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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1890

FREAR'S IMPORTATION -OF SILKS, VELTETS, PLUSHES AND -FOlt FALL OF 1890 ' W. H. Frear's Silk and Velvct De- parlments contnin ihc finest collec- tion of Forcign and Domcstic Silks in Blacks, Colors and Fancies ever shown in New York State. Mr. Frear has detcrmincd to op n the Fatl season of 1890 in thc Silk and Velvct Dcpartmcnts in a way that will gratify his customers and the public generally. One liundred thousand dollars' worth of Silks, Vel vets, Plushes and Noveltics have been m.irked at the low prices which distinguish the IJ.izaar at all times; and has made the name Wnii H. Frear the synonym of lair dealing and bed-rock prices. You must visit the Silk and Velvet Depaitments to appreciate the enormous stock that Mr. Frear displays and the immense variety of goods and styles which his customers have to select from. BLAGK SILKS. Black Gros-Grain Silks we are glad to say are coming to the fronl again. Frear anticipated this, and bought accordingly. Look at his prices ! 30 pieces ...

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. — 2 October 1890

MCT TOGETflER. Thcro vrcro visitors in tlio factory to ilay. Tlio liandsomo younj; sons ol tlic jiroiirietor wcro takiiiR a party uf fricmls tlirough tlio grent Iniildinjr anil cxplain ing all IU workings to tlicra. It was tlio mlildlo f tlio liot July afternoon.auil Anno Haydon, with atlull aclic In lier licad awl a senso of irrltalilo hutty tlonii to tlio tijis of lier flnRcrs, tliil nototfer a vcry gracious wolcomo to tlio siglit Kcers as tlio camo to n stnntlstiU bcsitlc lier. "Slio illil not seem quito plt'ascd wltli tliliiKs in cciicral," was tho liclit com mcnt of ono of tho young latlics of tlio party as tlioy moveil oii, mailo in wliat sho tliouglit a low tone amitl tlio roar of tlio maclilnory, uut caimht rcadlly cnough by Anno's accustomcil ycars. It mado lier blooil boil, and sho looked darkly aftcr tlicin, with a bittcr fciiso of contrast Hlliiijr lier mind. Itwasa pity tliat bIio dld not lioar tho answcr wliicli tlio othcr girl visitor mado'to lier fricnd. "Sho must bo...

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. — 9 October 1890

I ll i j THE SCHOOL LAW. . . a ; r We aro wcll awaro that ln nir 'fentmiflioii amicu rOU9flD ITtBT THUIIMAT AITTinWUOH, IIBII vr oi1" D,v " On. ,..r. inady.n., i I SS -2" 8u (,.. ;-o ., .i-i.-a K ADVEliriSINOl . .. . I, . .. 1 rtnn InrH S mmtlias3.00 one !"- , il n" ; ,, im t.OC Lo- V I 4ff I uut aaua vuu4i- Koticbs Inserted undcr bfa of "DoilneM d'QMCd C. A. PIKKCB. rublUher Entered tthe Bennington r.O.Mecnnrt m itter. be and 1-clftHa GUsincsS Otrcctorij. DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. OFFICEAT RES1DENCB, SltfJ Ko.mMainbUEemilngton.Vt. 0. II. MASON. O. II. DARLINQ. ArTORNEY ATI.AW. Offlce OTef Kirtt National bank, 41tf llcnnuigtoii. VI, JAMES B. MEACIIAM. TPl.NEYANDissnoRATLiW M .. hnnt nnnf ttorney and Counsellor at Uw, and tsollcltor . InUhancery. No 307 Uain Street, , Ben LM vi mtr-o iilngton, Vt. COAL1 COAL1 COALI LIME AND CKMKNT AT W1I0LESAI.E AND RETAIL. Deiotet., J. II.L0IUNU C0-. Bennington. U. A. PlERCE, 13 AUD DllANK DOOK ilAKEB, liauner BulMlni.) North t., Dcnnlwrton. BATCUELDER &a...

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. — 9 October 1890

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VEHMONT : Trmrsday Afternoon Oct. 9, 1890. A Stalo cxcliango summarlzcs the practical worldiigs of tho listing law as follows: "For instanco a lot aud houso wliich was purchascd for $023, and with somo Httlo improvcment on it, is put in tho list at $1040, and very likcly the placo would sell for tliat. Now, If all of tho real estato iu town had beon put ln at tho samo rato, thcn would tho lottcr of the law bcen livod up to and justico dono to all. But unfortunatcly 8uch Is not tho caso. Ono houso and lot in the villago, tho houso costing about $1500, and the lot 300, is put in at S000. Another whoro tho houso cost any whero f rom $40,000 to $00,000 and tho land somo thousands, is put in at about $10,000 and wo might go with lnstances llke theso to a groat number, but theso aro sufficient to sliow tho gross incquality of taxation under tho presont systom." An oxchangowcll says: "Aprofcssor ship of highway engineering has beon ondowed in the Massaohusetts insti...

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. — 9 October 1890

HORSEMEN ! Tiiis is Yout Ghance. READ ! READ ! Stable Blankets. iooo extra hcavy Stable Blankets, Coc each at Frear's. 500 Peru Stable Blankets, fancy plaid printed witli copper rollers, scarlet bound, cloth pockets, 90c cach at Frear s. 300 Brightside Stable Blankets, heavily printed with copper rollers, scarlet bound, with "cloth pockets.aoc each at Frear s. 200 Barn Stable Blankets, com- bined print and wcave, scarlet bound with figure 4 stay, 98c each at Frear's. 200 Mexican Stable Blankets,fan:y plaid over slashed ground, 2 straps, scarlet bound, $110 each at Frear's. 100 American Stable Blankets, cowper roller print on bufT ground, 2 straps, scarlet bound, 1.15 each at Frear's. 100 Sheridan Stable Blankets, double warp, fancy plaid, copper rol ler print, weight 6 pounds, 72 inches long, 2 straps, cloth pockets. $1.25 each at Frear's. 200 s-A 5 mile Slable Blankets. This blanket has 5 miles of strong warp threads, $1.25 each at Frear's. 150 Jockey Stable Blankets, ex tra webbin...

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. — 9 October 1890

A WAlt INOIDENT. It was Holy vcck, iho wcok beforo Eastcr in tho yoar IStJ-l. Agatha Deaa, with licr brotliers aml sisters lived In tho llttlo villago of S aml vcry happy tlmcs they all lind toRcthcr, in spitoof. itabcliigwar tlmo. It is truo tliat tlicy liil not liavo many toys, but thcn childron who livo in tlio" county do not neeil an many ns city cliildrcn do, and tho war did not mako tho sky any lcss bluc, tlio suii sldno less brightly, or wild Howcrs ;row loss abundantly. liiglit boliind tlio Deas' houso which was on tho oxtrcmo cdgo of tho villago, was .1 grcat green wood, in whlch grcw tlio most bcautiftil wilil lllicsand violets. Ilcro on tho day bcforo Kastcr, Agatha and hor youngcr brother Dick wlth uomo little fricnds wcro busily gathcring hlg buncltcs of thcso statcly whito lillcs, and lovoly bluo violets, to carry to tho clmrcli on tho morrow. Tho war was vory seldoni talkcd of beforo thcso cliildrcn, and tlicy had only a vcry vaguo idea of what it was all about. Thoir...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1890

BENNINGTON BANNEB EITBA, . BENNINGTON, VT., MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1890. Governor Dillingham's Message. Gentlmen qf the Gtntral Aistmhly Inns much as the constitution requires the incoming governor to prepare and lay before tho Gen ernl Aasembly such business as niay apnear to hira to he necessary, I-have thought bestin my vnledictory message to confine myself to a discussion of tho operath n of such past legis lation ns bade fair to be of unusual importance to the state, waa somewhat experimental in ita character, and whose workinga I have watched wiUi warm interest and had opportunity to judge, I shall, however, oraitany reference to the Vermont State Asylum for the Insane, now in proceBS of construction at Waterbury, for the reason that by the terma of the act nuUiorizing its erection I was made, ex-$icio a member of the Board of Truatees. and baw ing acted with theni and joined in their report to tliis honorable body, I prefer that my auc cessor shall speak of the institution aiid i...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1890

11 grocery " would also be true of the words 'saloon" and 'restaurant," But the phrase ology of Scction 3,830 before quoled, is, when taken altogethcr, so pecnliar that Uie courts have placed upon tlie act a narrower comtruo tion tLan the one indicated, and have construed the word " place," aa used iu that and Bubse quent Bections, to mean the particular room in viiick ihe violation of the law was committed. Tbis construction haa rendered the statute of little or no practical effect in Buppressmg miisances. ... In upport of this statement pemiit me to call your attention to.a few of the rnany ln stancea which have coroe lo my know ledge in theapplicationofVie law. In one of tbe vil lages of our state, a man occupied four rooms in conducting hia business. The only main en trance to them leadsfrom the street airatly into the largest room in which were lilhard tables. Out of this room opened three smaller room. lle was brought into court charged with maintaining a nuisance in the build...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1890

it additional powers. While it is ques tinnable whetber tha people of Vermont have received that iibtftntial ueuefit from this commissiou wuich wii nuticipat ed when it was creatcd, still I should re- firditas astep backward to abolisliit. believo it rather to be your duty to give to tho cominission a ineasure of vitality which it ilocs not now possess. lts ex pcuse to the stnte is soinething uiore tli.in 34,500 per year, nud unless additional jpowers and a liiglier ineasure of responsi uility is conferred, I believe a less expen sire board will meet tho requirernents of tbe state. Should you conclude to enlarge its powers, an examination of t!" reort will suggest to you the direction in which such enlargement should be made. For instancc, touching upon local passenger fares, they speak first of tho greatly re duced ratcs two ccnts per mile afforded1 to many citizens of tbe state by tho pur chase of mileage tickets or books,und thcn add as follows: "But thero is a large lass which i...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1890

are 185 towns wbere the highest rate exceeds 33J per ont; that there are 119 tQwns where it exreeds 50 per cent; that there are 78 towns where it exceeds 70 per cent: that tbere are 39 towns wbere lt exceeds 100 peT cent, and several where It exceeds 200 per cent: These flgures dlsclose a wrong done to tbe amall districts, when Tleweil ln the llght of oar theorles as to taxatlon and the object of the publlo school a wrong that cruelly discrlminates, sending two-thlrds of tbe chlldren to schools of 30 and 30 weeks, and the other thtrd to ahorter and poorer schools, compelllng one man to pay one rate of taxes, and anotber man another rate to support tbe saina system, a system that preventa crltne, prouiotes tndustry, and a powerful sgency In protectlng tbe state. I say these tlgurea dlsclose a great wrong reafchlng Into neatly every town ln the atate that ougbt not to be tolerated annther day." Ilon. J. W. PaUerson, superlntend ent of publlo Instructlon In New Hampshire, ls quoted os ...

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. — 16 October 1890

n iuid stibt TnnMUiT arTallsoos Tuh in.CBIfrlOfc 1 n...r.ini.linn Al.Mll Hirco mnntlia.. RIt muoth- 7 I "lngle coplriP.,.-5 (roiimi-pyii0 IIATKS OF ADVKHTISlMai Ona neh.l nk, M I oe Inc S monthl3.00 oSa iSch S wkt. . 1.M One inch month.. 4 JO O ESirth col. I n.M.00 ' One Inch 1 yew. .. o.OO Noriel Inaertecl unaer nran oi "uosincsi 1.0. ca'a perllne.tacnlnmtlon. ttif t..r..nit f?nmnmutriitlan3 ihould DB Bd drxaed C. A. PIKIICK. ruhllaher and l'r.iirletcr. Kntered atthe Rennlngton P.(.aaecond-clms Ousincss HJircctary. DB. MARY PABTUIDQE. O FFICEAT ItESIDENCE, n. II. MASON. AJ TTOltNEYATLAW. ,.,, , 31 O. II. DARLING. ArTOKNEY ATI.AW. Offlra over Fint Natlonal bank, 4ltr llcnntnirton. Vt, JAMES B. MEACIIAM. A TTUHNEY ANI) , ,,., ,. W. 15. SHELDON. A ttorneyandCounaellorat Law.anuSolicltor xTL IQ unancerr. o ""'T.v.. Iilngton, VU 1WM COALI COALI COALI LIMK AND CEMENT AT WllOLESALE AND P.ETAIL. Dcpot L, J. II.LOIUNU CO., Bennington CJ. A. PIERCE. 1 KHIKKELLER. PIUNTER, STATIONEK 1KD BLANK...

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. — 16 October 1890

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VKnMONT : Tiwrsday Afternoon Oct. 16, 1890. Hon. W. V. Belknap, Secrctsiry of Wnr umlcr uen. Urant, was iounu ueau on Mondny tn a room adlolninc his ofTicc, Washington. From Jolm V. Camcron. Gcn. Uclkiiap'n busincss assoclate, It is learncd that for some tlmo it liacl bccn tlio Gcucral's Itabit to mccta fcw fricnds at tlio liome of Dr. Ilill, wlio livcs lcss than a squaro away, for a soclal pirao of cards. Last Satufilay nlelit lio was with tliem as usual. aml rcmaincd untll nearly midnlght, whcn he rcturncd to liis apart mcnto in tlio Evans Iluililinp anil pro sumably rctircd immcdiatcly. Ho was noveragain sccn allvo. It is now nearly flftccn ycars sinco tlio Impcacliment of Secrctary Belknap by tliu National IIouso of Iteprcsentatives cappcd tlie ovcnts of n carccr ucioro uiai iionorcu nim ru sncctcd. Since that day in Jlarcli. 1870, ho lias bccn entircly abscnt from public lifo. Born at Ncwberg, N. Y., ou tlie 22d of Scptcmber, 182P, William Wortli Belknan...

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. — 16 October 1890

FREAR S GREAT BARGA1NS IN RDGS, ART SQUARES, CAIRO, WOODSTOCK, ISPHAN, BYZANTINE AND SMYIINA CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, ETC. Tlic Caii)et Departmcntof thc lla zaar nevcr contained so large and tvcll-selccted a stock of Novelties in Floot Decoralions are now on ciis play lor the FaU seasonof 1890. Axminstcr Vclvets, Mowiuettes, Wilton Vclvets, llody and Tapestry B.ussels, Thrce-ply Ingrain Carpcts, and a stock of Art Carpcts and Rugs th tt has no equal this side of New York City. Thcse goods are of the yery latest designs and colorings.and markcd at thelowcst possiblc figures. Altliough thc priccs on ncarly all grades of floor covcrings have ad vanccd, Mr. Frcar has not changed t'le prices on thcse goods, and in a j.reat many instanccs has marked them cven lower than before. The reason is that Mr. Frcar bought largcly bcfore the advance was made nnH intends to cive his customers the benefit. LOOAL 1NTEL1IGENCE. Maiitin MATiiurts, who has becn sick a few days is out. Miss JuLtA. ...

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. — 16 October 1890

IIOWTOl'PT UELD TIIE FORT. "Now, mlnd you, Toppyl No dldocg wlillo I am gono. You ara to knit fifty roumls on yoiir sock, an' sit on tho back porch stidily, nn' lcccp tlio licns ont of tliom dryin' applos." "Ycs'm," replied Toppy. Slio stucV ono lean little finffcr fnto a lnoniinK clory bell .ind lookcd up with a quecr little glanco from her two briglit twinklitiK tiyes to Mlss Meliitaliol. "And mind you nobody gcU into tho house. lto a Rood glrl, Toppy, and mcbbo I'll Ict you olt wlth twenty-fl70 roumls ou your sock to-morrow." Jliss Jlcliitabel Rathcrod up tho rcins aml startcd old Sulky off toward Lover, whitlicr tli.it austero epinster made fort nlchtly pilgramages with butter and oue did not sco Toppy's small noso turn up; but turn up it did: for tliis day Miss Toppy watclieu tlio bluo ttilboard of tho wagon vanish down tlio road. Then sho pickcd up tlio comcrs of her long brown apron and wlth gpccd in her hccls, flre in her cyes, and vipor in her clbows, sbo sliooed evcry chic...

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. — 23 October 1890

M'Hl.imi YIST THUKIOAT irTlnXUON, TSBVS OF 0BCBlfTIO : leyer. nadranre 1 VII riirre monthl....... Blx north " I 'We corlri,......., ItATKS OF AUVKUrlSINO: One ncb.l week, . T I One lnci S montlii3 O118 Incb. 3 weeki, - 1 .25 I One Inch 6 monlhl, One Fourth col. I jrr,10-00 One Inch 1 Teu, Noticin Inserted ander head of "uuttneil I ca V 0c per line, each Iniritlon. drsled C. A. 1'IRRCK. rublllher and l'rnprletor. Entered atthe Bennington r.O.ameeond-claw A I uniera ana iomraumcauciD nuuui u ub rauier. Ousincss Oircrtouj. DR MABY PARTUIDQE. O iFFICEAT ItESIDENCK, c. n. MASON. C. H. DAUL1NO. AfTOUNEV ATLAW. Ofilce orer Firat Natlon.il lianlt, Utr llcnnlnnton. VI, JAMES 1). J1EACHAJI. ATB'Wni55l!WW ATLAW 1. W. B. SHELDON. ttorney and Counsellnrat Law, and rtollcltor aTl lu cnancery. io oui uiuu "-r., Iiluirton. VI. 1"-6J COALI COALt COALt L1MK AND CEMENT AT wllOMSSALE AND RETAIL. IV pot tu, J. II.LOBINU CO., BenniBirton. (J. A. PIERCE. 1 lOOKBKLLEIt, PIUNTKK, STATIONEU Ij AKD DLANK BOOK...

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. — 23 October 1890

The Banner. BENNINGTON. VEKMuNT : Thursday Afternoon Oct. 23, 1890. Tlio American Wool Iteporter says tliat tlio inilications aro plcntifiil tliat mcrino slieop-breeilcre of vermont nro to enjoy a more prosperous scason, and that the shcen raislnir interest is to rcccivo a new impetus tlirough tlio lively rcquest for clioico animals for export to Australia. The recorils of salcs of clioico animals in Vermont, particularly iii Addison county, havo bccn numerous of late, and somo eood ririccs havo bccn realized bv brecdcrs. Vermont farmera should noto tlio fact tliat the slicep ralsing imlustry 1s lookinc un. and that the nnssibilitics along thi8 line aro prcat, Tlio saying that a good slicep will alwaya scll was ncver trucr tiian u is to-uay. Says a Chicaco desnatch of Tucsday: "Tho namo of Jolm Burns, tho cngincer of tho Lake Slioro limitcd, whosaved the Htcs of the passngcrs at Silver Crcck, xm. 1., aunuay, was 011 tne iips ot a uumber of cuests at a hotcl licrc vestcr- day. On the...

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. — 23 October 1890

Hevv Plaids in Scotch and French nt nnened to-diu at Frcar's o -i Bazaar. They are "c'.iic," and tl e prices are moderate. Thc late "fad" is Heavyweigl t Falt and Winter Cloihs in light color- incs. Frear lias thcm in plaids, stripes, mixtures and solid colors. Thc rough surface Dress Tweeds made in Bannockburn, So tland, are very fashionable. Frear lmportcd them in select yet nobby designs, which are cxclusively Frear's. This morning's boat broiight a small case of extreme slyles in very large Plaids. They arrived in New Vork on the French steamer which reached thcre Saturday. You owe it to yourself to see them. Scotch Cheviots in plain colors are very desirable. They are very Jiard to find at any price. Frear im ortedaspccial linc of these desirable fabrics in a!l ilie Fall colors. Thej reached the IJazaar yesterday. They are stylish, durable, and will be un- The English "Rough and-Read " Cloths are truly a novelty. To say ,that they are stylish is putiing it too imild. You can fi...

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. — 23 October 1890

Tho Portal DR. CREENE'S NERVURA, Guaranteed Purcly Vegetdblo and Harmless, For Nervous Debility, Weak and Shat tered Nerves,Tired Brain, Sleep lessness, Poor Blood and Debilitated tlrpd. laniruUl. cxhausted in nerre powcr and physlcal strcngtllj who pais restless and llwplen ulglits, viaklng llrcd and unrcfreshcd morn Ings j wlio are dcspondent and dtprcssed In n-lnd; wlio have viearjr Hmt and tremUlng ncrvcs; wlio suller Irora hcadache, nturalgla, pnlns and aches; who liarc palpltatlon or nurl troublc, dyspcpsia, lndlgestlon, los of nnpclllc, constlpatlon, kldncy or llver com. plalnU, nervous debility, nervous and physl cal proilratlon, paraljriis, numbness, or any forniof nervous discase, should use Dr. Creene's Nervura, Brain and NerveTonic. "I was mlscrable, bad no ambitlont no strcngth in my llmbs, and was tlred all tlie uhllc. When 1 walktd a fcw rods I felt as lf I would drop down on the ground. 1 uscd Dr. Creene's Ncrvura, and It has done mo more good tlian anylhlng I hare c...

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. — 30 October 1890

1 'rt.' icnniiiflioit Jpuci frmu.mn btert thoii.dat ArTiBoo, XkBMB OF SUB.CBirTlOK I Ot. ye r. o adraac. II M I TJuiJ moMb. fro.TAOBral-rlt0 i, T-iu iir Anvr.unsiNQt One nch.i i .k. . -t, SSfifii iSSSSJi! NYrc.-tnKrted under head of "Uu.lneu Lo er'O0P"BfteKnlnBnuuH' . A'l ivttrr. and CommnnlcUon. .honld be d-s.ed C. A. PIKKCK. rnbll.her i Rnterad tth Bennington r.'.'.a.'Wcond-cla.a mHirr. Cusmcss Qircctott). Dtt' MARY PARTRIDQE. o .FFICE AT nESIDENCE, ... OltlJ D,IH Jlftm ,.,-.." C. H. MASON. Vt. M C. n. DAHLING. ArtOHNKYATLAW. OfflMOerFintNtlonananlt, 4tr Hcnnlnfrton. VI, JAMES B. MEACIIAM. rronNEVANnij;9FL0RATLA 15 m II allpr.IKlM. tlorney and. Counwllor t Uw. anuriollcitoi A in Chancery. No 30J .lain btreet, l)en- mnKion, COAI. I COAL1 COA1 I LIME AND CEMKKT m , AT WT10LESALE AND RETAIL. Depot M., J. 1I.LOB1SU CO.. Bennington. IV A PIF.RCE. BOOKSKLLER, rlUNTKR. STATIONKR AND ULAHK BOOK MAKiB. n.aner Unuainr;,) nonn BATOUELDER & BATES. ITOIINEYB AND COUNSEM.0RS AT LAW and oouc...

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. — 30 October 1890

The Banner. liENNINGTON. VERMONT : Thursday Aiteraoon Oct. 30, 1890. THE CELEBRATION OF 1890. Yesterday, Senator Abbott introduced a blll proTtding for the sultable dedlca- tion of the Bennington Battle Monumcnt, and also the celebration of the Admls aion of Vermont into tlie Unlon. Ver mont was admltted in 1701, o that tliln is a State Centennial as well aa a most fitttng coupllng of two events. The bill dirccU tho Govemor to invite, in the namo of the State. the National Govern montand tlie Statcs of New Ilampthire Sand-llasgacliusetts fo unite in tho dedt- "callon of llie monument and celebration oftho 100th annlversary of Vermont' admission, at Bennington, August 16th, 1BU1J tlie Uovernor, Lleutenant-Gorern-or, Spealcer of tho House, State Treas urcr and Secrctary of State are to be Committco of Arrangcments. The an- nual encampment of the National Quard of Vermont is to bo callcd at Bennington at tho same timo. We hopo that tliis proposai will strilco a patriotic chord in the b...

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