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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 18 March 1864

VERMONT TRANSCRIPT Vol. I ST. AXiBA.TSrS, YT, MARCH 1R, 1864- aSTo. 1. THE 1 W I i I 1 I (T fl l I I C I I I V l tfcO ll-jitivnnjl ii v, . tin , HIIUIK Wll U 1 11 W.S.I I. WI lb ilVH I il I t nill lliim , i v. . w i.. , . w i t v niv i iiu'iwux j.nii.v i time I Bnw her." he WMit on. in a inu-' in Saratoga, when u hand placed litrlit-1 Philip's tiiusl have boon at Avhat those extend Hit; dark area of liinnim bon 1 1 iif.wmn i;vRitv rutDAV HKNHV A. CUTLER. rr.itMs or si;st iiuTio.v i ' -i p ' ivinn the pivprr through the 1'ont I.J a i r nunum. To Villiw Mihserthem er, o re in 111 I hi -M.I pnper lijf the hniy in .Mi,rtiri. 8 IIV'IKS 111-1 ADVnttTlUVBl ii i Vnvv.nTiMCSir.NTH. lVr Hqtiare of la i if thin tji, fur Hrot lntM-rtimi 7ft 1 i i ,i- li Hulimn'ini nt innertlon, '-i-i iciiln. , i,. i ut iiiKittiiMiH imiHt l-d marki il on mi nt, hi tin will 1- rolitmurd 1 nut. Tt .iii-n ut nhrrtiH(mriitN to i mi I'U.incr. , i ii 1 1 ill bo nwrti-il fit 12 cents jur 0i Mil -i mi nt l TK Yr.An, wit...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 18 March 1864

- nlui.iWll' f Mnvch 1st O i"w TI IK VERMONT VERMONT TBANSCB1PT.I FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1864. t .MO.V .VATJOVU. C OXVUVriO.N. I Tne uuitwlRiwl, who, fy nrtutmiJ nppnilnt- nii nt, nr oibeiu.cnt dcHt-iiiitmn iotlll vae-ani-ic. .Miititul' the KtrniUvi1 t'ommltter rhMdwl l the National Convention V M at CMr-a.. " 11:11. .l.v .,f M.v 1w.n li.nl'V rail uin an ,p,aliHod "t-w .1. - '"'"'L"' district is diminishing, FonwARil.MAnait!! It fs mitfi that ilio spring campaign will Uo opohed ntt soon as the first of April. It is thought thnl it Anil bo simultaneous along nil points (if tho lino. Tho sei-cnlletl "vet erans" tiro hurrying" Lnek to their pout; unrt we arc glnd to seo thfit the num ber of shoulder straps in tho rnnil lua,nt.ince ttf th'Vm .n the npreinaoy of the ; , , , ,1 CXnwUtaUoa, awl tin ""'V yn i ' ,,. '""' inni ine contest, miring me To""Sr t-jnext few montlm will bo npoiiagrand- xnd li-UK l ' "V ' .'.""'J !.'.'. ?"r.V,f.;M nv Kcnlr. Him, ever hcfiir.t. ntid limv prove fearfully bl...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 18 March 1864

Mni'ch 18. YEUMOyr TJiAySCRIPT, FRIDAY, MAROH 18, 18Q4. 'flio ponliiBO on the Tiuxscmi'r to rcgulnr subscribers in this County is frco; to any pint of tlio United HtnlcH out of this Comity, live cants per quurtcr, pivyiiblo in ntlvanco nt the post oflico whero tho ptiper is received. 12. J. Morrison's new mid substan tial building on Chmnplnin Street is nearly completed. -Corporal Frank lt; Carpenter, Co. F, Nth Vermont regiment, lias been re cently promoted to bo .Second Lieuten ant in the uanio company. - -The firo in ouo of tho woodsheds of the Vermont and Canada Itailrohd Company, hore, on March lHth, was dis- COM'rCUl luiiui .mini mm uun done. $30, will probably cover the """"o --L. L. Dutchor fc Son have erected, .1 4lw.i tjffMri .1 irl 111 till rimi lUUil " venii nt three-story building which is to be used for tho manufacture of fly paper ami other articles in which they are lieivij' dealera Viirobrokoouton tho lGth inst, ; the Univpmilist Sopietv. His dis i the mirth cud of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 18 March 1864

1- v 1 V farmer sprpnrimrot. MANUFACTURE OF MAPLE SUGAR. Tlio first great requisite is to have nil tin' vewsiN perfccth cl n. Strict cleanliness should be ohs rvcd tlil-oilli-out the whole procPM. Tin vessels are bcttejr than wood for tins reason. I sion, presidoel and rend patriotic let lf properly wosheel, the e-nns never im-1 tors from (low Gurtin, Secretary .Sew part -oiimens to the nap. Made large j urel, OenTrtI blonde, Admiml Pupeuit , noiigh to hold nine etiarts each, they J nnd Se'cretary Chase. W'o republish would cost about $:!" per 1(10, and tlx' excellent letter of Mr. Seward a M-cU.irt pans cost pi r Mm. j iiov Maybe mad" squaro "i" round, but the latter are U'ttcr to lean and keep their shape. They should bo lnrgost nt tho top, ho an to pack aw ay in nests when not in use. The top should be strongly wired, like a tin pan, and a hole made under the wire enable it to hang on a nail driven into the tree, poenring it thus from swine nnd other animals, and preventing the n...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 25 March 1864

THE 3 T 13 rP ill i . Vol. T T. AIJANH, VT., -M A'RCri-T '25, jHOj-J-. ;sro. 5. v w i n t t TD A TUni A'T7inrflT,r TRAXSPRIPT. rr ni.tfliir.n evkhv i'iiidat i Hv JIENinj. CUTLICJlJ irijiijis or st'iisrm.'Tio.v i j M tlw receiving tlio patior through tin- Pmt-: oiiu'c I ." 1'or niimim. To Mage muVcrllierii rr'-.-ivii-g thr japM- ly tho carrier, noimw In I mldltion will bo charged. He Ahroy m Adwirc. 'SH HATKM (II' AHVK11TISIXU I Tii vnsu.t AnvramsKMKSTB lVr miiiaro of lit or 1c, of tlii" tvpt', tor flrnt iuwrtioti 75 rrtitM fr f l KUburqiirnt ItiH'rtlon, ri-nln. Tin- imtnluT "f hiwrtimia ramt 1w marked on ( ll mlMTtmrmnitP, or tliey will be rmitinur-d ,,iil mil. n cl out. Trimicnt dvtrtiH'in nt to ' 1,( linui fT in mlvflmv. t Li.mi Ntnn'M "ill l' inwrtwl at lajceuts jxr ! DM.nTHrMi:NTR iiv tiik Ykab, with tbo priTi- o. -ntmt. r of colmuli flH no , ,,,,1 f b rolnmn WOO On.-ln.lf.-f nolnmn . . 00 Hi,., in.irtiri! of o column. WW) (Mi. i--lmiin ' w I'i.i mi mb rtiiiemcnt lvra Mian onc-q...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 25 March 1864

6 TI I 10 VURMONT TNANSCMU1T. VERMONT TKA N SCRIPTi 1,,),tc 1'1:c'fl'n'-ttvcrl Wcekssinee ; wns celebrated and un appropriate sor- the fifth of the series of Home Lectures nmn by Rev. Dennis Ryan followed. Was delivered ul .St. Albans, bv the Rev. Tin re amis n procession through the 5. 1804. KodllfV II. Howard, of Johnson. Mr lu-iitciniil kl roots music. TViov fcT. At.llVXSi UNIO.X .XATIO.NAI. lOWKXTlOX. The l.n.lm lnn.. 1io. 1 "i-intnl pxunt- Ull'llt, Or nitwillH-llt (llMK'llllH HI ' llllvnoilllt i. ., rmwtittttn the Utn-nth-. ( nuniti. f m-Mctl l.y tlin National Momentum In 1I i ' ucn" I"1 10th dv if Mi, israi. (I.. Imim v ,..11 noon nil einaliflpit voter iln. ili'-m 1 1 iiii.-otnlitloliiil iiialntrtiinif nt thp I'liion. tin -m ri 'iiary of tlx Howard is n graduate of the Fniversi (v of Vcrtnoiil in the class of 8fi, and t is an eloquent preacher in the Mctho-i I distEpiseopid Church. His subject was' "Hugh Miller," and lit- managed it with I ability and power, crivinir a short s...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 25 March 1864

Miireh 25. Tire r iok:nio:nt rruA nsciu pt. VERMONT TIUflSCIM'T. ST. AI.llA.VSl FRIDAY. MABOH 35, 1864. (iov. Smith, of Vermont, has do it mated Thursday, tho 7th day of I Vi nl ms Fast day for (his State. . 1 ...i. AICU IV l.lini'Ulll.. IRftVPI , l.v Mr. J. AV. Jlobart. Mr D. L. .Tourdiui 1ms pnivlmwd . . Mt. AT.. .....liiil IT "Unrivnuii in lliii. .ii i , .A -.,i rlii..l, In, ia nt-iictiiirr ' no vvnuii) iv ..v ....f, wt llui" house. ,r ,.u . 'HnW Villinm T.cnrd eixr. A. niiKor, iummjj(ni(i . l irili.xf linfn iillvfdmai.d nf null .ii. . Ijli 15. V. Ibigg.the hoiiROH and lots t ., .1 t. il....r..ll.,.J ki il.i:ii '-x II I'I Mill"- .. t, t,i i ( a. .. I Air ifi'.rao 'V. i' O'li-er, ui nuiiu- , ul ' , ' 1, is purchased of Air. Murfihal Ma-1 ,,n ins fiwiiiiuiz lioiiNi; on iiiiiii. "in i . 1 . intempliites ?o-ipving it hoiuo- r. , f 1 . , . 1 ' -J hit estrvotol. l :l e h ninrn, Albans, lmvo fortunntelv hoeured Ill ' ...... .- m - - 1 the voar ensuing, at n Hillary of one: tl.illW.lllll...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 25 March 1864

Til K VKRMOXT T R A"NH( 1 R I PT. farmers' pciiarfniciit. "Winter I'lasjhs... -As winter i tin Ronsoii for planning future operation on tlir farm, ho it shoiil.1 br in the llou- r j-nrlrn. Any ch:iiu:" it may hi ih jariibls toiiiakeithouM Iwnirefully n siclcml, Mid everj thing but the lu'ttml unit mnv ha wrfnllllfil. TllO cata- Unrkwhfiit rntno originally from Si- your net too iH-mi unit tartary. Ikrlry w us first found in thf moun tains of Himalaya. Milht wuH firtl known in Iiuliu ami AhyMinii Vut 1 of muli triable rrHpcrtubihti state t hut the ciTf-alu Mill others of these edible production) crow Kiioiitane- ouBlv in l hat portion of lartary enst 1'llKV I VTI"N OK Mmilll. WllolriillP I'.WMii l'Tt 1 Dm id i mi reliant of (tin-, hr nil i) mnv bo looked ovVr,wl h of ahrulm, i and north of th- Him having vottr nleep and font mid mom . You mnv cotti- lroro joum-lf faioiahly to the Hotel row, Hcotlaml, bus Milmnttetl :i propo Flunky Doy, and nil you may now dp-' nal to the Attorney Opiu...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 April 1864

VEI ANSCRIPT. Vol. I". ST. A1ABA.JSTS, VT, A'l.rRTL .1, 18(K1. jSTo. 8. THE IMONT Tl riPAIO VT TI? A "VSrMH PT rHUUlM 1. 1 1UV1V31. Jill I., Lilt. ! l'l llMrillWl KYCKY I'llIDAY HKNLiy A. CUT! By TiciiMS J' u"1 ! OK HUIISl!ltlITIO.V I i 91.73 'r annum, 'i'o Village leubwritHOT ufii' , tin- iprr by U cttrrlfr, no iiu in r im,'nai UtufinAdtn.' HT13S OK A11VKUTIS1XO I lIUSSI(i ,w EnTir.!lKNTi. - Tor nqurr of 12 , iii li -i. of tliif tyiK, fr flint inncrtioli 75 ! for vafn HlliwcqiHiii iiiM'rnini, - hi- imniiH-r or MNwrcioriH iniwi w iiinriifHi im ,11 UiTtim"iiKlit. or tlii'V lull 1m' ivlilimii-d ...ill . ,i-.ti ml out . Tranrti-nt artvrrtiAeiiiriitu to Hill 1 1.1 i.l f.r in Nivalin'. i I iTl' I.1 "I" inn.'i. . . hi i... il at 12J Cfiitn jht unnitr.MfSW nv Ttifi '.n, with tho pmi- ffi,, -iimrii r hi a voiiuiiii . . nf , ,'lllllinil T kOii.-lnlt f.ifilunm .. .. w ri i,, , , ,n.Ul 1" "I " coinmii l 1 ,lr iui mi 1 l r :m mhi riiMiucnt Icmh Uiau ouc-quartT -'fif .1 . luuil 5 Ppr "quiirr wiu...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 April 1864

to TI I id VKmicrSTT T11ANSCHI PT. Apvii i. VERMONT TI! VXSCJU PT, ' 'l-'Wimtonlcdly in w n it 1 SHALL THE UNION NATIONAL 00N- A Su. (V,-. A sad iiiHtant-t of . -JL a.imiil slut 0. Should not Christian VBNTIQN BE P08t01Bt? i iun frailtv and m stnithng illn-tn ST. ALBANS. ml ,h51iH1.v to "' I When tho .-.ill foTa National Ton- ' "! tlH inspired truth that "the w I-'rlilnji-, April 1. I'll. UMUX .ATIO.XAI. tO.WMXTIO.V. kings ? RAIDS, THEIR 0HI0IH AND INFLU "ENOB.No. 1. The recent mid of Genoml ICilpat- Thc anderwigncd, trim. lit oriRinkl npimint- mmm ....v...... ,1, ....untinii In fill vat-fUn-itiM. powtHtp fV TRwntd. (vpmnii otfftMH.j-1 rirk in A'irgtnia, nnd of General Shot i M atmnm i on,, n n.n in i i .ii Hunan mi mi' . (all upon an iiinu hi .vn'oitimi, nave am aeieii me than ill Julio. lnir.uiiiinoiiiii i H,,.; t.... 'oi it.. . ... .. . i . iiiiviiii'ui in urn coiiniii. Jiii'i nrii'.mo 10 poHlooilO IIS lonu 18th day of Ma). 1SWI, ! Ii i flnl!fit'l rntir'd whrt ilc-in miiatenMi. u...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 April 1864

.April .1. TI I 0 V MliMONT rri?ANS(.HUPT. ShC riUavltCtjS. rpni! i-uci! ') iirv 11 VERMONT TKAXSCRI1,T. ST. ALBANS. l.'i'Ulny, A pi-ll 1 . 1 no I. I'ruilcntial CommiUt'o, for the year n- SlllH,f. IU11 H'hii t'j mi; i jiii.i i ii- i t. li'lcnt of ComiTion SrhoolH was lviul iv the Hev. Charles Fa,aml likewise l v the l'ruilentiat v onnninee nun . . - i y . ..i 1 T ri iisltrt 1 showing the 1'l'esent tillilll- .... i ii iv i i ii niditioii of the District. It up- p, irs from these reports that the hih 1 boolin this Mllaee is in a very pros- ,., r,m- cin.lllion uiKterns nine corps t.'.ichers. headed by the experienced teacher, J. S. I). Taylor, Ksq., its prill- enrni. i i i III.. 11H11I1.I ILllllIlllllIlLIIIIII III. Till 111. was iii'iie to di fl'ilV the ev- ... scnooi ouriPe; ine p;VM i t in i. ... il... V. il- IV Hlim ll ll. "I 1iMi-llliiii. in. iron the handlist of the district. Tl.e l'eci riptHtrnm ACft-noiin iiuuuur- a 1 f T ? 1 ivAihv post year havo exceeded Uxr (.iim of S.WKI Whi...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 April 1864

-April 1 rlM I l: YKRMOXT TIJANSCIM I'T. 1 A 'a A- I it 5 n jjfT i fanners' Jifiinrlmcnl. AtiV VST.VU1 JillX ..!( l.lll Is , ners should be cut throe or four limes dii; hi ' 1 h. Minunrr St raw Iw rrii s cul tivated in this xvty net d to be mnlchi d tint ID insure till 111 UK Us! tit r- ncnivfli during the ki anon of frnitiiij. tino Mirjioal 1ml ! muled the roots from tin ill thai roanim nti i'l tin m Hi'.' 111 K Ct:tS lit ii. .1" - il, . '!) ltd, alld Mill I'll t ' 1 1 f it 1 1 t . i x intf tire the two A French liss, 1 1 itii m . inn:; : i nil llv . lu ll ij ii .'Sin e.ililV ll flo contt lids Hot 1U.Iw.--.Vh tin .!M.l has near ly a.rixrd when lint 1 ' "iH ,"' 'alld iutoniiuiMilioii for-t ntm ' ailx I'lunts Hiid vegetables. i' tfi r ' f',yx hints in regard to their construction, Ate, which will no doubt be tit .iU it not wiw tivr. A large majoritv .f m.r i adeis un doubtedly stnrt ail th if xegetables in uieopongrtmno.cm.. ;Th(itinfll!l uf fniit umv b(: ejected turns nf cowardice u...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 April 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT,, Vol. T st. yviraAjsrs, yt., Friday, ai'utl h, lho. jSTo. 4-. Selected hwt'j. LOT SKINNER'S ELEQY. I if. Pkiimor was tlif mcfttiwl fln ' 'Hint over nitwI.IiIh nook) 11 ertKlgwl Ilio very breath he drew, Am If H norracltwitin. When ho nM in tlio grocery lino, Ari.l turning fmlt mr oia, Hr'.l liite a rntnin titrnlBlit in hnlvos To "ibIso tliu woight lio sold. Day in (vmi out, through heat and cold, For thi'ty yoars or more, Hp w U nlmerwiu lh mpuw-mr-nn, And-aomethiiiR hli-nwiihli Mtorc. lie nrvrr Kv' n dime nwiiT, Ho never lot li", nim-Pne' itio od rejoiced liim moro ' Than taking ninrpmrr In. Of comiterMt'd bill ho used Tho t-t "f otctv kind, Which in the way of trade ho kept To awap off on tho blind. Th- por rame round Ida cmintor'u nlgc, nl iM'd a feeble cry; , , , i'),.irt npt-ak nolond," tlie rogue exclaimed, For I am always mgh." "'Ti" little tiling that make a inlli'," (TlHB muim he ld tniyt,) hi 11 ho navrcd his pile of wood, Hr always saved the dust. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 April 1864

4: TI I IS V RR.MOXT rVlA NSCRI PT. A pril s. 8 5 -iS if I '1 II 7: ? 1 11 -t ". is 1 ri ST. ALBANS. jrrlttuy, A.prll ISO. I. -fir -flE i - r - - r: -i. VERMONT TILVNftOIUPT,jKnh,e tlWl Svi,,' ' flW months ngw.rnvntfhgiliemomfcr-lrowtlc.. iinpetimsit v uii'l i arm no. resolute win. v c Blind have an emu-, hh. fields of Pennsylvania, burning ' (l ' '"' remai k, ,1. Ii. v r. mm we lnous ili-lil wc.gliilig upnh Us like a private houses mid industrial Mai)- 8,1,111 (1" ' ,a,,' Tn',',--X nw11.t,.-,r,. n l,..1ni, nnt ...,U. I tl.;.. I- 1 ,.j 11 I all. It I IVVllslli P IS U 1 IC dl-tlactld t lllS f i -m. , V , V ""WW "uow conn- . lrv -,, j UwvUuijn h,M t j lint snrMllnir itnnnrnHmitt. M'htn itnll i 4 11... i. i i ii nr. n.. . ' '. . . . '' nn- ii.-r.wi in.- nnpi -.in iiii.i imuniir nicy Humiliate 1 1 1 ai H U t l.C-scs ol del be a soured of perplexity and danger, contained. AVhntvve condemn in them AVp nllall nlso be exposod to tho iiitlu-! we raiihot hope to justify in ourselves. euro (if...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 April 1864

il W. PI IK VRRMOXrr TR ANS(1RI PT 1 m IM1 Mil T I K I iVtNl It I I . iil i till 1 I I ILill.1 . J lAll 1 I .A. t ST. ALBANS. Ki-Hlny. A pell H, 1MO.I. Our iialor is issued in advance of r regular publication day on account i .1... Slfntn I1 ftNI,. -.. ..,,.,, ,i in iniivn tlnil. the sear- . , 1 ,nn1en have made their i Ill"" . - - - A. A The assistant posl-masto.' liotitioH .i il,n i.iiiiilmi' nf Inttnva tnnilnd it. T 1 1 : 1 1 nt.- ijii'""" v . . . . . t St. All'IHl" 1. unii uiniU) wiv. iimi- i; Mutch Mat. 18(51. WIIB 21.- ri ' .... iiiMKniitin mm Hnn nf "Mr. Ihillard of Swanloii.who pur ...I 1 .1 ....wil.nl llimilllN llLTIi LI1I1 IIW Ml- I L . . ....... rm1.1tfli t.fl t' . .. i i ! iimiTiiiiriiiii. nun luunn i it ivi ii . m... T.,ivonn .Tnn. ml ! , ir,, i 1 he weather for several days past J . . , . 1 .... ...rv in 1IH' Otlll Ulllllltr-llHf aim i' "" ill 1 1 1 1 in ,Ti IV Ki-. Dr. i'ay, hupeniiten- ,.. Dr. Fay, Superinten- , . f.i in ,. i,il fnv St, AllmiiN. irives i r .1, . ..i ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 April 1864

16 .favmctjs' Srjjavtmfnt. CULTURE OFASFARAGUS. To luivo iv good, lnstin find protluc tivo bod, the ground should W trundl ed to tho dontit of two frrt. And hero allow mo, for tho Mike f tho loss ex perienced, to cxplnin tho process of preparing tho ground and tho mothod of cultivating tho plnnt. Connnonco nt one end of tho pint nnd tuko out a trench five feet wido nnd ns long ns tftc desired length of tho bod; tho onrth from the first trench to bo romoved to ti convenient plnco to fill up tho Inst, Take out nil poor sub soil, and level the bottom of the trench ns lovol, or nearly so, as you wish to mnko tho aurfneo of the bed. The trench bring levelled on tho bottom, put in a layor of lmru; aid manure nil ovdr it Mark off tin- next trench the wimo width as the first, and cast tho earth into tho open trench, mixing a liberal supply of manure, taking care at the Hamo time to mix tho surfneo earth with Iho sub-soil. Stir up occa sionally with n fork, and in thnt manner continuo trench...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 April 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. I. VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. 1THUH1IEU KVKllY JNUDAY HENRY A. CUTLER. By THU.MN ItV SUHSCKIPTIOX I To tliocf receiving- tho paper through tho Post. 91.75 per atimiin. To Mllo subscribers n ,,'iv'ing the paper by tho carrier, 60 cents In addition will he rliarBCil. O f Meay in Adcante. '49 Jl.VTUS OF AIVKUTISIN I TnisirsT AnvEiiTis3tcNTs. I'ernquaroof 12 . S or less, 'f thin type, for first insertion 7ft iriiln f-r each subsequent insertion, as cents. Tlie number of insertions must bo marked on -H ..n.rtisrmetil. or they will bo continued ill ufb re.l mit. Transient advertisements to i mul f"r in advance. 'lima Nuticm will bo inserted at 12J cents per uBTtsrMESTS ht Tin: Yiun, with tlio privl ; ,,, ,T chaining, as follows: quarter uf a column 118 00 , -third .f a column 2.100 -,. -half -r a column Jo 00 Tl,r, t.,martew of a column r.2 00 , .llulllll , w.00 i,,r am advertisement les than one-quarter f a ,-i.lmiin. 15 "0 ltr squaro will bo charged. Selected goctv...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 April 1864

IS VERMONT TIUWMjPT, ST, AL-BANS. - M At 1 H ,T1I1I LAST LESSON AND ITS DITTIWI. So Uiisis our lesson that Clod rule in Uio affairs of men, and will be reeog- withhf Ihel'niU UMO.V .VATH1XA1. fO. VK.M'IOX. flia uniloislgnetl, who, ly """tain?1 11olnt inoJit, fir imbeittcnt tintnatinh to AH vacancies, constitute tho BSMtitlvp Ommitbo crwueil by tha National Convention 1-W at ('lncso im Die lOtlulny of Uy, 1800, 3o hereby (all tippli all ipialtnNl voters vvhn desire the unwmht.nrial maintenance of the Union. Die roprtmacy of th Constitution, and the complt U-"uiiirrton of Uw sxi-tiug rcbcni.m. with tV eaur Uierenf, lry vigorous war, ami all apt and effici. nt mentis, to fcml OisUgaioB lu a oouv.uUoii to atw-nibhi at llALTIMOll&ON Tl'KSOAY, TH1. SEVENTH DAY OF jOS m, at U i.el.wk, ltnon, for tho purpixo of pre. iHnn candwatea for tho ollict'B of lYeaiilciit and n I'reaid. lit of thelinitei. RtateH. F.arh Slit" lininc a rcpre hrntation in OonnroKH will be , untied to as many ilelogn...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 April 1864

'IS n to. rVUC VJilRMOJSTT TUANSC1U I?T. . - V- VKIIMOXT TKASSCEIPT. ST. ALBANS. j.i.ti.y, April If., H(U. vim." n U tliin Office, an active, lutein- , ' , ,m t" Hi- lVmK hi-Hli'1"- . . (U oro G. Benedict, Esq., who wan , rtis,.a t. deliver his looturo oa tlio ,,f Gettysburg," on Titos (,,uing,waB unable to keep tlio ',, ,,r,tmet.t in consequoneo of tho ' ,L hours delay of tho Chicago ox- 1(SS train. Ho will deliver it on !!in.'Mluy evening of next week, nt oi.l "0" Hnll. Af,sa Edmunds, of Boston, whoso , hii" of Shakspeiire and otlier lira- ' 1 11 rt i Li. i - ii 'licit was ho acceptable to those i i om i.i-nsi'iit. oil FridaV ' !,s mio c'v l .."I ....I ct1, of Aniulnrnv TTnll. i lnH. Api" "" ' U! will rend at tho Academy Sftuhton Falls, early next week. VY inite the special attention of nr readers to the report-of tho Town s, i.i.n'utcmlcnt of Common Schools ili i'iven at length in our col ;;;:), tliis week. - The old building so long occupied I r ( JJank of St. Albans was sold at...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 April 1864

20 nrmcrs' gciiarfmfnt. Seeds. Much of the labor and ox ponso of preparing soil will bo lost to tho cultivntor unices he has bcon par ticular in tho selection and caro of Ins scods. It is not miflicient that BCtd should be simply good, it should bo the lesl. While every one will rely more or less ui)on his own growing, nnd al so upon those obtained from friends and neighbors, by way of exchange, there are alwnvH homo to bo hail in t in , O . . Q ' i . greatest perfection only from tho rcg-' ular seed growers, or their agents particularly tho now vni-ieties. It is none to early to examine stocks of setd on hand, und to commence- pur chases; partially to secure a sufficient supply of tho best kinds, and partially for the purposo of testing samples of thorn before planting. Seeds may bo tried very easily by any ouo in an or dinary living-room, bv planting them in ilower-pota, or small shallow wood en boxes or pans with bottom holes for drainage about three-quarts full of light sandy lo...

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