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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 March 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ! ;nrr Vol. I. THE TRANSCRIPT. rulsuaiir.D nvi.iiv rntD.vv ITKNllY A. OUTLilSll. By THUMB OK SUHSUIIII'THI.-V I To thoeo receiving Hie paper throiiKli tho I'ost-S'-MMlpcr annum. To A "lnK" HtlbHCribors ! " nine the paper by the carrier, fl "uiu In addition will he charRcd. V, tuner ti8contiutiPl until all i r il ' x'-i'I't tho option of tho Pi arrearages arc uwiwicr. Jl.VTBH III' AIIVI5UTISIMI TniNSJrAT Auvkiitibkmbsth l'or Bipiaro of 12 i , , ,",r I , of 'his typo, fur first insertion 75 tVii(i f if each subsrcpient insortlon, H" crtilt, 1 , tmmber of insertions must lie marked on i n 1m rtiaetneiitH, or they Mill ho continued i ..nil r d out. Transient advertisements to t ! 1 f.rin advanre. c,- K lili-ral die-mint will bo made on tho j,-, - rutrs to thoso advcrtlalng hy tho year. T 'iju V'TK ks will le Inserted at 12ceuta per For the Vermont TranitcMpt. THE MILLENNIUM. HY S. At V. Ah. mi ' I tew that blessed time Will C"t imein ray day. Thr biuoh whirh shou...

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 March 1865

20 6 TI-1J.0 VERMONT rrKA.2SrSOJRIPT. cli 10. THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS, irrliinv. Mttrolt 10, 1H5. The Fourth ofMnrrh, 1805. On Saturday last tlio inauguration of Abraham Lincoln ns Prosidcnt of the United States, was celebrated nt "Washington with the- pomp and glori ous circumstauco common to such events. Tho inaugural of President Lincoln is published in another column, and will bo read with great attention and interest. It can hardly fail lo bo im pressive, uttered as it is in tho midst of momentous events. Ono of our best exchanges properly says that the people- ro-clectcd Mr. Lincoln from an instinctWo feeling that in no way would thoy bo well express their de termination utterly to suppress tho re bellion. It has been so interpreted by tho South, and has had great influence in producing weakness and confusion among tho rebels. Mr. Lincoln ontors upon his second term with every pros poet of seeing peace restored, freedom established as tho fundamental law, nnd a new career o...

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 March 1865

TITTG VERMONT TRA-NSCRl PT. 207 ST. ALBANS. . ...,,. arnrcii jo, xnoo. U the Town Meeting Inst Tuoa tlio following oniccrH woro elected iho ensuing jonr: ilcrator-li. u. dowiwj. . . . nfL' -1 . -- " ' i nil ivtiiTiir. insurer A. H. Hyde, i, F. E. Ucli. rcrscer of mo l'oor- -A. IL Hunt- nil. Cnnstnblo II. I- Weeks; 'Zd, let trfiTU juuwhh' Listers- Victor Atwood, .J. II. rorne ins Stilniien, v. it. X'ot- U V'. Thorp. nllfjrg J. II. Dewoy, C. P. Snf- A Hjdc. C F. Siifibrtl Jcnce Viewers is. x-. ltugg, a. .u. I t Greene. IV " - J Haynos, John Whitte- ftiimtV urftMl jurors victor 1 Julius H. lirooks, .Lorenzo . stcnheii Lawrence, Jr., S. G. i -.1 -1 ealer of Weights and Measures, Leather- -Uildud Puull. unl Keepers U. (J. linrton, iri S Wnll, F. E. Boll, II. Clark. i l 1 TT Trt 'Tin Armm.--Ji. aim u i, notendent of Schools Rev. H HI Thorp; District No. 2, Lewis ... O.l ll,ulnnr Wl.iHn. H P Lyman ; 5th District, II. ...1 Pi t. TttofvCstf Tn v rci TtfAnVa ill 1 1! , i ill .iiaviivci w vvu ...

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 March 1865

TI-J.JO "VISKMOISTT rrANSCEIPT. 208. armcrjs' gcpnrtmcnt. To Make Good Uuttjjii in Winteii.- Tho following is not put forth as nny lliing now, but soino of your roiulors may havo boon (lotprrcil from twin? it, by supposing it to bo inofliciont or too troublesome it is simply heating tho milk. Tho best anil oasiost way thati know of on a small scalo, is to set tho pail of milk boforo straining into rt pot of hot water, which should bo in readiness on tho stovo and kept thero until nufficienlly warmed; this will provent danger from boating it too much. It should not boil but como very near it. then strainod and let stand from ono to two days, according to tho weather, beforo skimming. Tho milk and cream should bo kept from freezing. Tho butter is easily churned, is of good color and consistence, and perfectly sweet; tho 'heating process removing to a great extent, tho taste of turnips And noxious weeds, ' and it will now bring 'from 10 to 15 cents por pound moro than that mado in tho ...

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 March 1865

CRIPT, Vol. 2. ST. AJU3A.JSTS,.. YT., :iJ-KIDA.Y3 MAnCH 17, 1S65. THE VERMONT TRANS THE TRANSCRIPT. rcnuamni eveiiy fiuday IiKNRY A. CUTL13R Ti llioc mcdvhiR tlio paper through tho I'ot mL . por niinnm. ToMlIngoHiilwcrihorH ' .utiK the paper hy tlio earn the paper by tho carrier, oo rent in i,fv Onts a year will 1) added when payment ,11 lir ciiarpt i. nia iv vitr will bo added' i- iiv, 1 bevond six montliH. 1,d rp,r li,rontlm,ed until all , L ,1 except at tho option of the Pi arrearages are nuiiBuor. iiKitu hp AiJvnitTisisroi Tti .vifnt AnrEnTisnMEJrrs.l'or square of 12 T? . r,f thin tvw. for ilrat iUMertion n K'c'niM f'T Cllcl1 "lpiUUIlt Insertion, -nU, i ti number of insertions mum, no marked on ... .iimnnt or thc-v will bo conlimioil ....t rIVaalnnf RflvnrlltinmfititM in .',.nd fur in advance fi. i liberal discount will bo mado on tho rat' s 10 lllunt! mutiunuii, W1L- JU.I1. I a Notices will bo inserted at 12 cents per TO MY BROTHER. lit B. DAVENPOHT HOUSE. Hi firbnthrr Tred, wi...

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 March 1865

2. Tl-nS VERMONT TRAJSTSORIPT. THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. 31 a roll V I The Extra Session. We publish in full tlio proceedings of tho Extra Session of tho Vermont Legislature, and presume tho debutes in regard to the rcpcnl of tho act closing tho affairs of tho Franklin County Bank, and tho modes of ratifying tho constitutional amendment, will bo read with attention. Tho proceed ings noccssarily occupy much space. Walton's Journal, in alluding to the synopsis of tho dobato as to tho mode of ratifying an amendment to tho Federal Constitution, remarks that "a fact not adverted to, shows very clear ly that the approval of tho Executive is not essential; and it is that tho al ternative modes provided for are, 1st, by tho Stato Legislatures; or, 2d, by Conventions. With the latter, ccrttiin- ly tho Executive could havo no official connection except by power specially given. But tho Executive approval does not invalidato an act of ratifica tion, becauso it is still tho act 'of tho Legisl...

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 March 1865

March ltf. the transcript: ST. ALBANS. 1 no.-. Tlio trinl of Pnyno, tho supposed raider, is ntill ponding boforo Jus-' iico Sotilo. -Hon. llnrmon Northrop is prob- n,)y elected Comtnissionor in Uuh Comity, "d Hon. H. H. Koynolds, in Grand IbIo County. A. second company of cavalry nr- i : tn..i, frnm Unrlimrlnn m TlVPll I" o-""' Jl.mday Inst. From the ndvcrlisomont of Alossrs. Bailey, it appears that tlioy ofTor n oli.nee lot of fancy runl staple,' dry g,Hdsftt reduced prices, iinvmg pur- Messrs. A. F. Cool, J. It. Arming , - it CH 4 1!. lvv purchased of Messrs. Wheeler & ,i ir i ci i llnv fitnl iirwlnr llin Tin run nf Hi, "NT AUmuis wii iuuiiiuuj' mil uu .if iriin T 111 ILl III V I I 1 1 1 it-ill III III II Vu,on the officorH mention ol in j i i i 11.-.i,. 41., f i . ., i.s.-t m niwi r tan or a in iu i nri. I .-- iV - - - - J. , bn A. Hieks, 10th YL Yols, John 13. Gallar, Jr., fonnorly of ... l . i .1 n t irii i j i uini liai mi (i iiiciii.ii - w 41, i fir Trna pnmmirtnn I -r th...

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 March 1865

rirn:m Vermont tliajstscipt. March 17, gcpavlmcnf. Lice on; Stock. Cttlob Cnnfiold of Livingston Op'.,Mich., writes tho Ilur n.that ho lin.3 no such thing nbout him ns lico on cuttle, horses, hogs, hens, jocso, noithor ticks on sheep. His remedy is sulphur. To an ox, or cow, or hen, ho jivoa a tiiblospponfnl in their feed; to shcop lcsi. Ho pitta it in tho coops of tho fowls in amnll lumps. Feeds it onto n month in win ter; but' not in summer, oxcoptto hogs, llo gives his horned cnttlo nnd horses n spoonful of pulverised snltpctro in tho month of Mnrch or April, and ngnin, without fnil, when lio' turn thorn (nit to gross. Ho also feeds hi chUloid horses nbout it pint of flax seed oach onco a month in winter. the work will be better done, done tho sooner, and dono with a solf-sustained nlncrily. Tho limo Inkon from sovon or eight hours' sleep out of oach twenty-four is tiino not gained, but time much more than lost; wo can cheat onr.iclves, but we cannot ehoat nnturo. A certain amoun...

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. — 24 March 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ;n :.mt ol. o, ST. A.T.I3A1STS, VT., FRIDAY, MA.TCCT-I 24-, 1865. unn rnp Axrarj"R.TPT. xx rCULlSIIED KVWIY 1'ItlUAY ttt.ixti?V A riTTTT TCI. IT IJltAl J- " -...IMS (IP SUUHCHIl'TIOX I To those receiving tlio paper through the Post i m.imi nor nnnum. To Village HiibscnborH miiu the paper by tlio carrier, . renin m I, ,lti trill berharRid. 1 iv, il 1m voiul nix months. i .in r itiwontinnrd until nil arrearages are . L.f . ni t tho option of tlio Publisher. IU, i- it vns ov aijvuktisinoi imk. of this type, for Orst iuaortion 75 n(i for cacu uom.'iuuui ui""i -- Tt number or InecruonH mii mrairiraon 1 .,....nli nr tlinv will bp continued ... nlArril Olll. iraunituw tiu.i.(i.oi-.i.umq iu pjid for in advance. A. liberal discount win do mauo on 1110 .1 ..Ill l.Atn.A.(n.l At 101 ..- For the Vermont Trtuifcripl. THE SHIP OF STATE. lit s. a. w. AH rands w dock I" Quick, wo can hco X!k foaming breakers rif.o, A. 1 hie a pall tlio nazy ciounn Hang fr"m the darkening nkio...

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. — 24 March 1865

O t:b:e vekmo-nt tk.a.jSTSokipt:-- hP' THE TRANStJE.fl?ff. rThc (Prevailing Flood. , t In c6nsoqnenro of tho recent rapid disappearance of Iho snow, railroads, and 'highwnys have suffered severely. ! The bridgo at Hie moulh of Reck river has been so much injured that trains diiT not puss over it for several days. Tho Winooski liver is very high and ii . i t . i - ..i it?: been .widely circulated that, during the 1 . w 01"' W " WOB,;,r " 13 ' i i ' obliged to suspend for n whilo. Mont- rt'i'f'iiL iiiriiifTiiriiLiini i:i i fMiiiiimm iil ST. ALBANS. . M Prhlnv, Murt'li iM. 1J. A Disgraceful Kxlilfoliion. Tho wholo country waB inortilied ' nnd disrrraeod by the fact which ban ' ) w r - Washington,. Yico President Andrew Tohnson was intoxicated. i , Tho Burlington Free J'rtv in coin ipenting upon this disgraceful oxhibi .tion Tcrv. forcibly remarks: "What a Bad spectacle he presents! Honored! hitherto as a sturdy nnd .sterling pa,- ! triot; faithful among tho faithlons fit j .tho outbrea...

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. — 24 March 1865

March. 2. THE TRANSOIUPT-. ST, ALBANS. -Tho Burlington Timas says tlmt the St- Albans Dnuk will soon bo or ganized na ti national Bank, with ti Jnrgo capital. -Messrs. William R Hoyt, of St. Albans, and Charles "Whcoler, former ly of St. AlbanH, Imvo rocantly been commissioned as Lioutonants. Sir. Hoyt has been in sovoml battlca and ias earned his promotion. MY. Gooryo rliurrh, of St. Albans, haa been recent ly promoted to bo Sergeant Major. Tho Ladies will not fail to call nt Baileys' and oxaniino their largo nnd choice slock of now goods bought nt panic prices. By rofcrenco to the newspapers it will be soon that thry hnrr advertised thoir businoss, which indicates that they do not do .ir. 1 1 have their stook hold out till ;u. tU'V spring, but intend to keep supplied with tho best and tho latest stvlcs as they appear in mnrkot. Cadet "Win. V. Thorp, Jr. son of . Thorp, Esq. of St. Albans, died at Norwich University March 20th ISC'), aged 20 years. His romains wore escorted from No...

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. — 24 March 1865

March. 4. fit THE VJERMONT TBANSCRIPT. farmer' gciwrtmrnf. HOW TO MAKEPot'LTItT PnoriTAM.E. Tho inquiry is often made, Is tho rnis ing of Poultry profitrtblo ? I will givo you my experience, and you niid your readers ciui juJgo for yourselves. My father, being a holol-lceopcr, 1ms raised and bought a groat many fowls. Hav ing observed that there was a grcnl difibronco in them, and that puro breeds vrcro moro profUablo than mixed, I Tvas induced, several years ninco, lo raiso puro brccds,.and finding it profitable have enlarged my Btock until I now havo fifty varieties, and each varioty is kept Eoparntc, bo n..i to keep "each breed pure. In 18C4, 1 sold over $500 worth of fowls and eggs, took over $100 in premiums, beside having a largo stock on hand. I kcop an account of tho expenses, havo fed them well and advertised liberally, and thereby found it very profitable. I would say to all, mako a good poul try house, or fix up a room in tho cor ner of a stablo, with yardB to it, so that...

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. — 31 March 1865

I THE TT A MSPP'TPT" T K3VJLVJ"L .ih- :-iht ST. TT FTJXDA.'Y", MiLBCH 31, 1865 ICSTo. Vol. 55. THE TRANSCRIPT. " ri-ntisnnii eveuy i-miuy 1IBN11YA. OUTXiKR. ...o oi siniSdUII'TION I m .1 ...I. rireivinc tlie paper through llio I'osl ?,ll5mm.r"nHin. to Village miWrihen t.l'l'!",n..wl ' Sill 1, added whon navmcnt . invert bovoiut oix months. V r discontinued until nl arrearages aro i. w'l't at the option of tho 1'ublMier. rtVTKI ADVERTISING t Tiuf.ir.ST Anvr.nTisntEST8.-rer Hqttnro of 12 ,nr f this typo, for first insertion " ,' f -r tu.'h subsequent insertion, -t it, , umber cf irnvrtioim nmid o marked on ' iv tuetiicnts, or thoy will bo continued . ' irili red onf. Transient advertisements to . i r ,r in ad amv. I . i i ill 1 wo.,1n rt 41. i t' tUOIP nuverwmiiK ujr mi juui. . 1.3 will bo inserted at 12J contH per I .41 Fmm Harper's MonlMij Ztagntlnf. rt ,1 .tr and Miie-e?ed grass , , l them into tho river-lane, ft t j., .i',n r ho lot them r f jtt, inl the meadow barn afrain. i 1- ,...

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. — 31 March 1865

oSita-rcl THE TRANSCEIPX. ST. ALBANS. Frlilnvi 5fnrU ill. 1H03. Treatment of Prisoners. CSV- A telegraphic dispatch from Montreal, informs us ttmt on "Wcdncs dtij morning Judgo Smith hud so far recovered from his "indisposition" as to render his decision. Ho decided Hint the prosecution hnd failed to show good ground why tho prisoners should The whole number of our prisoners j l,0 surrendered to tho authorities of rcC0LV,?!5 n clm?B? nt ?V.ihnjnHlo.u tho United States as fugitives from was 7602. Tho rebels explained their . .. ,t ,. . . , failure to make up tho 10,000 agreed I JU8tlC0- 11(5 accordingly discharged upon, by the escape of many and Hie tho raiders from custody, death of still more. Many were left Mr. Devlin thereupon had thorn re dead by tho wayside Tho rebels 'arrested and committed to jail for say that within two yo-irs 0-1,000 of u t mmlor Mn iInntinglon our men have died as prisoners. . . . . . ,nM r?. This is incredible, though tho number I nt St. Albans, on Octobe...

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. — 31 March 1865

THTG VERMONT TI A N SC UUPT. InrcJx ox. HE TRANS Oli-IP T. ! ST. ALBANS. -Thero was n uoiuiuiuii oi uiu npiiinrr viiros3 train a niilo -i i ... i f ii. niinj j""""-o - t thrown from tlio trncic uy a no vo rail. T'nilcr tho mortuary liond will bo n,l the nmiounocmont of tlio tlontli, advanced npo, of Hoiiry boyniour, f.ir over fifty yours ii rositlont mi m Albans. His funeral took plnco thr aoth inst, at tho Cougrogational i ...l.M-n lm liiul Innr' ' linnn n un a. .k ---o - . ,.,f nifniw1n.it and worshmnor. c i-t nicos were conducted, in tlio M.n(-c f Iftrgo audionco of rola- mi.l frit-mis, by his pastor tho .... r i J. Q JJitlingcr. . Mr. oeytnour , ,i, ,1 from Yerycnncs to St. Albans lrt. During his wliolo lifo ho always boon remarkably iudus- . l r.......,l mill nf tlin Hma r( liith had beeoino ono of our ,;;! i, -t, most hoapitablo and cx ,Ury citizens. Of strict intogrity jlH ui.ii'h" ' i las hubits, ho bus passed away Wftfi world "like a shock of corn in". W,. take lively ploaB...

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. — 31 March 1865

4. Tl-rE VERMONT TI-AJSTSORII3T. I. Gaiutkn Bi:co3 Look out ras them Now. -Evoiy good gnrdonor should now bo lookiitg hftcl' tho seed Hint lio is to sow this spring. Q Jhp jtrtjiDit cd vnnelibJ, tho supply will probably bo much,, less thrift tho douinml, nnd oven of hoiub-growrt seeds tho stock frequently gives out by planting timo, ii8 was tho ciiso with ouion sood last year. It ia scarcnly necessary to insist upon tho inipoi tanco of good soods good not 011I3 ns beiug of a good oort or strain, but good as to their germi nating poVch Old Botids iird qfton a sourco of groat Joss and disappoint ment, nnd many nro sold cinch year which aro only lit to bo thrown into tho fire. It is especially dillictilt to procitt o til a'flist'ancd, frdm 'ltecdsAion of reputation, seeds on which 0110 can rely with confidence. .Seedsmen put up their bcvtcHj ofisped witji , a lluuiing printed label, Warranted. Freah." All very true nnd fair for tho first year; but when thoso boxes of seeds nro brought ...

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 April 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, Vol. 3. ST. ALBANS, VT., PEIBAY, A.1J"JRTL 1865. 2STb. THE TRANSCRIPT. rrnusiitn evkjiy rniDW Bv IIKNXIY A. CUTLER. tnitSIS UP SUIlSCHIPTIOTt I To thn'i' roeciviiifi tho naiw;r through tlio Tost- nir.f i.oiipbr nf.ntim. To VHlRenliflcribern rr ' .wtiff the irr liy'thc -cernior, so cent in Allium will V flmrt-wl. Fifty I'cntfl tear will hs JiddcJ-Rlicn paj-mcnl iviivci bcyoAa nix month. V . naiii'T dVontlnued until Wl nrrcaraRCH nro lil, cici'i't at 'll0 lUon of the Tubliabcr. RATES OP AiVKimsixn I Tmstii st AnvBntiatsiKM l'or Biunrd of 12 im or la f this type, for first Insertion fr et nti; f ir f ach subsequent Im-rrtipn, ccnt, i In nutnnr r 01 insertions iiuipi do in-irKcu un ,i mhirt'sw-nta, or ihcy will bo continued ,, , nrdw-l out- Transient ndvcrtliemcntH to tj- t im raj mnrmiiii win i-u j-ii-uu -m uiu ... J I Ml 1 . - . 1 . i I . .. . -in-1' t hwo mlvortiHiii? by tho year. 1 1 4l Nowis will bo inserted at 12) cents ior la' For the Vermont Traiitcriit. ...

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 April 1865

T1-I1D ViCXMOaSTT TKANSOEIPT. - Al3vil 14." THE TRANSCRIPT.. .. - . .-i-Mi. & ST. ALBANS. : l-l, 180B. .The Overthrow of (he Itcbclllon. Our rcadors lournt with great joy, imliviilnnla but for. manifesting public ly our gratitutlo t& God -for His.mor ITOVCIUS. His last week, that Richmond, Iho capital of tho bo called "confederacy," was in , our hands that Gen. Weitzel, had taken possession of it that President Lincoln was occupying the houso from which Jefferson Davis had suddonly fled ( that Gen. Shoploy was appointed military Governor for tho time being that tho transfer of tho Stato Govern ment of Virginia from Alexandria to Richmond was in progress. Gen. Leo had left for parts unknown; Jeffer son Davis was a fugitive and his cabi net had scattered ond gono no ono knew whither. All these facts gave unspenkablo joy, inasmuch as they botokened the downfall of tho rebellion and tho prospect of an early restora tion of pcaco. This .week, our dispatches in nnothor column give...

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 April 1865

TELE VERMONT TRAJSTRORIPT. Apr il 4-.. THK TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. ' Vlb " Iont-Ollloe ',,,,,,,1 on Frltlny, ARil 1 1, 180.5, from 5) i,. 12 M.. mill from 1 F II. N. DABDElt, M. toG 1'. M. tt K r - TIip glorious news of tho surren der of Loc's Army was duly celebrated mSt Albans, on tlio lOlh inst, by the firing of cannons, ringing of bells, nnd t Uicr joyous demonstrations dur m tl,fl day and tho illumination of several private residences in tlio oven- nR The news givos tlio most lively , wherever it reaches, and wo await wtb (Trent anxiety for tho account of combinations which forced Jjco to In onr advertising colmns will bo . .. i ...n i e r i r. Hi .till tlC ailVClUHUinuni. ui au iv Purcn. druggists, whoso establishment 4 will stocked witn cnoico nvucies in i . t 1.....1. Tlii vnairlnlif nnvf- tin ir Tiiio oi unui--. x" v U,t Mr Purrn, has built up a proiita- i,lc business sineo his resulcnco in bt. (Allans. - Tho new hotel at St. Albajis is progressing as rapidly ns possiblo th...

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 April 1865

4. TtlJl VJSIIMOT TKA.lSTSOniPT. 1 i 1 1 aimers' gcimrtomit. Caiik or Fiuiit Tittcs. Atniucling of fruit-grovcr,i held recently' 'nt Springficd, MaW, nn InlcrcRting dis ,cus8tpu wits, held, in whtchil vyab, Rthtod 'lhat tiry nKlics thrown inlpho limbs of n trcb in rainy weather, clears the branches of lice; that Knit, soap nnd Urino tnrido a good wash for the bod ies of trees; that swino are good ani omala to roam in an orchard, picking NltV nil r rxrwrmr frllif. 4linf rt ofiuilnl mi wvj it jt, in i iiiiivi vumw i HViiuvii ' tree is as hard to start us a stunted p animal; that in a given case trees cost ing 1G nnd 33c apieco twclvo years rOgo, set the sumo day by tho same -tnen, now showed a diflcrenco of $15 .to $20 valuo; that good strong trees 1 1-2 to 2 inches in diameter with run-,-plo roots and tops, wore tho kiiuHo pot; that cultivating an orchnrd con tinually has a tendency to drive tho ...roots down into poor soil, nnd ulti mately to cripplo it; that February nnd March wcro...

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