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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 1 August 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS VT, PBTDAY, AUGrUST L 18GS. "Vol. I. INTO. 69. Vermont Daily Transcript, PCHLISHIN) EACH UVHNIXCI. (( in lliirnii' Murk; Lahr St., SI. MUitnt. I 1. WILBUR I'; DAVIS. lMtop'n. Wii.nt'u 1 Davis, i i.ih,- thumb: Per year, in advance, $8,00 Six months, In advance 1.00 Three month, In advance, 2,00 Out month, In advaneo 75 Adwrtisi melds should be lmndod in as early us the morning or tin' day of their Intended pub lication. M 'atonic FiuitcvtiUu hi Nnr YovL: At the annual communication ol free and accepted Masons of the Stale hold in New York recently, the (hand Sec retary reporled the receipts for the year, G7,2i!2. Fifty-one new lodges had re ceived warrants, and twenty-eight dis pensations nincc the last communica tion. The number of lodges that made returns and paid dues at the last annual communication was 6012, from which have been derived the following statis tics. Kumber of initiations for the year ending the 1st of May, 1807,8,877 ; num ber o...

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 August 1868

VERMONT 13A.XLY TEA 3STS CRT PT, AUCxUST 1, 186S. Vermont Daily Transcript, . ST. ALBANS, VT. ! Hatuhday August 1, IS08. 1'vof. rillv'H New System of Ay . rieulfiiri: ""Vu huvc let'i'lvcil u piuiiphlet of llf. teen paces with the nliovo title. It im ports to be un osny rend before the J'.cd forl(N. 11.) Fnnners Clul) by John A. Riddle, JiP(i.,of Mnneheslor, N.ll. Although u very niengre and unsntls- faetory exposition of M. Ville's syntcin, it is neverthekw worthy the attentive perusal of every progiesxive ugrieultur 1st. It may be ordered from the itutlior. Prlee 2." eentc. . There is an lntcn?e )ioiular prejudice aniiinsf sclentiile men as opposed to practical and many of our contem poraries are very lavish of their praise ofM. Ville as a purely praet leal man. That many of the conclusions arrived at by Keienlitle men do not stand the test of practical application cannot bedenicd but that ten thousand "practical experi ments" fail while one or two scientific deductions are found t...

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 August 1868

VR'RvrOTSTT DA TLY rrRA.N8CR!PT, .A.UG-XTST 1, 1.8GS. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. A L, HANS, VT. : Sati'huay, August 1, lfifiS. Travclors' Guide. AMiiv.u. or rAssrxonn thaiss. From the South and East. 5.48 a. in., 10.50 n.ni ),V5 p. in., 8,00 p. in. From House's Point nml WflHt, 5,50 ft. in,, 11, V) a in., 715 p. in. I rum .Monti cm, n -id . in., i in p.m. in 1'AiiTfui: or i'Aimr.Niit:u tiiainh. For tin South and F.ast, li'iil a.m., I'JOO in. -S oo p. in. For llunuiKl''ii connoting with Luke lloalu 8 15 a m. For House's Point and Went, 005 ii. in. 11 00 ii. m 710 p. in. ror .Montreal, u in a. m., u u.i p. in. DAii.v Aimivvi. or htaiiks at st. amunh. From Sneetsburgh ami Franklin, 700 p. lii. From ltiehford and Sheldon, 5 00 p. in. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. 1 nun Ilalt(-rslicld, 11 00 n. in. nvii.v M rMtrrm. or sror.s rno.M sr. ai.iia.vk. For Franklin and Swcetslmrgh, 7 .10 u. t it. For Sin ldon nml ISiclifnrd, H () a. in. l or Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For llakcrsli, 1,1, 1 00 p. m. St...

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 August 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANS OEIPT, ATJG-TJST 1, 186S. N-.;E W FIRM ! jJ-EW FIRM FliUJT, CONFECTIONER V, VT. TEANSCRIPT iCUT THIS OUT RK D THIS, READ THIS. 1868, .&SSB51868, AND NEW GOODS. -AXW- moni:v KtniNlSUKl) TO VAY Ogdensburgh to the West. MRNB8 & OROWLBY -AT- NO. 2 BARNES BLOCK JjAXH ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the vcople of Franklin County, that they aro prepared to offer them FAMX1V GROCERIES, FrcBli from market, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholesale) and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tho finest in the niniKct. If you .want mixed Teas, buv pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to suit vour taste. Yon will ilnd it cheaper than to buy inixed Teas of nnv New York Tea Company. BARNES A CROWLEY KEEP THE BEST COFFEES. OL' lOVERNMENT JAVA, HIO, AFRICAN, and ground coffee, SPICES. Strictly pure. Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for tho beat H. MOLASSES, SUGAHHOUSE STBUPS. SUGARS. P. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMERARA, AND REFINE...

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. — 3 August 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBAJLSTS VT, MOjSTDAY, A.TJG-CTST 1.868. Vol. I. NT). 70. i t i-n..-i.m ..;,.J. , Vermont viiuy lruiiburijji, pi bushed each evknino. Office hi Hume' Mack, Lake St., St. Mbmm, 17. j WTLIIUH P. DAVIS. I'rop'k. Wilbur P. JUviH, 1 alitor I,.MI.V1' HAltiW'-O, ) terms: l'er yoaiyln udvaiico, $8,00 Six months, in ndvanco 4,00 Thrco months, in advance 2,00 One month, in advance 75 Ailvi i'IIh. mints should he handed in aH early as tin jnoruing of the day of their intended pub lieation. The Orifiiifitor of' MoriiKtiil.tni. A VorinontcurroHDUiuluiit of tho N.Y, livening Post claims for Micldlctown, in that Slate, the infamy of having origin ated Monnoniain. Or rather claims for one Wood, who lived In Middletown, tills infamy, for the inhabitants gen erally seem to have regarded the abortion with becoming disgust. Wood is represented as a proud, headstrong, power-loving man, too good in his own estimation probably, but real ly too bad, to be tolerated in the Chr...

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. — 3 August 1868

VEEMONT XA.TT,"V rr.RANSCETPT3 ALFG TJST a 1S6S Vermont Daily Transcript ST. ArHANK, VT. : Monday Arm'srO, ISOR. I'eaee Tlivoinjh I'ietnra. Under military rule, mid during the reconstruction movements Avliich liavc brought seven of the Strifes of the South fo for along thnt they have adopted new Btnie Con.tltutionn, and elected State Officers and United States Senators and "Representatives, negroes equally Aviih white men have exercised the privilege of the suffrage. Those States are now governed by civil instead of military rulers, and by civil Instead of military laws. The lawB which govern them in clude of course the Constitution of the rutted States, with the fourteenth amendment. The fourteenth amend ment provides that "Heprccntaflves shall be appointed among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of nersonsin each State, excluding In dians not taxed ; but when the right to vole at anv election for the choice of elect om of President...

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. — 3 August 1868

Vermont Daily Trim script. ST. ALP.ANS, VT.: Monday, Arursr !!, isns. Travelers' Guide. wiiuvu. "I rveirNOKn tiia'Ss. I ii m the Sntltlt ilid Last, fi, 18 n. in.. 1M, VI ii.m 0,j p. in . h.IKi l. in. 1 Him house's I'niiit .net West, u,." ; in.. 1 1 -oi ii iii.. 745 . in. in. in Montreal, 11 l" .i. in., 7 40 p. m. M 1 UUTr.l. 'ii- I'AJ .r.Ntlt.ll THUS". I ii'. -.mh h'.'l K i -!, f!'1 a.:.'., 1'jn.i i.i. Il 1'. Ml. 1 i li i, '.mtoii i ...i.i in.;: with I D t i ii in. lor houses l'ollit 1111(1 West, OO.'i . iii. 11 i .'J . . Ill 7 111 p. 111. l'.ir Montreal, (i 10 a. ni. I) .1.3 p. in. DULY AltlUVAI. OK ST.UU-.S AT ST. U.IUN.H. From fiwcetslmrgh find Franklin. " 1'. ni. I'roin lllchford nml Sheldon, 600 i. in. In in Sin Moii. 1 ("i u. in. I'i-. iJlulvll-HfilM. 11 HO II. in. I, 11.1' Ml II Kl. Ill" sI'Vil'.s Tll.lM si. AI.IMN-. I. ir J'i .n:. l.n mi I '.! 1 mi;rli , 7 :' 1 .i . in l di Si-, Mum mill li'.chlnrd. s .10 n. in. Kill ' . I lull, " (I.I l. 111. 1 i.r li.il, islu Id. J mi p. i...

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. — 3 August 1868

A'BEMONT DAILY TIAN-SCIRIPT, AUGUST 3, 1S6S- N E Y F I R M ! TEW FIRM VT. TRANSCRIPT I CUT THIS OUT E HAD THIS', HEAD THIS. 1868, jtnz - AND NEW GOODS. Ogdcnsburgh to tho West. JOB MO.NliY KUltNISlir.l) TO PAY rOR YOUR PAPER ! 'LBV NO. 2 BlRjtfES' LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the people or Franklin Comity, that llioy are pupated to offer tliem rAivi2i.Y cjrocjejRjESS, Frcali from market, nt tho lowest cash price, at Wholesales ami retail. TEAS. Young llvson, Japan, Oolong and English Rroak IohI. 'J'l'iu finest in tho market. If yon want mixed Teas, huv pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick "raspberry leaves and mix lit nit your tasto. You will timl it cheaper than to buy mixed Toasofanv New York Tea Company. BARNES CROW LEV KEEP THE BEST oorri!i33. 0L UOVEENME.T JAVA, mo, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SLICES. Strictly puio. Go lo BARNES ft CROWLEY'S for the best R. MOTjASSES, sugahhouse svhups. SUGAIIS. P. 11., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMERAHA, AND REFINED or ALL 0 HADES. If you wo...

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. — 4 August 1868

Transcript. - Vol. I. ST. AL.BA.2Sry VT.9 TUESDAY, AUG-LIST 4-, 1.863. aSTO. 71. Daily Vermont Vermont Daily Transcript,; rriiMsinn) i:aoii evening. Jin .n llni'm' llhivl; Lake St., St. Alhann, 17. WIL1HTH 1 DAVIS, Phop'h. Wiiiiifit 1', Davis, v.itfnv AliMOXT lUltNES, JM'"- TliltMS: Per year, in advance, fu,uu Six months, in advanco 4,00 Thvoo months, in advance., 2,00 Ono month, in advance "5 VdvertiHt nU'tits should be handed in as early as tho morning of tin' tiny of their intended nub lieatioh Chief JusTirn Ciiasi:. Ah Sliori-j htn ivitiurlu-a oi tin1 Jew Jsimt?, wiio , preluiulud to lui vu liucomu it C'luiHtlan, , tluit ho, like the blank loaves between the Old and Now TestinientH. belonged to neither diyneiiMitlon, so Chief Justice , t'liase, by bin reeont aililiationH with 1 the JJenHK'iaey, and 1uh openly avowed disgust with thi' turn ol allairs at aNcw York, maj lie regarded as neither a Uo publiean nor a Democrat. In a recent conversation with an iiitollijroiit YvchI ern g...

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. — 4 August 1868

VERMOTsTT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, AUGUST k 1868. R HAD THIS, f RHAD THIS.' I SMXTR fit rOSTER iuvino tr.Ar.n Tin: ot.n m.xv at No, 2, Darrow Block ! I1 MAIN STREET, For a term of years, hao closed 1 1 ti I branch store on Lake Street, and consolidated at No. 2, Darrow Mock, where yoii can llnd many kucxIh to bp Sold at Cost, Such a.i Over dials, Under Goats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, lints Caps, Ac., Ac. Wo. aro Helling our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to mako room l'o our Spring Stock, that is already coming in. Wo keep tlio largest assortment of Full Suits, Half SuitH, Coats, Vests and I'ants, Under Gar ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. We not only mako a speciality of the Bcmis Collar. lint keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Bows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for salo, every Now Stvlo. We ask atten tion of all who wish C L 0 T II I N G FURNISHING GOODS On prices, wo can't ho heat; on quality of goods, wo keep the best, By calling at Xo. 2, Darrow Block, you can sati...

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. — 5 August 1868

Vermont Transcript. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript. l-rni.isiini) i:aoii r.VKNixti. ii, lluna HI'ivl.; htkr St , SI. .U'!S, WILIU'U P. D.VYIS, lMtoi'Mi. Wilhuh 1 Almon tehms: lVv year, in advance, 3,Q0 Six months, in advance ;i,00 Throo month, in advance, 2,00 Oni mmth. in advance " Mvirt - n-'iit" hIhiiiM bo handed in an eaily list tli( i 1'itninK "f llir d;iyir I heir intended nub Illation (VntNO Tim Haul There i a com iiiou tml false notion Hint fiV(iK-iiL uui ting the linir is fuvoinble. to its health and growth. Mothers thus often des poil their inlniilHof their silken loekn, with the idea Hint Hie hair will bemueli more rieh and abundant. This is an or-! ror. "The most beautiful and abound ing head- of hair 1 ever huw," snyn Dr. t'asen ive, "were tho.-e whieh theheis sors had never touched." Mothers, not satisfied with tiln.nilnirtlie hairoi their children, often have it shaved or cut close to the scalp, when they find if i losing some of its brilliancy or falling out. Kxoep...

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. — 5 August 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript, . ST. ALBANS, VT. : Wi:Nr.HDAY Auni'STC, 180. Visitors at ttir White J hut sr. The TW&micVi "Washington corrcrfpon ilcnt of the !id Inst, nays that Ckui. Itoua BOau was a visitor nt the "White Houpo Monday. After hl.a nrrival therefrom the Pacific coast as a witness In the im peachment trial, he was granted font months' leave of alwence, to date from June 15, consequently he is not expect ed to assume command of his new de partmentLouisiana and Arkansas hefore October next. Until lie does, Gen. Buchanan remains in charge. Democratic Jpoliticians talk of having Oen. Ilousseau take the stump for Sey mour ami Blair this Fall. The Presi dent was kept very busy to-day in re celvlng visitor?. A few picayune ofll cesare vacant, and for these there are nnsta of nniilieaiits. There are some persons from Maine, representing the ii tcrests of the Seymour and Blair ticket in that State, who are striving to have Mr. Johnson do something for the tick et bvniakiiiL' 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. — 5 August 1868

VKRf.O"TT DAJJA' T 11 ANSCEIPT, A.TJQ-UST 5, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Mlsslmnol S))iit(s. ST. ALBANS, VT. : Wednesday, August 5, Travelers' Guide. 1H08. aiiuivai. or r-Assr.xor.it thains. From the Ninth ami East, 6,48 a. m., 10.50 a.m 0,251). m H,t!(li. id. ,...,,. Fitmi It iin 's Point ami West, 5,50 a. in.. 11, 60 a. in.. 745 p. in. Irotn Montreal, 11 15 a. m., 7 40 p. in. DI.l'AllllMir. 01' l-ASSKNOIlll TUAt.NS. For tin South and East, G'JO a. in., 12 00 m. y 00 p. in. , ' , , . For lmrliiiKtoli conucetini,' Lake lloats 8.13 a, in. . . For House's Point and West, (!0) a.m. 1100 a. in. 7 10 p. in. For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., (1 35 p. in. Mr. .1. C. Fltzpatrk-k of Ik'iY. )'. i mW visited Sheldon on Saturday last, i Wo take thi' followlii: extract from his ititurestiuif U'tU-r: The modern history of the Mtmlsquol Springs isbriolly told. They had heoii known und employed hy t lie country people hereabouts for scrofulous n libe llous over since the whites sotted the little town ...

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. — 5 August 1868

R ead mis." head rum. TsTKAV "FrKIST! (!UT THIS OUT J.JOtJOHTOS'S OYKTF.lt HOUSE, ,1868. j&zEz j&s5ia:1868, iiNi,insT AMI FOSTER HAViNci i.r.Asr.n theouistakh at c. No. 2, Dunw Block ! !! MAIN STIIIIET, Tor a term .;dr joins", liao closod. tijOir br.inalt store on Lnkb Street, and rmiiuillilatwl nt No. 2, ' Dnrrow Block, where vou can find many goods to be .",? sSold at Coslv- Suih aH Oor ContH, Under Coats, Pants. Xenix, I Shirts, Drawers, Hats Cups, Ve., Ac. c aro ' silling niir i Heavy (Jo oils At cost, and less, to ninko room in our Spring Stock, that'is already coming in., Wo koep tho largest assortment of ' ': Full Suits, Half Suits, CoatsVcsts and Pants, Undor Gar ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. Wo not only make a speciality of the Hcmls Collar. But keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Bows, and Knots. Wo havo and kcap for sale, every Now Style. We ask atten tion of all .who wih ' ' C L 0 T H I N G FURNISHING GOODS On juices, we can't be boat: on quality...

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. — 6 August 1868

Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT.. rr.LI.LTBSl.)AY, AUG LIST G, 1S68. Vol. I. H"0. 78. Vermont Daily Yermoiit Daily Transcript, l'rniiisiinn bach i:vi:xixn. njjU-i in llitriwx' llfock, Lake SI,, St. Mixta, 17. WILlint '. DAVIS. PlioP'H. Wilbur P. IJav's, 1 jMitorx, I AIj.MU.Vr l.v.Hil., J TKHMS: Per year, in advance, : S3, 00 Six months, in advatico 1,00 Thrco months, in atlvanco, 2.00 Onr month, in advance 7.") Advertisements should lio handed in ns early iiH tlio morning or tlic day of their intended null' licatimi. Facet in: When Dortton tnkcrt Hnuiniicpooplu . till over tlic State sneeze "Mnsn-cliu. setts." A writer may be said to bo more free tlinn n king, innsmueh aa he can ; "choose ills own subjects." When Adam asked Eve for the Iht kiss, what was her reply? I don't care Adam, if you do. Open your mouth but seldom, audi never but to the point and purpo.-e; shut it close when misjudging friendship, holds the glass to your lips. He slow in ehosinira friend and slow er to change him ...

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. — 6 August 1868

I, Ul , JLV VKXMONT DAILY TnAISTSCra PT5 AIIGTTST 6, LS6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANrf, VT.: Thuhshay Atuu'RT 0, 1808. Political Ajjhirs in Louisiana. The Tribune's Wellington lottoi' of the -tth hist., fn.VH that several persons who arrived from Now OrluuiiH on that day represent political ntl'alrs hi Louis Isiima to ho hi a Very deplorable condi tion. The power of the Union men hi the State Is only Hiiperilcial, while the real power is hi the hands of the ex-rebels. Since Sheridan and Mower were re lieved from command the military there has been lined solely to aid the ex-Ucb-cIh and defeat the laws of Congress. Af ter the nomination of Seymour and Illalr was made the Democratic party began a thorough organization, and they now boast that thoy will carry the State for Seymour if they have to kill every "nigger" on its soil in doing to. The Seymour Knights and Hlulr Guard, having been organized, and drill as regu larly as if they were military. They are disposed in regime...

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. — 6 August 1868

VKUMOISTT 3DA.1L.Y rrRAN"SCPTLyJ. AJJGTT8T 69 1S6S. ermoiit Dnily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. : Tut HSDAY, AuriUST (i, IRISS. Travelers' Guide. AltlllVAI. Df l'ASSrNOllll TltAlNH. from the South and East, 5,43 a. in., 10,50 .1.111 ,'lo p. in., 8,1)0 p. in. 1 rom House's 1'oint nml West, 5,50 n. ni., 11,- n n tit 7 .l"t It 111 From Montreal, 11 lo i. in., i iu p.m. nrrAiiTUiiF. of i'Ashi:n(ikh tiiaiss. l or tin South and Hast, fi'20 a.m., 12 00 in. (V.) v in. lor Jniriuigtoii connecting wiui i.auo mmis '1j I" . . .. lor 1! nib(' li'iiit nml West, uii.i n. in. nou .111, 710 p. m. Tor M mtrc.il. 0 10 a. in., II 1)3 p. in. MoltH StfOOTiNU IN SintHWsnt'UY. Notwithstanding tlio fat nl results grow injr out of the? dlilleulty between the UiUoIi and Plumloy fuinllifrt in Shrews htirv, which we have already chroni cled, il seems tho end is not yet. Tuesday evening, about Jlvo o'clock, as Daniel Raich stopped from tho door of his father's residence, to the yard, a ball struck him In the foreh...

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. — 6 August 1868

VEKMOT DAILY TRANSOBIPT, A.TJGTJST K EAt THIS, HEAD THIS. SMITH fit FOSTER IIAVINQ LEAHini THE OMI HTA..'!) AT No, 2, Darrow Block ! ! MAIN STREET, For a term of years, liavu closed tlit-n- lii-.uioli store on Lake Street, and consolidated at No. 2, Darrow Block, where yon can 11ml many goods to bo Sold at Cost, Suih as Over Coats, Under Coats, Pauls, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Hats Caps, Ac, Ac Wo are selling onr , Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to mako room lb our Spring Stock, that is already coming in. Wo keep tho largest assortment of Full Suits, Half Suits, Coats, Vests and Pants, Under Gar ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. Wo not only mako a speciality of the Bcmis Collar. lint keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Bows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every Now Stylo. We ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS On prices, wo can't he heat: on quality of goods, wo keep tho hest. By calling at No. '2, Darrow Block, you can satis'fy yourselves. Xo ...

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