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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 26 May 1868

Transcript. Vol. I. ST. AXjBAJNB, VT TTJ3I!S:DAY, MAY 26, 1868. isro. 12. Vermont Daily Vermont Daily Transcript, PUBLISHED EACH EVENING. Office in Hume' Muck, Luke St., St. Albmit, Vt. WILBUR 1 DAVIS, Pitoi-'u. Y'n'v.Vj VAVMl3dltora. j. J..AHN LH, ) TKHMS : Per year, in advance, $8,00 Six months, in ndvnnoo 4,00 Three months, in ndvnnuo, 2.00 Ono month, in ndvnneo "" Advertisements should hu handed in as early tiH Hie nioniini; of the day of their intended pub-lication. Poetry. n iiiltii r to Colfax. Colfax I well chosen to preside O'er Freedom's Congic.s.s, mid to guide, Ax one who holds the reins of fate, The current of its great debate; Prompted by one too wise, and good, And tnir, withal, to hu withstood, Here, from our northern river-banks, 1 send to tliee my hearty thanks For all thi) patience which has hirne The weary foot of Bunkum's horn, The hifsing of the Coppeihcad, And folly dropping woids of lead 1 Still wisely ready when the neale Hangs poised to' make the right prev...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 26 May 1868

VJCItoLOSTT DAILY TRANSOIUPT, MJSSi: 20, 1868." Vermont Daily Transcript? TUH8D'AY)"jNIAY 20, lfiOfl. Letter front Cltiet'tyo, "Wo .present another letter from our Chicago correspondent to-day, received last night, which will give (o our nu merous readers another view of the re cent convention than that exhibited hy the telegraphic ile.piitehe.i, and a very pleasant one, to our minds. The letter is well written, instructive and gossipy, and will well repay perusal. Chicago, Mny 21, 1S0P. Editors Transcript : It 1b finished. Grant and Colfax are the standard hearei'H and the platform has been adopted. There is no doubt ing the meaning of this convention and the opinions of the men who compiled it. It has been extremely "radical" as you will see by reference to the pioeeed ings which you will have received long before this reaches you. The proceed ings have been characterized by the greatest good feeling and harmony with terrible earnestne.'s. Full delegations from every non-reconstru...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 26 May 1868

V.10RMOS"T TRANTBCRTIT, MAY r36, 1.SG8. Tcrmont Daily Transcript, TUHHJtAV, MAY 20, UtliS. Local items, llUTTKii. A lnrn amount of htitter wiw brought into our market to-tlny, mid nrlfi H rnmri'il Inu'iM' ( linn IiihI week. A few prime lots brought i'.D cento per pound, but the hl;.,hot point usually touched wai eentH, and 2o ccnta was the lower limit. Not much cheese was brought in, and pricoi ranged from 10 to 15 conty. Tin: pulpit of the Church at Milton is belngsupplicd by Rev. of ,st. Album". Congregational for tile present A. J. Sami'json, Fot xi). A finall sum of money was found in tint store of Messrs. Ramon & Crowley on Tiio.-day last. The owner roan recover (ho mime by jiving satislac tory evideiK'e of ownership. Amiikkst Coj.lkuk. At the com mencement this year the orator engaged for the Phi Beta Kappa Society is I'rof. Francis Marsh, of Lafayette College, Pa. lUv. .1. M. Manning, of Norton, will ad dress tlic Society of Inquiry. - lor t!,v lhiilj Ti fiti-d t, Obstrac...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 26 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY rrRA3SrSCIUPT, MATx 26,186a Odds and Ends, Poverty Is the sixth sense. Handsome Is Hint handsome does. Ono lins only to die to be prnined. It Is easier to blame than to do bet tcr. The fewer the words the better the prayer. The sun dial counts only the bright Hours. Littlo and often makes a heap in time. Would you be strong, conquer your self. Forgive thyself nothing and others mucn. Handsome apples are sometimes sour. God's mill goes slowly, but it grinds wen. It is not enough to aim, you must int. Our neighbors children are always the worst. There is no good in preaching to thu nungry. - To change and to bo better are two (lincrent tilings. Hotter go to bedsupnerloss than run in debt. High houses are mostly .empty in tne upper story. The end of wrath is the beginning 01 repentance. AVliere the hedge is lowest, the devil leaps over. Hotter free in a foreign land than a sort at Homo. More are drowned in the bowl than in the sea. Speak little, speak truth ; spend nine, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 27 May 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT., AVK.DIsrKSn3A.V5 MAY 27, 1SCS. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, published each iiVKXtNo. Ojlia hi llnrm'tt' llloel; Lake St., St. AIImiih, 17. WILBUR 1 DAVIS, lMtoi-'lt. WiMlOit '. DAVIS, Inters. A. Bahnks, j TKHMS : l'cr year, In advance, J.0 six months, in advance -LOO Thru months, in advnlico, 2.00 Dm hi'.ntli, ill ndvnnco VUi-itisoiiioiits should bo handed in ns early ;i tin timrnitiK "t tlit day or their intended publication. Poetry. Itoarfnitlv Tli (( tres. I love to enter pleasure liy u postern. Not thi! liiimil popular gate tlmt gulfs llu; mub; To liiul my theatres in roadside nooks, Wht it men ale actors, and suspect it not; Win it Mature nil unconscious works her will, nil tvery passion moves with human gait, I iili.iinpei ed ly the buskin or the train. Hating the crod, whore we gregarious men l.i ul lonely lives, 1 love society. ir si Muni lilnl the hust with simple souls 1 ii.wi iM il liy enltiire fiom their natho bent, llu e.r...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 27 May 1868

i 80S. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wi:i)N-i:SnAY, MAV 27, 1803. U'riNliiiiitoii ('orresiHilnleiee. 'I'lii' iifVHinii)or nrosM not n doac, now ' i. and again. Our large cl(y contempora ries send their special correspondents to the points of greatest interest, and the correspondents, knowing that it is their duty, for doing which they aie paid, to write write something anything that will he read make it a point to llnd a point of truth if one is handy, and to hang thereon the cusl-oll-clothing of their imaginations. Those who read the correspondence of our city dailies during the impeachment trial will re member the veracious predictions of the correspondents, contradicted or modified from day to day with a charming dis regard of consistency. .One day the cor respondent would alllim, on the author ity of the "best informed" Senators and others, that conviction was Hire, and the next he would coolly assure the public thai conviction was "not hope less," as if the doubtful view of the cas...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 27 May 1868

VKiiMonsrr dally tiajstsc:rtpt9 may si, isgs. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 27, 18(N. Local Items, WaIiKb. Wo notice that tho miserable two plunk walk on the north side, up pir portion, of Fairfield street, has boon superceded by a now walk four feet wlilc. Tills oinpletc-i the repairing and build ing of walks on that street, which is now well supplied. Tni-3 MoNTHUAii Daily News. We have received a copy of the Daily New, published In Montreal, by Mr. John Lovell, a well conducted and handsome sheet, and shall bo pleased to exchange with it. Tim: Conceht. We again call the at tention of the readers or the TitAN scini'T to the concei t of the St. Albans Hrigade Band, which comes oil' to-morrow evening at Academy Hall. The programme is excellent, and lovers of vocal and instrumental music should not fall to attend. The price of tickets is .'") cents ; reserved seats, f() cents. Tickets for pale at Ihown & MctJowan's at mown co Aieuowiurs i Main street, and at the 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. — 27 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TEANSCTUTPT, MA.1l' 27, 1868. ,rnlt IlitUnys raprrs. Dry goods tiro worshiped more In thin worlll now than the Lord is Counciling with fear Ih tho wav cow ards arc inntTo; counciling with liojiu Iz tho way heroes are made; councllling with faith iz tho way Christians are made. Pleasure v. like a hornet generally ends with a ntlng. The most dangerous character in the world are thoze who live In the suburbs of vlrtew they are rotten ice. Iiazyness iz a good 'deal like money tho more a man haz ov it, the more he seems to want. Thar Iz no such thing az inheriting vertow; money and titles and fever sores knn he inherited. The virtows of a convent are like hot house fruits tender, but tasteless. liife is like a mountain after climb ing up one side, and sliding down the other, put up the sled. When a man proved a literary failure, he generally sets up for a critick, and. like the fox in the fable, who had lost his brush in a trap, can't see a nice long tail without hankerln t...

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. — 28 May 1868

Vermont ST. ALBANS, VT. r I ITTtrRS D AY, MAY r3S, iSGS. Vol. I. jSTO. 14. Vermont Daily Transcript, published bach kvbnmnu. Office in liurnei? Jllovl; hike St., SI. AWtntx, WILBUR 1 DAVIS, Prop' it. ViLmm 1. Davis, J-Jditorx. A. Barnes, TERMS I Per year, in advance, f8,00 Six months, in tulvnnco 1,00 Three months, in advance, 2.00 Our month, in advance 73 dvcrtiscinontn should ho handed in as uaily as tin- morning of tin- day of their intended pub lication. Character ' General Grant. A. D. JtlHumlson, in Iuh ibrllieotii lii,' lilfo yl" Gnirt.1, hiivh : Soino ntill see in him only tlio tltirllnir of fortune enorgotio mediocrity which hiH blundered into suceesn. I think Mieh are misled by two of his peculiar qualities : "1. His uniniiininntiveiiesH. "When he hii.s nothing to suy, he says notliiiifj. In private he fills no interstices of con versation by remarks upon the weather, or inquires after the babies of his visi tor. In public he can make no speeches simply of form or complime...

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. — 28 May 1868

VEEMONT DAILY TBANSCIMPT, XIAi jH, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, TmntSDAY, MAY 27, 1808. Our Forrifn ('orrosHnulrncr. l'Aitis, May 11,1809. Editors Tramcr'qit : To day begins tho debate in thoLcgis lativc JJody on 1 lie? eoinincreltil condi tion of (lie country and on economic questions generally. One of tiie princi pal quest Ioih under discussion, is the treaty concluded with England in lS(ii), the provjions of wliicli have fincethen been fucccssively extended to I5elgiui, Zolloerein, Italy, Switzerland, Mweeden, Norway, Holland, Spain and Austria. The long proposed attack upon this treaty lias already stimulated the con tending parties to thu most earnest dis cussion, and to-day each will put forth all its strength. The opponents of Free Trade arc particularly active. Mr. Thiers anil Mr. 1'oiiyer Quartier will probably give elaborate opinions and citations. The treaty of IMiO, it may be remembered, contained a stipulation whereby it win to expire in February of 1870, unless lene...

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. — 28 May 1868

VKKMONT DALI, Y rrRANSCEIPTs MAY 38, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, TlIUHRDAY, MAY 128, 1S0R. Local Items, Rkmkmjikk Iho concert at Academy Hall (his ironing Hon. .1. P. Moimiii and duo. F. Ki monos have oiirlhank'J for congros Munal speeches. Ml!. A. S. Uydk'n Grocery Store on Main Street ha lately received afresh stock of the best ol' groceries from Niv York and Boston. A thorough-going, reliable business man as he Ik, Mr. Hyde deserves the large patronage ho is receiving. 'I'm: Wmi.dkx Si'ltlNti. YV noticed last week the fact that the pioprietors of the AVelden spring were building a bottling house for the convenience of their business, but we had not then made any peixinul examination of their premises, in which we are behind the majority of the people of our place and vicinity. A personal Inspection of the place is in the nature of pleasant recrea tion, and is well worth the time of any one. The building now going on toward- early completion is placed over the spring, and is 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. — 28 May 1868

VTCRAIONT DAILY '28, 868. NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS CJOMETIIINO CUT THIS OUT ! RKAU T,,M" UKAn'1 ulsl 1868, jkgh 1868, AND NEW GOODS. NEAT AND NEW ! Mnsr.Y vmiNisnmi to vw iV NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. S'6U Hfiy to the people of Franklin Comity, that the.v arc prepared to offer them rAMIIY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at the lowest cash price, Wholesalo ami retail. at TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tl'io finest in the market, If you want mixed Teas, buy pure Term of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to suit vour taste. You will liud it eheaper than to buv inixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. Jl.VltNKK A CROWLEY KEEP THE BEST oorrEES. ' oi.n GOVERNMENT JAVA, mo, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure. Clo to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for the best p. r. molasses, sugahhouse stuups. SUGAIIS. J it,, HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DKMERARA, AND REFINED OP ALL GltADKS. If you would keep clean, buy your SOAPS Of BARNES V CROWLEY. ROBB1NS, K...

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. — 29 May 1868

" 4- ' - - 1 y in Vermont nseriDt, Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, l'UHMBIini) EACH EVENING. OJIiee in llnrnen' Pinch; hake SI., SI. Allmun, 17. WILUUll P. DAVIS, PitoWii. Viliiuk P. Davis, i A. Barnes, Mitora. TERMS ! l' r year, in advance, Six months, in advanco Three months, in advance, Oin month, in advanco fS.OO i,uo 2.00 yit rttsonieiits should bn handed in as earlv in ii morning oi tin- day of their intended pub ficn. Grant on His Mitsvh: While at West Point, Grant was "run I V tne older oliW nu" by t Jio older older scholars, necordinir to of Mini, tnui ii . .. .v b (lie custom .i , - . " i , . 'V''"11""' tic on- mi u.i a koou cioui wltliout resentment until, one tiny, being on mock , 2 1... .1 i" 7?. "'"--'v Piiraiie, ... .M.n1Sm ,j,iuyiiio captain of the X'lhl b "teWKMl fnnn the .lacuot, iind clial- longedthocaptiiin to fight the storv iih iVill.m . Abbotttcll.s niril-" ,i r..." 111 ""B WWB of Omnt. V,'"' '," 'limner. n0 had been Houiit Iv whliyietl before Iiia pride w 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. — 29 May 1868

VKRMOINrT DAILY TRANSCiriPT, MATi r), 1S(3S. Vermont .Daily Transcript, FitlDAY, MAY 2!), 1808. CoivffyjfoH. Tlio lloufio Committee of Manager, With unequalled promptings, went to work to ferret out the nutliorxof Uie brib ing Mini corrupt ion which It foems certain were resorted to In eoniice'tion with the impeachment (rial; but which we are led to believe wins very limited in the number of ollieial men connected with such criminal practices. The inventlga tion thus far necinf to implicnte two of the Senatorial body, Mr. Pomeroy, of Kansas, nnd.Mr.Hosn, ofthe game State; and of so grave a character are the mih plcioiiH, the Senate Itself, tlie telegraphic despatches indicate, has appointed a committee of investigation. "Wo are glad that the Senate ha taken this ac tion, to vindicate the character of that body, and to relieve the laudable efforts of the managers of any character of par tisanship; and more especially in the in terest of justice to the people of the whole country. 1 f...

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. — 29 May 1868

VERMONT DVILiY TRANSCRTPT, MAY SO, 1S6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, KltlDAV, MAY 520, 1S0S. Local Items, SITUATION mollis. wanted sou advorlise- Kbv. L. A. DUNN of Fairfax was elec ted one of the managers of the Baptist inl--ionary Union at New York, Friday. Ui v. John A. i lines, 1). 3)., who has been spending the last four months in Savannah, Cia., for the boiicik of bis health, returned to Burlington on Mon day evening. The 2'imcs says that Horace Greeley Is to lecture in Burlington, in the City Hall, on Wednesday evening, June 10th. Uhai-'ULTjA's New York Seventh .Regi ment Band will furnish the music at the coming commencement of tho Uni versity of Vermont. It is not unlikely that the Band will give a concert in .St. Albans about that time. Hationh. We aie credibly informed that "hard tack" is being manufactured at Ogdcnshurgh on a contract with cer tain gentlemen who speak with a rich brogue nut unfamiliar to the eais of the pcoj 'e. But people do not ordinarily cat "haul tack....

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. — 29 May 1868

V KKMOXT DAILY TRAjSOIIIPT, MA'S " 30," 1868. NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS gOMETHINU OUT THIS OUT ilirAU,I,",,,MMAU'"- 1868, jtggmit 4lSh 1868, AND - NEW GOODS. NEAT AND NEW ! MONKY rtMt.NISIllSll TO I'AV Ogdcnsburgh to the West. NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tho acoplo of Franklin dunly, that llioy are pn pared to ollVr them FAMILY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash price, nt Wholesalo and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English llroak fast. Tfio llnest in tho market. If you, want mixed Toad, buy pure, Tons of llAltNESA CKOWLEY, piel; raspberry loaves and mix to Hiiit your taste. You -will lind it cheaper than to liny inixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. DAllNES A C110WLFA KUUl' THE 11KST oorrEBS. old GOVEltNMEVT JAVA, 1!I0, AF 111 CAN, AND GliOUND COFFEE, sriCES. Strictly pure. Go to ilAUNES A- OltOWLHY'S for the bent F. H. MOLASSES, SUGAUHOUSE SUGARS. P. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEltAltA, AND ItKFINKD OF ALL G HADES. If vou woul...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 30 May 1868

V ermont ST. AJLBAjSTS, YT, SATtTRDAY, MA.Y 80, 1868. "Vol. I. nSTO. 16. IIAHIiUS 1VVMAX, 1847 stmfv.sson to WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, Acknowledging tlio kindness and liberal pat ronage of tbo public in tlio past twenty years, I, CIIAS. WYMAN, Now reuvw tbc promise, (and let tlio past be tlio assurance) that this corner of tlio good little STATE OF VERMONT, Ami home portion of tlio 1'. Q., shall bo well ami honestly supplied at tbo lowest possible) rates with all'tho grades of Antaricnn, Swiss & English WATCHES, In HOLD and SlHVHll Case;.. tj JU YV AU XJ JLV JL Litest patterns and nil grades FlXH 001.1), KJLVKIt and Pl.ATHD CHAINS, KEYS, I.OCKETS, ( IIAlN.S, MasuiiMMiud Mechanic's' Pins, Solid Silver Ware, warranted tlno as enin. Ueantifnl EIiEQTHO TLA TED GOODS, From all tlio boat lactones. such as TLA HUTS, CAKE BASKETS, BHliliY DISHES, OASTOBS, PITCH HPS, OODLETS. SPOON curs Suup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases, t olVm Plates, finally everything of llrtl (pialitv Fluted 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. — 30 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANBO.WIPT, MAi 8C), 80S. 4 .Ttni'ltrWvniiQnnut I f Satuhday, May no, 18GS. Mtss((cliasctts Agricultaact Colli gv. den, ho Immediately licit to the houvc. To go to lila room bIiu did not dire. So, wearied out, bIio went to hud de termining to try again the next morn ing. She did not for a moment sup nose lie would ev?n answer her. Slip innmlncd he would turn up 1i1h aristo cratic prohoseiH, and leave the House in T, Hubjec, of Agrleulturnl Education dlwrtwt. Kate did not like the lattoi u,.i,f I,,,,!.-,,,,,,!, and idea verv well, for, wav down in uie t, - bottommost part of hcr'heart, Rv Dick's we protest to begin with against any image. Inference that we propose to write an The next .morning she arose and rtros- t sul,ject. But having re- o. cenfly 'spent nearly a week upon the Hdld not seem Imll' m onsy then as it grounds and among the buildings of the had the day before. .She let pa-H mtim LMiissni'lnisettd Agricultural College good opjiort tin it ies, ami u was on...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 30 May 1868

VJtlUMONT DMLY TUANSCJBTPT, MAY 30, 1SGS. Vermont Daily Transcript, Sat.uhday, may 'M, isos. Local Items. Tim Firo Dopnrinionl give notleo that the explosion of Fire Crnelsoiy will not be allowed initio of the village bound. Tun Water Sprinkler lia.s arrived, !ind, it Is to he hoped, that it will do the work for which it is designed eH'eetu ally. Tin: Agricultural Editor of the Ver mont TitANSomi'T will lie especially thankful to the oflleers or member of Agricultural Societies and Fanners Clubs throughout tho country for copies of their constitution and by-laws and their premium lists and rules and regu lations in pamphlet and poster forms, and also, transactions for the last year. Tin: Tiidathi:. There was a tine at tendance at Academy Hall last evening, and all present will agree with us when v say hat the acting of Stetson and Sexton's troupe far exceeds anything of the kind that lias ever visited St. Al bans. Mr. Stetson, as Claude Mel nol!c, Miss Anna Levering as Pauline, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Daily Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 30 May 1868

VimMONT DAILY T"RA.3SrSO;RIPT5 MAI: 305 1868. NEW F I II M ! AND NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS gOMKTIUNO NEAT AND NEW! CUT THIS OUT ! .,, 1868, 25isfc Aaffias 1868, MONEY rttll.NlNlir.il TO l'AV -AT- - 1 1 M V i in AT - NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would nay to tliu people of Franklin County, that they arqpro pared to offer them FAMIKY GROCERIES, Freak from market, at tho lowest cash piico, at Wholesalo ami retail. TEAS. Young Hvaon, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tho finest in tho market. If you want mixed Teas, buv pure Teas of BARNES A CROW LEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to unit your taste. You will Hud it cheaper than to buy iilixod Twin of any Now York Tea Company. BARNES .V CROWLEY KEEP TI112 BEST COFFEES. OLD OOV1JUN.MK.NT JAVA, ltIO, AFRICAN, and ground coffee, SPICES. Strictly pure. do to BARNES CROWLEY'S for the best P. H. MOLASSES, SUGARHOUSE SYHTJPS. SUGARS. 1'. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMKltAltA, AND REFINED OF ALL GRADES. If von would keep clean, buy...

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