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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 8 August 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. Citintaal neform. Waterbury Oonn Julv 80th. 1889. Uor of the jtfanner ; Tne uanner s unt ot tbe escape from (?) of Peaae ' was interealing. There Is lbe old liANNzn prinu that re- nis abaent readera ao mucn ot S ita Derennlnl accountsof eocap niinals. With more criminals uld orea'te a furore. I Imaeine fep matter in lype, 'mortiaed for b.' l be leru old vermont is ine State that atill clines fondlv to the od old cuslom ot letting its crimirjals ke "leg ball." In tbisperlodoi growtb d cotistant chanee. auch devotion to e old ideas Is refresbirig. In thiaState nbrous nutmegs and "ateady hablta," the escape of a crimtoal is a eubject for the j9ter. The pnblio really geta excited when a crlminal escapes, and they have investigatlons, new jailora, atrooger jails, and all that norjsensical sort of thlng, The long accustomed eenseof enjoyment which the-peopie ot Bennington take in learning now and then that "Billv haa eawed out." or "Jimm; bas walked out," ia forelgu to ima...

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. — 8 August 1889

MR. HOSENDEHG 00. "Are 70a golog In tbat dresa t" Mr. Bosenberg, immaculate !n flne llnen and broadclotb, atood aod surveyed bis wlfe. 3he, arrayed tn a well-wornblack allk, tnswered, cheerfully, "Won't Itdo? It'e he very best I bave." "Why, yet, yea ; but jou aurely are not going to wear llght gloves ? Efiry body wears dark ones now." Little Mr. Boaenberg quletly fastened one of the offending gloves, whlle her husband mercllessiy continued : "You don't look just right, elther. Seema to me a fair beada or aomething of that aort wnuld have added to the ef feot." Mra. Roaenburg gave an Inaudible Igb. Just two day a before abe bad priced lome neat jet trlmmlpg, wblch abe had fancied, at only seve-nty-five centa a yar i. But Mrs. Bosenberg bad not even money enough for thia small purcbase, aoahe had careleesly asked, "Oould you let mo bare a cquple of dollara, Rtch rd ?" And Diok had answered, "What have you dona with the two dollara I gaVe you a few daya ago ? I euppoae you bave ipect ...

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. — 15 August 1889

. rUUflB IB ITIBT TnOBIDiT irTIBHOOM, kiadTDCO $150 I Three monthi.M..3s TE3 OF ADVKRTlSINOt l.lweelc,-- !5IOcelnci8monthB.og !ki k i.w i une iucn biuuui,. Uasineii io- I. S weeki. Ba MIVU Bc per Une, each lnseruon. .... Letteriand Commnnicatloni nonld oe a- KaH n. a. PiKltCK. rublUher ana T-atered at'the Bennington P.O.aeoond.clftU Busincsg IDircctorj). n. II. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW., . AdamB' Block. Bennington, Vt. 32 C, H. DARLING. AXTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce over FtntNatlonalbank, 4f Bennington, Vt, H. C. DAY, M.,D. g.FFlGEATDlUJOSTORE. r No. 17, MainStreet, Bennington, Vt. peciil attention given t9 dlseaies of the beart nd lungs. lt C. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, FRINTER, 6TATIONER ASD BLANK BOOKMAKER, Bnner Bulldlng,) North at., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. Attbrney and Qounsellor at Ui. nnd Sollcltor InChancery. Offlce and resldence 18 West Ualnbtreet,ienningion, i. 19tf-8S fjOAli ! COAL1 COAL1 LIME AND CEMENT . AT WUOLESALE ANDRETAIL. Depotat.,. J. U.LORINU & CO., Bennington. T 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. — 15 August 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Aug. 15, 1889. COLONIZINQ VEKMONT. Tbe circular-letter of Commiesioner Valentine, prlnted in the Banneb last week wllh edilorlal explanations, haa attracted wide atlentlon. Ihe prees of Vsrmnnt nnd other states. DOt excepting tbe metropolis, have devoted much at- tention toit and have freely commented pro and con on the subject. We had nlmntt concluded to eive a consensus of the cditorial opinion thua expressed, as a matter of news. when we find some- thlntr hetter in the following. The Commiesioner authorizes us to lay tbattbe reeponses from our Vermont towns interested, have been very much larger than waa anticlpated, and a vol umiDOua correspordence baB been open ed with the Commlsslon, not only in Vermont, but outaide of the state in factaurore(sotoepeak)of interest to f;ive the propoeed project of Swedlsh mmln-ration a trial. From thla mass of lettera we are per mttted to oopy from eeveral, and in to dolng shall deeignate th...

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. — 15 August 1889

PAESON AIABN'S BIDE. Dellreved&Uhe Centtnntal Olebntloa or tha BU!ofJJmln5ton,Ans.l,xrJ7. jrr wil- (oi Br.oc. ll. 1va vnit-a tlilji s'n'eA the to Rble on Ihe oceation or oit cediaari.i, iinv rtt np-neir re.dershave urolMlalv j f lem. m rwiv it thenl. althOUK 1 'CV I'atUevimeliioiT colo-rni. urt we-ej eeu'njs or ce'eoov I l;rmniutTaTo-V U VtoV to-vljlt i 'ooy''otVe-iio.'t ad New nmyo.r.) flJCiO. Sirn rp i I'ae In ifoimU', 1'gH OTermoi'italuam. ra"eyf om Pli'elil G.tJ, Thro.-!rh fje ftlTlne ol tfcit Anirst aa, flio ".loc1-."' mfcAied oj vith wii-;i me' , f Ad t je rr3i .TJve ln t's "OJe jotM a.sy." Thee cliee'. for o'd De.ti'a'ro I t'oe GeaVrl srM, Ai tbe boja o( New Enf,land drew up race lo face, BavaiwK tvi aT f 'er io'norrow to apread. t i the PWoix k lie e to a i'i tUe &.ce. Tue r 'wliorrew'.ametTecoiuoL.eioPsli Andwel iow o'po KTcof ' le rarsoi's ro- I1.'. Sare t'.'ouj'. eoi Je'ooYfh.oi'rCo.-'-t ,'trd ;t Whic'iyorr owa Eihaa Aen p.oior ced f Fort 1.. To-ir jtrow, rer'J BU...

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. — 15 August 1889

rnE man -witu TnE:YEi,i.ow W1IEEXS.Y Joe Jeffus drove a coal'enm a great, lumberln'g "two-horsa coal team ari'd exery dav o( bia life, "Sundays except- td," perched high above bia buslness, he thundered with hla duiky load tbrough tba Btreeta of tbe busy town. One large concern used quantilics" otsoft coal, and Joe bad found out tbat the easiest haul there'and back was along tbe flno broad aTenue wbere those wbo owned trotters oeeded tbem. and thoee wbo. dld not sat upon tbe fences and roade dlsparag. lnff remarks. Bat of all thoee wbo flew paat Joe, as he labored -along tbe read, not one ex cited his lre half bo much as a man with "vellow wheele." Sometlmes it was a boree of one color and Bometimes of another, but always "yellow wheels." Joe juet hated tbe rery eight ot him. He was so well dressed. he' was so celf contained, hla "team" was so aplck and span, and he drove so well, that to himself, Joe had wasted upon him all the.cbolce epithets that he had learned in the aimy. Joe J...

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. — 22 August 1889

PDBUBHID ITIBT THUBSDAY ATTXRKOOH, TIBII ur nnBiCHlrTluH . v . r.. i iir aii r.iiiioiiu t 1.- 1 AI I it-. A mnnlhl. A RO matter. Ba.5i.te90 Elivcctori). f!. n. MASON. ATTOUNEV AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennlncton, Vt. 83 C. H. DAKLINQ. AiTORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over First Natlonal bank, 4H Bennington. Vt, H. 0. DAY. M. D. 0FF1UE AT DKUG STORE, No. 17, Maln Street, Bennington, Vl. Spcclal attentlon glven to dlseases of tbe beart od lungs. " 0. A. PIERCE, 1J00KSELLER, riUNTEU. STATIONEIt L AKD BLANK BOOK MAKEIl, Banncr llulldlng,) North Bt., Bennington. V. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and rjotlcitor ln Chancery. Offlce aud residence 18 v cs! Maln Street, Bennington, Vt. 18tf-82 COAI, 1 COAL ! COAL 1 L1ME AND CEMENT AT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL. Dcpot Bt., J. 1I.L0KINU & CO., Bennington. BATCUELDEK & BATES. A1T0RNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW and Sollcltorsln Chancery. Ollice over Tlrst Natlonal Bank, Bennington. 30tr J . K. BATCUELDER, E. L. BATES. DK. B. C. JENNEY, Dentist. ...

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. — 22 August 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thnrsday Aftemoon, Aug. 22, 1889. Prcsldent Eben 8. Allen of a New York City etreet railroad, for a fraudu lent issue of $100,000 of tbe etock of tbe company, has been aentenced by Judge Glldersleeve to fourteen yeara at ,hard labor In State prison. It is stated that tbe Pope has appolnt ed a bigh ecclesiastical tribunal for tbe Roman Catholio cbuicb ia the United States. It is satd that tbe tribunal will have referred to it all cases in which that cburch in the United States is con cerned for adjudication, and that tbe tribunal consists of Uardinal Qibbons, Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia and Archbishop Corrigan of New York. The object of the tribunal ia to relieve Home of tbe burden of hearing nppeals frotn this country. Accordlng to a Washington corre- nnndanf o TrMBiirv nlrlr nrpRPnti.il tn Buuut, n A.bHwu.j w. . - Second Comptroller Uilkinson the otber day a report rejectlng a certaiu claim. Mr. Gilklnuon looked the papers oyer BnU COUClUUtU lU...

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. — 22 August 1889

CORRESPONDENOE. Sketehe of the OardeD. Cltjr. CnidJLOO. III.. Auz. 20th. 1889. TomtJMXior oj int narmcr f ueab """i", . . . . ..... ":.:rV" matnousaiiM m me onain - iu. !JT '.". .L. . A """'."V""' " advanoemoDt, Improvement and.mighty iw.ihllitiBi.. Without anv doubt the most marked growtb of auy eectlon of provmij In bealth; will jjourney by car the United States is that of tbo city of "Ke to Montpelier and otber placea for Chicauo. whlcb the ahort period of five week, will reiurn to his charge some decades markB. A balf contury of pro- grees unrivaled In tha hlstory of the Mr. George Eddy and daughter ao world. Fifty ehort jearaago a clty with companled by a cousin, all of Lanalng a verv meacre Donulation waa formed bure. N. Y.. are guests at Mr. John on" tbe shores of Lake JUIcblgan, and .thouRb eurrpunaings anu aue were oi the most unlnv ting-charaoter, it eoon became Indelibly impresscd upon the prosperity of tbe great West, then near- ly all one vast wildernpea of undlsoover- ...

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. — 22 August 1889

ST&&NQER THAN FICTJON, HISTOBICAL INCIDKNTS KEVIVED BV " THE SnOOTINO OF TWlllY. Ttecollectiom of the ImIb V. S. Senator "DTe" Broderick Who Waa Kllled In a Duel bjr Jailce Terry near San Frnii citco. Judo rielil Could Not be Intlml- dated by Terry'e Tbreati, Tho kiltiDR of Judge David S. Terry in San Francisco Aug.Mth byD.wid Nagle, aDeputy Uniled States Marshal, who was defending, as he evldently under stood it, Judge Field of tbe Unitcd States Buprome Court from insuit.ciosed a remarkablo historical career. Those who were not too young in years before the late civil war will remember that upon the banners through the firsc year of the Lincoln campalgn waa inscribed the lezend : "Tbey have killed me for nnnnainp- the eztension of slaveryv Those were the death nrorda of David C. Broderick. the Democratio Unlted States Senator from California. who had the courage and tbe manhood to opposo his party when it aurrendcred to tlie alave power. The death of Terry will revive many ...

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. — 29 August 1889

rOBUBBBD 1TIBT THUBBDAT ArTXRNOOH, TXHMI OV SUBBOBirtlOH: n ih vttAr. 1b advance ftl W i Three months....3i mwnths ' 75 I Slngle copieilt...S frosTAgi pbs-wid.) KATKS OF ABVKRTISING I Ooe lnch,l week, - .$ T& I One Inci 8 month$3.00 Ont lnch, S weeks, - 1.25 1 One lnch o months,4.J0 Ooe.Fourtl. coL l yr,S0.00 One lnch lyear, Moticss insertedundef head of "Business Lo- cali " 10c per lin, each lnseraon. All TttMnd rnmmiinlfta.tions should 08 Bd dreued C. A. PIKRCK, rubllsner and Proprletor , Enteredatthe Bennington F.O.aiseoond-clau matter. . Busiuegg flitcttpri). 0. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' Adama' lilock, Bennington, Vt. 32 0. H. DARLINO. AITORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over Flnt Natlonal bank, 41t' Bennington. Vt, H. 0. DAY, M. D. "VFFiGE AT DRUO STORE, V rto. A(, iuwuoirccii irtuuiunwui t Spedal attention given to diseases of the beart uaiungs, IJ. A. PIERCE. B' OOKSELLER, riUNTEB. STATIONER Banncr llulldinr,) North t., Bennington. W. n. SHELDON."- Attorney and Counsellorat Law. an...

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. — 29 August 1889

. ' The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursflay Afternoon, Aug. 29, 1889. Tbe Steamship "Clty of PariB'" came . n k Hirii 10 hnura 1S minutea, DlllVtN " V uujw - beating al! trans-Atlantlo recordB.reach- IngHew .orK laai eveuiuK. Tbe Southern project of making a sectional boliday of the Diunoay ot uau. T7nhart v. Tb. Jftn. 19. ia characterized ae unwise by all leading journala which have the good of the South really at heart. The New York Tribune states tbe caso exactly when it eays thai the nv.;iittr inri niiritv of Lee'a nersonality cannot weigh in the balance against the Bingle fact tbat he litted hia Bword iot hia onnntrr and not in ita de- fence. Gen. Lee was on the wrong side of the lssue, and history, however much It mav flnd to say in praise of hlsprivate vittues, must condemn hlm as a man who was not true to his allegiance. If m Snnth TOlahea to revive sectionalism, it haa only to aanction such bolidays as the one now proposea. IMOIANA'S SOLDIEIVS MONUMENT. Nn mnn pvnr hAd ...

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. — 29 August 1889

THE DOTS IN BLUE. Tbo ureat event of the week h the Natlonal encaqjpment, Q. A. R. at Mil waukee. Tbatportlon tbe dmi iater. esting lo New Eogland, we Bndoutlined In Col. Forbee's despatcb to the Boston Journal Monday olgbt. Tbe predlctlona cnrjtalned tberein have mostly been real lzed, provlded Col. Veazey is elected Commnnder.ln -Chief thls afternoon. Col.Forbeawireaunderdatensmedabovr: The New Enzland Grand Armr dele- Katlona.'numberlDK more than 600 nn h... .rrlcori h.ri. .nri ..tahll.h., aeparate departments beadquartera. The new fctiEiana aepartmenia are entltlerj iu iiu vuiro iu iiju nauuuai AUCflUD mt nt, and tbey aie repreaented by many &re.Bbo3elS andMalne delegationareachedhe - eyea uu 4u.. ?-.u..0w5 ! m0re tban five yeara service in the Na New Hampehlre at the Plankinton, wl h tional Guard, a veteran badKe haa been JrtffihSS,S!iM Phi5DTb" PreXred for'preaentatlon to each offlcer triot School Houae buildlng; Rhode Ie- Snrfmember entitied to tbe eame. Thls . n. 1.1 . :...

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. — 29 August 1889

TVHAT THE CHOIR SANG ABOUT TUE NEW BONNET. A- f oollsh UtUo malden bought foollin, little bon nct, Witb. a rlbtxra and a feathor and a blt of lace up onlt; And that the other maldcns of the little town mlght know It, She thousht ahe'd no to meetlnKthe next Sunday. lust to show lt. But though the little bonnet was Bcarce larger thao a dlme, . TJie gettingoftt settled rrovedto be a work oi tlme So. when it was falrly tled, all the bells had itnnncil thelr rtnalni?. And whe n ahe came to meetinB, sure euough, the lolKa were amginir. Bo the' foollih 'little maldenstood and'waltcd at the door, Anfl h ahook her ruffles out behlnd, and mnothed them down bcfore. "Ilallelulah I Hallelujab. 1" sangthecholrabOYe herhead : "Hardly tnew you I Hardly knew you 1" were the words ahe thouEhtlhey saiu. Thlamade the little malden fcd bo Yery, very That ihe gare her raouth a twitt and her hfad a llttln tnss. For ahe thought tlie very hymn they sang was tlf abont her bonnet, With a rlbbon and a fealher,...

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. — 5 September 1889

rUUUIID STXBT TUDEBDlTiTTIEMOOB, TiRxa or HnBaoBimon: jcr. lnadTinci! (1 60 I Threa month......3i monus " jr Slogle coplM,-,. Crosnai rai.rviD.? KATKS OF ADVERIISINO I Ooo lneh.,1 vctk, . - T I One lnci 9 monUu3.00 (d incn, 3 wtek, . 1.25 I One lnch monthi, 4.50 Oa.l?oarth Col. 1 Tr .30.00 1 On lnch lveu... 8.0C Nvtics uuertednnderhead of "Bnalne.i Lo- cau"incperune, eachlnseruon. All iettri and CommunleatlonB thoald bo ad dmied O. A. FIERCE, mblleher and Praprletor. Enteredatthe Bennington P.O.aiseoond-clai maner. Bussincss! JOircctorj). 0. H. MASON. ATTORNEYATLAW. ' Adams' Dlock, Bennington, Vt 0. H. DARLING. AXTORNE Y AT L AW. Offlw orcr Flnt Natlonal bank, W Bennington. Vt, II. 0. DAY. II. D.2 "VFP113! AT niltld 8TOKE. V. DpcclalattentlongirentodlieascB of fho heart U. A. PIERCE. 1J00KSKLLEU, PIUNTEU, STATIONER Banner Bullding,) North at., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. A ttorner and Counsellor at Law. and Sotlcltor XX ln Chancery. Ofllce and resldenc 1S West Jlainbtreet, Bennington...

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. — 5 September 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Altenioon, Sept 6, 1889. INTER-STATE COSIMERCE LAW. Gov. Ames of Magsachusetts, recently dehvered hlmself of a remarkable utter anco whlch baa been eeized upon by the Democraoy as showing hia convereion to Free Trade doctrines, when in trutb be was but stating a fact apparent to many. And now oomea Congreesmen Moree of tbo eame State emphasizing tba state- meuts ot Gov. Amea and attributlng tba preaent depresaion in New England manufactures to tbe Inter-State Com merce Law that fetioh ot old women. Grangers and doctrinaires. Mr. Moree SflTB : In the recent letter from Gov. Amea nnnn tha denreaalan of New Eneland ln- dustrlea occura tbia paaeaga : "Be chargea to tlie Inter State Commerce law a part of the loio condition of the New England iron business, and regards tlie law ot a necdless and unwise interference with the laws of trade. Be says the rail roads ought to befree to compete as they ple&se under the natural conditions of trade w...

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. — 5 September 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. llow toImproTe tho Water Power of Bennington The Vlew frora tne llagar Clearlns. Woodford Vt., 3ept.'2d,,1889. TothtEditor of the Bannery-Wben the late Setb B. Huot was bulldiog bii large woolen mlll, now, together wlth tbe extenaive'frtner addltlon.the property of "Tbe John S. Holden ManufacturiDK Company," I suggeatedjo. hlm tbe feasl blltty of increasing hia water power.and Of courie that of all tbe mlll owncrs of the Tillage, by bulldtng a new dam at tbe outlet of the pond bere, below tbe present dam nd also of greater helgbt. I asked him to send up hla eogineer so as'to asoertaln thp probable cost of such a dam and tbe amoiint of water that It would retaln behlnd it. He fell In with my proposition readily, aod the engl neer, Mr. Wrlght, came' on and made the measure'ments .'and the calculations. It was found that by golng below the present dam io" a epot where tbe land la ultable for, the construction of the klnd of dam requlred, aod by raiilog it to tbe height ...

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. — 5 September 1889

JkTERlUBLK UULLAUALI.OO.IN AT. !. tANTA. . Tho people of thls part.of tbe country wlll not readily comprebend the strange excitement in Atlanta over a nowly ap polnted colored postofHce clerk, who had passcd the Civil Service Board with the high record ol 85 per cent., and was aa eigned to the eame room with a young white woman clerk. That ls a piain etateme'nt of the fact, aa presented by tbe Atlanta ueinocratio newepapers. Ono of them, tbe Constitution, alleces tbat the real diftlcuItY and source of trouble and popular indignation was the alleged fact that the ansignment waa tbe only one tbat ''would havo brought the rocpointce into intimate and direct asao ciatton with' a young white lady." yet ln r "tho day's befoh the wah" no lady In Georgia waa evcr known to make an out cry of horror because ehe waa "brought into intimate and direct asaociation" with "nlgger" maida and "mammiea." Waa it because the Georgia ladlea in those , daya owned,,or,lbeir husbands pwnea, tbe bla'ck maida...

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. — 12 September 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. — 12 September 1889

The Banner. UENNINGTUN. VERMONT : Thursday Aftenioon, Sept 12, 1889. The high tides on; the Atlantio coast for a few daya past have been very phe nominal and out ot the uaual order. The tlde's damagea have been intensifted by nvolnnn which afose it the West In dles and moved northward, many milea out at ea. The telegraphio communi cation ia cut off from the Bummer re Borts along the coast, but enough is Imnwn to Dlace the damages ioto the milllona of dollars, in wharfs demolisb rl. hotela Bweot away. etc. The fore- tunner of this Btorm is said to have been thd "blood-red Harvest Moon, muoh nearer the earth than usual," aa it ap- peared Monday evening. Mr flriint has written to George W. rhiMn that ahe wlll not consent to the removal of Gen. Qrant'a remalna to Ar lington. This ia natural, and we reapect the feelings which caused Mrs. Orant to write in this manner, but Gen. Grant b'elonged to the Nation aa well as to his famlly, and the people of this country r!ll nnt nlwava acauiesce...

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