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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, NOYEMBEB, 13, 1891. IN THE LOOAL FIELD. North Bennington. In connoction with tlie Cathollc fair, vrhich bepm tliis eyeninf; and closes Monday, wo publish a list of the articlcs and the namcs of their generous donors as follows: F. B. Jenning, $20; liolp of Fairviow cottage, a costly table; P. JlcCarthy, barrel of flour; J. Ed. Wal bridgo, rockinR-cliair; II. S. WalbridRO, graphoscopo; II. T. Cuslimau, eascl; W. II. White, writlng-desk; B. Morrissy, paintiiiR; Ella Collius, chair; Maggio Griflin, sot of silver spoons; Miss Jlary .1. Harnoy, carpet rug; 1$. G. Surdam, stcreoscope; Jubilee Crucifix with mosaic attaclimcut, donatcd by C. E. l'revost; cord of wood by the committee; Ed. and John Daleya livo pig which will como good forThanksgivlng; tca kettle, Thos. Leonard.and others; a winter suit botwecn the altar boys, W. Jlooney, N. Fisher and G. Stccn. Thero will boJ songs and solos by Mastcr C. Mcally of Burlington with instrumental rausie. Spccial tr...

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. — 13 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FiRIDAY, NOEMBEJR 13, 1891. C1IIXOOK SALMON Flantetl tn tlio Ueutt Wutnn of the Unt tenklll Ihe Plan U to Mock tho Hlld son IMver An Kxperlment That Gtvcs l'romlso of Sucneni. Tho Unitcd States flsh cumrnissioncr planted 3o00 California or Chinook sal mon in tlio licad watcrs of tlio Battenkill Saturday aftornoon. About half tho lot wcro put in Green rivcr. Of tho rost, 'lalf wcro put in Ucncdict brook anl tho othcrs wcro about equally dividcd be twecn Mattcson brouk and Doming brook. Tho flsh put in thcso watcrs aro nino months old and from four to scvcn inchcs Ioiir. Tlio work dotio Saturday is largely ox perinicntal, and its result willbowatchcd with grcat intcrcst by tho flsh coinmis sion. It is tho bcginninK of anothcr at tompt to carry nut a pot projcotof Flsh Comroissioner HacDonahl to stock tho Iludson Itivcr with California salmon. Col. MacUonald lirmly beliovcs that tho sa'imou, which aro such an important articlo of commcrco on tho Pacitye coast, ca...

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. — 13 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNTER, FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1891. DEFJSKKKD COUNTY. ITKSIS. - North Pownal. John II. Whipplo of tliis placo and !Miss Lillio Andcrson of Providcuce, 11. I., wero unitcd iu inarrlago at tho liomo of tho brido on Tliursday last. Tlioy will mako this tlicir placo of rosidcnce. Woodford. Mrs. Will. Knapp is visitiiur at Jlrs. Jas. Illugins's, Iloosick Falls, X. Y. Herman llugbco lias llnlshcd his lumber jobat Xorth Bennington and rcturiied home. ltoboit Korr and William 1'ayno of Tannersville, X. Y., ;tre in town gcttinjj a cav-load of spruco and balsam trees for Christmas. Thcro was a tornsiclioroan pavty at ox-Kopro-sentativo Uriggs's in Searsburgli, last Friday ovuning, and thoso who went from tliis town rcport agood time. Tlio fact is, when Allcn's at home, lio's "tliar!" A sovcn and a-half pound Uhl and a niuo and a-half pound boy causo joy in tho houses of 51 r. and Mrs. John llarbour and Mr. and Jlrs. IJyron Leray, rcspectively. "Unclo" Hi's party at tho Jlt. l'l...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 13 November 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1891 , MKVTB AND NOTES. Ignatius Donnclly of cryptogram farao sucd tlio St raul Pioncer Presa for $100, 000, claiming .1 defamation of character. Tho jury took a haml in the cipher busi ness and knocked off fivo of thom. Tho Richford Journal had two col utnns of editorial iiotcs and wo thought wo had atruck somothing rich, whcn a sccond glanco told s itwasplato mattor. Wo folded tho papor in silenco and wcnt to ovolving. Herald and JVeics. Tho iiiombership of tho Farmers' Al lianco has bccn reducod f rom 140,000 last ycar to 00,000 this. The Pefforlan bubblo hasburst; lmtPeffcr pcrsonally has a soft seat for six ycars. Tlio upheaval last yeav carricd a qucer lot into congress. At the court-martial of tho cadcts at tho naval academy who aro accused of hnzlng, it camo out in tho testimonoy that ono of tho victims had becn com polled to root with his noso a coin from the bottom of a basin of water. It is wonderful how many bright tlioughts st...

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. — 20 November 1891

mningtmt mmtt VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBEB, 20, 1891. NUMBER 44, Busmcas EHrectorin 0. H. MA80N. ATTORNEYAT LAW. Adanis'Block.Bennlneton.Vt. 32 O. H. DARLINQ. ArTORNEYATLAW. Offlc ovcr Firtt Natlonal bank, 44tf Bennington. vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. ,FFICEAT RESIDENCE, J Mtf J No. 442 Maln St.. Bennington, Vt. COAL ! C0AL1 COAL! . LIME AND CEMENT AT WI10LESALE AND KETAIL. Oepot st., J. U.LORINU (X).. Bennington. U.JV. PIERCB, B00K8ELLER, PRINTER, STATIONEB AND biIank book Maker, Banner Building',) North nt., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACHAM. AnOBNEY ANDin8elor AT LAW 16 SHELDON & CUSIIMAX. Attorne a and Counsellors at Law, ana tioticl -torn In Chancery. No. 307 Maln Street, Bennlnpton. Vt. J9"'82 W. B. Slieldon. U. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. AITOKNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW nnd Solicltors in Chancery. OQice OTer Flret Natlonal Bank, Bennington. SJtf J . K. BATCHKLDEB. E. L. BATES. H. U. DAY, M. D. OFF1UE AT DUUG 8TOUE, No. 17, MainStrcet, Bennington, Vt. Spedal a...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, ERIDAY, NOYEMBER 20, 1891. COIiltESPONDEXCE. lntemocrato Teraperance. To the Editor of the lianner: Dear Sm: Ono of tho niain dilllcuUies in handling tho tcmpcranco questiou is tlio interaporance of its advocates. Tho fol lowing is a spccimcn: "Tlio policy which insists that only ono mctliod shall bo uscd for the rc riction of the liquor trafflc, and that flioro it is not proliibitcd it shall bo put upon tho samo basis with churclies, puh, tic librarics, hospitals aud othor benovo lont iustitutions by being excmpt from taxiitiun wo bellevo to bo thorouglily wroiiR in principlo and injurious in prac tico, and wo shall not bo nrovcnted from aaying so bccausc tliis principlo is advo oated by promineut probibitionists." Chiristian Union. Tho idca hero sct forth by a so-callcd roligious nowspapcr, that probibitionists put the nnlicensed liquor traflic on tho samo basis with churchcs, public li bnvios nnd othor bcnevolcnt institutions is of that intompcraco talk tha...

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 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, FEIDAY, NOVEMBBR 20, 1891. WISK AND OTUEIVWIBIS. "Do you know "Tho Sonrj tliat Breaks My Ilcart?" "Is it 'C'omradcs?' " Dr. Iltimmond says wo havo two braius. This ought U bo encouraging to cigarotto smokers. A touch of f rost on a cranberrv nnd in a pretty girl's mannor impairs tho at tractiveness of both. It's a great dcal easicr to sccuro an indorsomont for a man's cliaracter than for his uote. Says an exchango: "With monoy como poor rclations." But poor rela tions nevcr come with monoy. Thcro is a law vnaxim that equity follows tho law, which may bo true, but slio doesn't always overtako it. The leader of tho riotcrs at Monte video was named Dr. Pantaloon. No wondcr it was such a kncesy job to bag him. Tboro is a diffcrenco botwecn sitting bcforo the fire aud thinking about doing good, and going out into tho cold and doing it. Whcn a young man is writing a lovo lctter bo sbould keep constantly bcforo bis mind how it would look in print. Kepcntanco: "I wish...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1891

BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1891. The Rev. W. Ii. Walker attondod tho convcntion of tho Dioccso of Albany this week. iTuanksoivixo serviccs in St. Poter's ciurch will bo hold as usual in tho morn ing at 1030 o'clock. Euoisn c Stillson of the Rutland B. & . machino shops, is in Bennington for two weoks, working hofo. Thk Chatham Courier says that tho BRey. C. C. Cook of Bennington, has conscntod to supply tho pulpit in the Presbyterian church of nillsdale, N. Y., IL S. Binoiiam lof t town for Now York Tuesday, and sailcd for Europo by Lloyd's North Gorman Lino, as stated by us last week. Ile richly deservcs tho -yacation ho is now enjoying. Thk Mothodists havo commcnccd to jiractico: "Tho Trial of Santa Claus," a bright now Cliristmas cantata. It is ox- Sectcd that it will bo ready for tho pub o tho Tuesday ovening beforo Christ aas, The Union Thanksgiving tservico of fljo Mothodist, Second Congregational smd Baptist ohuvches will bo hold in the i'irst Bap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1891

THE BENMNGTON BANNER, FR1DAY, NOVEMBEB, 20,111891 latirl. havo becn in town tliis week. Mrs, Eliliu Cutler, Mrs. Dunton's mother, will livo with tnem at iiuuanu inis wmier. Arraniromcnts are boinir mado by sorap togive an old-fashioned Thanksgiving ainncr noxi umrsaay, wuu nuuuluo "Purtitan siniflcance." That's risht, Thero was a vory strong wind from tho south Monday niglit and Tuesday. Sovoral treeii tliat liavo been "land marks" for years by tho roadsido wero uprooted and somo buildiDRs thorouRhly shakcn. A heavy rain preccded a slifjht fall of snow,and now thero is sledden' at tho"City," and Boreas has "vccred" wcstorly. "My conscience won't allow mo to hold a seat whllo thero aro ladies sta'id ing." said a Woodford young munata jiarty tho othor ovening. "Alino will," said anotherfcllow who had becn stand inR soveral niinutcs, and down ho popped into tho chalr tho tlrst chap had vacated. We will holp "Oent No. two" a little by addinp, "of course it was all dono in funl" Tho othe...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERLDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1891. UI8 MOTUKIt-IN-LAW. "Oli, Wilford, you won't rcgard ma -with .iversion? You won't say things about motlters-in-law, will you?" little Mrs. Pendoxter co.ixed. "Uecauso sho isn't in tlio least llko tho kind of motlicr-in-law tlioy mean, you know." l'I liopo not," said Mr. Pendoxter. "I sincoroly liopo not, Camilla." "You nover callcd ino by my wliolo name beforo," siRhed Mrs. Pondexter. "You always said 'my dear Caramy.' " "Vorv well, my dear Cammy," said Wilford. "I ahall certaiuly behavo to your mother as I would to any other lady. If sho is what sho should bo, all right. But I always liave resolved to bo niastcr in my own liouse, and I always -will bo." "My dear ma is a porfcct lamb," sobbed Camilla. "I havo hor photoRraph upstairs. Pll Rot it to show you." "I've seen it," said Mr. Pendoxter, with tho romembranco of a grim and an cient niatron in spcctaclcs, with a ruillcd cap ou hor head and apraycr-bookiu her hand, HoatiiiK beforo...

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 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1891 - CAIItO ON A "TEAIl." Caiko, Egypt, Oct. 4th. Cairo has becn a regular "tear" for a weok. You see, tno noiy carpet lias arrivou irora Mccca, and tho Arabs aro simply crazy. This carpct is a mostinttrosting thing to contoiupiiue, ana tno servico ovcry year has pjrown to such cnormousproportions that it commands tliu attontion of tho wholo civilizud world. This carpct is uot an old carpet, as is gencrally sup poscd. but a nuw ouu is raado ovory your for this service, of which I will tell you. Expensivo ? Woll, rather! It takes a wholo year to mako it, and whon it is iinished it stands out a marvel of lino silver and gold thread worked intn beau tiful desigas, and tho" wholo cotiUiining many beantiful pcarls, riibies and other precious stoueB. To bo sure, theso stonos aro prcservcd from ytar to yoar, and placcd on evory now carpet, but tho body of tho carpot is now overy year. This now carpet is takeu to Slecca, whero is tho toinb of Ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 20 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, NOYEMBER 20, 1891. TWO TH INGS EV EEY ON tmeiii from whi ces at which t GrUABA E SHOULD LOOK AFTER ! 1- The best assor 2 The lowest pri FBEAB clt to make tlii heir purciiases NTEES eir selections. can be made. YOU -XX -XX -XX XX-XX-XX- WM. H. BOTH. Parcnts, if your cliildrcn nccd iipw nndcrwcar you should vlslt Frcar's lUnderwear Dept., wlicrc you wlll flnd Sliirts aiul Drawcrs ln all sizcs. White, Natural, Scarlct and Camel's Halr at cor rect prlccs. Gents' GreyMlxcdShlitsanl DrawersaBc I Gents' Kxtra Heavy Grey Mlzed Atn I Sbins and Drawcrs T1 JU I j Gents' Fxtra Fine Natural and blue PQ I I Wlxi-d Wnol Shlrtn aml Drawera, UUu I lUents' Extra Ileavy White Merlno Cfl I I Shlrts and Drawers JUul Fur Gnods liavc not bcen necdcd vcry mucli yct, but they snrcly wlll be, and juilglng from Frcar's immcnse sales lils goods or prices, or botli, arc vcry at tractlve. Thcwarm wcatlierdld not slop lils salcs oii Fnr Goods. TUey arc way ahcad of any pre- vlonssca...

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. — 27 November 1891

jettmn YOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891. NTJMBEB, 45. Business EtKrcctorj). O. H. MASON. ATTORNEYAT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennlnirton, Vt. 82 C. H. DARLINQ. ArTORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over First National bank, 44t' Bennington, vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. o ,FFICAT RESIDENCE, OltfJ Ko.442Main at.. uenmniou. i. COAL! COAL! COAL! L1ME AND CEMENT AT W1IOLKSALE AND RETAIL. Uepot st., J. H.LORING CO., Bennington. (J. A. PIERCB, BOOKSELLER, PRINTER, STATIONER AND BLANK BOOKMAKER, Banner Buildine.) North nt., Bennlnirton. .IAMES B. MEACHAM. ATTOBNEY AND .m T , COTINSELOR AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSHMAN. Attorneys and Cdunselbrs at Law, anusolicl tors in Chancery. No. 307 Uain Street, Bennington. Vt. TI m lBtf-82 W. B. Sheldon. II. T. Ciishman. BATCHELDER & BATES. AIT0RNEY8 AND C0UN8ELL0RS AT LAW and Sollcitorsln Chancery. OHice over Flrst National Bank, Bennington. 3etf J . K. BATCHELDER. E. L. BATES. H. O. DAY, M. D. OFF1UE AT DRUG STORE, No. 17, MalnSlreet, Bennington, Vt. Sp...

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. — 27 November 1891

THE "BENNINGTON BANNER, FR1DAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891. "THK TIP KND OF TtlK WKSTKIIN IIEMISPDERE. 1'atnRonU nml Tlerrn del Fueco, the Si-crdt or Chlllan Anlmoslty Toward Aniericaus. Orv ConoNKi., Sept. 27, 1801. When you and I wcnt to sckool, doar reader, thoro was a Patagonia on the niaps that wo studicd, and also a Tcrra del 1 uego; Imtuow thero arono micli countries any whcro, although tho old namcs still cline to tho localities. A few years ago it hap pened by raro chanco that tho two most powcrf ul ropnblics of South Amorica Ohile aiid tho. ArRontino found thom selves with no mtornal revolutions on liand; and so thoy combined in a sort of missionary cnterpriso against their weaker booauso lcss civilized neighbors, Uio Patagonians and Terra dol Fuogoans, killinjjoff most of them, cnslavinR the icmaindcr, and dividiiig thoir possessions bctwcou thcmselves. Whon Hcaino to a dLvision of tho spoils tho United States was callod npon to assist, through hor ininistci-s in lluenos Ayres aud...

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. — 27 November 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891 -OEST OF JIKPU0I.IOAN.NEW8PAPBK!!. TheTrlbuue for 1802, KOSWKI.I. O. HOA1C ON THE TAIHKF. The Kopublican party, triumphant in 1801, whcrover national inturests were at stako, renows, aggressively and bravely, the flRht for 1802. The New York 2V liune, tho ablcst, most rcliablo and best llopublican papors,- lcads tho way. During 1802 Koswell G. Hoar of Michi jrau, the witty orator, will contlnuq in tho Tribune his romarkablo articlcs on the Tariff, Reciprosity, Coinago and tho Currency. Theso topics aro all under standablo; tho Kopublican policy with rcgard to all of thora is right, patriotio and impregnablc, but dust lias boen thrown into tho pcoplo's oycs, and tho air has beon fillcd with fog, by lying and tricky tariff rcformcrs. Tho Trilmne pnnta from ono to iivo oxcecdingly in tercsting articlcs overy week oxplainiug thcso ()uestiuns. yir. Ilorr bcgins at the beginning of cvfcry subject, and makes it so clcarthat overyono can undc...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, PRLDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27,' 1801. County Court opcns next Tuesday. Miss Maky L. Bioelow is ill with pncumonla. JJkxt wcek the annual elcctlons ocour in. the G. A. R. bodies. J. Ed. Meuiut.l was hoino and ato a Thanksgiving dinnor yosterday. CI.AIIK Ricrc has becn quito ill for t&rco or four vreeks, but we aro told lie is bcttcr. FitF.riEiticic B. Jenxixos cntertained a. largo party of relatives on Thauks-. gjvlng day. Mn. ani Miis. Wili.iam Hai.l of Troy, N. Y.. wero guosta of A. 1. Childs Thanksgiving. Mit. and Mns. C. F. Van Vj.kcjk aro rejoicing in. tho advont of a daughter Uorn tho 23d inst. Mn. and Mus. .Toiix II. Kklso visitcd Mr. I. Henry Doncli iti Manchester Ucntro, Nov. 20th. The Rov. John W. Bcniictt and famlly of Troy passcd Thanksgiving with Supt. . D. Ucnnctt in this village. Tiie Tiffany IIoso ball Thanksgiving Evo was a very succcssful affair, tho smount realizcd being about $75. Miw. A. B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FEIDAY, NOYEMBER 27, 1891. with an organ concort, about Decembcr 10th. - , t. Tho chapel decorations aro slraplo in comparison with thoso outlincd above. Tho walls aro buff, trimmod with gothlc ornamontation (in ceilings, corniccs and about the windows) of browns and yel lows. This cliurch was desigued by Architect Goo. II. Guernsey of Montpelier; tho builders woro Messrs. Dobuo Com pany, tho carpontor work being dono by Charlos I'arent of Burlington, and tho decorations aro by tho Henay Dccoration Company of New Tork. Tho senior of tho company, Mr. W. II. Honay, supor intends tho work in pcrson. This firra aro also engaged in dccorating tho St. John Itaptist cliurch at North Benning ton, which is bcing ropaired under tho pastorato of tho Rov. Chas. E. I'rovost, as statcd in anothor placo in to-day's issue. Tho reader will readily vocall tho divisions that have beon mado sinco this parish was said to compriso "all tho country south of Rutland tothc Massa chuse...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BANNEE, FJRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891. A WIFE'S TUIU.ni'U. "I don't Uony but v(hat I was .consid crably surprised to hoar of ' Joo's mar riaeo," said Mr. Ailesbury, sitttnj; in tho whceled chair in tlio sunsfune. "I didn't know's Iiq had no suoh'idea iiliis liead. But evcrytbing happons for tbo best, and tho old placo is clean run down for want of . a nlce stirrln' 'housokoeper. Bercnico Stubbs charges a dollar and a balf a week and wants tbo wasbin' put out at that, TIiIiirs didn't ro in this 'ero way in tbe lifo time of my seeond departed no, nor yot wlillo my Ilrst was livin'. I'm willin' now to confcss tbat I was sort o' turnin' over in my mind tho ideo of askin' Pantbdon Jonos' widder if sho'd auy obiectlons to sharo my solitary lot; but tbiB marriiRe o' Joo's puts things in a diffcrent liRht. I wasn't sar tin but what ho was goin' to bo an old bachclor. I do hopo hls now bclpmate can mako riz bread and flanninir cakes. and soft soap. Borenice Stubbs nover m mln Knf...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON , BANNER, JFEIDY . NOVJ3MBER -27, 1891. COLI.KQK TltAININO DOESNJ.T DO IT ALIV ; I havo saul that I havo secn collet'o vroinon fail in tho commorci.il world, tisins; tho tcrm to covor tho pvi"C f work for which raoney is paid. Thoro comes to mind now a cicar, ueauiuui mornlnR in tho cavly fall, wlieii a card of introduotion was handed to rao in iny offlce, introducing a Rraduate of tho Hsir vard Annex and of Girton CollcRe. Ilad I heon asked bofoio this cxponoiico whether it wcro possihlo for a wumau to fail with such an cquipmont, I would havo unhcsitatiiiBly nnsweicd "No." Tho hearer of the card shortly appearud. Thero was not ono indication in her (iress or mannor of her cducational ud vantagos. A ban? that befran at tho erown of licr huad. so cut that it romind cd you of torraces, extciuled to lior eye-bi-ovs,eonipletely coverinir her foiehead. A hat many sizcs too small for a woman of her liciht was on her head. Her dress was too short, aiid tho biaid was wo.noff...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 27 November 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRLDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891 THE X3ENTENNIAL CELKBKVTIOH. The Jolnt Commltteo Flnlslies Up Busl ness and Voiei to Prlnt a Book. Tho was a meeting of tlio Joint Cen tennlal Coinmission at tlio Bardwoll Housolast niglit Thero were present Gov. PaRe, Sccretary of Stato Brownell and Ilosea Mann, jr., Speaker of tlio Housc, of tho Stato Comraittee, with StatetAuditor Towoll, E. L. Barney, J. V. Carnoy, I. E. Gibson, II. T. Cushman, 2d, and II. L. Stillson of tho cltizens' coramittee of 50,.from Bennington, and A. B. Valentino, II. G. Koot, Chas.. M. Bliss and Col. L. F. Abbott of tho Ben nington BattloMonument Association. Tliouusiness of tho joint coinmission yias praotically finislied at tliis meeting and all the bills ordercd paid. Tho cost of tlio celebration to tlio State was a little lcss than $14,000. A voto was passeo thanking Suporin tondont Bennott of the Bennington and Rutland iltailway and his associates for courtcsics oxten led to tho Stato Oommis sion an...

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