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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER,-Supplement BENNINGTON, VERMONT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1891. RESOURCES AND ATTRACTIONS OF wim a List of Desirable Homes For Sale. ISSUED BY THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 1891. , BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. Gov. C. S. PAGE, Hyde Park, President. M. H. BUCKHAM, Pres. Vermont University and State Agricultural College, Burlington. XI 1 rCCW 'Riirlinrrfnn- Senretarv. j v v . v r . sw.-., v. s WM. CHAPIN, Middlesex. ROLLIN C. SMITH, Pittsford. HOMER W. VAIL, North Pomfret. J. O. SANFORD, Stamford. VICTOR I. SPEAR, Braintree. ( VERMONT AS A PLACE TO LIVE IN. IT has sometimes been said that Vermont is a good State to emigrate from, but when the advantages of her situation, soil, climate, water, production, and peoplo are fairly considered, whon we take tho account of her nioral, socinl, educatiopal, imd political privileges, her faoilities for manufacturing, her nearness to the great markets of the world, her abundant raeans for the safe and rapid transportation of her prod...

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. — 20 August 1891

all the maplo sugar produced in tlie United States is made in Vermont and New York. 16. Intho yield of corn, potatoos and other crops per acre, Vertnant generally Btands at or near the head of the list of States. But two States had a larger yield of pota toos per acre, according to the annual crop report of tho dopartment of agriculture for 1890. For the same year the yield of wheat per acre was larger in Vermont than in any other Stato east of Mississippi. The yield of buck wheat per acre cxceeded the yield per acre in Ver mont in only one State. By the tenth census only two States had a larger yield of oats per acre than Ver mont ; only three States a larger yield of corn per acro, and the yield per acre of almost evcry crop cultivated in the State was far abovothe averago per acre in the United States. Vermont has moro than oncc stood at tho head of tho States in the yield of corn per acre. 17. Tho cost of purchasod fertilizes used in the United States averages moro than twico as...

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. — 20 August 1891

girls remuuerative employment, has moro possibilities for comfort, for cnlture, for Christianity, for social enjoi-ment, for real happiness, than any other spot on earth. Something must be done for the farmer, for the native Vermonter who has stuok to the soil, oven thongh bis mortgage, rather than his bank deposlt, has grown. Tho State can get all the money she needs at four per cent. She should make it possiblo by legislation for tho farmer to do the samc. It could be done by exempting from tax ation all money on farm mortgages loaned at four per cent. It would also help, since the mortgage is taxed, to exerapt from the list all rcal estate, as well as personal property, to the full amount of the mortgage. S. D. HOBSON, East Brighton, Vt. The lumber interest is no doubt the great money inter ost of the County at the present time. How long this will continuo can not accnrately be computed, but one thing is certain : The beautiful, winding Connecticut will always pour its crystal fl...

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. — 20 August 1891

ih proximity to Lake Memphremagog. Largo quantities of onions, squashes,. and cabbages are annually raised, not only for homo consumption, but for moro distant markets, finding ready sales at profltable prices. In tbis locality, too, immense quantities of potatoes aro raised yearly and sent oarly to market, bringing tbo higbcst prices. Tbcse potato fields in late years rangc from fire to sixty acres. For all tbese products, as woll as for ber ries and early fruit, there is always a ready market, offer ing strong incentives not only to large farmers, but espccially to tbose baving but small acreage or limitcd ineans. There is easy access to market, daily fast trains from all railroad points transporting pcrisbablo freights at reasonable rates. No portion of tho County to-day offers greater inducements to tbo dairyman, the stock raiser, or general farmor tban does Orleans county. Increasing attention is being giyen to borse breeding, and several largo and successful stock farms are re...

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. — 20 August 1891

highest market rate. So would it be with " Vermont Condensed Milk." Her puro water and sweet pastures would impart to this product iho same unrivaled cicellenco favorable local conditiona give her sugar. Butter and cheese would cease to bo the solo re source of the dairy farmer. Tho presenco of a condensed milk f actory at Montpelier, for example, would add another string to the low of the d -iry interest that centers here, and the capital of the Stato ought to lead in the introduction of this industry into Vermont. Au old, well-established and profitable industry else where, it is new to the soil that should have been tho flrst to nourish it. The artiole made here would carry in its name a voucber that it is the unadulterated pruduct of the best dairies in the -country, not a vilo imitation, componnded of cotton-seed oil, swill milk.and sugar. There are. only six condensed milk factories in this country, and none of them is in New England. They aro situated near large business cent...

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. — 20 August 1891

At the same session of the Legislature, the Vermont Fish and Game League was incorporatcd. Starting off with one hundred and twelve charter raemberB, its num bers bave steadily increased. It is a Stato institution, working for the benefit of all its inhabitauts. Its mem bership roll is open to all citizcns intorested in the wel fare of Vermont. We havo fisb and game laws, too many of them, but they oxist in many sections only to bo disregarded. As in other States, the greatest difflcnlties in the way of suc ccssful protection of fisb nnd game aro conflicting and mislending laws and ignorance of them. Experience in other States goes to show that a more proper observance of the laws follows the erection of a hatcbery. Appar ently influenced by the work of our own Stato in this mattor, Congress made a liberal appropriation with which to purchase a site, and establish a U. S. hatchery within our limits. Tnus with two hatcheries within the State, it only remains to secure proper legislat...

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. — 20 August 1891

DESIRABLE FMS FOR SALE. Addison County. LEICESTER. Farm of 110 acres 32 mowing and tillage, 60 pasture, and 12 woodland. Fenced with cedar rails and stono walbi. No bouse. Shops20x36 4 rooms. Barns 20iCG, 30x40, with lean to 15x40 ; also slieds 22x45, and 10x20. Forty fruit trces. About 1,000 trees in sugar orchard. Water from well in yard. Rail road station, 3 miles ; post-office, J mile ; scbool, mile. Price 83,000. Terms Cash. Address WALTER J. THOMAS, Salisbury, Vt. LANE MANUFACTURING C0. SkETCII OF MOKTrELIER's PniNCIPAL MANuTACTCMNa Es- tablishment additioks and impitovements of tiie Past Two Yeaks. THERE is not in all New England a concern that ap proacb.es, in magnitude, the Lane Manufacturing Company, of Montpelier, in the production of saw-mill machinery, and no sliops in tbe world arebetter equipped for tbe manufacture of that macbinery. Starting, as nearly all great acbievements bave, from a humblc be ginning, tbe offspring of tbe inventive brain of Dennis Lane, the Lane...

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. — 20 August 1891

PEACHAM. Farm of 130 acres, very productive land. Grows all cropsin abundance. Two-story house with L. Two good barns with cellars and sheds ; also a silo. Water at house and barn. Fino orchard of graf ted frait trees. Wcll fenced. Ono mile from P. 0. ; School, one mile. Price 3,500. Cash at sale $1,750. Address, V. D. MOULTON, Peacham, Vt PEACHAM. Farm o 68 acres 18 mowing and tillage, 40 pastnre, 4 wood land. Fenced mostly with stone wall. Houso 23x30, 8 rooms. Shed 40 f eet long. Barns, 30x40 and 10x20 j shed 12x23. Good fruit trees. Two hundred trees in sugar orchard. Running water. R. R. Station, 8 miles ; P. O., 2 miles ; School, one-half mile. Price $700. Cash at sale, 400. Interest on balance 5 per cent. Address, F. P. AINSWORTH, South Peacham, Vt. RYEGATE. Farm of 137 acres 10 mowiug and tillage, 67pasture, 30 woodland. Fences good. House of 11 rooms. Two barns 40 feet long. Thirty fruit trees. Water from spring. R. R. sta tion, 5 miles ; P. 0., 3 miles ; School, three-four...

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 August 1891

mttiitgtat BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1891. NUMBER 31. VOL. LI. Busine00 JDtrcctors. C. H. MASON. ATTOBNEY A.T LAW. Adams' Ulock. Bennlnston, Vt. 81 O. H. DARUNG. ArronNBY AT LAW. Offlc over FlrU Ntlonl bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDQE. o FFICEAT RESIDENCE, , . 5WJ No. 442 Main Bt.. Bennington, v t. COAL t COALt COALt T IME AND CEMENT I 1 AT WIIOLESALE AND BETAIL. Depot it, J. U.LOIUNG CO., BennUgton. O. A. PIBRCE, B OOKSELLEIt, PIUNTEE, 8TATI0NXE Buuer Dnlldlnr.) North Bt., Jjenninjrton. JAMES B. MEACHAM. TTOBNEY AND COUNSEL0H AT LAW. 16 SHELDON & CUSHMAN. Attorneys nnd Counaellonat Law, andSollcI tots ln Chancery. No. 307 Mla Street, Bennington. Vt, 19tf-8J W. B. Sheldon, II. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. ATTOUNEYB AND C0UNSELL0B3 AT LAW , and Sollcitorsin Chancery. Ofllce orer Flrst National Bank.Binnlngtpn. SStt J . K. BATCHELDEP., E. L. BATES. H. O. DAY, M. D. AFTIUE AT DIUJO 8TOKE, J No. 17, Mln Street, Bennington, Vt. SpecUlaltent!ongiTentodlse...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

iii TIIK CES1EXMAL COMMISSIOJf. Oniclal Stute Commltteo nml CouiinltteB ofFlfty. Auxllinry This body of represontativo mcn of Vermont, of whom we illustrate several, will go down in history as having most successtuny managea ono oi uio jarjjesi, if not tho very largest, colcbrations in tho history of tho istate. TueStatocom mitteo were annointeel by an act of tho Legislature, approved Nov. 25, 1800, "to invite in tlie namo ortno state ot ver mont, tho Nationa'l Grovcrnment ancl the Statesol .sow iiampsinro anti jiassa- chusotts. to unito with tho Stato.of Ycr mout' in tho dedication of the Benning ton JBattle Jlonumcnt, and celebration of tho one hundredth anniversary of tho admissiou of Vvmont as a Btate at Ben nington." It was alsoprovided that tho Vermont militia should encamp for tho week hore. Tho Legislaturo namcd tho followinsr committee: His cxcellcncy Carroll S. Tape, Gover- nor of Vcrmnnt: His lionor uenry A, Fletcher. Licutenant-Governor; Ilon IIos.ca Jlann, Jr., speakcr ...

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. — 21 August 1891

) . .THE BEimNGTON" ! BANKER,' FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. A COMMEMOnATION HYSfN. Mr. UtUtor: B. ir. Itnll, Esq.. of Troy.authorof tho History of Easteru Vermont, and whose grandfather was in carly tlmes a judge ofthe supremo court of Vermont, liaving rccoivcd an invitatlon by tho Governor to attend thoCentennial.notperceiving upon the programme tUat any Uymn wrltten for the occaslou was to lo sung, kindly sent mo tho following; whicb, without his knowledge, take the llb erty to ask you to publlsh If yoa havo tbe space. G. W. HAKMAJJ. ITuueOlil Hundred God o tbe uallons! to tby pralso. In grand accord our Ilyum wo raise: All worship centersatTliy tbrone, Thou.ruler of thoWorld, alone. Our fatbers bravo ln days of yoro Trials of toil and sulf ering bore, That thoy. f rom earthiy kiugs set free, Mlght flnd tlielr pnly King in Theo. Here, pouring froin tbo unfrlendly north In stern array, to battle fortb Swept on, In vrath. a hostlle band To subjugate this noblo land. But Tliou did'et stay ...

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. — 21 August 1891

) THE BENMNGTON BAJSTKER, FKIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. , BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1801. Many peoplo estimato the attondanco in town as f ully 50,000. It required 2000 yards of bunting to tlecorato tho monument. r TnE Vermont departmont of tho G. A. R. was represontcd in tho parado by 300 men. Misses Ella and Minnio Collins of Williamstown aro gnests of Mrs. Eli Tiffany for a few days. ,Ouit band mado an appoaranco during the parado which nobotly need bo ashamed of. In both music and appear anco thoy were not far bohind the bcst of them. Squire & Rawson report that thoy hare sold about S0 dozen of tho Monu ment Souvenir Spoons, amonnting to nearly a tliousand dollars in value. This shows that tho "souvenir" was fully ap preciated. Tiie Rov. E. G. Rced of Somcrville, New Jersoy, formerly pastor of the Sec ond Congregational Church of this place, will preaoh in his old pulpit next Sunday morning. Tho Rev. Mr. Seymour will speak in tho evening. We givo an excellon...

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. — 21 August 1891

. . '51 THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FBIDAY, AUG.'i 21, 1891. munications from you on the subjectSf our appointment with. Sentiments of Esteem we are .your Obedient & very humblo Servanta - Isaao Tichenor Stephen R. Bradley Nathl Chipinan Elijah Paine Stophon Jacob The Hon. The Comniissioners of tho State of New York GENERAL DAYLEY TO GEN. LINCOLN Tulls Mills Octobr 7th, 1777. Dear General. I this moMient arrivedhero from Paulet by tho Way of White Creek f or to tako Post hero agreablo to Your order I brought With mo from paulett about 380 Troops from tho Cohass Country about 200 whom aro gone With Capt. Whitcomb upon an escort & Tho remainder to Tifts mills Number more aro hourly expected from The Same parts I have ordered Those That shall come by The Way of pawlett to Sd. Tifts mills by this way of White and Those That shall arrive at man chester for This place I understarid There is but few Troops here but more hourly expected a part of tho Troops here ar uneassy Want to go hom...

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. — 21 August 1891

1 r r i i THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. Governor Russel, ' Tho MnssiichusetJS Uuloiitlon. Following is tho roster of the Massa chusetta delegation to the Ceiiteniiial: His Excellency "VVilliani E. Ruasoll, Governor of'the Oommouwealtli. Statl: Major-General Samuel Dalton, Adju tant Gener.al; Brigadier General Thomas Kittredge, Surgeon General; Brigadier General John V. Corcorau, Judge Ad vocate General; Col, II. B. Verry, Assis tant Quartermaster General; Col. Wal terCutting, Col. Francis Peabody, Jr., Col. Spencer Borden, Aids-de-Camp; Col. George A. Keoler, Assistant In spector General; Col. ilenry D. An drews, Assistant Inspector General; Col. Henry E. Russell, Assistant Adjutant General; (Honorary Stuil Brig. Gen. Benjarain F. Peach, Jr., commanding Second Brlgade, M. V. M. ; Brig. Gen. Benjauiin F. Bridges, commandiug First Brigade, M. V. II.; Col. William M. Strachan, commandiug Nintli Infantry, M. V. M.; Col. Walter A. Bancrott, commanding Fifth Infantry, M. V...

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. — 21 August 1891

THE BEjStNIIStGTOSt BAISWR, FEIDAY, ATJG. 21, J891. " - -r?. i imi ii n n iiiiii iii x ii.' r i.i .; s General John C. Underwood. Lieut -Gcn. Ur.den ood is a nativc of KcPHicVy ii-d i x-cvirnor of Jl.nt stat . For a niiinbcr of ycars lio was propriotor of ono of tho luiuliiiK nexvspapers of CovhiRton, Ky.. mnl is imw lieut.-tiuncial an l oomniaiidcr-in-chicf of tho Patnarclis Mili tnnt tho iii ifovnied hrnnchof Odd Fell.Vwbliiy, mi'lur tlio jurisdioti.m of tho ordgn Grand Lodgo; lio in also Psut Grand Sire Uc e ral Ui.denvood is n man of flpo ihcmuco and yosscsses tl.o pcculiar forco ancl n.aRnctisni of tl.o feoutliern orator. I110:. V'.y i i. i loo-. ii. e' TT.,.i..i.,v.i oi..,.r..,l fli., (iist f.iitiMinnt-coiioral of tlio Patnarclis Militant, The adop t o of this Vcirrco iillcd at once a'void in tliu wan: of tlio ordcr; and this wis fully attcsted by its rapid and unex- uSs iiKolTort. Tlio display niado by tlio Pntrtarelw MiliUnt in Hoston, Mass., in 1SS0, as well. as tlmt of thi...

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. — 21 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. BENNINGTON. Bennington fills tho nation's eye to day. It recalls tho revolution, the birth throes of the republic, tho creation of a state and a magniflcent march of pro gress upon the Boil of freedom, sanctified by the, b,lood of freemen. Tensof thou sands of patriotic and liberty-loving Americans aro assembled at Bennington' to dedicate a monument deatined to com memorate for ages to come an important battle, fought in the Empire state but won by the loyal and hardy sons of Ver mont, in whoso honor let every paean of praise be sung. .Indeed, it was in the suburban region to the north of us that our revolutionpry forofathers fought the good fight of independence, and saved this fair land from monarchial domina tion and oppression, Bennington.Bemis Heighte andSaratoga I On these hiatoric fields a young,nation was born and bnp tized in blopd,,andthe grnndest evolu tionary epocli in the annals of time brought into being. Iu thi3 great work...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

.,.!8I DOTJBLE NUMBER.O BENMNGTON, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1891. 1PAGES 9 TO 16. iltitftltttriYit THE (rREAT DAY ! lagnificen! Mll- MANY UNIFORMED OR- GAHIZATTONSIN L1NE And Thousands of Peo "?alon the Eonte. AN OVATIOM TO PRESIDENT HARRISON ! Emphaiic Gfeetings for Other D!s linpistie'd Guests, Special Decorations en route Meni- orablo Exorcises at tho Mouu ment. 3500 Poople ban quetwith tLe President. Tho ccrcmony of dedicating tho monu ment crccted to coinmcmorate tho Battlo ot liuiininpton erowded this compara tivoly little town to overllow tho ll)th. Tho prescnco of tho Frusidcnt of tho United States and mcmhers of his Cab inct as well as tho Govemors of thrco of tho statcs gavo tho ovcnt a moro than local intorcst. It biought pcoplo from all parts of tho United States but partic ulnvly from tho New England statcs to witncss and tako part in tho ccrcmony. Probably in tho wholo history of Ben nington no such distinguish'cd gathoring will bo hcld horo again. At tho ciicampinent g...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

t.)) f!,iv Hml. H t, t ' i ! x iUii'ri FKIDAY iVUGUST 21, t Entered at the Bennington P.O.as second-class oatier-by.aA.PIERCE.JlublUherJ. , 1111111 nEx-Govetnor Hiland HallVPescription. Tiie Most Acourate Aconunt, of, tlie Battle Extant, ''s-Gov. Ilall wroto in 1S7T, for tlio Bakxek, anaccountof thollattlo 6f Bcn nington. It is by all odds tho mpst com probcnsivo skotck of tbat evont in oxistenco, and bas boen tho foundation of all tho articlcs writton this yenr ou this subject. "N'o mako no(apology in giving it again to ouv rcadcrs, iiot tbat the monuraont crcctod to commcmorato the valorof tho patriots on tho fiold of Bennington, is to bo unveiled tho lftth of this niontfi, as follows: THE BATILB OT BENNINGTOK 'At'OUBT 10, 177". 1IT II1UAND IUII.. In tho following account of the Battlo of Uen nington, only tbe leading facts are attempted to bo glven, numerous interesting and excitlng in- "i"" r : . ' ,7 ri.ii. . ... . t in oraeronftTeajusiappreciauon oi iub bji w tle and it conseq...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

J THE BENNINGTON BANNE, FBIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. i Tho troublcsomo "Labor Questiou" will bo-ntrlastmmicably settled -Intam- poranco and all its concomitant induU. gcnccs, tho plaguo of tho nation3 to:day, will yofcbo subducd and brought under tho control of wholcsomo and rightcous law. The grcat forca that will. do tbis lics in Cliristianity. '" , , It is tho Christ powcr in tho world that has wrought all thp great, rcf.ornis that aro of roal valupi.to mcu. , Jt was lovo and, his compassion that first taught mcn to build hospitals .and inaugurat,o charitics for tho roliof pf tho i5U,ffonng poor. Thp, redqenpng virturcs pf .tho world aro. in tho..cluiruh of .Jcsns. Qhns to-day. It-wasTishtcousness ,a.loiiq .that could Iiavosavcd Sodoni. It inghtcpus-, noss now that will savo our nation. :'fho, wisdoniithat was movq than A juntch for Rabinical. iiiig"0 ?ud cunning; tho wisdom that coiild.disontauglo tho.lcnot-' ty questions pf Hcbrow and Roman. laV,( distinguiKhing tnith frpm prror; tho...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. THE GREAT MY CONTINUED. to-day it stands bofore us comploto from baso to cap-stouo, a work of architect ural boauty. Well dono, good and faithful sorvants. Vermont acccpts tho titlo to your co'mplotod work but vrill claim only; a jolnt owncrship with Now Ilampsliiro and Massachussetts in all that it is, and all that it commemoratcs; and raay this property which wo hcro hold incommonl and our comraon intorcstin that liistorio past, ever tend to perpotuato tbo friond ly and fratcrnal rolations which liavo a ways oxistod botwcen us. Following this a ohorus of malo voiccs sang a dcdication odo composcd for tbo occasion. Tho president of tbo day thon introduccd Ilon. Edward J. Phelps of Burlington, tho orator of tho day. llo reccivod an enthusiastio greoting. EX-MINISTKlt PIIEI-1'S' OKATION. A Slaaterly l'regentatlon of tho Lcssous 1'itught by Uontilugton'a Itattlo. Vermont consecratcs to-day lier first historic monument. But not licrs alono....

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