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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 25 June 1868

t Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. 7.LBANS, YT, TI-ITJISJ3A.Y, JUNli) 5. .1 868. "Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, l't'isMHirr.n bach hvi'nino. njlirt 111 ll.inifi' llhvk, I.11I0 St., St. Milium, 17. WUjMJK 1 DAVIS, lMtoi-'it. WiiiHL'it P. Davis, 1 Mitorn Almost Barnes, )J'att0' TERMS ! Tor veiir, In advance, $3,00 Six months, In ndvnnco 4.00 Tlirot months, in advance 2.00 Our month, In advance- To . itim iiH iiti should ho handed in tin early as tin morning or tin- ilny of their intended pub- Ul'HttOll. si Dutch Farm-House. The lurincru' Iiovh atul Klrls of Ainuri oit, I tun coiillrtulit, would liko togowith mo into a Dutch fnrm-lionse. Stnhlo mill house mill dairy arc under the same roof. The lioiwe which we visit stands on the bank of the canal the water on the canal almost on a level with the rldno iiolc. One of the daily maids has In-ill out to the canal t' wash her nans and dishes ; and now she is tiikinj; them hack t tho house, drawing them in a little cart. Look at her shoe wo...

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. — 25 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, J UNE" 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, . -. - Thuhboay, .luxi: 23, 1808. Maine Democracf. The DeinocrnUo Convent ion, ofiMnino, which mot at Aiifiuntn on the 23d hint., unanimously nominated 13. F. Pillnbiiry for Governor. Hon. H. 1). lllce, S. IX Anderson, 13. C. Jmllj?un, and Daniel l. Hasting were elected delegates at large to tlioNational Convention, hy acclama tion. Mcssm. .lohn Ware and Phillip Eastman were elected Presidential elec tors at large. Resolutions were adopted declaring that the present Congress, has excluded a largo mnnberofStatcs from the Union, and deprived their citizens of all their political and civil rights; that the time had come for all to hand against the Jacobins; that the right of the Govern ment to tax the national income is clear, and ought to he exercised by collecting a tax upon the coupons; that the pro ceeds of such tax should be distributed among all of the States equitably ; that It is the duty of thetJoverninent to abi...

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. — 25 June 1868

vfkmojstt daily TKA-isrscxrr pt, Jinsric 25 1868. Vermont Daily Transtn'i pt. I TlIl'ItSliAY, Jt'Ni: 180S. tu? Interesting mutter, original or se lected, inny always bo found on tho llrsl page - -c- - - Republican Caucus. The Union ltopubllcan voters of Hie town of St. Albans are requested to meet at the Court House on Saturday the 127lh Inst., at seven o'clock p. lit., to choose four delegates to the State Con vention to be holden at Ihirlington the 1 1 tli day of July, and eleven delegate.-) to the county convention to be holden at Sheldon the 12nd day of July. James Saxh. - Town J2WAHi A. Smith, j Committee. Tin: Ui;. Ro(ii:n S. Iowaiii, of Woodstock, m 111 preach in St. Luke' C'liurch on Sunday next. JlT. JlKV. WIIjI.IAM JO, Ahminoto.v, J). I)., of Milwaukee1, -Asiistant HNhopof Wisconsin has been for several days last past with his family at the YVolden .House, St. Albans. He leaves this (Thursday) evening for Augusta, Maine. Hox tn Clothing. A box of cloth ing for the orphans ...

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. — 25 June 1868

VEKMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, JU3ST.1S 25, 1868. CUT THIS OUT " "--.,,,, N E W FIRM! QllA.ltl.ttS WYMAN, 1847 tn-rtwsonni 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, VT. TRANSCRIPT 1868, 1868, NEW GOODS. MONEY FtlltNtSlir.tt TO l'AY Ogdensburgli to the West. TOE DAMTUfl .ft MMH1 IAHNISS ,I.IiV Jin AT NO. 2 BARNES' B3LOCJK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would sav to tlic people of Franklin County, that they are prepared to oiler them TA.miX.TC GROCERIES, Fresh from mnrkct, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholcsalo and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Thcllnestin tho maikot. If you want mixed Teas, buy puro Tens of HAltNES V CItOWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to unit vour tasto. You will ilml it ohrupui tlmn to liny mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. HAltNES A ClSOWLin KEEP THE BEST COFFEES. 01.1) (lOYKUNME.vT JAVA, 1110, AF1MCAX, AXD GltOUXl) coffee, SPICES. Strictl.. pure. (lo to 1SAKXES A CUOWLEY'K for the l.o.st V. II. MOLASSES, SUGAIIHOTJSE sirxurrs. SUGARS. 1'. li...

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. — 26 June 1868

i Vermont Daily "TVaasmpT" m Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcri)t iTiiiiHUHn each i:vi:nin(I. Ojllr, , Hum,,,- Wort,; htl.r St., SI. MbdiLi, WILBUR J'. DAVIS, lMtoi-'n. 17. AViuiuit Aimont Ult P. DAVIS, ,V7frtl. Tor year, in advance jg 00 Six months, in advance .j'OO Tlirco month, in advance, 200 win innwn. in advance "' ' icuipiitu should lit handed in km oarlv m uu nrnming in tiic iln.v ol their Intended pub heiition. Poetry, Street Sl.reen, 111. following i h.i.-ii.g verses Were never pllb iicii lii tin ii pi. m nt n)psi'nniu among simI,, .hi - 'I ii, w, n written In Manehes- I'. t.. ( l ,il i nn ;u o. fur It In iiiiUr.il vnmiir Ii it I X Ian. 1 in '1 1mi a mii .it. , IV 'HI ill fi'Cl'l t ) . .Si,,,. ii iiiim-iit ii memo, i ttli-i i ii lit titi .1 invi t ill "11' Vl li. till' IIIIIMI'N -i in. I'ftliu Vcr- .11 a jurv MCilMililillf. l I'd !;:.l v.! Sll J..M I'l "in wli , J In j i-. . 1 ik It tu tlmiK Wlii.-e tViii. Tli iiiiilin. t t m 1 t f i n 1 I. -ok at i in 1 -'I In vi (1 as yo,i "...

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. — 26 June 1868

VF.UMONT DAU.Y TIAjSTSO RIPT, JTOSTE 6, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, -V ST. ALBANS, VT. : Fhiday, Junk 20, 1808. tl lini to Cut Gvatst fov lUiy. llccnllcctioiut of (fvaut. Ono of the mo.it important questions ! in (ho economy of tlio farm, is when to I cut irniss to make Into hay, or at what Htago of its growth it Ik most valuable character: M...I ..,..,..., 'l1 n In ii l in ill. (Ill m-w iiniinniiimiuL, 1WJ llllll. III! IH'Oi I I in" " " j......- -. - Itcv. J. L. Crane, tlio chaplain of the regiment of which Gen. Grant was col onel, gives the following Interesting re miniscences of his private and military No toil, colli, I IwkiI 1iititirn fYi(ti-tfn fltti1l1 if titfitWtt . , .. I 1 1 V 11 l il II (iUUl ItlLlUlU Wl M 4U1U J 1 IIIU1H.1 which even experienced mrmors tuiiei, i (cmww llilUi llo (Io0f. his work at the Conccrntnv Ifoi-shlp. ! m'' l"n". , which even expci Not only men are subject to misuse and it the velght of authority will no time, and he requires all under his com ....

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. — 26 June 1868

V.EKMONr.r DAILY Til A.NSCPU PT, JUNE'26, 1SG8. , Tim Swanton HTATUU. Wo griVO ft I brief notice uliout thrco weeks uro, from information only, of the Switnton ' Soldiers' Monument, In proeef or t-on- strttctioii by .1. Dmik-l lVny, l'iM of Swiintoii. Since Hint Umc we have ; called at Mr. l'crry' studio, and exum- leeted, may always bo found on tbo fust : im hln model and the incomplete tnt- 11 !. 11 fid our br of visit alkmieu us ine ormont Daily Transcript, ST. Al.ltANS, VT. : FlllDAY, JUNK 20, 180S. Iter InteroHtlny matter, original orpo- lMlKe' republican Caucus. The Tnlon llepublican votem of the town of St. Albans are requested to meet at the Court House on Saturday the 27th liiHt., at seven o'clock p. in., to choose four delenates to the Slate Con vention to be holden at nurlin,'lon the 11th day of July, and eleven delegated to tho county convention to be holden at Sheldon the 2nd day of .Inly. James Saxi:, Town KnWAiin A. Smith, J Committee. I'l' v HI be seen on reference t...

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. — 26 June 1868

VKRMO.TSTT IDA. FLY TRANSCRIPT, J UNTIC s36, LS6S. NEW FIRM! AND NEW GOODS. c ltAHMCS WYMA.V, VT. TRANSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT tBA """;,,., 1868, jfcsBfii 1868, 1847 Kl'rcnspou To WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, mo.st.v rtniNi.snr.i) to t-Av Ogdensburgh to the West. 'JOB 1 . M V mo ix NO. 2 BARNES' BROCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the oeople of Franklin County, tliat they are prepared to offer them FAMILY GROCERIES, Fresh from mnrkot, at tho lowest cash price, at Wliolesnlo and retail. TEAS. Youns Hvaon, Japan, Oolong and English llrcak fnst. Tfio finest in the mnrkot. If you want mixed Teas, luy pure Teas of IlAl'.XKS A CROWLEY, piek raspberry leaves and mix to suit your taste. You will lind it cheaper than to buy inixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. rarnes a cuowi.m keep the iiwr COFFEES. OLD (lOVHltNMU.Vr JAVA, l!U), AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES, Strictly pure. Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for tho heat P. H. MOLASSES, SUGAHHOTJSE SYHUPS. STJGAItS. V. It., HAVANA. MUSCOVADO, ...

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. — 27 June 1868

7 yWtfWP I f W Ii i.iijwWfW.mnililffaAlj!' script. Vol. i ST. ATBAJSTS, VT., SATUllDAY, njjSnn 27, 1868. I 1 Vermont CLOTHING STORE 'g ON LAKH KTltKUT. MORTON & PERCY! Having bfiuKlit (rO. W. Blodgott bin now mid entire stock of j CLOTJ 1 1 KG', FUliXISHIXU GOODS, irATS AND OAJ'S, ! viA7; i SHOES Fei 1 salislled In saying to tho public Unit tlu-y ran si'l goods an low as can lio bought in Frank tin Ciunt All we ask is to have customers I'tllllr 111. Illlll K.ltiHl'y tlietllselVl before pur chasing ilsowlierc. We have, and aroiccciviiig, , nil tin- new styles from market, consisting of READY MADE CLOTHING, ri hnisiiistt (H)ODS, LINEN and l'Al'KIt COLLLAKS Of i lulli fH varieties, nml a largo ami Woll selected Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Winch we will sell low for cash. We have the largest assortment of HATS AND CAPS To he founil in Northern Vermont. If you iliin't believe it. call anil see for yourselves. Our Clothing is New anil Desirable, consisting of SPU...

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. — 27 June 1868

VEE.MONT DAILY TT3,A3STSCHTPTS JUNTO ItSGH. l 4 Hwoct rcvongo would bo, until in tliu end Jacob rose up and wont skulking along out of llio wood-lot and ncrowlho Holds, looking just like a dog that means to steal a bono and knows ho ought to be whipped for thinking of it. The wood lot where lie had spent the afternoon belonged to Squire Vale, and the Ileitis he crossed after leaving it were Squire Vale's nleo, and beyond them lay the great farm yard, and barns, and hav-staeks at the baek of Squire Vale's big white house. It was al ready dusk when Jacob Hilling left the wood where indeed lie would lime been afraid to stay any longer, and by the time he reached the buildings it was dark, so that he easily found a chance to creep into the great hay-barn and hide himself there. Meantime his poor mother at home was getting more and more anxious, es pecially as she had an errand at the Houlro's that could not be tad off until morning, and there was no one with whom sue could leave Nan unt...

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. — 27 June 1868

VEllMOiSTT .DA.LJLY TIAJNTSCRT PT, JUNE 0,7 1SGS. Vermont Daily Transcript. .. ST. A LEANS, VT. : Satuudav, .Iunmj 27, 1SU3. Local Items, . . . Bfefif-Interesting mutter, original or se lected, may always: be found on the llrsl - llejiiihlieau Counts. Tin- lTnloii IU'imblican voters of the town of St. Albans are requested t" meet at the Court House on Satuiday the 27th hiHt., at seven o'clock p. m., to choose four delegates to the Slate Con vention to be holden at Burlington the 1st day of July, and eleven delegates' to the county convention to he holden at Sheldon the 2nd day of .Inly. Jami:s Saxi:, I Town EmvAitn A. Smith, Committee. Cati 18. Remember the Republican caucus at the Court House lo-nlght, to select, delegates to the State and county convi nlioiis. . regret to learn that Norman A. LaseM, Jis'i., of Swanton, late cashier of the t'nion Bank, died .lune UlStli.lSHS, at the In -ane Asylum, Bratllelioro, aged nb'nit I'l years. Mr. L:well leaves a wife and a lane circle of f...

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. — 27 June 1868

VERMONT D A.I TTAWBCRTPT, JXJlSr.1T; 27, 1868. N E W F 1 R M ! AM) NEW CJOOBS. caummw,mA ;VT. TEANSCmPT 1847 Htin.i.i,TO 18681 CUT THTvS OITT llir TIMS t HK, I'll IS ! , 1868, 1868, Ogdensburgh to the West. Xorlfivni Ti aiisporttilinn CauiHnn The only Through Dally Line between Ogdensburgh and Chicago I 1 And Intermediate Ports. WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, MONl'A nUtNlHltr.il TO VAY JOE BARNES & GR01VLBY AT NO. 2 BAR. WHS' BIiOCSE LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would Hay to tin- people of Iraiiklih County,' thut they are on pared (o otter them 1 FAMILY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, attho lowest cash price, nt Wholesale, and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Btoak fast. The. finest in the inaikct. If you w'ant mixed Tcan, buy pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to suit your taste. You will ilnd it clioRier than to buy mixed Teas of any New York To;i Company. BARNES .V CROWLEY KEEP THE REST OLD government .JAVA, lilt), AFRICAN, AM) GROUND COFFEE ...

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. — 30 June 1868

Vermont rein Vol. L ST. A.LBAJ5TS, VT.9 J LTISTK HO. ISGW. ISTO. .-42. D ciily scrmt ermoiit imiiy Transcript. ruiLisui:i each Eveninu. OjtltT ii nW llhick, T.ah SI., St. Mlmnn, 17. W I Mint P. DAVIS, IMtoP'tt. WlLilUH Al.MONT '. Davis, j.yitn,.H TKIIMH ! Per year, in advalico, $8,00 Six inniitliH, in advance -1,00 Three month, In advance 2.00 Oik month, in advance 75 Vduitsi 'iH ltt should 1)0 handed in ns unily ns tin Hi' ruing "f tl' dny nf thi'ir intended pub lication. Tron t Jlrcetlhif. MOW IT IS 1C)NI2 AT MELLOWS FALLS. A t'orroponili'nl of thu Sprlri;ltoIl lU'puljllcnn sd.vh: Ah mueli utlcntUm lias lately lioon calk-il to tho matter of Msh breeding, a sketch of a Into visit to (ho private trout jioikIs of .1. C. Hridnmnn, of Bellows Kails, may be of intorost. Mr. Hriclr nian i. n 'retired lnwyer, liviiiK on a farm a little from the center of the vil lage. The numerous nprings on his property suggested lohim the feasibility of lih-raising as a means to his own gratification ; ...

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. — 30 June 1868

VJflRMONT .DAILY TRANSCRIPT, J 30, 1868." Vermont Daily Transcript, . - -- ST. ALBANS, VT. : TU1MDAY, JtfJfli HO, 18C8. Congress. Momberrtiif Congress an1 bfjiiiinhiK to seriously talk of adjournment. It thought an ailjouriiincnt can Iteeoinple ted by the lfjtii or 2(it!i of July. The last npproprliit Ion bill is to bi reported to-morrow. Jt Is known thu l)o lloleney Appropriation bill, nnil an ex change says that uuutmlly desperate attempts are made to load It down with all thu big jobs that have previously been defeated, or would be if aeled on In the House independently. An effort is being made to smuggle into this bill a now bill giving 20 pei cent incrm-e to the Department elerks. On Friday the House passed the tax bill which provide. that distilled liipiors shall be taxed tifty cents per gallon, and on their sale in various stage. Bonded whiskey is taxed four dollars-per barrel extra. The two varieties of tobacco are reduced respectively to sixteen and thirty-two cents per pou...

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. — 30 June 1868

VEEIONT D'ILY TRAJSTSORTPT. JUNE 09 ISG8. Vermont Daily Transcript. PT. AL15AXP, VT. : Tt'lXDAY, .IlTXI! ill), 18(19. Local Items, .t la Interesting mutter, oii",liml or ho leekd, may always be found on the first 111 ti ck M ahkkt. 'I'ho ruliiitf prices to-ln for butter luivc lieeii from 'M to :M cent per jiound. Ah hlli sin '.VI mid "t;! cento wero, however, i!ilil for pome dairies'. There were shipped 1407 tnhs of butter, nntl 42o5 pounds of elice-e, net weipht. JviiiiiUD. A nijiti nnmod Joliu lliml nor, nped nbout JW ,vonrn, wim killed by tlie en iv nt St. Albans dejiot on Monday niglit. lie was one of u jrimjr of men hired In Montreal to work on the Wood stock railroad, and was on his way to Woodstock at the time of the accident. The man who had hired him was up town at the time the H o'clock train started south, hunting up men who had strayed away, and as he had the llekola Oardner did not try to get upon the train until he saw the boss coining down Laki Stieet. Then lie spuing...

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. — 30 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY 'PEANSCRLPT, J UjSTE SO. L863. NEW FIRM! AND NEW GOODS. Q1IA1U.KK WVJIAN, 184:7 sfw-ssnit to 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, VT. TRANSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT !lRAT..iH.HA.n.H. 1868, "Si 1868, Ogdcnsburgh to the West. Mn.NKV rt'll.S'lHIM'.ll TO VAV JOB BARMS &(R0Wlil!t' If O. 2 BARNES' BLOCK X.AXS ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would HftV to tho people of Franklin County, that thoy aro prepared to oiler tlii'in fAMILY GROCERIES, Frf fdi from market, at tho lowest cftHh price, Wholesale and retail. at TBAS, Young IIVBon, Japan, Oolong and English Dreiik faHt. Thotliiebtln the maikct. If you want mixed Tobh, buy pure Teas of DAltNLS A CDOWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to Hiiit your taste. Vou will llndit cheaper than to buy mixed Teas of uny Now York Tea Conipanv. DADNESA CDOWLEY KEEP THE DKKT corrEBS, OLD GOVEDNME.xT JAVA, ltl(, Al'DICAN, AND OltOUND COFFEE, snoES. Strictly pure. Clo to DADNES .V CDOWLEY'S for the best V B. MOLASSES, SU&ABHOUSE SVRUPS. SUGARS. , HAVANA, MUSCO...

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. — 1 July 1868

7 V" inscri ST. ALBANS, VT, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1868. NO. 43. 7Tl ill 1 1 "7 "Vol. I. Yoriuont Daily Transcript. Pi LUSHED EACH EVKNIXtl. 7; ' I'm h Jilnvk, IMv St.. si. Albans, WIL-BUn P. DAVIS, l'ttop'tt. 17. YiLiiun Al.MONT TERMS 5 . . pi advance, $8,00 .ill -. in advance 4,00 nths, in ad, incc . li.oo in aiU .un,. .... 7" 1: ut- , .'U be limidiil in c.irh .. iinii(it t'i 'I iy t' t lit-ir im i ml' d i'l- I'lK'TfVt. f 1 Ordinary uconlo who follow stonily I fiiUlm'H, who do U10 common cominor cliil work ol' (ho dny, never plunge, bill with . our liiiitni'liil onius your case is dKUient. lie plunges often enough, takni'J i1omi lenty of money to steady his itiui-r, and if he fails to bring any pearls for tho-e who trust him lie never tails to l.rodueo the oyster shells. The much ;ul llnaneial plunger is tin- idol of the times. Kroin him proceed those j,if iniie sehemes for railways, nionelaiy eompaiiU' , and otherspeeulationswhieh malu the lortune of hundreds. On ihe Slock JOxehange ...

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. — 1 July 1868

VEEMONT DAILY T R, A jSTSCTTPT, JXJL Y 1, 1868. Arcrmont Daily Transcript, . . ST. ALBANS, VT. : "Wkhnisday, July 1, 18G8. Ojivceyiojiinrc of the Trdimrriiit. Letter front 1'rorltlenee. PnoviDKNci:, 11. L, Juno 30th 1808. School nnd College oxniiilnntions nro the order of the dnyjitRl now In this fair oily. The Senior of Brown University flnlnhcd (holr four years course liifet Fri day, and celebrated (lie event on pass ing out of the building by turning about and saluting it with the most unearthly yells that it ever entered into the heart of wild Collegian to conceive, or the throat of human creature to utter. It must have somewhat astonished the Alma Mater, if she has not got beyond the point of being surprised by any freak of her erratic sons. The Juniors are still on the rack, and the Professors impatientlywaitingforthelrown release. A brave young Lyon from Kail Itivor, Mass., carried oil' the University honors this year, but it was a very close strug gle, for a classmate has, d...

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. — 1 July 1868

VERMONT DA-tT.Y r PBANSOEI 1? T, JULY 1, 1S68. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALLANS, VT. : f Wkdnksday, July 1, 18118. Local Items, BSrlutcrestlng matter, original or se lected, may always bo found on the llrst Hiirlaf of' Mi: Lanrll, The funeral and burial services over the remains of the late Norman A, l,a- scll, Esq., of Swanton, were conducted at Swanton and St. Albans Point on Tuesday afternoon, the funeral being held in the Methodist church, in Swan- ton village, and the burial being in the cemetery on St. Albans Point. Mr. La nd 1 was a member of the Masonic fra ternity, and In addition to the ceremo nies usually observed upon funeral occa sions, the ritual prescribed by Masonry, solemn and Impressive even to the un initiated, and peculiarly so to tho craft, was duly observed on this occasion. Several members of the Conimandery of Knights Templar located at Swanton, in the beautiful regalia of the order ; the olllcers and members of Seventy-Six Lodge No. 14 of Free and Accept...

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. — 1 July 1868

VERMONT 33A.TLY- TIUNSOEIPT, JULY 1, 186sT N E W FIE M ! QIIAUIiUS AVVHA.V, 1847 omo 1503 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, VT. TlUiYSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT ! E,:i" '"' had is: 1868, jueBu 1868, AND NEW GOODS. i MoSl'.V I'l'HStKlir.li TO I'AV Ogdensbura;h to the West. in MX AT NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK t avti cm cm T LAKE ST., ST. AMANS, VT. Would say to tho people of Frntikliu County, that they are prepared to oiler them FAZVEXLl? GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash price, nt Wholesalo and retail. Til AS. Voung Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. The finest in thu maiket. If you want mixed TeaH, buy puie Teas of 11AUNES A CUOWLEY, idols raspberry louvt.n anil mix to suit your taste. Yoi) wil jnd it cheaper than to I my mixed Teasel' nny Now York Tea Company. BAUXES A- CBOWLE1 KELP THE BEST 01,1) OOVKUXMENT JAVA, UK). AFE1CAX, AXD OHOIJXI) COFFF.K SPJOES, Strictly pure. (lo to DAMNUM A CltOWLFY'S for the best P R. MOLASSES, SUGAIlHOtTSE SYRUPS. SUGARS. 1'. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, ...

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