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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 20 May 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT., AVEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1868. Vol. I. jsto. 7. Vermont Daily Transcript, mniiiisiiKi) i:ach hvuninu. Ojliee it, llitriWK' W'ivh; l.nkr St., St. Allitinn. 17. WIJjIIUU T. DAVIS, l'ltoi'Mt. Wiiiium l1. Davis, .',;,. A. BAltNKS, J JM"U'"- TERMS : Per year. In advance, S8,00 Six mouth, in ndvnnco -M'() Tlirco mouths, in advance, . ... 2.00 One mouth, in advance 75 Advertisements should he handed In ns early as the morning of the day of their intended pub liration. General Miscellany. St I'll mil' Di'i'uiu mill It'i'ililiiiih Olio of tho htuniiot men that overi joiiriK'yort a hundred miles from Mieh "iiraii. took the Toledo express on Sat urday, at Fremont, bound for Toledo and his home in Michigan. Ho told a strange story, of which the following is the substance : Some weeks since, while at home in Michigan, lie retired to rest after a hard day's work, and tailing asleep, dreamed l u ((renin. He appeared to have taken a long journey from " home," 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. — 20 May 1868

VEEjNTONT DAILY TBANRCRIPT, M.A 205 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wkin-i:sday, May 20, 1808. The. J'ltrcltatic of Alaska. The prownt. time scum to bo one des tined In an eminent degree to decide coiiHtltutlonni questions, either by the Supreme Court, a court of impeachment, or the Executive. The Supreme Court bus been Invoked to decide upon the constitutionality of the reconstruction laws ; the court of impeachment lias de cided In a manner which dellnes so far as itsoplnion can, certain rights claimed by the executive as his by (he constitu tion ; and the executive has interpreted the constitution, in theold.lacki-on way, as ho "undorritands" it, and by a stub born adherence to his own interpreta tions lias succeeded in "making a fuss" Hiich as We hope may be hereafter judi ciously avoided by a prohibition of its chances. Even the House of Represen tatives is acting upon a question which seems to us to cover constitutional grounds which limit the free action of tla, body in the p...

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 May 1868

VJHRMOaSTT DAILY TEANSOEIPT, MAY 30, 1SG8. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 20, isos. Local Items, - Tho Hut land Jfe.rald ways Unit two of the best Summer Hotels in this country are nt St. Albans, Vt., and at Schooley's Mountain, N. .1. -- A Wanning. The Troy Vhi,r; says : inlbiinatloii has been received of thede imrluie from New York of several no torious eraeksnion and thieve to "work" the cities and towns on the va rious lines of railroad. The police will dofwcll to be on the alert for suspicious looking strangers. Masonic. The annual session of the fiiand Lodge of Vermont will be held at .St. Johnsbury, on Wednesday, June 10th, commencing at 0 o'clock, a. m. The Passuinsic, Butland it Jhirlington, Vermont Valley, llcnnington it Rut land Vermont & Canada, Vermont Cen tral and Sullivan railroads will carry delegates for fare one way. Woodstock Hailkuaii. The Stand ard says: "Work Is progressing on the railroad in three places, on the easterly and westerly sides of 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. — 20 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TPS A jSTS OTIT P T? MAI SO, 1868. Odds and Ends. Nnsby mlinits nn income of $11,205 11 year. Ocn. Sherhlnn is on li if way lo Washington. A case of genuine leprosy exists in the Montrcnl hospital. The Continental Hotel of l'liiluilol-' phla employs 300 servants. Six hundred tons of grapes were re ceived in New York last year. A. T. Stewart is the- guest of Gener al Grant in Washington. Minoli, the Greek brigand chief, has at last been capture il. Several white women recently mar ried negroes in Guilford Co., C. Philadelphia sent a million gallons i ' coal oil to Europe last Week. j of coal oil to JiiUrotie Jtls stated that the gamblers of New York win $10,000,000 annually. A new newspaper has already mado its appearance in Alaska. Ia is printed in Russian and English. Drown, the Canaan child murderer, has been sentenced to be hanged on the :t0th of Aluy. A man in New Orleans lias just married a woman from whom he was divorced 20 years ago. The end of the universe is p...

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. — 21 May 1868

Vermont jl rnscriT) i Vol. T ST. ALBAjSTS, VT., THTJES)AY5 MA.Y -31., 180S. jsto. s. Vormont Daily Transcript, I lTHLtSllKt) EACH HVISNINU. i 11 Jliirnv."'' 'llM; Laht St., St. Alhan, VI. WlMiUH P. LsWIF, I'hop'k. WlLIIUIt V. A. Hailvks, thhms: lvr year, in advance, months, in advance I'ln it months, in odvahrc, . d,i.' month, in advance; uirtisomoiits should bo bunded in as "inly as tin- nioniihg of tliu ilny ofthoir iiitcml. il pub- lll'.ltioll. General Miscellany. Didlli of a liciiHt rlHtbli' Latli A Xtfire of I'vi'iDimt. Mrs. l'erliiulit Kullinvloii, it unmrk- i.ble woniiin, who hits lii'i-n blind t'oriip wnreis ol twenty yennj past, 1kl Satnr-; ilny morning tit her resiilc-ni'i' on Ouk nvi'hhI nvoniu". Hit histoty find chiis-! thin I'hamL'lor wore sudi as to entitle her to more than a pti-nliiy inetitioii. She w:h a native ol' Vermont, near Mid-1 die-bury. After Iter matriii're, site lvi-l-' ded in Odensbtirfrh and YViiiulintftmi, i St. hnwrenoo county. About the time ( i Mie d...

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. — 21 May 1868

01 Vermont Daily Transcript. 8TXa M-hninvcr mu ho the iiulL'inonl, of that TiiunsoAY, May 21, 1SC8. Coiijliel. at any lime wo were liv It could hnvc been said in the last uiirlil yeiuvi that ing in n peculiar and exulting tinio, niul the nrcpciit is no exception, nor in the vnnr lf.fire uh likelv to be. The words of T'atrieU Henry are as full of truth now as when the then impending revo lution inspired them : " Gentlemen may cry peace! peace ! but there is no Deaeol''' Either by debate, by ballot, or by the sterner trinl at arms, the con tinual campaign of idoim is carried on and battles no less real than the Mimv tlions. and AjrincourK and Waterloo, and Oottvsburgs of martini history i.wf niid won. and the woiuuIh which are unseen are borne by many a reti cent warrior, unconscious perhaps of the hands that dealt him the blow 'I'hore is no lo?H of the heroic, the self denying, the patriotic, the pathetic, mill tlw sacrificial in these irreat moral battles which are continually fough...

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. — 21 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TBANSOEIPT, MAY 21, 186S. Vermont Daily Transcript. TiiuitHiUY, May 21, 1809. Local Items. - Cotnn Tlit Jmljio cloyed his charge to Iho jury in the case of (Jlark vs. llur ton at 11. -10 to-day, and the cape v.as submitted for their "iliinl consideration and decision, .uitl ihey retired ntnoon, and no verdict lias hcen frlven up to (lie the time of our jjoinn to props. 'I he further business of the court will occupy the remainder of the week, it Is .uppof-.ed, The Lamoille County Court commences the May term on Tuesday next, at Hyde l'ark, Judge Wilson pre siding. County Titi:AHi'isi:it.C'. N. Bishop, Ksi., Assixluut Cashier of the Vermont National Ban!:, has hcen reappointed ( 'ounty Trcasuier by the Court. A Ci.i:an EA(?iiic.-AVanliington Engine Company No. I of our enterprising Fire Department washed the eagle at the top of the pole in the l'ark, at their drill Wednesday evening, consequently thiowing a stream 10". feet high, through U(M foot of hose. There was a gr...

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. — 21 May 1868

VEBMONT DAILY TKAjSTSCniPT, MAI 23 136S. N E W F I R M ! NEW GOOD'S 8 JOMETHINO OUT THIS OUT IiR' 'l lll.sil HHAII 'I HIS! 1868, jbdBk jaeaSSft 1868, -AND NSW GOODS. NEAT AND NEW! Ogdonsburgh to the West. JIONKV ri:i!NISIII'.l) TO 1'VV AT I lit V V V At 1 1 ft 1 III IA IV ' I I III NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK liAICE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would Haj t(i tin jiii1. ef I'runklin County, that they urr pn paled to oiler them rAMUY GROCERIES, Fresh fnmi market, at the lowest cash prieo, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tl'io finest in tin' maikcl. H' youwanl mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspboriy leaves and mix to unit your taste. You will llml it cheaper than to buy Inixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. BARNES A CROWLEY KEEP THU RUST COFFEES. Old) GOVERNMENT JAVA, lilO, AFRICAN, AND 01JOUND COFFEE, SFIOE'J. Stiictly pure. Go to UAltNliS .V CROWLEY'S for the beat F. H. MOLASSES, SUGAXttXOUSE SYnurs. SUGARS. 1'. It., HAVANA, ...

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 May 1868

I'M 0 Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. AXBAJSTS, VT., FrUTVYY, M 2STO. 9. .-w'.-o.l Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, publish i:i each evening. njliw in Harm-' llhrk, Lake St., St. Alhaiis, 17. wilhuu r. "WlLBUR 1'. A. Bahnks, DAVIS, Pitol'Mt. Davis, pAu(orH, terms : l'cr year, in advance, Six months, in advance Thi-fi- months, in advance, One month, in advance $8,00 1,00 2.00 75 Advi l tiscmonts should lio handed in as cailv as tlu morning (if tin- day of their intended pub lication. Poetry. A Tnifir Slot'!. Tin r- liwd n sage in days of jure Villi he a handsome pigtail wore; But woiidciod lnneh and sorrowed moie, Because it liunj IttOiftitl him. He niu-Al uim this cuiious case, Vnd swore he'd change tliu pigtail's place, id liaic it hanging at his lace, Not dangling then- heliind hiin. Mivs lie, "The mystery I've timnd ; I'll turn me riiiuid." lie turned him round, lint i-tt ill it hung liehind liiiu. 'J'hen round and round, and out and in, All da tin- pu..led sago did spin; In vain ...

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 May 1868

VEEMONT DAILY TKA.jLSrSOrMP035 MAI 32, 1S6S. Vci'Jiiont Daily Transcript. Fill DAY, MAY !!:, 1SG8. !' Nominations. The National Republican Convention has accomplished Its work, and the names of Its chosen nominees, now the chosen nomineesof the Republican par ty, are made known to the world. Un der the circumstances we may with ap parent certainty say that the names of! our next President and Vice-President! are known, for the election of Gun. Grant, and of any fairly representative man who might be placed upon the ticket with him, are as much predeter mined as his nomination was. Of Gen. Grant's history, Tittle need be said for the informatlon'of the people. It is seldom that a man as well known re ceives a call to the Presidential chair, and as seldom that a nominee possesses the respect of all people, friends and foes, in so high a degree. Ho eminently lit is he deemed to be for the executive ofllce, that each of the great parties in this country has named him at some time with a...

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 May 1868

VIEKMOiSrT DA-ILY TBAN'SOETPT. MAI 1S6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, FltlDAV, MAY 22, 1808. Local Items, -V CtjAHK vh. Ruhton. The Jury in the cito of Clark vh. Uurton rendered their verdict at !! o'clock to-day, the verdict being in fuver of the defendant, for the mini of $I0,:!!)1 ,()(). Tlieainount to recover which the emit was lirouyht, wnn$o.",,000, with interest fiom about !"!), there being nine Items in the claim. The defendant claimed that the plalntlU'owed him the amount of $70,000, with intercut from 1S3!), the name being composed of live items. The nlaintill'wlll carry the cane to the Supreme Court on exceptions, mostly we believe, concerning the admissibility of testimony. Till ru.se, as we have .stated, is the greatest ever tried in this county, and has consumed the time of the court since the 14th of April live weeks and a half. Mu. L. M. Downing will have, to morrow morning, a fresh arrival of as paragus, Rein'iudu. onions, cucumbers, lobsters, &c, &e. Tom Tiium...

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 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRAJSTSORTPT, MAY 32, 1S6S. iHtrehnHlng All -v0r9 In carriages, but in a tiny or two, rif (urjthc iTrst rush is ovor, the poorer Inborcrn and rag-pickers will will be seen Httiiting out, in parties of half a dozen, carrying in their hands some little trilloH, purchased with the hard earnings of weeks, to place by the graves of the loved friends gone before. Wo saw nothing of any priests, or any signs of rogiilar - religious ceremonies, and the occasion is probablyjlooked upon by the (Jhinese in somewhat the same light as that in which the gay Parisians regard their annual visit to J'erc J,a Criainc, and their decoration of the graves of their dead with llowers. The sightl,aUogcthcr liotun,unplcusant,ouc, nor one calculated to nhlke us think less kindly of a people who show such ven eration for their dead,"" grotesque, and, to us, outlandish as .the demonstration in its particular form may be seen. NEW FIRM! -AND-- NEW GOODS. I) 1 lil V I I ill NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ...

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. — 23 May 1868

T Vermont ranscript. 1 ST. VT, SATURDAY, MAY 2R, 1SGS. Vol. I. INTO. 10. 1 .3 Lll CLOTHING STORE ON LAKE STltEKT. MORTON & PERCY! Having bought ofG. W. Btodgctt his new and. entire stock of ' CLOT JUNO, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND OAFS, BOOTS AND SHOES Feel satisfied in saying to (hi; public that they can sell goods as low as pan ho nought in Frank lin County. A wo ask is to have customers I'jime in, and satisfy themselves, heforo pur chasing elsewhere. We have, and arcioeeivitig, all the new styles from market, consisting of READY MADE CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS, LINEN AND PAPER COLLLAltS Of endless varieties, and a huge ami well selected Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which wo will sell low for ca.-ili. Wc have the largest iiHHOi'tturiit of HATS AND CAPS To ko found in Northern Vermont. If you don't liclievo it, call and see for yourselves. Our Clothing in New and Desirable, "consisting of SPRING OVER SACKS, TRICOT SUITS, FANCV CASSlMEliK PANTS AND VESTS, LINK...

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. — 23 May 1868

"VIDUM O NT DAILY lBANSOEIPT, MAI 3, 1868. lnciulowH : tho llumk'rri liorstM In Iho furm-ynnl. lazily whtelclng their (alls, to Hcaro oft' tho FioatHof gnntn. But now nil wiH gloomy and desolate: tho orch ard trees clashed their arms together in the tempest; torrents of water poured from the thatch : now and then a heav ier gust caused the spray of the distant sea to mingle with the rain, and pools of salt water soaked here and therein the garden. The beggar unhooked the "J think It's giving below, Captain," said Poppo Sdioorl. "Then God have mercy upon us!" cried the "Water-warden. "Can never a one of you lend a hand to peg a sail down 1" "I'll try," cried l'oppo; "I'll try," said Conrad; and "Pll try," cried three or four more of the stoniest hearts. "Straw hero ! straw here!" shouted Ooslerhonl: "Schoorl look to that wicket, passed in, and with feeble hand I l'oppo, havo three sail breadths stitched struck the door again and again. together. We want more limit s. Run "Who's there...

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. — 23 May 1868

VKKMONT DAILY r.rKANSCRTPT5 MAY ?33, 1SGS. Vermont Daily Transcript. I Satuhday, May ai, law. Local Items. - Ekuata. In nil editorial article yes terday the words " material thrill" should hi', obviously, as written, wr f thrill. So thi word "following," in the para graph at the end of the proceeding of the national convention, should have been J'orctoiiit. Last month there were shipped from the St. Albans station eleven hundred and sixty-live boxes of Missisquoi water twenty-three hundred and thirty doz en bottles. ' - - Hnu.iNOAJii: ix Ni:w Yoiuc An son Burlingaino, speeial ambassador of the Chinese government, arrived in N. Y. elty on Thursday. Tin: St. Albans Brigade Band played one or two pieces from the "Bandbox" around the liberty pole last evening, and it is unnecessary to say, that their music was " tip top." The Band will j give a concert at the Academy Hall on i the evening of the ".St h inst, instead of. the iioth as previously announced. 1 - Tin; summer arrangement of 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. — 23 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MAY "QS 1368." NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS qoMKTHiKo I P.TTT TTTTQ ATT f tkau tiusi ukauviiis JOMKTHING NEAT ANI) NE"r! IN ST. ALBANS. The Orii;; Store on Lake, Street, 1868, jkJgt 1868, AND- NEW GOODS. Ogdensburgh to the "West. MONT.Y VltllNlSltKl) TO l'AV AT BARNB8 & CROWIiBY NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK XiAKB ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. , Would say to the people of Franklin County, that they nro prepared to oiler them FAIVXIXiY GROCERIES, Fresh from matUot, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholcsalo and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English lireak fast, TliP finest in tlie maiket. f you want fpupd Toas, liy pure Tons of DAItNES .V (JroWLEY, pick raspberry loauis and mix to unit your taste. You will liud it cheaper than to )uy mixed Teanof any New York Tea Company. DAllNES .V CROWLEY KEEP THE REST cor FEES. OLD (l()VRN'MK.T '"nvi JAVA, ItIO, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SFIOES. Strictly pure. Clo to UARNES A CROWLEY'S lor the best P. R. MOLASSES, SUGARHOUSE SYEUPS....

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. — 25 May 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT, MONDAY, MAY 25, 1868. Vol. T. NO. 11. Vermont Daily Transcript, PUBLISHED EACH EVENING. ujlh-v in llttrnfs" Itlncl; Luke St., St. Altuum, 17. AVriilJUR P. DAVIS, Pnoi-'it. Wniwn i p. Davis, mUor. nks, J A. Bakni TERMS : Per year, in ndvanco 8,00 Six months, in advance '1,00 Throe months, in ndvnnco, 2.00 Oiit month, in advance Advertisements should bo handed in ns early it h the morning of tin- day of their intended pub Mention. For the Truisiriit. Klines Jo i- tin: llunsonivil. Ynnkt'o thought and Yankee guns Shall guard old Acthioiicu's sons, Till in due time her" hosts ahull bo All educated, happy, free, And no more fearing Slavery's rod Outstretch her swarthy arms to God. "Jes so," says Brother Jonathan, "We'll du it, what on't isn't done. Come Sambo, Dinah conic along ! "We'll right this old infarnal wrong ; NNc've straightned out its blarsted links, Hut work unduin' all their kinks ; (Uicss Slavery's chain has gone tu smash, And sutlii...

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 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANBOJIPT, MAi 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Monday, May 25, 1808. Lett ci' from Cliieayo. The following Idler, which treats In part of matters already familiar, In some of their aspects, lo our readers, will yet, we arc conildcnt, prove of Interest. The list of delegates contained in an article in our local column was tent as a supple mont to the letter, and bcjiur made out by a delegate to the Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention, is entirely reliable : Chicago, May ll, 1SGS. Editors Transcript : This is a big town and rapidly in creasing in size. The change in its ap pearance within the last thirteen years, is radically apparent. Then the build . . ... ii it i ....... inns Vi ore iiciieiunv snmn mm unv , m , in the business portions of the city large blocks, four and live stories high, Losson f covering whole squares, stand in their places. Everything looks prosperous and thrifty hero in a fair day. When it has been raining and the fogs settle,' n Highlander would w...

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 May 1868

YEKMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MAY 25, 186S. Vermont Daily Transcript, -Monday, May 25, 1808. Local Items, RlU'lUNTKi). The poem ptibllHhcl by us Saturday, Is reprinted on the llrst page, as our edition was exhausted, and there are many who wish to possess it. Wi: hope to see Academy Hall crowd ed on Thursday evening next, at which time the St. Albans Brigade Hand will give a concert. There Is no better band in the State, and wo feel conildent in baying that those who attend will lie happily surprised at the class of music which they will hear. The outside per formances of the Hand are good; but their indoor music is much superior. Go to the concert on Thursday evening. Hon. A. O. Alois, United States Con sul at Nice, France, is expected home about the lfilh of .Juno. His family arc in excellent health and will remain in Nice for the present. When Judge Al dis intends to return to Nice, if at all, we are not informed. Mil. IIk.n'ky D. IU:iii)i:.v, formerly Adjutant of thoHlh Vt., and rec...

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 May 1868

V FIRjS I.OTSTT DATLY TRANSCRIPT, MAI '25, 1868. NEW FIRM'! AND NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS gOMETHlNG CUT THIS OUT ! JKAIJ TltlS t UUADTIMM! 1868, jssSfc 1868. NEAT. AND NEW ! MO.NF.V KtlllNlHllr.1) TO 1AY -AT- BARBS &CR0WLM AT NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK X.AXE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the people of Franklin County, that (hoy arc prepared to oiler them FA2VEILV GROCERIES, Frcah from market, at tlio lowest cash price, at Wholesale and retail, TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English lircak fast. The finest in thu niaikot. If you want inixed Teas, liny pure Teas of P.ARNKS A CROWLEY, pick raspberry loaves and inlx to suit your taste. You will tlnd it cheaper than to buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. JURNES A CIIOW1.KY KEEP TIIK REST COFFEES. OU) 00VH1tN.MK.NT JAVA, 1M0, AFRICAN, AND OHOUNI) COFFEE, spices, Strictly pure. Oo to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for the best P. XI. MOLASSES, SUGARHOUSE svaups. sua axis. P. It., HAVANA. MUSCOVADO, DEMEEAKA, AND REFINED OF ALL O HADES. If vo...

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