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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 20 October 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. I IT Vol- 2. ST. A"L,"J3A.3STS, VT, IIRXDA-Y, OCTCXBER 2Q, 18(35. 3T6. Bif-. THE TRANSCRIPT, By ill. rI IU.HIIKI) j:Vi;itY l'HIDAY HF.XUY A. CUTLti THItMS OK 'sUHSt'HIl'TIO.V I I, ,.,-Trri inn tho paper through the font aj.oUper annum. To Village HiilmerlborH tin' paper liv tlio carrier, so tent in . ill br i-linwil. v i , nt a rear will bo mlilotlwlifiii payment , , ,i in Muni nix lwmllid. ,,, i ,iw initialled until all tirrenraRes are . ni ut the option of tlio rublisdior. mt. Tratimeiit ailvrrtlaoments to i worried ,i l.atiee. il iliMcnmit will lie mailt- on tlio , tliiwe atlvirtiiiliig by the year. 1 1.4 will be lunerted ut 12 cents t mo that il was fashion tuitl courtesy, nnil kept mo quiot whilo ho whs by. Ho would havo mo tit tlio Hull ofton also, lmt Sabrina sent no mosenco. liko a pink bonnot myself, and to go whoro thoro wib miimo in tho church." Ellis hadn't u Qunkor bono in her hotly, nor ti Molhodist drop in her uiooti. i niw-ayBW-onuorcu iu iiui...

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. — 20 October 1865

Oo(f)l)oi' k THE TllANSOBIPT, ST. ALBANS. Vriiiny. out. ao. ihob. wx- would luivo our (. n rn'is nul ' VnlcdlcloryJICSSaBC Of GOV. Smith, j SVmK'th, jndups, our Iiiwv.-m and men of v alth ,,r,,,,m(, , .Wr i Amie of Iter ! " """ I to eleven Itiiii'lrffl In thu enjoyment of the 1 sHinf- of rctico, I of sit-hundred tthd oiipt niori-r'?t"n ii i tn roun.ri. jmi nn inner at tne rate r nil n' i" ... j The Two Messages. Tlio length of tho valedictory men sago of Gov. Smith, which is given entire in this week'n TnmcniiT, ought not to detor any one from giving to it, n enrcful perusal. It prosontH in a few pnrngrnphs the present financial con dition of tho State us well tis ti sUilo mont of tho number of inon furnished by Vermont to put down tho rebellion. Tho extent of tho sacrifice both in men and money is also stated all constitu ting what may well be denominated a "proud rocord." Othor subjects, com prising tho raid upon tho St. Albans Dnnks nud its consequences, tho or ganization of tho ...

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. — 20 October 1865

October TiTK TlUNSORn'T. ST. ALBANS. , tiniler-diuul tlmt Mr. Chnrlos ,. ,s ,vo. ..f Olevclitnil, Ohio, cum- i i. iwn as "Arlomus Wiml,' will 'II '.' " ,. I i . , , . of his peculiar locturos at ;, ,lvIral!, St. Albany Saturday . ,, , (Mobcr aisi. pr Joseph U- Leonard, lato of St. ,lisolvpl hifl connection with . ,,f Jnhn F. Homy & Co., of J ('. K , oil tllC rUU Of heptCUl I tlu-r column will bo found . i merit of Mr. L. Hitighnm, ,rv is on ('hnmplnm -street, mU' tho Atiiorienn House, 1 A rocci.t visit to bin ch- j n 'i 'it t'.'l'i convinces ltd that he im ull the inducements hold advertisement, tuul we i 1 ' I i nil who may mror linn i ilMtiage, in rogurU both to I" ality. ihlit- green at St. Albans, j; bci n duly graded and 1 with an attractive pagnd'i Liberty Pole is now childly w punt ure. The green af ;. ind the pigodii furniKhes i I'lnfnrtable arrangement stH, unipiestionauly, but not i lit able for those having ii i h ii ge. Vilnius B iiil; has recently .i'n'. now using a...

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. — 20 October 1865

October MM I ) V UUMOISTT rrHA.NSClUPT. 4: farmer' ariiiirtmrnt. New Advertisements FAMILY SEVIMQ MACHINE. f pills splendid Machine cotnhinm all the gmal I mifiliMpM of itnr nt 7 kitntrn mnnufiictttrina Miichiitin, nilh many new and valuable improve- I pa nicnt. It I swift, ninct nml positive in its iJw- I Ki, rntiiiti; sewn the vciv Hml anil nunwl mate rials, and ativtliing !'.. n the two extremes, in n Ik anliftil mill Hiilinimilial manner It ll'hl', Ws, f V.i -.-. Ilrcih. Inrhn, ;,it),i ri, Stilchi s, itr ami will generally in a grcatci range ' work than any machine hrrctofnrc ofTi nil to tin pubic We riViM ctfnh invite nil in ntit ipf a . uprinr Fiimili Seirimi Machine tn pay if a visit, livery machine warranted, ami full instructions given lT comivetent ami mm toons alti mlnntK. Send fur pamphlet. Tub Nihom Mani kac ti-b- I Mil CllJIIANV, (ID Hanover street. llxf lll, t")8 Hroadnav, N. Y. C. II. 8. P1EWT. Ac. nt, Ht. Alb on Vt. Hlnls for (lie Month. Jlnna. Lot working liorsoa b...

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. — 27 October 1865

THE VERMONT rVT A XT am 3TTrn tlx X, ! I .Mi l' . - ft. Vol. 2. TJ TBANSOMPT, rcnusiiim iivkiiy nttiAV 1Jy HKNRY A. CUTLER. TKItMS OF SUHSCUIPTIOX I I , tlin- riToivlnR the paiicr tlirnugh tlio l'ost-$-j.ooprr atiiiuui. To VlllAgo HiiWribcrH iwtiff tlic paper liy tlio carrier, ) miia in u.I iiti -n iiiU bt-chariH. (.ftv ivnts a; car will lit' added when payment ,1, laM '1 "I liiimth.H. ' S . i nil' r (fiti''ntiniKMl until all nrn-nriiKOH mu I , , , pt at tlio option of tho 1'nlilinlier. nvTKs of aT)Vi:utisi.vis i i , , ,MrsT Auvkiitiskmbxts. l'or Fqiinreof 12 !,' i. i. of tliin typo, for flrKt lnnertimi 3 t ,, r arh imWijupiit insertion, !Wit, , n i'iil rof in-ertlium must he mnrknl on n.i, itiirmrntH, or thoy will ho mntiiim-il i ..,.1 i- .1 out. Transient advcitincinentH to , , , r. .r in advanf'. sr A lil ral clidoount will ho niado on tho t. those advertinini? by tho year. 1 , . u Notices will bo inserted at X1 cents per V the Vermont Tranterlpt. jlRS PETROLEUM CODFISH. IIV H. A...

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. — 27 October 1865

3 Til K VEHMONT TIJAXSCMM PT. ( )c1o1kM' 4r,. THE TlUNSQRIT. ST. ALBANS. IVIthiy. (. nr. X NO". GaJf Tlio Now York Court of Ap penis, nil the Juilgen assenting, "nave decided tltnt tlio slimes of National biinl;.s nro taxable by Stato authorities, nnd llir.t assessors hnvo n right to place thorn on tliuir local tax list. Two bills hnvo boon introduced in to tlio Vermont House of Represent." -tives looking towards n tnx of I'. 8. bonde, exempt from taxation by law of Congress. A very nblo committee, consisting of one member fioin cttr-li county, lwiB been appointed In npoit on the power of the .State to lax these bonds, cither directly or iudhcetly. the wislu :i of tlio 1'rahkhii county bar, ' e(piali.c real and the advice of Judge AldiH himsoll anil .Mott. Mcsms. Pinker of olcolt nnd Page of Hvdopurk, spoke lively in Btipport of William C. Wilson. Mr. Burt of Sw;tiitoii rw to correct statements made by tin1 gentleman from l'oultney t, Cl.uk;. The liar of Franklin count v bad not bee...

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. — 27 October 1865

TH K VERMONT THA N S(1R1 PT. 1 1 iiT. ,i..y. '' ALBANY. G7, a rj, tlio now postoflico ih (.unpletod, yet it is occu . i i. i .... .. boxes and loCK-urnwers mo been made for such intelligence, niul (hut tlio whola story is fnlso ns it is foolish. O KE HUUDItED DOLLARS Inward will be uM hr Stoasin. C. (1. Clark Co. for a medicine Hint will otirn cmiohfl, colds, croup, whoojiiiig iMnh, nrrollava ponailinptivo rough as .puck as doe's Cough Balaam. LET ALL OUH nEAEERS KNOW That Cue 'a Dxsiicnsia Cure xxill certainly cure tltn Worst oases of dyspepsia in existence, will 5inC55 Alil'fftOVit. 7 OILMAN lJ. KIXOMAN ir.V'i'mi. nr (ii i. Congregational Chimb. ' " m" Soldiers pay, Ac. ' (Mice over Weeks' M.pf,.. fall cAMrAiciNjoiv! LOOK! LOOK! WOW OrEITED AT ,,1 numbers to neeollltnodata tjpain after eating m soon jb yon take it, :U iiuni"-. and w a most excellent articles for all diseases itoiiiach and bowel. S. It. DAY, Agent, St. Alliatm, Vt. obtaining 1-tf ! I'l. Office ox. rW. ad ami linn.....

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. — 27 October 1865

Oclolxu THIS A'JiUMONT TllAJNSCll I1T. 4, trmrw jriwriincnt. Oc(olcr on flic I'arm. No month ia to bo coinpnrou Willi tliis in rioli mul vnriod nttrnotioiiH. Now Advertisements. FAMILY SEW NO MACHINE. IVI1H eplMidld Machine combine All the good qualities "l imt WI Kwnni iii'tmimnnnng Tho lmmal ,.1unyB 1ms its cl..tr...8 for Z7trVTi in' l,i,n who llns plnntrd nlid tilled . ffit-iJSrtYni. V- 2 Tr7.:r thruitsjll HlO lone Itlitl WlUUim (IIIVH 01 . In a ls'niitlfi.l md snnstantiai manner. T Miiiiinur, but October sponkB to nil who httro n heart to enjoy the splen did display of ntiluro's glowing bonn- tiCH Dnl it ig still a busy sortHon. The-root-crops will, for tho moat prut, bo ready to harvest by tho last of thin month. Potatoes are ready t be iIiir now. Thebofts will roiim next and tho carrots. The rut a baas and tur nips may lie left in the ground until Novoinbdr. Heots hIiouM be pulled and laid on tho surfaco long enough to dr', then thrown into heaps. Tho tops should bo twisted of...

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. — 3 November 1865

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. XV ill Vol. ST. AXT3ANS. VT., FETDAY, NOYEMBEE 85 1865. TI1K TRANSCRIPT, Hv im ni.isiir.n i:vi:itv riiti)Y I IKN HY A. C UTlilSB. THHMS OF" SOIS01MPTH I i.,,., r, icilnBtliepii)wrtliroitgh the Tout .()( in i milium. To Village BUlwcriber , . (I,. piipiT ly the carrier, au cnid In l Iiurcoil. , u ,t l-ar will l" adilcilvflion payment , i i m miiiiI nix inoiilliH. , r fi-.''ntintii-1 until nil arrcnraRM art- x' .t nt (lie upturn f tho l'lililinlier. hti:" oi-1 AivmtTisrxo i ii sr n mTiHVMrvTt. - Per square of 12 ..r ihm tvpe, f"r tlrt insertion 7.1 i . ii Ii Hiibwiiit nt atiKt-rtioii, "-S5 emit, , i .if uim-rti'-iiH muBt lie marked on ii-nt or tlii'T will 1' continued ,. ..lit. Trniii lit aihiTluieiiii'iiU to i , t in jilwineo. Vi . i il ilitconnt will be inmle on tlio ..tit advi rtlNitiR by the yi nr. , , in ks will be inwrtetl at 12J coats per 10 easily porsuadod hcmolf etctpo punishment amid tho plaudits wns very wealthy. Brolly of the rabble? francs, sho th...

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. — 3 November 1865

o rri j u v kkjviois;t tuvVNSc '.ri.pt. f THE TUANSCIUPT. ST. ALBANS. VHiltty. Xm'. il. 15. Doings at Monlpeiicr jlVn.i. 1K.U. Ho immediately estnb- lIRHPil lll!llOH 01 uaui rstieiii. Tuut has ... . 1 l-r..,.1l llw.rn lilt ll.n t.l-..c.l. Jiio J ill' 80Sloll Of I 111' (l(l,!.l It . . . .. . . i . - i . . t . . i i.. .i . Ill V rl l ntrt. i f h (ilntv lelwi I li ;i ! I upwnann Assistant .imigo oi j' rniiK-, : v, ,, VP. i oiii allowing seven i i j ; , of State pnv to substitutes . lin County Court two yens, In 1H5.S nnd.l8."!) ho was ii 18i0-.rl. im-nilwr ii m- llong. lilt' per month was le- tou T.ili ., !. !) H. '. Me , lbutis. Dr. I:i, 'vi"M'l. ,11'flil a plpT on Ase-.ti S Me-Ceilloni, (inn on e-imninil Tlie auiuml nelilress by Dr. .( llmVi,m.m,IMM,.l., .,,,.1 it-,... iO.etoiUiV a I '1 I'I.' . V ol o By tho last steamship from Kurone mnn of tho Committee -m Claims l.olli " U)" A;i ir nltnr.il C. i ,i..t t....i venr. In lHiiit he wis olee-tod (ho ! heir '''I"'1 f "'""pa.ii wo lotuu i...

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. — 3 November 1865

TJ I 10 VJmtONT T.RANSCn.tPT. ;oV(,lulH 1 ...1.,M. '-J III I Ilil.i.l'w'W' 1 " ST. ALBANS. No. . isti: K diinis' lecture untitled , ,is. and Thistles gleaned F T 1 t . 1.. tint f.Mtvt r Cll (II Will! I'l will imili ,1,1,. Hush," will In- repented , v. ning. Nov. lid, nt Acnd ;,r a plato tf thin Hindi, , the iiioderiilo one of twen- it ID miV.rd Micalists in ;i hi itisemi'iit (,'ivcn m j i,i iiulinited tli nt they iin' Concert nt St. Al- ,t on thti eveninp; of ,. stli, nt Acndo- i 1 Arii.rx. , , " dried, peril i iimonlion nt lTanlt-) Udanm, i.t bii'ul, i . t -t.. -ii rrni. lier lb., lirection of Jlr. ((oorgof , , , )sl ' .. ' .. Iiidd at fho timo of i 1 "l s- 'r '"i"1 It commenced on mII hit four iliiVH. i i y ( iiicful paper, the I' i . hoi s fit to ropy 1 the YlJ.MuVI Tuvns- i,..t tn credit them to - it 1ms done recently. Ill rspcet the feelings Hy-. 1 1 l 'otenipoiiirieu in ulti n. of St. Albans, in 1 1,. Vermont and Can t n'lpany, w .is run ovor . n nt St. Allmns on i 1 - i injur...

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. — 3 November 1865

4. iirmrrjs' gr;ulmci.t. How Aiwrr nm B.tnrfs ? Aro thoy in coniplolo ordor for tlio winter? If not, non is tlio titno to put Uiem bo. For horses find cnttlo to thrive in llcsli, or for cows to yiold good sup plies of milk in wintor, thoy must bo kopt warm. In order to do this they must hnvo n wasteful snpornbundnnco of food. Tho brirnynrd, whevo during pleasant days tho stock will spend much of their timo in winter, ought to bo protected on tho north and west sides by tho barns, or shod, or by fencos high and tight. There ought to bo somo shodH that the stock can run under whenever thry choose, find they should be so large that all can find room. A good supply of straw, leaves, or othor litter, will not only koop tho cnttlo dry find warm, but will absorb manures which would otherwise go to waste. And, while pleading for warm and cozy wintor quarters, wc also put in a plea for good air within thorn. Tlio stall should bo cloanod twico a day, nnd at evening tho floors strewn with saw ...

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. — 10 November 1865

i THE VERMONT TRAN 3 TTr ill Vol. 2. ST. AX.BA.3STS, VT., F"RTBAY, NOV TQMB'JilR lO, 13G5. P TUB TRANSCRIPT, nni-isiiKD eveiiv i'iuray 13y HENRY A. CUTLER. TKUMS OF HUllSCllII'TIDS I To Iho-c receiving tho papr through the rost ,.( ' s i.OH per annum. To Village subscribers "ninfi tho paper by the carrier, 50 , in A.Mitn'ii bo charged. F ft '' lit" y,,iir wiU 1,0 !U,,,C(1 w,U!n l"1)"1" . ,i. liw d Ik'ToihI oil moiitlw. , mnrr (WonUiined mitU all arrearages are yui, l't at tho "lltl()" f 11,0 I'ul'lialnr. JIATHH OK ADVHUTIHIJIO I TnlV'SIEST AlVE!lT!KMl:STS 1'er square of 12 i , ,,r Irtt, f thifl typo, for first insertion 7 n(ti fT i-ai'h subsequent insertion, as ciil, 1 1. mimlH r of insertions must bo marked on .i a 1 1 , rtim-roenta, or they will bo continued . i, nnl'Ti-rt out. Transient advertisements to ill' paul for m advance. g- K liberal discount will lie, mado on the alo th'""' advertising by the year. 1 1 ,i! NoTUT) will bo insorted at 12J cunts per THE RETURN. arn! I wonde...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 November 1865

S3, Tl-IK VJ1UMCXNT TEANSCR1PT. THE TKANSCIUTT, ST. ALBANS. KrUlny. IN'oV. lO, ISO j. TlinnksghlngI)aj In Vermont. Govoruor Dillingham lias appointed Thutsdny tho Seventh tiny of Decern bor next ns a day of public praisu nnd thanksgiving, throughout Hub common wealth. Tlio National Thanksgiving is sot for tho same day. Tlio procla nintion of Governor Dillinghnm will nppenr huieafter. " ft -. II.. Indifference to lliunan Lire. Indifference to liumnn life hnB bo como iccently one of the most con spicuous characteristics of our country nnil our ago. Explosions on steam boatfi. collisions on railroad, and oth er liko perils havo become nlmost us familiar as household words. Tlio nar rative of such casualties excites scarce ly an emotion unless perchance some of the victims oinbra'o some relative, friend or acquaintance An arrange ment of one's worldly affairs, ns it n return weio not probable, ncems n mattor of conn c bcfoie taking a jour ney or u phmsuro excursion. If one should sigh f...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 November 1865

"ffovemlper IP. THE TI-rE VERMONT rnANSCHTPT. a TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. IO, IH(IB. n)'t r in r" s I in"' r: u association of young gontlo ; St. Albans nro making iiv- 'noiuents, wo understand, for n so- c li-ptttrcs to bo given nt bt. Al- Jnring the coining winter, bov- . .... i ,.p turers niivu uuuu untjuyuu, ui :fnli1fi itnfipti will lin p Mining num."." ,,-ti heienftor. Wo trust this praisc thy undertaking will bo duly on- , w d. YVo nro sorry to learn tlinl tho . r. t cii I 11 JuscpU II. fiKinnor, 01 ot. iiumiiK, 1 .....1 wmtif sirl n ntill fciit,. , x uivf rfalist Society ut Mnlonc, N. in common with a largo number ffr,. ihIs and acquaintances wo regret ... .Itpnrturc from town, of Mr. Skin II.. is Hupcrintendent of com , n b,h..ls for St. Albans, and will I .t idly fuliil tho appointment l y him for tho examination of , November lath, wlncli is au . - ,1 in another column. During . t .i Mr. Skinner has resided in l m.by his uniform urbanity Hlmlnily attainments ho has won trur...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 November 1865

i kijLr .an., ami TKA-ISTSGJLLPT. i ' ' f" 1 - '1 m W I' 1 m farmers' gciwrtmcnt. Farm Work for November. nvimlinr in nn nvnnllnti! limn in ' which to clean up about tlio fields; to cut brush nml tear up their roots about tho walls, nml cart awny Bomo of tho rich accumulations that have gathered there. Tho brush, however should not bo burned under tho walls, as the ashes afford tho best sourco of a future growth. A good time to dig or sink stones out of tho way of tho mowing machine, or those that have remained for many years in tho cart-path, or havo been in tho way about tho dwell ing. Split tho corn hills, if it was not done in Octjber, which will facilitalo tho rotting of tho corn-stalks and roots, turn up a now portion of tho soil to the air and groatly assist tho plowing in tho spring. It also covers tho weeds that ought not to havo grown. Storo away loam, leaves, or, what is bettor than either, good muck, whore it can bo obtained at all times in the winter, to covor tho dropp...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 24 November 1865

! THE TRANSCRIPT. VERMONT S i.ifO TJIH TRANSCRIPT, i i m.isin i) i:v;.i;y rniDAY in:NinA. cutlek, t.'jms or m liscisii'TKiv i Hip p ip r through the lVwt- BT. ALBANS, VT, FRTPAY, 3STO V IilMBKK 24, 1S65- 3STo. 89. nr.- z.xrin.r .i 7 i i i u : i i . hi r l.v tl making nio believe you throw it to ward mo." "Does jour excellency think I hnvo it?" he naked; nml boforo T could an swer, I Saw, in plnco of the ball, a largo, beautiful roso, which ho wan balancing by the atom, nnd yet lie had m will i if mliVd wlii n payment 1 stirred his linger. .,.1 enrri.r, no tnt m not altered his position ivud scarcely 1 -l 111 ItitllH. ilriuoil 'inlil n ! Mjitlllll nl tin 1 nrrnrngen arc Publisher. itii j I begin to be astonished. I "While yet I looked, I saw in his i right hand n largo cup, and in his loft, 1 the- rose. lie stepped forward a few or AnvKUTisixo i i ,uiFMi sr. I'll' iqnixro of 12 i th t in- tur nrst lnwrttiiti i .ui.-mn. nt iiwrti'iu, -Menu, i foo( njd the rose down on the ground, f ti...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 24 November 1865

2, T.I-L.K VBBMONT TRA.NSORIPT. November THE TttANSOJRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Ki-ldn.V. Nov. SM, 1HU5. iVotice. ?pi;olnl Tnt: Siuv!niiir.it tiIsIioh to secure at onrc tin amices if a peraon, who lias I mil cxiinco in llic liuainc-ss, to aisitlst lti tho cdllorl.il (lcpm t ltirnt of Tun VcnMosT Tiusrciiut. One who In iHiRxi'Sfcd nf ft L-ooit bimineAH fitriiHv. nbil in billing to solicit ruWriptiuiii., Aihcrtinlng, ami ' nud when future generations fin The Execution or Wirz. Our readers havo ulrondy been in formed of tho oxocution of Wirz, tho hardened wrotcli who starved and maltreated our Union soldiers nt An dcrsonvillo. Ilia life paid tho forfeit for deeds unparalleled in tho calendar of atro cious offences. His memory will do- Ilon. Williiiiu II. Seward. Wo gave in n rdouit nntnbor of tho Thanwiiipt a few extracts from u speech mndo at Auburn, N. T., by Roc 1 1 t:u y Si ward. Like everything else from the lips of th it distinguished statesman tho remarks lliero made overflowed with soun...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 24 November 1865

Thltt VJGKMOjSTT '.I.MiANSCHI L5rr. 8 . i --rr-i n i l I ! Ull ST. ALBANS. ri..ly.TN'v..lM; We purpose printing Iho nets of , jjist Rcssi.m of tho Legislature, in , j'uxt two numbers of tho Than- , n. T.t Col- C. G. Chandler has ro- t ,1 tu Kcono, N. II., wharo ho 18 i l ... 1.,. nlinoliirn Itnil Koad The Burlington Ninas clironiclos r, lunation of Gyles Morrill, Esq., ,,nt. UiUnt of tho Vermont Ceu ' llnlrad. and suggests that Ilor ' j I, .rklin, Esq . present assistant , , ,,t, txlfiit, is likely to bo hio suc- 1'lwiU V. Perkins., of St. Albans, .r tt, r Alcthanie of the Vermont Con- ; I .1 ' 1 lucrative position to SUponn- j 1i.i .,f lrlnmr.;,.n. ) Hi, nnniifactuio ol Jocomotnos X... St Albans. liwenflfT mentions ,,isisof insult to women, yi the ,i at. Albans, in tho evening, I c vs "We regret that such is the .t wonuiu cannot walk our s aftt-r dark without clangor of it i Mi'lrlH'C." u' j md has boon broken for the p.tsRfiigor staiiou-nouso at at. It will be spacious and add 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. — 24 November 1865

jSTovembcu'1 4- v.. . t - i V. ,Mi jmncro' department. Now Advorfeisomonts. Tkmpkh is Tak..tixo Stock. The , farnipr'n slnel: nrouwl him rttirtnlir-B ' more or Iohr of tho cjiiality of the own er or tlirmo who attend upon it. A man's itilliiriuo is imported to his boasts, particularly the Iioi-bph, woikiiiK-cnttlo, niul (ho milch cowh. A limn of irrascililr. temper pels up iiprvousiiPRi in a horse or a cow. The bruto horoniPH afraid ofhini; niul, if of n vicious nature, is apt to be hurt fully, Rpitefully inlluoileeil, pcrlnps ino-' flainiahly spnili'ilY hoir-a. a, miltl i tempered, (liM-riiniiiatnc ninn will 'inililnlly Rtnooih down the aspei itit'H f a harhh diflpoiitmn. Wo have knov, n tilch court, wild an a deer, brought to smooth trnetabilitv. The man is a ; lienor - and hi ttprrinr inflnonro II bn coininunir it"d. Wise stock M keep fon'iH and kiitants out of ick-yuids. Good Fecp. Tlirro is more in those j o word than most ftti uumh imagine, icy embody the groat hoiti-I in huc ...

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