuatuuu. xuu White Iluuse invitation waaextenaed to me Decause oi me eervicea ui nu uuvuh- eacnusetts troopa. rne oniy omer news naner folk whom I recall in the Preei- uential car were Mr. Whitelaw Iteid and Mr. E. V. Smalley, who joined us at New York for a few mllea o( the way, whcro our party bad breakfasted at the JmIUi Avenun uotei, aiier a nignt jour n ey from the Capltal.and taken an early train northward oa the Hudson Itiver road. The Btately special car awaiting tbe White House traelcrs waa "The Vanderbilt." and Mr. Williaoi II. Van derbilt, in honor of the occasion, ...

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 July 1889

HACCALAUHEATE SEKMONS. Last Sunday being the Sunday preced ing commencement in most collegep, the headi thereof if clergymenandeome one elee it not, preached, accordlng to custom, Eermons appropriate to the oo casion. To the Yale students Preeident Dwight said in patt: "A etriking and peculiar factconnect ed with our learning and knowing 19 that the more we know the more we eeem to feel and realize the limitations ot our knowledge. It is the beginner who ia eatiefled and weatied, and who does not look beyond bimself. A man who has gone far on In the way and who seems to ua to know most everythlng, ses the fleld erer widening before his vision and reaching out into a little lim itless diatance. II la own attainmenls aro but the little things, wliile the great tbings are tn the future. The progress of life in his way brings every trQly edu cated man to a conBtantly increasing readiness to rtceive aU the iessons whicb experience in every hneruay teacb. Our gpbere o( workicg 9 always la...

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 July 1889

rCDUBHllO ETERT THDRSDAT AFTIllNOOH, TlRMB OF SDBSCBtrtlOll : O ie yer. inadvancr $1 60 I Tbree mooths......3t rauiuo - i singie eopics,..,.. HATES OF AUVCUriSINOt n lnrii.i wrti. m in iine inci a iuuillubb.vv .Fnnrtti vO 1 r 3fl 00 1 On Inh 1 Yfitr. fi.OG incn. a weeKi. - l.xo une iucn o moDiuii.uu otices inscrtea unaer ncau 01 -uusidch w 11 ljttcri.na IlammatilcmtloDS should UB ftd Bntered atthe Bennington r.O.asseoond-clau matter. Dusincss EHrcctory. C. H. MASON. A TTOHNEY AT LAW. V Adams' Block. Bennlnirtoii, Vt. 32 C. II. DARLINQ. ArronNEY atlaw. Olflceover Firit Katlooalbanlc, 441' UcDnington. Vt, II. 0. DAY, M. D. fWHX AT DHUU STORK. I I No. 17. Mtln Slreet. Bennington. Vt, &pecUl attention given todiseascB of tho hc.rt Qtl 1UDRB. 411 0. A. riERUE. 1 JOOKSELLKIt. rniNTEK, STATIONEB. J 1X0 ULANK IIOOK MAKEIt, Unnocr Building,) North sU, Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttornov an d Counsellor at Law. anu tiollcltoi x. in Chancery. unice and rrstdenc 18 Wcit Aiunatrm, uenningio...

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 July 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thnrsday Afternoon, Jnly 11, Iho co operative societies In England oie aa conspicuously succesaful as those In this country, asa rule, have beencon spicuous fallures. Their members now number 890,000, and tboirco-opera-tive salps last year amounted to $ 170, 000,000. In Ireland, the eame eyetcm has failed. It ia in order (or soclologists lo enouire the cause of this Amencan i i:l 1 circumaiance louowing a iiko uycii cnce in Ireland, It Is reported from Washington that Secretarv Rusk proposea to have tbe bul- lotin reports that go from hls depart roent edited so that the ordinary reader can underatand them, Wany oi tnem aro so written that only those skilled In the uae of techntcal tertns can unea out their meanine. L?t ua have tbem ln crand nlain Encliah and if it be neces sary to have another editor for Uie use of Bclentist'e.wbv. permit that also. The Aericultural Department the hlghest use to the people must reach tbeni tbrough theimedium of prin...

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 July 1889

THK DISASTER AT JOHNSTOWN. The r&glng ffavcs dash hlgh, Men hold thelr bresth ia fer i 6tcrnperUdrwethiilgh . To U their liearts Iiold dear. A treacherous dam gires wjr, The pent-up waters brcaV ; TYhn power thelr courie cn tUy I The ttoutest hesrt must quake. Ipn, on, they rnh, they gllde, llousei are naught but tojs. Bwept by the fearftil tlde, Dealh's angel now emplojs. Tall trees bend low Ulce reedi, They fall bencnth the warcs. Whlle on the torrcnt spceds, And eery househoW lares. Alas, those crles of paln ! Alas, for human sklll I All effort now Is valn ; The mad warcs work ihelr wlll. Death holds hlgh carnlral, He rldc8 upon tbe alr ; Men, women and chlldrcn fall, In wlld or mute despalr. And scenes of horror lle On fielda that once were fair, liOred forma that yesterday Were grouped ln bcauty there. Amld these ralns, see, Inhuman flenda are near, Who UTe by robbery, And God or man neer fear. Such decds by man we fccl Almoat excced bellef ; But some men's bearts are stecl...

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 July 1889

AaiUCULTUKAL NOTKS. From the New Encland Farmerof Kecent Date. "Ue'a by far the best men for the po sltion, but it can't go to his locality ihis year." Such a remark is often hearrl in politics, but It is a dlesualing one. Why ehould locality prevent cetting the 6er vicea of the best man ? Too many old traditions an.l mujty practlces prevenl tho best rveults. Sod land pourly plowcd shovrs the poor work very pluiiily and will bo an Bggrnvation all throiigh the eeason. Stubbln ground, or "old land," as inttriy term it, tnay be very poorly plowed and yet after lieing harruwed a little will show the imperfect work less than would sod, yet it pays to pluw stubble as well aa it does to tumBod thoroughly. But many farmers ellght it, ltiiicu tu their diaadvanlagc. A eoil too poor to grow weeda is too poor to grow any desired crop, but one tbat will produce the lliriftieet weed growlh is often tho very best for culti vation, No cultivated land looka well or paya well Ihat is overgrown with w...

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 July 1889

POlLUntD ITIBT THORSD1T irTXKSOOH, Tziufl orSnBscBinion: 0 )eyer. lnadvance $1 50 Three monlhs M3) munlhl " 15 Slngle coplca,.., 5 (posTiot r-mrviD.l ItATUS OF ADVERTISINQt Inrh.l week. - . 15 I One inri 8 monthaS3.00 ounn coi. i tt.5u.uv udb idcd i jwi 0. npr llni fnRprtlon. U ... . I 1 lillUUl J """- Business SHvcctorj). C. H. MASON. ATTOKNEYATLAW. Adama' Block. Dennlneton, Vt. 32 C. H. DARLING. AJTOnNEYATLAW. Offlc. over Flrst National bank , U Bennington. Vt, H. 0. DAY, M. D. VVIt!P. AT TlltlTfl flTORE. J No. 17, Main Street, Bennington, Vt. Bpeclal attention given to diseaaea of tlie heart na lungs. " C. A. PIERCE. 1 JOOKSEI.LEU. riUNTEB. STATIONKR O AND ULANK BOOK MAKElt, Banuer Uullding,) North st., Bennington. W. Ii. SHELDON. Aiiorney ana L-ounsenor av utWttuuouiiunn in Chancery. Offlce and residenc 18 West uainairei;,i)enningion, i. isn-o COAL1 COAL! COAL1 LIME AND CEMENT AT WHOLKSALE AND KETAIL. Dcpot t., J. H.LORING & CO.( Bennington. BATCHELDER & BATES. ATTOKIVKY...

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. — 18 July 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VEKMUNT : Thursday Afternoon, Jnly 18, 1889. CORl'ORAI. TANNEll. The policy of tho Commissloncr of PenBlons subjecls Corporal Tanner to mora abuee tban any other one of the ofllcials of the present Administration. The change from the injuetice and hate of the Cleveland regime to a liberal and just treatment of the Union veterans is eo marked lliat it ia impossible to escape notice, and yet thcre are a few thlngs connected therewith which mustbet-an-didly considered. On this point the New York Press rematks : "Tanner,'' said Preaident Ilarrison, "run your bureau on buBinesj principles, keep with tbe limita of the law and be as liberal to tbe boya aa poeaible." When he couies to reflect upon thcao remarka, Mr. Cleveland will probably wish that Ben Ilarrison had been anmewhere in the vicinity of tho White Houae when he waa there, to givo him ho same nd viee. "Bo liberal to the boya 1" That'a the talk that gets under the waiatcoat of every woman who acnt aboy to ...

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 July 1889

Iteadaboro. Conslderablo .niereat haa centered in the examination ot John CarlUIo laet week, for arsun in causlug the fire and Ueavy 1088 ol aionaay muruuiK.juiy 0111, whicti waa noted in last week'a DaNNER. For thia place the coMlifrration waa a ncriiiuj malter. but linm which It will eoon rccover. as it ia probable the burnt latvint vbiii hn rohmir vin nnn in t . nn .l ina Durninir ouiiuiuki. uu ao n ic- T 1 r..IIaA n.aa at-rna.nt nnArinr nlffhl. rv UlUCer DOUBiaSS. Sherill and Stale'a Attomey were pearance at once, ur. uaroer, arriyiug on Friday mormnK, accompimeci oy ex State'a Attorney Batea. A court of in- nnlrr iv'u becun Friday mornlne and lasted untll 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Salurday.and then tlie examlnatlon ol Carlisle commenced. Tbis continued until Wedneaday, and reaulted in tbe biodihg over of Carliple to the December term of County CoDrt, bail being fiied at $2,000, and the prienner waa tiken to Bennington j ill by the Staerift in default of bail. The evidence 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 July 1889

WHY I WAS SENT TO FRISON. It was tho Invatiable custom of the night watcbtnan of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Batik at Clio to ttarow open the (ront doors aud raiae the curtains at half-past seven o'clock cach raorning. By that tlme all thn Btorea were open and the etreets (ull of people. From balf past seTen to elght o'clcck he Bwept and dusled, and the bella had ecarcel; struck the latter hour when the bank ofHclal began to arrivo. Then the wutchiuon wont home, the doora were closed and at ten o'clock the bank was ready for buslnesa. One September raorning the casbier, teller and twoof the cleiks arrived to find the beavy doors etill closod. Peter, the watchman, had been in servlce nlne years, and this was tbo first tlme he had oversiept his hour. The grocer on one side and the Bhoeman on the other had pounded cn tbe bank doors at a quarter to eigbt, and notreccivingany responee, were certaln that somotbtng out of the way had occurred. There "were nino of us who entered the bank ...

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 July 1889

V -il ' i 1r .11 -(B le roJnIvMC(3W0 I Tlirco"month........3 -mwnlh l ,y JS I Slngle Coplcs,:.,.v.v k P,1 frdSWjipiiK-wiD.') ' j jl TtRiijs or BnaacaiiTicpi JlWBS-Ot-aUVKKrlSINO ! I fcic Incfi.l wt'ek. v. MfTOne lnci 8 monUu3.0O he tncV,-a.wekar-. 15 Ono Inch 8 montbl,t.5U ha.Fonrth col.l.Tr.30a 'Ono inch 1 year. .. .W IMoTidisrTtaSerteanntfirhcad'of "Bnaliiess Lo l.tt lftj n.p Inf T ti IntVrtinn. x 1 .vll Lcttorsind Commiftictlon! should bd-' . , 1 - Divnmi. I'nTil l.hpr and Entered tVth'ifBennlBgton P.O.as secoad-cUi latterf , . , .; ' I .Bit9mS0 Utrcctotl).. nTnirton.Yt. 32 A Ufflcl over RmNatloriil bank, j ?-,-:, :K4r Bennington. Vt, II" Jln. 17. MalnSlreet. Bennington. Vt. apedslattenrlOTfrtTent6iheases of tbp heart -ua lungt. rfr- rV A. PTERftR. UOOKSKLI.EIt, riUNTEU, BTATlONEtt JLND ULANK BOOK MAKER, Danpir Building,) North et., Bennington. , W.lB. SHELDON, j, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Sblicltoi ln Chahcery. Oftlce and resldence 15 cs' Mua Street, Bennington, Vt. - ...

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 July 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, July 25, 1889, The Governor of Miaaissippl meaDi business. In additlon to requiiitlom for the prize-fighters, the Attomey-General cf that State has prepared and forward . i aiA in iha Plmnlt Hnurt. In- fotmatlon, In the name of the Dlstrict Attorney, againsi me noriueaenriu Railroad Company, selting forth the poratlon by ita actlve participation In the Sulllvan-Kilraln "mill," and pray Ing . . J t t rn.fAliiM anil iator Recenlly tbeAew 1'orfc JVew inaugur- flag dlaplayed daily on all governmental and publio buildines. Letters were ad dressed to National and State officiala urglngtbem to adopt tne mea; and Uil- llnoham of Vermont replled that it t was a tnatter to which he had never given any thought. He was wllling, however, to be quoted as eaying tnai oe couia ... l. tt.Ati.vlit nf thn mAttpr. iai aa u wft"- - -- - -i - : . nf In hovlno thn NfttlnnAl cnaien floating over the State Capitol, but as to me aavisauimv ui kuiuk w 1110...

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. — 25 July 1889

I and Incn thei fejawi oaaaaaaaaaar!... r Bennington Centre Rnmmef llfe li Sonlne'-onsmoothty and Dtearantlr at tbe Centre. With the increaaiDBT Teruura vi iua kiuwiok hccb thn irrcaier atteation to tbe cultlratlon o( flowora and shruba, the care given to lawna, and tbe work ot the Arbor Aasc' .tion on the atreete nnd walka, the Tfl- increaiei fn beautr .year br year, is mufe and more appreci&ted by i who have become familiar wlth it, Is greatly enjoyed by the friends hT'c6me to it for the flrat time. larire number of Dleasant Eueata at Waltuomsao'Uouae, remlnds os of yeara gone bj, and adds Rreatly to lifs of the Tillaee. And we hear that thoee who are there apeak In tbe blgheat terma ot the care ana attenilon givftn.them by the hoateaa, Mr. Lodr ley. Her gueats can cerlainly appreciale a good hotel, aa they are among the best peopleofthe land and accustomed to all the Inzurlea of elecant bomea, Among the late arrivala arr, f rom New York : Mr. and Mta Aiken, Mra. John F. Sallo...

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 July 1889

A X.ULLABY ""Bj low baby" tlngs a'piother, To her little) bluMjc i bor. Br low baby," now her Tolco . .' Is fullof hope, and lotej and Joy, " "'Bye low darllng," and the baby Ia bU cradle falla asleep. Ooardlui angcla hover orcr, Thtlr lovlng watch to keep. I Tho mother looks wlthgladness Oq thedlmpled face to fair, Iloplng not one dsy of aadness There, may trace a Hno of care. All her hope. her thought, her pleasure j All her heart, her life, her love. Centered ln that one great trcasurur, rure ai cherublm above. See 1 The rosy llps are paitiog, On hls .face tbere comes'ft sinlle, Whlle the cunning dlmplcs startlng f Dance lllce falrles all the jvhUe. E'en the sunshlne seems t j Itnger Lovlngly around hls bed, And lts golden rays unltlng, Form a halo o'cr hls head. Suddenly, a cloud arlses, Drlves away those beams 10 biight, And ihe mother'a heart la brokcn, AU life's sunthlne changed to night. He wlll never know a sorrow, Por hla race 1 almoat run, Oh, how hard H ls to whlsper, "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. — 1 August 1889

j)cMpJait rUBUOUtD BTXRTTUCBS&ATAPTkRHOOK, -. Terks or Subsciiiption: 0 e year ia advance tl 60 I Three months......34 mvnuis " 15 i btngio copics, .o ' RATKS OF ADVKUriSING I r ounu coi. i jt,j.w udo incu i yer, - - w.v Entered at the Bennington l0.assecond-daw mauer. Susinc00 Sircctoi'i). - C. H. MASON. 1 TTYlTtTJEY AT I.AW. V Adams' Ulock, Bennlniton, Vt. 81 C H.DAKLmO. AfTOUNEV AT L AW. Ofllce over First Natlonal bank , Ult i Bennington. Vt. H. CJ..DAY, M. D. OFFIOE AT DllUH STOBE, ifo. 17, MalnStrctt, Bcnnlncton, Vt. SpcMal attenUon giTen to dlscases or the licart od lungs. li O.A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PBINTEIt. STATIONEIt AND BLANK BOUK MAKEH, Ilanncr UulMinE,) North Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorney and fjounsellor at Law, ana Solleltor XX In Chancery. Olllce anil realdence 18 Wcs MalnStreet, Bennington, Vt. lBtf-82 COAI, I COALI COALI LIJIE AKD CE51ENT AT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL. Dcpot it., J. U.LOlUNd St CO., Bennington. BATCHELDEIt & HATES. A 1TOKNEY8 AND eOUNSKLLO...

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. — 1 August 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Aug. 1, 1889. TUK riLORIMS VS. TI1I5 PDBITANS. The following article from the Wash ington (D. C.) Star of May 16th, 1880, on the aubject of "The Plymouth Monu ment," dedicated to-day, was written by ooe of our townsmen, and ia appropriate at this tmie. The Filgrim Society re printed the article and circulated it: Several lawyers of Massachuaetts.Gov crnor Long among them, bave petitioned Congrees to add tbe statue of Law to the nearly completed monument to the Pil gtim Fatbers at Plymouth, Masa. Tbe Pilgrim Society has already expended nhnut J150.OU0 on the monumenta there one a sniall granite canopy over the Rock iteolf, the other a more imposing etructure oa high ground in the rear of Plymouth vlllage, The fUDds for this purpose have beeo raised, partly by pri vate aubscription from more tban 18,000 subscribera all over the couulry, and partly by appropriations from tho States of Maaaaehuaetts and Connecticut. The design of tbe...

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. — 1 August 1889

DUTY ON CANADIAN CAI.S. A DeeUIon hf Ibe TnMnrr Dtpmrt- menl Tbai Wlll Cauae Embirrui- eut to Vermont nitllroada. If Bn- rcd. York Herald had a detpatcb alogton, Satuiday, wnicn, a leoled. wo eive aa ahowiuK Hluallon: "ibc deciaion wiu oninion rendered by th tot tha Treasurr that theee cara vav duty. except wnen tranapori' hadian cuoda into Ihls country, Wr ao back ioto Canada loaded, or hev seek to onter thla country empty rtb obtam r-turn freiRhls, tbey wlll be ubirct to dutlef. m "They wlll probably be claaaed aa car rncea nnd charsed at tbe rato cf thirty flve Dor cent. advalorem. New treagury regulatlona wlll probably be made to urevent loaded cars wbich enter thla countrv frce o( duty froni being de- tained bere (or uae in domeatlo tradlc tbia deciaioo will be (ar-reacbing In Ita eftects upon internatlonal trafflc and esneclallr UDon tbe buaineos o( New Eneland. Of couree no Canadian cara wlll Da the dutv of Ihirty-flve per cent, It would be maoy timea tbe coat of the frelght ...

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. — 1 August 1889

I NKWS AND NOTES Anew dlrectory tends to ehow tbat St. Paul has got ahead of Mlnneapolia In populatlon, and tho air out" there is sur charned wlth feeling. Never mlnd. . .ChicaEo.wlll anner both of 'em In o few fjeara. . Ve'ry almple arithmetio 1 l If 778 dele- cates aro elected to aProhibitionist Uon TentIon and only 370attend, how nmny more tban balt tho conventilon etay away ? The truth or it wan that the majorlty of the New Jereey Prohibition Slate Convention wa'jn't there. The cost of the royal family ia jual now the subject of conversation and de bate In England. By and by the Eng Iish people will re-echo the remark of a famous lady who lived long long ago. Thnrn nfiver waa a familv." ehe eaid, ? "that waa eo cheap to eee and so dear tq g A despatch eays : Secretary Proctor ,left Washington, for ..Vermont, at. 11 o'clock on Monday for a short vacation. His next leave will occur in the latter encampment of tbe Vermont militia, be- inning August 22, and deliver an ad resa at the...

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. — 8 August 1889

rDIUlHID ITIKT TBCBSDAT IRmOOI, Tllll Of HDBtCHIPTIOH ! e vaar. Inadvauee sl 50 I Three months.m....8t . muntha " 7ft i Siogle coplei,..,.....o Innui riiN ido llATKS OF ADVKUriSINO! I.lweek. 11 1 One Inci 3 month3.W R. S weki. 1.25 I Ono iuch Slnonthl.40 hrthcol.l tt.S0.00 One Inch 1 vear. --B.oc lia insertcd under head of "Buslness Lo- ln nr lln. u'ti Intprtlnn. aVjMraanil fVimmnnlrt!nna ahouid b& ed' O. A. 1'IEKCK. ruDiiener ana 'itnrttd t the Ponnluifton P.O.aaHicond-clats itler. 3 DusmcsD Qircctonj. 0. H, MASON. 1 TTYlll'JHV AT I.AW. . Adama' Block. Bennington, Vl. 33 C. II. DARLING. AnOKNKY AT LAW. Offlce orer First Natlonal bank, ' H' bennington. VI, n. 0. DAY, M. D. OryiCK AT DRUO STOBE, No. 17. Maln Street. Bennington. Vt. tipecial atteuuon glven to diseases of the beart na lungs. " U. A. PIEUCE. IJOOKSELLER, PMNTKB, STATIONEB 14 AKD BLANK BOOK MAKKIt, llsnner Uulldlng,) North st.. Bennington. W. D. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, anu gollcltor In Chancery. OIHc...

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. — 8 August 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afteraoon, Aug. 8, 1889. BOOM VERMONT. IMUIQBATION i OB VERMONT. Commleiloner Valentine Fropoiea Some- thlnr Fractlcal. A Plan to People Aban doned XAnds. Vermont Gontraated wlth the Vut) etc, etc. It will be remembered tbat Maj. A. B, Valentine of this village waa appointed "Commissioner of Agricultural and Manufacturlntr Interests." bv Oov. Dil- llngham last February, but so late that in order to compiy wnn tne law, tne olans o( oDerationwerenecessarily made in a hurry. The law provided for the collectlon of etatisticu of the agricultural and it will be remembered tbat a eet of blanks were se'nt out to the listera of all the towna in the State, calliog f or cerlaln etatistica, and acotber eet was sent to farmera and manufacturers. In a recent Intervlew, Commissioner valentine atatea tbat tbe teturns from tbe listera were very complete and satis factory. He will compile the returns and make a report to tbe next leglslature as provided by l...

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