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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 7 July 1865

J THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ' I!'!' ' I'.M- Vol. 2. TIIK TRANSCRIPT. nnS.wiiKi) iivr.nv l'ltnuv j ekn in: a. o utusu. TlUt.U.S OV HIIHSCIUI'TIOX I lymont . . .1 i...v,'i! mIx uinutlls. " li'anT itic"iitinnr.l until nil nrrenrngon nre rl nl Ul rliou o1, tl10 1'uW''"(,r' JIVTHS OK AllVHUTISINU I Tiuv.ir.NT Ai)vr.nTir.F.NT iVrfMUiaro of 12 , . mi t. . of tliln tJl10. for 11r,,t lii"ortion 7 f"r ""'""''l'K'it Insertion, 3 rtii, lh. iimnb'T of inwrtlons uitvt tic mnrkml nn J ',.1 ii'il "t. Transient ailvortiwmontu to f r in ailvnlifC a- K Wwral licnmt will bo mado on tlie ni' -1" tlioso advi-rtisiiig by tlin year. 7 , , M n, .tii ks ill be insprtctl at 12J contn per i ni 'V nnm it Aim. rrmilin County Court, ..pcrlnl Tfrm ilnnr, 1N03. TEIAIi Or HEZXSXIAH PAYNE, rlmrKf'1 "'t'1 ,,,r Mui-iln-, or Kllnin .1. Morrlion, nt St. Altinni, Ortolicr 10. (OSTINTKl). I Xrllkton.I reside at New- f r rt N II. I was at St. Albans, Oct., ji lsr,l Botweon threo and four J o , Wk. P M., I was in W. N. Smith's...

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. — 7 July 1865

2 TI 1 10 V IOttAIOXT TRANSCRIPT. r X 1. I. Si ALBANS. .Ij'rlUu.VT. Tnl.v 7 IH05 t'XIOX STAT mi.min vnuivs. It.ti um himi-, i'AUL DILLINGHAM. (Ji AriB,,inv fOll UKtTKMXT UAVHHMOR. AllUAHAM 1J. UAUDNKli, or ItoMstiitiN. rOIJ STATU Ti.lt BK.lt. JOnK !. PAGE, or lit imm, special ngont m anfrn fanned iriry T WnTTf HM? A Ttf QPlfM'tW1 commuiiirnlo between ffim hi (1 CtSh Hl 11 J j -uU-V-AlN qUIJJP I . Hill when I vvas notifioth of his ap pointment. Special agents do not a ways havo regular ?omnvission8. Mr. Smith was jn.tho fjccrot sorvico. fidTmrd J. Samson. T am nssislant L'ost Master in St. Albnn.i; saw lleze kiali Pay no riding south on horseback iiBt tho Jipiscopal church, nt twenty -threo minutes nast throo; was then on tho Park. Ho had on a havorsack I recognizo tho prisonor as tho man 1 then saw. lie was soino four or five rods distant. This was boforo tho raid; ho was on a dark bay horso, with an army saddle. Cross-aramincd by Mr. llailcy. On tho, 2Gtti day of April I wont into ...

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. — 7 July 1865

21 S0 1 Jul - '-r-r i, n n r nv THE TRANSCT,,., n- m ST. ALBANS I-Vm lli of July celebration at wits very largely at-i . loiulad, mid an excellent ruin itncnpta bio ntldrews wan pronounce il tin l'inr "A HORSE IS LIKE" a" MAH." mI lik. .imiii if l. i-overworked, needs care IUv. O. G. Wheeler, of South Hero. "'"""""" " '""intiwwuooi horse .. V7 ,, . wnrlh ,v""' '1" - liurnli.,1 .l..Ui, (ippwently At l'linfax tlio Hov. A. 1. Poster, 1). irv,. ,! u ,,,. "K.rti particu- Fmr. ' ! C. Saflford, Rwi., j 1)., (lioeoursort in nn ftblo nnd patriotic. f '"f 'r "'in'l "n end. nmi with head (trooping inniiuur, to c tizons or ttiat vicinity. At j r rrr. " " - " whom.. St Albans tlio concourse wafutiiinoiise, ,,!. i. m out ..i c. i .,. yllHt i.)in we not loss than eight-thouHaiiil present ,,"v '" clmf ciiRinour of tho Firo Wardens of M All.u.B Villngo vt-iy properly nnd ,,itnn.!v notifies its inhabitants "11 ti'nt the custom of plncing cook-stovos in'.ml-li'msciB or sheds having no chim ! Ns. is at...

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. — 7 July 1865

Tl LID V JSRMO.NT riiANsrui pt. July jgannrw; ?r,,nvtmcnt. RUVKRH 110USH, I 'lh the TrnniTr7fl : ? Jlt1""'' r0cs ( not nnsnvor ,n.v ox 'rpccfiiticms from the promiso Ihoy made Vhon tho fruit wns first set tins spring. Thoy commenced blri&titig, soon after 'they blossomed nnd conlinuo to turn 'yellow nnd drop oft'. "When one linlf ns lrtrtrc ns n butternut, ilicy fall to 4 tho ground. It lias spoilt my crop of fruit for tlio present year, especially ' t"lio phiiim, upon which tho curculio has mado terriblo raids. I shall not havo one left. "Will you scratch your editorial sconce and explain tho reason of this and suggest somo suitable remedy, if there be one ? Your' I). St. Albans, July 3d, 1SG5. How to MnkcJMirc Jtutler. Thofrcbh. sweet pastures of Juno, furnishing that abundanco of succu lent feed which new milch cows need to givo rich milk in nbundance, mako this month preeminently the butter month. Vc present horowith the views of n good butler maker: "1 am very particular ab...

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 July 1865

TTT7TWt fimtH fit - t. r RANSCRIPT. iirl .If ST. ALBANR, VT, FRIDAY, JIT LY 14:, 3 805. T - ii ii i iwm i m ii i ii i mi n i ill i i ' 'i n ' f ! iiiiii iiiiiiiii n - m i T" - .T7C"' 'T ' " - 09. IMU'I '1 iii I lh , to' tM rnillP "1 iin . it & Mil 1 ' " ra 1 jOOBtf i.Ut-l relf ' iiii 1 1)4 ..... i- Si' listn1 ... ICS1 11" til iM-ai- rl 21 .TlO!!. 1 t If.! ,blW 11 lull " mw I .1 Vol. 2. THE TBAfcSCmPT. ivnusifnn r,vj:nv i'iiibav iii:xjiy a. suiistntii'Tio.v i CUTJliKXt. TP.ItMS i, ,-, n UitiK I'"" paper through tlifiPosi S4.00 nrr ntiiium. To VIIIA3P HiibworilMirn ., the paper by tlio cjtfilor, r0 nt n .,, Twill '" , , m a u-ar will bo nililMlwbon payment i , 1 in vnnil kix niontlm. .lV, r ilweiitinn1 wiM nil arrarar;c arc ' v' 1 jit lit tl' option of tho rublujllur. itvrus ok "advuktihixo I ,-. mm ifiiTMKMknts. rrrHtii.irnnf 18 , -,. nf tliia typi. for Drat inrtinn 1 1 , , 1, ii MnliMMi.1' nt inn rtiun, sf ci-ntu, i .il.iM iif liiMrttiim lnilKl hi-tniirkrd rm 1 , 111, nu, or tli...

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 July 1865

TI 1 Ki V KRMONT TRANSPUT PT. T l i. h dav of Inst M iylt, JO .years old , years old curbctl-lntT-niHl J-ln(il-.l.ti)t.-tmo--of-WimT-nT!rvnnt- rmlv."Bridr.t- KHlmlMV nrc'llj I IlllVO lCSlrtod I J'lU'k Uodtlnrd. JIo WOllt ItWIlV with- Sim u iik n rnnk from the lnirlrlli. nf in Hetidonon, Kentucky; havo-bconiout one. ;.Next timu 1 saw him ho.rodo in tho rebel service; went in Nnvom- bcr 1862: I went in becattso my father wont; stayed nbout six months nndl uxm went homo una thonco to Cnnn nd. I went to Windsor, Cnnndn; lust October 1 wns in Montreal, staying on Aylmor street, nt my homo with Ster ling Payne, my brotlier-in-law. Heze kiah boarded with Georgo Payne, his brother, uutil tho month of Novoniber, bolwccti tho first nnd middjn of the month. October lfith, 1801, I was nt itho St, Liiwrcnco Hall when I first . .nenrd of the St. Albnns raid; I lienrd of it about (J o'clock, P. M., between 5 , nnd 0. 1 took supper nt Sterling Payne's; my brother nnd Mortimer Lovelt were there when...

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 July 1865

July 14-. . T1JLK VlOJftMOJNT TIUNBCJRIPT. 8 THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. l.-fjln.v. lly 1 "( Sunday Services in St, Albans. Congregational Church, llev. J. 0. Hettinger, "Iffi-iuS? C&r,ch 0. Skinner, MntlintUHt JflUHCnpni VJiHli;ii( n. it. ntc, Proscl cr, 10:00 A. 51., and 7:30 P. M. 10hT 'mv'h l.urrhV llev. 1 Clavier, Pastor, HI. J.HKf Bimiii I, ... ..... .,..... . 10 .10 A. .'I., aim :.w i . Our ndtlitioiml report of tho pro ceedings nt St. AlbtuiH on tho Fourth of July is, greatly to ourrcgrol, crowd ed out until our next i'kbuo. Tho ro port of tho l'ayno trinl oxcludos much matter that would otherwise have ap peared. - -Rpv. D. V. Dayton's answer to tlio question "AVhat shall bo dono with the rebels?" will bo given at tho Metlioilisu Cltitpci, hi. Aiuana, on mcs xlav evening next. Admission 25 els; proceeds to bo devoted to paying for upholstering said Ohapol. "We trust tho notice of tho annu al fair of tho ladies of St. Mary's Ho UMi Catholic Church, St. Albans, will n. t t...

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 July 1865

rr- 4, TirlJ t! V J JlHJVX ONrL1 annrrJ' gqiartmcitt. Time lo Cut Grass. The following statement of tho opin ions nutl practices of Fcvcrnl distin guished New York farmers, ns to llio proper limo for cutting grass, wns pub lished some yenra ngo iu tho Country Qcntlcmnn: John Johnson Tho loss farmora sustain by letting tho liny got too ripe, is immense. I would rather lmvo four quarts of menl per day, with good green timothy hay, than to lmvo a peck with ripe hay to fat a steer with. Cut grass or clover green, cure in swath or cock, and it will make sheop or plcors fat in five months, without grain, if thoy arc properly attended to, but utill it is moro profitablo to feed part grain. I was raised in a country where grass was thought ready to cut as soon rtfi largo enough; and after I camo hero, I followed tho samo practice, although in (position to tho opinion and prac tice of my good neighbors. I fol lowed tho practice so long, and had so many opportunities to prove it, that 1 know ...

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. — 21 July 1865

niE 2. TIJU TRANSCRIPT. lanLiRiicn r.Vi:iiY nttiiAY , HHNItY A. CUTLER. ....... me rit'llriCIMPTIOM Tn II. ' receiving tho paper through tlio sl.mlper annum. To Milage ub-cnbc .i...1 ..n.r hv tho carrier, oo c.n OK 1W- rs in , iv in a,! I, IIUll .ntiil be charged. ,s . . i .riv ( i "in i n V' ar win no iumch niiui jmj vnnd fix mnnlhK. mciil 'It ..1?" " . ,:. -It nrriinrflttna firo . . 1 l.fntli at tlio option of the Pitblishcr. etid, f v I" II ITKS OK ADVI'HITlSINm 111' nuiiw ,,, ii ,ii11b,i , ,r.. r. '1 mit. TratiMont nilvurti-ciuuiila to imiafTinaiHanrc. .a- l liberal discount will he mado on tlio 4 tho" advertising by tho year. I , m. N.iTii'w will 1)0 inserted at 12 tenth por- An Extract from tho Poem read On Jniy Uh, at St. Albans, VtQ JIT J. H.I'.TATI.OII, E")' l bnfl. Jul -", the month of months, Win n nature most ilisclwcs . 11, , imnndhsa wealth of lOvkjgF, tifauushine, and of rOsos. , a 1 auty in lier richest rohes, In it ami pr'uneiiailing, Ami li h i hi- foul with love '...

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. — 21 July 1865

i 2 THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Brians-. .Tuly HI, 1805. UXIO.V STATE NOMINATIONS. rem ooveiuvor, PAUL DiLUKOIIAM, or Wateiuicuy. ton lieuta'ant oovnnsOR, ABRAHAM B. GARDNER, ot Bex.ninciton. fOR STATE TREASURER, JOHK II. PAGE, or Hotwni). 4- ..--1 - .J2L. : t. ; --.r- w'hys go bffinuch tho fastest' towards llio oiul, nnd ns this is the lust louti that can bo put on tho market before the meeting of Congress, it is oxtromo ly probablo tlio wholo of tlic reninin ing fifty millions will bo taken this week. ti-tes iniiriioNT tiiansobipt;, tr UNION COJJXTV NOMINATIONS. For Senator, WORTHINGTON 0. SMITH. St. Albans; WILLIAM 8. ItUIlLEP, Uorkulilro; ALBERT G. BOOLE, Fairfield. For Assistant Judges, POMKO II. HOVT, St. Albans; WARREN ROMNSON', lUghgato. For Judge of Prolate, AMOS J. SAMSON, St. Albans. For Stale's Attorney, 1 JULIAN II. DEWEY, St. Albans. . Jbr Sheriff, RENSELAER It. SHERMAN, St. Albans. , For High Jlailijr, EPHIUIM tORLISS, Ricliford. Election takes place September fitli, ...

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. — 21 July 1865

T fcUO V Ji.RMO.NT T UA N SCK L1-T. July Jv. .. THE rTRANSORJffT. ST. ALBANS, Kundny Wrvicra In St. Albans. ''ttvr C VlHt ' Ski,,nP, nnmjlov. p. Clavier, Paator, 10' f 10 s ,i,.j".r.r,..n'p m. "X A 51.. " oflico )io hns bo rtcceptrtbly mid worth ily filled for tlio jinst four yoniH, nud !iis tubiinily mid gonial deportment lmd won for him tho lovo of nil who were drawn into business or soeinl ro tations with him. For somo lenath of time ho hns been predisposed to' Mint dread discnso consumption which 1ms family mndo wreck of one of tho fnirest nud best of earthly struc tures, and filled this community, nnd tho bereaved household of which ho wnB n bright ornament nnd a needed pillar, with unutterable grief nnd mourning. Freeman. cfuj.incj.js ircf(mi. L KlVnMv ;VJ?.3r T 1 s T- OMm In tho IIUCK, ATTOltM'.V ami rnirvsr.i- I.OH AT LAW. Also. Wn llr.( A Urn. Smith of Uticn, N. Y. lato lv took noihon and died becauso sho didn't lit ;o n prospective) son-in-law. D3J It came out boforo nn En...

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. — 21 July 1865

ft"""? r -TTX T Bcwanmcnt. Siigglsl fons for July. July, 'If tliq weather bo wlirtt wo liopo for, will givotlio former bnt little titno for reading. His labors begin cnrly and closo Into, to bo renewed with tlio next dawn. Men are very likely to overwork, and over-ambitious boys, by too hard mowing or pitching, WERE "HOUSE, TltiLUONT 1 1 or mi:, ('oilier fif Trrmoiit nmt Helicon Slttits. Thft Two First-class Hotels or Boston. Ul.VUHAM, W1IIHL1JV, M CO., Proprietors. THE AMERICAN HOUSE HANOVER STREET, BOSTON, Is Hip largest nli'l best arranged I I't-1 in Ni w England. LEWIS EIOE Proprietor. "irMlIt COVsI MITIOV it itlti'iiiih I" 1 lemcdv knotwi It bus m thousand- i .1 i I I I 1 ,-tl S W I V llUUU) or uv uoing uiowors ui u mini in mmiu 1 Court Hmiarc, Hoston. K pt on tin other way, lnjitro themselves for life. Many a farmer is undersized, crooked or onc-sidod, becauso ho was ambi tious, whon a boy, of being told that ho was worth as much as n man in tho harvest field. Thoy only rcaliz...

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. — 28 July 1865

nn T 1 CRIPT-i. TT 3HT Vol. 2. ST. .AIVBAK, "VT., FRIDAY, J17.1W S, :1H65. THE VERM ON RANS THE TRANSCRIPT. rriu.tHiiKi) r.VKHY rnituv 1 JO N 11YA. CUTLER. T , ,1,1.90 rwdvlns tlic paiior 'Jlmmgh the Post , SJ.OOiht nmmm. To Village stiWribers ' ','w w tli.' paper liy tho carrier, ."iuiiil in TI.'.ltMS Or SlillM llll'Ull.TI J 'nst- rs in .11 1,,. ,'hnrirptl. ' f,v ivntu vcar will bo aiMoil wlioit payment i,v.l b.Mmil nix immtlif. " mm r tWontiimnl until all arrearages nrn t ' ' i pt at tlio option of tbo rubllnlier. -Tin! OP AIIVIillTISlNO I t, .n ifnt APtrBTidEMEsr). rornqiinro of 12 iqiiaro or izj . i.m of tins tyt'9) 'QT rst insertion ' ... . i ... ..,.i MtWmiont Ineottioii, 73 Viii. I "V nvi-r nf Ince'liona must lo Marked on riis.-minls, or tliry will 1, continued . .t I. r. il "it. Trntwiont atlvartitieiiieiita to ld-t '.ri discount will bo ttir.de on tho ..-tothoM ft.lwtWnB by tiio yenr. I aN.Ti.ESMiUboiiiscrUciatuiMMtBr n nMMinre, yr the Vermont jTrantartpt. ONE WAY TO GET RI...

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 July 1865

) IS. i j tin nt-twtmm mm THE rKRMOXT THE TBANSCHPT. " ST. ALBANS. ' X-'rltlny. -July S. IS05. VKXCX STATX". KOMXXATIOXS. Kr. OOVUtyMl. ror. timcxAM aovia-.xoji, iVfcfcAlUlI U. GARDXH1, or lirsyixosi rvr. stat;. Tr.r.5rr.Rn, 0ItS B. TAOE, or r.m.xp. . ... .-": l it;.,, WiOS WUV.VS XOl..V,VnO.Yt. . "or l-riiat&rr, VOimtlNOTriN' 0. SMITH, i-ft. Alharn; WILLIAM H. KUIILKK, ik-rkidilro? ALHEHT O. 80ULU, l'nirllold. .For .Ufiflaul Jwhjrt, nOMKO H. IIOYT, Kt. AlhaiiHt WAltHKN JtOllIN.sON, HlRlignlb..- For Jutye ff Vmbalc, ."- AMQH J. HAMSON, Kt. Albans. FvrStatc.i Atlurmy, . JULIAN II. DI'AVEY, Kt. .Milan. . ... 'or MrrUf, l!l-.N8KI.Alilt It. 8HCUMAN, 8t. All.Mis. "' "ftr tfuW,, ' ' l.f'ItnAlM COltLISS, lUrlifbrd. . Eioj-tfn,(ni-M iilacc.Soptemher&tlt, ISIS. ihontor,-and his acqupintnnee with tho 1 y-Wo nre iinintlCI by a recent Hionnifd business gf Vermont rrill ena- visit of John Godfivy Snx, Esq, bio hurl to discharge the ditties of hit to our ennctur-i. of tho following now 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. — 28 July 1865

-JL. rLr- - July 38. rt. frfJ Km s Lts wr i J. 1 UtVf' .ire 5 itii' 1 ouVflB rnt-r if 1 1 l,y tW tJ " ,11. U hi " cd I' mn..t."t utri- destr' jegraui ilc ilDv Jlbt" fill t f 1-eiVt 1 ,pgU'r amU ' , finurc3 f til ' .arts fe JUUIU? THE TKANSCRIPT ST- ALBANS. ' DMiiocrntlc Courtly Cournntlim. i. , w rain of franklin County aro r6- 1" T 'Min? Klar, the 17th day . ISM at 10 O f 00K A. Jl., TO uoillllimu fiU);vW,Mi;'r (o bo voted for, at the coming :U' '''rnit,0VKEKS, I Democratic .lOSl i'H KlJSWOItTI.'. j Committee. ,, v .4 1), IB"'- ' .... gusiitcjisi gircctorjj. Gnat's Fnlls, in Fairfax, that it will bo I in running unler by tho first of Sep-' toinlior, under iho miHorvision of Mr. T. ?.J;?JA,1 ,4"' ST.-Offlce in ti Wtyland Slicpnrtison. Mr. Pant's i atST' St" m"M. eniitrtl gnat-mill near by has boon in successful operation since 18fi0. tite ho rjj.. puir and Festival given at , i, my IlAll on Tuesday, "Wednesday 1 Thursday evenings of this week, . . snipes of tho Indies of.'St. ..L 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. — 28 July 1865

4 THE AKILOISrT aA-jSTSOKIPT. fjirmci'js' gciiarlmcnt. WILLIAM B. MAY, $TOCK 11HOKHH 7 Congress Street, and !i Congress Square. Unvrriimcitt frrtit-KIm l nil I)cilitloi"ia, Railroad, IWnlt, Manufacturing, and all other stock bought and fold on eoinuiiwilon. ...,,.,,. (. Salt, Ati minis uinl nro permuleu. to Wnffiwhjhfihc ar generally M-llo'iiitisi? liwltliyj they coiisumo' n lnrga-ntiiouiit, of salino material. Tho nimsi'iitic property of salt ig ido" well known and appreciated by most hns bniuliiieiii raid tho farmer might as It1 tttnko! epUrely dispcnBiiig with t food ns to fail in seasoning food with management the stockbohi snlt No nniinnl can long exist with out ealt: 'iniho ptomach it operates qraUly,ftiiiV has a healthy action on the liver; it also prevents tho food from running into fermentation, andis death on intestinal parffsilcS. --Vri'nV . To IvKia? lUfs rnoji . H.uiNnssns Taf;c'b8ii'tlaj'abinRi5ooiiful of good c"ny(hiii6'p6'ppor, and mix thoroughly wlthjdvbry, ipiart'd...

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. — 4 August 1865

:jht Vol. 2. at;batsts, vt., fktday, AraiisT 4, isoo. No1; iy, THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. 1 iM iti.imint) kvwiv t'Htnw .... .. . ulMjilMn'riiiv TllllMS Vlr m"..""" ..... 1.0' ., ' . - l.v lio farrier. AO Cfiil. in ' til In' I'linruuu. .'"' I ..... . .-..nr will ln added idicn Haymow . M. .'...ltd ft 11 f ,1,., ititmcil until nil nrronraRcs aro . .. .. r ..... ll..l.lial.n. lt at HI-' 'IIVHI1 Oi I"" uiiiiDiitii inTKS Of ADVISUTISIIVO I politicians. Sho was present nt tho to lior statement. He look tho papers, opening of tho first session of Con-1 and named the day when his opinion gross nt Philndolphin, in Soptombor, I would bo ready, tind lmnded her to 1-hr the IViWoiiJ Trnnarript. Familiar Letters from Europe. 1771; nnd nt tho inauguration of ! hot- earringo with winning grace. At! Gfxbva Bmi: Washington ns President, sho crontcd Bcventy-eight yours of ago ho wns still i AViVW I 1 . 1 1 1 1- 1.1.1. . . .. i .""l J i 1 mnplmnt in giving up its life nnd 1 tho Phono flows into tho Medite...

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. — 4 August 1865

2 rP.IUNSOBIPT. r f . . - n r-v.-. , . i 1 THE Tit ANJSCR1PT. : : STr AIsBANSr , introuuciory- -merely,' Tlie first edition of tho Daily Times . . 1 - - y .' - 1HOO. f )0. tt.VIO.V STATU IVO.MIWITIO.VS. ion (invuiNon, l'AlUy-'DIl.I.lNHHAM, w WATKiiimnv. , jin J IDU LIKUTK.VANT 'lUVMUkOlt, AMIAIIAM ri. (UHUNI.it, or I.knsimiion. ' L 1HR WAIT. TltKAftUltKU, JOHN 11. I'Atfli, or Hi-rum tf.VIOV COIIXTV ()JII.VATI().S. For Scuatorr, 'WOllTHIXQTON C. flMITH. St. Alllifti WII.MA.U S. JtUIILUK, BcrUhile: AI.HK1.T G. fiOUI.K, rMriloM. ' For AHittaiit .Tmt'jtf, ii jtOMKO II. IIOiT, W. Albali i WAltltKN llOIIINMON, ilitflignto. For Judge ttf VfobtUv, AMOM J. SAMSON', St. Albanp. d r-b. For Stitlt'i Attunih, ..JULIAN. H. DJJWEY, St. AIUuiih. 11ENSRI.AEU It. HHKItM.VN', 8t. Albarnt. . For llinh JfaiUtT. ' "El'HllAlM COHUSS, "lUclif..ril. Election talic liUcc Suptcmlirr Ctli, 18C5. and n genoroul) heart, to tho improve mont nrnl adornment of liiw well up on many with tearful eyes, expecting to se...

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. — 4 August 1865

THE "TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. D.iiiormllo Coiinl)- 'nnvriiIloi. The Democrats f Franklin County urn re '.lcd to me et in Comity Convention at llarr rt fintol in Sheldon, .on ,l,"u "v"'.. . " . ,!i A Yi'k ut, 1SU5, at 10 o'clock A. II., to nominate emilitv nfllMTS ' volt'1 for nt tliu C,)1"B S,rUm,i:,VlU) WKEKH, , Democratic W. W. THOIil', V County JOSF.I'Il ELLSWOHTH. j Committee. July 2lili, ISM. Uriuid Cuimly Convent loin Tim ficcmon of Grand Idle County, who would support tun Administration of ANDltUW JOHN SON and aid in re-establishing tlio 1 cdcral an il ,'ruv and (lovcrnmctit of tlic United States, mioti the enduring basis of universal freedom, rrronu'stcd ts meet in Convention, nt tlio ?..urt 1IUp in North Hero, on Saturday, the Uu (lav of August, leGS, nt 11 o'clock A. M., to annate ranuitiaics ior iwumj uuiojjb u uu ,nn..rt. d at the cinnlng oloctlon lpP IIIIIAMC. FlSlf . ) County Committee. III II 1 v . , r D'UD h. sweet. ) Tlio Fnir tinil Festival hold last week nt tlic Ac...

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. — 4 August 1865

TIL 10 V-KKMOJNT THAJMSCUUPT. 1'J jhAMiiiwtKV'yjNTAtii--Tuko 'liVcojoi 'four tU(lH'of raspberry, ht tii?nf fn n stoiiijcvock niiti rover thom with vincgnf. TJol tli'cm stninl Iwenty-fnnr .hoiirp. 'J lieu hlrnin tliis juco through n jcll-ltng nnd pour it on to fresh berrioK, luttinj: this stand nnolhcr day. llcpcnt this progress until you have tho qunntity you desire. Add to ench pint .of juia one pound of taiga r. 'Put it into a preserving kettle mid nllow it to hent sufliciently to melt the Biignr. "When it is cold put it into bottles. It will keep several years. Cm ha XT " ink. One quart of cur rant, juice, two quarts of water, threu pounds of crushed .sugar, and to each gallon of the mixture add one gill of prirobnuid. Incc a cask upon its side with tho bung up, and fill it entirely. It? will require replenishing, as wastes by fermentation, and'tlio cask should always be kept full. JEar The Scottish Fanner is tho au thority for the assertion that "a small "quantity " 'of bi-eiirb...

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