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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 28 October 1864

THE VERMONT T R AN SC RIP T- VVi 11 , .0. .. t i i, a- tw if .ts til' 'Jt!l .n til da Jk odO , till lion UP"' ff !?' i, ritb JJ sa 1 Vol. I. THE TRANSCRIPT. ritiiMsiiBu EVEitv mum By HKNJLtV A. OUTLEK. TJ4UMS OK HDIISCllll'TlOX I To th"? c receiving the paper through tho 1'oit (. S1.71 per annum. loVUIagoHitbHcrlberi) rp vn'wK the paper by tho carrier, no eenu in aJ.li!-" i becliargod. t- f(v (vntR ft year will be added when payment .1 ili-liv (1 brvond xlx months. Nn wiper discontinued until all arrearage aro iiaiJ, ex'ept ot tlic ontion of tho Publisher. IIATHS OP AUVBRTISI.VO I TnASsicvr Adveutisemests. Per mptaro of 12 , pS ,'.r less, of this typo, for first incortion '3 rental f'T each subsequent inevtion, as renin, Tin number of insertions lnunt bo marked on itmi ments, or they will bo continued J",, r. d out. Transient advertisements to 1 t",ilf.rm adtanee. lilxral discount mil lie made on tho , rat. a to those advertising by tho year. U...a Notices will bo inserted at 121 co...

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. — 28 October 1864

130 TRA. jSTS OBIPT. THE TBANSCKEPT. ST. ALBANS. Friday, Oct. 7a. 1S(M. JfATIOXAI. VMOX TJKKI8T. For President, ABRAHAM LIKTCOEtr, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNKiEr 1'or PeiMilritlitil hlirtorr. AT UllilF. DANIEL KKI.LOm 1 HrnttlrlM.ro. ALUEirr I CATLIX -f Knrlinuton. itt Vtflricl-SestXK M. Donn oflUltUuH, 2tl " Hvt.Asn FtETcngTi, CYemMs1i, Sil " Javks W. Sisirsiw, CrufUbttry. rremilenllal Election. XoTomber 9th, 1961. Eleven Days More. On Tuesday, November 8tli, 18G1, oluvon tlnys from dale hereof, the pres idential election will bo bold. On that day will tho great question involving tbo perpetuity of free government nnd frco institutions bo decided. Tli Republic cannot survive a diiibonorable poaco. This Republic, with peace at any terms, would bo a bye-word and a bass tho world ovor. "What will yon do, fhjomcn of Vermont ? You will rally from tho hils the valleys, and tho mountain lops, and vote for the Union candidates. Not a freeman will stay-nt homo;...

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. — 28 October 1864

0c, &L. this tkansqimptT rniny. 001. wr, Jhu l()ST-ori'H I3 XOTICM. pen (Sundays oseertod) from o a. t " r "' Hundav from 7 a. in. to R n. in.; 'bolton 'o'irimRh Mail eloucm at C.80 Mi''1' t,,i,, - '"I '' I'.' "" . PA k through Mj Mail elraow at 0.30 p. m. I, i n lnU closes l -30 n- m Arrives nt aj Mail oliwi nt .1.00 a. m. Arriv , 1 ,,"iail cl'c nt r, (10 n. m. Arrives at , ,t M Mail done at 12.00 m. ArrlvoNnt nt 12.00 in. Arrives nt , M .nd.iviv Tuesdays, Thursdays, and i i v,',. liny Mail closes at (1.80 p. m. Ar- . i N.irHT..- Litters for Mail ranut '" i n.th at the advert wd limir of doling. ' - H N. RARIIKR, Post Master. , i ,.,. nl 8, lSt-l. S-tf- VoTKSl VOTKSt! i.rl. in for votce to ho UHcd at tlio . ., Nnvtinlier fith 180J, can bo ,.n short notice at tlio Vermont i , i it ollico. County rind Town , ,M(.s ran be furnished with , i i ( a.-nrmblo tonus. ; (ii'orgoJ. Stannard, who lost i ' t nrin at tho nhmihler, in a ro , i ly engagement in which ho , . a.-la d hhnsolf as ...

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. — 28 October 1864

132. THE VJERMOISTT TRACTS CRIP T. Oct. Drinks nH Around. Joo Ilurris was u wholoHOtiluri) raor i-y fcllovr, und very foml of his glass. After living ill Now Orleans for Bovcrnl ycflfs, ho caino to the conclusion Hint ho would visit nil old uuelo who lives in Massachusetts. Jow thoro is n difference between Now Orleans and Massachusetts in regard to tho ubo of ardent spirits; and when Joe arrived there and found all tho peoplo toiii pcrate, ho felt bad, thinking with tho famous old song, that "keep tho spirits up by pouting the spirits down" was tho best way to mnko tho timo pass, and began to feel that ho was in n picklo. But on tho morning after his arrival in town, tho old man and his sons being out at work, his aunt camo to him and said: 'Joo, you'vo lived in tho South, and no doubt aro in tho habit of taking something about elovon o'clock. Now I keep somo hero for medical purposes, but let no one know it, as my husband wants to sot n good exninplo for tho boys.' Joo promised, a...

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. — 11 November 1864

TItLJil V JiKiMONT T.RANWOKI FT. $avW -ticiiavtmrnt. j Imhn To.uiT, I'lnoo two quurtH of milk over the fno. "When it, boils iull tST Mr. Meclii, thr (front KiitfiiKii j n nivoonitil of llour to thirkun, iv ton farmer, whose root crops nro the won- J spoonful of salt, a smrtU innip of bullor, iter of oil lx liolili r, lrcuinmonds tin- two tnbkspoonfnls of mijriir. Have following method "f pnckiii mul ntnr- ready in n (le-op dinh ni or night 1icos ing roots which is qhitt' unliko that ; (,f light Imlinii bread, toasted. Pour which prevails with American farnu -rs: the mixture over them. Serve hot. 'It is the greatest possible initttake ' to nloro i-oot in a dry condition, nnd rp.Vltl! JsOTIliK, ALL THOHB DEMHIXa PERFECT rfFITS.J Tim silbtWribtir prWx BI hia grateful AOlitiowl. 1 "nfTits for the liberal patronage with which ,. (. is I.. 1 11 fmi.i, .1 t..i l!,. hist f'.teen vear. i 1 niMti - a coo; iiri ii 'I ih. emu. lie still Ki m tun shop I'vi'l James Hint's store, and free from Hoi...

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. — 11 November 1864

VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Hv f ' t i 4 c L 1) Vol. r. ST. AXBAJSTS, VT.3 FRIDAY, jSTOVEMBER 11, 1864. iSTo. 35. TIIK TUANSCinPT. 1 I JII.ISIIED i:vey l'lUIUY 1 1 1 : N I IV A. C UTL12 11. HUMS !' Ht'llXC'llIPTlOX I I ' m,Miiir the paper thrtmHh the 1'iwt M.J in i annum. To ViUnge Miliwrilwni , i,, ,,,ii by the earner, 60 cent in mil I i- . liarged. i ,i- ,i i ar 1' added when payment i i . nil i inmithi. , , ,ii-, niitinniM until nil arrearages are ' v i i it tin- option if thi; Publinher. It TV.S ' AIVKUTISIN I , imiijiiwi.mi.. I'er wpinrr of 12 . ,.( iliii tpc. fur tlrwt innertion M 1 , uli nitHi'iim lit iiiM-rtinn, ci iitv J , i nf iiin-rfioiiH nmut be marked on , mi nt r they will lt continued i ,, mil. Tinntm iit aii urtiscments t ii ,nl. .inn . i 1 il-rmiril will lie made on the . i , iinwi' xlMTtiMinc livtlie year. s n i s will In.' inserted ut 12J eenti per j I I t!ir Vermont Traimrript. MIED IN HOSPITAL III Mil. . A. W. , i i,v. virtue. giwd andfll, , I ram. land In art and busy ...

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. — 11 November 1864

f .l.t.- i TI-I1C VEEMONT TEANSORIPT. THE T1MNSC11IPT. ST. ALBANS. 1 HtM. 1-VldiiV. IVoV. 1 1. The (Jrantl Hcsiill. Enough lins been transmitted by tolograph throughout the country to assure us beyond a reasonable doubt thnt ABRAHAM LINCOLN and AN DREW JOHNSON ore elocied Presi dent nnd Vice President of theso .United States. Lnte returns indicate that nil of tiic States have given their electoral votes for Lincoln nnd John Wn, oxcopt the. States of Now Jersey which supports McClollnn by a minori ty of 500, Delnwnre which follows suit 'th u small innjority of 150, nnd Kentucky nlns I Old Kentucky for which Vermont used to have so much regard, when "Hurry of the West' was nlivo, gives tho lnrgo majority for Mc Clellan of 20,000. To this catalogue must probably bo added Missouri, and with those crumbs of political com fort, Messrs. McClellan and Pendleton must, nt present, bo content Those four and no moro have east their elec toral votes for Gen. George 15. McOlel lan. Tho weight 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. — 11 November 1864

ill L..L -I.JJ, tJL 3STov. 11- THE VEEMONT T11A.3STSOKIPT. 139 ' L1 "Jl " THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. 3rUiuy is'ov. J l, INO.l. j()ST-OKI''ICt5 NOTICE. Font-Office open (Sundays excepted) from C a. mbfllcelop,cn on Sunday from 7 ft. m. lo 8 n. in.; 8n;lVu.,ilo"'lonTrmlKh,Mftll closes at C.30 . i Arrives at 6.59 p. m. '' vw York through Mall closes at C.30 p. m. A NortlicnMaff cliiBCH at G.30 a. m. Arrives at ' Hmitlu'rn way Mall closes at 5.00 a. m. Arrives R'''1,InlmMll closes at COO a. in. Arrives at ifal'trs'ilcld JIail closes at 12.00 m. Arrivosat 10;,rc!2" Mail closes at 12.00 m. Arrives at jo oo a. in., Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and H 8t!rAl6ans Hay Mall closes at C.30 p. m. Ar- Y'Vi-llSrKCiiti Notice. Letters for Malls must l, n nromptly at the advertised hour of closing. l,o m pro. i 3 n DAllltKlt, Post Master. i Ml.ans. Anril 8. 18C.1. 6-tf. -Gen. Stannard's wound has so far healed ns to pormit In in to visit Dr. "WftUer Carpenter in Burlington. Mr. Thomas O. Ilichardso...

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. — 18 November 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, Vol. I. ST. A.LBAJNB, YT, FRIDAY, jS0"VKM133ST 18, JR64L-. jSTo: 36. THE TRANSCRIPT. rODUSHEt) EVERY FRIDAY By HENRY A. CUTLER. TKIIMS OI' SUIWCUII'TIOiy I To those receiving- tho paper through oVmU nfhYe l 1'" nimum. To Villa go sitbscr bcrs Reiving tho 'paper by the carrier, 50 cel. In addition will bo charged. Fifty Cents a year will bo added when payment ! delayed beyond six months. No oaticr discontinued until all arrearages tiro paid, Swept at tlio option of tho Publisher. HAT13S OP ADVKUTIBIXOl TnissiEST AiiVEnTisr.MENTH. 1'er squarp of 12 Jfor less, of thia typo, for first Insertion 75 nt ) for each subsequent insertion, 3 , Tlio number of insertions must bo marked oh iU advertisements, or they will bo continued until ordered out. Transient advertisements to be paid for in advance, j- A liberal discount will bo made on the bove rates to thoso advertising by tlio year. ..illt.Alt.ui.rtn.ini 1 0 1 nti I a Tint" lJHtM lIVKKUt nui u .no.....,. j ..v... li...

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 November 1864

n-T"E VTOll lOT TllJV&CRlPT. 1 1NOV. IK -. -rs -tz THE TJUNSORIPTJ ST. ALBANS. ' jOL-Vldnv. Nov. 18. 1 SO 1. Tlc Popular Vcnllcl. j pu (hut tho presidential election is numbered among tho "things (1ml worn" and tho re-election of Abraham Lincoln, ami the election of Andrew Johnson nro fixed facts, it in by no menus just or advisable Co regard tho matter as a mero party triumph. It is a national triumph of loyalty over saarot or overt treason to tho Rcpnb lie. Men who are antipodes on strict ly political issues which have hereto fore divided tins great nation forgot thoir differences when the existence of tho ropublio wus in jeopardy nnd east their suffrages for the great stan dard bearers of tho Union. Tho tri umph then is a national one. It is un just unwise and impolitic to treat' tho last popular verdict as a party tri umph. Wo do not, under existing circum- cfrmr.ft6 ftnrtiv, if nm-iaicilAiii tt.,(1i ntlltni good ttisto or sound policy to indulge in any boastful ostiltations...

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 November 1864

jSTo-v. IS. TIIM TRANSCRIPT. f ST. ALBANS. ' lflIli.V. !. IN, 1NM. Krvi I,,"-on1"" Arriiiiginiriit. ' on and after November lUh, W, tho Mall 1 (in Ull'l ' III,.,,,., r,l !!!!! 11. 111., lint. Ill ST'Jn'li "bo opened nd dclt.erc'.l tho rfan.o "'Tinliton through Mail nrrivos at St. Albans nt n -!s , i.iii, and .lows at (i:S0 p.m. V York Mall nrrlvos at 0:15 ft. m., aud closes int a. ni. aim u:. y. m. Knrlln rn Way Mail arrives at 7 p.m., and closes ,,1tl"'!ii Way Mall arrives at 0:30 p. m., and B. t 5 a. in. I Offl, ''"lira from 5:30. a. m. to 0 p. m. It nm, ( ri'ii on Sundays from 7 a. m. to 8 a.ni,, HL r,..mVjnl. to 12:30 P. in. H. N. BARBER, Postmaster M lbans, Nov. 11, Encourngc ifoinc Interests. The proprietors ot tno tu aiu.wb bilv lmvo issued and distributed a K . I .....In. 1(a nf TCf1tVllllllft 10 Cn','Ullrl llll'li .iwiumuu j., 5 w;4, in which the "attention of moi.'- liunH and business men ot ai- ., ' 13 called to tho Daily Jitxeanyar. II), ninoi t of a daily paper, is groa...

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 November 1864

trr- TI1JS VERMOjSTT THAN SCRIPT. 3STov. "prmrns' Kfpartmfnt. CutTJKC q vv J.'onK. iiuvo tito nog laid oitfltif'bagk on n fltrtul Inliln. Cletm tlio cnrcnsfr olonf fut. Take off tho foot at tlio tuiklo joint. Cut tlio hcntl off clnso to tho BlimiMrrs, Hppn rnto. tho jowl from tho hUuII, niul )' n tho skull lenglhwiw on (lie timlcr nilo, so as to rcuncno tho bruin fully. -novo tho backbone in itn whole length, nnd with n nlwup knifo cutoff tho skin -rlhen thp fat, Icming of it only u1tit ono-hnlf inch of fut on th xjiinul col umn. 'Jlio lnidrtlingM or si.U arc now cut from between tho quiii-lcrs, leming tho Hhouldors sqtmro shaped, nnd tho ham rinted, or it may bo rounded to suit your fancy. Tho ribs arc next re moved, partially or entirely from the sides. Tho trimmings of fat from the ham's nnd llabby parts of tho sides are rendered up with the backbone strip for lard. Tho Rausngo moat is cut from be tween tho leaf fat and "tho ribs ; nnv othorloan pieces are uhlhI for the same pnrp...

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 November 1864

VERMONT '" TRANS yY. . f , n i am Vol. 25, 1864. THE TRANSCBIPT. ii I't'iitisiiKD. 'r.Vj:uv ritiDAt' By HiaNllY, A. 'CUTLER. T . those receiving the pajwr JhronBli the ToHt r." Tv'.nK the Vppr by tho carrier, so cn.t. in Fifiv Cents ft vo&r will Ik) mlilfU' , deli ved beyond ei liiontliH. y. r'nptT (tiHCoiitimicil until ali i ul eicept at tho ftptiftn of tlio 1' arri-iiragea arc nuiisiier. 11VTI-3S OK AUVHUTISIXI TniKMMT ADYBltTISKMENTH.- Vev Minure of 12 , J m ? ImJ. "f thh tyi, for ftwl imvrtlou 7.-, Wrnt t i,,r eacn,Hiiu3i"""";y , "' j, V ,1 ,lvertiCils, r tlu'y will be r-AllflntvM r" v' Wrul dmcount will 1p m.iuc nil the. i'Z talc to tlio ndvrtlslnR ly the year. MAt Hoiici.8 wiu uo inacricu at izj conm per V .r tlio Vermont Transcript. THREE SAD DAYS. lit 31RS. . A. '. Tbi finile of Autum gn tho lulls In KuWn radiance lay, ' . . And all the rutfnth;; bYESVs and rHh, Rung olemn bonga (hat dayt Win n nadlvfrom 6ur bu&iUwo1 home", Our 'ldier went away. Th' hills of HftgeTBt...

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 November 1864

'-J T f r - r '.. 146 THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBAN3. KrUlnv, IS'ov. a 5. ISO I. TELE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Nov. nJ), Proclamation for Thanksgiving. the President of the United Stairs, A rnOCLAMATlON "It hns plensod Almighty God to pro long our national lifo another year,1 defending us with his guardian euro ngainsl unfriendly desigt abroad, and vouchsafing to us in His mercy many nnd signal victories over the enemy who is of our own lionMkelilfr It has also pleased Our Hctwlwis Father to favor as well our cijjiwHs in their homes ns our soldiers in that? camps and our sailors on tho nvcfS and Bens, with unusual health.1 H has largely augmented onr-frcoipe nlation by emancipation nnd by fe lnicrution. while He has opened; to us now sources of wealth, and '.ItuS crowned tho labor of our worklt: g men in every department of industry; with abundant reward, lorcovor, Ho has been pleased to animate and inspire our minds and hearts with must hot pflMBiMfcd at n sacrifice of i 1 1 i I n ti A f we...

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 November 1864

"NTov. 35. ' THJG TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Friday. Nov. an. 1HM Vw ?Inll nml l'ot-Oinrc Annul! rmriits. ' On and after November 14th, 1MI, ll.o Mail Trim isduo Allm"? a,1 S:30 'V VI" "ot 1,1 pcailon to bo opened and delivered tlio same "'floaton through Mail arrives at 8t. Albans at H.58 1. m., and closes at f:30 11. in. Vow York Mall arrives at 0:15 a. m., and closes .4 5 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Northern Way Mail arrives at 7 p.m., and closes Southern Way Stall arrivoH al 0:30 p. in., and clones at 5 a. m. omco hours from 8:30 a. m. to 0 p. in. omco open on Bundayti from 7 a. in. to 8 n.-m., nil from 13 m. to 12:30p. m. and from N n., ilBEK, Postmaster Bt. Albans, Nov. H, 1BG4. Porft-Oflico Notice. m. ivi.t-Ofllco will bo opened on ThurMday, N'ovcmber 24th, from 7 to 8 o'clock a il m. to 1 p. rn., and from 0 to 8 p. m. U m. w i lt j. uAitjjKn, Fost tmastcr. Kt Albans, Nov. 23, 1801. -Tho Post-offico in St. Albnns will bo closed hereafter nt 8 o'clock P. 'M., nml be opened nt the hour o...

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 November 1864

"T.TrlE VERMONT TKANSCBIPT. .Nov.. farmer' (DriKU'fmuit. . f nowjoulldjui Ice Mouse. Seeing mi inquiry in regard lo build ing an ice-bouse, bronght lo mind the ;fact oi how few avail thomsolvcB of tlio greatest of nil luxuries in hot wenthpr, which is icb. I will now give yon n plnn of mv ico-hnuso from which nny ono can build who ctm ubo jv b.w runl linmmer. It has been built nboul leu years, nnd in nil sound yet, with tho excep tion of tho boards on tho infiido, which will want to bo replaced onco in ubout five or nix years. Tho size is eight by tnn outside, six feet hiirh. I took two- inch plank, twelve inches wide, for sills nnd plntcs, halved together at the corners. I used studs on tho inside, ' nnd boarded up and down outside. - Tho cracks should bo covered with batten?, lo prevent tho air striking the ice. Tho rafters should bo fivo or six inch stuff, boarded on tho inside, and tho spaco filled with either sawdust or refuso tnn bnrk. Tho inside should bo boarded the other wa...

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. — 2 December 1864

Cm THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. 1M Vol. I. .THE TllANSCRIPT. rUnLISlIEI) EVEIIY 1'ItIDAY By HENRY A. CUTLER. THIIMS OI' .HUHSCHIPTION I To those rccoivitiK tlio pimcr through tlio l'ont omce $I.T per milium. To Villao iiubscriberH rrceiviiitf tlio I'M" l,y 4110 carrier, 00 rent, in addition IU bocharRt'il. Fifty Cents a year will ho added when payment U delayed beyond tU month. No lapr dineontiniied until all nrrcarafjci) aro paid, except at the- option of tlio l'lihliidier. JIATUH Ole TTlVHItTISIN'O I Transient Auvkiitisbmunts Per Hquaro of 12 lines or leas, of this type, for first insertion 75 rn; for each subacqnont insertion, rml, The number of insertions must bo marked on U advcrtisoincnts, or they will bo continued until ordered out. Transient adrcrtisemcuts to he vaiil ff 111 lvnco. ii- A lil-cral discount will bo inado on tho abini rates to those advertising by the year. I jwal Notkes will bo Inserted at 12J cents per line LOUISE ON THE DOOR-STEP. I1Y C11AULE8 JUOKAY. Ilalf-past ...

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. — 2 December 1864

THE TEA NSCI&L 1 rr. I T1 bm lo py &lomM ifpon TUo logisintuio . . I-WTW debated" and third rending rtf- licWs ntid ilonrl ATI-I'IIl ST. ALBANS. C6r Tlio next session of Congress will ho probably ns interesting as any Hint has boon' hold since (ho orgnniEn--iion of our Oovornmeut Questions rSnding fused. Joint resolution iu regard to tlio death of (he lato Governor Fair banks, nnd manifesting respect for his memory nnd sympathy for his family was introduced, debated and paused. SenntHrs Englenby nnd Nichols paid high cpomiums to th6 deceased in the Senate, nnd Mr, Derm, of Cavendish, of momentous interest will be pro posed 'Mid discusod; nnd great inter- j spoke in term of eulogy in the House. est must attach to the action of Con- In the Joint Assembly holden for gross tinting tho next few mouths. Congress will moot on Monday, tho 5th day of December. Those who nre intefe'slod in its nr-tfoil will do well to supply thoihsclvos with somo papers whioli will giro an account of ...

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. — 2 December 1864

T fr. i -ri 'Dec. i T.ttLli V;i 'UK TJIANSCIOTT. ST. ALBAftS: QQ n-i tiny. iis ? "j1 . null mill Potl-OWic Art'iiiici-iiit-iit.. , ...... K..v.,mlcr lltli. Kin I, tho Moil , ,w- at St. Albans at 0:flO p. in., not lif 't opened and delivered tho Homo- Fn . ... .1. ..,!, Mail nrrlvrtn nt SL Albanft At I, sl'.n -" "-n;- - . - . i . nt r.-'in tl. 111. r J' k MjiI nrrivoBftt Gtlo a. m., aim ciohoh , h( m aj Mail arrives at 7 iniM ami ?lono8 ''h. ni.VTay Mail arrivfts nt YjtdO p.'ra. ami . t-'in in Imfl iv in. 11,,.. . . il I lillllll I ,... 1 turn shall conimcuqo tho publicn- t 11.1.r T.ntea nf Vnrmnnt on " . . ' , na ti l by tho Legislature, m tlio iS issui' of tho TiiANHohirT; beginning i, tlu' new militia law. t - IV Kpv. J. 0. Bittingor, pastor of the Congregational Society in a ... . i. g, VluallS, Win uuu umci, inuuuuy, , u las duties until January 1st, . the installation exorcises taking i 0f course, prior to that date. TV mystery attendant upon tho Mgbfi-js Ti'iut, n tho 2Clh, in...

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. — 2 December 1864

rrr TELE VERM O NT TBANSORIPT. farmer' gnwvlmcnt. Discussion on Sheep Husbniirtry. Dr. Loring opened with tho rcainrk Hint tho breeding and feeding of sheep is daily becoming of raoro nml moro importance to tho farmers of Now England. Tho sumo general rules with regard to breeding that wcro cotiiinoiit ed upon at tho previous discussion ap ply to sheep as well as cattle, and tho only question remaining is, What kind of ehcop is tho most valuablo to tho Now England farmer? Dr. Loring then announced himself as an enthusi astic ndvocato of fine wool shcop of New England, and ho believed that if farmers would tuni thoir attontion moro to thorn it would bo immensely to their advantage. In somo parts of Now England in Rhode Island and Connecticut Cotswoldu and South Downs may bo raised to advantage; but our climato and pasturage is such that largo heavy animals aro raised at a disadvantage. I3ut nt tho outset tho quosliou comes up, Can wo raiso meni and profit? Dr. Loring didn't beliovo w...

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