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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, ERIDAY, DEQEKBER.. 18, 1891; 7 ' 1 -r- , ,.. .., ,) (MDii j .;(.., 1' ' " '" : - ; : T ,Wnt Jih1frtbnftiwlfiAfihMifcolworfc'5R dono Jnoiirfoounttyi-towns. -Tlestoady' tido of immlgrnHor? wliioH' flhrts its wny from nll countnea to oucsbores, !U1 set" tlcs itself wlth its wlno and. lieer uritiK- ing bablta in our country villanes and 011 our rural farms, neods to btf confrontcd wlth a publiti sentiment which gives it no qnartcr. No less docs tho Amcficnp born cltizen necd to bo educated by tho frenupnt nrpspntatinn of facts ann tlie cnforcemptit of whnlcsome laws; for if it is grnnted thata largo majority of tlio succcssful businpss mon in our cities have pomo from country honies, it is no less truo.tbat thc dangerous clnssesaro nnnuallv rpprulteri from tlie ranKs ot un wnrv vnnth fresli from tho country. who fall an easy prcy to tho temptations of tho great citv. An eltors in neiiau 01 tempcranpp was mado in North Hcnning- tonon wcanesoav evening. ioih, by tl...

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. — 18 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEIi, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. A CUISISTMAS STCIIIY. Lake St; CATiiunixE, Vt., Xov. 2SHi, "Dancinf; in tho barn" has bcen a fa vorito fasliionablo diversion in tho so dcty tliat spells its namo witli acapltal S ovcr slnoo Mrs. Vandcrbllt gavo tlio in itiativo barn ball at Newport, and Lonox kastcncd to scal tho ccremony with tlio nipn of popular approval, but no swcll stablo festival could cqual in picturcsquo uffects and genuino cnthusiasm tho aories of old-fashioned liarvest rcvels and husk-ing-boo carnivala that liavo bcen piven liero during tho past inontli. Mrs, -Vanderbilt rcquested her guests to leavo thcir dimnonds at home, as tho readcrs of tho llerald may remomber. Tho country ninidens liadn't any to bring, but thoy don't need thom, for glowlng ciiceks and spakling oyes, laugliinp; red Ups and sliinlng trdsses that all tho New port diaraonds could not buy or lcasc, mced no adorning, whilo shy, swcct graco of beariug and tho quaint dignity Of unafTcctcd ...

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. — 18 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. For Of: Flfty Years. 1 As. Old and Whll-triid Remedt. Mrs.Wins low'a Soothlng Syrop has been nsedfor orer flfty years bj rallllons of moJiers ior their chlldren while teethlog, wlth perfect success. It stiolbs the chlld, softens the gums. allays all paln, cures wlnd collc, and Is the bet remedy for DiaJrhcea. Ispleaant to the taste. Sold toy Drugglsts ln every part of the world Twentv-flverentsabottle. Besure and ask for Mrs Winslow's Soothlng Syrup, and take no therklnd. "y1 If you fcetl cow's milk to a colt, swecten it a little Plants, liko iniants, must havo Uieir fruit in liquid form. As tho dairy procession gocs by let us stop Into tho front rank. A colil of unusual soverity dovoloped into a decidcdly catarrhal in all its char aotoristlcs, thrcatening a ipttirn of my old clironic malady, catarrli. Ono bottle of Ely's Cieam Dalm complntcly cradi cated overy symptom of that palnf ul and prev.iilinj: disordcr. E. AV. Warner, Koohes...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 December 1891

THE BENOTISrGTON BAJOTER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. hTATK mcws;. ' l Bcar huntera nro liaving good luck in sovcml towns. Tho St Albans Foundry company lias rencived onlcrs for its fonder slired dcrs for points in Moxico, wlioro thoy will bo uscd for cuttiuKsugar cano. A company from North Adams, Mass., lias bonijlit the old tunnel oro bed in Dover and about 15 acrca of land ad joining it .Tho bed will be rcopencd and a force of men put to work gettinp; out iron. Tho district of Vermont loads all otlicrs on thu northern frontier in tho numbcr of entiies mado under tho cus toms law. It lias 20,000, Chicago liad 19,000. Dotroit 17,000 and PortlluronlV 000. Thero wero only fl vo districts in the United Statos tliat took more entries than Vermont d'uring tho paat yoar, and the Stato is 12th in tho total amount of rov YcnuPB collectod. Itis understood that the Vermont building at tho world's fair la to bo con structed cntiroly of Vermont' materials with granito from Barre, marblo from Rn...

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. — 25 December 1891

mmt VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. NUMBER 49. 4 JBusmcss JDircctori). C. H. MASON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Adama' Ulock. Bennington. Vt. 82 O. H. DARL1NG. AXTORNEY ATLAW. ' Offlca ovcr Firtt National bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PAKTRIDGB. o ,FFICKAT RESIDKNCB, , 5ltf 140. 44- aiam iji.. Bennington, v v. COALI COAL1 COA1.! LXMK AND CEMENT , rI AT WHOLE8ALE AND 11KTAIL. Oepotu, J.U.I.ORING & O).. Bennington. O. A. PIERCE, OOKSELLEK, I'RINXEll, STATIONKR , andBLANK BOOKMAKER, Baaner Bollding,) Nortn nt., nemuainon. JAMES B. MEACHAM. TroRNByANDNgELoRATtAWi 18 SHELDON & CUSHMAN. .-4 rViimcin.i'.ea at. l.OV. Ani1 Hnlfol tois In Chancery. No. 307 U&in 8treet, .Bennington. Vt. mr-o- rT. 4!. Sheldon. H.T.CuBhman. hATP.HRT.nEU & BATES. A1TQRNEYS AND COTJN8ELLORS AT LAW . vid Solicltorsin Chancery. 0ice"-er Firet National Bank.Bennington. SJtf J.K. HATCHKLDER. fc. li. jiaj. DR. B. C. JENNEY. Dentist. SUCCESSOR TO DR. J. N. SCBA-UUN.J Is pre parcd to perfo...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EKIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. A TDEILLING STOItY TOLD Br AN BNGINKBK. "YYhen tho B. B. & K. railroad was opened through tho homlock wilderness of northern and northwcstern Pennsvl yanla somo ycara ojjo, I was cngincer of tho flrat train thatmado tho round trip ' said Joo Carroll, now of ono of tho Krio divisions, "and it -was attended with such altogether unnsnal and pcouliar oxporionces that I rcsigned my place af ter that firsl trip. If I had bccn in tho mcnagcrio busincss it might havo beon a big thing f ar me to haTO remainod on tbe road for a fow trlps longer, for I think I'd havo had cnough matcrial to start tho blggost kind of a zoological eibibition, But I was eimply wanting a job 3 n on' ginoer and not as a collcotor of natural hlstory specimens. A job on a railroad whero you were ozpectcd to stop ovory little white to eithcr oapturoabcar or kill a catamount, and whero you woro aj)t to bo attackcd right in your cab by somo llerco denizcn of that fear...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE BENMNGTON BAOTEE, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. BCST OF BEPOBI.IOAN NEWSPAPJSB8 The Trlbnue for 1802, ltOSWKLI. O. 1T0AR ON THE TJLKIFF. Tho Kopubllcan party, triumpbant in 1801, wlierovor national intercsts were at stake, renews, aggressively and bravcly, the fieht for 1892. Tho New York Tri une, the ablost, most reliablo and bcst HepubHcan papers, leads tho way. During 18U2 Roswoll G. Hoar of Mlohi can, tho witty orator, will continue in tho Tribune his romarkablo articles on tho Tarifi, Rcciprosity, Coinago and tho Currenoy. Thoso topics are, all under standable; tho Ropublican policywith rerrard to all of them is right, patriotic and impregnablo, but dust has been thrownlntd tho peoplo's oyos. and tho alr has beon fllled with fog, by lymrr and tricky tarlff rcformers. Tho Tribune prints from ono to flve excocdlngly in teresting articles overy weck expTaluing Ihcse questions. Mr. llorr begins at tho beglnning of ovcry subjeot, and makes it bo clcar that evcryona can undorstand a...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. BENNINGTON BANNER. .BENNINGTON: $ f FRlpAti DEClSMBEfi 25, 1861. 'rJ. L. Finn has boon ill for several days. . Loitmo Binoiiau is home for tbe - tho Chnstmas racatlon. ' . ' Miss ' Cynthia Gaiidneb is home . from her school in New Jersey. Dn. H. S. GoodalIi of New York city ;is making a bricf visit to .bennington. The Norwich cadets returned home this weolc foi the holiday vacation of two weeks. TnB ahnual election of Stark Lodgo of Odd Fellows occurs Wednesday evoning, tno autn. Miss Mattie Garney has gono to her ' home in West Rutland to pass Christmas with lior folks. The Misscs Hqlden give'a Christmas rcception tuislovenlng. it is to be a bnl- liant affnfr. Miss Annie Pender and Miss Saide (Jarney are sponding the holidayB with iricnas m inow aork. Mrs Dickinson, tliu aged mother of Mrs. Lucius Buss, is very sick, having had two siiocKs lateiy. JtissES Mary Shurtleff and Llzzio Abliott aro liomo from St Agncs school in Albany for...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 December 1891

THE BEN1TOJGT0N BANNER . EUIDAY. DEGEMBER ' 25, 1891 h JJow dlcTu.uWthe chlMron's piec'cs'i lasteveningr ...uio.n'5 Jiasiu iiavo them 'weuirainea, At.Woodford.Oity on "Wcdnesday, Dr. Ilonry S.' G'oodall ol Cbarlty Hospital, New York". amnutated the lec of Mrs. IHRRins atthe kneo joint, assisted by liis father, Dr. F. W. Goodal, in whoso prac ticothocaso occurrcd. At thoprosent writiuB Mrs. HigRins is very cpmforta- bie. CORItESPONDENCE. Our Domlnlon Letter ItivKn David. P. O.. Dec. 17th. 1891. To tho Editor of the Jfanner.- Deah Sir: Tho nolitical situation in the Dorninlon at thls timo prcsonts many queer pliases to a disinterestud bn-looker. Parliamentery business lanquishos whilo tLo mombers, both of thellousoof Cora mons atid tho local coveriiment aro vrrangling over tho spoils acquired from L'ovornment contracts. which wero sub lot, therohy tnaking liundreds of thou sands. Au oxaraination haa unearthod tho most rotten corraptlon that has over beeu exposcd to an lndignant publio...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 December 1891

THE BENMNGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, DECEMBEB, 25, 1891. CBBIS TMAS 80NQ. Sleep, dear. sleep, whero nothisg III U. ' Let no Joy beus, rlwrlng ln the mnnw, QIts yonrhappy dre&tn tbought'a nireease. Screened from Il the worldof wronB and soi row By the lilles Otyour spotlesa purity snd pe&ce. Sleen, and only bcar ln dreamlng Fsr-ofl tnnslc, bestlnc, fleetioe. Never lullsby so sweet atid West, Christmas belfs the heavenly aong repeatlnjr. Softly seemlnc Angels stngtng you to deeper rest. Sleep. love, whlle tho gradous story Of another Chlld the bells are telllng, Whossdearhandls holdlng yours 10 nleht, The sweet CVrlst Chlld bendlnB from tho dwelllng Whero His glory FlUi ths hearens themsolves with tender llght Sleep I ths Chrlit Chlld keeps the heavens abore you. Stllls ths song upon your dream lntrudlng, Folds around vou slamber's sllent fleece, Fills the mother heart about you broodlng, So doth love you That He lends Hl purity and peace 1 -Uarriet Prescott Spofford, in Ilarper't Ba...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE BE1STNINGT0N BAKNEE FRIDAY, DECEMBEE 25, 1891 TME YOUKOEST JIlN ON THE 8TAFF KELIEVES HIS MIND. I liavo raot pcopta who thought a ro portcr'a lot a hard Qno oven a di-y one. If thoso people have any senso of humor, and should try rcporting for a week, thoy -would seo tliat it Is tlio unwrittcn nows that sweetcns tho yeportor's lot. It is tho sido lichts, tho pathotlcally corat- cal sido of things which ho soes, tliat makes a rcporter's hfe so fascinating. Boston and roporting aro tho two most fascinating things I know of ; and f camo to both with a strong projudico agamst them. "I'll tcll you what tho truth about tho wholo martor is, only you can't pnnt it." And ho told mo, and I couldn't print it. reoplo complain thafc tho nowspapers print OTerything: but tlioy would bo as- tonishcd to soo how much reporters got hold of that thcy don't print. Newspa pers givo tho outlines of cvonts tho husks, I inight almost say. If thoy llUod ia all tho color and put in tho kerncl, newspapers ...

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. — 25 December 1891

THE BENJSfHSTGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1891. ' NEW8 ANB NOTES. The-doctors predict that wo are to have anotheflFBieRffyf thg'Rrip epidcmio, as ovieinceagIflcJi'tlwy cito constant ly infercasmg nurntJers of paticnts with tnat diseaso. The.grip ls not to bo sneezed at It is tlio diseaso of sneez os itsolf; Tho flory Chilians arejery vrrathful ovor tho President's.'iraessafje. TJnless they make prompt roparation and apol ogy for ,thobrutal murder of American seamenjhby'jpiay roc.oi.Ye anothermcs sago' from the mouths of American cannon. AKansas farmer who was flshing fornilJvnowslnticreek near his plaoo one day last weok pulled out an old mut al coffeo pot, in, which $070 in gold lay nestling and waiting for an owner. It's dollars to doughnuts ' that he abandons farmingior flsnin,--' WlHclal vlsUor of a Connecticut district school recently spanked all the big boys in attcndanco becauso they kissed tbo. school, toacher. This was rathei' hard bn tho, boys. The chanccs are that th...

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. — 1 January 1892

tmtxvs 5t t r VOL. LT. Busmcss BHrcctorg. O. H. MASON. TTOIWEYATLAW. ,, Adams' moca. uenmnnwu. . a. H. DARL1NU. ArrORNKYATLAW. Offlca over Firs t Natlonal bank, 44tf - Bennington. Vt, DR MABY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT UESIDENCK, ,,... DltlJ ro.a juain ou. ucuumpbuu, v. COAL! C0AL1 COAL! LXMK AND CES1ENT AT W1I0LESALE AND KETAIL. Oopot st., J. II.LORINQ A CO.i Bennington. (J. A. PIERCE, 13 OOKSELLER, PIUNTKK, STATIONEB Banncr Bulldin?,) North t., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACIIAM. ATK,I,SEY SlSSELOBATLAW. 16 snELDON & CUSHMAN, Attornei s ancl Counsellori at Law, and fiollcl -tors In Chancery. No. S07 Hata Street, Bennington, vt. W. B. Sheldon. 19tf-8i II. T. Cusnman. BATCHELDER & BATES. A1TORNEY8 AND C0UNSELL0R8 AT LAW and Sollcltorsin Chancery. Oflico over Flrst Natlonal Banlc, Bennington. Stf 3 . K. BATCIIELDEU, E. L. BATES. DR. B. O. JENNEY, Dentist. SUCCESSOIt TO DR. J. N. BCRANTONO Is prepared to perform all opcratlons In Dent stry In a thorough and Torkmanlike manner. Per ect sa...

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. — 1 January 1892

-THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1892. XHK YH.LAQE COOttt.""- " "Tho niatfcrial raw and uukerapt and neoding much pains to lick'Wo shapOj" could bo casily gathercd in evory coin munity" whero a cburch was built. Tho scrvico was always gratuitous. It was considored an honor to sing in tlio choir, and in thoso days it didn't necd mucli vqlce to ru'n1 tho scalo. of do, re, mi, and powor to scrccch was oftcn quito as "accoptablo as a musical tonc. But tho singer must know a correct tcmpo. IIo vt slte raight sing out,of tunc, but it was not porinissiblo to sing out ol tirao. Thero was a storn-visaged prcccntor, or mastor of tlio choir, who, tuuing-fork in hand, stood in awful ma jesty in tho front row,and his sol-fa-ro-do was tho signal for tho choir tocleartbcir throats and begin to got roady. In thcso good old daya of ovoning nicoting, "at carly candlo light, God willing," or as tho classic dorainie worded it, "Deo volente," thero wcro no oontralto or soprano voices. Thcn tho...

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. — 1 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1892. OEESK-OU aoOlEST Mr. Devondorf, tlie artistic Washing ton tailor, is at tlio Coloman Houso to look after sorao importations. IIo is a forracr 2fow Yorkcr, and is well known to tho oldcr sct who tako an intcrcst in sports. In tlie times wlicn it was popu lar for young pcople to lcarn to play on stringcd instrumcnts Dovendorf took up tho harp and becarao a performer of ro markablo racrit. He now probahly lias tho finest harp in tho country, but tlie big shears havo mado his flngcrs a little too stiff to rnake musio now. A funny story is told of hlm. lle camo out of the war with a captain'scomraissionand learnod fancy cutting. Tho tailor's flat iron is callcd a "gooso," as niost psople know. Ho had to liavo an outflt and wrote to the dealer: "Please sond mo thrce tailor's geeso bv return cxprcss." Tlint KPimed WlonC. TlirCO of tho irniis would not bo called "geese," as a matter of coursc, so tho ordor was tom up. Then he cssayed afjaiii: ...

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. — 1 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1892. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1802.' v Tiik Gradcd schools begin next Monday- Diaries for 1802, in all stylcs, for salo at tho BAnnkr stationcry storc. Mrs. Chab. II. Mason haa boon quito ill for sorao daya, but is convalcscing. Mn. and Mi9. J. A. Sipperi.y of Hoosick Falls, N. Y.f passcd Cliristmas in Bennington. Dn. "W. C. IIoi.usteb and family passed tho holidays wlth tlio doctor's parcuts in Halfraoon, N. Y. May tliis bo n "Happy Now Yoar." This is tho hearty wish of tho Banner to its many rcadcrs, ono and all. Tiik Mothodist church Sunday school cavo a Christmas ontertainmont at Froo Library hall last Saturday ovening. Joim Sorivens has raovcd from Rut land into tho Colvin rcsidenco on East Hain street, and has a positlon hcro. SurKniNTENDEKT LABABEEand family passcd tho holidays at Batli, Me. This ffl tho first vacation from bnsjness Mr. Carabeo has cnjoyed in a long timo. Miohael Lek, who has bcon laid up yit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 1 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANKER, FRTDAY, JANUARY 1, 1892. I oWHM.i Tho Baptist society gayo an Christ- 11U8 troo tQ tUelr.,Hunaay jsonpiars ana incnas. . . , v Mrs. S. E. Lincoln pays a visit to Albany, N. Y., for tho purpose of con sultation respecting a tnroat difflculty, Our villaRe is interostcd by cunosity and somo by subpccna in tho divorco caso Burrington vs. Burlington, triod at tne county court tnis weok. Tno la Gritme epidemic incluces a numbor of Pownal pcople. Tlio Ilon. S, .1. Gardner. Mrs. Ilcrman and Mrs, Mycrs liavo bcen very ill and many moro in a lesscr negrco. Tho drama of "Tlio bociai uiass," is undor prcnaration for tlie boards by our amatour clitb. As it is now ten years sinco tlns drama was lirst sugecstcu, wo trust it will meot a cordial wulcome. East Arlington. Andy S. Ilard spent Christmas witb liis parents. Louis Lawrcncc is at homc, as school closed in Poultney last week. Miss Hattio Ilard is at Iiomo from Springflold, Mass., for a visit during tho holidajs. Tho V....

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 1 January 1892

HIE LKUOV GOLD MINE. "Salad, sir ?" Mr. Jolin Sutton shook his head and tlicn nuddcd. IIo did not like salads lid not want tlie cltccse and ico and cqie ioi wlucli the waiter brought in turn, But ono sliould go through dinner cor rectly. IIo had f or years tricd to tako an intcicst in cookcry, bccauso it seemcd . lltting tliat a ricli old bacliclor livint; in Xew York sliould bo a bit of an opicure; uut, iu fact, ho did not caro what bo ate, Tbis cveninc bo would ratber not bavo eatnn any dinncr at all; but Jolin Sutton nover failcd to do tbo propcr thing, though lie know tbat not a buman bcing in tbo city noticcd what ho did. Dcsides tho dinner at tlio little ccfe broko up tho oveuing, which was apt to bo lonjr and loncly. Ile was by no meana a H.-n Imental man, yct tbo fact ihat it was C'liristmas Evo cmpbasizcd tbo loue liness. Tho cheery bustlo on tlio strcets suggustcd liappy homes you could bardly call liis luxurious apartmcuts, ovcrhioking tho park, a liomo. Tho air was full ...

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. — 1 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1892. A FAM1LY DIFFERENCE. TTp on tho Delaware and liudson rail road tho otlier day 'two nervous old ladics climbed on board tho soutli-bound train at Crown Point. Thoy wore of tho samo lioight; lookcd much rtlike, and both of thom woro gossamcr rubber cloaks possibly under tho vacuo im prcssiou that cindcrs mclt. Thoy flut tcrcd iuto a seat ncar tho door, ovidently prcpurcd for a long journcy. Whcn tho bird-cago, two satchcls and three shoe boxes of luuclieon had becn propcrly stowcd away, tho two ladies satdown iu unison, much as tf pnllcd on ono stiin;. Bcyond a vlgorous attack on tho lunch oon nu hour latcr, ther quiotly do votcd thcir attcntion to tho sccncry untll Albany was rcachcd in tho lato aftcr noon. That bcing tho tcrmlnus of tho road, tho passengcrs startcd for tho car door as tho train stoppcd, but thcre socmed to bo a blockado of somo sort on tlie platform. It wasu't exactly a block ado; it was tho two old ladies from Crown P...

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. — 1 January 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FEIDAY, JANUAKY 1, 1892. COMtESPONDENCE. J Vermont at Iho World'a Fair. Wobld's Columbian Commission, of Vermont. rr nr"t nmli 10rt1 3o (Ae Sons and Daunhters of Vermont, Tlio Green Meuntain State was (in 1890) tlio" first of all the f ates called upon to appropriate for tho World's Colum bian Expositian of 1803. Little was then known of tho Expositioa's seopo and pl'an, and our .Lceislaturo, failing tp np preciate tho rmpnltude and reqiilre inents of thd enterprisc, appropnated only tho sraall sum of $5,000. At lt next scssion, with moro knowledgo and in moro generous spirit, itincroascd this amount to $15,000. Dut with this lareor sum at their com raand, your Commlssioncrs find thcm selvcs handicapped atthe beginningof tho competitivo raco with our neighbors, and urgently appcal to you for assist anco. New Hampshii'O lias appropriated $23,000, and set apart $10,000 for the Stato building. Maine's appropr'ation is $40,000, of which $15,000 will go into licr b...

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