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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 5 September 1868

Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT.5 SATURDAY, S KPTJDMBTGR 5, 1868. Vol. I. NO. 99. Vermont Daily nunmiit llm hir ' 'rail CPTint.. 1'1'IIMSIIJ.I) EACH EVENING. bee in Harm' M.nL; l.akv St., St.-Albaun, IV. WILBUR 1 DAVIS. Puop'r. YVlLlll'U Almost TERMS : m U if or year, in advance, ,'Yu hreo months, in advance, AUU lit month, m advance J Advertisements should bo handed in as curly . t .1... .1 ! il...!.. 1.. ...... mill. T II1I1IIII1M. Ill 11U.111II.O I I till llioril UK' Ol l Hi' "v 'i nil" iun.ii.in. i.i...- :ltlClll. i u j i mi in n . mi i i.i 1 1 Bui 1 BUSINESS CARDS. 3.RM-.i (ROWLEY. Dealer in (ii-occiic ntul Wist India 'i'.uilH or every description, irn.s iw Ri n k, Lake Street, St. Albans, Vcr out. -Ni-ir TTit.t.uiii i ui gngtox. Ann iXEv a J f l IJIIIIOU'I'I ittKf IHH Ml U.'l 111 v . rv. Olllee Willi II S. Itoycc, Braincrd Block, l' a r'...i.i... II,.. 4i i i nmi s:n iin!iti in I'ltfiii. . Albans, t. ma-iy II.I4Y, UAV1S iV: ADAMS, COUNSELOR-! VI' IiAV and Solicitors in Clmiiiciy. l...

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 September 1868

VERrONT DAILY TRAjSTSCKT PT, SEPTEMBER r, 1S6S. neighborhood. In their best arrny, b.U on thu door-sills, crouched on the side walk, or walked nneaslly about. The bullies, pugilists, short boys, and light ers that swarm this neighborhood gath ered In knots not far from Allen's door, conspicuous among whom was Kit Burns, who keeps tho notorious don for dog lighters near Allen's dance-hone. The shutters in Allan's hou&o wore closed. The door was thrown wide open. The bar stood, but all the drink ables had been removed. Several cleri cal gentlemen occupied the little gal lery assigned to the tiddler.-'. The seat of honor was given to Mrs. Allan and her children. Allen made himself general ly conspicuous in assigning poonlo seats or standing room. The whole house was packed, and among the audience were a few keepers of dance-houses, and a few dancing girls. The meeting partook of the nature of a camp meet ing. It was said that Mr. Allen called it himself, without the advice of any o...

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 September 1868

"VTCTl rO"NTT T)yVTTr TRANSCRIPT, SlJPTKMBIGK 5, 1S6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALII ARB, VT. S YTtUDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1R08. Travelers' Guide. 'l IttV l. T VAHSKNOr.ll Tlt.UNS. From th south nmt East, 0,18 a. in., 10,50 a. m 0.2.1 o. in , 8.0(1 11. in. . . ., Fiun Rouse's l'olnt ami West. O.oU a. in., 11, 5(1 a. in 7 l )li. ni. Fi miii Moutnal, 11 IB a. tn., i 10.. in. Ill PAUll'llK OK l'Aflfir,Nir.ll rnviNs. For tin south anil F.ast, ti!W, 8 13 a. in., 12(10 in , s u) p. in. , .,,,,, lor lhirhtigtou connecting vuth Lake Boats 8.15 n in. . . , , ., For ll.'iis. Point anil 3Vost. 00.) a.m. 1100 a. m. 0:0J . in. For Montreal, (1 10 a. in., 0 3.) l. m. daii v Aitnivvi. or sr.ums at st. ai.hass. From Swectsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. in. From Richford and Sheldon, 5 00 p. in. From Sh. Won, 10 00 a. in. From Hal; i.r lU-lrt, U 00 a.m. n. II v in ri'fn r.r or stioi.s ruo.u m. ai.i-. For 1'iLiiiUlii: m.d Sweetsl.urgh, 7 HO a. in. Fi r nil" hl" and Riohfuid, H :)0 u. in. 'or slu Men, 2 n...

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 September 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCKIPT, SEPTEMBER 5, 1S6S. IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS AND THEIR WIDOWS. rptlOSI? IXTE11KSTKD AUK III2UI2IIY JL notified that I am agent to transact all buei ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. Claims of tlio above nature can bo pre Bcntcil, and tbclr ullowaiiees obtained, by appyl lngto WM. BRIDGES. St. Albans, May lOtli, 18CC. FOIl ONB DOLLAR ! WE SELL DRESS PATTERNS. PANT Put terns, Wobt, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car pctings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy GoodH, Ac., Ac. t'li-culurn Sent Kiec, fivitif? full particu lars: or Twelve riiritc aunt lor One Dollar, describing twelve different articles which we will ueU 0I' One Dollar Knell. iSr Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents, to whom the most liberal inducements are offer ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all eases. CHAH. LETTS A CO., Manufacturers' Agent, 01 & 00 FKDKllAI. STUI3I3T, gOS-ly Iloston, Mass. SAVE YOUR MONEY BY buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and Forks. Warranted to wear otpial to the be...

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. — 7 September 1868

r rraiiKcri i )t, i Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, VT., MONDAY S 7. NO. LOO. Vermont v'erinont Dailv Transcript, I ih'ulisiikd i:acii uvunino. ;; u, lfomt lllH; l.nlr SI., St. Albaim, VI. ILlil'R 1'. DAVIS. Prop' it. WiLiii'it P. Davis, i ,',;,,,. Almont IUkjjis, i-1'1""""- TKHMH ! , A a ni i er year, in advance, o,uu liinntlia. Itt ndvaiicn -1.00 I ltreo months, in advance, 2,00 I no mount, in umaiici' AilvirtiHftiiinnlx should ho handed 111 as early i the morning of the (lay of their intended lutli- BUSINESS CARDS. BAHNls ,v ( HOWLLY, Dealers m Ciioctm s i ami V Mt India Uoods nfiAcry itt-Hirript inn, arm s i w block, Lake Street, St. Albans, Ver- unit. '!'-tf j TrlLLAltD FAHHINOTON, ATTOUM; . W Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chan crv. Ofilce with II S. Hnvco, P.rainctd Hloek, t. "Albans, Vt. 121-2-ly BA11.13Y, DAVIS V ADAMS. CIHNNLI. OHS -VTIiAW and Solieitore in Chancer. HI ci in I'nioii lllock. St. AlhaiiH. Vt. Ui-tl AXA 11. ItAlU.Y. I'AUKHAVls, 11. I' A1AIS. ft LIUNtiSTON A- SONS, de...

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 September 1868

VERMONT 33.AI.LiY TRANWCH1PT, S.KPrrE3n 7, 18GW. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. AL1LVNS, VT. Monday September 7, 1808. Republican Nominations KOH I'HKSIDKNT, ULYSSES S. filiANT. KOH VICE I'HKSIDENT, SCHUYLliR COLFAX. Vermont. For Kltvtor it Large -Or.oiioi: W. Oiiandkv, of Vergeuncs; It. rAinBANKS, or St. .foliiiMinry. For Elector -Third District-(1 1:01101; W11. kixs, of Ntowo. Irish Ilejubic(tns. It litis always scumed strange to us that Irishmen, when they arrive In this country, ko universally identify them selves with the Democratic party. So general han thiH fact become that it may be regarded an a rule of choice, every one, almost, ia cognizant aa having very few exceptions. The people of the United States, in view of this affection which Irishmen have for the Democracy, have for many years asked themselves why itisBo'.' and still the question remains unan swered. This is one of the problems of which history fails to aid the solution, and political philosophy becomes non pluse...

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 September 1868

VERMONT TAri7V TRANSCRIPT, SISPTJCMTCFTR 7, 18(38. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. Monday, Sei'thmher 7, ISttS. Travclors' Guide. aiihivai, or i-assi-nouh TiutNH. From the South ami Kiwi, G.1S n. in., 10.50 a.m G. 'J.i p. in., R.00 p. in. From House's Point ami West, 5,50 a. in., 11, 50 a. in. 7l. i. m. From Montreal, 11 16 u. m., 7 111 p.m. lir.PAiiTfni: of i-assknoiiu tiuiss. lor tilt South niul East, 020, S -II ii. in., 12 011 in., S "0 p. in. lor Hurlington conni'tillng with Lake Hunts H. l'inm. For Rouse's Point and Went, (.0.1 a. in. 11 mi n. in. o.:t:t p. in. bur .Montreal, u iu a. in., t ;i. p. in. DAILY AlllllVAI. OF STAOKS AT ST. AI.1IANS. From Swcetsburgh ami Franklin, 7 HO p. in. From Ittclifnrtl and Sheldon, 500 p. m. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. From Hnkcrsflcld, 11 00 a. m. IIAII.V DEI'AMTIU! OP HT.UIl'.S 1'llOJt ST. Al.llANH. For Franklin ami Nwootsburgh, " Ma. For Sheldon anil Hichford, 8 30 a. in. l'or Sheldon, 2 OH p. in. 1'or Rakeml'.dd. 1 00 li. in. Stag...

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 September 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S6S. TO SOLDIERS --AND WIDOWS. rnilOSK IJVTKltlSSTUD AUK HHUKIIY X notified that I nm agent lo transact nil bind njss pertaining to pensions, bounties and luck pay. Claims of the iibovo nature can bo pre sented, and their ullowaiiccs obtained, by appyl ing to WM. BRIDGE. St. Albans, May lOtli. 18G0. ron one dollar, s WE SELL DRESS PATTERNS, PANT I'at tenia, Webs, Cotton Clotli, ShawlH, Car pctings, Sheetings, Drv and Fancy Goods, Ac, ,Vc. t'lixnlHi-H Si-nt I'm; giving full particu lars)! or Tivclvi' t'lii'tttn sent for One Dollar, describing twelve different articles which wo will cll for One Dollar Kuril. . at to whom tho most liberal inducements aro otter ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all eases. CHAS. LETTS A CO., Ma ma'aeturers' Agent.i, 04 A 110 KI5DKKAI. HT11EUT, 208-ly Boston, Mass. SAVE YOUR MONEY BY billing tho new Patent Plated Spoons and Forks. Warranted to wear eipial to tho best Treble Plato at very much less price. Call and 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. — 8 September 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. A LB AjSTS, VT., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1SGS. NO. 1Q.1. "Vol. I. rnvmnn TlmlvTvsniKP.VnitJ Pt'HT.ISlIKD EACH HVL'S'INCl. I'tce in llarue' llluvk, Lake St., St. Albans, 17. WIIIJUU V. DAVIS, l'ltop'it. Wiliiuk 1'. Davis, mmoril, A I.MONT lUltNHS, J U AM s months, in advance inn months, in auvance ... ........ 7.ri Advortlsctnr ill should ho handed in as early I the morning ot wh' nay 01 uieir niiciiuei -niioii. BUSINESS CARDS. "AHM'.S A (. HOWLEY, Deal is in Groceries mill iwr iiiiii'L itiiiiiiH in rtl'l urcui TrirjiAllU FAHHISUTO.N, ATruii.M-.l v ' T I OUllSCIlor Ul IjHW Him ninitui'i i" v.niiii- rv. iJineo mu n. a. novcc, uranium iun, ,Alb.il)H, Vt. 212-ly OUS TLAW and Solicitors in Ciitihei ry. lien iii fiiwiii Hloek. St. Albans. t. Ui-tt . . .. mm ntvi It l tAMK. LIVINGSTON iV SUNS, dealer in Cabinet Furniture, Children Carriages, Collin, skits. Pictures and Picture Iraines, Wall l'a- .. vi. 1 ul...1..u J Ut VII..,, u vt 1211.11 VI.... '1..1 .... v --...

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 September 1868

VERMONT DAILY TBANSOET.PT, S.TUPTT0M13KK Q 186S. Sleeves arc worn close nt the wrists, generally with fiilliiets or large pull's nt tlit' shoulders, which gives n puU'eil-up appearance. Sometimes the outline of I ho sleovo 1h broken at the elbow to ad mit of an additional cull" or rullle IUiflles, wide llounees, quiltlngH, pip-, lugs, and gimp are the favorite styles and materials for decorating dresses. , The gimps of this season are extremely rich and costly, resembling the beaded j passementerie tultod over with spots of satin or velvet. WALKING COSTUMES. A pattern walking suit was trotted i out lor our cillliciuion. it. was a russet brown poplin, the color of the leaves when they have withered and fallen from the trees. The llounee at the bot tom of the skirt was wide, and set in with a full and handsome green gimp. The over-skirt had a pannier back at tached to an apron pointed at the sides and sloping in an arch across the front. This was bordered with two rows of gimp. The ba...

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 September 1868

VERMONT DAILY TILVNTSOT I PT, SIOPTJEBKR H, 186R 'ormoiit Daily Transcript, ST. ALHANS, VT. TtM'.SDAY, SF.l'TlIMllKIt 8, 1SC.S. Travelers' Guide. AlllttVAl. ()! PASStlNOKU TIIAINH. oin the South uml Fast, ft, IS n. in., 10,50 n.m i ti. in . H.nti ti. in. From Ihhim'h Point and West, 5,50 n. in., 11,- n in . 7 1.) i. in. l-'rum Montreal, 11-15 ii. in., 7 10 p. in. nr.i'AUTHtK ok l'Assnsni'.n tiiaish. -in- tnr Nontii nmi i;am. nan. a ! . in., moo , 8 00 p. in. in- n.ii- iiiiMnii iM.iiniM'iiiiL' wit it i,n ;o noats 5 ii.iii. ...... It........... 1 t..l .. t .....1 ..ul fill . n 111. 11 I II m. G::i.) ii. ni. i f..... I in ... i! n-, . ... DAILY AllMIVAI, OP STAOE3 AT 8T. AHUSH rum Swi.i.tHiiui-L'ii mid I rani; in. iiiu n 111. "riim IHclitnl-il anil S tuition. 0 0(1 II. 111. 'mm Sheldon. 10 00 a. in. 'mm H.l;pi-Mlleld. 11 00 a. 111. LV DEl'AUTl HU (II STAOl'.S l'llOM Mr. Al.llANK. i ... i.li.. 1 Ai..l 1. - tl1 ... til J.' 1 .lllhllll mill .-im-eisiMli nil, I ui.i. in. U1..1.1... .1 lt:....

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 September 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1868. 1868, -sSSs 2i1868, Ogdensburgh to tlio West. Northern Transportation Coinjtaiu The only Through Dally Lino between Ogdensburgh and Chicago ! I And Intermediate Ports. Only Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. This well known and reliable Company, will, during tho present Season, run their Lino o: first cuh Upper Cabin Steamers dally, betweor. Ogdensburgli, Oiwogo, Cleveland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermediate porta, leaving Ogdcnsburgh on arrival of Ex press train from tho Kast. PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES Moving West, Jan embark with thir luggage, Teams, Stock .mc., and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port ol destination, thus avoiding the great inconven ience of the many chungon, delays and expen ses, of other routes. These Steamers have large Cabins and State Itooms, amply and neatly isir nished, for first class Passengers and Families, who mav wish to furnish their own provisions. No e...

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. — 9 September 1868

Transcript. Vermont ST. ALT3A.NS, VT, "Wli-IDTST KS D A. Y, SlIlPTElMBEPt 9, 1S6H. jSTO. 102. Vol. I. Daily ormont irony Transcript, published i:acii evening. ,c. in Harm'' Mock, Lake St., St. Albmit, Vt. WILBf II P. DAVIS, IMiop'u. AbMONT BAllNKS, TKHMS ! year, in advancu, months, "in advanco ..13,00 .. 4,00 .. 2.00 .. 75 reo months, In advance, o month, in advauco ...1.- l 1.1 I... 1.. ALl If iiveriiHomoius sununi no uiium-i in v..... tlio morning of tlie day of their intended pup vtion. BUSINESS CARDS. ABNES A ( BOWLEY, Dealers ill C.rooeiios and i'Hi mum u'umH m uii'w.'n, IV KI....U t .1... Cl A 11 Mil tU HI'- nt. Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in unan- V. UII10O Willi 11 lioyco, liiaiucni iiiuin. Albans, Vt. SBM.V OHS AT LAW and Solicitors in Cluxnt i'i v. it t 1t.n.... V H7. M A It llAlltJ'li l,UI IMIIi. ' LIVINGSTON A- SONS, dealer in Cabinet . Furniture. Childrons Caninees, Culliun, I...1.. It!..,...... . IK Will 1'fi. t riH. I iciuii'n ii i nil uu i iiiiuba. .... ... Wl. 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. — 9 September 1868

VTIRMONT "OA.LL.Y TUANSOJUPT, BKITKjNnj.KR 9, 18G8. ninny years ago, near Mnryluml lino, litis mingled for fifty years in active na tional polities. He has trained his boys for htaof cavortlng.Montgomcry to bo the suavo and oleaginous diplomatist, nnd Frank to seek fortune where she Hies. The former lias been brought tip on tho model of Van Huron, tho lattcron the example of Jackson. The abilities of both are apparent, but Frank is es sentially a feudal creature, believing ac cording to his vanities, flushed with u compliment, tho son of Faliero at a slight, while Montgomery has an un easy Jesuitry, that will not let him be sincere, and allof them are indomitable, deep divers sure to o no up, and neith er has ever been a Northern man in any fondness of heart. They live no more honestly than they have professed for seven years, at the bo.som of the De mocracy. Old Mr. Blair receives peo ple at Silver Spring with effusions of Bourbon and volumes of reminiscence. He entertained Andrew ...

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. — 9 September 1868

V'F.iRMON'T DATLY Tn.VTSrSCIT'PT, SEPTEIBER 9, 1SGR V crmont Daily Transcript, ST. AL1JA.NS. VT. "NVM)N1I)AY, SlU'TDMlIKU 0, 1S03. Travelers' Guide. AlllllV.Vl. OF l'ASSr.NOWl Tl'.AISM. From tho Soiltli and Kniit, fi. IS n. in., 10,50 a.m G.'i'i 11. in., 8,(KI p. m. From House's Point and Went, 0,50 n. in., 11, fiO a. in,. 7 -lfi p. in. From Jloutrcal, 1 1 15 a. ni., 7 10 p. in. uni'AiiTt'uu or rAsnr.soKit thainh. For tin South and Hist, 02,1, 8 43 a. in., 12 00 in , h 00 p. m. , Fur ISurhngtim connecting with Lake Hoats K.l.j u in. For house's Point ami Wont, 005 a.m. 1100 a. in. t3:l!:i p. in. For Montreal, 0 10 a. m., II !)3 p. in. IIAIIA' AllMS'.Mi 01' HTAlir.-J AT HT. AMUSM. From Hwcotsburgh ami Franklin, 700 p. m. From ltichfonl and Sheldon, 500 p. ni. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. roni llakusfleld, 11 (10 a. in. intr.Y Dri'Ar.Trisi: w htaoiw i'iiom st. ai.ham. For Fraiililln ami Sweotshurgh, 7 :!0a. in. For Sln.ldnn and lliehlnrd, 8 .'(0 a. tn. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. in. l or llak...

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. — 9 September 1868

VE!RMO!N"T DAILY TRnSTSOKTPT, SEPTEMBER 9, 1868. 1868. gB2 rn-'FH868, Ogdensburgh to the West. Northern Transportation Company Tho only Through Daily Linn between Ogdensburgh and Chicago I J And Intermediate Torts. Only Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. This well known and reliable Company, will, during tho present Season, run their Lino o: first class Upper Cabin Steamers daily, botweor. Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermedial', ports, leaving Ogdensburgh. on arrival of Ex pross train from tho East. PASSENGERS AND FA MIL TPS Moving West, .'an embark with their luggage, Teams, Stock .sc., and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port oi destination, thus avoiding the great inconven ience of tho muliy changes, delays and expen ses, of other routes, These Steamers have largo Cabins and State Rooms, amply and neatly fur nished, for first class Passengers and Families, who may wish to furnish their own provisio...

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 September 1868

Tran Vermont ST. A L13 AjlSTS, VT, rri-UJBSDA.Y, SEPTRMBER lO, 1868. KTO. lOB. Vol. I. iju i II i mm aiwit inn ' inwinwiin I w Vermont Daily Transcript, l'UlU.ISIIin) KACII I'VKNINU. utfwr in llarne' Mock, Mr St., SI. Albmif, WILBUR J'. DAVIS, Piiop'k. IV. WlliUUlt P. Davis, i mtora, UAltNKS, J ALMON'T T1JUMS : Per year, in advance, "" Six months, in advance ft " Three months, in advance, -"J; One month, in advance Advertisements should be handed in no cam- as the morning of tin- day ol tliolr nitoiiiicu iiu heation BUSINESS CARDS BAHNES ft ( HOWLLY. Dealers in urocencs and Went India Goods of every description, turiiis .New Hoc;, ijniso Mreei, ' ... 'J. ii.l I W (.mi.Ui.i1i,v ill T.nw noil Solicitor in Chan- nivl..., ...11. II U 11,....,.. ItlMI1tll-l lOlIC i. u ".,1 . l 'I ''.IV DAIMSY, 1J.YVIS ADAMS, COl'NSI' 1 .- O l) US VT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery it ice l i 1 moll iuock. .-ii. iMiiniiM, i !l7-tt 1AZSA lit li.Ml.l.l, I i i " i ADAMS. MVINOSTON ft HONS, dealer in Cabinet F...

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 September 1868

VJ1RMONT DAILY TBANSOllTT, HEPTEMBEK 1(), 1S6S. There Is evidence of much poverty among the farm settlements. Two thirds of the houses are scarcely better than Irish mud cabins. They are built of logs in the rudest manner, and con tain only one or two rooms each. The clothing of the people is poor and mean as their dwellings, especially that of the women. This is noticeable not only in the countrv, but in the audiences at the theatre in "Salt Lake City. The writer says the Mormon women arc nearly all outspoken in their denunciation of poly gamy; but this is a questionable state incut. The Mormons do not call all the women wives that are "sealed" to each. The llrst alone isgiven this title. Late ly, to avoid tho laws of the Lulled .States against polygamy, Krigham's fol lowers are laying especial stress upon this fact. Each man, they say, has but one wife; t he rest arc but "women." in the worst sense of that term. This, how ever, only renders them amenable to the laws in another dir...

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 September 1868

ViORMOTSTT "HATTyY" rPR A "N 'SOU 1 PT, SKPTRMBER 9, 1S68. Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. AL11ANS, VT. Tut'USDAY, Hki'ti:mi:h 10, 1808. Travelers' Guide. AllMVAt, OF l-ASsrNllllIt TUAINS. From the Kotith mid East, 5,48 a. in., 10.50 a.lii C.M p. in,, 8,00 . in. From Home's Point and West, fi,5() a. in., 11, 50 a. tn.. 7 15 p. m. From Montreal, 11 45 u. in., 7 H) p. in. DW'AHTvr.r. or rAKSiixtir.u thainh. l'or tin .South an.l East, (120, S 15 a. in., 12 W m., S i)0 p. in. For liurlingtoii connecting iith Lake Hoats H.15 a in. For ltonsi's Point mid West, r,o. a.m. ll no a. m. i!:3'l ji. m. For Montreal, m a. in., o i. in. DAILY AlintVAI. OF BTAllK.H AT ST. AI.IIANS. From Sicotslmrgh anil Franklin, 700 p. m. From ltichford ami Sheldon, 500 ji. in. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. From llakei'rttU'ld, 11 00 a.m. OAJI.V DIll'AllTt'UK OF STAOKS F1IOM Ml'. AI.IIANS. For Franklin and Swoetsburgh, 7 111) a. in. For Sheldon and ltichford, 8 110 a. in. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For Hnktrstlild, 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. — 10 September 1868

vranMOisrr daily transcript, sep t tciv r r igr 10, isgs. 1868. Ogdcnsburgli to the West. Northern Transportation Coin pun i' The only Through Dftll.v Lino between Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 'Ami Intermediate Porta. Only Six Days Through With" This well known and reliable Company, will, during tho present Season, run their Line o: first eus Unncr Cabin Steamers daily, botwooi: Ondensbureh. Osweiro. Cleveland, Toledo, Do . "l. ii. J . f!1... 1 T..4,......, iron, Vjiuc.igu, juiMiiuftui;, ports, leaving Ogdensburgh and Intcrmediat on arrival of Lx- press train lrom mo r,asi. PASSENGEliS A NI) FA MI LIES Moving Went, .'an embark with tboir luggage, Teams, Stock .vc, and land together without disturbance or trnUHhipnii'iit, at their port ot destination, thus avoiding the great inconven ience or the many changes, delays mid expen ses, of other routes. These Steamers have large Cabins and State ltooins, amply and neatly iur nished, for first class Passenger and Families, who may winh to f...

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