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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 7 August 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. Vol. I. ST. ALBAJSTS, VT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1S68. 3STO. 74. TKllMO'V t'K.Vl'llAL AM) SUM.IVA.t V HAILHOADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Conimojicinp, July 23, 180S. TItAlNS (101X0 SOUTH ANT. KAST Leavi M All'i'iis at (i.'J'i S 15 : . in., 12.0(i noon, mid S.fH) p. in. Mail Train leaves llnuc's I'd lit nt 1:10 a. in., receives passengers from Ogdensburgh 1!. 1!., and connects nt White Hiver Junction mill Hol low Falls with trains for Boston, Worcester, Springfield, and with trams on Passumpsic It. It., arrives at Now York at 10.45 p. in. Ntonntbont train leaves St. Albans at 8,45, a. a connecting at Burlington 'vith steamers for Lake Gonial', Saratoga, ,Ve. Day Lxpress loaves Montreal at 8;10 a. m., Kt. Johns nt l(l;00 a. in., Ogdoiisburgh at 5-30 a. hi., House's l'olnt nt 10:15 a. in,, for Boston, Ac, ar rivltif in Boston, ria. Lowell at 10:110 p. m. Night Express leaven Ogdcimburgh at 1.00 p. in., Montreal nt !1:!I0 p. in., House's J'oitit nt (!.!i5 p. in., St. Jo...

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. — 7 August 1868

VE"RiONT UAJLLY TRANSCRIPT, A.XJGTJST 7, 1S6S. During nil tills time, not a iuitrrcl-!( Homo word oeeuvrcu uciwecu nun mm any of his neighbors ; and yet all knew that It was from no hu-k of courage on thcp.trtof Hill, for of all the hunters that plorceil thejungles of pane hi the "Great Swamp," or descended by torch light IntothebowelHOftheOzark Mo;m taliiH, he had the reputation ofbeing the most fenrles". Ho was overwhelmingly elected again and again to the Territor ial Legislature, and distinguished him self by his powerful and inipasHioncd eloquence, and speedily became a lead er in the ranks of his own parly, lie was a member of the Convention which formed the State Constitution, and was reelected to represent his county hi the Senate of Arkansas. And now began his tecond series of misfortunes. 1 Mi's mo.-tintlmate nlgh bors were the Strongs, four brothers of considerable wealth, n great deal of am bition, and in the phrase of the country, "famous lighters." A close and cordial ...

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. — 7 August 1868

VTPwArOJNTT DVLLY T.I I ASSORT PT, AUGVHT 7, 1SG8. Vonnont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT. : Fmijay, Aoot'ST 7, 18(13. Travelers' Guide. AlllllVAl. (IF PASS UNO Kit TRAINS. From Hie South anil Kant, ",4S n. in., 10,50 n n it' .. ... u fii . ... .in U, StJ , in., O,."' .. III. From House's l'oint niul YAcst, 5,00 n. tu., 11, 50 a. in.. 7 45 1. m. From Montreal, II 15 a. in., 7 10 p. in. unrAlitt'itK ok i'Assr.N(ir.H trains. Fin tin Mouth niul East, a.m., 12 00 in. 8 (HI p. in. For lltlrlington connecting with Lake boats 8.15 n.iii. For House's Point and West, (!0"i u. in. 1100 a. in, 7 10 p. in. For Montreal, (! 10 a. in., 0 i!5 p. m. daily arrival or staous at bt. aluans. From Sneotsburgh niul Franklin, 700 p. in. From Hichfonl and Sheldon, 500 p. m. From Sheldon, 10 00 n. m. From Ilakerstleld, 11 00 n. in. daily iini'Aiiruiir. of htaoks from sr. aliianb. For Franklin and Kwci tsburgh, 7 !10a. m. For Sheldon and Hiehford, 8 a. in. For Sheldon. 2 00 p. in. For Uakersth Id, 1 00 p. ...

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. — 7 August 1868

VERMONT 'JDA.ILY TEANSCKIPT, A.XTGTTST 7, I86R. ,VD THIS, BEAD THIS. SMITH 6c FOSTER HAVlKafLnABUI) T11U OI.l) 8TAK0 AT No, 2, Danw Block ! ! MAIN STREET, iForalerm of years, lmtb closed their I'rraneh store on Lake Street, mul consolidated at No. 2, Darrow lilnck, where you can Hud many k'mvIh to 1)0 Sold at Cost, Sucli as Over Coats, Under Coats, Pants, Vonts, Shirts, Drawers, Hats Caps, Ac., Ae. Wo arc selling our Heavy Goods At cost, nnd less, to nial;o room lb our Spring Stock, that is already coming in. Wo keep the largest assortment of Full Suits, Half Suits, CoatH, Vests and Pants, Under Gar ments, Hats, Caps, Col hint. Wo not only make a speciality of tho Bemls Collar. But keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Tics, Bows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every Now Stylo. Wo ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS On prices, to can't lie heal; on quality of good, wo keep tho best. By calling at No. 2, Darrow Block, you can satisfy yourselves....

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. — 8 August 1868

Transcript. Vol. I. ST. ALBAJsTS, VT, SVTCTRJDAY, AXJG-XJST S, 1S68. NO. 75. Vermont Daily X7KltaH).T I'HNTJtAI. AXIJ St)I.l.lVA. V HAILHOADS. HUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Cbnimoiioinc July 23, 180H. trains noi.NO POfTll ASl: liAsrr Linvt St. Albans at fi.'2'i Ht."ni. in., 12.0(1 noun, and 8.0(1 1) nt. Mall Trnln loaves House's l'n nt at 1:10 n. in., receives passengers from Ogdonsbtilgh H nnd connects nt White Hiver .lunctinii anil Hol lows Fnlls with trains l'oi Hoston, Worcester, Springfield, and with trains) on Passumpxlc 11. It., arrives at Now York nt 10.45 p. m. Steamboat train loaves St. Albans at 8,45, a. in., connecting nt Hnrlington with steamers for Lnlio Gem go, Saratoga, Ao. Day l'xprcss lr an s Mnntronl at 8; 10 a. in., Kt. John's ut 10:00 a. in., Ogdonsburgh at .V80 a. in., House's l'oint at 10:15 n. in., for Huston, Ac, nr I'ivini'in liostot via. Lowell at 10::0n. in. Night Kxpn si lu.nus Ogiloiibblirgh nt 1.00 p. in., Montreal nt .1.30 p. in., House's Point at (S.:i3 p. in....

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. — 8 August 1868

VKXIMOTnT yA.IJL.Y TTUNSGIUPT, A. U OUST R, 1S6S. were left MuouHlcriiiK mnoiitf Uio trees, nu n who knew the woods kcntOFolutfe ly to the search, but the buililliife April forest hurt its ownscCrctn. , A Vlien .MrS. lrhrriH started with hdr baby in her arms from Mr).' Green's i x iicetlng momentarily to meet her luis (inii.l ulw wont, nn p.nvh'sslv. her nlten- tionbelns directed in pari to her child, andmiddenly looking up, she discover ed no white years of the axe on any tree in sight, lint hIic fancied she had only stepped out of the track, and might in a moment regain it. A Vain, fancy 1 She went on, hut nothing fiiinlllnr met her lJThc night came on. The little birds went to rest, and the owls commenced a doleful hooting. Shu wan alone with her infant in the groat sea of forests whore, never woodman's asc had echoed. Sho was lost. She sat down, faint and tired, and, woman-like began to cry. Hark I That was certainly a human shout. She arose, and boldinir her oour-i", ran breath...

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. — 8 August 1868

VKRMOTSTT JDAXJV TttAJSTSCRTPT, A.TJG-TT8T S, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. : Hattkhay, Auciust 8, u:(M. . I Travelers' Guide. .iiHiv.i. or l'ABsr.Kui.u Tiutss. Prom the South niid East, o,43 a. in. 10.50 n.m 0,25 p. in , H,(ill p. in. From House's Point nml West, G.GU, in., 11, 50 a. m.. 7 t" p. m. From Montreal, 11 16 a. m., 7 10 p in. linrAinriiK or iahsi:nihii Ti.utfs. Forth. South nml East, 0 20 a.m., 12 00 m. 8 1,0 ! " . Tor llnrlington connecting with I.nki- Ilo.ils 8.15 a m. For House's I'oint anil Wist, f0.i a.m. II 0(1 n, in. 7 10 p. m. Tor Montreal, 0 10 a. m., 0 !M m. j That llesolntlon. We have been requested by nsubscrlb jor ami correspondent, ami herewith comply Willi the request, to publish the resolution alluded to in an editorial ar ticle a few days since, witli the vote on the reMilutlon in the Stale Senate. The whole may lie found on page '1'u of the Senate .lotirnal for ISO". The resolu tion waH introduced by Mr. Ilendee, of Lamoille County. Th...

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. — 8 August 1868

VJSRMOjSTT DA.ILY ''RANSCRl l'T, A. UG XTST 8, 1868. R EAD THIS, HEAD THIS. jyjri:w FIRM Fit u.i t, cox fectloxfu r, NEW FIRM! CUT THIS OUT II .1 OUGHTON'S OYSTKR 110USI2, 1868. llAsr.Mt'.NT- KM) SMITH tL FOSTER ItAVlNOt.r.EAsllt) Till! 01,1) HTAXti 'AT No, 2, Danw Block ! ! MAIN STREET, For a term 6f vearf, havd'clfsed tlmir branch store on Lal(o'S"trcfit. and consolidated at No. 2, Darrow Muck, where vm can find many goods to be Sold at Cost, Such an Over Coat, UiultT Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, HtitH Caps, Ac, Ac. Wo aro telling our Heavy Goods At coat, and lens, to mako room to our Spring Stock, that is already coming in. Wo keep tho largest assortment of Full Suits, Half Suits, Coats, Vests and l'ants, Undur Gar ments, Hats, Caps. Collars. Wo not only make a speciality of the licmis Collar. But keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Bows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every Now Style. Wo ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GO...

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. — 10 August 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT, MONDAY, ATJGMJST lO, 1868. 3STO. 76. Vol. I. VERMONT I'KXTUAIi AM) Sfl.l.lVAN BAILBOADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT ConnnonoiiiR July 23, 1808 TIU1NN OOtSII SOfTII ASH KANT Lea vi St. All.aiiH at fi.2'i sir, a. in., 12.00 liimn, mill 8.(10 ii. m. Mail Train loaves House's Pont at 4:10 a. in., teecives passengers from Ogdoiishurgh 1!. 1! . nml connects nt Whito lliver Junction anil Bel lows Falls with trains for Boston, Worcester, Springfield, ami with trains on Passumpsic It, It., arrives nt Now York nt 10.45 p. m. Steamboat trnin lrnvoH St. Albans al 8,45, a. in , connecting at Burlington with rteameiH for Lake Gem go, Sarn toga, Ac. iny Express leaves Montreal at 8;10 n. in., St. Johns at 10:00 n. in., Ogdolisburgh at ":)() n. in., House's Point at 10:15 a. in., for Boston, Ac., ar- rivlnp in Boston, na. Lowell at 10::iod. in. CLOTHING STORE g OMETH1NO -ON- liAKK STHUl'iT. WARD &. BVRNES. Uealeis in alii kinds of NEAT AND NEW !;G R () SERIES M...

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. — 10 August 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, AUGUST lO, 1S6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALIlAXd, VT. : iMoNDAY AUGUST 10, (803. The Old Spirit. Our rontlow, who liiivi- rend tho lotter ' of Gen. JUnlr, and the remarks of Clou. Vmlo Hampton, will recognize (he faut (.hat (ho nrepent leaders of (he Demo cracy are ne(na(ed hy the name sjilrll which caused the late rebellion thoy mean to "rule or ruin." The most in fluential Democratic paper take the same course, as witness the La Crosfo! Democrat and tho World, with the ma jority of Southern papers. On the trial of the "rule or ruin" game hi the late rebellion, which seems to he forgotten by the Democracy, a Union man, once in n while, took the conceit out of the "white supremacy" chiefs, and brought them to a proper understanding of their real situation. This was done once in 1802, as the following correspondence shows, and will be done again, wo do not doubt, under the leadership of the same man. The position of afTairsnow and then has a similarity...

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. — 10 August 1868

VIORMONT DAILY rrilAN'SOBT.PT, A.XJG-UST lO, 1868. Vermont Daily-Transcript. ST. A LHANS, VT.: Monday, Auocst 10, lsrus. Travelers' Guide. Alll'.lVAI. or 1 ASHKNnr.lt TltAI.VH. From the Mouth and East, fi,lB n. in., 10,50 n.m 0,y.1 1). in., H,(t() p. in. l'li.in Rouse's l'oliit nml West, 6,B0 a. in., 11, G0 a in 7 15 p. in. FiomMnntich), 1U5 a. in., 7 10 p.m. DEVAirrnir. or lusfliixmin muss. For the .South nntl Kant, 120 n.m., 12 00 m. 8 oil p. in. 1' ir Burlington connecting with Lake Boats 8.1 j :i in. For Rohm-'S Point and West, C0j a.m. 1100 a. m. 710 p. in. For Montroul, C 10 a. it)., 0 3j p. m. DAILY AllItlVAI. OF STAor.3 AT ST. At.llANH. From Swectsburgh anil Franklin, 7 00 p. m. From Richford unil Sheldon, 500 p. in. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. From Bakcrsllcld, 11 00 a. in. DAit v i)i.iAiiTrnr. or htaoi:h riio.n st. ai.iiaxh. For Frnnldm mnl Swootsburgh, 7 00a. m. Fur Sin liloii nml Richford, 8 n. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For BaUrstiild, 1 00 p. m. Stnges call nt tho soAcr...

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. — 10 August 1868

VEBMONT DA.IJLY TRANSCRIPT, A.UGMJST lO. 186S. READ THIS,! HEAlf T1IIB. SMITH 6l FOSTER . .. i , Of. ' 1 ' . HAVINQ LEASED THE OLD STAK1) AT No, 2, Darrow Block ! ! MAIN GTHHET, For a term of yearn, have closed their branch Bloro on Lnko S'troet. ami consolidated at No. 2, Darrow Block, where you can llnd many goodH to be Sold at Cost, Such aw Over Coats, Under Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Hats Caps, Ac, Ac We aro selling our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to niako room lb our Spring Stock, that is already coming in. Wo keep the largest assortment o"f Full Suits, Half Suits, Coats, Vests and Pants, Under Gar ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. Wo not only make a speciality of tho Bemls Collar, Bnt keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Hows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every New Stylo. We ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS On prices, we can't bo beat; on quality of goods, wo keep tlio best. By calling at No. 2, Harrow Block, you can s...

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. — 11 August 1868

,,, . i ., . niiiii iipwiiiiii im irni urn in ir muwiw Vermont ST. ALBA.3STS, VT, TUESJOAY, AXJG-XJST 11, 1868. "Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, OJltt I'l hlisiikii uach evening. in Unrm'fi1 Jltocl; Lake ,"(., SI. Allium, WILHrU 1 DAVIS, l'lioP'H. WlLlU'lt P. Davis, 1 ., AMIOXT B A JINKS, )l'(,0,' VI. TEltMS : Per year, in advance, ?8,00 Six months, in advanco 4,00 Three months, in advance, ". 2.00 Onr in ntlt. in advance 75 Hi v!in nf should bo handed in n oarly d as Hi. li tn i niii of the day of their intended pub- CSOTSIHXffG .g uimethino -ON- IiAICIi HTHKKT. :NEAT AND NEW MORTON & PEROT! Having bought nf O. W. Hlodgott entire stock of his now and Thtji Won't Trouble You Lour. ('liildrtii fcrow up nothing on enrtli irrow so lut its cmitiroii. n was out vostonlnv.iuitl Hint lnd wiw playing wilh tops, a liuoyiinl boy. lie i.s a man, anil Kono now ! Tlicro is no more chikLliooil for him and for us. Life has ulaimed liini. Sviion a beginning in madu, it is like ravelling a sto...

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. — 11 August 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, AUGTJST 11, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. : Tuksday August 11, 18G8. llcvcditai'H lloiioi's. Wo copy from tho London Times of July 20 the following editorial nrtiele, which Indicates that Democratic prin ciples are gaining an ascendancy far greater than we had supposed among the thinking men of Circuit Britain. "When tho ablest and most influential of English papers comes out so strongly against the hereditary Peerage, wo may suppose with some reason that It is in fluenced by or that it influences public sentiment greatly, and thai the day of th n hlL'host nrivileires on account of birth, etc., is drawing to a close. The Idea of passing a law pensioning some ouoyet unborn, or who has in noway won a title to recognition, could arise only in a country where a lucky acci dent of birth Is counted equal with the deserts of genius; and the increasing in telligence of tho English unifies will soon make the carrying out of such an Idea impossible....

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. — 11 August 1868

V JCTtt EOT "DATLY 'rRANSORFP'.r, yV LTG-TTST 11, 1SGS. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. A IHANS, VT. : Tt isDAY, August 11, lSfts. Travelers' Guide. VI. OK PASSBSMliU TltAlNH. Fioiu the South nml Knht, 0,Jn. in., 10,VI a. in C,r p. in., 8,0(1 1. in. I roni House's Point mid Went, n,50 i. in., 11, a in 7 15 p. in. From Montreal, 11 13 a. in., 7 40 p. in. Dri-AiiTt iti: or i'Assi:sor.n yu.u.vs. Fir Mi. south and East, 11 20 n. m., 1200 in. 8 0 I i.. in. For PurUngtoii conhecting with Lake Heats 8.11 UM. For House's Point ami West, 00) a.m. 11 00 a. in. 7 10 p. in. For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., 0 IVi p. in. IJAII.Y AlllttVAI. or HTACir.S AT ST. AM1ANS, From Snoetslmrh anil Franklin, 700 p in. From Hichford anil Sheldon, ouu p. m. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From Uahirslkld, 11 00 a. in. duly ' PAin-nii: oi-KTAOi;a most sr. ai.iianc For Fi ,iiil.lin ami SwcetHlmrgh, 7 !10a. in. For Shi ld.m ami Hichford. S SO a. in. For Sin ldi in, li 00 p. in. For Unit ruin hi, 1 00 p. in. Stages call ut tin'...

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. — 12 August 1868

vj;hai.ojs:t daily transcript, a.uxutst 1 808. Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANrf, VP. : WUDNHSDAY At'(it;sT 12, IStlK. Tlie Tcni pontine f'ttunc. A Hill win presented before (lie ling lish Ilont-c of Commons during Inst sea Hion, called the Sunday Liquor Rill, and referred to a Select Committee, who re ported against It, and it failed of passing. The bill was, as Its name partly indi cates, for the purpose of closing, on Sun day, places where liquor is kept for sale, so far at least as to prevent such sale on Sunday. In their report, the Commit tee allude to the steady Improvement in the morals, habits, tates, and manners of the people, resulting from the advance Mmi. the wider diflusion of li-due. and the moral inlluences brought to bear upon them. They oh-1 serve that the upper and middle classes are far more temperate at the present day than they were at the early part of the century, and as they believed that as the working classes advance in self Improvement, the vice of dr...

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. — 12 August 1868

V.Ti:IOTT DATLY TOANSCRTPT, ALTO-ITST 13, 1868. Vormont Daily Transcript, .si. AlllANS, VT. : WlDMSDW, Al'OFKT 12, Travelers' Guide. I Tin: Democrats and Conservative of ' Lamoille County, hold their Convention nt Hyde Park on the Uist hist. chniacter, its inlhtenee, though not FOIt IMMNIIWMT, IHrsS. UIHIN.W. HI' I'.VISl'.S'Ot'.It l'UAl.VS. iniu tin Smith mid Fast, 5,18 n. m., 10,511 ii.m ,25 p. in., 8,00 p. in. irom jioimo ronu aim iicsi, ,uu u. in., u,- 0 ft. ni.. 7-15 p. in. From Montreal, 11 45 n. in., 7 10 p. in. DrrAiiTfiir. or l'As.iKNor.n trains. l or tin South and F.ast, (121 ft. nt., 12 00 in. 00 p. m. For lJtirliitjjrtr.il ciuiiicetinn with I.aho Hunts l"i ii tn. 1 ir lti.u-i l'nint ninl Went. 005 n. m. .11 00 . in. 7 10 l. in. lnr M m.ri al, 0 10 n. in., 0 35 p. in. I T rci vuitHi'i' v (if Vhmoxt. Tho next Freshmen Clu?s of the University of Vermont will nuinlier tilmut twenty-live. I'osi'MAsfnn A'r Utrsi'H Point. Thomas II. Slingsby has Ijclmi re-ap-polntcd Postmaster a...

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. — 12 August 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, AUG-ITST 12, 1868. 1868. .-j&tSjSEfi jaaEsfc1868,.!CUT THIS OUT iNJUW FIRM! QII.VUl.KH U'YMAs, AD THIS, HEAD THIS. 1847 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, 7 Ogdensburgh to the West. NEW GOODS. MONEY KtlUMMir.l) TO 1'AY I 'M t Cm, Northern Ti'ftitsportatloti'CaiiyHi h i' Tho only Through Dally Lino between Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 And Intermediate Ports. Only Six Days Through With" I out Change of Boat. This well known mid reliable Company, will, 1 (luring tho present Season, run their Lilnc o: first cuss Upper Cabin Steamers daily, botweor. Ogdonsburgli, Oswego, Clovoland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and IntcrmediaU parts, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex press train from the Kant. PASSENGERS AND FA MIL MS Moving West, Jan embark with their luggage, Teams, Stock .vc, and hind together witlioul disturbance or transhipment, at their port ol destination, thus avoiding the great inconven ience of the many changes, delays and expen ses, of other r...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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