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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 23 September 1864

THE M 1 ZAHT MHT I lt A :Xi Fl -C I 1- 'ilA Vol. I. THE TRANSCRIPT T. ruiiMsiir.u every Friday HENRY A. CUTLER. TKIIMS Of SUHSCIUI'TIO.N I By To thmc ) receiving tho l'R rwcmng'tl'O i-ai-cr by tlw carrier, so ecu In iTccntc'Hm bo tided hou Wmm,t if lived bevond U month. " ntvf itiecoiitlmicd Until nil att"earKr arc paid, ex'crt at lho l'tinn of thc ruWilllcr' JIATKS OP ADVKIITI.SI.VG I T wsiest AiTKnil.ir,Mr.STs. l'rr mjuaro of 12 T,nil fnr each eubHOfjucnt insertion, 5 ctnu. Thi' manlier of inoertions mnt bo marked on uUrrtisemem, ,,r '""J 1,0 continued i,, I, .,i I' r d '' Transient advertisements to jnaii for in advance. . - liberal discount will bo made on tbo itnre f'0" 10 "lt",c (ivfrl'8mR y 41,0 ycr. JjMAiNuncwt wiu do inscncu ai iccma per 1 S0JIEBODYJ3 'DARLING. jntu i wird of tbo whitewashed halln, Whcra the dead and dying lay, TV uniei by bajionotu, chclls, and balls, Si'mobrtdy'a darling wan horuo ono day ,- body's darlinR, ho young and ao bravo, V rnng yet ou hlpalo wve ...

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. — 23 September 1864

i 'ii 1 ? 111) THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Friauy, sept. an, I801. KATlO.VAI. fSHW TICKKT. For President, .ABRAHAM ZXNCOlXf, Or ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE, rreiidentlil Election, NoTcmbcr 8th, 1804. 1(tS Wo have received a circular from Adjutant General P. T. Wash burn, dated Sept. 17th, from which we learn that the correction of the en rollment of tho several townt in thin State, shows that there was great ine quality in tho apportionment of tho quota of the State under call of July 18, 18G4, for 500,000 men, and that tho quota of tho State had in fnct been xnndo too largo by reason of errors existing in tho enrollment at tho time tho quota was assessed. Tho attention of tho War Department having been called by tho Governor of tho Statu to these errors, an order has been ob tained, that tho quota of tho State bo corrected, and that tho amount of the reduction thereof bn apportioned nmong tho towns in the several Con , gressional Districts in Mich man...

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. — 23 September 1864

Sept- S3. THE TRANSCRIPT. ST, 'Albans. ViiiMM n 1 ' v xvTi. hmJi an.'iHtM. 'VoST-Ol'I'lt -14 NOTIC14. Post-Oluco open (Sundays excepted) from 0 a. mbfflroloP?n on Sunday from T a. m. to 8 fc. m.; aritofflghWl elosea at 0.30 Arrives nt 5.6!) P- w P'NW York through Mail closoa at C.30 p. m. imviH at 7.23 ! m. . . Northern Mail closes at C30 ft. m. Arrives at 6' Bu&horn way Mali closes at B.00 nv m. Arrives jjSwnMaU closea at 6.00 a. ra. Arrives at Ecwticia Mail closes at 12.00 m. Arrived at Wu.aa 'Mail cIosch at 12.00 m. Arrives at in no a. in , Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and bM Hay Mail closes al C.30 p. m. Ar- P' j-'s'kial Notice. Letters for Mails must J nruinpUy at the advertised hour of rinsing, be m prorop ) j N. HARDER, Post Master. St AltiatiH, April H, lh&t. 6-tf. VNIO.V STATE COXVKXTIO.V. Til Freemen of the State of Vermont, who are nfav . -ot the election of AI1KA1IAM MX ni .nd AXDHBW .HIIIXSOX, are hereby , ) Tuesday, the 11th day of October next, purpose of nom...

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. — 23 September 1864

us. JEHJB- VIDIVlOdSTT TRANSCRIPT. i r & avmcrjs' department. Failure oTOrclmrds. " Erotn tlif ascollonl roport of tho Mrmio Bonrd of Agiieultiiro for 18GU, wo coiidonno the following: In the first jilnpp tho early plantings woro in Virgin sbfl full of vegetnblo mould from tliQtlecay of forest troos nnd lonvi-s for I couturios, containing in abundance nil "tho elements necessary to n thrifty growth. Thousands of trees have since thon been set upon lauds greatly ex hausted by repealed croppings, with insufficient returns, and Uicy have lit erally starved. A remedy for this in properly manuring with a compost of leaf mould.wood, nnhea and lime; stablo manure may be milled to advantage Again, tho earlier planted trees were generally well sheltered by tho forest growth. The value of shelter in such a cli mate as ours bus never bnciisuflicicnt- ly appreciated. The success which ha attended the planting of rows of over greens for BciTciiB, is really surpris ing nnd warrants the belief...

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. — 30 September 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. i IT Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, VT, FRIDAY, SJCPTJSMBlffR 30, 1864.-. 3STo. 29. THE TRANSCRIPT, rUDMSHKl) EVKUV HllDAY By 1IKNRYA. CUTLER. TKUMS OF SrilSC'KtPTlON I To tnoio rocoIvltiR tho paper h roil Rh Uio Tost Ofllw- s,,7;' rcr ,"lmlm Tn Village auiMicrlti or mU in " i Limn ri!l lo r inruril. Fifty Cents J"or will bo ndtleil when payment it Wyed beyond b;x montlm. jjr, paper ihscmitlnueil until all arrearages arc j)ul, eicept at tho option of tho Publisher. HATES OP ADVI5IITIHINO I TnlNSlF.MT AnVEllTIHKMBNTS. PlT 8(llar0 of 12 line r 1IW ot "lla 'yi'p t"r Arst Insertion 7S rrnl; for each subsequent insertion, ! ml. Uir number of insertions must bo marked on H ndvertiwmentH, or they will bo continued tinlil nrdi red out. Transient advertisements to btpaidf'T niAihaner. tg- A literal discount will 1k made on tho ibnM- rates to those advertising by tho year. LruAt Notii'KS will be inserted at 12 cents per line I KNOW A BEAUTIFUL MAN. nt jins. rnANns p. oAor. WO- I ...

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. — 30 September 1864

JLJL-i Sept. 30. THE TRAtfSCRTPT. ST. ALBANS. VrMny, Hpt. MO, 1NIM. NATIONAL I.VIOX TICKKT. For President, ABRAHAM IXNCOIN, OF ILLINOIS, For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, Or TENXESSLll Presidential Flection, November Btli, 1804. Withdrawal or Generals Fremont ami Cochrane, Gon. Fremont hus taken the step of withdrawing liis name from tho list of candidates for the Presidency ub will fully appear from his printed latter in another column. Gon. John Cochmno follows his oxamplo and also with draws his name from the Presidential canvass as a candidate for tins Vice Presidency. His letter of withdrawal is written in a good spirit and wo re publish extracts from it in Huh week's issue which will be road with sonic iu torosU In a particular point ol iov no particular importaliea can Ifo attached to these loiters ufSvithdmwal, for un less wc grcn.lv mimindcrstnitd tho signs of the times thu Cleveland movement was not creating any disastrous divis ion in tho Union ranks. In a person al poi...

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. — 30 September 1864

Sept. BO. THE TBANSOUXFr. " ST. ALBANS. IJOST-IH'KIl'rt NOTICK. lW-iWire ope" (Mwmjs rkcrpJctl) from 0 n. N" v"kH.?ih RiSl'doM. at C.30 p. m. A NSji'm Mai? Vjfici! 6.30 a. m. Arrives at fi.tsi'-."'.. .....r.,;1 ntr1.mn..ui. Arrives ' vw'onOtMl closes, nt 0.00 ft. m. Arrives at 1W'?A..i.i Mi.il closes ntl2.00m. Arrivosat ' ; if.ii iuo nl 12.00 m. Arrives nl f itTm.. 'Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, ana n... rn rlniu nl fl.flO n. m. Ar. Kl nUfl -- - srr, Hi, Nonri!. letters for Mails most ,r,,miiii nt the advertised hour of closing. ' 1 It. N. BARBER, Post Master. Viii-. Vl-nl S, Ml. 0-1 f. i VIO.V STATU CO.VVIiNTIO.V. , rr , mi n of tin- State of Vermont, who nro it re 1"' ' , . inn til t V . . . ,.f I hp clct'Ilou Ol ...' ...- , i i i I 111 .UHKH 1 ,1111 11111. HI .11, ...III 11IIU- I , Ui. tliu llthilay OI ucinuer next, t,rK' of nominating candidates for ji 1-1' dors, to be supported at the ap- ii.ti'ni. i itW kthwaiit, i- mni) It. C'omiv, i.tRITI II. HSOMWBT, I I i fx I'. llKNISON. ...

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. — 30 September 1864

TI-IK VERMONT THAJSTSOHIPT. SePi. 80? 116. farmer' gepartmcnt. Preparing Foofl Tor Slock. It is n well established fact, thnt many of the articles used for utock feeding, nro, in thoir natural or raw etato, nt least partially indigestible As the object of tho prudont farmer is . .. . uii 1 to provont waste, it is well to know jn ,l ' , , , , . , wnamirocuou eiiuito ouuuiu uv mnrai, to accomplish this desiroblo end. Al though it is generally conceded Hint cut and cooked food is far mora eco nomical than that which in fed uncut or unground and raw, still the intro duction of straw and fodder eiittern, mills for bruising and grinding grain, and apparatus for steaming and boil ing, are far from being tho ordinary appendages of farms. Ouo of the greatest advantages of m:w !,. nw1 f.wblor rir flii llrllutll. , r , ., , ... , lilnav the Arabs, "that we contrive never of grain, and the boiling or steaming it I ' , - . ., P ..... . i to huvo restivo horses. lor tho first nftcrwards, is tho m...

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. — 7 October 1864

y i.i 1 THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. MT Vol. I. THE yaANSOBlPl runr.isiiED kveuy rmnxv By A atJTkEJtt. TlillMS OP NUIISCimTlON I To those f (tcMnfi tho papw UirouRh Uio Port nmcc. iT0 per annum. To MIUro BubHcrlberH roccivW tlio rM"f '? 1,10 entrlvT, so rent n MWttton will bo cliarRod. Fifty Cents & year will bo added when p&ymont U delayed brvond fix Jiioiitlin No paper diHcontinuod until all nrrearngcH ftro pi(l, except at tlic option of tho Publisher. Jt.VTHS OF AIlVIillTISINO ffnAVctr.ST Anvr.ivn.'KMKSTs. Per nqnaro of 12 ''inn W !', f this typo, for drift iimortlon 75 nl for I'itfh ertlcipicnt insertion, as rent. The nnttibcr cf Insertion must bo marked on ill adrot-tiwmeiitK, or they will bo continued until ordered out. Transient advertisements to be iaiA for in advance. 9 A liberal discount will lo mndo on Uio tf,0YC rates to tlioso advertising by the year. L.eoal Notices will bo Inserted at 12J cents per line. MAN'S LOVE IS SOMETIMES FICKLE. JIin love is sometimes fickle ...

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. — 7 October 1864

r g i Qct. 7. 4 THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Wlrtiiy, Oct. 7, ISO.i. S.VTIONAI. IMO.V TICICBT. . .Fbr President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENXESStr rroiidcntiM Election, No ember 8tb, 1861. VSIOX STATE CONVEXTIOV s Freemen of the fitnk In favor of the election uf nor; a, Jsuwnrci A.'xaiioon C. Clarke. Wo presume, in tlio choice of President of tho United States, that 19 iq, be, tnadg jtJBurlingtonioxt week , duo precaution will bo tnkc'h lo put iti nomination t'hdso and UtOsb tfnly vfho arcgonuind nifd emerclit fSltiiidrird jbenrors ?n Hid pw.nnt co'ntbht for 1 Vnion and Freedom. Inasmuch as it it pood policy for n parly to distribute j ing session. its honors rt widely possibly, we j The closing argumont for tho .State I presume no office-holder either in the ' wns made by Norman F. "Wood, Eq ., National or "State Government could State's Attorney, and this wan followed j expect or hope for the honor of being by tho ehrirgo of Judge Aldis,...

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. — 7 October 1864

110 ct. ..osr-m-i'icu aotu-k. ,,(!,, 0jX. (Sundays excepted) train 0 ft. , "' o...i.. fmm 7 a. m. lo 8 r. in,; ' 'ten . Mall closes at 0.50 um .!r,,wir Mail cloaca at 0.30 p. m. ..m.ip. tn. . . ,.. , Mail closes at 5- "'' Arrivw . ,n Mill ce'oii 1 .j closes lit 12.00 m. Arrives at t Mi.) closes at 12.00 m. Arrives at M "days. Tuesdays, Thursdays, ami I J H l'1)' 1& liuoun in u.uv .... .r, Vi-rt. t. - Letters for Malls r.msl ; t it Hi. a.licrllscd hour or closing,' H N. MHllER, Post Master. , .nl s. lW.f. fl-lf. , . mi I urlinirtoii, wwoso iiotui- :.. dlrnitrr'a 1 1 H . it, 13 ft k r ii" ' ----- o , tv that Town Committee for i i . - 1 I ,.1. mi imi rno 1 i TJ t t ... pnuilinirni olllb for (II 8 ai i . ..... ,., I attribution ol political I documents. It in not yot . i mirrlit lin nnf?nin. 1 11. oil. . I I.. If..rn IlllK (IllLU llllll IIJL1 Old i ...nWr if UlftV WOllld OlMV 'T V II U' -- f .v mC,Uog nromtttlv niltl ZCI.1- 4 vr Jull not print m Our columns , i bctB, voles tnuou on...

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. — 7 October 1864

Oct. 7. TJHDE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ISO. farmer' Scpartmcnt. The Hornet. , The bornot has over been rcgnnlcd ns nn inveterate' enemy vt bees. There nrc probnbly few observtint beekecpprH who have not seen them about the hivoi, suddenly seizing somo luckles individual, clipping off tho wings, and in beef and pork, and productions of tho farm, tho uso of cowtt, rent, iiro wood, etc. Hereafter wo must stick to this rulo juoro closely, llo on tho lookout for somo men with families. I wish 1'oleg Keau would como back. Vnrm weather hero and fino show ers. DANIEL "WEBSTER. i.l : Lamji9. It is necessary for wool American. carrying away mo uoay as a uu-uu ior , to know how to nnlI0ge lBmb9( their brood. It has also been alleged . . . . . , b that hornets have a special predilection Th(j besl hn ia q holu iu moist for queen bees, and will oven hunt and nnd put UlJj kmb coVcr ;t manage to seize them in the cluster, but tho heftd ftnd joayo it iu Umt just after a swarm has settled. Ill ' fiituaUo...

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. — 14 October 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ' i ,in Mlt i, Ti Vol, i. THE THANSCHIPT, ronysiiriD ny.iiuv rnmAY 1 t fclNltYA. C UTIiKIlk By TtSltMS ' ijUilHOimrrlOf' : f,. !hni"Tiv!np the wncr ptrotign uie ifief ri i ,fiv cents iv yM will ho. added whrm payment . ,, n-.i I vmd six mouths. . paper (tHcmHiinpil until All Arrearages are pa 1, ixcrpt at Uio option of tho l'ublishur. Jl VTKH OP AllVEHTISISG Tna'o.irNT AtiVEimnKMrwrs. .per wpinro of 12 n ,r 1. hi, if thin typ, first insertion 75 ttnU; f"f ''i"'!1 subsequent Insertion, 15 cents, i in nnmlcr of insertions must lie marked oh 1 adv, rtisiueuts, or tljoy will lxs continued ,., l. il l mil. Transient nilvertiscmtmta to I i a, t f r in a.hane", if V hLral discount will be matlo on the ,1, .i rates t.. those advertising by thn$"or. it At NotU'es will bo inserted at 12$ cents jim .i i... i u 1 1 1 iii eimrnvu. COURTESY. t. ii. ns. err the mm of famo had set, j 1 1. mp and show the gazing Crondu were T , ; f i r ver upon something now, 4 . aiders of th...

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. — 14 October 1864

1-2 o TT-ITD "V-IEKMOSSTT TKANSCRIPT. Oct. 14. THE TRANSCRIPT. : - ST. ALBANS. "XPrliluy, Oct.. M, 181. WATIOXAIi VXIO.V 'WCKliT. For l'rendenl, ABRAHAM UNTCOXN, or ILUS'MS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE, rreridontial nicotic n. Number 8th, 18&1. Union StatcConvcnlion. At tlio Union Stato Convention bel1 in Burlington ou Tuesday, lltli inst., to nominato Presidential Electors, iho nominating Comtnittoo mado tlio fol lowing report, which was unanimously ndopted: For FJeelora al Ixime. Daniel Kel logg, of Brattloboro, AlborUL. Catlin, of Burlington. For District Hector. First Dist, S. 31. Dorr, of Rutland ; second Dint, Byland Fletcher, of Cavendish; Third Dist., Jan. W. Simpson, of Craftsbury. Owing to alack of space and time wo nro obliged to omit a detailed ro- r port of tho Convention. The Elections. Tho elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, on Tuesday, 11th inst., have, according to tho rot urns thus far received, resulted in a glorious Union triumph...

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. — 14 October 1864

Oct, 4. TIME VilRMONT TRANSCKIPT. 123 THE TRANSCEIPT. " ST. AtiBANSt ' FrUlny, Out. 1-1. ' iosr-i"ifH NOTICE. r, ,i.offici' open (Sundays excepted) from a. 'nff! '"'F" on Hu,n'Uy fr0ln 7 M' 10 8 a" ,n,! V,IilV.' Ilopt..!! Vl'.rouBlV'Mftil closes at 0.80 Yrm.s at 5.5'Jp. in. rv V i rk through Mall closes at C.30 p. m. A"v ";hn.7MliKc!"f! at C.30 a. m. Arrives at Ms 'iin'rti Inl1 closes atG.OOA. m. Arrives 'Va'i "IaU closes at 6.00 a. in. Arrives at 5 ,"flf 1 1 Mall closes at 12.00 m. Arrives at "' Mail closes at 12.00 in. Arrives nt j'h Mmly. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ' ins Bay Mail closes at C.30 p. in. Ar- , ; ! r. III. Hr(i Nonrn. Letters for Malls must . r .,.,i.tiy at the advertised hour of cloning. , r .ms u) u UR1JER, i.ost Master. - K Vlrtl H, im, 5-tf. Mr Alfred O. Snftbrd, who lias ( , s nx the post your, in tho atn- t,nt ff tho United btntes, nt I ' IlC.l'l, V-.i i" v, Q ...... . ..I.l.if niiAt-n(n. nf tllrt 71- .'II III. 13 JiUlI 1 - . o ore imlebtexl to Mr. Willinin ii m....

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. — 14 October 1864

TECE VERMONT ADSCRIPT. Oct. 14 P 3 ITU'S oil rloth, pncKing, rmtl postngo on tho planU Our ndvieo to Ml, is, eofill tlio dollrtr (or tho $1.15), and tho oxtrn 5 cents nt onco to Onuigo Judd, l'ub lishor of tho Agricullurirt, nt -11 Park Row, ?fow York City, and get tho pa per, etc. loll will got u most boiulli- Snv.c Your Sheep. Tho present high prioo of mutton and of wool should attract tho atten tion of our agricultural friends, and in- 1rnl- o lilf In in ihn fillnrp. ' J ilUWU VUUlli VV .vv. - i. , 1 1 , . , ill ' fi.l ,.1 I illnhf All liKnitHnnl tMl.tftv. Mutton chops now selling at '20 td '' 25 'cents pot pound, and quartern of; and tho cheapest ono in the country, lamb from two dollars to three dollar, ' to say nothing-of the ostrn strawberry each. Livo weight, tho price of sheep l'1"". otc- Try it . rules at from ten to twelve cento for VKTJti:WXTlos or Boos. A writer in tho unshorn, and at from six to eight tho oglon Cl,nrac,r Bfiyg . and a half cents for tho shorn. For Th(j...

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. — 21 October 1864

1HE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. I. ST. ALBAKS, YT, FRIDAY, OOTOBTTft 1, lS64k No. 8 2. THIS TRANSCRIPT. rniusmu) evkuy fuiday By HMNHV A. CUTL13R. TflllMS OK HWIISCIlIin'ION I To those receiving the paper through tho Fost nnirc 9'" per annum. . lo illllRL' subscribers S mm? the paper by tho carrier, 30 rent, in .rt,hti.inrill becWgef ttflv Cent ft year will bo added when payment ,.!l, laved bcvnnd six months. .. nancr discontinued until nil arrearages are pill rtTl Bt tho l,tio" r t)l0 I''Usher. Jl.VTKS Of ADVKHTISIXGl Transient Ahveiitiiejients. For squaro of 12 ,rJ, ,ir li ss. of this type, for drst Insertion JO ,,(,; for each subsequent insertion, 3 renin, Tlis number of insertions must bo marked on n advertisements, or they will 1m oontinned n I'll .mien (1 out. Transient advertisements to l, i aid fr In advance. t'r A liberal discount will bo made on tho ,1, . rahs to those advertising by tho year. ,t, ,u Nonr-El will be Inserted at 12 cents per HOUSE- CLEANING. n,, is a song of w...

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. — 21 October 1864

;v it 14 1:2 5 nn LL1 Oct. c?l. 'M TV V fi J- Al Provisions should also lip niBfle fur qualifying tho electors. 'Accoruhig to the present prorisions of tho act, only inldied Hectors nro permitted to -L X mi, loUo filled bailie staluflS of the wrtrfhios from each and nil (.ho HtAtos. The wrord which Vermont linn made in Iho present struggle, as well an her past historic funic, renders it ran-- mililnry Scrvig'o without 'this Htate. GroVl dlfuculfttw have Itfcn ppori enced heretofore, and especially 'du ring the past year, from persons pro curing enlist ments of recruits in this Hi W qUnlihed rlrclors are pen vote. AVUuie are mnny now in tho tnili tnrT'eorvIct of the United Stales from thiB State, who have, since enting 1 that will bo gathered there, by a stat tJio service, arrived at a legal ago, uuy no ot sumo of iior worthy heroes. Pos ohould be entitled to the privileges )'!; s.ng in rich abundance nnd of a tho nut, and provisions should Wlimuty unsurpuKred, tho marble for made, g...

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. — 21 October 1864

Oct 31... TRANSCRIPT, tfft ALBANS. ' 3 ,,osr-iMncn notice. niv. "i " (Smidnys excepted) from C ft. ,; " ' .,,"r on RrtmUv fftm T n. m. lo 8 ft. rti.l '. .'.J-.V! W.,7i.n ,W .to.no lull.. I'"'11 Vrli 'through Mail ;I"8C,1 at 0l8 ''' ,n' 1 ' Jji'jVlosr-s at C.no a. m. Arrives at ,"', w; Mail clows nt 5.00 a. in. Arrives t' ,..o -l........ t fi.OO n. m. Arrives at ' Oil nun Aniv.t i closes nt, 2.00 m. Anivesat Y" Thnu . ' iluatD, - .-- Bi,y Mail closes at C.30 p. in. Ar- ViTtrn. Letters for Msils must at the advertised hour of closing. ' ' H N. lIAHHlilt, Post Mascor. - Api i) , ' 6-tf- uBEAT EXCITEMENT. RAID ON ST. ALBANS. IlLUb I nnii-L. llls The Banks Robbed. ITIZENS SHOTj &C. v; Ul ant village was thrown into r vttemrnt, UcL lUtli, uy tuo ap- r . - ... .. ,.rlHrt.,nno ,i,,n . n ( , III n 1 LllV UL DklilUKClD, uum- ' ... .l....Ml.milu .t.l,A iiuvn ' ' IL.UTY, Oi LHCIUUUVUin, uu lien i .s;, ni'l.iv.msly plundor. The town Without occupyiug. space to partic ;fulfth. wildest rumors,...

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. — 21 October 1864

TI-IE VEm'IONT TRA-jSTSCRIPT. Oct. 2L A Virtue Needed in America. Wo Anioricniis nro tho moat wnalc ftilWl oxlrnvngiiut people in tho world. Wo wneto fearfully in food, in clolhimr. niul in cxims. Wo waste on every nefiiluT day of tho wook, and waste ft doublo amount on Sundays. MciMVnslo Bliamofully, wbinon shock ingly; boys and girls, too, aro jvrniit tcd to .wasto wofully. Wastefulness w ono of our worst national vices ; for if economy ,bo a virtue, llion oxlnmt gaiKfb must, bo a vice. Tho English don't wntUo half ns much as wo do; tho lYoneh not a quarter ; and the Oor nians (while in Ocrninny,) don't waste at all. Hundreds of loading hotels horo and throughout tho country proptiru daily from twenty to fifty diflbrunt dishos for dinnor, and out of thoso, from half (o-two-thirds aro rogularly wasted. Thus not only food is wasted, but also labor at tho saino time. In ordinary families unwholesome nienls of half a dozen diihos aro gotten up, where a plnin meal would at onco bo more...

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