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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 December 1891

gtoit ttmm wr. .V-.. ' JK YOL. LT. BENOTSTGTOJST, YT., ERIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1891. OTMBER 46. Bitsmcss JDtrcctori). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adams' Bloctc, Bennington, Vt. 32 O. H. DARLING. AnORNEY AT LAW. Ofllct) over Firiit National bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. FICEAT R.ESIDENCE, 51trj Ko. 4 Maln St.. Bennington. Vt. COALl COALI COAL! LIME AND CEMENT AT WHOLESALE AND KETAIX. Ucpotst., J. II.LOIUNU & CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCB, BOOKSELLER, PIUNTER, STATIONER AND BLANK BOOK MAKEB, Banncr Bullding,) North nt., Bennington. JAJJ.ES b. meacham. ATTOPNEY AND COtJN8EL0R AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN, ttorneys aud Counsellors at Law, ana Sollcl -. tors ln Chancery. No. 307 JUin titreet, Bennington. Vt. 19tf-82 W B. Sheldon. II. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. A1TORNEYS AND COONSELL0R8 AT LAW and Sollcltors ln Chancery. OIUco oer First National Bank.Bennlngton. 86tf J . K. BATCHELDER. E. L. BATES. H. U. DAY, M. D. OFF1UE AT DRUG STOEE, No. 17, Maln Slrect...

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 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1891. A STOUY NOT AIiTOGBTHBR WITHODT POINT. 'Butyou seo, Lona, it's somothinc tliflt has got to bo dono," saidj Hermia TTano, nodding licr hcail. Dr. Electus Vane lio had bcon mould ciiug in Ilolmcsworthy churchyard six yoars, with tlie wild buttercup and black bcrry vincs running riot ovor hls gtave cad beeu a grcat lovcr of Shakspearo and Iiad called tlio twin daughtcrs Hcr niia and Iloloua. They wero odd nanies, ii ud of courso required cxplanations for almost ovorybody oxplanations tliat roro somotimos a littlo awkward. Ilelcna was romantically inclincd, and filoried in licr uomcnclaturo. Ilermia ot hor poarly tceth togethcr and wishcd .jho had beon called Trudenco, Naoml or yny other hura-drura, evory-day sort ofj sii appellatlvo. Upon thls sunsliiny afternoon Hclona . Vano sat, with a book in licr lap, upon tlm doorstep, making qulto unconscious Iy to horself a plcturosquo littlo tableau under tbo evening shadow of tho grcat tuaplc,...

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 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAJSNER, FRLDAY, JDECEMBER 4, 1891 A SCGOKSTIVE EFISUDK OF SOIIOOL UOY lilFK His real namo was Ironical Morphy, Imt ho never got the bencflt of thatpecu liar title, for at liomo his sisters callcd him Ronnie and tlio boys at scliool dubbcd liirn Boncs on account of the conspicuous promincnco of his aDatomy. Thero was not an ounco of supcrfluous flesh upon him, and the angles at his elbows and knces wero so acute that his skin must have boon as tough as wliit leathcr to prevent their going through. Some ono of a facetious turn of mind onoo proposed clapping a mustard plas ter on him merely as an experinient to provo whether his cuticle and his skole ton hfid crown together. The faraily physiclan had assurcd his rnother that ho could not possibly livo to bo grown, yet sho, being an ambitious woman, insistcd upon hcr son's being sent to school. His teacher wasrequcst--ed to bo as lenient as possiblo to tlio boy, on account of his poor health, and the natural consecjuence...

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 December 1891

BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: ; FBJDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1601. MisltosK jLiNDLEr-has gone to Poult- Surrii Cor.i.is has returncd af ter visit to New Haven, Conn., and Now Yorki i- . Tlio'ahnual fair and salo of St. Mary's Guild of St. Petor's parish will be held ouDec 17th. - Tnis ovening will be held tlio Annual Conclavo of Taf t Commandery. The or- dcrbf Malta will bo conferrcd. Bunninqtoh celebratcd Thanksgiving , day by a partial suspension of busiucss, scrviccs- in the cluircbcs, and family and aociai rcumons. ThkKov. W. B. Walker attcnded tho conclavo of Kniphts Templars at Itut- IandjTucsday, tho occasion being an ofll cial Gntnd Visitation. Tnr. kcy to tho monumcnt is at Martin Cono's and either himself or son will woit.upon peoplo who may dcsiro to ascend that superb structurc. DuniMO Advcnt, services will be held atSt. Petor's Church on Wednesdays at 10 o'clock a. m., and 4:15 p. m. On Frl Iays at 8:S0 a. m. and 7:"0 p. m. Mi:fl. Chas. S. Davis and daughtcr jna, reiurnca nome ...

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. — 4 December 1891

'BA-NER,, PRIDAY, DECJMBEB 4 .1891.. ' irmmm ' North , BennlnEton. Ladies' Aid Society of tlio Baptist church -will giye a chlckon piesupper at tUo,church";pariprs',next ,Tuesday even ing. -A piiod' tlmo'is expected, cotne and help increaso tho funds for a new par sonage. Thoso wlshlng supper at an earlier liour than usual, can bo sorved any timo aftor half past flve. The Ror. G. C. Baldwin, D. D., of Troy, N. V., will preach in the Baptist. church next Sunday. Norman Colvln has been conflned to tho house for a fow days with tho quinsy. Edward Knapp loft Monday mornlng for Jersey City, where ho will rernaln a few days with II. R. Clark. From thoro ho will go to De Land, Fla., to spond tho winter with an unole. F. U, Jennings andfamilyhavo gono to spcnd tho winter in Now York. They will bo at the Buckingham hotel, until their new residence on Murray Hill, is complotd. Waltcr Mattison is very siok with lung fever, and with his ra'thor weak constitution it is foarcd pneumonia may set i...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 4 December 1891

- V .... THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 4; 1891. THE PORTS OF SOIJTUKKN CUILt:. On board tho "Osiris" in tlio South Pacific. It was ncaring sunsct tho other afteruoon when, after weary days of waiting, we hoistcd anchor and stcameu slowly out of Valparaiso bay. It is no use trying to desoribo to you tho beauty Qf the hour in that locality and tho su porb viows on overy liand. Our Kodak gavo us plenty of, jricturcs, correct, of course, so far as outlmcs go, but entirc ly unsatisfactory bccauso failing to por- tray tho glowing tiuts on soa and sky and sboro, wliich an artist's brush could nover simulate. Certainly words can give no idea of tho contrast between limitlcss snow-ficlds abovo and summer-timo bo low, all bathcd iu softly-brilliant, swift ly changing colori, warra air, odorous of flowors, but tempercd by ocoan breezbs, and the niighty Pacific throbbing be neatlt in mcasured s wells liko the bcating of a human hcart. To propcrly appre ciate thcso things, you should h...

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. — 4 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANJtfER, FBJDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1891. TVISE AND OTnKUWI8IC. A tifiht monoy markot often induces looso flnancial operatlons. It is not at all surprisinp; that par rots shonld uso polly-syllables. Tlie way o the transfjressor is hard until lio reaches tho Canadian lino. It doesn't satisy a hungry tramp to Ilnd only a fork m tlio road. "Dr. Bull'8 Cough Syrup takcs th6 load of all cough preparations." Car pentor and Palnicter, druggists, James town, N. Y. 'How do you treat a hoadache?" "Politelp. I just sit still and lot it ache." X man sliould bo careful hovf ho, w alks when thoio is a wash out in hls baok yard. Van IIouten'b Cocoa Tho Standard of tho World. When thero is work to be dono the duzz-saw is always willing to take a hand. Not for Him: "Did sho confcss hcr love to you?" "Ycs; and (sighiiig) I am to actas best man." lileclrlc HlUcm. This romedy Is bccoming so well known, aud so. popular as to nocd no spccial nioution. All who havo used Elcctric Bitters sing tho ...

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. — 4 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1891. , ATyplcai Vermont Farm. . ' Among tho Bennington farms which 'have bebn notably improved and brought to a good stato of cultivation is that of Jolin Wool Griswold of Troy, says the Troy Times. This property, which is at Bennington Ceutro and under the shadow of Mount Antbony, was bought by Mr. Griswold about sevcn yoars ago of Orrin Paige. and consistcd of about 130 acres. Subsequent purchase of ad joining lautls has swcllcd tho placo to 105 or 170 acres. A largo two-story liouse, one of thelandmarks of tho town, having bcon builtf in 1789 by Itov. Job Swift, a graduato of Yalo and a much csteemcd pastor of the old First Churcli, stood on tho farm, but was torn down by Mr. Griswold. A now farra-house, built in tho stylo of a contury ago, witli auiplo barns of similararchitecturc, wasercctod atsomo distance south of the old houso that was domollshcd. Improvement of tho farm began in oarncst. A iong lino of old stono wall, that fenccd ...

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. — 11 December 1891

ili.iiMWli:.iilML. t-5 . i JJ . . . v r T- """" wf, i ' ?" VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., ERIDAY, BECEMBER 11, 1891. Busincss Dircctorj). C. H. MA80N. ATTOUNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bennington, Vt. 33 C. H. DARLING. ArTOBNEY ATLAW. " Ofllca ovcr Firt National bank, 44tf Bennington, vt, DR. MARY PARTRIDGE. ."VFFICEAT RESIDENCK, MtfJ No.4MalnSt.. Bennington. Vt. COAL! COAbl COAL! T IME AND CEMENT I J AT WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. Ocpot t., J. H.LORING 00., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLER. PIUNTER, STATIONKK andBLAKK BOOKMAKER, . Bftaner Bnilding,) North nt., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACHAM. A TTOBNEY AND SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. AUorutn s aud Counsellori at Law, anit tSollcI tois m Chancery. Ko. 307 lfaln Street, .Bennington. Vt. 19tr-8J W B.Slieldon. II. T. CusUnmn. BATCHELDER &- BATES. AITORNEY8 AND COUN8ELLOR8 AT LAW and SollcItorslnCbancery. Ofllce oier First Natlonal Bank, Bennington. Mtf J . K. BATCHELDER. E. L. BATE8. H. 0. DAY, M. D. . ..... . . . rr, .,T., mVlll I No. 17, MalnStrc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 11 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FELDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1891. Bonnio Waters g)t up at daylight that morning to build tho firc and warm tho room for his motlier, who was not strong, and foiyid tho kccn air of tho early spring very tryimr in thoir rudely built cabin a few miles out on tho plains from JJie viljage. All tho timo ho was about this labor of lovu ho was thinkiug of tho fortunato opening likoly to bo his that dSy, y IIo had bcon searching for soraetblng to do in tho villago, for matters were getting scrious in thcir littlo homo. Tho mothor had been sick so long, and thoir exponscs had been so heavy, that tho lit tle they had savcd against a time of need was now complotely gone. Next to nothing roraained for thera to livo upon; and, if possible, ho must flnd work of lomo kind to keop actual want from tho door. So for two or three days previons to this morning ho had beon looklng for work, but without succcss. Ile was cither too young or not strong enough, or they had no work for a boy, ...

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. — 11 December 1891

Mr . THE BENOSINGTON TBAMfER, FE1DAY, nDECEMBER 11, 1891 impkoving tiih scnooLa. It paya in moro w.ijs tban ono to havo Kood scliools. It paya in overy way. Yot now soldom do peoplo dlscuss meth xl8 of Bcoool improvomenk Sorao of tlie faults of our present cducational systom aro ho obvinus that overy ono reallzos something about them, whllo somo of its rcatest defects aro unnotlccd by mosfc If wo look for tlio root of niost of our cd ucational failuros wo ahall flnd it gener ally to bo too nmall schoola. Aa a rule, tho inore cbildron thoro aro in a district, tlio bettor tlie Kohools. The reasons for tlila aro not far to scek. Whcro raany pupils aro togotber thoy cau bo gradod, iind this alono is a (jreat advnntagt). Tben tbreo orfourteaoliTscan teach ono bundrcd to ono bundrcd and flfty cblld ren far moro cconomically tban ten or llfteen teachers can, ii small, soatterod kcIiooIs. Or put it in anotber way: Sup poso 12 toaoliers aro omploycd in as raany districta at flvo dollara a we...

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. — 11 December 1891

9 ;gBEN N INGTOIjBA-NNER. . i - ; BENNINGTON : , jPAY,ECEMBfi 11, 1801. M8a MoBOA'a !;ribb.p.. salo" is an-Motthcedjn-anotheplaco to-day. . JiiKMasonio Lodge holds its Dccom T '.limraunication next TueByaV bven- "WERockwood moved back to Ben nitoivfr'om Iloosick Falls, N. Y., ycs tcrday.' . . Dvid E. M66iiE'ihas. retnrncd from ftls'jWesterri trip Iqoking greatly, im 'fjroved. tM)K8.?A.1cJ.-Coopxnhas gorio to spend Uio toiidays witn ncr parents at jNortn villei 'N. Y. AjNiTMBEit.of our peoplo aro suffering ronja;.trifi)pc. Wo hopo it may not "froyi)if.ho opidomic.; ." MisaMAHiE.'KKLliV of Bennington, is ,Taiilng her aunt, Mrs. Catherino Woods of.Eifth avcnue. Troy Telegrav:. Hom'day goods aro bcginning to ar- tdvb at Squiro & Rawson's. Thoy will 2i&vo an advertiscmont in our columns ' aoxtw'eek. TiiE annual convocation of M. JLn Hiiony Chaptcr, No. 1, Order of the' 4Eastern Star, ,will'b'o held noxtWeUnos- 4ay evening iu Mfisqnic hall. WELLH.YArJiNTiNEand wifo left town Monda...

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. — 11 December 1891

baru Hon.Wri MWStrr mtn NIhnUlJinffnirArfit, 1 11?-n ot Iwa A slntan'.-1 Jjndeea!- Edward JV Hall. C)rk tharleall Jlasnn, gUteV Attorneyr-'John Boblnson, Sherltf; Chai.8. Chase. 8ttnoKpUer, ' tti tlie.eastj pf jMerfitt itndd ys. James U. Round;a smt'bronKt to recover uam(ipc5 for tlie allepedalionatipp.pt tlie affectiorY of tlie plalnHffp fdtp, the, ry Wtutnoi vcrdlct''76r,'ilid plaintiff of MOS.OS and fcostsi Shpldcm fc Cushraan, Ktol1iW nnrliar'foriilaifttiff: Ch.ls. II. DarlingandJ. L. Martirt'f'pr defen'd- ant This canser riow 'RPCB to tue gu prome Court on exceptionsv Tlie noitcaso was the 'VHeorHier libel 8uit," entitled Lumah P.- Norton1; ys, J.imcs II. Livingston. Tlie readers of tho Iitformer know that for somo years thero lias bren a cpnsta'nt ifuallado of longer and sliorter ite'ms, pliblishcd in that paper, reforrinp to various reput.v blo pcople of Bennington in a not very complimentary msinner; andto Mr. Nqr ton in particular lias Livingston paid' special attention in ...

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. — 11 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BAOTER, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1891. EOSTMASTKR-GENKitAVB KKPOBT, JEBEBIOAN MAJLS UNDEn THB AMERICAN FI.AO. Postmastcr General 'Wanamakor do--TOtcs an intercstiug portion of hisniinual -eport to a disoussipa of tho new Tostal Aid nct aud tlio blds that havo reccntly bcen recelvcd by liis department under it. Somo hnvo bcen inclincd to pro nounce tlio law a disappointmcnt in its operation. Mr. Wanamakcr, howover, dcclarcs that exactly tho roverse is tho caso. Tho measure vras ono that from it3 naturo could not show its full value or Iraportanco in any short poriod of . tlme. Tho purposo of it vras to sccure Wffular and qhickor servico botwecij tho IXhited Statcs and foreign countries, to dcrclop new and cnlarge old markets wndcr rociprocity trcaties, to assist in 4L.0 promotion of a poworftil naval re - fiervo and to cstablish a training school . for Amcrican ttoamcn. Now it is ap- parent that all theso pre-supposo or '-ecossitato tho cxistonco of a ileot of fast Amcrica...

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. — 11 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1891. -LZ 1 VTISE AND OTIIKKWIS1C. "I'm very foud of travel," said the 'fatnian to tho wild lady of .Borheo. "Evor been hbroad?" , 1 ) , 'f v ' "No. To tell tho truth, I ain't nover ' been outsido of New York," roplied tho wild lady. The next year may bring treraend ous revolutiou in political mattcrs ftiid shako tho country from centro to cir- cumfcrcncc, but it canuot Btop tho pop ularity of Dr. Bull's Cough Synip. Mrs. Brown: It's foollsh for your father to sleop duriue tho scrmou. Little Johnnio: No, it ain't, ma. It's only foolisli for him to wako up when tho basket is going around. Consblnc Lendn to Conaiimptlou, Kcmp'B Balsam -will stop the courjh at once. yl The Hace to tlie Swift: Did you run for ofllce tho other day? Candidato: No, 1 walked; tho otlior fellow ran. Infatuated youth: Havo you any ob jcction to introducing me to JIHo. His vtippi? MansRer: Not at all! not at all, my tloar boy. Right this way. Tlie old lady likes comp...

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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. — 11 December 1891

THE BENlSmSTGGK BANKER FEIAY. DECEER, 1,, lSSty. 'rl.. C..Ul..l tlna Thcrtjnpfces 8f;tho 8oWiorsrapo;haye prqparedTins'llst conmDutions in q.m ot the cliapel at tho homo: Washburn post, G. A. It., Bradford, $24.45; Geonre, P. Foster post G. A. R.,'Wolco& $9 Ellsvforth W. R, C, Hardwick, $14; D.A,rlley,pqst, G'. At R., Arlington, $1126.;.' Stannanl po'st, G. A. R., Burlington $3fj Congrcgatioual churck, Hartland, $3 10;, .Tames JJK.Warner post G. A. R., llarris- villo, $21.50 iPiXloy post, G. A. R., Euos-. hurg Falls.SU; tjurvis post, Q. A, ,R, Springflqld,($Yo 50 Henry postandW.R. C, Chester.!); qapt. D.'D. Wheeler,;U;' S, A., $5Joli T. SetmottposVG. A. R., West.'Rutland, $Ef 18; Frontler post, G. A. R,, Richford, $20.40; Chamherlaln post, G. AR.St. Jobnsbury, $30.09; Butter field ifc Co., Berby Lino, $10; "Shcridan post and W. R. C, Weston, $8; JVJ.Hale post, G. A. R., Ripton, ;$4.30; Roberts post, G. A. R., Rutland, $36.20; Ezr Stotson post; G. A. R., Waterbury Center, $5.00; ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 December 1891

4 fpje 1 tnwmg YOL. LT. BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, DEpEMBER 18, 1891. NUMBER 48. Mlt Business SKrcctori). C. H. MASON. A' TTORNEY AT LAW. . Adams' uiock. nonningwn. n, q. O. H. DAHL1NU. A .TTORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over First Natlonal bank, 44t' BcnnlnRton. Vt, DR MARY PAflTRIDGE. SltlJ No. 42 Maln St.. Bennington, vt. V COALI COALI COAL! LiMK AND CEMENT AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Ucpot it., J. U.LORINH Sr- CO.. Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOKSKLLER, PIUNTEU, STAT10NEU and BLANK BOOK MAKEB, Banncr Bulldine.) North nt., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACIIAM. SHELDON & CUSHMAN. 37'gido'n-. U.T.Cusg fiATCUELDER & BATES. ATT0RNEY8 AND COUNBELLORS AT LAW . and SolicltorslnChancery. Olllce oTer Flrst Natlonal Bank, Bennington. Sotf j K. n ATfiJIELDER. E. L. BATft-H. Dlt. B. C. JENNEY, Dentist. SUCCESSOR TO DR. J. N. SCRANTONO Is prcparcd to perform all operation in Dcnt try In i. thoroah and f orkmanflke manner. Per ect atlsfaction ffuarantced In all cases submltted o hls carc, and at reasonable p...

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. — 18 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. KKTKIUUTION. Twenty years ago and a Vermont county seat. It was a dreary December day, cold and cloudy, tliough not actual ly storming, and tho largo fan'cy goods storo of Ilopkius & Co. was almost de sortcd by customcrs, whou an old lady, wrapped in furs, entcred. A momont later a young girl, poorly clad, but with a sweet, sad face, and carrying a largo bundlo, followcd hor, and passing to tbc roar of tho storo lcft her parcel, return ing to tbo front counter to wait patiently to spcak to tbo saleswoman who was at tcnding to tho old lady. - Tho customer, after soleoting somo knitting goods, said: "I sbould liko to sco tbo pcrson who ktiits theso hoods and givo bcr an order." "I am sorry, Mrs. Emerson, but it is against tho rules of tho storo. All orders niust bo left with us; but I can assuro you tho most minute dircctions will bo carefully delivered." "That will not do," was tho dccidcd auswcr. "I want to sco tho woman." "Very ...

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. — 18 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON 1BANNER FRLDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891 A SPEniMBft OF cn.NKlS31. A day or two bcforo tho Immb-tlirowcr wrecked SaRe's oflico and destroycd sev ural lives, includiug his cwn, tho follow ing communication appearcd in tlie New York Adtert'istr over tho signaturo of Gcorgo Smitlir A systcmof gradttated taxation shofild provent any nian from beeoming raoro than a oiiu-millionairc. When ho lias aborbcdtliat amount he sliould retire aud givu tho peoplo a 61iancc. In tho old days boforo thu war, tflieii a raan got togother SIOO.OOO ho rotired, and tho clerks camo into tho conoern, and they iu their turn rutircd, givins evcry honest boy a ccrtainty of ruccoss in life. How 1s ft now? A clerk is a moro vnsiul. When $1,000,000 m got, tho getter wants $10,000,OUU $20,000,000 $100,000,000. Tliero aro ten men in tlds country wortli $1,000,000,000. Tho, next twenty years they will absorb ovei'ytliing worth ab sorbing in this country, unless .they aro stoppeil. They own both partjes, aro m...

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. — 18 December 1891

THE BENmNGTON 1BANNEK FKLDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891 BENNINGTON BANNER. .BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18,j ljBOl.' Miss Lizzie Norton of Worcester, Mass.j is ln town, '" ."" Mrs. Fred. , D. Rannky is quito ira .'jiraVcd'in hdalth since last'week. Mks.'AVitxtam A. RooT-of New York, I'Jias been ln Bennington a few days this .weok. -U6N, H.-G. Root and wifo leavo for ihcirwlnter sojourn in Californla nezt 'Cuesday. ' J -Mns. Oatman hasbeenouite 311. but is ' but ter and hopes aro. entertained for Iier iecovery. 1 Mns. Eli Tiffany has been ill for ome littlo timo, but is improving in licalth nnw. - Mois'. J. II. Lorino has recovered from 'bcr receiitinjury so tbatslio isabput tho iiouso ana riucs out occasioiiany. Drysdale's is lieadquarters as usual ' Cor Clnlstmas goods. In his new store h'o;i8 1r$vdy to show you many new , tiovemos.i . . c S'ouiiie & Rawson "wisli'' you a clad aml moriT Christmas" in anuther place ' to day. Accept tho hearty wish nf ter t. , .1.. xs i. you reau mo suu...

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