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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 28 April 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. 3. ST. ALJ3ANS, VT., FBTDAY, ArtTL 28, 1865. No. 50. THE TRANSCRIPT. rrnuHHED evkiiv piudav fly UliiMJ-tX J. KJKJ JLJiiJV. TKH.MS (Mi" "stlllMCHU'TIO.V I T, th.np rrrrtvliis the paper through (ho Vost .inii r S'l.oo per annum. To Village Hulwcribers r ,'u tlir paper hy tho carrier, r.o crn In ',!.!( i mfllll bpclmrmyl. r ' l '"ts a year will he added when payment ,, d, yrd heyond six montl.H , paper Uiseomiliueu .nun nil itrruarngiM are p& Jl fX' 1 pt ftt P11011 UI i inHiniirr. KVTRS OP ADVKllTISISTCJ I Tn 1-nr.xr AnvKitTisF.siESTi. I'er square of 12 ,ini'1 or It H3. Ul llli" .MM' " ...owitv.., rtnlit f"r ' i""'1 subsequent insertion, 3 cent, TU number of insertions must be marked on artisriiniit, or tliey will bo rontiriued ,lf f inlPn'U OUT . xraiinu-ui, iiuii-iunuiiiuiiin iu J . liberal mHctmiu vm uu mnuu on im' i . tlt.iast niltrnt-tiuttw? liv Mm VHnr ' - - ml...! -i-.l i int ..K..i.. f illnwing pieec of poetry, it is Htateil, was ith the late, l...

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 April 1865

O THE T1UNSCI&PT. ST. ALBANS. Ifrldny, April UN. lHOfi. By (lie President or the Milled Stales. A PROCLAMATION. Washington, April 21. Whereas, By my direction the not ing' Secretary of Stato, in u uotico to tho public on tlio 17th day of April, requested tho various religious denom inations to ns'seinblo on tho 19th of April, on tho occasion of tho obsequies of Abraham Lincoln, Into President of tho United States, and to observe 1110 saillO Willi uppi ujmuiu uuieino nies. and H7ic)' (j., Our oonnlry has become one groat Iiouro of mourning where tlio head of the family line been taken away, and behoving a special period Bhould bo assigued for again humbl ing ourselves before Almighty God in order that the bereavement may be Bineuiioct lo mo imiinn; i-sow 1'hrrrfhrr, In order to mitigate that grief on earth, which can only be assuaged by communion with Our Father in Heaven, and in compliance with the wishes of Senators and Jtep- rcsenlatives in Congress communi cated to mo by reso...

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 April 1865

c MgMMt''i-mw3j.j,a.;aaggM em il Tins VERMONT TRANSCUMPT. 1 THB TKANSORIPT. ST. ALBANS. Traiililln County Courl, April Term, IW. FmfiAV, Apr. '21. Tho vcnlid of ilio jury in Iho enso , t!, ,1 hme Stickney & Co. vs. C. AV. oiiwsU'l ft"'"! Jninca Gailor WftB llmt ,hP .Jointiffs should hold thejundin , ,,(,. ami recover $5 75 dnmnges. To! tr.nl wf tho suit Jool II. Ponso vs. D.u.amm I1. Sttbin, was thon nrgucci. , hnt tlf nrgnmiMit, tho grand jury i, 1 tnonty truo bills of indict rJ,,t ftn'l one ns not found. Among n v -is i-tic nfjainst Squire T. Tovis , .u o r,,r nililiintr Sftinuol Brcck: ..ml 'Hi' 1 o ' o i.t. ISerniott II. Young nrtd oth .. . . . 1 . . . . , nfvni naf ll unmet 9f r ni'S'Jii; iuiw" g""" mo ,r . - f. t nn assault with intont to ';; (,.;hu9 II. Huntington; anolhor T iv .f Lrasmus D. Fuller; an- A' fored under an apparently inourablo bronchial nfloction. Tho impora and crilica liavo npblogizbd for Ilia hoarso nosH, but it has long been known by his friends that ho...

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 April 1865

4-.. TI-IK! VERMONT TRA.jSTSOnTPT. April farmers Department. FnuiT PnosrrcTR.- It tnny bo inlor osllng to our renders to know tlint fruit trees in this region lmve oscnpoil the perils of winter unlmrmcil, and n over, ncrhrms. nt this fconson of the w i -i ' intiilc n law, tlmt to ovary strnnger who came to Inn court n friod fish should Ijo served. The .sei vnnts were directed to tnko notice, if, whon tho stranger had euten tho fish to tho bono on one side, ho turned it over nnd begun on tho other side. If ho did, ho wns to bo inmiodmtrly seized, nnd on tho yenr, presented n moro proniihing np- penrnnce. Jlns is 1 nriictunny iruo unrel tiny tlioioaitor Ma wns to bo put in reference to tho vniioun kinds of to dentil. But, by iv crent stretch of stone fruit. Tho protracted nutuinn ripened tho wood of tho pencil trees vory perfectly, tho buds nro in nuo con dition, and the bloom will bo most profuse. Grnpo vinos, nlso, mnko no imperial clemency, tho culprit was per mitted to utter ono w...

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. — 5 May 1865

r 1. Vol. 3. ST. yVT.J3A.jSTS, YT, MAY .5, 1SG5. ?;iSFov6(s. THE VER MONT ANSCRIPT !rp I't'iiMsin'i KVKiiy rniDAV. jiy MKN31Y. A. CUTLil?H. THIIMH IK HUHSCllIPTION I -r . il.nr rT.'lvinK tlio jiajior tliroiiRli Hip rnt ?' ' 'Jinn per annmn.' rfro MIIaro uWrib - J tin- papor by tlio carrier, no .cnl in ft i.'nv'ivnlVi vVir will bo ailueil vlion payment ' Ci,p.T ilisnnitimuMl nt.t; all arrearages are j,l cw pt at the option of the l'ubhsliur. i, .t.-s 111-1 ADVKKTISIMl .1 (4...,,rvT AntrnTwnmsTH. IVr Hqnare of 12 , , ,r loan r tills typo, for llrst itiHcrtlnn 75 rinMl f " Rul"" ''"cnt in,,cr,ion Ma Trnt nnnil" r of inn- itiima mimt Ik- marked nn . 1 1 pi itii'iitH, or wiry win in- nmiiiiimi i ,. i, r. il out. Traimii nt advirUocmeiita to , , i f. ,r in n lwiiro. - t iiini.il iliwoiint will lx mailo nn thn y All" lO (HOW UlMIIrt I'T Ml." .HW. 4b y ,n :.t will U' iinsnrtoil at 13 OfUta lcr - i . i ... 1 . ,. l.nr THE LATEST WAR NEWS. u rate p,iU-1 too ! O liolplcin! liamla 1 , u n by fr...

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. — 5 May 1865

2 Tl I K V KRMOXT TliANSCUIPT. , 4 3 THE TKANSClltPq. ST. ALBANS. ,Bjt the President of (he United A PROCLAMATION. Whrrm, It appears from evidence in tho bureau of military justico thnt tho atrocious murder of tho Into Presi dent, Abraham Lincoln, and tho at tempted assassination of lion. W. II. Seward, Secretary of Stato, woro inci ted, concortcd and procured by and between Jefferson Davis, Into of Bich riiond, Vn., Jacob Thompson, Clement C. Clay, Beverly Tucker, George N. Sanders, W. C. Cleary and other rebels and traitors against the govern mont of tho United States, harbored in Canada. Now llierrfort; To the end that justico may bo done, I, Andrew Johnson, President of tho United Stales, do offer and promiso for tho arrest of said persons, or oither of thorn, within tho limits of tho United States, so that thoy can bo brought to trial, tho fol owing rewards: Ono hundred thousand dollars for tho arrest of Jefferson Davis, twonly iivo thousand dollars for tho arrest of Clement C....

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. — 5 May 1865

rri I JO V IiHMONT TRA NSOULPT. 3 : . , , rm- XrCni"'T PrIM pointiiisaioni'V to tnko testimony TIIK aivArsoujai J..f0(miul(li nn(1 nCP(n,ii.igiy th, n. 3T. ALLANS. in NOTICE TO XTEW WEUStO. -WANTED, AT THIS OFFICE, a shod; , m hi - " ri',,'- Ac are miueeUd to ffivo notice t t)(, Kov. Mr. Fay has reigned tho m',.,, ,.f Town SuporintcTidont, nnd l't at tu rci-ncd, tho Solwtnien ea'ni'o"11'1 Ilov. air. Skinner, to superintendent, and authorized !' t. dischargo nil tlx1 duties of said until tho next town election. will, of course, govern thom- A OAXIS, liic rnidi rnip,, , ln fl,,,, fnlo" bilsluws OKI,. II 'PI . O 111 M , I. I 1-1 t . . tf -v r 1 1 T II ,,,..1...... i. domr. roller, oi niuiiu.ni, i . . n. "" m m -.i nmitrs ,v nuicy. in : - - - j i i . a. inrUinvtrt. the nointiar norm r.,nn! Mmim-al ill British North ,! M,,i,ti."".":" ll TL'.' nV "' rVllu HURHC RIHKR would rt -p.. Unity inform .i.-.--i..fMjr. "Th. pi should Is- pnpn- I Hy uthritr of tli- Secretary of the U)118Ul UOIieifll...

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. — 5 May 1865

4 TI IK VKlMONT rrRANSCUI PT. armcus' giriKtrlmrtit. , fiiSHR.-FHrnnccs for Barns UnUIc umlcrflinss. ' Tho'iiiallei- of liRlitiiii? nml bann ing houKcs by llio sun in gelling to bo , lUmlcrstobil, pnrlinlly at lonst. But the bnniH Jiavo thus far boon nog leclcd. Thcro aro very few, if any, to bo Boon tlinl nro lighted cither mifliciontly to Bccttro tho hoalth of the animals, or for llio purposoof economy. It is an exceptional thing to 11 ml glass windows of any uize opening into (ho gjjnpnrtmdnls in Which totlllo, or Bhcep, or . horses aro kept. Their place is , supplied, ho far as it in supplied at nil, j by woodon doora, turning on hinges' or sliding. These aro opened on ple'asifut days, and they lot in a little air, but scarcely the sunlight. When the weather is cold they havo to bo .flint, and thus the light and wniijitii arii Kept out whon they aro most needed. Farmers havo tried to romody tho evil, ns far as thoy might, by limiting their yards open towards the south, with sunn...

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. — 12 May 1865

i j 1 1 .i J - T " - THE VERMON TRANSCRIPT. mo il T, .ccc tor .1. r ,'Wl IlllBk it I v - 1 i Vol. 2. . THK TIUSTSqRIPjr. rrnMSHEP uvmtv ninuv Uy JIIONJIV A. CUTLER. tijioh or suimcitiiTi).v i I ,, iIiok.' ron iviiiR llio mper tlitotigli Uin ToHt (1a. , vj.OOpor Minimi. To Village Htilwrlltem rr'.iunir tlio pppr I'y'1'6 carrier, so cent, in II ., mull 1u-clmr.Hl. i,i ( ' ni a vciir will be atlilcil wlion payment , ,, i;,,,) Im noihIkIx mntitlm. , i. iiii r ilim'itiiuiiuuu uiuu itu mit'iiiiiu(i uii ! l, t at the option of the l'lililinlnr. i .u 1 llATI-JS or nVKUTISIXCI I Ti n-ii st AnvEBTidRMUNTfi. IVrwiunrcof 12 , ,h nt thin Ivpo, for (Irst iwwrtloli TB ,,! r..r aeh sultdoqueiit lnwrtion, SM crn, I inmilwr of insertion imit lm ratrhnl on , i, , i tin im ntB, or they will lw continued ,i..l""i. Trannipnt advcrtUmnmiU to , , 'li m ndviueo. ',- K lil'.r.il dtwminl will be made on the ni - to thiiia ndrwtlnlnj ly the year, i , u Vuii'i:s will bo inwrteil nt l'-il cents por J-'or Ihe Yrr...

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. — 12 May 1865

2 this vkr: TIIANSOR 1 FT. Mm V mil ,. I: ,''ii "J ) lift fv 4 J! ( . Rl." I- '4 ill TOT phe transcript: ST. ALBANS, g Frltluy, Mjiy la. T 1ROR.I -sir N Our Nntlonaltrciigth. J -"Notwithstanding tho sudden fall of iho President of tho United Stntcs by "tho hnnd of nn ossassin, Hint event .Ims produced no tumult or confusion. Such nn occurrcnco in Europe would havo been followed by riot nnd blood shed. Hero, although in a stato of civil war nnd with hnlf a million of insurgents ngninst tho Qovernmont when tho murder of our beloved President took plnco, ovcrything has gone on without tho slightest inter ruption. Tho Vico President, upon being officially notified of tho end ercnt by which presidential rospon fiibilities doTolvcd upon him, nt onco takes the requisite oath of offico nnd enters upon tho dischnrgo of his sol omn duties; no jar in tho machinery no stoppngo, oven. Every thing is done dccentlv and in order. Tho general nnd locnl governments have - gono on steadily, notwithsta...

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. — 12 May 1865

,712dy 12. THE VIjIRMOISH NTSCRIPT. If '7 !tV' 3 iCCCS tf Db.tnil' 1 WM- . ,T0 thil- euiitlei!i ime f" irco 1 by Gen. , fish, veg- cn in ll! ,-cnty rcr Boston. i,i forts of u tbo lej of tuebt? ia bo Fe" 100 for the placed ing to th ST. ALBANS, vritiny. iy i iHtj. Wc trust tlmt it is unnecessary to remind our renders that the lecture by tho ltov. Ii II. Chnpin, D. D., of Now York citj, will bo pronounced this (Thurmlny,) evening til Academy Hull. Those who fail to attend will deprive thoinsolvefl (if n, grout Htornry fount, ns Dr. Chnpin is ono of tho best lecturers intlio country. Thd Vi'cw hotel nt St. Albnns, of which L. Nowcomb, Esq., in architect, ft progressing finoly, notwithstanding Sundry impediments. "When finished, it will, probably, be occupied by Messrs. ,1'nrk and Fish, of 13oston, gontloineu who lmvo, it is said, proved beyond a reasonable doubt nt Boston and New port, It- I-, that thdy know how to fecopa first-class hotel. The playing of baso ball on Sunday on the Gre...

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. — 12 May 1865

4 TFITG OTT TRANSOKIPT. - - - t -T 1 ; J 1 anncrg' gcimrfmcnt. Farm Work Tor Mny. Having begun tho work in season, it is chenper ruxl moro oconomicnl in ' tho end to do it uvll. Especially is this llio case in plowing nnd in the other labor of preparing the soil for tho crop. A field poorly plowed re mains n source of vexation and dolay through tho entire summer. Grass and weeds crow moro abundantly. working between tho rows and booing nro slower and harder, and tho crop nt harvesting is lightor than it would have been had tho plowing been thorough, and all balks and borders turned over with tho spade. And so with manure. Tho moro thoroughly it is composted, and tho finer it is made, tho moro crop it will bring, and tho less labor thoro will bo in applying it. It will bocomo solublo quicker, and in a fitting con dition to bo taken up by tho plants, than it possibly can if left in lumps in a crudo condition. These two points form tho founda tion of farm work for May. If carefully att...

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. — 19 May 1865

THE VERMON T TRANSCRIPT Vol. 2. THK TRANSCRIPT. ri-BMSHKt) Kvruy rmiiAY ..vtijv a nU'PT.ir'.T? iu- J U' J v Ir -....ms ok simscuii'Tiox i r .hi,., Reiving the paper through Uio I'ost T ri Miner annum. To Milage mibscribers f, , !"e paper by tho carrier, 00 cent, in " '!. "! n its a v'ar ill bo aiMciWlicn payment 1 r, . . - ..'..1 ... mnntlm. ar,.,i i i ,ii ,,,., , ' W ..,..,.. ,,ftlir. , lit ai "i " - itvrns AiivniiTisixcn , ; pu:i.TiMr.MEsm-rcr .iiiarooM2 l fni . ! HubPcaiielit inttcrtinn, 5 rrnf, re11" . i. .... 1 r T mHni"n must u iiiiuhi-uiiii ,tirm nt, or thry -will 1k eontimind i Traiwipnl mlvi-rtiementfl to " t'u.Mr advrrtiinuR uyinp year. Heavfen is Gained by Aotion. B J. IlilMIlEn, JR. I. i , ( i , -cl. nlm fittest nbmo tunnrtaiK cplicre of em ami wop, ,' . i ti r in uiieniling Ixive , , i,, , i,ri at King, I hunibly bow I , , ., ml 111 v quiek'nmg ibiro ' , . art Thy truths to now ; t.a. li niv wil Thy jvay to trooJ, m "rm pathway ahett I it. , tu niv heart Thy truths to l...

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. — 19 May 1865

I. 2 TTiK V EkiMONT T R ANSO R1PT. THE TRANSCRIPT. "-7 lhi; l ?" " "iU' of(i h:r ; boots and fill, hanging on n'aottr apple , Luristlaii Goru 3T. ALBANS. the w-ik which tlic Commission 1ms performed will bo recti to bo th most extensive wish to take thi) i) 'il i.mce In'- Stall- "f New Yolk, and tho Hon. John fore the cr'iture f llnhiin nl, are to Hose of Canada, on tho part of the Lh,tcst News. 31 Washimiton, May lo. J'fay 1). k11..,Li it.- fan .1: iv'iiimvii im (Mill villCCUV c,l 'i 1 j Pritoliiud having fresher iUl),.( ed down t no Ocniulgee t v.!, OW!ll,l H Tho assassination trial is this morn- j woll and thonco by ll0USc t ' The Fliclii anil Capture or Jefferson llavls. Until vory recently tho oxact locality whero tho "fugitivo bolligoroul," Jif- ..! f t' 1 lit lorson ;avis "laio oi uiennmim, nf Ki(.imoll(1 , ,olll(1 LllI.I1(, might bo found, was not definitcl) , ftIlJ ita WlM.kcnml Twm K.f, ns a JP. known. Ho was flying, howovr, it. ; ,110lllt, of tho rf.bUUm which nit 1 . i 1...

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. — 19 May 1865

TELE MRTs LOjSTT rrRANSCRTPT. 3 " ST. ALBANSf ( Tlcv. r .Clmpin's Lecture. On tho owning of May 11th, llov. r jr. Clmpin, D. D., of Now York ritv ' ilolivorod an intoroflllng leotur6 nt Kwhmi' Holl, St. Albans, entitled tll0 old mid tho new." Dr. Chapin was introducod to tho nudiouco by tho 1!eT J. 0. Skinner, and proceeded to discus tho subject of his discourse as 'related to science, history and tho life of tho prosont American nation. " Dr. rt,.nin nointed out tho working of the l:lfffi of ovoluton and gradual growth daimiilg that tuo uioory no Hottgnu to establish precluded tho bolief of v guch dootrino as that of ohanci or i..,;nl nr nhvsicn iinnrssitv. ' mere mw""1'" i v , " ,ut rather compelled belief in a higher a or Intelligent PrOVidfnoo workiny , n 1 m and through nil. " Win, Dr. Oliapin combattod tlm i ,iJrv that nations, Hko individuals, ! necessity had tlioir tinio ot yonin. hood, old age and dentil. Dr. i rami" win compared tho prosont dovelop- . mm "I 11 iit of the i...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 19 May 1865

4z TI-OQ VEEMONT TKA.3STSOKIPT. Mi W 3 9. farmer?' Snrartmnit. Hints to Farmers. T onrls nro llio very boat protection of cabbngo ngftinst Hco. Pcnra nro grenlly improved by graft ing on the mountain asli. Sulphur 5b vnlunble in protecting grapes from insects. Lnrd novcr spoils in hot weather, if ' cooked enough in trying out. In feeding with corn, Bixly pounds ground goes as far as one hundrod iu tho kernel. Corn meal should ncvor bo ground fine. It injuros its richness. Turnips of small size havo double the nutritious matter that larger ones have. Rutrt baga is tho only root thnl increases its nutriment ns it increases in size. Sweet olivo oil is a certnin euro for the bito of a rattlesnake. Apply in tornally and oxtornally. Money skilfully expended in drying land by draining, and otherwise, will bo returned with simplo intercut. To euro scratches on horses, wash tho legs with sonp suds nnd then brino. Two applications will euro in tho worst cases. Timber cut in tho spring and exp...

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. — 26 May 1865

THE .'Pi ST. AiTJ 3 AjSTR, VT., 1BJ"13A.Y, MAY k26, 18G5. Vol. k3. VERMONT nip a nnp T MrP 1 TIIK fllANSOBIPT. j n : n uva. cuTLKr, ,.., OF st'lllCKll'TIOS ' , , tlir iJ tlir...ili UwlW- ',' ,,.,, r by Hie carrier, 00 emit In 11 .' ''r'iTil'lx ail'lrdwlicii pnymfflit ,' n n .n.l nix ni"nlli. l, .ptmucil until nil sriirgwi nro ' . ' lt tin ..iiti'iu f "if l'liMmhiT. AU JCUTIN1NO 1 lion to tho losliinoiiy. 116 lislonH First on the right of the lino Ifc-Da-wilh mnnifdal impatience to the odon- vid 0. Harold, who fled with Booth sionally interposed objections of the through Maryland mid wan trapped prisoners' counsol, nnd invariably! with him in the barn at Garrett's, ovorrulos tlinm as quickly nnd gruflly Harold in a Binall follow, of diminutive aa ho would order a battery forward i features and a decidedly meau nnd in the crisis of a losing battlo. On eontcmptiblo cast of countenance, tho right of tho president sit Oen. ! Judging from his ainearattee. one hew Wallace, who earned much ...

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. — 26 May 1865

rO 1 --as-. THE TIIANSCEXPT. ST. ALBANS. Slav i!U i son. n sOldior ns ho saluted the reviewing parly thought, with a throbbing heart, .Tl-IIO VJliWONT The Policy of ilicAdmlnlslralioii. I ' sketch of. ell". Dai Is. the TUANSORLPT. Grand Hcvlcw.it WnMiIngfon. The following nro fecial orders, nVMD-I Infract six from tho Adju tant denornl's Office, Washington, un der date of' Mny 18, 1805: A rdVSow with mnrching (tain to of the Army of tho Potomac, tho Army of lift Toniicssco, tho Army of Georgia' and Gon. Sheridan's cnvnlry will take plncb on Tousdny and "Wednesday, tho 2.1d and 21th inst. On Tuesday, the 2nd inst, will bp ro vicwed the Army of the Potomac, Gen. Sheridan's cavalry, and tho Ninth Corps, nil under the command of Ma-jor-Gcnoral George G. Meade, com manding tho Army of tho Potomac. On Wednesday, the 21th inst., will I ho roviowod tho Army of the Teuncs- soo, MajorGonoral 0 0. Howard com- mantling, and tho Army of Georgia, Mnjor-Gonoral II. "V. Slocum com manding; tho whol...

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. — 26 May 1865

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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. — 26 May 1865

TI-IJiI VPTRMONrr rrHATSTSCI.I.PT. May Selecting Secd Corn. "When sloftVoni lias not bdon snved in niilumn, it fliioulii bo ucloctoil from iho crib with much enrc. Choose tho long ciiiBwith lni'go kernel mid sinall cob. Lot every enr bo broken in two, before shelling. If tho pith nnil cob bo bright, tho need will vugotnto; but if thoy, nnpcnr to have, boan wiUci' BOnked ' nnd nro dark-colored nnd Komowlmt mouldy, tho vitality of the gorms has boon injured, if not ontiro ly destroyed. Then with nn nxo cut off rin inch of tho top end of the enrs selected, nnd nil the regular komels nt tho lnrgo ond. They enn be cut on" quicker Ihnn tihelled ofl'. Tho small kernels at tho tip. and irregular ones on tho butt of the oar will not produce as much, nor ns handsome griin ns thoso that grow in tho middle of the cob. By continuing to plant the sinall kernels of tho little ond of ears, for a few years in succesbion, tho ears will be Ehortor, nndthokernelsflmall; and the irregular onas of tho bu...

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