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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 September 1865

7 I ? 13 SCRIPT. I1!3 A M I Lj JTjLjL n 7 JJJ Vol. k3. TjII0 TUANSCRIPI1. r, m l'VEUV lTUl-AY Ili:NltYA. OU'riilStt. a . iiiis OK HI'INCHII'TIOJI , , , .unit tin' .') fbirmigli UipPofU . " r nntinm. 'I" ViUaRO subitcrO BT. AX, SAJSTH, VT., F;Ri:D.VY, SK1TKM:BKU 15, 1MC5; 3STo. 79. mipimsfltUlmttho lightning struck the to Milan, after so long nn nl mire, to 1 reason forsaken hor throne, nnd iho ' peak several timoB, loosening laio visit hi family. Ho spoke 'a little native-born of God's bostgifls seen, j maMos of tho mountain limestone English,' yet enough to make himself ever shorn 1 1 whloh, falling, broko through the gla- very agreeable. A morn perfect gen-1 Sion 5b tho capital of Iho Valais, the ! cier, carrying down groat bodies of Neman or a handsomer man I have most miserablo and wrotehcM district 1 ice and debris of moraines; this tho not met in many a year, A tolerably ' in northoru Europe Tho numerous , rain melted and mixed into a thick 1 clean looking i t.i j.'i nn nt un....

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. — 15 September 1865

2 TII1C TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Tlio Stale Klectlon. Our nadors will undoubtedly Ik content will) tho statement, of (lie gi n First IU'Uimcnf nrurmonl MIMhi. j, hi - -I 'f V'ljllt I'll Alln wo Ilir..i,. h th. iiiir-jn i;. n,.t. -t 1 tiro enabled to preseii ' ,,f Mi. Ti , ; r. 1 tin ii- i llll lit t ,1 , in e, AO . il f Yl II, Old Mil,' III I 1 ' VM i ,i i (i i n i us end result of tin- annual State eloo- . L V"1'',".1' ,U p,' Win .... ... . ... . , . ., , l!i.'liicv( . (lutes, Lieut. Col., Franklin. turn of this Stato without detail of-Vi11 i ,,,,,, ,,n,!lllt, st. Albans. where wo found ' . infoif i linlol IniUI. Attin.td a otirf mi t!i' sides, tho opoa one admitting a tine viow of tlio beautiful lake. Wo did not oat. our supper "to whispering my r-; tips," nor did the uulilo Italian host set boforemc "fnms of gold, ' y th. peaches, apricots, plums, titf. almond htmwbcrrit'R, raspberries, ami pa, us winch ho did plnrp before our delight ed oycs, evenlttnily bpcnmo to him fruits of g...

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. — 15 September 1865

Tl IK V lOUMON'l.1 THVN'SCHi I PT. 8. ALBANS. 6T. il.i;v Frnnklln roimlj Coui t si H ni'irr ,.,l. I J T!U ,nit WHS lioldell lit St. L. s.lny the 12th of Hep H,m. Herman 1?. IJonnV ,., mid Hon. Komco 11. ,,. Koyal T. Bingham, , s. Prayer was offered .limn Bliss. Tho fol- Tin 11 .: . I I v,( ro in attendance as (Jninttis C i J4. Cu-liniiiu; St. Al- .l.itit s, KD hei: Ltiv i Ion, Valentino S. Fur-, ,!,- Ilif-hite. Willt r MlJm, John K. Wbit-' .nlliiuml ll. Martin; h in Sherwood; Fnitfax, !,.ir ; Fletcher, Loren ' i !',,d, Churchill S. Archibald McAl , o!plms l'null; Kicb I'i.ami; Montgomery, V:iirfti, Harmon T. ; 111. tit jt.; 1 i ' wit; duly 1 1',. !d, Jlui nci'i Souk-. ! ' ,.i f;i, ' run Leach, .!imel'illy; Fletcti-..M- 'ii, Luther Wells, 1 ..n : BakershVld, Mer ! :i MiMiud, Unrri l.'tinan, Liiosburgh, , i Lua reiiep, John I'.issc tt ; Berkshire, I, Ira S Anderson, li r. Addison P. Pond; .. Coi'il.-.. Hamilton 1'lint; Montgomery, II. nn T Marev, and ; A.--L i ii i; i. UHlll in i -J'e...

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. — 15 September 1865

3 It'" It . it- 4lr .niifnJ' 5 f prim rut. Facts A hoot M:i.k. Grown cnnnol rice through n gicnt depth of milk. If, tliflicforc, milk is desirotl to rotoin jIh crenm for n time, it ahould bo put into n deep, narrow dish; mid if it bo Tl-ltt ' V KUMONrr TWA NKCKI PT. nppnlliny. Tlio wood nud iron on whirl) tho wheels of the trnins run, enn laHt but n cortnin lime. At pres ent they nro mostly now, nnd tho dnn ger of whirh I speak does not exist; but they will rontinuo to look Round to the eye until their texture lm been desired to froo it most complotoly from I rlmngcd by the constant lmmmering crcrtm, it should bo put into n brond ! of the hravily-londed wheels, nnd then shnllow dish, not much exceeding one inch in depth. 'Xho ovolving of cronnt is fncilitatftd by ft viso nnd retarded by by a fall of temperaturo. At tho unu nl temperature of tho dairy f0 rio;. Fahrenheit all tho croam will prob ably rif-c in thirty-six hours; but nt 70 dog. will, porhnps, rise in half that time, nnd ...

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. — 22 September 1865

THE VERMON rn rnn a atci r Ti tdoi HT. -AXBAMK VT., FRIDAY STCPTTCMISTCR 22, Ko. SO. Vol. k2. TIrr: tr an s cript. ,., m.iHiir.i) i:vi:nv imuiuy ItKNllVjl' CUTLKll. -iTIlMt '' HHIISCHIPTIOM I , . r, .H iK tlm paiior tlirniiBh tin. Pout Umipi r annum. T i Vlllnc HiilwrrilMim tin pi't !' the carrtiir, r.Ocrnln in ,,,",,,11 !. fliirp'il. , , , , , u r,ir will Iip aiModwliMi payment i i m n'lrt xix tnontliH. , .UrnntimKHl until nil nrruariiKos are ' ' . .i i r ili.. Pni.li.W. , , I ! .11 "I'" 11 VTKS OH" "vilvnilTlHIXOl , m iivfiitw Mi.Nr. IV-r Hiiiari iif 12 f tin tM" . 1"'' Hrnt innorlH.li 7H . r , , h r.iiliHfi ut IllKiTtion, rent, ,1' inwrii tin inuii u inarm u mi Carlton in lior father's presence. Tho old mnii stinted, nnd a shadow Unit wriH liko n frown enmo and wont ovor his mniblo brow, but in n momont ho answered: "Slio wns two wooks old when .1 ro ccivad hor from lior mother's dying arms 1" "And alio wns your only child; tho chairs, with n loungcp in tho comer, woro its princi...

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. — 22 September 1865

September o 2 TJ-Llfi A:iD.RAL( )N T T.I IA.SC II I 1 T. THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Fi'idny. Hopi. an. i won. farming intofftat wliich could not bo pro-tent. Tho Society would do itself honor by such n publication nnd by distributing it broadcast among tho fannors of tho state. In another part if this week's im pression will be found an nrtiele upon igricnlturnl f.iirs to which we invite tho attention of our raiders. It will nbnndiinlly repay for tho time its pe rusal may roquiro many of its sug gestions being opportune nnd needful in several portions of Vermont. The Cliolcra. Foreign ndvvosshow (hat thisterri blo disease is still piovailing with great mortality in many parts of tho E ist, nnd that it is steadily travelling west ward in Europe It has appeared at Marseilles, in France, and cases have occurred at other ploeos in tho westorn part of tho Mediterranean. "Wo do not wish to exeito alarm, but we do desire to sec tho authorities nnd the people themselves taking effect' vo m...

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. — 22 September 1865

pi (Mil 1 "1 TIIJU V .1 0 RAT C )TT Tl I A NSCR1 lr P. 3 1 .. 1 1. TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. i 'i . -. pi. '11.1.. , hi concert of Mr. C. J. i)illi n Professor nt tlio I ,,.n New York city, which ,, ,i( tlio Coiigregntioiml t st AIIwvuh, on the evening j , ,i, r lHth. vn8 nttoiuleil by j , ,iivr audience. Mr. Hop-1 ly ii lady nnmtcnr l.w.l, rrv,nt- 1 , i I M ' I If.; IS im a hviliwh - 1 jui'l on' "f Ahirh was j , Jlr. HopUiiiR played ' , ,n,il unci .selected pieces ' itr skill, which devel ,, iiv.er and sweetnesH of Ihe proceeds of this eon , , n, we undciHtuiid, to the , tl,' Kpiscopiil and Con ,1 ( lunches in St. Albans. , ,., i-pi'cinl attention to the ,,t (lf Moson & Rubleo, j I, f und in another col i -ti -i ii 11 (( i ll uaiier jjiuwioib i business, and with , i,,u- nit' in the dry goods ,!. i.s and Highgnto, will . supply the wants of ui, mid fi it iid.; in dif 1 i l.i e Hill ty. i in. nit St.it" Fair, re A lute I'tur .Tuuctioii, i,itiu on washing mn , 1. .1 to .Mr. Auson 1...

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. — 22 September 1865

I 4: .,rmfrjs' Pfpartmfnt. Work For September. "Again September' golden day, Screnoly ntlll, Inteinicly bright, l'aden on the umbered hllli a y, Ami melts Into tlic coming JiiKlit . Whtlinan. Tlio long pussou rtwny. (lavs of Bummer lmvo Tho rolling yortr hnH again brought (he rurnl sounds find tints of nutrnnn. Now we prcpiirc to descend into tho vnlo of winter. Sop-' tembor brings nnniorouH enrcs nnd n variety of labors. It is now nutumnnl Kccdtiinc. In many plnccs, haying and harvest aro not yet finished. Gather ing in crops, scattering seed for next reason, and commencing preparations for winter, all demand n portion of a farmer's attention during this month. In tho former part of this, month one of the most important items of farm labor is putting in winter wheat. Oood farmers havo learned that in or der to raiso a remunerating crop of this kind of grain, the soil must bo well prepared by manuring and pul verization, and the seed put in early in tho nlontli. In many localities p...

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. — 29 September 1865

THE VE1 D TTJ'P j JL JL JL 'it r IMG NT rvr a wani tiik' transcript. rri tisiiKi' i:vi:nY rmiiAY ,)V TlK.TltV A. CUTL3311. I IMIMI i OH HPII.SCJIllI'TION t T i' , not King tin? nat'iT through thoPntit , 4,(MtiM' r tumuni. To Village BubfcrlborH , IP the j"ppr by tlio carrier, bii cruit In ,,i r sull lt, charged. t,r. , cuts a .vuiir will lm added when payment 4 ' ,,v .1 IllTdtl d "ix llllllltllS. " . , , ,..r 'illumed until all nrrpnrngOB aro i , J , ,,i it ih c option of tlto Pul)lilior. nrr.H of AivniiTisi.a i ... im Vmi-.i-.TisRVKjcrn. lVr maiaro oflS l. nf thlA typo, fur tlrnt Insertion Tti : f ,i i ,n li mi! Mjiifiit iiiBcrliim, Ha rrnts, . i nf in n "-li'iu nniKt lie marked on - 'ii. ntH, n- 1 1 i v Hill lie rntinni"l I i.. I . nit. Tram ii-iit aihurtiHcini'iiU to it in ii'h ancu. lih i.il iliw Miint w Ul Ik' mailo on the , j in ih'"c ailverm mg iy Mm year, iiii,einert -d at m itiitii prr i ii i JY.im lht ItHrb'tylon Timri. OUR NATIONAL FLAG-. . . .1 tin nag of our nation, , '...

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. — 29 September 1865

em 52 Til 10 VERMONT TUASCMtll'T. i t K . THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. l,VlilitS Hpt. UO. 1HU5. The Water Question. Wo linvc takon occasion from liino (o time to call tlio attention of our roll ers to tho meagre supply of puro water in St. Albans villago reminding them Hint, in tlio most favorable seasons, tiioro is not un adequate supply for ordinary uso and business purposes. In the event of tlio calamity of lire tlio amount that could be obtained readily Hcgliuontal Parade and Drill. Tlio Mililitiluw of Vermont requires that "thero ahull bo ounnnlly between Hip fifteenth day of September and the fifth day of October in each your, a parade of each regiment for drill, dis cipline, inspection, and review which parade shall continue three days and shall not exceed five days." Such parades are now taking place in the twelve militia districts of the State. Quartermaster I'itkin has secured, from the L'nited States Government, full supplies of serviceable tents and camp eipiipage. These,...

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. — 29 September 1865

I I ember '29 IrP. o mo A XTCriDTIVp ST. ALBANS. -IV Imllnlion of Cnvnlry of tho Y,, :il.mt Militia, rnjor Newton, cota- rnii'lmK. lieltl t,loir first l)lnul nlul ,inll tlH week nt St. Albans. Or. VWilm.'sday afternoon nbont four linn .Irnlmwi, well firmed nnil equipped, rcvicwcil by O0118. Stntmtird and u'listnw, with tho stuff of tho luttor. i'l,,. ,nmp selected wns tho convoniont , df thirty acres south of "VV. N. y,th' hHO on Luko Slreot, owned l, j j. D.avitt, Ivq. Mt tin1 muic was very attfaotive, 1 tii, i.'-.icw wns numerously m ,, !, ,1. Tho camp was named "Cnmp j P ;Mfi ' in lioiirtr of the gentleman j . , m nnislv allowed his field of i , , . i. irs to bo used without com- The whole review was high-1 ' ... ,.lM.n.a n.,,1 mm, ,- ' lU U'l'1 IV WUm Ul' wuiu- ,l battalion, and to nil who j , ,; ; tlnTfin. m ., ,,,Wstnnc1 tlmlfi now woeklv ! ) " ri i entitled ThfiJ' Cftampfain is about to be established at I ,, :.un. N. 1'., by S. Howard, Esq., Iit.ir and proprietor of tho publ...

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. — 29 September 1865

TI IK VMUMONT TUANSCIUPT. 4fc amtr$' Jfjiiirfmnit. Make Faiim Lirr. An-nACTiVK. 1. By less html work. Farmers often tindcr tako more than tliev can do well, niul consequently work too early and too Into. 2. By more system. 'Ilia farmers should havo a time to begin and slop labor. Tltoy should put more mind and machinery into their work. They should theorize as well as practice, nnd let both go together. Farming is healthy, moral and respectable; and, in the long run, may bo made profita ble. Tho farmer should keep good htock and out of debt Tho farm is tho best place to begin and end life, and honce so ninny in tho cities and professional life covot a rural homo. 3. By taking cat o of health. Far mers havo healthy varioty of o.oroiBO, but too often noglrct cleanliness, omit bathing, cat irregularly and hurriedly, sleep in ill-ventilated apaatmonts, and expose themselves to cold. Nine tenths of the human diseases arise from cold or intemperance. Frequent bathing is profitable, so is ...

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. — 6 October 1865

THE VERMONT TP A ATCUT 3 Torn V .1 A X. Q, TUB TRANSCRIPT, rcBtisiiEn eveiiy rmnw 1JV IIKNJ1Y A. CUTLER. -riMlMH III'' SUllSCHIPTION I To those receiving the pamT through tho 1'ohI- . , .'(? tho paper by tho carrier, oo rent, in 1 r,nv "rnlVryoarwillbo added when payment ...lolavd beyond six months. No W' r .(ioi.tititic.1 until all arrearages are pt at tbo option of tho Publisher. UVTHS OV ADVUUTISIXOi f nANNiesT ntr.nTiHSMKST.--rur winarc of 12 , ur i. s, "f tliin type, for first Insertion 75 nti for ach snhsenuont Insertion, JM rrnt., c" . t ....nrtlAiu iiiiiut ltn marl ml mi tt" ,V,l. r' J out. 'Transient advertisements to f ir in advance. s- V liberal discount will bo made on tbo " rat. a t . those advertising byiho year, r ,r t Notices will bo inserted at 12J cents per THEJ3NOW. Since tho publication of The Bridge of Sighs by Hood, wo have seen tioth ,nt ti equal tho' following poem' Sn nl of smooth versification, flowing tWbm and touching pathos. Tho r',iutiYP wail of woman'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. — 6 October 1865

BE 2 TIIK V.MRMONT THAXSCTvI IT. OcfcoV THE TJMNSCR.IIT. III . W V S 1 I N I ' S II .. Mr. I'll i. Inn l"v ST. AliBANS. Krttllty. Oct. O. 1MIJ5. ice or it vv ill In Si i ovch oiiu-by it. Every humus, wliieli , kit ,nrc within our power, should Iks ein- ' v.i.tes to the- New York '.'"".: ployed for the suppre.oMnti of this ei v- i : i -, in CioiH i'ul Weed' Tll(, .-, nuuVill (. 7.viiti.m of tho Western Ye-iinoiit nm " .d assocm -2"- , nil over thu country. A liritivi, i , Hi ll I The Temperance Qiicsllosi. Last week wo called tho attention of our readers to n fiw considerations bearing upon tho necessity (if pnx-ur-ing n constant and bountiful supply of puro water for domestic use and other purposes. Wo now propose to oH'ci a fow remarks upon a very diflVunt subject, intending to present what we hnvo to'sny witliin u narrow compass, nnd with such frankness that, our moaning and purpose will bo distimt ly understood. Tho former article was local in its nature. Our present remarks will...

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. — 6 October 1865

8 . rrtnilTIVM i F1? ANHl 'Kli X ' 1 ST. ALBANS. ti-i'y Oft. . ! j.,.v. j. 0. WUiiiRMi of St. I,.,', so far recovered his health ' !,,,,. oillcinlo in tlio Con :il C'hurcli. T , ,,t Kiinlmll cominiuulhig Hip , ",, i, ,,-i vps nt St. Albnns, ha j ,it ,,-,1 to Washington with his i , , "With their iiejmrtrire St. ; ', ,Ms tn ho n. military post. . .1 imrudl meeting of the filork , f tin- Vermont and Canada ; , ,.viiiy will I"1 hi Id nt St. , i l-r 10th, o:i the anniM r . , t Albans raid. i uTPivrd from Mr. N. A ..nil' of Inst year's frrowth '..the Tewkshliry Winter c . 1. otwl 4a ni.- -il fmo kppper nnd is now Mid mid rctniiiB moat of (1-inr. , : p tus Wright roiumofi tho ; of the Central House, n tlm retirpincnt ot Mr. M Cat" liter, of Cnpt. I,. , , i i i i iielifnrd, lna an !..lMhi,lliv tlin fnll of ' t tlio late parade of the ttind tlitlt OVCrCOflts I 1 is i:ivo h'-eil lately pur- ft. mt hi!!; in St. Al- In) en ut cailtlOll call- In guarding again--t y tty thieves who are ' in fetu...

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. — 6 October 1865

THAXSCRT PT. Oclolxn ( gninrtmrnt. Signs or a Prosperous Karmer. Vo olip from nil oxohnngo the fol lowing nDp'opritilo obacrvutions on the siirtis nf n MiccwwHll funner, nii'l we cnriioslly ooinmoiul tlioni lo tin constHlerntion of every thoughtful render. Whan lights nro soon burning ii. his house before tho bronk of tiny, ih winter especially, it sIiowh that the dny will never breiik on tho brcitliiii", in of the winter of adversity. "When yon see his bnrn lnrper (him his houso, it shows Hint he will hav luge profits mid nmull nffiietions. When you see him drive hia woik instead of his work driving him, it shows Hint he will never bo driven from good resolutions, nnd thnt he will eortninly work his wny lo pros polity. When you (see in his Iiourc more lumps for burning lnrd or gre nse, tlmn cnndlo-stieks for more expensive pur poses, it allows that economy is 1 ' lighting his wny to hnppiuess nnd plenty with thnt light which should enlighten every farmer in the world. When he bus n...

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. — 13 October 1865

THE o, TRANSCKIPT. ri HUSHED BVKItV nttiuv Uy HHXItY A. CUT LEU. TI'.ltMS K S!S,HHTI(I.V I 1 , ...... II l. 11. .U)n r milium. i Village nuliscrihrrM I, , .ir.MlJ Ik- rliaWHl. .... I ,n ( , niw ii fi-ar ul I ncliletl nlicii payment i i ,i,-,l hound His iniintha. N I'M' ciir .mtnmcd man all nrroamRos nrc j,t at tlio option of Die I'ubHuhi'i ItlTIi Ol.' AIVHRTlSlXe v ii m vr.nTin.Jii.NTK. PiTMiw rrnf la i 1 of tlii t'l1', fr tlrnt iiiMi-rlioTi 7I i . tl d s'l'ts i-ii.-ii mei rt i in. -i i f , ,i r of ill-x r insertions nmt I"- .narki-d on i . , 1 1 in'int 111, or uij ... o.' conunnf-M . i j ..nt. Triwient ailvovtinini t ' KUrrTmnnt wllll made on the j 1 " . . . II.! I . . 1. ! in nt, ir they will In- contlnm-il rat.- tn iii'wo ailfortiHltig by the year. ,i. V-hi-eh will bo Inserted at 12J cunts per ; . MILTON'S LAST POEM. J Tho following"Wutiful poem is ! frw the Oxford edition Of Milton's ' rks, and as the work is rare and ' t, lin.s comparatively unknown, we, , .i.m. ,. r ..dure 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. — 13 October 1865

Octolxn 2 TI 1 .10 THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. 1T"rllii'. Ool. 1. 1NU3. The General Assembly. Tlio Legislature of this Sluto com menced their nnnunl session fit tlio Stato House, Montpclicr, on Thursday October 12th. As wo go to press on Thursday afternoon wo hrivo received no news in regard to tho organization of tho Ilonso or Sonato. AVo shall hereafter endeavor to present to our rcadors such legislative items during tho session ns may bo of general inter est It is prolwblo that Gov. Smith will send into tho Assembly as soon as it is organized a valedictory addross: and Gov. Dillingham's message, it is thought, will not bo excessivoly long. Tho contest for speaker will probably not last long, although thero seems to ft multiplicity of candidates promi nent among whom aro Messrs Stew art, of Middlobury, and Rounds, of Chester. Indecent Advertisements. Since the establishment of tho Ver mont Tranncripl it has boon tho aim of its publisher to present to its rend era n paper COMMUNICA...

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. — 13 October 1865

. Trmrmifl1 fjIIO TKAiNUJLtJjr.i ST. ALBANS. TUB MYSTIO TIB. C. C. II. .t C. 1). 0. i nv nytmi-taf, ,i ii. ...... . ' Tho flrul of tho Jnltlnln 41jovo Blniul fur mi nlil I'm, ti rM,i i' " together for the i menu w hip punno: tmo wmoi every ono win mcir 1 rccoifiiiM aim for w I welcome; we ii'fer tn VI'lls JL ft...... ... a it, eiatt d (tii'inMvi'H I,,,. 11..... i i .i I , ""Kery, I""! WIH give iflia- r. tmo which every ono will their prompt and fmthf,, i,, '.., '1 " n tlilrh every O.IO has a kind sionn. b,,i,.s c , " nl1 l'" l.i t'tic'n folia i ll.ilsmn-the rim.... .... . " '" "" '!. cheapen land best preparation In the world fr ' " r,H T Dr. Ht. v, . ciouii, coughs:, colds, ami nil throat and lung complaints. 'J ho second nre Cop's Dvspciisin complaints, j no Kccumi nrc Cops Dyspepsia i uiu -me tuny remi'iiy ovor Known inni is un to euro dyspepsia, Indigestion, tliilillrnrv, nml ......mi 'n ... i ' ' .. P. HTTI'FVa , Sou 1, Sin n Street. l:.,ffln,l Street. St. Albnns. Slav Is. Isi,...

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. — 13 October 1865

KU MOIST r tii; 4 TIIK V fa Slit i l4 nrmrrjs griKH'tmcnl. New Advertisements. SinrorN ieuCr "A" FAMILY SEWINQ MACHINE. rHiHS splendid Mucli'tif combine" all tlic good 1 qnaliticH of our irW 1'n'iiru iniiiiiifiir'uiin uiiirhiim, w.iii niiiiviTH ana vain.urc ramrm - i in ii r ' ,iii. i I.I ili I I I I -I, " III .- VI. Ifnprofllnblc Farming. 1. Purchasing poor land nt ft low nrico. instead of tho host nt n high olio. . Wnnt. i.f nndordrniliillL' ill nil "" "' IHs swift. ipiM and pn1'l rntioli; ir llif ery flu- st an. I . m places whero work is retarded, growth rials, nm! anitiim ? f. ti n ti. i f , , iii i , in a orantiftil ami 'ibst'iiilial mam'. lessoned, and nmiiuro lost by ft surplus tv.. tth. n mt. r-a... mo",. nf tentne 1 '' ftnJ wiJ K' nmally do a jen Hit rniK' "f oi wnior. W(lrt t)mn inv ,., .r,.tfr. nir. i.d tn H. 3. Inefficient foncos, ndmitting dep- i"bic We rent- ,ifu,y iniitc 1i in nt -f a - , . , " I imin' Family .Vwrinj Murhiiif to pay us visit, rodators to doslroV Cl'O...

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