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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont daily transcript. — 13 May 1868

Transcript. Vermont ST. AJLISAJSTS, VT., WEDNESDAY, MAY lft, 1868. NX." Vol. T. 1. Daily Vermont Daily TransciPt. IMTllIitSHKI) EACH HVKNINU djlire in lldrnfK' llliivk, Luke SI.. V. Ml WIIiHUH V. DAVIS, IMtol i. WiMint P. Davis, f,,().f . A. Uaunes I lVr year, in advance, Six inoiitliH, In advance Three motitli-. in advance 8,(0 , 4,00 . 2.(11) One mouth, Iiuudvuucc ' Advertisements hIkiuIiI Ik- handed i!-H.l',ir'3' h.h tlic uininitig of tlio day of their int 0(1 I"1"" licalion. Poetry. Son net. Shall l forget tin i' when the epri g hum buck, tul tin' grce? njii-tM begin about tlirce.. Ami cling ami biightcn : unil m In-, bus nicR Of living, iniii no tsar of niclodios, Ami no eyes wcnrj or the rainless r. Tin' wm I'd grown shccU r than a lu ''tin bear, Live with white unlets whose breii bus made Each like a pillow wheic numr hi -aio laid, l'ragiant. ami Irail. anil hid in thei!1"1 '"" Whin nil sweet tlowi l -cot iiti ri'ic happ ihvnn-M, From golden iiii inoiii M of ii'ilrii t'",. An...

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 May 1868

VttT&MCXNTT DTLY rmA2STSOKTPT, IMA 13, lsea Vermont Daily Transcript. Wkdnksday, May in, 1808. The Coinhiff Cam pa tun On thu 20th of the present month the Republican National Convention will meet at Chicago to nominate cnndldutos to be supported by Republicans for the otllco of President and Vice President of the United Slates, and to put foiwnrd anew a platform of principles, there can be no doubt that (Jon. t S. (.'runt will be the choice of the Convention, as he is of the people, for the first office, and we sincerely trust that the strong name of that true patriot, Hannibal Hamlin, will be selected for the second. The Democracy, or as it has been more proporly called in view of its liall'sup port of Mr. Johnson, and in view of one of its cliaiacleristics, the Demijohmon party will make its nomination of stand ard bearers in New York, on the 1th of .lulv. according to the issued call. We think that policy will dictate to (hut party the nomination ofa western man, and that Mr...

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 May 1868

iinminiiiiiMHtii VTCKMONT DAILY TISANS C0EH3? T, MAY IB, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Whdnkhday, May iss. Local Items, Our J mill. In accordance with tho prompt- sol forth in our Prospectus, which hu- been cliculuted through the County, we, to day, commence tho ptihllcatlon of the ViiKMONT Daily TitANsmii'T. It will he our earnest endeavor to furnish a pu peithat will he crcdltahle to our pros perous town, both as regards reading matter undj typographical ap pearance. Wo'phall advocate those measures, political or otherwise, which we deem for theibost htterc.-ts of the Na tion, tho State and County, regard less of t Incuts on the one hand or llnttery on the other. We have associa ted with us in the editorial manage ment or (lie paper, Almont Haines, Ksq.i formerly editor and publisher of the St. Albans Mcixenncr, who is a newspaper writer of acknowledged ability, and who will second our every effort to furnish the community with a "live daily." The present number ofthe Daily will...

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 May 1868

V13TMO:NT DAILY TRA"NTSCR f"P I MAY 18, 186R. DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S S The Farm and Garden, ' MwmM. I wnt oifco iW.eut at n oiirlou.s scene Aarleiiltural Items. which took place in the Phljico Vim- ' Wloijic. When In conversation with m A table Hiioonfitlof eoarHesiilt dropped ; French physician, at the corner of the ; on each hill of corn, Hooii after planting Hue St. Ilonorc, a.gronp of then ve er- xt i T It! far bettor to keep oU' cut-worms than ana adVancied toward us. From their : $ U K A N ( E wmkliiL' the corn in fjas.s tar. Tlie salt uesliculntionH, they appeared lobe hlgli- J - -11 J Krrlci I dmVn hv the rains, and act .m ! Vy eseltOtl with the miMeot of their con n fertilizer, beside destroying the worm. , ycrsatioit, and were evidently endeavor-; Unlcs the season is very wet the coat-1 ing to Impress upon one of their com nully Ing of the tar interferes with theabsorp- j (a tall, thin, pale faced old man, in the j 7. . V. .... ii I mil form tC in Tumor nl fJunriM smiio J...

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. — 14 May 1868

Daily Transcript. V ermont Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript. publish nn each kviwixo. njlirr in llm-nvs' Dine!.; l.ttkv St., St. Mima. IV. WILBUR V, DAVIS, lMtoP'li. WiMiuit 1 Davis, ) ,.w.7,,,w ti:hms : Per year, in advance, tH,W Six months, in advance 1.00 Three months, in advance, --'JO One month, in advance 75 Advertisements should bo handed in .is ally as tin' morning of the day nf their intended pul lirntiun. Poetry, Sjiriiif ('( aniiiu. 1 iiv a miivuuuu. Tin melancholy days liavo citnio, t lie saddest ! ni the year, I Of cleaning paint and scrubbing lloors. mill scmiiing tar and near : Heaped m a corner of the room, tin- ancient! diiMt lay ipiiot. , Nor rose it at the father's tlead, nor at tlic children's t int ; ; lint now the carpels am all up, and from tlic staircasi; top I Tlic uiistMss calls to man and maid to wield the , broom and mop. Win re me tliOst' looms, those ipiict rooms, the luue-chut now pri Hinted. h 1 1 1 in we dwelt, nor dreamed ill dirt, so eo.-y and coii...

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. — 14 May 1868

V1HJB.M03STT DAXLY TBANSC.RT PT, MAi 14-, 18G8. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 14, 18G8. J m peach meiit. Thu mljotirnniciit of the Somite until Saturday, on account of the sickness of Senator Howard, given n further chance for the veracious WuHhiiiKton eorrc-pon-dentH to manufacture sensational mes sages for a fuw days longer, to excite the people, and gives the people a longer pro bation for excitement. For ourselves, wo have placed little reliance upon the dicta of newspaper correspondents at the capltol, where the centre of excitement is. We have judged of the pending trial from the beginning in the light of a verv few fad, and amid all the ru mors about this and that Senator, by this;andthat writer, have judged of the probabilities of the result in the light of those facts. It has seemed to us, and docs still, that the Senate was virtually committed to conviction as the result of impeachment, from the beginning, and this not in any way compromising to themselves as me...

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. — 14 May 1868

VliTHMOT DAJI.Y TRANSCRIPT, MAY 14, 1S68. Vermont Daily Transcript. Vi:ini-:kiav, May M, lwis, Local Items, Mi:, L. 1. Kimi'ton hit ivmovi'tl 1iN fuiu'y goods nnd ili'os ami climk-nmk-ing 'ctiiblishi)ient to the building op posite (ho store of rjnxo& IMiiccon Main St., recently vacated by the Mc-stv. iU'dtird. A Yoi'Nd l$i:i:i Mr. 15. Whitney, of Kii"t Kranklin, has a calf, a cross be tween short horn and native stock, wliich weighed when one day old 11 1 pounds. -- Ji:kksimhi:. Mr. Caleb Ladd has sold his farm in that town for $'.fiW, to H. Towle, and purclm-cd the tlrst farm east of lllghgnte Falls, formerly owned by Samuel Austin, for SHiUO. Vaiuocs were the comments yester day afternoon on the appearance of the tlrst number of the Vkhmont Daily TirANseiui'T ; all, however, it is grati fying to bo assured, were of a compli mentary nature. Wo shall each day irive a fair amount, of reading matter, following somewhat the arrangement of ye.-terday, which will please both our subs...

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. — 14 May 1868

The dash militias .Papers Sum Xatrat History. The nllli;ntor Is notn nrttifof Nu Kiik land: ho iz loo umcIcsh :i critter to be born there. i im hnloiiim down South, and ro.Hltlw ' In Mm wunoHwamn that the ooDnerhead I duz, - i lie lives upon a raw pie;, nnd don't hesitate to take them whole, if there don't happen to be a .smaller one on hand. lie in also fond of a little nigger once in a while, by way of fresh bite. Tliev are amphibious, mid several other kinds of cuss tew plenty tu inen hen. What on earth they are good for I don't seem to know, unless it is tew watch for pigs. Their hides can bo tanned into leath er, but they are as hard to skin as a beech tree iz ; and the leather when tanned iz jest about as limber as a cook In stove. Hut one pair ov boots made out of alligatorwill last as longas a man's name duz ! The only way to wear them out is to heave them away. Alligator meat is not luscious. If you ask for it at a fust klass hotel the alwus tell yu "that they are just out....

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 May 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. Vol. I ST. AX.BANTS, VT., FRIDAY, MA.Y 15, 1868. jSTO. 8. Vermont Daily Transcript, i'inu,ism:i each evening. Ojflceiu llitrut ' Work, l.kc SI., SI. AHuum, I. WILBUR I'. DAVIS, lMtoi'Mt. ' Wilbur P. Davis, miUm, A. BAKNF.S, J TKHMH Per year, in advance, . . ?'"! Six mouths, in advance LOO Tlircu months, in advance, ii.00 One niontli, in advance '' Advertisements should be handed in as . ally as the morning of tin' day of tlifir intended pub lli'atiitn. General Miscellany. DEXiXXiAH. SirThoiniiH Winton and I are follow directotxofa Company which will nev er, I fear, make the fortunes of either ofiin; but it iiyn its way live percent on capital, the salaries of secretary, clerks, and porter,and the guinea-fees of the directors, are always punctually forthcoming. Now, it is a singular fact, that however well oll'u man may he, a munea always lias an attraction for him : and Sir Thomas inton, when in town, is very regular in his attendance at the Hoard'. The cha...

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 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRAKSCUUPT, ATAl: 15, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 15, 1808. Opinions on Jiniieaehinent. The Now York Tribune says tluil tho acquittal of Johnson is but the beginning of the storm. Kai-h ncqulttul lias here tofore only nerved hlni to commit acts which more resolutely delled Congress and thcpeojile, and invited punishment. Ho will not fail to do the same hereaf ter. Grimes, Fesi-endon, Henderson and Trumbull must prepare to share the blame of a complete revolutionaiy sub jugation of Congros to the President, and a nullification and fowlble resistance of all the laws he has vetoed, and an ejection of all the olllcers, including Gen. Grant, who have incurred his dis pleasure. Get down, noble Senators, therefore, into the dust. (Jo at your work of eating dirt as if you like it. You will have too much of it to do, to make any ado about it at the outset. Tito New York Time asserts that "im peachment has failed, it never was a He publican measure, but only a...

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 May 1868

VKUMOINT DAILY TB AGISTS CHIP T, MAY 15, 186R. Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 1", law. Local Items, 'I'm: Daifu Mcmsi norr say that the -all Thanscimi'T "starts oil' witli 'every act Unit will draw.' " Yes; Wo "tlrew" seventv-llvc subscribers yesterday. TliKju'iitleninniy editor of the Rut land Herald record a visit to miuii Cashmere goats, owned hy a resident of Rutland, and says thai they, the goats of course, "will repay u vi-lt." In pen-on V Outers. Murray & Stone's Cireiis is coming to Vermont. Children, get your half shekels ready. - Mil. (Jut)U(u: W. Boon:, formerly of St. Alhaiw, now a resident, of Jackson ville, Flornda, has been elected a mem ber of the Flornda Legislature by eight hundred majority. Mr. Rogue will ac cept our thanks for copies of the Consti tution and Journal of the proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Florida. Mntm.AUY. Our look-out informs us that the cellar of Messrs. llrcck & Wcth crbee's store was entered by b...

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 May 1868

VKTCMOnSTT DAILY TRA.NSCEIPT, MAY 15, 186S. tcosrtsriui most 1st l'Atii:. wo can nuuui;o It. ; and oven (hat will H )oil the play." "Is it .quite nocospnry that "Fortcsouo" should bo whlskorlcssV" I askod, faintly. "Why, juilgo for youwolf; how a I) ovdorbtl va , looks with them ? The worst of it is," sho added, "that when I undertook the natt of 'Maria' it was with the supposition that you would be tho'Fortescuc.' " Those who are acquainted with the Hollo of Penzonee, must he told that "Fortcsquo" is the lover of "Maria," and soA'oral half romping, half-armor-ous scenes are enacted between them; knowing this, if they had heard how Ada hesitated, and seen how site blush ed as she spoke, they would not wonder that my breath came short, and a sing ing arose in my ears. My left hand closed upon the "lingers which wero form ing that bridge; my right arm stole around her form : I felt intoxicated by the magnetic halo which lloated about her hair. "Take care," she said; "I cannot make mv ...

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. — 18 May 1868

Vermont Daily Transcript. Vol. T. Vermont Daily Transcript, PUI1LISHED KACII KVHNINQ. Ojtlre in llarne' Mori; hike St., St. .Wfmiix, WILBUR P. DAVIB, Puop'u. IV. WlLHUH P. DAVIS, A. Bahnes, Editor. TKHMH : Per year, in advance, i-iix mouths, in advance Three months, in advmicr .$8,00 . 4,00 . 2.00 Oik month in udMic VllNl I IIN'lllW hllOtllll Im llllllltl il hi n I'M il a.- III) Ilil.l llill- ill till' lltl ill' tlli'il illli lull tl jillli lirtiiiii. IIUFEACXENT. VOTE ON THE 11TJI A It T J OLE The Adjcmrnment ! AX IXTEItESTIXG ACVOUXT. Washington, 10th. Excitement licro this morning reach oil its highest pitch. A) a very early hour swarms of peo ple began wumlhig their way to the Capitol, ami as early as ten o'eloek an immense erowd had assembled in the rotunda and about the entrance of the Senate Chamber. No pen-on was allowed to pass the m tiinda without a ticket. 'I hese were again examined twice by the doorkeep ers before the holder was able to get in to the gallery. Policemen ...

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. — 18 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRAIN'S CI HPT, MAIl 1H, 1H68. ( Vermont Daily Transcript, Monday, May 18, 1S08. The Vlifvuyo Convention. Delegates ami their alternates, and , thousands of seekera-after ofllco either i for themselves or their friend, are noir- Ing Into Chicago about thlo time !n large numbers. Tor (ho next few days that city will be the scene o.-' great cU'ilc ment not, lierhajty, so great na when Mr. Llnci.ln was flint nominated, but HUllleiontly so, we veil I are to bay, to make what may fanspire of in ten"" in terest to aU sections of the country. Months ago the people put in noiiilnation for Presl '.cut Gen. Grant, anuiho Con vention w'll niaUeslioit work in cn"flr- j mlng tliatnoirinatlon. JvoonewPl eon-1 tend that ( .ea. G.r.-it isnirrcitt statesman yet we believe, he possesses admirable qualifications for the high olliee to which i he will be elected. The part which he , porformod in wiping out the rebellion,' Is evidence enough of his ability to sue-! cessftilly grapple with ...

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. — 18 May 1868

V.KRMOZSTT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MAY IS, 1SG8. Vermont Daily Trail script, Monday, May K Iho. Local Items, M. .1. Hill, I5bi!.,li:i8 so far recovered tluil l.o is tililo t.) ridf out. I Foil an interesting account of the pre -feedings 0DI10 Senate on Saturday, fee 11 M piece. Am N'ls wanted for the l'lio'iii f mil Life lnsnrande Comvuiy. of Jin-llnrt- ford, Conn. see udverfciR'Uient in day's TitAis'tAin J'. AVh J earn tbata runaway lumv throw Mi. Roardniau fioin his Ruggy at llur llngton this morning, and broke his log. .V ,.r i CoHiMX'T.ox.-iTon. Wm ('. Hiwii, ofOgdensblirgll brother of the gtntlc- man mentioned by us a few days since, , (l,,. ,.. M.ii.n. oiTiir.linieiiiiv h. Din- l"1 " ,r I . , t- in'ormant made a slight mistake but it, wi's "all in the family." L. M. I). H'Ni .""'. Lake Street, keeps his market well si-ppliod with the best of f'osb and salt moats, and Ilsli of vari ous kinds, lie is obH'i"f:, and above all. "a man of h's wo.-d," a- 'l it is no wom'or that.ii - !;-it,...

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. — 18 May 1868

VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MA.t IS, 1S6S. The Farm and Garden, . . Speelle for Van-ant Worm. A corroHpoiKlt'iit of the Rural World Bays: "A coating of wiw-diist or other mat ter, particularly coal nshcn, is recom mended for current worms. Cover the ground well beneath the bushen. There Are other remedies. Are people not nwaro that there is a specific for the treatment of current worms? It has been scattered through all the papers, and yet other "remedies" arc constant ly recommended. An application of the ifust of white hellebore will, In an hour or two, relieve the bushes of every worm; thu ground will be covered with the pest. It will ailhorc to the shrubs four or live or six weeks, and whlo it re mains, is efiectual. Then apply again. The third application issometimesneccs- ary. This is a certain cure, as we have MuWhlv dcmon-lraiod.' The year ' lollowiiiu, tin re will b- lew iirji" worms lolroiibli tin-Iiiimic. II Hide mo tin.v, apply the remedy. The ilnM can beplir-I'liii.-'ed a...

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. — 19 May 1868

- Vermont Daily Transcript. "Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, VT, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 868. ISTO. 6. Yennont Daily Transcript. lHTllLlSlIIM) 1JAC1I KVKNINO. Ojlire in Humes' J Hock; Luke St., St. Allimif, 17. WILBUR P. DAVIS, JMtoi'Mt. Wimmth V. Davis, l FAiUm, A. Hah.vi.s, J TKBM8 : Per year, in advance, rH.OO Six months, in advance I, 'HI Three months, in advance, . . 2.00 One nioiilli, in advance 75 Advertisements should lie lianded in ns enily bh Hie morning or the day of their intended pub lication. General Miscellany, l''ii-l'iotortlin of SriHitoi:, "Dixon," thu Wnxhinnton (.'oitl'siioii (lcnt of the llo.-itou Adrertiurr, jjivostlio following Bkotdi of llic.scono in the Sennit) just before the vote was taken ayninst iinpeuehment, on Siitunlny : The occupants of the "iilleries look ing down upon the lloor live minutes before the court opened teemed chielly juixious to find Mr. Ho.-h, mid to point out Me.-nrs. l'V.-senden and Trumbull, and the vacant chair of Me.-srs. (iiiines and Howard. Mr. Fe...

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. — 19 May 1868

v:pRroNT X)Ati,y transcript," mai io, isgs. Vermont Daily Transcript, TtlKSDAY, May 11), 18(i8. The Jllflif View. However much the Ilcpiihlk'im party desire the removal of Mr. Johnson from the Presidential olHce, It would ho an Inexcusable) Imprudence for it to take 8ueh a wrong view of the failure of im peachment hh it would have taken had It followed the lead of the Tribune. And we are glad to see hy the nuniher of that paper for May lsth, that iiiok' sen sible and less partisan views are pre dominating in its editorial head. For the Republican party to succeed as a party, its measures concerning the " re construction" of the .Southern States must be carried out, no doubt, and for the purpose of accomplishing such an object it was necessary that such oppo sition as the President exhibited, witli more or less success, should be removed. Hut. the opposition of the President, and the want of complete success against his opposition, were not causes for im peachment, in themselves. 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. — 19 May 1868

VIMOlsTT DATHY TRANSCRIPT, MAY 19, 1868. Vermont Daily Transcript, TtTKHDAV, MAY 1!, lHCIft. "7- Local Items, Tin: JJit'iTin? Maukbt. Notwith standing tho hard ruin of Monday, and the wetness and general unpleasantness of thin day, a good degree of activity was manifested In the butter market. Price did not improve from hint week's quotations, however, (lie market price being; from .'id to !W cents per pound, mostly below the latter llgurc. Jt t-eeniw quite certain that butter has got to lceep, for the season now, at eatable figures. "Old llosilv tub Bow." Ole Hull, the celebrated violinist, "will give a con cert In Burlington on Wednesday even ing of this week. We wish he might be Induced to come to St. Albans. Ix noticing the new side walk in Monday, we omitted to notice the new one on Maiden Lane, above the "Welden House, a delightful and quiet promen ade. Aukntk wanted for the Phoenix Mu tual Life Insurance Company, of Hart ford, Conn. see advertisement in to day's TltANSClUl'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. — 19 May 1868

VKRMOTSTT DAILY TRA3SFSCTUPT, MAi 19, 1868. Odds and Ends, i Minnesota wnnts more labor. Eight cows are to be placed In Now York Central Pnrk. The Cataract House at Niagara opens next Saturday. Mr. Jan. K. Tolklivesln Nashville. Weston Is in Boston, Napoleon Is going to Egypt. Arkansas citizens are going to Tex as. Mobile has live steam engines. John Morrisey is in New York. Charles Heed is fifty-one yeais old. The fruit orchards of Patterson are in blossom. The rain has damaged the crops of i iVnfriil Illinniq. ! Charleston, Mass., will celebrate the 17th of June. Oliver Wendell Holmes dislikes long dresses. Goldwln Smith is coming to Ameri ca to live. Chambers' Journal is in its thirty-i-eventh year. Win. Ilowitt, the poet, Is seventy three years old. Plug tobacco packed in barrels of peanuts is the latest invention to avoid taxation. That fragrant llower. the cape jessa mine, is now in bloom throughout the South. Mining claims in California are to be taxed like other private prop...

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