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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 12 September 1889

gkneual NOTK3. Mr. Vanderbllt'. French cook ha left him, aad will sail away tbls week (or Pttril with tbe balauce of hU $6000 an- nital aalary for tbia year ln bla pocket and a Dftne In hia beart becauae "Amer icanj make ' tbe tahle a eecondary thought." He eaye tbere waa nu dlfH dulty wllh tbe family, bul be de8ired to be replaced, and vould not enter p-lvate servlce agam urnler any consmcration. Auieilcaos, he eaya, throw awaj more food Ihan Ihey eat becauae it la not prope.ly piepared. Thel. poullrylepoor and muscular, luelr veal lntetior, ena tbojr vegeUbies nre tAme. Tbelrapplea, peaolica and peara nre not ao good aa tboae o( France. They baye no eole, no lurbotaod no mussels. tfut ine canvas- back duok ia eood. aud Spanlsb mack erel. hluefih and baes are delicloua. So also ia wlld iurkev. Deforo be leavea. tbe Parisian cook.Jotepb. by natne, poaea (is a teicher and oenefactor, 'I have made a atady of dyapepela, and have trted to rrepare all diabea wllh a vlew of prei enllng th...

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. — 12 September 1889

BBBBHllVlB"lB"B"B"B"VaaVaBVBB CnitDLESS'OLD AOB. It Is b somowhat piljable .pjctacle to witncea"-a married coupla growing intp old sge without children. ' In tho oarly jeara of wedded life, owing to f alf e edu catlon, bablea are oflen regarded as. un deaircable. More awful yet, they are otten unwelconte gueets. Thero is notb' iDg in this wide, wjdoworld which ahould hiypore warraly welcomed in thn arnis and bearta and horaes of par enta than a baby. To treat it aa an in truderjis to commlt a sin, and ono that wlll rfeturn to plague the parentg. K men loved babies better and gold less, thla would bo a briizhter. hannior world. An atmoaphere ot Ioto is worth more to babies than golden epoono, Wbatever itse maybedeniedtbem, aiTectionsbould be freolv bestowed. The childlesa wife, who ia neccaaarily more centred in domestio affaira than her husband, after a few brief years ia. ceitain to realize tbat there ia an m completenesa in tbe bomeclrclc. Almoat insenaibly parenta are drawn close...

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. — 19 September 1889

rCIUIBID VlBTTHUBaDATaraBXOOH, Tanna ot Suascsirrion: ye.r. 1d advance 91 50 1 Three monthf ..8S mvatha " 15 Slnglo cof lt,..,5 RATKS OF ADVEliriSINOl One lnch.l week, . -$ T5 I Ona lnch 8 month3.O0 One lnch, S weeka, . 1.1J 1 One lnch S monthl, 4 JO One.'B'nnrth eoL 1 tt.SO.00 1 Ona lnch 1 Tear. 6.00 Noucia Inaertedundtrhead of "Buslneia Lo- cala'M'icperline.eachlnseruon. tll . nri PnmTnnnlr&tlADl ahonld be ftu d'tued o. A. riKltCE. rabUaher and Proprletor. , , Enteredatthe Bennington P.O.aaaecond-cIau Dusincss EHrcciori. O. II. MASON. A TTORNET AT LAW. jE. Adama' Block, Bennington, Vt. 33 O. H. DARLINQ. AXTOnNEY ATLAW. Offlca over Ilnt Natlonal bank, Ul' Bennington. VI, H. C. DAY, M. D. y"vvirii!TE at nnnn rtore. I I . . .,. -1 . Tl ! I .. ... Spedal atteution given to diieatea of the heart 13 OOKSELLKIt, 'piUNTKn. 8TATIONER Danner Bmlding,) North st., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and uouruellor al iw. ana oouciior in Chancery. Offlce and realdenc. 1S Wcit uainaireei, u...

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. — 19 September 1889

4 The Banner. UENNINOTON. VERMONT : Thursaay Aftemoon, Sept 19, 1889. The Watdmian recently eeut out a circular addresaeri, largely aa it says, to Republican members o( tne Senato and House for eeveral terms; State, county, and in eome instnncea.town ofllcera,aek ing their opiuion as to thedesirabillty of returning to the tule of promoting Lieutenanl-Qovernore to the flrst ofllue, or otherwise, The Free Press "atolo the Watchman's thunder" by publishing ita circular and thus precipltated nn isaue for diecuasion in advance of its conteni porarv's conscnaus. This week, how ever, the Watchman gives the reeult.and from It we infer that the party, general ly. are in favor of entire freedom from nny rulo of proruotion of the second lo tho firet ofllce in the State. Of the an- ewers rcceived by the Watcliman, sixty rhvpii ner cent. nro omiosed tothereturn to tho rule prior to 1BS0 of proraotion of the Lleutenant-Governor to tlio Guber natorial cliair. We believe this is eound doctrine, pro...

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. — 19 September 1889

rASBINU THK PBIMABT SOHOOL. Each morolng aa we alolr pns The dtr'i teti Blotg","- YTe hear the toUks o the dajs BlajoiltjioNnUoa'ilong. "" '.j The iisilei' treble plplng clear, . , The laddiea' deep bsi3 growl, And from tho boj who has so eu A welrd, dlscordwt howl. , . Wlth iweUlng bearti wo hear thcm tlag "Mjr country, tli of thee I" From ehlldlsb. throats the anthem rlrf "Sweet land of Llberty I" Thetr little hearta ajlow with prlde, Each wlth exoltant tonjao rroclilms I "From ereor mountaln Ide Let Freedom's aong be ung I" Let him who'd crltldM tlo tlme, Or nconttheharmonr, Betake himto aomo other clime, No patrlot lf he. From acenea tlke theae our tjrandeur sprlngi, And we anaii e er oo iireng. White o'er the land the achool house ringi Kich day wlth Freedom's soog. ' Bolton CoJTier- VERMdNT TO THE FRONT. tOOKINQ THK 8ITCATION OANBIDLT IN THE FACE. An IntorTleitVWIth the Vermont Commla loner of Industrlal InUresta.-Cofdlal Answers tou-Leadlnir Quealtlona. phe Irea Totont Fctor ...

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. — 19 September 1889

TOO HUOn ALIKK. "Yes," assentcd Mr. feird, with ovl dcnt spproclation, as ho ran bls fingors carcssingly through hia Iron gray hair, "yes, sir, as you observo, they aro vory pretty girls, and their likcncss to each other, in ovcrv way, is truly wondorful." Tho reniark was made in answor to a tributoofrcspcct which tho writor had paid to a palr of young ladies, I uso tho wnro twlns. whn had nasscd ont of the offico of Mr. Bird, ono of tho oldest and most highly rcspectca monibcrs 01 uio Middlesex bar. "I knew the rnother of theso girls and her sister and their narents. lnoro than thirty years ago. The grandparcnts of theso girls wero cucnts ot tne nian wnn whom I rcad law. and nftcrward their cbildren becamo my clicnts, and now I am lcgal adviser of both tho grandcbil drcn. I don't think, howovor, theso childron aro so much nliko as wero their mother and hor sister. You could not tell theni apart at all. unless you had thnm tnrretnnr." At this noint ono of tho vounir ladies returned,...

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. — 26 September 1889

rDIUSBID IT1BT THCBSDiTirTlBJOOK, Tihi or HnBsaairaoif : yer. ln adTanee $1 60 1 Three montht...3s nwntfcs " Tl I Slngle cor.iei,.., ....... (roaTAai rRB-r ido kates or ADVEKriSINa: Oae lneh,l week, . - T5 1 One lnca S montlitJ.00 On. Inch, 3 weeks, 1 JJ I One lnch 6 months, 4 JO nk.Vnnrth mI 1 ftA 00 ' Onn Inrh 1 Vft.r. 6.0C Noiicxs Inserted under head of "Buslness Lo- cilr nc per Une, each lnseruon. 11 . ttani1 rTnmmnnirAtinDS nottla OB Bd Imsed O. A. FIEBCE, PabllBher and I l4 Kntored at the Bennington P.O.i seoond.daa Qusmcss IDircctota. C. H. MASON.. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Aduni' Block. Bennington, Vt. C. H. DARLINQ. AfTOIlNEY AT LA W. Offlce over Flrst Natlonal bank, 4tt' Bennington. VI, H. 0. DAY. M. D. rima at duuq store. BpecHl attenUon giren to dlseases of the heart aa lungs. 4lf 0. A. PIERCE, 1 lOOKSELLER. PIUNTER, STATIONER 1 AHD BLANK BOOK MAKEIl, llanuer Bnlldlnr,) North et., Bennington. W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Coun.iellor at Law, and tiollcltor In Chancery. Offlce and r...

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. — 26 September 1889

THe Banner. UENNINQTON, VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Sept 26, 1889, A Voice that pretends to be the organ of reform ihould be a trutbful. voice. Tbe organ of tbe Prohibitionists is not uch a one. Lamenting tbe losa of 12. 000 rotea from that party laet year, it saya tbat in consequence of tbat losa the Republlcans had a larger ma jority in tbe Legialature tban they had for year?, while "the only law enacted affecting the liauor tradn ia one tbat extends to the llquor men the privilege of eelling llquor at balla." Tbe laat Legislature enacted a high license bill and a liquor tax bill, bolb. of wblch Governor Hill retoed. Does the Voice bold tbe Repub licans of the Legislature reeponslble for these TetoeB. or does it inlend to deceive ita readora when it makes such a stato- mentaa we auote above ? iVete lorfc Press. This ia a good example of tbe truthfulnesa of "Third Party" leaders. If they do not lie outrigbt, tbey prevarl- cate just aa tbe voice aoes in tne aoove ltem. Oo our outa...

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. — 26 September 1889

nennlnstou Centre. Mr. Claude Ni Severauco,hR returned to New n'nCeirto'paraue'hls theological ttudiea for one- year, prior tov eoteritig udod mlasion worlc tn Japao. nt labore In thla vlclnlty, and thn part be has tak rn In our meetinge, have been hlRbly anprroiale&and produotlve ot good, and hejwill doubtleaa tedelve a tich reward M bjs labor of love, In the Maater'e Vin.ejar'd.'' 'He wlehes to expresa bia beartj thinki lor'tho klndly hospllality and lntereat,,tne good. people of our lowo haVetnamfeated to himdurmg the sutnmer'-vacatioa eo pleasantly cpent amjng- them. Not frpm any lack of ap preolatlon aod Intereat, has he failed to arall bimieir ot all the kind invitatlons to call, whloh bave been given hlm, but frbbi a peoallar etrosa of .circuuiatancea, jvbich he-truBt hla friends wlU in a meaiure uBJerstand, eo that tbey will 'aijcU'je.'a'cerJain dellnquency in fulfllling engagemente inai were maae la guuu ii'ir, JThn Innc ond verv full obituarv nO' tloe nf Mr. Daniel Rob...

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. — 26 September 1889

6 iW'd 'HrEOIMEN INSTANCES. Ifa fcalf a doren Southern States, wilb- In tbe lait lew weck, there have been tuimerous cases or ine snooiing orwrap- pine of negroes, fZl " Snrfpn. whlnh BtatB. accotdlnir to a disDatch State. accordiuc e?he Itom a Democratlo of newoes kllled waa nearly or quite one hund? TherohabeenVo lm nfn thi hnWl mAftnri hv thn . . - - - -r i illn-li7.AnaHliilnH oiilhnr MOQ nattlAI .ulatprs tbat they oould lake care of the s...t, t(,om.oi; a ir0,i man haa been fair gamefor any white man 'with a gun ln that ne ghborhood, and tne wnoie irum as io tne numoer 01 Inlli ailaa DDlflt la ltkelr that the eo- calledracewar,'Mnwhichallthe kiN Ine baa been on one alde. is dellberateiy uriderUken in compliande with tbis pro- nunclamento ot tbe Oemocratio State Executive Committee twoofflcers, were.obe'. tbtbeddfatatfirst immediately re "7.? "i l"n ore and crude Ir5n oL huorum' Foir tlmbe a y ear ne w mem irH nn thn ...iir.. f ih rpir. PUn8 wooi, iron ore ana cruae ironon . , b ...

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. — 3 October 1889

f BIU1BID IT1BT THnBlDlT AITIBKOOH TtMI OV KTT1IIIQ111PTIOH: ir. ln aririnca ftl 60 I Three months......81 numtht " 16 I Singlo coples,..,.....-3 (rosTlea trxtj ido RATKS OV ADVERriSIUa 1 One lnch.l wcek, -. 15 1 One lnci S monuu3.00 line Inch, S weeks, - 1.3J I One lnch months, i M n.v..nHli kaI 1 ftn fto ' OnAlnrhl rear. 8.00 Wui icn-lmertcd under btJ of "Busloesi Lo- cali"Pc per line. eacninseruon. .... . .vll..eUorsand CommunlcaUons ihonlo he aa. dmied O. A.. PIKIICB, Publliher and ii i - EnteredMthe Bennington F.O.asiecond.datj Busmcs.s EHrcctorg. O. H. MASON. A. u AdamUlock.Bennlnirton,Vt. 33 C. H. DARLING.. AfTOBNEY ATLAW. Offlre OTer First Natlonal bank, 44t Bennington. t, W. B. SHELDON. Aiiorney sna vounseuor iw. nuumuuwi ln Chanceir. Ofllco and residenc. 1S wcat &lain5lreeE,liennington, i. iu-o COAL1 COALt COAL! LIME AND CKMENT AT WUOLKSALE AND KKTAIL. Depot st., J. H.LOIUN'U & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIEUCE, liOOKSEIXEn, riUNTEU, STATI0NER L and BLANK BOOK MAKER. B...

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. — 3 October 1889

The Banner. UENNINOTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Oct 3, 1889. THAT "DEEP LAID I"I.OT." Thaabeutdity of the pretended feara of our Democatio contemporariea that tbaSwedieh Immtgrant Scheme is a deep laid plot of SenatorEdinunde, Sec retary Proctor, and others, to keep Ver mont.In the Republican rankB, ia well lllimtrntprt bv the facts : . lat. The Swedes cannot vote for 5 vnnni. 2d. Tbe Republican majority ia the State ia nearlv thirty thouaand. 8d. What ia to be thoughtot the party which has no bope of impreesiog its prlnciplea on the minda of at least a part Qx me expecieo, tuieiugeui dhbucs 8n far na the Iriah imniicration ia con cerned. from a Dolilical Doint of view and as a Republican, we ebould bave no objection to the Commissioner's turmng bia whole energy towarda the eecurirjg of immigrants from old Irelapd itself. Five thouaand emlgranta a year to the State of Vermont would be a very large immigration.but would bring only about one thouaand votere. and they would not v...

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. — 3 October 1889

North Bennington. ,A car, for tlie accommodation of thot e wlshlng to atlrna me meeung in uen ninirtiin nn Wednesday evenine. whio'i was ths first of a serirs undi r tbe diioc- tioa of Rev. 13. ray MUH, waa run over, returnine after tbe close of tbe servicts. The sarne arraneement. ten cents fare for tbe round trip, wlll be catried out nn Frldav evenine. eivine an ODDOrtUDi ty for any deslring to hear tbis gifted and intbrestine aervant of Qod present the trutbs of the Bible to the hearte and conaciencea of men. The shoe atora of W. J. Tomba was onforH TnpKrlnT niuht of this week.and a quantlty of sboes taken. Tbe burglars raised a wiodow In the rear, after hav lne tried to enter by preesinB open the cellar door. It is not known jtm how much waa takeo, aa they were particu lar in tlin selection of 81ZC8. whlch they took from tbe cartoons. from different narta of the'atore. Mr. Tomba oflers a reward of (100. Patriok.McCarthy la to rebuild his bouae and atore, opposlte the bank, and w...

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. — 3 October 1889

WHKKBDIDYOUaETTIIATIIATT When vr alilng down the busy street. Wlth new and gloesj Ula You fancv erery on, you meet Admlrei your .tunnlng itjle. Bat how It makes you want a shrood When suddenly and pat There comes an exclamation loud, Where dld you get that ht I Wheredldyougeithathal t From tlie Washington Capital. THE M.ANUFACTUH1J11S AND I'ltBB WOOL. Tbe free-traders have uttered thclr olimor for "free wool" as neceeaary to tbe preserratioa ot the woolen Induatry and now the woolen mamifacturers speak for themselves and distinctly and emphatically refuse to endoree the freo wool crusade, and insiet npon a juatpro tection of the wool Rrowers. LaBt wcek a conventlon of tbe wool manufacturers waa held in Boston under the aueplceaof tbe National Assoclation of Wool Monu facturera. After a full conferencs and diBCueslon, resolutlona were adopted which ezpress at length their eettled optnlonsupon the question of the tariff and free wool, With unmistakable frankneea and boldnesa tbe reaol...

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. — 10 October 1889

J 1 j ' ! It .11 J: IDUIallll XTXBT TaCBSSATXrTIBXOOir year. Inadrance 60 4?hree,noaths......3s month. . n I Single coplu:.., ! fTOSTABK rBK-r 1DO .RATE8 OF.ADVTtRriSINOl Ooe lnch.l week, - $ 15 1 Oit lnci 9 month3.00 l0 lnch,' s WM, i- l.JS l une Incn o toonmi,J One-Vonrth coh l tt,SO.O0 One lneh lyear, - 6.0C Hcilcxe Imerteanaaerheaa of "jjuaineM cals" Pc per line, each lnsertion. !1 , .tt.r. fcn1 nnmmnTilf.ttana ahonla b Sd drosed O. A. riKltCE. rublUher nd Entered at the Bennington F.O.a second-cUw Bu0tifcss Ettrcctorn; H. MASON. 1 TTOHNEY AT IAW. -- -Adam' Btek. Bennington, Vt., 33 i- 0.H. DARLINQ. AXTPRNEY AT LAW. Offlce over FlrttNatlonal bank, 44tf . Bennington. Vt, t r W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Sollcltor 1n Chancery. Offlce and resldenc. U Weat aiain&treec, uenningion, vc. iwu-o. COALI COAI COALI LlilE AND CEMENT AX WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. Dcpot L, J. U.LOE1NU & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, 1 OOK8EU.ER, PIUNTEU, 8TATI0NER IJ AND BLANK UOOK M...

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. — 10 October 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thttrsday Alternoon, Oct 10, 1889. In North and South Dakota every TOter, whatever tbe color of hia ekln or of bia politlca may be, will be allowed to east bla ballot falrly aod freely, and it will be bonestly counted. Between this condltionof polltlcal affaira and thecon dltion prevailing In North and South Carolina there 1s a vast aod Inatuctive dlfference, It ia tbe difterence between Republicaniem and Democracy. H. C. Congdon in tbe Ilerald wrilea : "Every soldier in Vermont drawlng a full penaion, tbat ia eight doliars per montb, by thelawsotourstatelsexempt from poll tax forever. Tbia matter baa been brought to tbe notice of tbe publio by myself eeveral timea In tbe last ten yeara, but it eeema as often to have been forgotten. In soine towns I Qnd mem bera of the Board of Civil Authority to be so wise tbat tbey claim it to be dis cretionary with tbem. I find in our own town seTeral cases where tbe Inven toriea were marked plalnly peneioners, t...

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. — 10 October 1889

COOLET CEEAIERS! UNEQUAIXED IN PROCESS ! UNEQUAIXED IN CONVENIENCE ! : HAVE MOST LABOR-SAVING DEVICES, THE SWEEPSTAKES GOLD MEDAL FOR BEST BUTTER AT THE PAEIS EX POSITION, NOW OPEN. AWAEDED TO BUTTER MADE BY THE COOLET PROOESS. Thismakes the tbird Gold Medalat the Paris Exposition, the Cooley Orearaer and Pro ductcarrying offthe Grand Gold Medalat every Exposition since it was invented. It Was Awarded the Gold Medal at the Great London Show. Itjas Iieen Awarfled 12 Gold Meflals m ilie Last 12 MoBtlis. IT WAS AWARDED THE GRAND SWEEPSTAES PRIZE AT THE LAST EX HIBITION OF THE VERMONT DAIRTMEN'S ASSOOIATION. SOORING ONE HUNDRED POINTS OR PERFECT. There were Eighty of the Best Creameries andDairies in the State in this Contest. The Cooley Creamer is proved to bo THE BEST IN ITS OWN STATE, THE BEST IN ITS OWN COUNTRY, THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Complete Apparatus for Factories and Dairies. Write for Illustrated Price List and Prioes. VERMONT FARM MACHINE COMP'Y, BELLOWS ITLLS. VT. Fowiml. Tha...

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. — 10 October 1889

TO IXEVIVB VEUWOT AOUICUL- A few of tbe atate newapapere, among them tbe Middlebury Hegister and the Burlington Clipper,- oppoie tbe plan of bririgiog ovcr coloniea of Swede, on tbe ground tbat it would subject our farm era to "atill greater competion" inaellrng Iheir produco "which they certalDly cannot stand." Theso papers argua tbat tbe great need of tbe atate is a large bome market more manufactories and mlniDK ludustries to coneume the pro ducts of tbe farms, and tbat tbe lack of tbeae ii what alla bur agricultiirel now. 'Wbile we want tbe factoriea and mines, and whlle there is no good reaaon why we ehouldn't have tbem with" our great resourcea and our splendid water pow era on our mountaiu Blrlea, it ia the moat rrant nonaene to talk tbat we must walt for tbem before attempting to do nything with tbe farms. If ' the argu. ment of tbe Kegister and Clipper ia good, it wouid be a betiefit to tbe tarm ers tbat remained, to let half of theprea ent farms go back to foreet or deeert...

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. — 17 October 1889

for erery other a careor whose ways of pleasantness and all whose patbs are peace. t)IUIII BV1BT THDKSD1T1TTIB500K, Tanxs of SQBtoBirrioa: yer, inadvance 1 60 I Three montha....... mvnlha " 75 Single coplta,.. (rosTisi rni-rs :do RATKS OF ADVEIiriSINQl Oue lnch,l week, -$ 15 1 One lnci i monthatS.OO Ooi Inch, 9 neli, 1.15 1 Ooe Inch monthi, 4.S0 One-Fourthcol.1 yr ,30.00 1 One Inch lyear, 8.0C rfeiicaelnserted under head of "IluBlneas Lo- cIs" ne per line, each Insertlon. All ..etters and Communlcauons ahould bs ad. drtned O. A. PIEItCE, mblllher and Froprtetor. Bntered it the Bennington P.O.aa seeond.clata njniwr. Cusincss JOircctory. C. H. MASON. A TTOItNEY AT LAW. J. Adams' Blocb Bennington, Vt. 82 O. H. DARLINO. AJTORNEYATLAW. Offlce over Firtt Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Couasellor tt Law, and Sollcltor in Chandery. Ofllce and resldenc 18 Weit aiunoireei,uenmngion, vt. ivtr-ffi COALI COAL! COAL1 )" IME AND CEMRNT J AT WUOLE3ALE AND BETAIL. De...

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. — 17 October 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Oct 17, 1889. Raino- a free trader the bead ot Ilar vard College comes out for Ihedemo craev. President Ellot has the courage of bls bad politica. Ho has Rot where he belongs. But what a fall for a Presl dent of old tiarvard 1 1 1 A rnrnnt travcler on tho Northern Pacifio rallroad through North Dakota and Montana.lound tue towns very gcn. amllv nlnnf tho routo decreasine inpoP' nlation. llo says : "Sovoral places 1 vrrs in, that threo and four ycars beforo had froni 2000 to 3000 people. only clalmed from 800 to 1200. und in 1000 mlles travnl. after leavine Fareo. DakO' ta, I did not seo ono nowTiuilding going up of any sizo." Tho largcr places in Washington were increasing. "The Legialature elected thia fall will determlne whether a nrohibltion consti- tutional amendment Bball or ehall not be Bubmitted to a vote of tbe people next vmr. The Leeialature of 1883 has ap- proved ot the amendment and niado tbe first order for Its subni...

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