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

T1 Vermont 1 ranscript. "Vol. T. ST. ALBANS, VT MONDAY, JTnsnm 1, 1SGS. Daily Vermont Daily Transcript, lTHMSIini) EXOll KVrjNIXO. OiVri m Humes' IHurl; Hike St., St. AllnUis, 1 I. WILliUIt P. DAVIS, Pitoi-'H. ALMON'T BAltNKS, )J'tttm' Per year, in advance, 18,00 Six months, in advance 4,00 Time months, in advance, 2.00 One lunntli, in advance 7f A-1m i tiHi'iuontf slimiUl be handed in an early oh tin iimrniug of tlii' dny f tlteir intuntlod iitl urntiKii. A JIississ!jj)i Tt't(fvhj. TRl'TII STHANUEH THAN FICTION. Wo noticed a low ilnys ago, says the C'olumbuH (Miss.) Sentinel, the killing of ninnn named liarriur by a man ntunett Wilson, at .Philadelphia, Nosliolm coun ty, Mis. Since then we have heard the1)articularrt fioin a member of the Columbus bar, who has recently been near the scene of blood, anil the facts make it one of the most terrible trage dies that has ever occurred in the sec tion. It seems that, young Harrier was engaged to be married to one of the most respectable a...

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 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TiRAlSTSORIPT, JUNE 1, 1368. Vermont Daily Transcript, Monday, Junk l, 18G8. The Vomit and Old Democracy. Tho Young Men's Denioenitk' Union Club of Now York Is worthy of jiroutur praise tliiui the Hiiro Rail chilis of last yenr. With honlth and well developed niUHolos before thoin for u prize, the Ims-o bnll clubs have subsided into the volum inous catalogue of things which were, nnd only appeal to our remembrance; but the other club, which is political, and Iuih no promise of health, or any doubt. thateapltaliHtHaie awake, to the j -J-om TJlUHlb and His Family I NEW I-ADIES STORE, llW'r I Mill, I 1 1 n (Mil H I lC 1 1 1 1 llT OL I I II 1 1M 1W11 II . v ...uv " " cp tion from the west, to the Atlantic coast mustbenccomplishcd; and when they are convinced of such a necessity, It Is only one step more to the desired end which will benefit alike commerce and the people. Speeches of Acceptance. The Committee of the Soldiers' and .Sailors' Convention called on Gen. Grant 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. — 1 June 1868

VERMONT DAn.Y rmANSCRTPT, JUNTO 1, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, ; Monday, Junk 1, 18li3. Local Items. Tin: trial of Miller, the alleged mur derer, ooininencos at Woodstock to-mor row. I Past GovintNons ok Maskacmts-' mmu,,.(U1H lo mention. ' Comnlodore i.tt.. The. Journal says of the twenty-! Nutt Is quite an actor and nilmle, and six Governors of Massachusetts since . dlsplayHinuch genuine vfo comlni ; In his .. i . etu f.,..o(M, n. ,,. personation of the shllelah brandishing the adoption of the ( (institution, theie llrMuimn ,Io jB nollmibly acute and are but six living, and by the death of ; Hjnlghtly In all he does, and Miss Min Hon. Levi Lincoln, Hon. George S. 1 nie is a 'model of daintiness, prettlness Uoutwellls the senior ex-Governor of i and propriety. Tom Thumb and his the State by date of service. 1'oiii.Kc T1ON.-AV0 oght in justice to j state that the IteniH copied by us from the Montreal Ncwh, concurning the Fe nians, sent from this place, were sent lo the Mon treal...

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 June 1868

-VJSRMON-T DAILY TRANSCRIPT, JUNE 1., 1868. NEW F T KM ! AND NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS gOMETHINO NEAT AND NEW! IN ST. ALBANS. Tin; Drug Store. on Lake Street, CUT THIS OUT !'Rmu - 1868, js&l 1868, Ogdcnsburgli to the West. XoHhvni Transportation Company Tho only Through Daily Lino between Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 And Intermediate Ports. MONKY I tHNISIIi:i TO 1'AY BARN88 & CROWLKY NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tlif people of Franklin County, that tlioy ttiv prepared to offer tlii'iu FAMXIiY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash pi ice, at Wholesale mid retail. TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tfie finest in tin- maikot. If you want mixed Teas, Imv pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry loaves anil mix to suit votir taste. You will lind it cheaper than to bttv mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. BARNES A CROWLl KEEP THE BEST DM) UOVERNMEaT JAVA, mo, AFRICAN, AND GROUNJ) COFFEE, SPICES. StrietL iure. Go to...

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. — 2 June 1868

Transcript. ' hhip ifiiiB ntKnPnw4iTWtiiWiiicMM " 1 1T1 mi iinrrTrrrnTwi mn in win win mm incimwjmw ST. ALBANS, VT.9 Tl- ESDAYi J'UjST.E 2, tSGW. Vol. I NO. IS. Vermont Daily Transcript. i'rni,isiti:n each r.vrcxixn. fl'fi.. m Humes lllnrk, Lake St.. SI. Allium WILillUK 1 DAVIS, Pitop'it. Almont IJAHNKS, I Ti'.itMS : l'i r year, in ndvniico, $8,00 Six months, in advance -1,110 Three months, in advance, J. i Our inonth. in advance , ( A1ti rtisemciitn nhovltd hi- hniwloti in ns early an the morning 'f this lnv or their intended pub lication. Poetry. .11 It Irish 11 'iff. Mv Irish wife has clear blue oVes, My heaven hy day, my stars hy nilit . And twin-like tiuth" and' fondness lie Within her swelling bosom white : My li i-iiMife haw golden hair A. Uo'h hnrp hnd once wuch stiingi Apoilo's -elf might pause to hear Hi i bird hl.e earol whin nlie sings. Thon. DArey McGco. , , li i Milan ( Mi.) llernhl. Mioj 'il. I ) dim ft Man Shut and Insfaiiitit Killed In, Aiiothrr at d lichra rsal. It...

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. — 2 June 1868

VTSRMOjSTT DAILY rrEASCliLPT, JUNE 53, Vermont Daily Transcript, Tuesday, .lt'Ni: 2, 1808. Death of E.r-President lliiclianaii. .(nines JJudinntin, fifteenth President of the United Stnlew, died at his resi dence, "Whentliuul, near Laneater, Pa., on the morning of June 1st, in the 77th, yenr of Ills age. Air. Buchanan was horn in PeniiHVlvnnlii on the 22d of April, 17M, and was a son of James IMi ehnnan, who came to this country In 178;5from Ireland. Ills father secured a eompetauce, and gave his mhi a good education; and after graduating al Diek Ilipon College, Pn., at the age of eight eon, young Buchanan studied law and after'admission to the liar, in 1811!, rose rapidly in his profes.-ion. Two years after his admission to the har lie was elected to the Senate of his State, and re-elected the next yenr. In 18:10 he was elected to Congress from his dis trict, and served live successive tonus, after which lie declined a re-election. In 1K::1 President .Inckxin appointed htm Minister...

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. — 2 June 1868

VERMONT DA-IT.Y rrRANSOEIPT, JinSTH 3, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Tl'KHllAY, .JUNK 2, 18((S. Local Items. -- Bt'TTKK. To-day wan a busy day in our market, and a large amount of but ter wns brought in. Prices ranged from 28 to 32 cents per pound, which it will lie noon Ih above the last week's price. But little cheese was brought Prices ranged from 10 to 14 cents 1 ound. In. per PosTj'ONi:j). The trial of Miller the murderer, which was s-ot for to-day, at Woodstock, has, on niollon of the re spondent's counsel, been postponed un til the 01 h of June. SlNDAY SCHOOL CONVUXTION. The Franklin County Sunday School Con vention, it is announced, will beheld at Franklin, .Juno 8th, llth and Kith, at the Methodist Episcopal Church. A bio Koo. Mrs. Helen Nye, of lflghgnte, luw sent us a ben's egg which measures Ojj inches in circumference one way, and 7jj the other, or longest way. This egg, the product of an en terprising Brnniah hen. born in Ver mont, is not related to the "hay of the h...

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. — 2 June 1868

V ER 1 0 1STT DAILY rrRANSGUlPT, JUNE 1868. NEW F I K jVF ! HTEW GOODS OMrnitNo t CUT THTS OITT ! K14A" ,,U,S1 ,!i5u),,,m!)! 1868, jt ssSEfi 1868, NEW GOODS. NEAT AND NEW!' vnr. itiinisihui to v Ogdensburgh to the West. In i 1 1 in nil 9TO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tlii' people of Franklin County, thnt they arc ir pared to otter them FAXftXX.1T GROCERIES, rrosh from market, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English Prcak fast. Tfic llncst in tho inuiki't. If youyant mixed Teas, Imv pure Teas of DAllNES A CltOWLEY, jilek raspberry leaves and mix to Milt your taste. You will liud it cheaper than to hliv mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. DAllNES A CltOWLEY KEEP THE PEST corrans. UI.D GOVEUNMEaT .JAVA, UK), Al'ItlCAN, I AND GltOUND COFFEE, SPICES. Ktllftly pure. Go to DAllNES A- OllOWLEY'S for the bent V. R. IflCOIiASSESj SUGAHHOUSE DUCAIIS. V. 1J HAVANA, .MUSCOVADO, DEMEPAHA, AX I) peitned OF ALL ...

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 June 1868

Transcript. "Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, YT, AAEDN"ES"nAY, JTJjSTE a 1SGS. NO. 19. Vermont Vermont Daily Transcript, lTliMSmci) KACII JJVHXI JfO. (ijlin in Harm' Muck, Lithe St., St. Atbiniii, YVILJ'UK P. DAVIS, l'HOP'lt. WlMIUll I. 13 A VIST, 'Kfiilor Al.MONT UAHN'KS, fJMItori'- I . tehmB : Per year, In nilvnnco, 58,00 Six months, in advance 1,00 Tin i o mouth, in advance 2.00 ()!! month, in advance 71) ilvi '(.-.( iih ills should bo handed in a early n ti" morning of the (lay of their intended pub 'natti ii. Sjx'ftarfrs. I believe in Bjiuelaeles, and think the invintor of thuiu deserveB the sinne hearty encomium tlmt honest Siuielio Panza bestows upon the man who in vented bleep. "Who of all the millioiiH who use tpee-taele-' ean (ell me the utory of S)ina'n life? O ungrateful and ungenerous mortals! Vou write (lie liiojiniphien and eherish the memories of "the plot ters and diyturberri of the world," but know nothing of and eaiv nothiiift for, the bci-t and truest benefactor of the race....

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 June 1868

V.H1RMOMT "DAILY 'PUANSCHUJT, JTMIt!:, 1H6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, "Wednesday, Juan ;, 1808. Letters of Accept a nee. (k')i. Grant ami Spcnki-r Col fax lmve each written formal lutters accent lug the nomination of the Kupubllean conven tion. That of the former gentleman is brief, iut most of Grant'n letters and speeches are, and evidently never went through any circumlocution oillce or nroccsH. It ix directly to the point, and will meet the approval of reasonable men. It is as follows: Washington, 1). C. May 20, IPOS. To Ocu Joseph li. TIawley, President National Union liepnhliean Convcn- I n formally accepting the nomination of the National Union Republican Con vention of thet'lst of May Inst., It seems proper that some statement of views be vond the mere acceptance of the nomi nation should be expressed. '1 be pro cccdingsof the Convention were marked with wisdom, moderation, and patriot ism, and I believe express the iceiings of the great mass of those whosiislained the count...

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 June 1868

VJ4KMONT DAILY TllASORTPT, .) LHSTb 8, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wkdnksday, Junh :i, is. Local Items, Tin: Hi'iscoi'.u, Convocation. It will be seen thnt vc have seemed a very full anil accurate report of the first day's proceedings oftho Episcopal Convoca tion at Montpolior, which we print to da., . The eonfeciation of Rev. Dr. Bis scll as Bishop of the Diocese of Ver mont, which took place to-ilay, will he the subject of of a report which we shall publish to-morrow. As the pro ceedings of the Convocation are of spe cial interest to a considerable number of our readers, we think it may be fairly expected that a "live dally" wilt give (hem. GLMUtAL CONCiUKUATlONAL Cox- vi ntion. The general convention of Congregational churches in Vermont will be held at Sr. .iohnshtiry, commenc ing on Tuesday, June Kith. -t- XuW LoiHiHixFAiHi'lULl). A Lodge of Good Templars was infitituteil in Fair field Tuesday evening, by I). CI. V. C. T., Yv". A. Cooper, assisted by olllcers and members of...

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 June 1868

VKRMOTSTT DAILY TRA.NBOTHPT, JinSTHJ 6, 1868. NEW FIRM ! AND NEW GOODS. NEW GOOES gOMETIHN'O CUT THIS OUT ! -J15,l THIS! H11A 1) THIS I 1868, &gEsfc Jkzh 1868, NEAT AND NEW! MONKV FtlllNIKlir.I) TO l'.W BARMB8 & OROWLltV WO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would Buy to the peoplo of Franklin County, thnt they are prepared to offer them FAIVIXIiir GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at the lowest cash pi ice, nt Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. The finest in the maikot. It you, want mixed Teas, buy pure Ten of HAltNKKiV CltOWLHV, pick 'raspberry leaves and mix to Miit your taste. You will llnd ii cheaper tlian to buy mixed Teas of any Now York Tun Company. HAltNES ,V OI!OWLE KEEP THE BEST coffees. Old) UOYKIINMEVI' JAVA, 'it 10, AFMOAN, AND GltOUND COFFEE, SPICES. .Strictly puro, Oo to UAHNKH .V OllOWLKY'S for the best P. B. MOLASSES, STJOAIIHOUSE STTHtJPS. STTGAHS. '. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEllAltA, AND HEFINED OF ALL GHA...

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 June 1868

B uliiii ,, , t j. ,. . uummrri.L ,ig.i.TriatJrimL jj . jj ... ninn i Tif- 1 Vermont Daily 1 rans -, . mm .l... nxj. j-x-jnnw nr-U.-iJ-J.ui i il "" """ ' ' ' .'V cript. Vol. XI Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. " JLIBA-ISTS, VT., MONDAY, JTJjSHI) 8, HSGcS. jSTO. 28. IIAHIiUS AVYM.W, "111 frlllitHUKn -lUOlt HVKNINU. , Ilanm' Wool; ImUi- St., SI. Alhnnx, VI. WIIiBUU ALMONT . DAVIS,, 1. JdAvis U A It NHS, PHol'Ml. 'thru: T13HMS ! 1'ir year, in nilvnuco, S,00 Six months, in ndvnneo Tlnci months, in ndvnneo, One ii"iitl in advance '' 1w rtw. nienlK Hlumltl be bunded in as onrly lis the morning f tho day of tlioir intended publication. Odds and Ends. c 1847 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, sttrcnsstin to Acknowledging tlio kindness and liboinl pat ronage ot'tlio public in the past twenty veins, I, Charles Wyman, The American Cooking Stove in yi TRANSCRIPT MHll'li 1 ftAft 4 T mi adjourned term or the Circuit C'mitt of " .1 O WO i j tll(. i llit,.,i Stat. s, for the Northern District I .,(' V..H-V,,iL (...

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 June 1868

Yorinont Daily Transcri)t. Monday, .Iuni: s, 1808. Tie Fenians. Two yearn ngo ottrquict (own wnssud (lenly nimle the seene of world-wide In terest by (he advent of the right wingof an army before unknown to (he world, the army of the Fenian Brotherhood. There was .soniethinj,' so quiet, so deter mined, so orderly in the movement, so far as It was exhibited to the nubile, that people who lunched at llivl at the Idea of the taking Canada by bands from the United States, could but ad nilro the eoura;e and the evident dbeip line and organization which the move ment cxnihilcu. Tnat mien men as O'Ni'll, Sweeney, Spear, and others, well skilled in military matters, should embark in such a demonstration, was a nledireof the earnstness and sincerity of the Fenian movement, no matter how hopeless it appeared to the dispassionate looker on. Tne ofl'ort of that time proved that the Fenians had a grand ob ject in view, and men of ability, who eoidd ill afford to "play" conquest, to lead and cont...

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 June 1868

Arii.inmi TViilv Tvnil4i'vinf I T,M4 ""Hn"'1 rndcpcntlanlmy, there Y 01 MOM VdUy liailblJIJlit lM im)1,ai,iv no doubt Unit the Burlinp- Monday, .Iuni: a, 1B0S. Local Items. A Vacation'. Wo are Informed by one of the ventry of St. Luke's Church tluil Rev. .1. Ishiun B11hs, the rector of that chinch, him been voted u vacation by the vestry, and will be absent a few weeks from thin date. . - Picikon Hi 1,1,. A cotillion party Is to be given by Mr. Noah Sngor, at the Frontier Hotel, Pigeon 31111, on the .'!d of July. A tine chance to "cut a pi geon wing," atXoah'n. II. E. & S. II. Lpavis have this day. June nth, opened a large stock of J) res (hmds, comprising Wash Poplins, Tat ko and Tripoli Cloths, colored and While Piques, Shawls, Parasols and Sun Umbrellas at reduced price. -Uf Kauirax. A gentleman in Fairfax kindly favors us with the following Items'of interest: Mr. 13. Chcllis, of the 11 rm of Chcllis & Hunt, has told ids in terest to Ira E. Hunt for $2,00(1. S. H. Hunt, o...

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 June 1868

VKRMON'L1 DAFLY ' PR A jSTS OIi.T PT, JUNE 8, L86S. N E W F I B M ! NEW GOODS araiirniiso mvv niT.rro rrrm i niDn ,.,.., 1868, jtgEn 1868, Ogdensburgh to the West. ' - J . Jl. V NEW GOODS. NEAT AND NEW! - T MONT.V ri'HNlHlir.1) TO AV NO. 2 BARNES' B SLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the pccple of Franklin County, that they nrr pivpaud to offer them FAftXXJLlT GHOCSHXIiS, Freeh from market, nt tho lowest cash price, at Wholesalo and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Uroak fast. Tiio finest in tho niaikct. If yoiiwant mixed Teas, buy pure Tens of RARN'ES A CROWLEV, pick raspberry leaves and mix to unit your taste. You will lind it cheaper than to buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. harnp.s a crowlfa Ki:i;i'TiiK rest oorrEiis. OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, JtIO, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strict!) pure. Oo to KARNES A CROWLEY'S ior the best . R. MOLASSES, SUGARHOUi3E SYRUPS. SUGARS, I'. It., HAVANA. MUSCOVADO, DEMERARA, AND REFINED OK ALL GRADES. I...

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 June 1868

1 1 ST. ALBANS, VT., TUESDAY, J"t 2s K f), 1SGS. Vol. T. NO. 0,4-.. Yoraiont Daily TinnBci-ipt. lTHl-ISHHl) HAClt KVUNIXO. iVh-i iii Humeri1 !lnrl:, hike St.. St. Allutiix. W'WAIVU 1. DAVIS, IMtop'it. AA'mmflt V. UvM, 'r;or. Al.MO.VT I'.AHNKS, l '-"""r"- I P r v, .nr. Ill advance, vi Mx months, in advance . li'H) Plir.-i months, in advance, 2.P0 ),h ri.ii.th, in advance 75 i iliM-mpnU should be hnudcd in ns cmly us ili' morning of tin- tin) of llii'ir intended pub ill lltlllll. liiithtih)! hi Ihv Good Templars. Tin- Vermont h'ci'urd of lust wool; coll-1 . . n !.. i. .... r..i., ,.rl tnni- fill' lollowins clear Pfatcnicnl of whit nitiflt n intermtinji proccctliinr to look at : " Wo lutvo boon ho ofton (wilted with hoinjr a secret society thut wo linvo con cluded to lot outsiders know just how wo initiate nersons in (iood Templar Lodges. A ootoniporar.v tolls it ) well; that wo propose to use- ins wonts : intiio 1 1 r -1 place tho victim is blindfolded, bound bund and foot and thrown ...

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 June 1868

V.PIU1.0Nrr DAILY rrRANSCRIPT, JUNE 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Tuesday, Junk , 1808. Tiroiriiif Dirt. There I scarcely a man who haw been in public life an long an Mr. Colfax, the present Speaker of the Houk1, and nom inee of the Republican parly for Vlce Vreahlenl, who haw had lcssaid against him as a man or as n polltlclnti ; or who has Hccured ho many personal friends, both In and out of the party to which ho beloims. We had hoped that this honorable distinction which Mr. Col fax bus earned, and which has been so fairly aooorded to him, would continue his unchallenged, even through iho heat of a general campaign ; hut we fear our bones were too sanguine, A candidate for olllce is situated much like a frog in a pond, surrounded with boys, lie lias only to have his head elevated, to invite n lump of mud or a stone, and generally conies out of the "sport lo you but death tons" contest, or rather ordeal, with a bruised and weary head. We suppose there Is something natural in thi...

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 June 1868

V KllM ONT DA i LY 'lEANHCRTP'J1, J LTNTK 0, 1S68. Vonnont Daily Trail scrip!;, Tcupday, .Ikn-i: !), lsiis. Local Items, Ruttkh. The price of butter in our market to-day was nlioul (ho same an Inst week, though (lie tendency ?cciiis (o he u little upward. From 30 to ."12 cents w (he usual price, hut some brought it lilti as .'!,'! eents, and a little choice I'lm went higher. The amount brouirht in for shipment was 711i tubs, averaging o() pound eacli, making !!7, 1 1 tO pounds in all. No cheese to speak of wasbmughl in. Price-, as last week, 10 to M. Plusoxai,. Major A. A. Gib.-on,of (he 1. S. army, commanding olllcer at Foil Warren, Uoston Marhor, who was In command of )he tioopsstmioncd here during the Fenian move in lfiiHJ, arrived in town lust night, and is now stopping at the Welden J louse. Hon. W. ('. Smith arrived at home, from Washington, last night, accompa nied hy his family. lion. O'Neil, the Fenian loader, parsed through St. Albnns on Saturday even ing, but did not slop...

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 June 1868

VKRM.ONrr DAILY TOAN8CH,IPT, JVNIi ), L868. N E W V I KM ! NEW GOODS HMHTifiNn 'OUT TTTTS OUT j jKAO tiiis' iu5a,,,i'i,,s! 1868, &&k jagia 1868, Ogdensburgh to the West. AND- NEW GOODS. i NEAT AND NEW!1 MONKY K1!llMS1ll'.l Tl) l'Y i in 1 in i hi NO. 2 BARNES BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the uouple ol l'ranliliti Cuunty, that they arc prepared looker thrtn FAIVIILY GROCERIES, Fresh from nmrhet, at the loeah price, a, TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong ami English hrcak fast. The finest in the market. If youwant mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of hAHNES A' CltOWLEY, pick "raspberry loaves ami mix to Biiit your taste. You will ilml it cheaper than to buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company lSAltNKSA CltOWLin K KKP TilK II EST COFFEES. OLD OOVF.IiNME.vT .JAVA, l!IO, AFltlOAN, AND OltOUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure. (io to hAHNES A CltOWLEY'S tor the best T. H. MOLASSES, SUGAIIHOUSE SYRUPS. SUGARS. 1 It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEUAltA, AND ltl'.I'INPJ) OP ALL OltADKS...

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