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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 31 July 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1891. n Notes, Fhllosophy and Nows, by Qnten SabeT "Wliotlicr correct or not, Uio concluslon is fast growing in tho publlc mlnd tliat Secrotaiy Blaino is sonously ill at Bar Harbor on Uio coast of Maino. Itseoma that little that is, rellablo can bo had In regard to tho niuttcr from tlio newspa pers. Tlio pap'ers of ono clasa, for pout jcal purposos; saylie isdyinj, whilo thoso of another. for tho sarao reason, say that lio is gotting woll. That tho latter statc ment is -true, all mon, irrespoctlve of party will hopo, for Mr. Blaino is really one of tlio world's grcat men. He is a flno brator, a gvcat political hlstorian, an incofaiparably nggrcssivo dlplomat, a great constructivo statesman, and alto cether tho most striktng political flguro Fn&ncrica, or for that mattcr in tho world. Emporor VTllllam is a grcat man amonpr tho Germans, and ho says and doesabout what plcascs liim whon lio is athomc. Ho has latcly bocn "doing" England inroyal...

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. — 31 July 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAiTNER, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1891. THE AIR., . Llke some rayiterioui, tenUent.thliiff, ' It throba to tbrobblng Unds and leas; I hear lt w4ep. I hear tt slng. In vagrant wind or breeio. It fills the ghogtly gloom of nlght With htlcyon ealm, with stormandcUih; And I can trace U farther fllght When autumn mctoera flah, Itfllngsthenewdawn'aglory Over the dusk of sllent shores, Over the mlstyhlllswhich bide X Sleep in their rocky corea. And when it f eels the sboct and crowd. - Of the electtic flro, it ehowa Madsplendors leaplng from the cloud, Boomlng their thunder blows. Or else above that frozonland Which sends tho plerclnp wlnter forth, Itmarks, Incolors rich andbland, The anrora of tne North) THE "WIDOW GAMBERTI. Tlio rcfjimont had boen oxpcctod sinco tho niorninr;. In tho villages rc'raoto from tho great centres, whoro lif e gocs on calm and ovon as tho mcchanical movement of n woll regulated clook, tho passago of tho troops is always an important ovont. Tho peas ants ...

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. — 31 July 1891

THE BENMSTGTON BAOTER, FBIDAY, JULT 31, 1891. TWO SAMPIiES OF HEROISM. Tho young man yllO is elocted Har vard' s flrst marshal must have first Btood tho test of four years' constant follow ship with tho 300 raen of liis class; ho must havo becn watched by- thom in tho dormitory, at work iu tho class-room aud at play on thoball-flold whlch somo ono has said is tho best placo to test tho Kcn tlemau and must not havo bcon found wanting. Generally tho rlRht man Is cleoted; occasionally ho is not Tnis vear thoriglit man wasclcctcd. A recrottably largo numbor of pooplo do not know that a younc gentloman named Arthur Curanock was captain of tho foothall elevon at Harvard last year, :and that his cleven dcfeatcd tho olovon of Yalo, and that Yalo, in hor turn, crushiugly dcfeatcd Princoton. Tho cas ual visitor at class day uudorstood it bot tcr when ho was told that Arthur Cum nock had dono moro than vrin a cham pionship. and that it was not as tho cap tain of tho team that ho was chcorcd wi...

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. — 31 July 1891

THE. BENNINGTON BANNR, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1891. I CAMP VERMONT. Tlie Annnal Muater nt Bennington Noxt Month. From tho Free jPress wo tako tlio fol- lowing concornlng tho encampment of tho National Guard, to lo hold horo dur ing tho week of August 19th. It says: Gon. Greonleaf statos that tho usual practico of scnding out invitatlons and passcs to vlsit tho oncatnpmcnt of tho National Guard will not bo followod tliis year, but all will bo wolcomo, and it is liopod that largo numbors will visittho boys whilo in camp at Bonnington, Aug. 1-4 to 21. Tho 100th annivorsary of tho . admission of Vermont into tho Union will bo colobratcd August 10, an,d in honor of this ovont Gon. Greenlcaf has decidod to namo tho annual oncamptnont of tho National Guard "Camp Vermont." During tho cncampmont a spcelal tent will bo providod at brigado hoadquartors to bo known as tho press tont. It will bofurnishcd with tolophono and tclo graphio f acilities, and ovory eff ort will bo mado to supply tho represon...

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 August 1891

mmn YOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1891. NUMBER 29. nrnn i HOSMY, IBERIEAR, -And- NOTMS -At- Every klnd or Ilose. from 4 ins to the largest out sizc A fiill "llnc ol l.adles' Black Opera IIosc, Infants' Socks and 34 hose, In white nnd black, both llsle nnd jotton. Mfsses'Tan Cnlor IIosc In slzes from 4 to 81-2. Ladlcs' black and c'olorcd llsle linse In 1 colors to miitcli sllppers. Tlic tauiua uuivn vuuuu uusu iu InHlnnl i. I ivil' 1. n n a onnd at 2ac. ure sllk liosc. A full assort- cnt. both black and colors. Sllk plaltcd liose. Evcry color from plnk to very dark bronze. Men's Iiair liosc, llslc tlircad And cotton. Mcn's pnrc sllk Iialf liosc, ln black, at $1.50, $2 and $2.50 pcr palr. A full llnc of men's "Shaw Xnlt"hair liosc. Gents' gauzc slilrts25cand 50c. Gcnl's summci' balbrlggan Un 'dCFwCiir 50c Gent's twll'led Jcan drawcrs 50c. Gents' cotton drawers for snm juer, 25c. actual valuc 50c. Ladlcs' gauzc and Rwiss rlbbed Tcsts 25to50c. Ladlcs' real llsle yests, act...

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 August 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BAOTER, FRIDY, AUGUST 7 1891. DESOLATIOM. Soroewhat back from'the TllUpe street, Stands tbe old-fashloncd couaaj seat, Acrou lts nndque portlcOj Tall poplar trees thelr shadows throw. And there. throogbout the HTelongdsy Jemima plavs the pl-a-na, ", Do, re, ml, Me, re, do. 3n the front parlor, there It stands. And tbere Jemima plles her handi, "Whlle her papa, beneath his cloak, .aiutteraandgroans: 'There Is nojokel" And swenrs to himself and slghs. alasl With Borrowful TOice to all who pv3- "Do. re.'mi, Me, rc, dol" Through dajs of death and dsys of blrth She plays as lf she owned the earth, TbroUEQ every swift vicissltude She drumsaslfit did her good. And still she sits from morn tlll slght Abd plunks away with niftln and might, Do, re. ml, Me, re, do. In that manslon nsed to bo Free hearted hospitallty, But that was many years before Jemima rbonkeyed wlth the score. When sho began her dally plunk Into thelr graves the nelghbors sunk. Do, re, ml, Mc, rc, do. To othe...

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 August 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BAOTER, FRIDAY, AUGTJST 7, 1891. SAlESIiTVITOnCKABT. Tbero havo been few, if any, incidents in the history of this country more strango" than tho wltchcraft craze at Salem, Mass., two hundred years ago. Tho writor, taking advantago of a day off, durlng the recent press oxcursion, visitodthospotwhoretho scoro of por sons chargod with being witches in 1002, woro tried and executed. The old house still stands whero tho trials whjre con ductcd. bullt by Rov. Jloger Willlams in 1031, bolng, it is said, tho oldest houso in New England, if notin this scotion of tho country. Salem was tho second colony estnblishcd by tho Puritans, in 1628, immediatcly after the sottlement if Plymouth. Koger Williams arrived in Boston threo years later, but was iorcedtojoin tho Salem colony on ac count of his advanccd vlows which do manded tho divorco of stato governnieut from the church. Tho trials wero a farce and a mookory, 4is may be learncd from tho written pro ceediugs now on fllo at tho...

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 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1891. -BENNINGTON BANNER. .;. . BENNINGToiq, ' FRIDAY EVENING, Alto.UST 7, 1S91. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Henry Gates of Chicago, 111., Is in town. . ' Outside partles aro continually're marking that the Iteformer is failing. Mrs. k. H. Loyeeand of Chicago i visiting her mother, Mrs. Sophronla Huling. Mrs. Natuaniel Gardner of White Figeon, Mioh., Is a guest cf Mrs. Edward W. Bradford. Miss Abolpuus of Chicago,' 111., lias lyoen'passing a short 'timo at her rela tivo's, Ed. L. Bates. The Dccoration Committee havo cn gaged Charles Huist of Troy, thofnmous soeno-paintor, to dQcorato the arch. Mbs. Ciiabi.es Heywood (nee Miss Daisy Bradford) of South Gardner.Mass., is visiting at Mrs. H. E. Bradford's. 'Mrs. William H. GbOver and son JHarry E. of New York Oity, aro guests of thelr cousin, Mrs. John H. Kehoe, on Pleasant streot I Dr. H. J. Potteb, Jr!, and F. C. Van Yleck aro camping in tho woods near Woodford. They will probably roturn iomo on Sauird...

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. — 7 August 1891

THE BENmNGTON BANNER, FRIDAy, AUGUST 7, 1891. On Monday morning of tliis week, Light Battery H, Fourth U. S. Artillerv, says an Associated 'Prcss . despatch, "started on its journey from Newport, K. I., to Brattleboro, whero it gocs into camp with tho Light Battery of .Vermont for a few days, andlateraccompanies tho battery to Bennington to tako part in tho dcdication of thu monument thcro. It will roturn to Newport af tcrtvard. The detachment includcd Major Cushing, Captain Anderson, Licutenant Martin nnd flf ty men, four pieces of artillery, two baggage wngons nnd cnough horses to carry tho cntiro outflt over all tho roads from Nowport to Bennington and roturn. Tho ontiro journey will bo mado by easy marches, and will last a month.'' Adjutant General Dalton of Boston has issued tho f ollowing circular to mcm bors of tho dclcgation which will ropro scnt Massachusotts at tho dcdication of the Bennington Battlo Monument : "You aro requpsted to assemblc at tho Stato IIouso, lioom 10, ...

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. — 7 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, ATJGrUST 7, 1891. X BEQINNINQ ANEW. Every day U a fresh bcglnnlng, Every morn ia tbe world made new, You who are w eary of lorrow and ilnnlng, Ilere is a beautlf ul hope for you A hope for me and a hope for you. All the past things are past and orer; Xhe tailts are done and the tcara are slied, Yestcrday'serrorsletyestorday cover; Yesterday's wounda, whlch smartd and blea, Are heaied wlth tho heallng whlch niijUt has ehed. Yesterday now Is part of forever. Bonnd np in a sheath, whlch God holdt tight, Wlth glad dtya, and ead days, and bad' days, whlch never f. ' , Shall Yisltui moro wlth thelr bloom and thelr bllght, Thelr fiilnessot aumhlne or sorroWful nlgbt. v' " Every day U a frcsh beglnnlng; LUten, my eouI, to the glad refraln, And, splte of old eorrow and older ilnnlne, And puzzleaforecasted and poaslble paln, Talce heart wlth tho day, and begln again. CORIiESP ONBENOE. A MICHIGAN LETTEH. Pontiac, Mioh., July 24, 1801. To the Editor of the JUnneh ...

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. — 7 August 1891

THE BENMNGTON" BAOTER, FRIDAY, AUGTJST 7, 1891. NOTES. Wool is freo from dust when tllO flocks livo in mountainousTrogions. Tho flockmaster who is carolcss with his sheep willnovor got rich at tho business. - ' Tho sheop is a liappy, docilo, con tcntcd animal if it Iias lialf a cbanco to bo. Mo raattcr how times are,. those who would bo succcssful must koop abrcast of tliem. Bees will mix and you'ng qucens got lost, if hives aro just allko aud fitand too closo. Wantod A dog dlseaso, similar to cholora in hogs, to eradicato Bheep-kill-ing dogs. A shcop can bo fattened woll in sixty days; but it takes twico tlTat long to fafc teu a steor. Sheop f od f or mutton mako a grcatcr gain in wcight than stccrs f or tho araount of grain f ed. If youraust haul oyer tcn jniles of good road and a half a milo of bad, you must loa'd for tho bad. ' Send only frosh oggs to, tho markot. Don't imposo on tho publio "by tryins to palm off an inforiorproduct. Last ycar wo used 300,000.000 pounds of buttcr...

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. — 7 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1891. Secorate jour Uoines Auguat 10th. Frear will llelp you to ilo so at Branll Expense. Bost. quallty 'printed Muslin Flags, mounted bn stioks, 14 inches long, only 18c per dozen at Frear's; 18 Inohes long, 27o por dozon: 22 inolies long, 8Co; 30 inchcs long, Ooc 'por dozen; 43 inches long, $1.40 per dozon; 60 inchcs long, $1.80 per dozon; 68 inchcs long, $2.10 per dozen. Best quallty Buntlng Amcrican Flags, guaranteod to stand sun and rain, everynag double-stitchcd, stars sewed on both sidos, 2 feet by 3 fcot, $1.25; 2J foetby4 foot, $1.03; 3 foot by 5 feet, $1.05; 4 feet by 0 feet, $2.80; 5 feetby8 feet, $4; 0 feet byO feet, $4.85; Cfeotby 10 feet, $5.40; 8 feet by 12 feot, $7.15; 10 foot by 15 fcot, $10.15; 8 feet by 15 feet, $8.05; 12 feet by 18 feet, $14.30. Othor eizes up to 00 foot long nt cqually low prices. Strlped Bunting, fordecoratlng. with stars all over, Co per yard; Stripod Bunting, with stars in tho bluo, 37 inches wide, act...

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 August 1891

-5 Seimxn tmt V f atut YOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDY, AUGUST 14, 1891. NUMBER 30. Busmcs0 IDircctori). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEYAT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. 32 C. H. DARLING. AXTOItNEY AT LAW. Offlca over First Natlonal bank, tit , Bennington. Vt, JAMES B. MEACHAM. TXORNEY AND L COUN8EL0R AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSHMAN. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, and Sollcl toi8 In Chancery. No. 307 Main Street, Bennington. Vt. 18tf-8i W. B. Sheldon. II. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & 'BATES. A'XTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR8 AT LAW . nd SollcitorslnChaneery. Offlce over First Natlonal Bank, Bennington. JSJtf ). K. BATCHELDER, E. L. BATES. H. 0. DAY, M. D. AWIOE AT DRUG STOKE, J No.1T, Main Street, Bennington, Vt. Speclal attentlon given to dtseases of the keart nd lnng. tf DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. :0 FFICEAT KESIDENCE, 61tf J No.H'J Main Bt.. uenningion, y i mALl COAL1 COAL1 LIME AND CEMENT AT WUOLESALE AND KETAIL. . ' Depot st, J. H.LOBING & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, KBELLEH, PIUNTEE, S...

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 August 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BANNER, FMDAY, AUGUST 14, 189i. DEFEUKED EDITOKIAL NOTKS. Qot. Pace, Salurday, appointed A. B. Ifoyes of St. Johnsbury tmrdmemborof tlie Stato Fish Hatoliery Commission. C. C. "Warren of Waterbury -and Dr. 6. M. Swift of Pittsford aro tlio other two mombcrs. Tbo dcath of Ex-Secretary of Stato Cbarles W. Porter, Saturday. removes ono who lias been promlnenily in tbo public oyo for maiiy yoars. He was a well-known lawyor andt- the timo of bis dcath was stopping jvith his brother-in-law, Jobn Denisoii of Now Bedford, Mass. IIo was tlio last surviving son of John Porter of Hartford. Tho Sunday UiHZjefremarks: "Wofail to sco how Presideut Ilarrison is going to get to Bennington without going tbrough Troy, and yot tbe itinerary of his trip makes no montion of tbis city. Tho peoplo boro would liko to see bim, and -would givo hira a hearty wclcomo. So wo hopo bo will not bo taken by somo roundabout route that will leavo ns out. Troy is a good show town." Franco has passed a l...

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 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNBE, EEIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1891. FKOJI MANCHESTER TO GRANVILLE, A Drivo AYliloU for Ilonuty Excels Any to be Found ln the Country Nature'e Grandear Lavitucd oa Evory Iland Sparkllng YVaters, Itisa constant complaint about tho droutk of this placo, the ilood of that, tho heat of the ono or tbo cold of the othor. Does it seem, to search tho wldo world ovcr, thero could bo found a stato of moro oven tempcraturer with the sun sbiue and showers more ovenly dis trlbutcd, than in this old Vermont and its oordering statcs? Tne attenuon 01 tho nublio is all the timo bcinc waked ud to tho fact tbat it is better to spend its money on improvinc ana boauutyiuf: tne resorts of plcasuro about itsolf, rather tnan to icavo uiem, ana pay its money to the cause of bcautifying other resorts of perhaps less attraction tban thoso lying within its own tait Whore is a moro beautiful drivo to bo found tban from Manchester to Gran ville. Starting from quiot Manchester, whioh is nostled snugly ...

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 August 1891

THE BAOTER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1891, BENNINGTON' BANNER. i BENNINGTON FRtDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14, 1801. L00AL INTELLIGENCE. Georog RoniNSONof Bonnington Cen tro, has stabliug for horsos duringtho oieurauon. Mns. C. A. Bukcii of Jamestown. N. Y., is visising tbo family of JosiallBurch 01 tuis vinage, Tiiose wlshlng tlio weokly Banneh of Aug. aist, snouid send m ordcrs now Six ccnts pcr copy. TiiErelics owned by tho lato .Gco. W. Robinson willbo ou oxhibition. Tbcso wero of great interest in 1S77. iHEiirstcompanyto arrivo m canin tbis morning was tho Kingslcy Guard of j;utianu, t. a. uavis, captain, J. I. Loojtia is to cxhibit a collection of Revolutionaryrolics on tbo Squreslot, coinur oi juuin ana uago streets, Tiie Troy Houso corps of colorcd waiters will sorve at tbo Putnam Houso weok. Tbis cnsurcs good scrvico, Tue citizens bavo contributed $000 for now camp oquipago for tbo Bennington Kifles. Tbisis bighly appreoiatod by uio uoys, A sehvice will bo held next Sunday uiicniuun at j...

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. — 14 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FBlDAY, AUGUST 14, 1891. TOBJIATIOX' OIM: COLTniS. Two guns wflr bo flred by Fnllerls Bat tcry atfl o'clock a. m., astho signu for dmsions to commcnco their fbnnation. Tho column. cxcopt carriaires. wlll tform on the parado ground at Camp Vermont as airectca w spcciai oracrs to tno: sov cral Assistant Marshals. Tho spcciai cscort to tho roviowing partjr wlll report to tho Assistant Mar shal inchargo of tho flrst division in front of tho Soldiers' Home, not later tlian 0:80 a. m. Carriages of this divi sion will report at tho samo placo for as slgnment of position. Carrjages of tho third division will ro ccivo invitcd cucsts at tho Board of Trado rooms on South strcot, or at suoh othor ccntral polnt as may bo dcsignatcd by tho coramittco on carriages. Whon loadcd, carriages of this division will 'tako position on rieasant street, under io direction of tbo Chicf Quartormastor. . i.ink 01' MAI1C1I. ' ,kTho head of tho column will movo promptly at 10 o'clock, or o...

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. — 14 August 1891

THE BENMNGTON BANM1E, FEIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1891. LAKES GEOBGE AND CHAMPLAIN , Characteriatlca of tlic Iteglon IIlBtorlo 1 Slemorlals. Aftor a brpillng day at Saratoga, noth ingcanbo moro delightful, rofreshing and restful than a day on Lake Georgo or Lake Champlain. Add to their nat ural chanris the sonso of roliof which one feels at liberation from a hcat of 100 de grecs in the s!iado,and tho swiftprogrcss of the stcamor over tbe glassy surfaco of these superb bodiesof watcr is enchant ing. Iamnot preparod to say that I should havo found Lako Georgo, with out tbis senso of contrast. all that my fancy bad painted it In truth, I tbink I was at flrst a trifle disappointod. Per haps it was because tboro was suoh an inflnite dcal of natuto to such a trivial penriyworth of man. I did not oxpect it to resemble a Swiss lake, and was glad that it did not; but I soemed to want moro ovidenco of human handiwork scattercd along its vasty slopo. Tbo vil las and hotels looked liko clrildron's toy b...

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. — 14 August 1891

; Vt M atis is il ' tlinn tBDLL-naniixoiix paris Tlie Griin PlJtza de Toros !tt Pai more mappiificcnt nnd wondorf ul ' tlian anvthinL' of tho kind in Snain: it U a spfcndid nnd tasteful edifico.manitcsting in all its dotalls that clogancQ,thatfihisli, that chic in exccutlon, which Fans im prcsses upon all tliat ifccreates oradopts. Tho idea of the entorprise nnd tho capi tal to rcalizo it -Twe furnishod by Spafn; tho buildinp was coiicelyod and con structed by French architccts, of pourso f ollowing tho traditional dlspositiori of tho Spamsli arcnas; tho momont chosen f or Introduclng tho publio to this distrao tion, new to Northorn Europe, was tho year of tho Exhibltion of 1880, whcn all tho world was at Paris. Bullt of brick and iron, roofed ovor with Rlass.and pro vided with ilno macliinory for produoing cloctrio light,lho Plaza do Toros of Paris lias cost moi-o tlian 3,000,000 francs. It is a rotunda nf a diamotor of 100 metros, surrounded by scats rising in an amphi theatrc, an...

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. — 14 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNfiR, FRIPAY, AUGUST 14, 1891. TllUJi TO XI1E NAMK. Undor dato of Aurora. Keb.. July 31. 1801, JudgoW. L. Stark of tho Probato Court of Hamilton county, that stato, writes to Judgo AUred Robinson of this town as ifollows: Dear str: un au cust 10th tho flnal coromony of tho monumont vrill bo bold, and of courso I tako quito an intorcst in tho mattor, and would beelad to recoive a Drocrammo and anything olso of interest relating to tho oxercises. Espccially T would I bo ploasod to fecelvo tho Bennington nows- papcr tnat contams an accounc oi uie samo. In my old Connecticut homo, when a boy. nothinc interestod mo moro than grandfathor's story of Bennington wmcn no usuaiiy endca wiui uie quom tion from John Stark, "Livo, be freo. death is not tho worst of all ovils" and when in ono of our old New England academies tho words of Epictetus came to mo "IIo whoso body is freo but whoso eoul is bouud is n slaye indeed," I un derstcod why tho men of Vermont, Now Hampshire and...

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