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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 27 January 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, r JT MHT Vol. I. TIBS TKANSCllfPT. 6T ALBAjSTS, YT., FRTDAY, rTA.TTJARY 37, 18(55, rrnusnK" kyeut fiuday in JIKNBV A. CC'JMVER. .... ... umttif'UII.TlOX I Vulo:j3ovaw6Mlioo given (oclmiigo.; (i,0 S(,vcml pftrta ftf Ujo Iuhtitul;0lJ 0f our profession nro brotherly love, are exhorted in evoiy degree, in every h'dtlhlo the World ' wfl' Villi whicli the bxhJI, f'xcopl' flic 'nobii' $inl.ium of It )H ft llllK (HUUmCting, lllO pi'CSOUt ,in.1 M,ft Hftf i,.rtH- ii .' w.linf .ntli fin ilii hvnn.l cd. iUf Ul.-n j. Arncmira In 'lrivfl n Wcil'ld hllfl 1UI vifrlit. 4n lllti'llllt'ddlc. WllO Pllll lll'Ht Work njllt best 'npinil. . . j U.UtUUM llllll Ltll.flllH vmvi .....4 t,i.v' " .. ... nvv ui'i it.i. v .imijuiitj w .v. . w -- , --o ...... r .. - - n of Iho i form if, nonk'H to bind moil totrother. brethren." to hn tender of each other's That varruo sflhluiiolit of bencvo- Surely, ilrufiiniiur thfe Kuored name of with the rOmoto past. It in pleasant, and on many accounts ...

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. — 27 January 1865

v 18$ 20 rr 11 111 VE RMONT TIASC RI PT. m. 27. .atJ TflE TRANSCRIPT. .STALBANS.-- XrWlhv. Iimimvy s The Capturcjof Fori Flslicr. In the last number of tho Trax scmrr wo printed tho official dispatches of tho Assistant Secretary of War an nouncing tho enpturo of Fort Fisher. This news surprised tho country find especially thoso who believed tho enpturo of tho Fort itnprnclicnblo. In another column wo print at length tlin report of Admiral Porter, and "itho ncconilt in which tho land ifoj-ces under Gen. Terry boro a con spicuous naVt nil of which wo feel confident will bo rend with grent snt isfaclion constituting ns Ihoy do tho relinblo report of iv most brilliant suc cess. Tho terrific bombardment by Iho nnVnl force, nnd tho horde assault by tho army, will chnllongo tho admira tion of every render. It has been said that Gen. Terry' nttnek upon Fort Fisher hns no parallel in ancient or modern warfnro, nnd that nosuch in stnnco of courngo nnd determination can bo found in history, an...

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. — 27 January 1865

Jfn. f. -r- t-i-i--r-rrri ST. ALBANS. 1 i unit. M.ll iiih I'ml-OHIce Arrnngnnniln. r 1 after November JUL, 1801, thn Mall On "''.. Si Albans nt 9:30 1'. in., not in r'" ' : i: ..nnned and ilcnvureii mo nuuiu ,iim i" " Sf5,n.iatoflgp.n.. vif York .i" """ - ' Sorthrrn e m. . ' ha . ... . .1 v - it. if nil rrirf?ji ni f it in uuu tawnn Southern v.y."" - ' . ... .ts. m- ... open on Sundays from 7 a. m. to 8 a m... P,niLl in. to 12:30 p.: m. ... St. AUn, Nov. 14, 1801. The ntlilrcss of tho Hoy. J. 0. c Allium unriii tlio clmr- - . .11 ... II.. t. .. . nnnn nf . . Ml. . . '.ill l.i I'nnfl ..it. infnrOMI, Mill Iliuunuiu n nun ..I .. . . t.. Mine... i.'lm ni'n embers of tho craft. Wo trust no ,o will omit giving it a careful rciul- ftS it is a full nud candid auntysis . . - .. i ...i.:i. I tun I'll i ill i - v - c,nrt in ntinibnrH and strength HlClCuniiih a ,),r.ni flm count rv. Wo trust it is unnecessary to in- , in Mm tiinn nf nrifinnl n llin tirQt, nnirA. witll WHICH Unnan linq fnvorfiil...

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. — 27 January 1865

TI -IK V JL5IMO JSTT TBAftC;" 'T Jan. o .r r - Em i i4 ("it 1 t "'armcrjs' gfimilmcnt. ''''MhtbHlVy of Fanners.' " aluVnlly tlui farmer is mi unsolfisli ii'iaii. His labors aro mostly 6ut-of-doom His calling takes him mudli ubroad, nud enables him to mingle considerably with tho world. Yet reading at nil. Many a nominal far.m- book ogonUvjtlijHil Oiujvhjcnu80 he saw. n Ailuui, gruff negative to tlui question in the gardou or yard. Hlihu Jlurrilt. nm (Jala m - "Tho boet ftaid a fnriner . 1 HruAR ACT rclatln deeming aw to cloning tho nfTiiirn and iinvln.. tlm litllti ntul mill. of the l'raiiMin tVmnty'ltniil': ' 1 All Act Inc'orpnrat U. S. 7-30 LOAN." I) OX'T PAlIi TO 111SA1I TlltS I It It Itcrdiu iiwtrtVti hu iVif t!rmrl,i St. 1. TIip nrt etilitled itiir the I'rnnldln Cnuntv I5,ml'." nlimwcd Xo vombar 12, 18W, U hewbv mi nmondeii as to lim it the time timing whleli said Imik shall con tinue mill hnvn sitccwliin to tho lTrnt day of Jinn'. 1W, instead of tlic tirt day of January, IM7, ...

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. — 3 February 1865

THE VERMONT ft )! oat Vol. I. THE TRANSCRIPT: ITEMS!":" kveiiv 1'niiMV 1IEN11Y - OCTL1311. Hv ..M-ilMM OF J4USi:ii' i f. i . .,- IklTlfl II1U IiaiMJl UMVUUll UU Vim- .1 - ........ It. tl.A 1V.dK . ' 'i (Kin. r annum. To Village mibscrlberM t ;.' "i ''lVv'.'a?ln l-o ml.locWl.cn payment , ilnvm.lKti jnontllK. ,1, , mtinwd until nil nrrMrnRca nro , , , ,t t the option f ho Publisher, .. .t.i.u nr AIIVI'3111 if'i" L DP AOVHIITISIXCJI .-'7,..t.fT.lVrHniiaroofl2r N"-,"V. , .. . rit 01 , . lnar.Hl.,11 !4.1 rrlltl. (,( r..r earn - , nts. nr they "ill bp eimtinned I mil. Ti aliment aiiverusenicms id 1. i ,iIk ral dinroimt -will H made l . , lutwrliMiiiR by tlio yi , ... ... i,.1iiiri'. on the I year. r' r ,, vtl. ill ! inserted (it 12 cent per battle of cedar creek, Ortnlirr JH, liui. , . . U y MloWH ut tllr ".TO," I 'I i rM'i'v ono. , -t. iv I'll ri'lalo 1. M'cUrllnn- , linn fi. rci' battb- field, i , i c.irps run away; ., .r-.-ntli broklsatid left (he MtOi ar t!i. brunt that day. I i' Khcn...

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. — 3 February 1865

186 TI-IJE VEEMONT TRSTSORIPT. Pel L THE TEANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. GLORIOUS NEWS! The Antl-SUrcrr Amendment lo the Constitution Passed. On Tuesday Fob. 1, tho Hoitso of Representatives of tho United Slates Congross passed tlio joint resolution, which was rejected at tho last session, submitting to tho Legislatures of tho BOTcral States a proposition to nmond tho Constitution of tho United States so as to prohibit slavery in any and all of them. Tho action of tho last ses sion was reconsidered bv a voto of 112 years to 57 nays, and tho resolution was passed by a voto of 112 yeas, to fiG nays, just tho number, (two thirds,) which was required. This nows will diffuso a fooling of joy among tho well wishers of tho country far and near. As the resolution has passed tho Sen ate, nothing is now required but tho indorsement of tho measure by three fourths of tho States, of which approv al there can be no doubt, and wo shall bp rid of this dangerous and disropu tablo element in tho politics 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. — 3 February 1865

Feb. d;-..-7--.- 187 1.TU1 TRANS01UTT. ST.. ALBANS. Mall nn.l l'o.t-OIIIrr ArranRrmriil. .,itl1 . .til nl 11.- -!! .,i nficr November nm, 'i uu 0 s.n'1,.?i1 Kt. Albans at U:!tO t. m., not in tram n, "' ,,,i fti delivered tlio same tin io " "i Fffiinn throngl. Mail ..rives at St. Albans t f.o m and olofts at 0:) n. in. !:york : Mail arrives at C:i5 a. m., and closes ra.?raw2yM2"i",B at 7p.m., .nd closes iMlhern Way Mail arrives at 0:30 p. m., and o,n 5:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. 222 Sn Sundays from 7 a. m. to 8 a m... PomV2n,tol2a,n.Fii) hi Albans Nv- " I8W: -Wo noticed Inst week tho highly Icditablo concert nnil festival nt tho fiongrcgntionnl Uiiurcli on tuo nam it whoso procecciR were io uo ms- ' . ii i ii. rn hbutcd among mo your ui uiu iuwu If St. Albans. Tho avails amounted , 4175,00 anil were put into tlio Imnds Comniitteo for judicious distribu- Bon. . One fact which tlio action of this mmittco lias dovclopcd needs some lblic mention. Tbcro aro ninny tallica within tbo villago limit...

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. — 3 February 1865

8-4. 11: Feeding Hens in Winter. Tho vnh'lo of warm food, and it vari ety of kinds for hens, hnt often boon icitornlcd, but the following rocord of experience ia iiirniHlicil the Aiiioricnn Agiiciiltnvist by n corrospondonl : "I havo twonty-cight cniukoiis', lai'go and small, fsovornl of them lall chick cub. I obtained but a fow egga tho foro part of tho winter not tiioro than ono or two a day. Tho food was corn' and oats. In January I tried the ex periment of hot feed once a day, in the morning. Ah soon as the firo was started m t Ho cook-stove, l put quart or po of small pntnjoeff in ani old" dripping pan, and sot them in the oven. After breakfast I tnko a quint or more of wheat and buckwheat bran, mixed;' 'put it in tho Will paU'riiill mixed into, ihjn mush with boiling wa ter, then added about ono quart of lives coals from tho stove, and put in tjio. potatoes hot from tho ovon, adding nll-thc egg sheila on hand arid some times a little salt, and sometimes a lijftld sulphur. Tnos...

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. — 10 February 1865

1 1 Ma j. Vol. T. : JVLBAN, VT.5 DmrDiSuY, .TTEBHtrAJdY 10, lSG.Su . . ! . 111 i 1 f 11 i I . I ' ' . ' CP ' I 1 ' " " T - - in I MMTE 'J'AjNoUlill .L. ! "iiuiniiB invasion couki not j was shot, nnd so truo had boou Iho This was fill tho lotter contained; no his house and hud tho satisfaction of I llailCflll IllllllCllCC Ol Holidays. .... .r I"" !"i;u'""" v iiiiuimn.- pun, mat the ball sport, through tlio rrnusjn r,v HKNJ.n1 lTIIM Ol' HMtSC'UIPTlOX i . ? S i.(M ,rr minimi. To VlUu Wl Wtyr 'IV I r 111 n utn "... -, 1 I., v. snort... lhrnii(?l n;n wxnv j'lttgAY, . 'When' ho' asked hitf wif, " alio replifid, i honrt, oomillololy flavoring M in two, lY A. CUTLKE.!1" d"1 rfafl 1)0 ioroltoro I aa wWasttdrliiinod by a post 'mortem j questioning Air. sjoujuco himself, examination. for tho roxwun that the gentlomnu i ,roi i,n mK rtlontliw. novrn' spoko of having nny business. (QW kpii pane of glass in Iho mil atteatfil whence tlio shot camo. name's wero mentioned. It wi-b evi- accompanying 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. — 10 February 1865

190 . THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. IrHlnv, l'otiMintv lO, 1NO. Tho news given olfiowlicro in re gard to tho conference nt Fortress 'Monroo between President Lincoln nnd Secretary Soward, nnd Messrs. StoTons, Hunter nnd Cnmpbcll, Bcbol Commissioners, will occasion Homo do grco of disappointment in tho minds of thoso who indulged tho hopo that it would bo n prcludo to a cessation of furthor hofililitics. Tho conference took tho country by surprise. Tin's fact indicates that, in tho judgment of most men, tho titno was not yet ripo for it. Tho recent "peace movements" end ed undoubtedly in smoke. Tho coun ry must, thorcforo.continuc its nppcal to tho dread arbitrament of war satis fied that mero diplomacy can bo no nubstituto for 'tho bayonet nnd the Hword. Tho success at tho port of Wilmington, tho advanco of Gen. Sherman nnd tho throatouod invest ment nt Mobilo have cheered tho hearts of tho loyal pcoplo of tho North while they havo mndo tho winter ono of darkness nnd gloom in the rebe...

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. — 10 February 1865

jPeb. ST. ALBANS. nn.l l'o.I-onif ArrniiKciisnl. "T J ftrr K-.vrm1.cr lltli. 1801, tlx. Mall . nnntlPC .1.1 . .1 . Ut Alltnii nt Ywi u.nir,:.ioi..m, a V.;... M.n nrr res nt 7 p.m.. una closes 5 m "..'"' Mnil arrives at 0:30 p. m., nnrf Hi he; .,at5. m. omcc nr " . .... ihnm I? iu :' .r: ........ ... . . 11 " 11. . UAlllli.J.i iUOUIWBl.l U1U1KH, sllmiio. N"T- . H, 1801. Tho Amateur Concert given nt Mdpmy Hnll,ot. Aiunne, on mo oven- . d February am, m compnmoni Mr. G. "W. Kyilcr.by bis pnpilf, was i LfM mill flnlurlif nrl nil- iiMit ni i v it iiuhu ...... r " oruscs from tho workH ot Jiinnop, operas of HosHini, Bollmi, JL'lotow , n.,.,,i nm1 frnm tho oratorios of an.lM.nnil MondolHKOlili, and ot solos in such popular Composers as I.. nin..i. KnnH. T?nlfn nim Gil- maul vi" .i i ... .tlin whole fonninir a choicer ho- Kon of suponor music than was cv-pr- wnted by any amateurs at any it. Rf Allinnn. U'iv" Of tho manner in -which thoso clio- so3 and solos were sung wo have no ace to speak...

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. — 10 February 1865

i9 O. TJ-OC V.'KRMOuSIT TRA.iSFKO.UI -.PT. 11 v :, Suggestions for Fcburnrj. ' " CmAhs. Opou tlio windows nn(l giro change of air On warm, dry day. remove Any ilccnying vcgctablci. Vvu tccb ngainBt frost anil vermin. u - s Cattle. -Uxon ounnt to do fuioi .find kept slinrj), whether tliogrouil ia Blippcry or not. Food in nccordnno with tho labor demandod of tholn, bu on no account let lliem fail of flosl. Oxen low in flesh nro moro liablo b6 nicot- with accidonls than othors, and if a poor louzy slcor breaks a leg nobody wants tho beef, and itin not. fit tccay ijpt Bp with one in good ooil dilion? Young cattlo otiglitMot fo'lib pamporcd, but well fed and kept in growing order. i Cows. Milk to within abyub ffix lu'nrlnllaC IhMiWlnf t&9 mqnt : ,11ft transplanted Jon ..cherry trees whilo in blossom, conimondrig at four o'clock in thouftornoon, ami traYiflp'Irtiiting lSih bach lloui'niltil5no in tho morning. Hioro, transplanted during daylight shod tlioir blossoms, producing liltlo o...

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. — 17 February 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, JIT ST. ALBAKS, YT., FETDAY, F.TSBITrA.TlY 17, 1865. 3STo. o. ... fiant:n i-vkuy ruiDAV ... .... ui-ilul'ltlITI(. I J' l,v the carrier, 50 cent in in ' lUWih"". . 1 . fi vrnr Will I" huuvw jt-v . . ,wl .it Trmtithft. , rr ,i,vBnTii.Mr-v",T"-. i r :.;r.. , , r ,,f limortifiiiii imlsi no mami-ii i '. , n tit. r they will bo continued ,1 Traimient. ilvoitlcmnU to i ti-iii i in niniut mi iiiu , , will he inserted at 121 Por IDEAL IS THE REAL. I ll.lMHI.tt, J II. .- r , f.ir tin shadow A . .. i r Life's meadow? '. "' fir f"w "" ik ilu'itfs f earthly nwld ; t I a n Hi" real, I , ti will liu all .. ....... ... Mi.iHl-Wnrli! ! ) 11 ... I'll" ' - i. ur 1. .red ones early leave uh, rli .ur foml. t hopea deceive ns, j j u uciicvo US, ,ais as all alwvol Ajv il). ailmmlent ocean, ....... 1. . t ml lintlfin. k n i aeh emotion in, t i' ithe of peace and lovo. Hi , s v ' e in 8iuniin r, I , so' I mi limit milliner. I r ft u iumhiujji e. ; ,(i nil ti ; i i imngH - !.t, it gle...

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. — 17 February 1865

1941- Feb. 1 THE TRANSCRIPT. ALBANS. VrUlUV. Vc1imiiiiv 17". INOfl. A Change of Front. It would scorn that sinco tho poaco conference at Hampton Roads tho cl lenders havo effect-?'.1. Ii change of front. Heretofore slavery nnd its bo hosts 1ms boon tho robol rallying cry. Now independence is substituted for slavery nnd the old wnr cry is changed nnd everything is mndo to hingo upon independence. It is impossible to predict whnt tho success of this now effort may bo. The position taken by President Lincoln at the conference as indicated in a lat er from Secretary Seward to Mr. Ad ams, Minister to tho Court of St Johns, which will bo found in another column, is by no means a now one. It is tho original basis on which tho war was undertaken . It will not bo abandoned now that victory Rooms ready to perch upon tho banners of tho "Union Army. Wo invito attention not only to Mr Soward's letter, but to tho report of tho rebel peaco commissioners nnd tho mossago from Jefferson Davis to tho ...

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. — 17 February 1865

Z7 h 95 ' M THJB VEBMONT TEANS OX-II J? T. i trnrcn mrn ST. ALBANS. l.'j-brunry 17 1NOO. I't'lllH S it nil I'o.f-OlnVe Arrntiriiirnli r,T . .. v 1.r lltll. isr,i. tllO Mali ( ",""'.. t Albans at :!! I', ill., not ill 't v lc oiiicl delivered t!io snmo . through Mail. arrives nt St. Albans at i" " ....i .i.wrH nt :;hj li. ni. in ' - irk Mail aiuvcsat u:iu a. in., ai v ... .i ivno n. m. j i m inn. . vi i f nnd clllSCS '? "' ..... Mtl nrrlrnt nt 711.111.. n nil closes . ji. m u :i .ni... - - 'Jn"'iti Way Mail arrives at fij30 p.m., and " ', r' J'iw.,n K M ft. m. to 8 1). 111. f .fit i IH'lun "".,""" I.. , ... ,, ia 111. '' i : ; ,,,-,, ..i - li .1. i.VItllJl, 1 wpuiinunii . Nov. 11. IKfii. The Itcv. D. W. Dayton, of tho li, C''mrc1i, in St. Albaim, wrtu tho s, I recipient of $2i!8.UU nt a rccoiit ,n 'inn. Nitwitetantling tlio sorority of tho t .tlirr, Mr. Kowcomb is pushing for (.rl the work on tho now hotel nt St. us as rapidly as possible. o arc glad 1 hear (bat tho lion, nahil j .St...

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. — 17 February 1865

$umnj3 gqinrfmcnt.,. , Rules for AVIntcr. C Nover go to boil with colit or il;uni feet. 1 In going into a bolder nir, kenp tho month resolutely closed, Hint by com pelling tho nir lo puss ciraiilotisly through tho lioso mid head, it inny bocomo warm boforo it reaches tho lungs, and thus prevent thoso shocks hnd sudden chills which fi-cquontly cud in plourisy, pneumonia, and othor . porious fortits of disease. Never, sleep with tho head in tho draft of an open door or windows Let moro cover bo on tho lower limbs than on tho body. Ilavo an extra crtvoring within easy reach in caso of a suddon and groat change of weather, during tho night. Nover stand still a moment out of doors, especially at .street-corners, after having walked even a short dis tance. Novor rido near tho open window of a vohiclo for a single half-minuto, es pecially if it hns boon' preceded by a walk ; valuablo lives havo thus been lost, or gool health permanently de stroyed, Nover put on a now boot or bIioo in begin...

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. — 3 March 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. y"- I 1 rrc TRANSCRIPT. rt'DLlSllEI) F.VKIIY KlltDAY IINRV A. OUTLEB. TKKMS Ol' SlHSriUPTIOX I u-in( flmwuner throuith thn Post- .00 r r annum. 10 iubk' Biiuireriucrii " "r c""K. VV-....i..li i. ,IPtn ft Vrar win i"' uimuu "iiuii jmj jiil jit, UtovondHU months. ' .1 It.. ..ll..i. .F tlirt 1 'II II lullllf pt 81 IMC UJIVUMI Ul " IlliucllVil .. ,t iivttnTisi:MF.Nt. -rer square or l'2 ...... fiiit ivnp. mr 1 1 rni uiri'riiuu j r if earli subsequent insertion, trnm, .. i . mi nts. nr tlioy will bo continued i.. r i,f mnprtiniiN must do marKPU on i ... 1 mil Transient nuYcruscmciiis 10 ilfir in advance. i i.iirml discount will lm mado on the r t' tliuHr advcrtimni- by tho year. SLEEP." llf I l l'l nil tuuij v.... - i U lllV " j m - .lWa vnf nnttrpRMPiL ir f. rni') or little cliimrcn, . i i. i..i r.. .I.:- P UnC UU' -ruui "U mi;ii tvon nun t nursery chambers, iii tho dul;v shadows creep, the, TOn'Ci of nPf Iiildren-i ( ow 1 ly ,loWfl '"Iff PvV .,. c meadow and tho ...

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. — 3 March 1865

SO :3 THE rlRiVNSCftnjT. ST. ALBANS. Prlilnv, Mnroli ':. 1 NUtl. , The Dnwn of a Hrlghifiv,n'ay. . Th 3 recent triumplw of pur- tTnioii nrmiea indicate in unmistakable Iniig ungo that, tho Southern rebellion is tottering to its fall. The sturdy blows which Gen. Shcrmnh lras'dealt- to this lingo monster may not have proved fatal, hut if its Kfo is pro longed nwhild loiigpr,'thb'liomv'-of its dissolutionis nol vory remote. Tho capture of Savannnh, followed by that of Columbia, thd'ctncnntioli bf r.'N. ""r-KfrrH" y4, r ,... i.. t.. .1.., ,.;.,t liml oo.NfaiKHSioNAu "' I i.,u,,iiried to innuireffor tliccare of thoiek nml ...,'""'. ermnnfc furnished n surplus of J300, and Joi Hampshire 11 surplus of lfiOO,. thptv, two surpluses making 20(50, nuil added to the (!()()(), makiim $000 -to bo furnished by" tho two Stales, c 4001) cafli, less . by fair credits,. Then subtract, .Vermont's suiplus t E.T)00 fnnn heiv 4000, leaves iloOO-Us.' inr ipintft pn-lho pending will;. n X likewise subtract ...

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. — 3 March 1865

torch 3. THE VERMONT TRANSOM PT 203 . - -rr- " i u mm "ST. ALBANS. am roll iHors. ii. l.nci locmrwl Inn tirncln- r0V. Oiniv" '""" i". n convening tho Gonorai Aiwyin- f this Stnlo in Bpciai bcbhiuh, iui Ltposo ot considering nml ncting tho pioposcd Constitutional ulment, abolishing slavery frpm anil- Tho niombora nro called lo 11.-!- unnnMvn rlinnilprn nfc in hi1'" r""- tpelicr, on Thursday, thd Oth of th, 18GB. Bjlr. H. H. Locklin, who for Homo- nast hns been ticket ngent on uio Oiont Control llnilrond, has been oiuted Assistant Supcriutoixilcnt L sumo, which will greatly relievo Jnntcntlcnt Merrill of his labo- (luticfl. Mr. M. O. illicit, of- thn form of Jtugg K Elliot, succeeded jocklin as ticket agent in bt. Al- T,iput. F. II. Carpenter lias ar- at Annppolis from Libby Prison, been exchanged. Ho was Bdetl and takon prisoner' at tho t II.Ji.. .a1- ffnnt iYtnnrtn icjed to Richmond .where ho has lined a prisoner until, tho jpreseut fEThe town clock winch vras pro- cd to tho Yillago...

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. — 3 March 1865

i .., " " """"" '"T" ' : VJOHMOlSfT tra: If nbckipt. it'll i 1? i VI A SI mm Vt arran'js gfiimnnciu. ponicsflcJlccclpts. , A Dia.inors Sorr. 1'ocl mid slice bU largo ohioifs, six iwtnto6s, six cnr rols, niul lour turnips; fry them in half n pouml of butter, tuul poiii? On them four quarts of boiling water. Toast a. crust pf bread nslnowfmU hard nsipOBsiblo, but do not 'buriiWit; and mil ih. with Komo celery, avcet horbs, whito p6ppor, find salt. Slow it all gontly. Have rendy thinly aliccd carrot, celery, nnd a little lurliip. Add them to your liking, and Mew them tender in tho soup. If approved of, a npoonful of tomato catsup lliay bo added. BnEAKFAST CtKns.-Tlirco cggH, l! cips of wheat flour, thrco cups too of unbolted flour, a litllo salt, ono qmrt of milk. Bake quick. Homo UHealur cream and soda instead . of BWept milk. v GoodyPicki.k foit MiIvt.--To ' four gallon Ions of water put suflicioiitomumi to mako tho liquid (when disdlvdd) salt strong enough to bear an egg to flqat oh...

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