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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 17 October 1889

Norlb lleunlneton. Canhler S. R. Hall Is oonfined to Ihe house by sickoew. Misses Ar and Ella McKay left (or Cambridge-, Ai&es., unn wees, wnere they will attend school. W. R. White ia connectmc the eala and delivery of coal with hia livery busl nees, much to thoaccommodationof our villaRe. We afe glad to learn that Patsey Meagher, who 'came home from North Adama aome three weeks aince and is atill conQned io hia bed wlth biltioui fe vor, ia improfing. Thn Missicra Band will bave a soclabls and give an oyater eupper at Mrs. J. 0. Bings, Wednasday evenine, Oot. 234. Supper 85 centa. Tbe young people are cordlally invited to altend. ' iloit, if not all tbe company buildioga oii Qre'entvlch atrtet bave lately been Blilogled and otherwlse put in repalr. It afemedtq be, necersary to keep them from cntlrely golag to ruln. The tlde of pdpulation ia flomingin, rcther than out, just at present. Weare pleascd to record during the last week. a Jaufbtei.in the borae of D.U. Colvin, a'nd p e...

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. — 17 October 1889

CTJBIOSITIES OF Tllfi 80IITI1 WI1ST. Bnrled Cltles In T exas,-Trio White Lake or Arlxona-Tlie l'etrlfled For est. Fort Davls letter in the New York Trbune: A few months ago at Cochite, on the Amerlcan elde of the RioUrande, .-.. r-v,er rilarnvered the ruin 01 f ..ion.i.D riiv. theexUtenceof which btdneTtrbeen Buspecied before. The place where this hldden elty lies has hlthetto had the general appearance of a ..... Bmiti nr rl in ihrf nralrie. a cer- feet desett in outward appearance, for it contained no oerD, no root, nu ymui, nn VAnrtllTA of anv kind nothing eave a wute of eand, alkall, and dlrt, across which livtng creatures hesitated to travel ! fnrr.pd to do bo. Beneath this cile of desolation lay tbe ruins of an an nrobablv Totteo In origln. The uncoverlnR of tbe ruins was ac hv o nnTnra ralnstorm.wnicb proved to be a genuine cloudburst, This iweeping down upon the sandy mound ith .rrinn tnrce. washed away one mirle of the mound, disclosing some heayy stone walls which made 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. — 24 October 1889

cviS ruouanio btbkt TnoaiDir irriEnoon, - TiiWinmnitrtiiiiM h yer: In adrance $1 &0 Thrfr. monlhs..-.....3 , mubth. " . IS singlo copits,..,....t ' KATESOF ADVKliriSINOl 'lne Inch.i wwt,- T5 1 One Inci S monthst3.(X) One Inch, wnb, ."134 1 One Inch S months,f.S0 Jn-Vourth col, 1 jtJSQM One Inch ljtu, . S.OO Nu.icis 4n.sertednn4eihead of "uailnui Lo- cais- r-c oer unr. escnmseruon. Vll . fttrri "knrt f!nnmnnlefttlnns should he ad I'tssed C. A, riERCE. I'ublUher and ."rmirlrlnr. Eotered atthe.Bennlngton P.O.asseeond-tla- TlttB i . - BusmcsD- EJircctori). r 'C. HMASON. ' 1 TTOHNET AT UIW. . ' fX Adama'Blockv Bennington, Vt. 33 C. H: DARLINQ. ArTonsBY ji.TLA.yfi -Offlce orer Flrst Natlonal bank, 44lf Bennington, Vt, B V.B.-"SHEIiDON. XjL iaChancery, Offloauodreetdencv 15 West uuuBiree uenningtou, vi iww-o C0AL1 COALI COALI LIME AND CEMENT AT WHOLESALK AND RETAIL. Hepot U, J, U.LOIUNU t, CO., Bennington. - 0. A. PIERCE, J J00K8ELLER, PIUNTEU. BTATIONER U iHD I1LABK 11UUK. AlAhJSU, Ua...

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. — 24 October 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Oct 24, 1889. VEBMONT'S VACANT ITAIIMS. Tbe Boeton Journal cotrespondent, who accompanied the commissloner on bls trlp last week, writes that paper un der date of the 17th : "A publio meet Ing was heid at Vershire to-day for the purpose of coneidering the matter of es lablishing a colony of Swedes on the un occupled farms in the town. Stale Com mlssioner A. B. Valentine was preeenl and addressed tbe meeting, whloh wae composed of the leading uitizens of the place, including the town offlclals. Judge S. B, Darling preBided and intro dueed Commissloner Valentine, wbo presented his colonization plan and sub mltted a proposition for the location of a oolony of Swedes in this cotnmunity on the same basls as the terms offered to the citlzens of Wilmington and Wes ton. After a.fulldiscuesion of the sub ject it was unanimously resolved to accspt tbe proposition made by the Com missloner of lmmigrntion, and a com mittee of citizens wasapF...

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. — 24 October 1889

CORRESPONDENOE. Bctaools ioIw.'E. and ln tho South. Ti a rtv Woodstock. Ct.. Oct. 13. 1889. Tothe Editor of'ttih iBahnen Dear Rm Hlnce wtltlnK last, 1 nave i;alri taken up thedutleaof echool lile, Tmehinir ln thla "Land of atcady habita' ls much like it is a J)lxe, only tbr chool hnaaea a're bstter than most of Ihoae in the country tbete, The ejslem ot Ihe common acbools here ia so diuer ent in ita outilde relationa to tbe com munltv. from what I linva ben sccus tomed to, tbat I' will note aume ot tbe pecullarttlea. There ia no Supcrlntend mtof Edu'catioo, but the controlling fiower ln tbe town aystem of aohoole ia d the handa ot a Board, conslsttng of ninn nernons known aa bohool Vltltora, patt ot the membera of whom are electcd acnually. Certain onea of tbem are re- quired to visit tbe echoola ln melr re snaetive distrlcts. and have a sensral upervialon of echool tcatters. Togetber thejr form tbe ExamlnltiR Uoard aod iasue certiucaWs tb tbe. tearners. ln stoad of being examlned fo...

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. — 24 October 1889

COL. VEAZRY AT OUTTYSnUHC. Vfbea the Geltyaburg Battlefield Me. morlal Aseocia'ion invited Vermont, in common wlth other etatea, lo erecl monumenta on this ficl'J in bonor o( her sons who fougbt here, it immedlatelj pledged itself to become the guardian ol euch monumeDts. In purtuance of Ibat Implied pledgn this association now cbeerfully renuws the eamo in ezpresr te'rms, and accepts the truat, in full ap preciation of the reeponsibility wblch it inura. Havlng myself been one of the Ver mont commlsalonera wtio acted for the State in the work of eelectlnR and drcid Ing. upon designB, preparing inscnpliona, contractine for the execution, and set- tliug the queetion of location of the flve monumenta, which Vermont thia day dedicates, it would beunbecominginme to epoak in any personnl eense ot the quality orappropriatenosaof tbese struc turea.or of the honorable and impoitant eervico whicli the men performed on the difTerent parts of thia great field, in memory ot whom, and of their de...

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. — 31 October 1889

1 -A. FDIUtBID IriBT TBURSDA,Y1TT1BH00T, Tbk u or HussCRiFTiox: vAf. ln adllnco Sl &0 I Three montha... 3H ravntha 75 Slngle coplea,..,-.. ..J (rosTASi rnt.rlDO RATB8 OF ADVKRriSINQl Joe lnch,l Mk, . -f 751 One lnci S monthst3.00 .)q Inch, 3 weeka, JU I One luch S montha, 4.60 3ne-Vourth col, 1 yr,30.00 Oil tneh lycar, k- tM No.icis Inaertednnderhead of "Basineaa Lo sala" Po per Une, each Inaertlon. Vll ettere and Communlcatlona ahould bo ad- Ireiaed C. A. FIEBGB. rubllaner nu Proprletor. , , Kntered atthe Bennington r.0.asaecond-ela aatier. Dusmcse Otrcctonj. C. II. MASON. X AdaroV Block. Bennington, Vt. 31 O. II. DARLINO. A1T01UIEYATLAW. Offlce over Firtt Natlonal bank, 4ttf Bennington. Vt, W. D. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellorat Law, and tSollcltor in Chancery. Offlce and resldence 18 West Aua Direei, Atennington, vi ivw COALi COALI COAL! LIME AND CKMENT AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Depot it., J. U.LORINU 4 CO., Bennington. U.A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PIUNTER, STATIONER AND ULANK.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. — 31 October 1889

The Banner. ; BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Afternoon, Oct. 31, 1889. REPLANTINO OUR FORESTS. One of the owners of a largo traot of Woodford lands. and Charles M. Bllss of Bennington, formerly Bn owner of some of tbeae very lanua, nave lor eome uiue nat hopn atudvine the subiect of forest rv. with a view of determinlng whether it were practicable to re-stock the par- tlaliy uepietea ioresta ui nua reuuu Ab the subiect is of interest to all lura bermen and owners of forest lands, tbey thoueht it advisable to have eome con- Biderationa on the eubject presented to their old nelgbbora and friends in eonw tnnmhln wav. The result waa that Mr. Bliaa had a "talk" with them at the eohool house in Woodford In the "city" diatrict on Thursday evening laet. Mr. BIIjb first callcd attention to the awakened interest in theeubject all over the country. A Foreatry Congresa had just held an interesting eeaaion in Pbila Hplnhla nnd manv Statea were taking legislative action looking to tbe preser- val...

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. — 31 October 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. The Cronin Trial. Cuicaoo. Oct. 26ih, 1889, To the JMitor of the Banner : Dear Sir.: f euppose by tbls time you have in i measure foreotten Tour poor corro spondent, but I have not forgotten mhnrc thft TUvnr l due here:and if yoii qrtly knew botv glad I am to recel vp u, you woum 1101 lorgri 10 mau ... raad a good mnnv pjper. bulnono moie wminuly tbau I do Ihe Banner. Our pa-pera- here aro fllled up wlih the terrible and wicked deeds of meri, those too.who in iraportant and reponible posltiona nave oeirayea laa connueoco rcuseu In theni, and in eo doing have opened tlm nrlxon ilonrn on themselTts for a pjrlcd ( yeare.bringingdiegrace totheir tiace 'proaperous anu itnyyy ibiuiiiob. The raurJer nf Dr. Cronin ie bringlng to I'ght a class of touie of the womt characlers that live on iheface ot Qod'd green earth. Acd the loDger llils cas? contlnues the more of the dark and dtra miiR deeds of this ransi vile conapiracy are beinpr found out. At the head of thls great crime ...

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. — 31 October 1889

REST. Ibt luct . Buooua 1 Iteit f rom ths weary Ills of Ufe, Eest f rom Iti burdens, tolls and itrtfe - Wtere can tuch rtst be found ( Inmldnlght rcrels, mesa and low, In faihlons new, that come and go, Inplrasura's glddj round t From buitle, wrangle, din, away, From places where the wlcked stray, There's rest subllma nd sweet. Where iball we srek this peacefal rest, So grateful to the troubled breast ? TIi found at Jesu'a fcet. O, when oppressed wlth frettlngcares, And grlef upon the sptrlt bears, There Is rest calm and pure. Be It morn, or noon, or nlght, It fills the bouI wlth vlsions brtght, ricasures that will endure, Ont ofthe wearr fret and inosn, When life is paln and breath a groan, Wlth Jeius there li reit, Out of the anger, hate and woe, Burning the heart wlth luild glow, There's rest on Jesu'a breast. O blessed Savlour, thou hast power To quell the storms of llfo that lower, And give the splrlt peace, Ihon dot a blesslng surely glre, To all who Btrive wlth thee to llre, ...

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. — 7 November 1889

-T ABUNDAKCE IN VERMONT. i-iaLHnsD tTr TaUBSDiTimRnoon, TanMeor SDB8CK1PT10H : ritir. lna.lvanee tl&O t Three months......31 mvntlii " 74 1 Slngle coplet,.-, -5 (roiTAOS riirj ido ll.VTKS OF ADVKHrlSINQ: Oae Inch.l week, - . 16 I One lnci 3 montlu3.00 Ont Inch, 3 weeks, 1.24 1 Oo Inch 8 monlhi,4.50 One-ToarthcoLl yi,SO.O0 One Inch 1 year, .-e.00 Nmcis Iniertednnderhead of "Bailneis Lo- cale' Pc per llne, eaehtnsertion. drisied 0. A. PIEItCK. mbltaher and triprletor. , , Eitered atthe Bennington P.O.asseoond-cias na er. Qusincss IDircctorii. C. H. MASON. Adams' lllock. Dennlnsrton, Vt. 3 C. H. DARLINQ. AfTORNK Y AT LAW. Offlce orer First National bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, TV. 15. SHELDON. A ttorney and Counsellor at Law, anu ttotlcltor inunancerT. umce ana rrsiueacv io Ual l Street, Bennington, Vt. t9tf-81 ; coai. i coali coal: L1ME AND CEMENT AT W1IOLE8ALE AND UETAIL. Depot st, J. II.LORINU & 00., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, 1 JOOKSELLEH, riUNTER, 8TATI0NER U AND BLANK liOOK ...

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. — 7 November 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON". VERMONT : Thnrsday Afternoon, Nov. 7, 1889. FrocJamatlon by the rrealdent. ButhtPrtttdent of the UnitedStata.Arrpe- lomal(on-A hlghiy favored people, mlndrul or 17 iigrai peuiHtt uiiuuiui vi i the bounty of Dlvlne rrovi dati.A BinnM flttlnff IWulon tOteStlfV ETtl idei Itude and aacribe pralse to Him who la the autbor of their many blessinge, lt behoves us, then, to loot back with thankful hearts over the pastyear nd bleaauod for hia lnnmte mercy ln voucnaai. lng to our laad enduring peace, tooat people free rinm frnm TifttllinfA or f&tnine. tO OUr husband- men abundant harresta, and to them that Ubor a recompense of their 1011. . , Now, therefore, I, Benjamln Harriaon, rrcsl nnt nr Ihn Unitd Rtaten of Americft. do earnest Sr recommend that Thureday, the twenth elghth ay nf thls preaent month of November, be set apart ai a day of Nallonal Thanksgmng nd prayer, and that the people of our country, cea. ing lrom tno cares anu uiuun 01 mcn n.v. hll luutemble ...

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. — 7 November 1889

CORRESONDENOE. Caunoh'lb UennlDEtan'Bltle. To the EditorVf the" Banna-: I nm unawara lo what' eitent, but atn eure tbat the bellef is entortalned by some of the rrapected citlzans ot North Uoo sick "that IhBfB were do cannon used by'fcltber aimy In the first engae ment at the battle ot, Bennington." Be it believed more, or Jess,' or more or lees piomuigaiea, It la lnierenuany an im pulation againat the tr'uihfulness of the iDjoriDtioa Dliced udoii the marker at the "Barnet bridge" Eoowlug that the tempdrary markera upon the battle flf Id have been ntaoed there with the tx- ercisa'of the utmost cautlon, I enolose with tbls note and renpectrully-aslr. you to publleh, the followiDR extracu from documenta uow In my poBsesslon, bear inu upon'the eubject of the cannon In the tlret en'gagement. Trulyyours, Geo. W. Robinson, ElTRACT N0..1. .BENNINGTON. Auc. 18. 1777. To the Committee of Safcty of JN'eto nimpsntre : uentlkmen: w " ' tne actlon commerjced precnely at three o'olock, p. m. and ...

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. — 7 November 1889

AIsETIIB ItKPUIILICANSIN TO STAY. "Are the Republicans in toatay?'lB an Inquiry whlcb Hon. GeorRe F. Hoar anawers In the pages of the November North American Keview. AdmittiDg that prophecy is not ot e of the exact Boiencea, and that party accideuts mlRlit change In a moment the careful plans and labora of a wliole campaiKn, Mr, HoarauceestBsome considerationawhich point to the present surpremacy of the Republican party In tbis nation aa likely to contlnue. He combats at the outset thn ftecuaationa eo often made aealnst the partv, "eepeclally by renegades,'' that It'haa bcoome corruDt and baa de- teciorated and lost' its usefulness. Aa to thaevils which actually exlat.therem edy does not aeem to be to ro oyer to the cnemy. "VVashlngtou and the pure patriota wbo were his companloni aet thomselves ateadily to resist and up- Sreas the evila of their times, But they Irt not aend to Eoeland for Qenedict Arnold.t They dld not reatoro the Tories to power;- They did'not go down on their. kn...

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. — 14 November 1889

rUBUtBIOXTIHT THUR9DAT1TTIMOOK Tibxb or HDBicHimoH i rir. In idr&nce il &Q I Threa montiii......3 muatbi 15 1 Slngle coplei,. 5 (rDBTAuX rRI-rID.7 KATES OF ADVEIiriSINa: Dqc Inch.l week, . - TJ I One Inci S montlu$3.0Q Ofit Inch, 3 weeki, - 1.33 1 One Inch S monthi,4.fiQ One-Vourth col. 1 yr ,30.00 One lnch 1 jet - NuaciB Lnierted nnder head of "Builoeii Lo cals 1 Pc per Une, each lnsertlon. .Uetterind Comraunlentioni ihoald be aa lrd O. A. riKKClC. mblUher and Proprletor. Kntered at the Bennington P.O.ai seoond-claM Busmcss Uircctoru. O. H. MASON. -A TTOnNEY'AT LAW. XV Adams' Bloclt Bennington, Vt. 33 C. H. DARLING. AiTOItNEY AT LAW. Offlc over Flrst Natlonal bank, 4U' Bennington. Vt, W. B. SHELDON. XJl. tn Chancery, Ofllce and resldenc 18 West aiainEireei,uennington, vt. itfir-oz COALI COALI COALI LIME AND CEMSKT' - " AT WUOLKSALE AND RETAIL. Depot at, J. U.LOIUNU & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, 1J00KSELLER, PltlNTER, 8TATI0NER U AKD BLANK BOOK MAKEIt, Banner Bnllding...

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. — 14 November 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thnrsday Afternoon, Nov. 14, 1889. Tbe revised Iowa retums glve the Democrallc Governor Boles 5,820 plural ity. Other Incomplete retums show tbat Republlcan candidates lmve run abead of tbs governor tlcket. Tbese flgurea glve a reasonable baeis for tbe concluslon tbat tbe extentof tbo calam ity in Iowa ia tbo elecllon of a Demo cratio Governor. Tbe Senate will stand 23 Republicans nnd 23 opposition ; the House, Sl Republlcan, 48 Democrats and one in doubt. From Washington it is now said that tbe recent conference of post ofiice ofll ciala held in that city was for tbe pur pose of considering tbe subject ot re ducing the rate of postage on general morchandise.and wipiug outfourth-class matter altogether. It was proposed to Inciude mercbandise in third-class mat ter and carry it at tbe rato of twopuncea for ono cent, instead of one cent per ounce as at present. Under tbe new arrangement the tbree classes would be dlvided as follows : First claaa, lett...

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. — 14 November 1889

CORRESPONDENOE. Oar Chlcago Letter. CniCAao. Nov. 0. 1889, Tb the Editor oftht Banner : Dear jb: ln one of my letters I promlsed to eay sometbing ot the buelnesa men who have tnade a mark and a forlune in tbe whirl of time in thia gteat city, tettiog majestically oa tbe borders of tbe beau tlful Lake Mlchiganr Much bas already been eaid of the buslnesa men wbo bave come from tho New Eogland States and to their good luck etruck a ntake in tliie now great metropolla of the Notthwest. The men whotn 1 will mentlon who are dolng a business in thi city were Ver monters. I take pride in making men lion of these names for their reputation for honesty and integrity Is flrst claan. The' flrst of these i Mr. R. J. Morse & Co., Iniporters of dlamonds, jewelry, eto.; No. 89 Madison St. The diamond and jewelry eBtablishment of R. J. Morse & Co. bas had an honorable careercov ering a number of years. and is now gradually exlendtng its iufluence and trade throunhout tbis city and the states...

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. — 14 November 1889

VICTORY BY FRAUD. HEPKATEnS FUu.TI TIIIS C1TY DE FCATED COLONEL, HOGIillS AT THOV, N. Y. How Vlrglnla Kcgroea were I'roven ted From Votlug. The New ,York Press says : The Re publican State commiltee bas secured abundant evidence that tepeating was indulged ia, In the most etmmcful and flagrant manner ln (be Senatorial con test ln Troy as a factor ln the so-called eleclion o( "Mike" Colllns, the Demo cratio nominee for re-eleotion Bgainst Colonel Rogers. the Republican candi date. Republicans ia Troy have been roused to a pitch ot hiRh excltement over the unblushing manner in which the repeatlng waa carried on, and a dele gatlon o( them baa placed all the parti rulara before Cbairman Knapp of tbe State Commiltee. Oeneral Knapp bas been conducting a thorough ezamina tion of tbe outrage, and yesterday he ex preesed hiniself in the following lan euftffa : "There is no doubt wbatever that the elootion In the Sixteenth Senatorial Dis- trict at Troy was carried by flagrant fraud bv tbe Dem...

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. — 21 November 1889

tJlUSBID tTIST THCXSDAT irauooi, TxnMB OT HrrascnirTioM : year. inadvance 1M I Thre. monlhi. ..-3 munttn " 15 I Blngle copici,.., 5 (roSTASl TKM-T IDO KATES OF ADTERTISIMGl Dne lnch.l week, - - T5 1 One Inci 3 monthitS.OO Pna lnch, 3 weeks, 1.05 1 One lnch months,4.0 Oo-Tourth coL 1 yrO.OO One lneh ljnr, 6.00 Noiicaa tntertednnderhead of "Bojinen Lo- cals" I V per llnet each lnaeruon. A.U -etten and Commnnlcatloni shonld bt ad. imted O. A. FIERCE, rublleher and PpAnplatA. Enteredatthe Bennington P.O.aneeond-tlMa mauer. Busincss JOircctorg. C. H. MASON. A TTOHNEY AT LAW. . Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. 31 O. H. DARLINO. Al-TORNKY AT LAW. Offlce over Flrat Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, W. B. SHELDON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. and Solieltor ln Chancery. Offlce and resldenc. 18 West uainaireet, Bennington, vt. iwr-o. COALI COALt COALI LIME AND CEMENT AT WIIOLE9ALE AND RETAlL. DepotsL, J.II.LORINU & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, JOOKSELLER, P1UNTKU. 8TATI0NEB Banner Bnll...

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. — 21 November 1889

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Aftemoon, Nov. 21, 1889, TIIANKSaiVINO rROCLAMATION. In acknowledgement of the countlesa fror that have betn extended to the people of thii State during tbe year now drawlng to a close, I do hrrehr dcslirnite Thnrsda. Norember 28tb.tOt observed as a day of praise aad thankagiTlhi? to AlmiKttty uoa, Anu i earnesuy reaucsb iuai. iub Aav 1m AnnrnnrtAtfflT nhsprveil br the DeODle ln tbeir homes, and that ln tbelr places of publlc worshlp they unlte ln service of praise and thanksgtrlng to hlm whose uiercy la new every morninfr, wnoae raiiniuiness 13 umo aii Kvuera tions, and who it nigh unto all them tbat call upon blm ln truth. (iiren nnder tnr band and the seal of the State. ln executlve chamber at Montpelier, thla elKhth day ofNovember, ln the year of our Lord one thousand elght hundred and elghty-nlne. and of the Independence of the Unlted Btates the one nunureu ana louwmn. WILLIAM P DILLINQIIAM. Hy the Governor : Fbcd A. IIowuhd, Secretary...

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