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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

7 the food ne BtH after al THB BEKNTNGTON BaNNER, :?IUPAY, ATJG. 21, 1891. t ' food needod to sustain their people. . after all lt is not tho census tablcs of production or of wealth that tell the story of the greatness of this country. "Vermont has not been ono of the rich States of tho Union in gold and silver and its land has not given tho returns that some of the f ertile riversides of the "West yield. "Thero has been here constant effort and honest toil; but out of all this there has been brought a sturdy manhood, which is better than riches,and on which rather than on the wealth the security of our country rests. (Cheers.) "I beg you toacceptmysincerethanks again for the evidence of your friendli nes3 and my apology that the conditions aro not such as to enablo mo to speak as I could wish." (Cheers.) Tho oration was iutcrruptcd by f re- 3uent applauso from tho attontivo au icnco. At tho conclusion President Har rjson was introduced. IIo mado a bricf iosteniporo spcech aftor wh...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

BENNINGTON BANNER. . .' BENNINGTON:' FRIDAY; AUGUST21, 1891 TIIE GJiEAT CELE1UIAT10N. AVhfn tlin Wislaturo last fall nasscd an actproviding for jtlio cprcmoni'es, at-J lonuailb upon ,iuu npuitanuu ui,iiiu jium- nington Pattlp Monuracnt and thc Cen tonuial.cejebratibn pf, tho admis.siop.tq tho Union,of tho. iitato bf Ycrmont, thoy probably Tcalizcd ju but; pmall nieasuro tho great propprtious wJiich.tho cclebra-. tion woulu pssumc, nnil wliicji wifl racot thoir coniplcto , fulnluiqnt t.o-mqrrow around thp,nias8ivp,structpro whiqh,',is. to bo dedicatcd... Aniong.tUc.prpmiuanfciierspnages con neotctl with, .tho Bennington Battlo Monument AsspciatipUj. by vhoso, offorts this.prpsent cclobration lias bcen Gov. Rico of Massachus,ptts, , Ilon. E. J, I'holps, orator; Gcn. .k G. McCullough, tho lato exrGov. Hilapd Ilall, .Prof. ,A. L. Pcrry, tho building committcc, Major A. B. Valontino, Ilon. II. G, Root, M. C. Iluling and many othors. Tho arcbitcct of tho monumcnt, is J. PJiilHp Rinn of Bo...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

liOYql8H060e Ou Bennington Battle Moau.menr, 301 feet liigli. Celobration in 1778 BENNINGTON VICTORY OF 1777. INTROIWCTOKY NOTE. Tlio battlo o .Bennington was fought August 16th, 1777ijnb,d Jbi niiiyoriiuiw lmve ever since been observed as holf days lu tlmt and'tli& ril'ighb'oriiig tovnaV uuu uuu ucuii uvicujulcmi wiuuiu -iuu , lenionstrati(li9ortwjoLuiigrtlia?hr"iiia-; ual througn the country ou "independ- ence Day;" sucli as tlie (IisclfargC"Of-tTOi"htion:' uon, Uie display-pf .banners,, .iiuhfary parade', proCeajipjisjV'U muajjvjyatifliiy aud public dinners. The'iirst anniversary celebratiou at Bennington took place" -thb ,10(11, -.of August; 1778; one year aCertliuictory oU'Wiiicn occasion -u siieeuir , u .uc- if..L iY'jm.Vi. o,,,;fl,'. Aro.-rj Jl,r;lin. poetlcal essay, ly Stcphcn Jacob, A. B." They were two young .jui'n WJ'O bad just graduated at Yale'Cbllegei'and had;- come to the new country and State of Vermont to remain.and. "seek their for tunes," with tho like purposo...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 21 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, AUG. 21, 1891. THE GREAT MY. CONCLUDED. their mutations, sepnrate us from theso sconcs. Luudy's Lano and Jackson at !Nrew Orleans, Buona Vista and Cha pultipcc, Vicksburff and Appomattox, and innumerablo tliings, having oxer cisod tho intercst, wonder and admira tion of intervcning genorations, now be loug to the historic past. But tho in fluonco of Bennington is still potcnt as tho vast concourse hcro assomblcd at tests. Undor tho titlo, "Bennington Troops, 1777," in Vol. 2 o "Rovolution Koll" of Now Hampshire, edited from original roils with greal caro, by tho ofllcial stato historian, aro rccorded tho names, rank, tcrms of scrvico, (general averago hohiff about two montlis), with othor details, of moro thau 1300 Now Hamnshiro men. Col. Georgo C. Gilmoro, who has becn a special eommissioner to investigato such niattcrs for tho Stato, has publishcd a volumo ontitled, "New Hampshiro Sol diers at Bennington," in which ho ro cords tho name, rcsiilenco, r...

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. — 28 August 1891

1 VOL. U. BENNESTGTOIir, YT., EBXDAY,? AUGUST 28, 1891. NUMBER, 32. : " u Jtasimss SJircctotu. i jC. H. MASON. ATTOnNEY.AT LA.W.. . AdamB' Block. tfennlniton.'Vt. 32 C. H. DARLING. A frORNEYATLAVV. XX uraca ovcr First'National bank, 44tf Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PXRTKIDQE. WlfTF. T nEStT)'P.Nf!H 31tf 1 No.HZ Maln st.. uenninfnon, v i. COAL! COALI COAL! LIUE AND CEMENT A.T WTIOLESALE AND HETAIL. Depot st, J. n.LOIUNO & CO., Bennington.- 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER, PIUNTER, STATIOOTIt AND BLANK BOOK MAKER, Banner Buildinr,) North at., Benninjrton. JAMES B. MEACHAM. ATTOBNEY AND . OOIJNSELOR AT LAW. 16 SHELDON & CUSHMAN. Attoraejs and Counaellorg at Law, and tfollcl tors in Chancery. Ko. 307 Ualn Street, Bennington, vt. 19tf-82 W. B. Sheldon. II. T, Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. A ITORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW and Hollcltors ln unancery. Ofllce over First Natlonal Bank,B)nnlngton. S6tf J . K. BATCIIELDEK, E. L. BATES. H. 0. DAY, M. D. fmca AT DRUG STORE, J No. 17, Mln Street...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, ATJGr. 28, 1891. GOOD WOUDS AND WISnKS. With the issuo of July 31st, 1891, as is -well known to our readers, the form of tho Banner was oliangod from a folio to an oigbt pago papor. This incident has "been widely remarked by our brothron o f tho editorlal guild, and with tho ex pression that we aro gratoful for their good wi8bcs we givo their scntimonts as follows: Tho Bennington Bannkr has taken upon itsclf the eight pago form and goes to subscribers cut and ready for uso. It is a good timo to spoafcwell of the paper the judgment of any one who should do otherwiso would hardly bo com mended. When Honry Wilson wont dawn to Boston from New flampshiro tho firBt timo as a green country lad ho hadhis mind fixed upon throo things that lo was determined to see Fanouil Hall, Bunkcr Hill Monument and tho offlco of the North American Reviow. Hereaf tor, wo apprehend that tho country lads from tho homes that tho Banner reaches will find tho Bennington Battle Mon...

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. — 28 August 1891

I THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, AUG. 28, 1891. I WniCH IS TIIE GRBATEST? "Mother," cried a brightJactivo-look-ing boy as lio rushed into tlio room whero his mother was sitting, "wo havo been nrguincr, and, as wo cannot como to an agrccment, wo have, as usual, dc cided that you should sottlo tho mattor." "And who aro 'we,' ray son ?" "James and Arthur, of courso." At this raoment tho boys to whom tho abovo names belonged also came into tho room. Tho room in which thoy wero assem bled had few of tho comforts of a room ofourday,for our story is of tho old Puritan timcs, not tho first, hard days, but yet bcforo tho timo whon homes wero luxuriously furnished. A low, square room, with tho bcams ovcrhead colorcd to a riolt, dark brown by tho smoko which tho poorly construoted chimnoy permitted often to escapo into tho room; two small windows; neccs sarv articles of furnituro, plain, but not as stiflly sot as ono could seo in many houscs. Guns, with doors' antlers, or namcntcd tho wall, an...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANOTIR, FRIDAY, AUG. 28, 1891. BEMNSTON.gMNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, AUQUST 28, 1S01. . Tiie Misses Lconard of Fairhaveu, nre visiting Miss Minnio mackraer. Wm. Moore has been grantcd a pen- sion of $12 pcr month to dato from Octo- lCi, 1890. Mks. Fiiank B. Wiixox of .Hoosick Falls-, X. Y., visited with Mrs. O. Slack last weok. , Mks. WVLTER L. Meacu who has bcen visiting nbr fiister, Mrs. D. "W. Hall, has returnott:nomo. 0. K. Bennett of New York, attended tho celcbration, and lookcd in upon .his former companions of tho Banner printers. Mi:. and Mks. Geo. B. Sears returned homo to New York on Monday. Mr. Scars camo up for tho wcck of tfie celc bration. The wedding drcss of "Molly Stark" in tho' sk'ow window of Squiro & Rawson during tho week, has attracted a good deal Of attcntiou. 'Mnsi. Jlla VanDenburoh aml sister Mrs. Mepsick, of Albany, N. Y., woro visiting with' fricnds hcro and at North Bennington, last wcck. As announced, tho Rov. E. G. Road, prcached last...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE BENKDSTGTON BAOTER, FRIDAY, ATJG. 28, 1S91. i U Kiddor, Brattleboro; Mrs. ,Tames II. Levorich, Guatamala, C. A. ; Mr. and Mrs. AVm. L. Ilnll, Troy, N. Y.; Capt. and Mrs. E. S. Shurtleff, NeW'Ybrk City; Miss Mamio Shurtleff, Albany,-ft. Y.; Miss Catherino Drysdalo, Peace Dale, B. I.; Dr. Ilenry A. Baker,Boston; Mrs. Dr. II. A. Bakcr, Calcutta, Ilindo stan; Xavina V. Baker, AVest Roxbury, Mass.; V4 M. llall, Boaton, Ma'ss.; Jas porHall, Westmo'ruland, N. H.; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Taintornnd Park M. Taintor, Jacksonville; Mrs. I. J. Wallaco, Miss Wallacoand coachman, Hoosick Falls; Ed. II. Marvins and Dr. Chas. Carry, Buffalo, N. Y.; J. D. Hildreth, Whito Plains, N. Y. South Shaftsbury. Mrs. Trueman Eddy is 011 tho sick 11st. Miss Jcsso Martin is homo from her tcachiug. . Frank Lovejoy of AYostbn, was in town last week. A fow now books wiil soon bo rcceivcd at tho library. Miss Lillio Hawkius is visiting fricnds in Troy, N.-Y. Wm. Piorco is visiting h'is brothers and sistcrs in town. ...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAJSNER, FKIDAY, AUG. 28, 1891. A l'OOR KE&ATIOM. "Tlioro's Aunt Eunico comin', mother, On lier way liomo from tho funoral, I guess." Mrs. Fond was frying doughnuts at tho kitchen stovo, hor dross turncd up in f ront, nnd a big bluo gingham apron cov ering it. Sho turned around whon Em- melino spoko, and went to tlio window, tho long-handlcd irou fork slio had bccn using still in hcr liand. Emmclino was hem-stitohing a bureau scarf, but sho laid it down to look out. A little old woman in a black calico drcss, a rusty black shawl and an old straw bonnot, was coming down tho coiuitry road. lier scanty skirts flappod in tho wind,and hor faco was purplo with cold. Tho baro hands holding tho shawl togctlior wcro purplo. too. Sho noddod to Emmclino whon sho roachcd tho gato, but did not smilo. Her stiff flngors f umblcd with tho latch of tho gato somo timo boforo sho could got it opcn, and tho old shawl blow away from hcr bont shouldors; but sho did not look at Em mclin...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, AUG. 28, 189i. TVISK AND OTnEBWISK. IIo was a sucessful iarmer not only bccauso lio was industrious, but because ho was a student. Ho was not a mlsflt. The majority of farmers will find surer gain in growing draf t horses, as this requircs lcss special knowledgo and fitucss for the work. A raiso of ono mill ln tax may save tho waste of two mills lost in tho improp cr maintenanco of roads through an in adequato tax. As a general rulo the mattcd row sys tem of raising strawuerries is to bo pro f erred. Tho hill system has Bome advan tages, especially for sorao varioties and whero labor is plcnty. Muclt of tho wasto of stablo mauiiro is duo to tlio f act that it is hard to ahan don methods practiced from time im mcmorial, but tho young farmors should lcarn a bottcr way. Tlio fcnces around horso pasturcs should bo of tho best kinds. Poor fonccs mako breechy horses. Idlo horses find all tho weak points. A day's work may provont troublo iu the future. The gr...

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. — 28 August 1891

. THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, AUGk .28, 1891. ? TUE BATTIE OF BENNINGTON. BT ALIRKD B. STREET. Famous the deeds byour fathers done : Llst to the Battle of Bennington 1 Stalwatt ln body and llon in heart- The heroes that bore ln tht.batt!o.thelrjiart. Offc dhLm vfrranrfl!ra tell thn HtHfe. TilLlhe winter storm with thesouoda' grew rlfe; The winds shrieked wlld wlth the tones of fear; lne hau m: tne musicetry emmng 1117 ear. The nistv old kliuf'a-arm aeemed to calll From the broad moose autlera aKainst the irall; Ard the htltof -the battered old swtfrd-to perk, As lf wiahing the blade 10 be sharp at wort t 'Twas at the close bfa mmmer'i day; -(One Bnowy nljtht I thus heard hlm sayj) All tarough thehours froin early mora Had L been. worklng among the corn ; ' And now I W'aSchcd ln the sunset glow The shadows longer and strongergrow. Leagnes of fbr'est that fatdtha day 1 ' Swept from my cabln of lojjs away i And naught of tldinga e'er touched my ear From the wor(d lylng dlmly, a dlst...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER. SUPPIiElEElPffT CITY 0H0ST0I The Population of the City Increasing. Nearly 60,000 Added to the List Sinoe 1885. Diffioultiea Experienced in the Pinanoial World. The Banks and Banking Interests of Boston, The Publio Library Mannfao' turing Industries. A little over 280 years ago what Is now the great clty of Bostonwasnothlngloss than a barren nleoe ol lahd. It was ln'1630 that Governor John Win throo plcked out the slte for a capltal, sorao three mllos westof Charlestown On Deo. 39 a goodly number of pcrsons bound themtelTes together and named the new village Newtown. In the fall of 1631 Governor Wlnthrop took dowu the frame of hls unflnlshed dwolllng In Newtown, now known as Cambridge, and orected it m .boston, near Beacon HI1L Of the now state no one could become a oitlzen unless he was a member of the Farltan ohuroh. In oonsequenoe the pODUlatlon of Boston grew olowly for a number of year. Howwell Boston has lncreased is fully lllustrated by the mag- nlflcon...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 28 August 1891

ATHLETIC OOODS. Thls ls a branoh of trada that has ex- periencod -wonderful extenslon iu tho past fer ycars, antl tho popularlty of outiloor sports and nthlotlo exercise ls steadlly Increaslng. The followlng firrn is one of the best known houses ln thls Hne In tho oountry, and the stocks kept aro oompleto ln every partlcular. Be- sides the lmmense looal busmess done, thero is a largo trade all over New Eng land and In other parts of tha country: ATHLETIC OOODS. OEO. WRIQIIT. II. A. DITSOX. WRIGHT & DITSON, Fine Athletic Goods, ' UWN TENNIS, BASE DALL, GRICKET, CROQUET, LAGRQSSE, GAMPINQ OUTFITS, GYMNASIUM GOODS, ETO. rtJNIFOIlMS A SPEOIALTY. 580 Washington Street, Corner llayward riace, BOSTON, MASS. i ANILINE DYES. Thero Is a large consumptlon in New England of theso gDods, nhd in thls branch of its buslness lnterosts Bostoa takes a strong posltion, and tho repu tatlon of her representatlves is a subjoot of crodlt. Stocks' in thls line nro eom plete and faollities abnndant for ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 28 August 1891

ENGRAVING. In a city where tho finest books and other publlcatlons aro bronght out, tho nrt of encravlng must necessarlly havo toached a high state ol perfectlon. The vorkdonoby the Boston engrnvers is equal, and In mnny casos far superlor to that produced in any olty ol tho land, Thelr work Is to bo found In tho finest books and publlcatlons, and is oftec In domond for magazlnes published else fchere. Tho bngrnving ol trado marks, alll heads, machinery and other requlre ments of a comuiorclal nature, Is dono to perfectlon. 'Work ot thls charactcr is eent to all parta of the country. Tho followine aro among the most emlnont nrms in tnts nno: ENCRAVERS. BOSTON ENGRAVING GO, 227 Tremont St.,. HALF-TONE AND RELIEF PLATi ENGRAVING, JOHN ANDREW & SON GO., DESlhNING, WOOD ENGRAVING PHOTO-ENGEAVING AND- HALF-TONE, 196 Summer Street, Init ot Atlanllc Atc BOSTON. J. 11. JULLET, 1'BESIDINT, BOSTON PHOTOGRAVURE GO MEZZOTYPES, PHOTOCRAVURES, FRENCH COLOR PROCESS, HALF-TONE ENCKAVINC, DESICN...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 28 August 1891

OILS. Thts ls ono ot Boston's Important llnes o buslness, and engages a large amount o capltal. It3 representatlvos rank wlth the well-known buslness men of Boston, and thoy havo earnod for tholr trado a dlstlpctlon acknowlcdged throughout all the trlbutary territory, and evldenced by abandant patroriage. OILS. CU AS. M. C AR TER, Tret. D. P. CORET, Trea. MAVERICK OIL CO., Hettnera and SMppen of PETROLEUM, And Dfnlers la Crnde, Gas and R8fined Oils, Pure Naphthas and Q'asolene. Sl'EUIAL BRAHD8: MAVERICK STANQARD AND GENTENNIAL HIGH TEST SAFETY BURNING Olf. NO. 01 HIIOAD l-TItEET, BOSTOX. Boston and Vlclnlty SuppUed bj Tanlt Wagona. REFINERY. CHELSEA 8T.. EAST BOSTON. Fnrnfnne OIL, XVax nnd Cnndlea, JLubrl cnllns, Xeutrul, Wool, Nplndle, I.nrd, Nueriu, tVlmle, Ollv. Ootton-Seed, und iit Oll.t Oyllllder OIU nnd ttool Ntock., MuclilnB and Axla BreoiM, JVnphthfk nnd Guiolni9 1 Jteflneri Oil llritmltii "Htmlent," "JEalll.toii," "Bew Ilron," "Dlamond," nnd "1IOO.'' Matu Offloe: NEW YORK. ...

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. — 4 September 1891

t 1 J 1 i VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY,, SBPTEMBER 4, 1891. NUMBERJ-33. Busincss IDtatori). C. H. MASON. Attorneyatxawj oa Adams' Block. Bennlncton, Vt. SJ C. H. DARLING. AXTORNEY ATLAW. m Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PABTRIDGE. o FFICEAT KESIDENCE, COAL! COAL! COAL! LIME AKD CEMENT AT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL. Depotst., J. H.LOKINU & CO., Bennington. O. A. PIEROE, r BOOESELLER, PIUNTEE, STATIONEU AND BLANK B00KMAKER, Banner Jiulldine,) North st., Bennington. JAMKS B. MEACHAM. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. 14 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. Attorneya and Counsellorgat Law, aniiHolIcl tors in Chf.ncery. No. 307 Maln Street, Bennington. Vt. 19tr-82 W. B. Sheldon. U. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. A1TORNKYS AND C0UNSELL0RS ATLAW and Sollcltars in Chancery. OffiCB over Flrst Nntlonal Bank, Bennington. 86tt J . K. BATCHKLDlil'., E. L. BATES. II. U. DAY, M. D. "VEFICE AT DRUG STORE, 1 No. 17, MalnStreet, Bennington, Vt. Speclal atteutlon glven to dlseascs of the heart nd lungs. ES. GOKAY, ...

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. — 4 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBEE 4, 1891. A TR1BDTB TO VERMONT. Bov. A. J. Hoiicli's Poemnt tlio ITIcct luc ortlio Odd l'ellows, Aus;. 10. THE PREBENT'S BOSUOB TO THE VAST. Rev. Alfred G. Houeh, Montpelier, Vt. Where Stark once answered' Freedora's bujle blast, Strlking the Brltish columns fror.l and roar, A grateful Present to a gloriousTaBt, Lifts high lta monumtntal shaft in alr. Threo hundred feet the dolo mlte aeccnds, Yet. but one-thirdof this Vermont will clatm; New Ilampshlro, Masachujett8,her true frlends, Unlted witb her sbare ber wealth'ot famo. Thc blood of ttaree States mingled on the day, Stark atruck the blow whose ecboea Unger etill, And blendlng ln tho shaft of blue and grey Iumortaiized they stand on State Arms hlll. Bnrgoyne had sent hla troopi, so history runB, A powder magaaine to flre or selze, They fonnd It bursting f rom a thousand guna Tbat shook tha throne of England over seas. Though elow the present seems to pay the meed Of grateful homage to 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. — 4 September 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BAJSTNER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. OBT OP A PIONEEK'S TRDNK. It was a sliglitly cynical, but fairly Rood-humorod, crowd that had gatliorcd beforo a vrarehonse on Long Wharf in San Francisco one aftornoon in tbo sum mor of '51. Although tho occassion was an auction, the biddere' chanccs moro than usually hazardous, and tho season and locality famous for rcckloss Bpecula tion, tboro was scarcely any excitomont among tho by-standers, aud a lazy, balf humorouscuriosity soemed tohavo takcn the placo of anv zeal for gain. It was au auction of unclaimed trunks and boxes tliepersonalhiggago of carly omigrants which had beon loft on storage in hulk or warehouse at San Francisco whlle tho owner was seeking Iub fortuno in tho gold mines. Tho difflculty aud oxponso of transpoit, often obliging tho gold sookor to mako p.rt of his journoy on foot, restrictcd hira to tho smallest impedimenta, and that of a kind not often found in the luggago of ordinary civilization. As a conseque...

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. — 4 September 1891

. JHE EimiWTON BANM1R,. FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. '. BENNINGTQN: 't- ", FRIDYSEPTEMBER 4, 1S0U Miss Nem.ie Godfkey 5s visiting friends in th6 North Woods. Quite a number of our peoplo vislted tho fair in Cambridge this -weok. Mits. A. S. M. CmsnoLM and son havo been in North Adaras, Mass., a fow days. Judge Daislino has beon on tho sick list for a fow days, butis jrourirt Pgain. Mits. James Habbebxby liW'gorio to I)elhir.N.. Y.t to visit for ' a coupio of weeks. Miss Elizabeth AnBorr entqrsSt. Agnes sohool at Albany, N. Y., with the opening ofthe fall term. MissCabkie Oabiiie CAKrEXTER has. gono to Wilbrahairf Academy to entcr at, tho boginning of tho autumn term. MrsIda L. Sxtdeb and Miss Ilarriot E. Rumlell, who havo been visiting Miss LilIio,I,"-.Ford for a timo, liavo rotumed to' their homcs in Troy. .Ti'nS evcning sorvice Sundays in St. Feter's church will bo held at 5 o'clock hercaftbr. DUring tho past two inonths' it bas.bee'n hold at 7:80 p. m. Tiie jQiti...

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