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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 17 June 1868

Transcript. ST. ATRATSTR, YT, WEDNESDAY, JTQSTE 17, 1S6S. "Vol. I. N0. 31. Vermont Vermont Daily Transcript, pudmsiii:d bach kvkninci. Office in Harm's' Jllocl; Lake St., SI. Albttn, Vt. VIL11UR P. DAVIS, Pkop'k. "WiMiuit P. Davis, ALMOST llAUNKS, lore. TEIIMS : l'er year, in advance, Six mouths, in advance Three months, in advance, iS.oo 4,00 2,00 One month, in auvanco to Advertisements should bo handed in aa early na Uio morning of Uio day of their intended pub lication. Odds and Ends.' Tho wenpon that no enemy can par ry if) a bold spirit. Tho duty of tho happy Is to help tho Buflbritig to bear their woe. There never was a hypocrite bo dis guised, but ho had yet some murk or other to be known by. People oftener want something taken away to make them agreeable, than something to bo added. Silence is the safest response for all the contradiction that arises from im pertinence, vulgarity or envy. We cannot love without imitating, and we are us proud of the ' loss of our originality ...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 17 June 1868

VERMONT JDA.IJ,Y rr.RANSORIPT5 JUNE LI, 18GS. Vermont Daily Transcripti -- Vi:inksia.y, Junk 17, 1808. A New Minister. The Hon. Rcvimly Johnnon, the re cently appointed "ttlnteler to England, who succeeds the Hon. Charles Frauds Adams, called on tho President on tho 14th Instant, and accepted the position. For many yearn a Democrat , Mr. John Kin Iiuh paid no divided allegiance to the Union, and has accepted, with cer tain modifications, the congressional thcorv of reconstruction, and has acted "Let (in llavo react'.' It lt a remarkable fact, that the let ters In which tho Republican candidates formally accept the noininatifins ten dered them, each closes with he one word which so emphatically expresses the longing of the American heart to day, " Pence !" The people nk for national concord and tics ace. and exnect to ohtain it, in the manlier clearly indicated by Vice-Pre 1oht YVisi.mnhton, Pimxc n -The people of Pro-colt, opposite Ogdens-j burgh, probably feel quite wife from any i...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 17 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TBANSOEIPT, JXJ3STJG 17, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript. -o- Wi:ini:siav, Juki: 17, ISIK Local Items, tiir Interesting ttiT, original or he looted, lnny always lie found on (lie ttrM Tin: WiLiiJSToN HuikjijAhiiY. "We copy in cxlcnsio from the Times t ho account of the arrest of Mrs. Potter, ami the recovery of stolen noodn i'roin Pot ter's liou.se. As Potter is known here, the Interesting account will therefore have an additional interest for many of our reader.". Git A NT ClA'ii. It will be seen by a notice printed In our columns that the Committee appointed some time ago to report upon an organization of a ( 1 runt Club in this place have Issued a call for a meeting, at which meeting their re port will be submitted. We welcome gladly this evidence of action, and hope that it maybe the forerunner of success. How far action in this matter has been prompted by our timely articles, and by the silence of our venerable eotempo- rary must remain a subject of conjecture, of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 17 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TEANSOEIPT, JXHST2S 17," 1868. NEW'FIRM ! AND NEW GOODS. c tllAULKS WYMAK, VT. TRANS CREPT CUT THIS OUT ! jfKAI) 'I'll IS J nUAOTHl.S! 1868, sEifi 1868, 1847 swccKssonxo 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, money runxiRitr.il to pay Ogdensburgh to the West. JOE BARNS8 & OROWLfiY AT- WO. 2 BAENHS' BS.OCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the people of Franklin County, that llioy mis pre pared to oiler tliein FAMIIY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at the lowest cash price, at Wholesale, and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast, The-fluent In thu market. If you want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of BAltNES A CHOWLEY, pick raspberry loaves and mix to unit your taste. You will liud it cheaper than to buy mixed Teas of any Now York Tea Company. BAltNES A Cl!OWLE KEEP THE lil'.ST corrEES. OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, mo, AFBIOAN, AND GBOUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure Oo to BAltNES & CltOWLEY'S for tho best 7. R. jaOLASSES, SUGAKHOUSE SYRUPS. SUGARS. 1. 11...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 18 June 1868

Vermont 13 nly JL ST. A.L13AjTS, VT, THURSDAY, JTXESTEI 18, 1S6S. iSTO. 33. Vol. I. Voniiont Daily Transcript, l'riti.iRnni) hack nvnxuvo. (it! U, firms' Jlhrk, .((Ac St., SI. Albitim, WJIiJlUU 1'. DAVIH, l'ltm-'it. 17. VlLlSUU ALMONT 1 Davis, t,in,--a. tkhmh : Per yi ar, in advance, f'l Six months, in advance 1AW Thru nioutlif, in advance, 2.00 One im.ntli, in advance 75 di itisciiicnts should bo handed in as invly .a Hi. nrnming of tlio day nf their intended pub- III Iltll'll. mm- A Minhit Afrnf flat Illvli. Mai l; Twain, in a Jul tor to Uiu Chicago Tribune, from Nevada, relates the fol lowing: , , , An aeiuiiintitiii'e of nunc shook hands with mo in .such a very patroniz ing manner venterday Unit I am moved to make him the text of a paragraph that will serve to illustrate what one lnnv teviii n 'state of thiniiH.' "When 1 ;lr.-.t knew this man lie hadn't a cent. He did not put on airs then. Now he in a superintendent of one of the great silver mines, and lias grown rich. Vou may ...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 18 June 1868

Vl'IKMONT DAILY TTCATSTRCRTPT, JTTISTK IS, 1SGS. Vermont Daily Transcript, Tjiuksday, Junk 18, 1808. Jlttll TctMrva. The hay crop 1h the most Important. ami from a commercliil point of view the most valuable raised In thiw State. Thero hna been heretofore a great dif ference of opinion union"- farmer.- about tho best time for Hcctiring the crop. Twenty years ago everybody thought that hay made from grass before the peed begun to ripen was of no value, and we well remember tho croaking of tho old fogy neighbor?) of one man who dared dctrnrt from the time honored custom and cut bin "Timothy" while It was " just in the blossom." "Ilia farm would be ruined and he beggard if he persisted in the foolish custom," they said; but he persisted nevertheless, and to-day those old fogies or rather the rem nant of them mo all linn believers in the theory that early cut grass makes the most protltablo hay. Hut difficulty here presents itself, and that is, how to get it. Cirassthat is nearly ripe, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 18 June 1868

VIOPvJsIOiSTT DA. LIjV rrKANSORTPT, JUaSTlO IS, 1S68. Vermont Daily Transcript, TlH ItSDAY, .lUNIJ 18, 18(58. Local Items. Thf. Ill rev Ottcvn. Wind Mill Point, June 18th, 1808. Editors of Transcript : In Sntimlu.y'rt edition of the Da'dn Misscnrir, I nolleed (he arrival of the "Ferry lloat" at Pittsburgh, Avhich Is to ply between St. Albans Hay and Pittsburgh. Through your "livu daily allow me to inform your (fraud Isle and St. Albans palrons, that the steamer "Jtlver Queen," Captain J. P. Tobias, cleared for St. Albans Pay this morning. She will commence her reg- ular trips between St. Albans Pay and PlattMiurgli in about one weeu. Mie is of 122 tons burthen, 10(5 feet long, and 2(1 feet wide. She Is undergoing repairs and several alterations, which will add to her comfort as a Kerry boat. Cp- (aiu Tobias is well known on the Lake t.essfui picture in this line was a eliro as a gentleman, and in whom the pub- ,,, ol- "ChloRons," after Tnit, and of He, who feel disposed to take a tr...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 18 June 1868

VKRMOTSTT "DAI I,Y TRAiSTSOT-'iTPT, JUNIE 18 1.868. NEW FIRM! AMI - NEW GOODS. 0 HAItT.KS AVVNAN, VT. TRATSTSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT ! JTKAl) '1'IIIS! ItlCAU THIS! 1868, M, 1868, Ogdensburgh to the West. XuHhvni TnmxjtorUitioii Coiiihii The only Through Daily I.i,10 between Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 And Inleiniedliito l'orts. 1847 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, 5tcisM:v nniNiHiir.i) to v.w JOE Milm ft UIIUVVJJIH NO. 2 BARNES' B.OCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tlio people of l''rnnkliu County, that thoy aro pruparud to offer them FAiailY GROCERIES, Krosh from market, at tho lowest cash price, at YTliolesalo and retail. TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English break fast. The finest in tho market. If you want mixed Teas, buy puro Teas of DAltNES .V CHOWLEV, pii'l: raspberry leaves and mix to suit your taste, You will find it ithcapor than to buy mixed Teas of any Now Vork Ten Company. HAltNES ,V C1S0WLE KEEP T 1 1 E JSEST oorrEES. OLD GOVHltNME.T JAVA, 1110, AEltKJAN, AND Ol...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 20 June 1868

T Vermont ranscript. "Vol. I. CLOTHING STORE g -ON LAKE S'l'HUH'I'i MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of G. W. Dlodgutt lit now nnd ' ontiro stoclc of , cloth in a, fur nisi uno goods, HATS j AND i VA PS, j BOOTS I SHOlih I'ct l sntiKilud in saving t the public Ihal they can sell goods an low iih can ho bought in Praia's lin County All wo ask is to have customer come in, ami satisfy themselves, before pur chasing .-l-cwhere. ' We have, and nic leeching, all tin iji w styles from market, o.msi.itiio,' of READY MADE CLOTHING, ITltNlsHINO unoi);- LlNliN AND PAPEI! ( OLLLAHU Of nilliss varieties, and a large and Well selected .Stock of Boots and Shoos, Enbbcr Coats and Boots, Winch wo will well low for cash. We have thu largest assortment of HATS AND CASS To hi found in Northern Vermont. If you don't believe it, call and nee for yourselves. Our Clothing is Niw anil Desirable, consisting of SIMUNCi ovrit SUKS, THICOT SUITS, FANCY CAKSLMKUE PANTS AND VESTS, linen i'an rs, Tir.s, SPHINO SU...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 20 June 1868

VimMONT DAILY rLTRA"NSOI tIPT, J UN'K 20, 186R "For your sake, Rosa ! I'm vexed for your pake, my pretty one 1" "If I had but known yet ho was so dllTerent In the days when we used to take those twilight walks, the days be fore wo were married. My husband a drunkard! Oh, Aunt Tryphona. I would conner we were both In our graves!" , , . "Don't talk so, pet." murmured Aunt Trvphosa, taking oil her dim spectacles. "The Lord knows what's best for us all, but " , . "Hush!" ejaculated Ito.-a, springing toher feel, "I hear the gate click! "Aunt Tryphosa, he has thought better of it! he lias comeback !" No: the slight, fair, almost glrlisii !!XtS.ffi AUCTION SALE! ! wgowan & brown, faivxxlv grocbrms- As he spoke, the red lliekering stream I of light from the moreen curtained win dow glanced athwart their path. : "lionie at last " he exclaimed, with, accent of relief, as aunt Tryphosa' opened the door. The lire was blazing brightly, the cat ! was purring contentedly on the burn ished bric...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 20 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TTIAJSI "SCRIPT, JUNE SO, 1868. Vermont Dai ly Transcript, SATURDAY, .lUJJK 20, 180S. Local Items, Bfe6"Iiitc'roHtlng mutter, original or se lected, mny always bo found on the first page. Ovijuni.iation of a dvant Citb. In ptirsiuinci! of the call of the Com mittal1 appointed in the Sirinj? to re port an organization of a (rant Club in Kt. Albans, a respectable number of Ite publlean voters met at the Court House, on the ll)th Instant, to rceeive and art upon the report. A. J. Samson was chosen Chairman, and A. Harnes Hce- retary of the meeting. The committee on organization, of which Col. It. C. llenton was Cliairman, and Julian II. Dewey Secretary, reported the following constitution and organization : "Ve the subscribers hereby agree to be come associated together for the purpo.-o of promoting t ho success of Jtepublican principles and advancing the i'Ipi-Moii of Ulysses tf. Cirant and Schuyler Col fax to the olllccs of President and Vice President of the United Sta...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 20 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TEANSORT.PT, JXT3ST32 SO. 1868." NEW FIRM ! C IIAUI.KS AW MAN, VT. TBAtfSOIlIPT JOE Fr in Ii raCr GUT THIS OUT ! IKAl) T nisi nr. , this: 1868, .5Sij jk&Sh 1868, -AND- 1847 iw,n 1868 NEW GOODS. Ogdensburgh to tlie West, WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, Moxt'.v rtiiiNisiinn to i'ay MX WO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tin- people of Franklin County, that they arc prepared to otl'cr them FAIMLXZiir GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash prico, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong unit English Break fast. Thclinestin tho niaikut. If you want mixed Teas, huv pure Teas of HAltNES A CltOWLHY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to suit your tasto. You will find il cheaper than to , in .1 1. 'M l uuy mixed loasoi any .o iuiu xua minimm BAKNESA 01!0VLE KEEP THE BEST COFFEES. OLD GOVKBNME.T JAVA, ItIO, AFltlCAN, AND G110UND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictlv pure. fio to BAHNEK A GltOWLEY'S for tho hest T. R. MOLASSES, SXTGAIIHOUSE STKUPS. SUG...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 22 June 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT, MONDAY, JUNK 23, 1SGS. NO. 35. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, ITllIilHItKl) EACH EVENING. OjlU e in llm mn' Jllitrk, Lake SI., SI. MlnWH, WlIiMUR V. DAVIS, Pkoi-'k. 17. AViMiun P. Davis, ALMONT Baknks, Editor. THHMS ! l'or year, in advance, S,00 Six months, in ndvnnco 4,00 Thrco months, in advance, 2.00 One month, in ndvnnco 73 Advertisements should lio handed in as early as tho morning of tlio day if tlieir ititfintoil pnl liealion. Dtth'H MitiitiyvnicHt. The selection of breeding of tlio very best milch cows and tlio proper manage menf of them and of everyfblin eon. neoted with the dairy, are mailers of Htieh importance that too much atten tion cannot be given to them. There i.4 no use in attempting to keep milch cows Willi profit on inferior pastures, where weed and coarse grasses occupy the noil. The land must be in tjood heart, the grasses of the bc.it quality and the water as pure as possible. It has been fro qucntlvreinarked that e...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 22 June 1868

VEBMONT DAILY lANSOKIPT, JUNE oo 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Monday, Junk 22, 1808. The llritislt Army and Xtit'ff. Wo compile from a tulilo Jin the Lon don Times of June 7th the following ltema concerning tho Urltlah regular army and navy, which may be of some Interest to our renders. The army Is composed as follows: 1 Rllle brigade, of 4 battalions; 1 regiment Royal Horse Guards; 2 regiments Life Guards; 1 regiment Grenadier Guards; 1 regiment Coldstream Guards; 1 regiment Scots Fusilier Guards; 7 regiments Dragoon Guards; 21 regiments Hussars and Lan cers ; 10!) regiments of infantry or Foot. There are from two to four battalions in n regiment. There is also a Colonial Corps consisting of four West India regiments of Foot, one regiment of Cey lon Itiiles, one of Cape Mounted Rlllos, one of Roynl Canadian Rifles, and one of Koyal Malta Artillery, stationed severally as indicated by their names. In addition to the ltoyal Canadian Iti iles, there are tho following regular troops...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 22 June 1868

VERMONT X A. F I j Y TKAJSORrVT, JUNE 2, 1SGS. KDIToUS TltANHCltlPT ! r notice In Saturday evening's edition of your daily (hut nt n meeting oallod to organize it (limit Club in St. Albans my 11111110 was used, and that L was made one of the Executive Committee of said Club. I would beg leave to state through your columns that i" did not attend the meet hiry, nor did I content to have my mane used, and as I have had no connection whatever with the organizing of a Grant Club and do not intend to become a fer that my name would not lie used In connection with any such institution. Very respect fully, L. Mel). Smith. Vermont Daily Transcript, MoNMiAY, JUXi: 22, 1808. (wyJntcresting matter, original or se lected, may always be found on the first lmtf' - ... Local Items. Mit. 1 I.. aoonsiMjnn has just com pleted u house, about one-half mile from Mlsslsquoi Springs, for the accommoda tion of Deivons who desire to be near the snrlntjs. The house is (!() by SI) feet, is member of any such o...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 22 June 1868

VERMONT -rA.T.L,Y TRANSCRIPT, JUNE 23, 1868." NEW FIRM! AND NEW GOODS. QIIARLKS WVHAS, VT. TRANSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT ! JKAl) THIS I UKAD'J'lll SJ 1868, 1868, 847 HwiriasouTu 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, money nniNtsiimi to i-av Ogclonsburgh to the West. BARNES & CROWLEY AT- XfO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAXl ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would nay to tlio people of l'rntililin County, that thoy are prepared to offer them FAItlXLlf GROCERIES, Fresh from markot, at tho lowest cash price, Wholesalo and retail. at TEAS. Youmr Hvson. Japan. Oolong and English Hroak fast. The finest in the maikot. If you want iriixod Teas, buy Pino Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry loaves and mix to suit your taste. You will lind It cheaper than to Ijny mixed J easot any .New lorn lea company BARNES A CEOWLIU KEEP THE BEST COFFEES. OLD GOVERNMEaT JAVA, ItIO, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strict!., pure. Go to RARNES A CROWLEY'S for tho boot F. R. MOLASSES, SUOABHOUSB 0YRTTFS. SUGARS. HAVANA. I'. It. MUSCOVAD...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 24 June 1868

Vermont Vol. I Vermont Daily Transcript. tliri in Hiirm-n' Ilhpk, hike St.. St. AHutim, IV. WJIJIUU I. DAVIS, PitoP'tt. WlLHUH Al.MONT r. Davip, lUit.virs, IMIttir. TKHMS : i Per jear. la advance, J8.00 I Six months, in nilvnuco 4,00 i Tin co months. In advance, 2.00 One month, in advance "ft i d i tiM im nts should In-lirtiidcd in iih eaily us tin nmrning of the lny of their intended pub ligation. i i- n i. . The i&coticiflalioii of (Inn. unl (leu. Hiitirr. (I rant A despatch to the Howton Adrrrthcv (ill- the following story : " l ite iVionilri of (Jen. Rut lor lmve for a lonjr tlmo boon tf.vinpr t Initio; him Link to friendly relations with (.Jen. (Irani. One delegation made an ellort f )itr months ao, but iiecomiilishetl noth iii", thouoli (Jen. (Jrant said to them that if there was a quarrel it va not on i lu tde, and that he had no hostility j toward, (Jen. liutlir. Another deleia-1 tion took up the matter two months auo and eciually unsueeesful, though 1 Senator u iiso;i w...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 24 June 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript, - - WlJDXKSDAY, JUNK 124, 1808. Xeie Articles of t in peaehineni Thud. SU'VeiiH not i eoiilent, Willi the result of tho recent nent trial, lias prepared new j inineiicliinent mm, uu . . , nrticlesof Ininericliinentwliicli no minus i will "ha.iK lire." They are four in mini-1 her and are of course eluiionueij unn, . i up. The ftmt artiele unpeaelie l itm- ..... . i r. i, "...I. iitiuiliimioiiinr UClll .lOlUIHIll mi ll imKii mi.-" for a high misdemeanor in violating the constitution ol Hie making provisiona' Tnlted .States by urovcrnnionts in the Southern ia wHIiniif- (he consent f the Cong'""r " The second impeaches him f ('K tion of tho pardoning n-1 f ,rom nnes of ltehoi and of ileBciteirt usurp11' cases oi kooojo whom he ; ..rdoned lie i nion arni, .,., n...... the special purnoseol en- -to cast their volant a p .ULt 1 . 1 Ina iovtu State. The '"'lhes h,n. for a high crime in lh,1, 1"'';1 of his onife1..-",,ni,'t lwriorcoii- ,-oulhcrn stales, iiie-iin fin...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 24 June 1868

"VKRMOjSTT DjAlFLY TKANSCEIPT, JUNE 1S68. Vermont Daily Transcript. Vi.i)ni:mi)ay, Juni: 21, lstss. Ir Interesting innttcr, original or se lected, may always bo round on th'c Hint Local Items. Court ruin; the I'au Di'jiartineiit. The Pay Department of the Vermont Central, Vonnont and Canada, and Sul livan Itnilrouds, an one may easily sup pose, is an important one to a great many individuals, ami one not to be successfully comlueted by any man who may come along. It has fortunately, however, fallen to the lot of competent men to conduct, (J. W. Newton, Esq., and Stewart Strnnnalian, 12sq., of St. Albans, having formerly had charge of i ,i and to none more so than the pro.ont Paj master, (Jeo. (i. Hunt, Esq., of St. Albans. It is apparent that the speedy and accurate transaction of the business of this department is of much conse quence to the sixteen or seventeen hun dred men employed in various capaci ties on these roiids, as well as to the managers and those owning property in the...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 24 June 1868

VJIRMONT DAJIYV TRANSCRIPT, JTJjSTE 24-, 1S68. N E W F I R M ! c (IIAUMCS AVYMAiV, VT. TRANSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT "tnn AO 'I'll IS! 1868, jssSEEfc 1868, ASM- 1847 w 1868 1 NEW GOODS. WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, MnNl'.V lTHNlSIIM) TO 1'AY Ogdcnsburgh to tho West, UiV in NO. 2 BARNES' BX.OCI& LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would nay to tin- (tropic of Franklin County, that they are prcpaied to oll'cr them rAMIKY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash price, at WholcBalo nnd retnil. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong ami English lircak fast. Tho llnest in tho mailict. If you want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas ol I1AIINKSA CJtOWLEY, pick raspberry leave s nnd mix to unit your taste. You will liud it cheaper than to imy mixed Teas of any New York Toa Company. J! MINES A CltOWI.E KEEP THE llliST COFFEES. Ol.I) tlOVHUNMK JAVA. C ' 'hul AF1H0AN, AND filtOUNIi COFFEE, SPICES. Strictl. pure. Go to DAltNES A OllOWLEY'S for tho best F. R. MOLASSES, STTGARHOUSS SYRUPS. SUGARS. I. It., HAVANA. MUSCOV...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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