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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 2 June 1865

THE O AM AX Trii 13 T UrP JCJJUlVJLLrN -1 J.liXJL.i.l kls I Vol. k3. HT. AT.nATSTH, VT., ;K'RJI3AV, J t ; X Ii 1S(55. jSTo. 64-. ., ,. i-;i!l.l 11VKI1V l'MIUY. .... i,.,taf-lZTI'-rilli I . ,rit Ui( (Miner lliroORh thePnut- II" . oui ' r .'"num. , 1 VUUw uJMenl.;H , !. r l'A die irii. r, SOrcnU n, i 1 1 i lureo'l. ... ,. , v, :ir will If Uidmn payment ,,1 mnntlix. ' i ,,tirinc'.1 until all nrrcarnfff" are ', ,, t. ,,tiiii c.rtlm l'nblisluir. 0piTvKKTlSI innuiwir".- ivrqnnn.r 12 ,f linn tvpi. f'T HrKl iiiHortinn 7.1 ' i -uli karut i'i'"','ti"n. '4!i ,"",, lug; becnuB, although I may be us'eop, ' which they wull.od, It was riid.-r.t lliaf ' windots-sich. mid was tin u m , till, I shall hour his approach, and , thoy worn cilli. r .ul1.,ut tdioos or had to this kcv. Under the k I nan then make my arrangements to welcome him." Although wo were not desirous of having our house robbed, yet we wih-: wni an n-jn mA od much that our friend's confidence, i only with a i.svord; n w.apou, how i k...

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 June 1865

TI-I.M V E)IM.OTT TIUNSOlilPT. V2. Tl-Dj TRANSCRIPT. vsrr': ...L.. . ' December 8th, A. D. ST. ALBANS. iri'Winv. .ititio a, iMon. t'MOV STATU tOWKVI'lON. Tlio Fret-men cf Uir Stnlr f iiuinl wl.t, would Mipport tlie Adminif (ration nf Andrew .101111011, aim mi in re-eenm. inning mo i mk i.h i of allegiance to Hip government of tins I United States, since Iho dato of said I proclamation, and who littvo not thoiw o- iloMVurd Jit j-t find imiii.taim d tho i same inviolate: V.n .', t li.it special j limy application lie ui-i 1c ti) the Piesi lent for pardon ly nny person he long- s vinciftinntion nf , ciioKcn in jMijy, iai. akiib, lo(i:, or nil oath st. Albans: Roderick Richardson. Montpolior, E. N. Briggs, Brandon and Oeorge R. Chapman, Woodstock . ml the following were substitutes for Hie hiv deputies: Mof..'1'fl V. At wood, Riithority.mil (Itnretutni-nt nvrr nil tlio Vniti-il . imr to the excepted classes, find mich Stales anil 'IVrrltoritis of tho VmW States, up. , ,,n,nnni,v ,. ,11 ...

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 June 1865

Til K VJLiJljMON T a1 UA N WC I i PT. 8 June - " " sT. ALBANS, v!o finticillute our publication i v in ortlor to obsorvo tlm time net j t by rrositlent Johnson "when ail T U bo orrnjucd at the samo in con LLlutiou of tbo virtues mid sorrow firtlo siiddnn and violent end" of Abraham Lincoln, Into Prcriclniil of t'. Vnitcd States. All the churrhfiB of St. Albans will b0 open for luorniiiff prnynr at lmlf ,m4 nine o'clock. Tho public oration and elegy wow dobverod ar, hereto fore announond, by Rev. J- ( Skinner (im1 Mr. J- S. D. Taylor at 10 1-2 . clock, A. JI. . . 1 Cl i1t.- . -llr-v. ! W. IMji'in, munua, IN MEMORIAL!. At n called mi ctlnu: of 1'ratiklln Iidge. No. 4 held nt Masonic Hall, St. Albans, nil tin- evening and medicine. H-.w mnnv time o sec a. hm-sr. 0 A HORSE IS LIKE A MAM." Ati.l liko n man, if ha I overworked, need eare if Mar Hi. IKftV the fi.llovvine resolutions ro. ported by Ocorge F. Houghton, Esq., on behalf of a Coniinttto duly appointed, wore unanimous ly adopted:...

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 June 1865

tJ toes. TELIS V KRMOK rr T Ii A N SCIIIIT. eJ U 11(3 2. .fcH.Tt.VIM.1,1 hi Li In 4 i 1 im. gjrparfmrut. Maxaokmbnt nr "Working Oxkn. It i'k not bo much lmnl labor Unit bonis oxqii nml irmkoa thoin loll in wnrm vcfitlior, an the ill treatment of rough mid abUBiVo drivers. Treat thoin With gontlonoss when ut work; footl Ihcm woll nnd regularly throo times a ilny, withoftlEhtfy nnd straw wot with wa ter, spriuklod with oat and Indian cm n inonl, at loaat twolvo quarts, besides bouig roots daily; lot thotn have oloan clean ftfator ' as often ad they are fed, and not requiro thorn to drink that which ,5s impure, or btagnant; give th'o'iri at lSrist 'tWo hours after feeding to chow llio cud and rest, nnd the, will perforin a vast amount of hard work, and increase in flesh at tho saint time, artd will usually bo found more convenient for many purposes than horses.. JLot it bo reiterated that it u. not the hard labor that oxen perform that exhausts their onorgios. Oxen wcro made for hard s...

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. — 9 June 1865

MONT TRANSCRIPT., -L JL ) .;!JY ST. ALBAjSTS, yT., FEIDAY, JUNIUS), 1865. Vol. IT13 TEANSUltlr l T ;. ;SIIB1 fiVKIlY HtlDAY vrt.v A. OUTIiKH. Ti itMS OF SfllSCiui-rniM i , , annum. To Village aliliscrlbern r I v tuo earner, . in 1 !l'tt 'I. , v..ar will 1'C aililmiwlini payment , ml m months. . nitiini'-il until Ml nm araj(e arc t tin- upturn of tin- 1'ulilinlicr. from his forohoad, ho paused in tho middle of a smnll opon field covered with long grass and flowers, placed his koltlo on tho ground, nnd throw himsolf down nour tho veaiol. line tiek fit tho samo moment, and up! lite that may yet enslave his patients'? wont both rilles again. One of tho moil omtnfcnt Vivilinns in "Bring I" from Tom's muakot, and j our land, whom strong drink has de nt tho sumo moment tho robol felt tho stroyod, fell into fatal intomp' vine-; ballot pass through his coat-slcovo. i under n. mWlteal nrttsarintion. Aft i- n "Arogular wild gooso cliaaol bo slightly grazing his wrist. His own ' sevoro illncns ...

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. — 9 June 1865

4 2 T 1 1 U V.fi KM ON r.r T UANBOB1PT 'Jill if. r TB3S TRANSCRIPT. . ST. ALBANS. lcVlelnv. .Turn O. 18()r. Mm lAtnlAUnti ftw it. tt ill 1nfw1 nt1 In ! denth unci disappointment. Your oncofl for candidates for the important offices vrn huvn tinmml. Thlu iirrtlVip. once will l,o indicated in due time, and ; f jpn '"I '1h J-0" ?" !ac"; ,witU .... , , ,, . ,' , 1 tho full belief that as in war you havo ' been pood foWIh 'I'm, no m poaco yon tors are duly ventilated through the will make good citizens; and if Uhfor- i!.mon statu co.vvisxTiuN. public press, hucli ventilation torn Ih . tunntely new war suouui .u-iae in our Tlia l'rceimm of tlio Slate ir Yeiinont who in K...nl, nil country. "Sherman s Army will bo the wonlil Mntwrttlir Adiiilntstratinn of Amliwl . ......... . first to buckle on tlio old minor and .inmifon, ami nui in rc-o?ianiimnK uio i'ihutbi cnuies ou political amies, puis iiiuiioihi ., . i . i 1 i .i,. Authority ami tlovernnieiit over TI tlie Unitwl .... ., , . , ... . ...

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. — 9 June 1865

I or June H." ,3 THE .TRANSOKiT. ST. ALBANS. - " r yj f . ' . IrMlnV,' tTm 1,.THO."s In pmsiiancd nf llio iocomineiuln ti,tn of tho ProMidont of tho United .Slntcs, Thursday, tho first day of Juno, wns suitnbly comiuoinointod in St. Al bnns. Appropvinlo roligioitB iionMeoa -vero held nt tho Hpiscopal. Congrogri tlonal, nud Roman Cotliolic' churdios, nftcr which a woll-ordorod procession, consisting of tho military of tho PoBt, composing tho cavalry and infantry, the Masonic Fraternity and a small "but Rrlect body of citizens, wrtB formed 'nder tho oyo of Major Joscpli Grout, Jr., aided by Messrs. Bingham and Oilman, which escorting tho Orator nnd Poet and President of the day, went to tho front of Aritiloniy Hull where it halted. It being apparont that the capacity of that ill-ventilated upper room was too small for the ac commodation of the large coIicoutko in nttendanec, tho Oongrogatioual moot-mg-hnusc was courteously opened. ,U no other timo mnce Iho occasions when the Rev. J. J...

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. — 9 June 1865

t TI-I K VERMONT TBA-lSTSOlll PT. v. 8U .farmers' gfpnrtmrnt. (Jnrdcn Vegetables. At tho lalo nnmial mooting of Ibo Mars. Stnto Board of Agricultnro fit Boston, Mr. Lathrop of South Hnilloy, ..presiding, n report was presented by tho dolgnte from tho Hrunpshirc.Frnnk- lin nnd Hntupdon Society, which is noticed ns follows by tho Ploughman : On Friday Mr. Huntington, of Hndlcy, presented tho report of tho committee, on Boot Crops nnd Gnrden Vegetables. , This wns nn oluborato nnd exceedingly well considered essay devoted chiefly to tlint division of tho Bubjcct rclnting to Gnrdon Vegetables. Among tho requisites to success in this branch of industry, a wnrin, quick soil was mentioned as one of tho most important; abundant manuring, anoth er, well rotted barn yard manure being the most desirable, then cultivation, and on this turns often success or fail ure. Experience here iB an invaluable guide. Tho culture-of onioiiBwaa treated of in detail, practical information on this important c...

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. — 16 June 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT Vol. 0: ST. VT, 13A.JSTS, YT, FETDAY, JU2ST1D 16, 1S65. jTo. GG. T10 TRANSCRIPT. ruirjsiiKi) KVEiiy j'uiday 3?v -rElltlS OF SLUHdltll'TlON I ,1,,,,, r. ,-rlvimt tlio pntioi tliroiiRli tlto l'oat- tin uai" r l,v '10 carnui, i...- m Twl)' AMm payment V'.t..(1 bf y.iml fix months, "i nn. r dVi-ntintied until nil nrrenrnKefi aro pa S&pt t the upUnnof tho l'ubll.hor. jtVTKS OF AOVKUTISIVUJ t.hmifnt U.VFtiTisEMEKTM.-IVr Kqunrc of 12 . "Ti ,.f this tvpo.fnr first iiifurtion 7 TnVi f.r t'. ubm .'pient insertion, rr.iK, ' ti . unit', r "f inwrliimu must lie marked nn til nr tltev will I orttitiniiml ntll ""1'' r' 11 Xrailfiem lliiiuriiiwnieiiirc i .j- K hliiral bonnt will 1 matlo line- on Iho . iiinno nilrprtislnt.' liv tho yetir. N.iti. ia will be inserted at 12 cents per J'ttrthc Vermont Traitgrrlft. ADDRESS TO PAROLED DAN VILLE PRISONERS. 1 OKinlK DK WOIlEB. .lr.-am of plenty an a Datlrillo marching Kith his nm greeting mother, (4- South- f 1 ,jti ra all' around...

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. — 16 June 1865

f I 1 I -0 1 jf An 2 r iuue m. THIS TRAtfSClUPT. ST. ALBANS. FrliliiA-. .Iiiiii; 1, 1NU5. ttMIW BTATH COXVKVriOX. Tlio Firemen of the Htnto of .Vermont who would support tho Adminlntrntion of Andrew Jolinwm, ami aid In ro-ratMiliine tlio Vodcrnl Authority and Government over nil the United Utes nnd Territories of the United Htnton, up on the enduring haeia of universal freedom, are herehr requested to meet nt JIONTTKMUU, on WKDK'ESIJAV, TUN 2STH DAY OFJUNB next, t 11 o'clock A. M., to immominnto catididati-n for Governor, IJeutennnt Governor, nnd Troas uror, to be Mipportcd nt tho rnsuliit; election. rrniiklin County Sunday Union. .-ft. V-.-JL; . rjS - t - -.-a School JOHN Vt. KTnWAHT, stoddaru n. comiv, LEVKURrr U. ENCII.KSF1Y, DUDLEY C. D1JNI80N', JONATHAN ROSS, HKNRY CLARK, OEOROn WILKINS, Stalo Committee, STATU CUXVKXTIOX. Tlio 'Democrats of tho Stato of Vermont nro reqncHtcd to meet In Convention nt HURLING TON, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 18f.5, nt 10 o.elock A. M., to nominate candidat...

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. — 16 June 1865

4 ? ,Juiu 1 w j Hi TlUNSOlUFr. ST. ALBANS. ,.,,,1,,,, '.L- , ,nir pnsoiit'i's nnw. confined in si" VlhaiiH jail, attempted to cs ..nSuiwInylnst by sawing ofY tho un,l,,v-bnrfl. xnvj luiuiiipu ,i ... ! n -..-l 1 ,-i 1 by one"111 ohuijiiuh iuin it t I. I, tnul uf llczckinli Puyno will 1 1, (lt St. Albans, on TuoEilny, '.in ,.i n eneciiil torm of tlio . Mnfi I si I lit I'n.uut of VcrgcnncB, presiding A c shall endeavor to givo a ' lU.l reliable report of tliis.nmrdor ' m l persons desiring such a ro . invtti mIIo send thoir ordora ikf(us f Ibo TiuNscmiT as , , I, nt an early day, as only a .. 1 , htion beyond Ibo regular ie ,l printed. Vc boluvo that term of Court is tlio mm ; f .r forty years or more. mi-i tin- original and Bploctod our outer pages this 'ii i"t be overlooked. Tho ar ,t.i, i "St. Alfoiifo's Angol" flnnnnntrv .jiiiui. iuin u. K iifTi'iid those "steam li ll IIS IH1UUII luuou niuiui 11 V.....1 il...n.. fr,4nn.it r inward whom some gen s.s are directed. Our cor- van 4 1 v ...

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. — 16 June 1865

4: TMJW VJilJUMONT TKANSCK I PT. farmers gqiiulmcnt. CnlturcofUic Strnwbcrry. The ground dcsiffiicct for the straw berry bed hliould bo plowed or npndctl tus jdeep tiH toolu enn well uitiko it. If tlio coil is light and thin, n thick cont of swamp muck or tm.rtiu.lly decom posed leaves, with lenched or un loachcd nshes, will bo fma to turn un der. After the ground is pulvciized and levelled, rntuk it off into rows two feet npnrt. Now plant eight rows of Hovey's Seedling nnd Enrly Scarlet, two fcr.l apart in the row, and bo con tinue UftUl thu bed is finished. Wo apeak particularly of these two varie ties, and wo should consider it labor lost to cultivate a variety which only gives ftviit three or four weeks in tho ewaratt. And we have novor found a fier fruit, in point of sizo and flavor, than tho Hovoy, nnd nouo finer fla vored than tho Early Scarlet Care should bo taken that tho plants aro pnt into tho ground just as they catno out of it that is, with all, their lator hls spreadin...

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. — 23 June 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT: 1.UT MKT Vol. :3. THE TRANSCRIPT. 1JV J-fliNllVJV. CUTLER. WltMS o-" sciisciuption I Tn Ihnw nccbtofi Uio paper tlirouSh tlio Post 1 iM p Milium. To VIHaro miliHcrllicrH idnVWVv" I Uio carrier, no ce n ' rmxVnVrom bo ml.lc.l when pajrincnt akixvA bovonil sit motitliK. JincontinniMl until alt arroaraBca arc ru?, cJrcl't at tho i.ltonof tho IMMUhor. It.lTBS Ol' AllVKUTISINU I -mx.trYr AnvEnTlsrcMF.NTS. lVr Hqiiarc of 12 i if'.rS of tliin type, for first insertion 73 i'lM f .r each Mlliscqucnt insertion, 'M crnt., rt,, number of Insertions must bo marked on Jtf e lements, or tl.oy wl I bo continued ; onlered out. Transient advertisements to V! aid for advance. ,r k liberal discount will bo mado on tho .hvV rates to those - advertising by tho year. Twit. Xoticbi l bo inserted nt 12J cents per line ST. AiLTSAJSTS, VT., FRIDAY, JITTltl 28, 1865. BOB For the Vermont Transcript. SMITH OF CO. A. nv . a. w. It wis lmnm anil manrv, nor uunniru hp oiio ("eat di d whi' h ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 23 June 1865

FIN THE TKANSdSlET. ST. ALBANS! JPrtrtny. VTuiio a;it is5.. - OflO.X STATU CO.VVHNTION. Tlie Acftnon of tho Slide of Vermont who would nupport iho Administration of Andrew jonnaon, ana Mil in re-cstnimsiiinR tne rouprnl iixi'UUA'U GnoWfl Pt,WTu the ; Balchilder, Bttal, HopMns and Merit's 'oiinmr nf fSHO 'iinntiln nitlir&nt,i.;lff nf. ' lli(llDI'l1lntl mill DfimlfllT. fHl(l Will I O 'uu'u wiiiuiuuwui our . - - - - c ' , tliiiLNin Viitnlnnfl. Now frtU ' Unanimously adapted, 1 xr.-sr"9r.z 1 f f v T f , i' I" Hio Bishop's address special coin-i " , T most of tho Northern Slalos, especial v ,n,i; xJutnAutinw tUn.un.ti ,,nBP llc Mnl XT nil J WOlHlllUon WAS llOBtOUOU Upon tllO-flUC- pll.tffl;,,,,, t st. Allinii. New-England. It wrtff ff trUCk of vn!- nf Mm lnhni-a nf Hoy. Mr. limit nil - gin soil embracing somo i raitKllfi uouwy t-oiiri, W"s i s.,r. i,.i 'ivi-.i--.!tmc-. IPOIt. K J. VXUAZ. Or HB35BKIAII PAYire, I vcwlon Bislion. Mtiiilrr of Hlltiin .1. I Wr.IlNESIlAV. .Tlltlfi 21. fl. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 23 June 1865

e 533. - jii ST. ALBANS. . -- fOfvrv VMIK I'OSVHV- HON. Crmnivof Irn?il1iti, who Itiixnmtioit or A-turew M." M!l.HU.. r.-ea ..uinliliMliinir (lin lYdeial J"ZT, t n I Oovrrnmrnt over nil the States 1,W!iiiSritBt.f the l'iitol StatOfi, Upon the .ndunug ' t.lliv,.11ti(m, nt Sheldon, on 'I'1""- iMf HwcrtTl., oit 'nmrWlBy. the fit i ll ".'.; . ... t 1 1 o olocki A. M.. to noini- l! ,,",V.i.-r..r CninU OnicitM. to bo sui- nt Wi?;:,iii,c oloction. t.ni "3!V vg p. CAKPHNTHU, County Commltoo. A ji. imowN, iMAN HUNT HUM ,u.fi is. 1SB5' -The Union County Convention f this County will be liolil nt Sholtlou l'ck Julv fill), 1805. "Wo unflor- -.mi thftt tlic Cortvuimoii -mil una t at the school-uouso on mo w est in of this t rccK, mm n uio nouso .i i in M'H' i prove rcs ton RuiMl to wa;mniuuuu.iu Ji. I'tiufT Honso nertr by will bo m i'ailir.e for Uc vtfso of tho ConVcn t; ,n The Convention will midonbtcd i be largely nttoiidoct, and wo tiro ..ii -r. l. 11 .... f, hum tnni 411. ohuk win, E1.il !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. — 23 June 1865

4t- Tl-JLIO YJORMONT TttAjsSTSCItlPT. June , . tfarmn'j5 Sciinvtmcnt. Makino Hay. Clover hny cut nt tlio pcrioil of iiiflorcficenco, nml thorough ly mndo, Imb been found by repeated exporinicnlB, (o loso about four-fifths of its weight in "making." "When tho flower hnd fallen nnd tho slnlks have lost somo of their moisture, tho loss in drying is throo-qunrtors of tho weight of tho crop when cut; probably n fair average whoro tho grass is in tho state of advancement last indicated, nnd tho labor of making is performed with a frco exposure to the sun and air, one hundred pounds will bo reduced to twenty-one. Clover, in all its varie ties, is a valuablo product, and one of tho best grasses for hay, if mixed with tho latter kinds, we havo for cattle. It is sapid, highly nutritive in its pro perties, nnd agrees well with all des criptions of animals. Its value, how ever, for feeding purposes, depends, in nn eminent degree, upon tho method of curing it. Clover should be cut as soon as 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. — 30 June 1865

VERM PTi 1 PT f Vol. 2. THE ON TRANS CR TJIK TRANSCRIPT. Tirr. on rtBMsiiEi) i:vi:iiy rutiUY IKN11V A. C UTLl'Vl 1 . TlillMS Oil" 8UH!.CItIlTIOX I T , limn reirivina mu i"'L'ul. m"'b f Jlu 1 1 . . .... . im 'P. Vlll, rtrt MHwnluiVH 13y ., ' . ..... 1... tl.t tXifHni fill ........ l ;,l,H,nill bclwrK;-d. nrtv cvntH n irpaf will lo added ulion payment i, (,l.iv. ,1 lirvoml fix mntitliH. nil), r ilHrnntimicil until all arrearages arc hai I ' I'-' T1 nt ,l10 "l1'011 "f tll l'ulislior. ItVTKS Ol'' AHVKUTISINO I 1, !,n st Dvr.nTiscMENTs. ror(itnrenf 12 , !, m. of UiH type, tdr first liwrtimi 73 mill I f 1 nlMinpnt insertion, "45 rn., Tin- i.ntiin, r in lnarriiuim iiihji ihj nmri,ni on H .1 .La rVTi '1 "Ut. TratiHlent Morrison wns niiot wns firod by Romo j llio 19th October Inst I was nt St, Al- bnns, nt tho Unio of tho raid, snw n . number of men armed with pistols, on horseback, 15 or 20 in number. I snw I thom getting on their horses nt Drain-"' j . . N 'TH r.s will bo inserted at 12) r...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 30 June 1865

o FT II. Young fired three shots. Mr. Mor rison paid, "they've shot mo through tho wxry. I turned nrotinu nnu saw him htcppiuu or reeling from Miss "Bcnttic'a shop steps. I caught hold of lum on one aide, nnd Mr. nson on tlio other. I Imllooed, "they've shot Morrison get a doctor." Wo then went into Dutcher' bck room, nnd laid him on a bed. Dr. Sherman soon cniria in, and I Uft him thcro and went from tho storo; I wont over to the stable to sco how many horses woro taken. I should Bay there were twenty or twenty-ono men in tho streot at the timo that Morrison was shot. I did not count them nt tho timo but ascertained their number by tho horses that were taken. Bennett II. Young rodo a government black horse that was kept at the American House. They took seven liorsos from our sta ble. Thcv went out of town to tho northward". This whole matter occu pied somo twenty minutes. I wont in to Canada afterwards and recognized Bennett II. Young. Crofs-cxamincd by Mr. llailey. It was, I think...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 30 June 1865

--n 30. June Ill THE ( TRANSOKjyT. " ST. ALBANS. KHAMtMN OV$s t'v,ov tovvl!V- Th frctnm v m1? n,r, IVnnkHn, .1 miPiMirt tho Administration of Andrew ii riv and Government dvar all tlic States n,1iTntoncsf the United Wtatos, upon the ' ni.g basis of wviwal frewlrn, mo l.nrl.y t" meet in Oonvwntftm, at. Sl-.cldoii, on ,7,, vcTsiilo f tJ.. on 'rimwjtaj. Iho fit I .trtJiilviirxt, at It o'clock. A. W., t; nonjl Jt.. candidate- " County QflicgtH, to b Mtp I ri.-l at tlx- ensuing election. rrtcd m tw (l-Ani.KN'mi, 1 i Jl. ItliOH.V ..... -I V.,II11IIY I 1.011111111,00. j. . 1IEMAN HUNT. June!, l15 Foiirtli or .Tlyt St. Albans. XIuto will Do nu nttrnctivo celebra tion nf llto 3iU'th of Tiily, in St. Al bans. A largo ami public spiritod coinnVt'o hnvo tho ninttcr in charges. Anralinnby llio lion. J. A Gooil mivi, r.f Lowell, lute Btieulcer of Mima-m-'tN House of RepreBentnlivoB, n Y m, n dinner to soldtora of .St. Al hnns. n display of nil tho military coin ran in in tho vicinity, of the Maso...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 30 June 1865

: fanners' gfparlmfnt. Girls Should Icnrn .oKccp House. r No young lruly enn bo too well in structed in anything Hint can nflcct tho comfort of a family. "Whatever position in society bIio occupies, sho needs n practical knowlcdgo of house hold duties. Sho may bo plnccd in Biich circumstances that it will not be necessary for her to perform much domestic labor ; but on this account she needs no loss knowledge than if sho was obliged to preside personally over tho cooking-stovo and pantry. Indeed, I have often thought ifc more .difficult to direct others, and requires more experience, than to do tho same work with our own hands. Mothers aro frequently so nico and particular that they do not liko to givo up nny part of their caro to thoir chil dren. This is a great mistake in thoir management, for they aro often bur dened with labor and need relief. Children should bo early taught to mako themselves useful; to assist thoir parents every way in their power, and to consider it a privilc...

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