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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 10 June 1868

v eiiii on x - JTTT h " Vol. f . V 1847 -,o' 18Q8 WYMAN &. HUNTINGTON, Acknowledging the Mndnefca and liberal pat ronage of tint public in the past twenty yetiru. I, Charles Wyman, Now rviwir tliu pi online, (ami let the pant be the assurance ) that tliin corner of the good little STATU OF VHIIMOK'I, Anil Nome portion of the '. (J., ahall bo well anil iioiitMiv suppiieii at tno lowi-at poaaiblo rated Willi all tlic grime ol American, .Swiss A hngliaii I W A T K B S In OOliD and SIl.VKlt Cases, J E W E L Ii Y Latent patlci'i'M and all grade , i KINK UUliD, SlLVKll ami ' l'l.ATl'.D ( HAINs. K1AX. I.OCKiri's. ( II MNs, Masonic and Mechanics' Pins,-Solid Silver Ware, warranted tine as coin, lieaulifiil I'roin all the best factories, such as IT. SKTS, ( AKKHASKKTS, 1IKIM1Y D1SIIKS, CASTOHS, IMTOIIKHS, OOliLKTS, Sl'OON" CUPS SMiip t ups, Mustanl and Child's Cup.-, 1 nllui Plates, tinaliv ei ervthing of llr.-t 1' al .1 Wari'. Vases, ijnality SOI AGENCY Tliih can is the only place in th...

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 June 1868

VEE,MONrr TA.IL.Y TTCA!NBORTPT9 jriSTK lO, 1HGS. tod uv bcln tainted with Ablllsliiiilsni. But my bretherlnir let It be remembered thnt success Im the main objeck. Suc cess 1h wnt Bnaconi wnnts thnt 1 belli eontlnyood In oills, may hev the menus to pay for the llkker 1 consooin. nml to avoid the necessity uv boliicontinyooiil ly rckestcd to chalk It down, which practis he esteems illsgustin, and one which greatly Incren-es his labors, t'apt. McPelter wants success that he may eontlnyoo to hev Assessors, Collec tors, and Rcvcnoo olllsers with which ho kin dlvldo the prolKH uv the $2 tax on the whiskey he makes, and Deekln Pogrnm wants success that w may hov his niggers agin? or at least that he may hev the privilege of hirln em for S4 per montli, deducting i2f cents per day for each day's absence, without no Burrow oillser or other military satrap hangln about to molest or make afraid. Success is the ninln pint, and of Hancock is the way, walk ye in It of Chase or Sey- nirmi' la fho ...

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 June 1868

0 VKlKMOjSrT DAILY rrKANSCEJPT. JTIiSTlO 1Q, 1S6S. Vermont Daily Transcript, YVi:i.N't:siiAY, Jt'Xi: Hi, IMls. Local Items, Uuttuh. "NVo limdoa mistake In our butler Item ofTucsdny In giving Hip amount brought in for oliipment, Hie whole amount l)ciiig oxnetly 1,!1R4 luiw, histondof 742. A i iinont imjier cays that the whole Slate Ih blossom I mr out with (irant ('lubs.-;.r. That'H us. Oru readers who love good musie will not forget the Concert to-morrow night by the Band of blind musicians, all graduates of the Perkins Institute for the Wind, Boston. AVe are assured by jnoil home authority that too much cannot lie Html in eommeiidationollhese performeiH, and their object i -urely worthy. Koran Tjhad. -Major Charlcn V. rpham, imymaster in the United .State." navy, was found dead in bin bed this forenoon, at Mont pelier, we are i n formed, ills age was lifty years. - Tin; (ieneral Convention 01 the Con gregational Church will hold its annual session ulFt. Johnsbnry on Tuesday June 10...

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 June 1868

VI-OItMOT T) A. I r TRAN8CRTPT, J UNE 1868. N B W F I K M ! NEW GOODS 8 lOMUTIUNa CUT THIS OTT III 1CA1 THIS! ItHAI) 'I'll IS ! '1868, jusEli 1868, AND- NEW GOODS. J NEAT AND NEW!: MONllY n'llNlNHMt TO 1UV Ogdensburgh to the West. JV it WT O. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would sny to the acoplo of Franklin County, that they are pre pai od to offer them FAMILY GROCERIES, Frrfdi from market, at tho lowest cash price, at I Wholesalo and retail. TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English Broak fast. Tl'ic linest in the niaikot. It on want piixed Teas, lmv jiiti f Teas of HAltNES A GBOWLKY, pick raspberry UinvoH and mix to Biiit vour taste. Von will tlnd it cheaper than to buy inked Teas of any New York Toa Company. jfAitNKs .v citovi,i: keep the dY;st porrEES. ot,D OOVElSNME.xT JAVA, .mo, AFRICAN, AND GliOUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure. Go to BABNES A- OltOWLEY'S for the best F. R. MOLASSES, SUGAHHOTJSE 5VHUPS. SUGARS. 1 It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEltABA, AND ItEITNED ...

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. — 12 June 1868

i Transcript. Vol. I. ST. LBVNH VT., PKTJ)A.Y5 .JTTjSTK 152, 1S6S. CIOTHING STORE ON-. LAKE STIt HIST. I MORTON & PERCY Having bought of O. W. Blodgett IiIh new and entire stock nf clothing, El'ENISKING . goods, J TATS AND CAPS, MOOTS K AND til 10 Eh, Fool satisllcd in savinir Id thp public t lint thev ran sell goods as low iih cnii lio bought In Frank mi County. All wo ask is to have eitstoiiiMs coino in, and satisfy themselves, bofnro pur chasing elsewhere. We hao, and tiro iceeiving, fill tho now stylos from market, ooiistMtui of READY MADE CLOTHING, 1TKNISHING ooo as, LTNEN AND PAFF.lt ( Ol.U. A1!S 01' ndless vai ioties, and a largo and well selected ' Slock-of Boots and Shoes, RubberCqats 1 and Boots, Which we will sell low for cash. We have tho largest assortment of HATS AND CAPS To be found in Northern Vermont. If vou don't believe it. call and see for yourselves. Our Clothing is New and Desirable, 'consisting of SPBINti OVKlt SACKS, TB1COT SUITS, FANCY CASSIMNltK PANTS 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. — 12 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TOANSORT.PT, JUNK 12, LS6S. lind in hlmsolf, one-half of tlio Inferior or native blood, which was juntas Ktrong in him, and likely to transmit its in ferior quality through inferior damn, as tlio imod blood which he had drawn from his fires, and thus there i- little progress made in improve ment from thin inoNRrcl bull. Still lie la better than a native" hull, nml should bo used when a better one ean ,,t i,rf li.iil. Tho Fame result will occur from Ycrmont Daily Transcript, Friday, .Iitnk 1808. Correspondence. .Our K'cstcni IIautm, Indiana , June 1803. Dear Transcript From Indianapolis to this place Is 74 ittflrtu nil (ln Tndlannnolls and Torre breeding Hums grade animals 1 1 iaute Railway. The road runs through The inferior blood one 1 1 11 UIVIIIC. 1 v . . - - - utte nsnnt to strike out among them I the Slate, and is otherwise Important, .e superior, of course an incongruity ' being u section of tlio Through Line bo ws in their various characteristics. iWcon St. Loui...

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 June 1868

VERMONT DAJJV THANSORTPT, JUNE 12, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript,'! Kit I hay, .lUNr. 12, 1808. Local Items, Plhsonal. lion. W. (!. .Smith loft homo to-day, for Washington. J lo says Mint the movement In favor of Chnw is jalnlli In htrfiiKth. (ho. F. HoiujhtiMi, l"l(.t of the Church Journal, also k'fl town to-day, for Now York. . Tin-: HUM'oco.MKiUH. Thin troupe, principally of Kymntirtta, wo believe, ex hibited in our town this afternoon, hut the turn-out was not an encouraglm? one, we believe. The Timm speaks highly of the eiitertaininent given by them in Ihirlinjrton. There hand, in a line hand-wagon, treated our citizens to some niusio this forenoon, and gave among other pieces "The .lolly I Jogs, or Slap, Bang, here we are again!" a capital comic piece, Tfthe lMppocoin ique wishes for good receipts in this vi einlt.N it should advertise in a more ju dicious manlier, and in a " live daily," where the people will be apt to see, and be able to read about it. - Tin; S3ircmiii:its....

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 June 1868

VJtJRMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, JUNE IS, 1868. NEW FIRM! QIIA1U.H "IVVPIAN, 1847 u.sso1,to 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, CUT THIS OUT !ftMADTI"""A''w' 1868, sSi 1868. -AND- NEW GOODS. MONEY rtlllNlHlir.il TO l'AY Ogdensburgh to the West. gOMETHINO NEAT AND NEW ! IN ST. ALBANS. Tin1 Drug Slore on Lake Street, i i hi AT- NO. 2 BARNES' BX.OCK j IijBlKX ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. ! Would say to tliu people ol' Franklin County, that thoy arc prepared to offer them rAMXIY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash priro, at Wholesale ami l ot nil. TEAS. yoimg tlvNOp, Japan, Oolong ami English Break fast, The finest in tho market. If yon want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaven nml mix to euit your taste. Yon will liml it cheaper than to buy mixed Toasot any New Yolk Ten Company. IIARNESA CIlOWLltt KEEP THE BEST coffees. ()i,i GOVEI!N'ME.T ' ritM niu, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure, (lo to HAltNKS A OROWLEVS for the best p. r. molasses, sugarh...

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. — 13 June 1868

i Vermont 1 ranscript. Vol. I. ST. ALBvViSfS, VT., SATrEDAY, JUNK 18, 1 80S. CLOTHING STORE yi TRANSCRIPT L ON LAKE 8TU1015T, JOB MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of G. W. Hlodgett hi new ami ontii-p stock of u.orjrixa, FURXJSIIIXU GOODS, HA TS AXD OA PH, hoots AND SHOES l'Yi'l satisfied ill saying to tho public tlmt thc can Mi ll goods "H low an can be bought in Frank lin County. All wo nsk is to have customers , I'onii' in, anil natinlV themselves, before pur ohasii g lsewlicro. Wo hnr. and mo leeching, I all tho now stylos from niarlii't, consisting of READY MADE CLOTHING, 'l J IK NEW 8TI5AM MILL! -01-- Bingham & Xciio tlir Kt-cliglit Dciml, Lincoln, All. hum, Vt. SI 58 .sr. a mu xs. H. A. CUTLER,- - PROPRIETOR. I .-! now l i Hily to grind corn luonl. line ur coarse. 1. and all kinds of grain for food. Tliis Mill wns built bv Holmes A Illiiiicliuiil, of l!6a-1 ton, of tlioV'ht French Turr, is complete fli ove-1 ryiespcet, and is capable of grinding twontv llvo bushels per ho...

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. — 13 June 1868

VEEMONT DAILY TRANSOKIPT, JUNJi 13. 1868. groan. It was a Rlnglo groan, and then all was t 111. But It wim Hitch a groan as no ono utters twice, and ho who hears) it never wlxlicn to hear it again, lie felt it his duty to rush into the house hut dared not. After long hesitation he went his way, Rpeeulat ing whether the widow had murdered her idiot son or had been niurdeied bv him. And when lie saw them both come quietly in to the village the next inir he doubted first his eyes and next his nieinoiy. Hut the same errand again brought him past that lonely house a few nights later. Again lie heard the nine o'clock bell as he approached the house and again, as he was opposite the house, that dreadful groan. The next night he walked out with a neighbor, m lim ing his step- that when near the house both hoard that mortal sound. Both were certain that it came from the house. , , . Three went out, and live, and lltteen and thlrtv. All heard the groan ; and all agieed that it was exact to it...

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. — 13 June 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCEIPT, JU3STE 13, 1S68. crmont Daily Transcript, i v Saturday, Juxh l.'t, isos. Local Items, Hurrah for the Fourth I Saturday Nioht. Again the ovon itijr that c1ok the Inst day of the wool;, brings quiet after six days' toll and care. There is a breathing time again, relaxa tion of the body and mind, and men welcome the rest which is a .sabbath. If labor is prayer, rest is tlie blessing which follows it a blessing which has The Fourth of July Is an Institution which ought to be celebrated. John Adams said so, in a confidential way to his wife, In a letter from l'l lladcl phia, in 177"). J. A. was rigid. Only think of It! The Declaration of inde pendance win passed In Congress on that even day, and the old cracked bell on Indopcnduucc Hall proclaimed it heartily if not musically, until it made the Quakers of IMiiladelphiiuuiakc with excitenient.jswlng their broad brimmed hats, and shout, " Bully !" or Komcthing equivalent to that in the Quaker dialect. Several othe...

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. — 13 June 1868

HiTBMONT DATLY T.KAlsrsOIXPT, JUNE 13. 1868. NEW FIE M ! AND NEW GOODS. c HAUliKS AVYHAA-, 8 OMETHINO CUT THIS OUT ! irA,,T HIS I HKAl) 'I'll IN ! 1868, 1868, 1847 1868 j WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, LNEAT AND NEW ! Ogdensburg'h to the West. MONEY I t'llNlSllI'.ll TO VS J VI NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK I ' LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. , Would nay to tho people of Franklin County, that they are prepared to oiler them FAMILY GROCERIES. I u.wwiK7, j rresii irom marKei, ai mo lowest casu price, iu Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tho finest in tho maiket. If yon want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, piek raspberry leaves and mix to suit your taste. You will lind it cheaper tlmutu buy iuixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. BARNES A CR0WLE1 KEEP THE REST COFPEED. OLD GOVERNMENT .1AVA, JllO, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Stricth pure. do to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for the beat p. r. molasses, 5ugarhouse syrups. 5UGAH.S. 1'. It., HAVANA, MUSCOV...

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. — 15 June 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. "Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, VT, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1868. NO. 29. Vermont Daily Transcript, j l't nijisHHu kacu ijvhninh. Ojihi Jinnies' Work, Lake SI.. St. Allium, WII.liUR 1 DAVIS, l'ltop'li. Wir.nmt I Davis, ;(V7f. VI. l'or year, lu advance, $3,00 Six months, in advnnoo 1,00 Three months, in ndvaiieu 2.00 One month, in advance 75 Advirtisenieuls should )i handed in as early as tin' morning of the day of their intended pub lication. Odds and Ends. Ti'iiipuniiK'u i tho host inodit'ino. Dentil is curtain ; time uncertain. Lot your talk bo honont, true, con cise. Hotter snare at the brim than at the bottom. Let your thoughts be sober, divine, godly. Kveryoiio's thought are not writ ten on his forehead. Lot your apparel be modest, neat, comely, Let your works charitable. Insensibility is drunkenness. lie holy, profitable, tho companion of Let your manners bo grave, court eous, cheerful. Let your diet be temperate, conven ient, frugal. Society, like faded silk, must be ...

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. — 15 June 1868

VERMONT DA.TJLY lRANBOUIPT, J TJlSriil 15, L86S. Vermont Daily Trtmsoript, Monday. .Tuni: !', 18158. The Cretan.. tieadtniiied. 'IMm island of Crolo. ill the Millth eastern part of the Mediterranean yea, la an island Vermont. Somewhat nar rower and longer than this stale, it con laiiiH a little more land, which rises into mountains through its centre, and is a gem of the ocean as this is of the laud irlorlous for oeautv. The inhahilanlfl of that mountainous island arc, like all mountaineer, hold, five in spirit, ami lovers of liberty. Their Island home is famous in song and story, and before the birth of Christianity it was named the " Island of the' .Messed." There written laws 11 rut embodied natural jus tice in ti form that was ahead of the timcHof other states, as did the Consti tution of Vermont. " Injthe palmy days of ancient Greece," says Dr. Howe, "it was a republic ; and its inhabitants have been, and still are, strongly democratic in their tendencies." Hut lying lict ween ...

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. — 15 June 1868

VmMOaSTT DAILY TiRA-ISTS CETP T, JXJjSTK 15, 1S6S. Vermont Daily Trail script, Monday, Junk lo, lstw. Local Items. I Jt&iylnlcrcsting matter, original or se lected, lint always bo found on the first 1'nKt. Tun Fouirnt in St. Amunh. The com! nt; Fourth of July 1m to bo duly ob served in St. Albans. Wo believe this may now be Minted as a fixed fact. Our hotel-koenoiv, merchants and business inen are subscribing liberally to raise t lie necessary funds to pay the prizes lo be ottered to Fire companies from abroad. Our own Fire Companies are moving in earnest in the matter and are determined that everything shall pn-s oil' in the pleasantest possible manner. Hereto fore when the Fourth has been celebra ted in St. Albans, a large amount oi money bassoon invested in Fire Works, which has been regarded by many as a useless piece of extravagance. Thlsyear this is to bo, as we think, very properly done away with. All the Fire Depart ment ask is enough to pay the amount of prizes oH'orcd ...

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. — 15 June 1868

YEEMONT DAILY rmANSO.UTPT, JU2STJB 15, 1868. NEW FIRM! AND NEW GOODS. QHAUIilSS WYHAS, 1847 Ht.roKHw.it TO 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON. VT. TRANSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT !e- :vu,,s: 1868, ja2B2 1868. Ogdonsburgh to the West. siosr.v rtmxiHiir.i) to v.w BARNB8 & UROWLttY -AT- NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK IiAXE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tho people of Franklin County, tlint uioy aro prepared to oner mem FA1HIIY GROCERIES, Fresh from mnrkot, fit tho lowest cash price, nt Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Voting Hviton, Japan, Oolong anil English Break fast. The finest in tho niaiket. If you want mixeil Teas, buy puro Teas of BARNES .V. CROWLEY, llick raspberry leave h anl mix to suit your taste. You will tinil it cheaper than to buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. BARNES A C'llOWI.in KEEP THE BENT COFFEES. OLD GOVEUNMEVl' JAVA, mo, AFRICAN, AN'U GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure. Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for tho best . v. k. molasses, sugahhousb syhups. SUGARS. P. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVA...

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. — 16 June 1868

Transcript. Vermont JL ST. ATJBAJSrS, VT., TT7 1 S DAY, 10, 1SG8. Vol. I. NX). BO. Tcnnont Daily Transcript, Pl'lILlSHIM) EACH EVENING. Ojllrv ill Harms' lllorl; l.akr St., St. Attains, VI. WILBUR P. DAVIS, I'lior'n. "Wii.ntnt ALMONT THUMB ! Per voar, in advance, Ji),00 Six months, in advance -1,00 Tim ni'.ntli-, in advance, 2.00 On ii,. ntli. in advance "5 Vhi ittMi incuts should ln handed in as early km tlu morning of tin- day if their intondcd pub lie 11..U1. Fium tbe Galena Gaetic, May '.'7. Fire Ladies Saw a Cortl of Wood i ltd Win $100, A few evenings since a little parly, eoiiHiHtlng of live young ladies and two young gentlemen, happened to meet in it parlor, in tins city. During the con versation one of the gentlemen (whom we will call "A.") said to the other (who .shall he known as "13. ") that lie would give him one hundred dollars if he would sum" one cord of wood twice in two in one day, in the most puhlic place on Main Street. JL declined. Sawing wood was not his host h...

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. — 16 June 1868

VIKKMOjSTT TIA3SrSClIPT, JUN.Iil 16, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, TUKSDAY, J ONI! 10, 1803. The Cluine Movement. From all tho paiioro which ronio to our table, and from all parts of the coun try, wu inithcr the newa which convin ces U8 that the curious) political trans formation which kocm uniler the naniu of " the C'haMc Movement" is ex tensive, gathering earnest ne.-s, and whether destined to he hucco.-hI'uI for Sir. Chaso or not, destined to he an ele vating Inlluence in party politics. Mr. Chase, undoubtedly wants to he Tre-d- Hldent. No one that learns ha failed to leain that. The Democratic party wants a candidate as much as Chase wants to be one. Hut It cannot llnd one in its own ranks, who has not some fault which makes him practically valueless; for men must he run, like horses, towin, and with a hope of winning. Hut Mr. Chase and the Democratic party were not brought up and schooled together, and some formalities are neces sary, of an introducing nature, before they can...

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. — 16 June 1868

? VERMONT IVULY TBANSOBIPT, JTJjSTO 1G9 1SGS. Vermont Daily Transcript, Tin SUA Y, .lUNH 10, lSl'S. Local Items, tyrlnloivHtiiiK matter, ori'-inal or po lectoil, may always bo found on the llrst ll?o. Rittteh. To-day was thellvlicst day yet in our market, since tho opening of the season, and butter was brought In In large quantities. The whole amount brought in and shi-ined was loii!) tubs, we believe, and prices were from to ;t!eents, with Home lots at 'AA. Hut 112 cents was the average price. Weight of butter shipped, at fit) lbs. to the tub, 70,.JC0 lbs. ,Some new cheese was brought in, and eight boxes shipped. Price from 10 to 1 1 cents, Tin: FouitTir. A meeting of the olll- pers of the two lire companies of this nlnee was hold last night, at the ollice of Messrs.. )ewv fc Noble, and tho pro- gramme for n uo"lobratlon of the coining 4th of July arranged. The firemen, with commendable zeal and patriotism, nnnvasfiod our town for sitbseriiit ions for a celebration, and their effor...

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. — 16 June 1868

VKKMOjSTT IDA.T.T..Y TOANSOKIPT, JUN1S 16 1S68. N E W 3? I E M ! AND NEW GOODS. VT. TRANS CRIPT CUT TlifS OUT " kAth.s, 1868, 1868, 1847 fouTo 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, MoNl'.Y rtilINtsltr.lt To I'.VV Ogdcnsburgh to the West. JOB 1 lil V ' 1 1 111 NO. 2 BARNES' BIOCK i i LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. . i Wonlil say It) the ri cijilf of Iranklin County, thnt Ihoy areprcpaud toothr them FAMILY GROCERIES, Fresh from markot, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English lfoulc fast. Tho finest in tho inaikot. If you want mixed Tens, buy pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick rasiibwry leaven and mix to Mljt your taste. You will lind it cheaper than to buy mixed Turn of any New Yolk Tea Company. JtAKKUS A CROWLEY KEEP THE llKS'l' ooitees. old UOYEIiNME T JAVA, RIO, AFRICAN, AN GROUND COFFEE, SPIOES. Strictly pure. Go to BARNES A- CROWLEY'S for the bant F. H. MOLASSES, STTC5-AXlHOtfSE stthups. SUGAIIS. 1'. 1!., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEltARA, AM...

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