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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 5 January 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. sir :hit st. lbajsts, vv., :iv-h.t:j-a.y, janiiary 5, ise-, No. 94: Vol. .j i ' HIE TKANSOIUIT, 1( FftMIHll KVKHY FUIDAY ,xti.A- a -mm .V.U. ThllMS !' Srill in rn' , , , inK the li.ipor through tlie Posl ..(Mh". annum. T.iViUngoBulwcribprH , i, pp r " 11,0 cnrri01' n() 1,1 ' ',, xi'irTtUbe milled when payment 'lH Mil Ml lllfllltll". , ,, ..ntumi il tintil nil nrrcsarngoM are '' i t Hie option nf the PtiblUher. It VV. OL' VnVKKTISIXn I s ,,uiiTist.MF.NTa. l'or8quaroori2 s , tvn... fur find iiiHcrtinn i, h snli-i'ipu'iit itieertlon, " , , ,.r intrti'ii inuxt bo marked on , llt. or they Mrlll be continued 1 .,n. Transient advertisements to ,i mitotic'. . ...Ml 1 - . 1 .... l,rt .!.. r l lWmill Will IJU UIIUIU Ull !,.it N hi ntr t I i , those advertising by hu year. ,. . . .1 lot iti- i I H Will Uv 1I18UI lull v i'.- HY,.m !' Itanner of light, tit HOME OF MY SPIRIT. x AA'Ulnn. HY J, I10MKKK, Jit. it ,r ,l ami writ ! the Journey of Lifi. -U"i' . . , 3 I (l ilill 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. — 5 January 1866

o. THE TK'AJi'Sdi'Il'T, ST. ALBANS. .JTrlilny. .Tun. 1HOO. tgy The Burlington toify .7?)ira conies to us in n neat dross mill much enlarged in size. It lms the nppe"nr xz - Vermont III Vj VJUUMONT TEANSC'R 1 PT. .Slate Temperance Convention. Tlio Vermont State Tcmpornnco So- Hcnpy Winter Davis. Tho boldest ntiU moat brilliant no iitiemn, lawyer, oiator, statesman, of Senator Oollamcr. Tho New York following Observer rolntcs tho Into ! The New Ycnr. Tho now Ycnr lms dnwncd upon us in tlio placid mildness of an unusunl ' winter; and in joyful consonanco with tho harmony of tho elements, Poaco again crowns our borders and over shadows tho land. Wo wish our rend ers and patrons a most cordial "Hap py Now Year," and may tho glad chnngo in tho destinies of our country, revivify ovory heart. Tho past yoar has been fruitful in important events, and among them we may count tho suppression of Hid armed robollion by tho military supo riority of tho loyal stales; so that wo now have only to dea...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 5 January 1866

5. January 'the TIUNSORLF'L ST. ALBANS. The frii'iula of tho Thanbcuiit tlr.nijjhout the county, will confer u h-liuK fnvor by Bonding ub tiny Horn j,., v8 transpiring in tliuir vicinity. ' i.,i, inrtv interest its rundors, unit. v 1 I 1.. j who nro not noun iu jmmfjiM.-,,.-,. vli fivo us facts in their own ln- . .'11 l.rir. Hint.) mi 111 i llilr" flllll WU Will UlUOiJ IHCIil iij , ar 1u-t styles. we pa to pross wo lenrn Hint ih. 5lissisqoi Dank, of Sheldon, has f , uy ' H" lP"ded payment. Tho i .,,. ,rs of tlio bank ntwurc- the hold ,,,,f lulls that they will bo redeemed u i- ,,.n ai they nro nblo to collect in indebtedness to tho bank. As l Jirctlnrs nro liablo upon thoir I'nJs. we think tho public will ovont- i, BuffiT no loss. Ii North Western Vormont Mu ,. rd t -mention is now in flossiou in t Milage. It is under the direction ' pr f L. O. Emerson of Boston, ns .', 11y Prof. Cobb and Mrs. Little Huston Thero nro ovor one hun- Veil nr 1 fifty s'"gc1'9 "l attendance ! fr ,io n1ir...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 5 January 1866

4-. J ai uinry jfarmrw" gjrimriiimit. New Advertisements. Swbxed Uaos in Cows. Mr. Smith, of Miildlefiehl considered it high ly important to provoiit swelled bag in cows, to get tho milk nlf out. Ho had given saltpeter in doses of n spoonful, and poke root (I'liytulacca dotlccamlia) with ben eficial results. Mr. Bond, of "Worces ter has used cold water and lurkoy's oil in similar cases successfully. Mr. Gngo, of Leominster, applied molas fces and effected a euro in a short time. Piofessor Chadbourno snid that tho soft animal oils all possessed similar qualities, and that one or all of them might have a good oll'ect when applied. Lard and cieo.soto might bo substitut ed for bacon fat. Mr. Bull, of Har vard, had saved a valuable heifer by tho uso of water as hot as could bo borne, applied to the swelled udder. Mr. Stone, of Sturbridgo, used hot wa ter and soap with good results. Mr. Slcndmau, used n seton of poke root in the brisket, in caso of garget. Mr. Tidd, of Braintrce, had lost...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 12 January 1866

THE VERMON RANSCRIPT. r ;nrr 2. THE TRANSCRIPT, vi 11MHUEP Kvr.uv l'lllllAY Uy UKNBY A. CUTLEll. TlJItSIS OP S(!IISCUI1T10 I ,, rM i-ivin8tlioimj)orthrotiRh thol'ost w.od pi t annum. To Villas0 subscribers .nil i)i niarRMi. Vol. ullHi..Ulwlwnimyni.tlliad0l1'hiyil,S ho1' luuul P"-8uasivoly I month. ! upon his arm, "forgot tho folly that i , i r.i a vi r i , i ii. niid mx .J 1 1 IIVTB1? OI Al)VI51tTIHI0 I , nr.nTinF.MKNTS. Per square of 12 . , ,,f tins iv. for Unit iiiMrtiim 7f ' niit i ji ii niiljoeiiu'jnt innertion, ruin, .1.. t i.f UlRl- rtions nuiHt l)c marked on i , ;,,, mriilK, or thoy will be cnntinilr-d I , nnt. Transient adrortiseiuunts to . It l n K'l !. j ,j- K I I" ral ilinconnt will be made on tlio I i t. t hme ailvorti-ing by tho-year I i, .Tii 1 1 will bo inserted nt 12JcciiU jxir V, , the rnoni TranieripU j f or a moment tno excited youth ANNIVERSAItY- OFA.f'Stooil injegolutu, antliilHiu rushtMl out THE DECISION. 11 S. A. W. i imiir ilo I hold again It held, trhieli Ml...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 12 January 1866

TTT'K 1 1 WK TRANSCRIPT, ST. ALBANS. Krlclny. .Tun. 1 3. 1. Tlic Past Year. Tbo pnst vonr 1ms been filled with Would realize large profits and restore tho funds of tho Imnk. When this wiis done, lio might have had uo idea of robbing tho bniik, bnt only to nvort ! f tin susnicions of the Dim-tors these operations ho has bei-n unsuc cessful. Disaster nftcr disaster fol lows iu its train. Ho goes to Now important ovonts. ars mat rumors i Y0rk,"the bnso of nil these operations, of wars murders and assasslnuliona- i ni)(l (horo finds ho cannot rodpom the robberies and startling defalcations -pcaco missions and poace-like mens uros nltoniplod negotiations and compromisostlie triumph of arms, tho suppression of a gigantic rebellion jug the companion of his bosom, his nnd final restoration of poaco.havo fol- young child, and all his numerous ro lowcd each other in rapid succession, lotions. Thoso aro familiar to us all. They , n js another of tho results of the bring joy and torrow and 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. — 12 January 1866

January 1 2. tj-iig v:ekm;ojstt teansobipt. o XI1H TKANSOIIIPT. ST. ALBANS. jn.ii.,..m. 3a 1H"' Tin- wis.-iicrcH wlio lmvo boon pro . ; ft mild nd opon wlnlor, havo t,r past ffv days lmd tho bittor .en.".' of slnndiug fnco to fnco ( un i.-u-arjuorod lordship. Dur- j ,, oldest of tho pnst low days, v Ulmtis, tho thorinomolor stood . ,,i ,1, ,jrf, vh below zoro. At llunt- ., C E , on tho Gth inst., thf ,. ,, is Mid to nave n il to dU tie- . 1 ., , , previous to lho J.was in town yesterdav. , a i,nv zero rather chilly. 11 . ' . , . , . He had jtuit returned from Sheldon, umlrrstand an cftort is being VL whoro hb hfl(1 been investignting t . oi-nizo it ('" '"P ithp books of the above bank. It has m HI Albans. ,)pon rol,0,.le( hnl tj10 booka 8i,OW0( (lul; Burr, whoso restaurant u deficit of $10,000 provious to 1851. r, MnriRon JJlook, Lako street, has rr. Howes soon convincod the dirce , ,iUj,nnourtableivkegof oyBlorsJtors that it was a mcro clerical error! I, uft. r a fair and impartial...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 12 January 1866

4: gniarlmfnt. Cautions for those Having Sheep. Ye copy iho following excellent suggestions about sheep, from n circu lar issued by F. C. D. McKay, Esq., the gouoral agent of tho American Emigiant Compiny. Tho compnuy liavo already over 10,000 alioop scat tered among tlio farmors who have purchiihod land of thorn, in flocks rang ing in size from fifty to two hundred head. 1. Keep sheep dry under foot with littor. This it? oven inoro necessary than roofing them. Never lot (hem bland or lio in mud or snow. f) 'Piit.'n it n Inmh Iwelrs early in the " "... munnicr, and keep tliem nj) until JJo-1 uhi: spunm n Numbi rs, show v.uU-, ln.ii.. o comber lit, following, when they may j i SKroit'il-rf.'i.S;1. ,p T' be turned out. j -r-, -TPQrnrTTT nnirr rr fl. Drop or take out the lowest bai-:STEEL pEN M ANUFAOTUItERS. as tho Hheep enter or leave a yard, thus wiving broken limbs. I. Count ovory day. 5. Jogin graining with tho greatost euro, and use tho smallest quantity -at ! tlm tirst. ! (5. If...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 19 January 1866

VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. :h ;mr Vol. 2. ST. AT, J WAISTS, VT., miDAT, JANITARY lO, ,18GG. THE THE TRANSCRIPT, rt'IlMSlint) CVJJHY I'MbAY FJKXHY A. CUTL15II TKIUIS OV Nl!HSCUllTIO.V t , , I, n rc iviiis Hip PUP" llirmifili the Itont-S-4.(i(l pr ninuim. To Village HlHcrilicrrt , i(r ll' ;iJwr '' "to oanlor, W vent in ., ,1 n.ll bo charged. i . lit- ft vrar will bo oddodwlien payment .1 1m yiind hH months. . .....1 ....III nil imMMMifiu nm 'It' l' lH"eil01lul"1 im tiin iimgw i.i v i , v pt ut Uio upturn of the l'nlilislior. j HVTKS Ol' AUVKUTISIXUl ,11 nt Apvk.hthiements. - Por square of 12 of lliw tpc. fr tlrnt iimiu'tion 51 ,,!'. ijiii ut iiiftcltluti, -M mil. , , , . , l , , r f lnrcrtiimn inuxt br marked on ii-i n' nt-, or tlii-.v will 1m- continued 1 ..ut. Tranwriit ndi rtmcnifiitB to ( i in nilvaiiei'. v . ;.il dirtcount will be mado on the " , ,. . ,., tli w advottlrinff by Hie yenr. , 1. 1 -i will be Inserted at IS cent per THE CHILDREN'S PRAYER. i i the Kinf?dum of Ilo&vim.'' !...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 19 January 1866

th k v joumot tjr aks( mil pt. miriA rpi) 4 vtjni?! PT tho unwavering' resolution, tho sloop JL 1 1 11 I Jul iiuWI 1 1 J? I loss devotion, nnd tho ovor foililo i'o sources of Edwin M. Stanton." ST. ALBANS, r-'rltti.?'. .frm. in, INOO. Canadian ResponslbllHr. CiT A neighboring cotomporary, noticing our connection with the- Jo sc;k", makes several mis-statements, ' wlilch wc sholl not stop to nolico, with Our foreign minister, Mr. Adams, 1 ono or two exceptions. Wo not or has had another long correspondence I were insido an oflico where u Know M, it,- nnw British minister. Lord ! Nothing paper wus published nt the , .i:rr. .,. timo, unless our neighbor publishes existing between tho United Stntcs nud Grcnt Britain in rotation to com- unless our such a paper. Wo nro not. aware that wo were over in Mr. M. F. Wi'non's t nt?. ....... ..1 . enipiov. t o eoixiuciou a lonnmg Franklin County Supreme Court, into hotiiitio8. I should regard Una .?niumi Tinn, nr.n. ' n fliroftil uriltimity if mt...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 19 January 1866

j -v TILK rJi1.0NT TJIANSCR1PT. Xllli TltANSCRII'T. ST. ALBANS. ------ Vallted atthis Office, J2d- ,ltl,l bu8Uiossnun,ofuntiuc8lionii-col)y 1 ,rnctcr, to wliom steady employ-1 , .t will be given. Death of Dr.JfF. Stevens. ! niiiiounconiiMit ne donth of Hir nn r Stevens will bo received , profound rogrot by tho ontiro iMtj. He had bocomo ondearod iar" portion of tho people of this tt through his professional asso u with them. Ho was born in V I iiis and was forty years old at t in i f his death. At an early l in evinced a dogroo of talent i Lit.li order. Ho received his ed , principally at tho Academy in t wn His close application to fompelled him to abandon ; , n account of impaired health. rprtmlly regaining his health, .0. hid medical studios with imrgy. "d nftcr graduating r,., b nl collogo, settled in tho . ..f hi-i profession in his native xi. rr lie has remained until his ls a physician, few mon in i,tl)uo acquired grantor emi , ., I hkill. Kvor sympathizing i..nuiur towards 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. — 19 January 1866

TI I K V IORMOKT TBAKSORlFr. January yt) i - 'limmi S rum-fin rut. TJic I'olalo AIlOUTfia lllSTOUV, VAM.1 AND llLTlihE. The Cumnion J'othlo (. lienmum). if) siBceituined to ofSouth botli in Sulanvm tu 1)0 a native Fads Worth Kcmcinbering. It in worlli whitti f6r all frtrjnOit?, e cry whore, lo roirwmibor Hint thor oiifth ctilluro is hotter than tlireo mortgages on their fnrm. That nn oflensivo war ngninul weeds i8 livo times le?n opmite than n dc- Ainericn, it having bcrh found ! frumve one Ducnos A vi es mtd Uliili. It , Tlmt pood fciirt-H nhvn.AS pay belter T. 0. WISLOW. II M I II IN FASHIONABLE FURNITURE! ORNAMENTAL & DECORATIVE PAINTER PICTURE FRAMES Fmuilure is money shortest notict . and floitsc i nt; Good. is i.c-millar b n hillv mid rotikV Soil ! than law-Hnits with neighbors. nmUltDuriblios near the wn' Ati That hfiy is a Brent deal cheaper tho'timo of tho discovery of Anftirfca, Innde in the aunuuor than puroliaBctl il in tiw1.tli1if rwllt rriVllf'n til Andes of .South...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 26 January 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, V7HT -HIT -5 Vol. rl'WJSHED KVEtlY 3'ltll)AY Uy HENBY A. OUTLEK. TBIIMH OV HUIISCKIPTHMT I thoio receiving tho pftpor throtiBji ,lllJ,10,t r ., S J.K per annum. To A Wage nbterilers mo? tho rPer br tho carrier, oo cn.t. in ' JiUOt, will be cbarBtd. ' r rtv I'nitH a year will lie added when payment ( v (1 beyond Mx months. ,ir discontinued until nil Arrearages are . 'J, except at the option of the Publisher. HATES OF A!VKItTI8I.Vai , ment ADvr.iiTiseMBSTa.-Per fuuiare of 12 .or lifcf. of tin two, for first insortlon SI, ' ,1 1-nl'fc l"t iUHCrtioil, as crnl,. ti tnmbrr of Insertion nuiHt bo marked on vcrtmeiiicnts, or tlioy will ho contlnuud , i. p d out. Transient advertisements to ' ' 1 f jr in advance. err K l'b ral discount will be luado on tho . u " itc's to thoso ad ortisinn by tho year. 1 1 it Sincra mil bo inserted at 10 cents per For lite Vermont Trantcripl. IAN-UNLUCKY DAY. nr 8. a. vr. It was one of those horrid daya, Wlitn tires will either anioko o...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 26 January 1866

TUB TKANSG1UPT, . ST. ALBANS. iU-Uuxy. .Inn. Jt 1NIHI. fot thrco ycals, mc Suffrage Hill. The bill which is now bcfovo Con gress simply extends tho right of suf frage in Iho District of Columbia by sinking out the word "white" from fill Intra fintt ordnances now in force. Sovcral amendments wesro introduced by Mr. Halo of New York, making the following qualifications necessary in all persons irrespective of color, in or der to entitle them to vote: First. Those who can rend tho constitution of tho United States. Second, Those who aro assessed for and pay taxes on real or personal properly within tho District. Third. Thoso who have served in and been honorably discharged from tho military or naval servico of tho United States; and to restrict such rights of suffrage to tho classes named, and to include proper provisions ex cluding from tho right of suffrage those who havo borno aruiB against the United States during tho lalo re bellion, or given aid and comfort to onid rebellion. Ex-...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 26 January 1866

TI 110 VJWTJ MONT T Li A HC1"CTT1 t HIE TKArSbUKU 1. rold his flir J acres 'i.ooo. ST. aLB'AN1 W ft $ U i ..,-..r. nt this Office, yV 1 1 1 , t rl,tnrnnd business um, -1 1- ..i.....nninv. lo whom nor- . li.ill l""-' ' V. H. Milbuni, tho "Blind .. it V... iii.v 1pr!..M1'f1I Thm'fiday) ovening u iiu'j " hat n buna man saw in The well-known character will no doubt nil tlio Korly years ngo thc-'sanle fnlm 'wns Bold for $1000. SMALL QUANTITY. . One teaspoonful of that world rcnuwiied reme dy, Coo's Dyspepsia Cure, taken after meals, will cnabl.- tlio most continued dyspeptic to cat nny , tiling lm chooses, without fear ot auy distressing , enecis. 11 is a messing to an w no are uouuicu with diseases pel tabling to tlio stomach anil bowels. The proprietors of Coo's Cough Halsam nay, toljo httlo ami often. Doctor tlio throat ami bronchial tubos, nut tho slnniach. TUli Li tliu secret or its success, it will not narm yon to ; j., Special mtt$. ( cash wanted! Now Ih the lime f'irall in want o...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 26 January 1866

4 . - 'lonnji' Stock Calves nml Jambs, well trentccl, will innko belter cows and sheep tlinn if nruloctcd niul allowed lo filiift for L IhciiiRclvos. Wo know Hint Bhecp im nrovc n irobd ilcnll both in wool mid i .nutton, on good keeping Tho sa.no i i'.y'jjtlc is especially tbo crtso with calves. t ravPi i tnliiit'r to the Atlantic Monthly, etc. What yon want is not to f:Uen, but to I Thu win ir iiic mmi nuduming, rtrii keep up a Btrong, healthy growth, j "" Wi'im"..,! u.""" At tins season, good, Mvect liny nuu r,tiiiiiorMiigMiiit-ct n littlo milk, no matter if it is not nil " ' !" sweet, nml a litllo oat mcnl mixed in, will pay for itself in tbo tbrilty growth which it will induce. A littlo extra care, at this period of growth, is nuns to bo rewnrded nt n latter ago. Tho treatment of calves, winch wo have often Seen sucn n8 turning out, i I r rrrncH lnfnrn tliotf-r.ro Old cnollL'l). i n ' d enough, wbnf tliov Wliat Uiey i nnd rcntiiritic them to cat know litllrf about, or die is cru...

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. — 2 February 1866

CRIPT. Vol. 2. T. ALLANS, "VT., F'RIID-A-Y, FTOimiTyVIlY 1S66. jSTo.98. THE VERMONT TRANS THE TRANSCRIPT, ri-iii.!Hin.t) i;vr.itv ritiDAY HKNItV A. CUTLEK. TIJItMS CM' SOIIHC-im'TIOS I , rrr'ivinRthniwrttirtURji the Post 8 j.oi) pi-r imum. To Village mibsorilMirs r the pijuT by tho i-arriur, SOccnu ill 'lM"i!! Ik- i-lian?rd. . i . nts n y nr will bo tulilodtthen payment ; a bi'Tuml civ months. , n, r ilisc-iintmiiecl ""til nil am-nr-agos nro , v. ; ' ut tbe opti-iii of the Publisher. itvrijs (!' "aivi:ktisi.vcs I ,v , - m AovinTiiir.MKNiH.- Per square of 12 I, ..r tint typo, for llrnt insrrtion SI. I, .. iI.'m pu-nt ilim-l'tioii, MS eiiit. Vy I 1M1' i r nl lllHtirll.1111 lllllBV iu mm hru i.n in nts, or tlu-y will bo continued I ..,it. Traimifciit adrortiitoniunU to II U'll ll'K' - ral discount vrtll bo Wade on tho ;,, thcc advurtwing by the year. a 'Wi will bo inserted ut 15 cents per the BEAUTIFUL ARMY NUBSE. n. MLLI.1M UOKS WALLACE. i i ii, r !", Uhotib they shir . ,u uiilit Mum ...

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 February 1866

February 2. o Tl I K V KUMONT TH VBSCRIPT THE TRANSOM"!', ' " ST. ALBANS. COiisilHUIonnl Amendment. Tlio moxemcnts of President John son with reforonco to his policy upon nnv nmondtnont of the Constitution nto wntched with much attention mid interest. His conversations with dis tinguished Senators and Roprosonta tives are at onco made known to the public through the associated press and otherwise as foreshadowing his policy. He is inclined to conserva tism in his recommendations to Con gress. This of course displeases those who are inclined to the oxtrcmo verge ofultraism upon every subject thoy favor or oppose. It is well known that the constitution now stands in tho way of many radical reforms which certain enthusiasts nro induced to favor, and thoy go to theProsidoiit. Ho is said to have had tho following conversation during the past week with a distinguished sofiator: "The President said ho doubted the propriety at this lime of making any further amendments to tho Constitu tion....

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 February 1866

TII10 VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Till! I HAioJivn a. ST. ALBANS. IITt,,s Mnirrmn. Tho corpo- M'thl" WOailOSUIiy uvuiimg K- attnirlel. THO JJoani ox .1 " i, throng" UU'ir ciiairinuii, inmiu .' ,',t which was Itiiil on tho table, '.uijfct i" 1rainngo wan not favor- , ,nsi.li-rccl by lho luecliiig and , i uiiinvyrin-tioii for that pur w.ih rrfuccd. Mtl.jf-rt of firo onginos and rosor lV n considerably discussed ft ml Urf ,-spity in our village geuorally t, .1 No appropriation could bo i r I hat purpose because tho . : iMluitcd COUkt HOt 00 aSCCr- I I with any dogixjo of ccutainly I'tnig ol young men was oftfco of Dowoy & Noble ' wiling of tho 2Cth ult, for the of forming an association to ; 1..1 Tie D Ir Ten ban ft. l U'il riC'SlCleni, ami A. U. Oai- I Practice of Thyme. . ., ,.,, I,,., nn, imii. ' Sec. Rimaiks'madeby tlie late celebrated Dr. s, ii. tary pro Jen. Ino chau , i.nviPk, lliiiviK-lpliia. I. J .Tolin"V. Nrwtoll, GeorgO1 "emar'.H nmdo by Dr. Ei.hraim Mel).ro-- 1 u i-i. , e.l, 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. — 2 February 1866

ti i k v krjug:st tr 1: tfinunjs' gfiai'tiim... T!R?i "Work wit Wlstlti. Tho bnrn nlmold Iio kept iidnt in every respect, ,.o tlmt llio cnttlo may lio upon dean litter itnil hrentho ptuo air. Sen tlmt no cracks Jot in n rUrrnuh of old air directly upon a cow or an ox while tied up and cnimot get away from it. Tlio burn cellar should be ho tight us to prevent cold drafts from coming up under the stock us it is lying down ml night, mid nlso to prevent manure from freezing, so Hint it may bo over hauled or called out dining tho win tor. (live the horses a few carrots nt ... ... i i. noon, nntl lliey win kooh snow n siuei. iX,n.;s win tinl tim lihictriitcd rinvimiogi IllnnkCtS nil ' .1 J eal Journal for mt iiitrrt -iiiiK - There arc ' rtiirlis of Inirnci. I in tarn, wain New Advertisements. J,AST(1:1300K AWOTS THE SOUTH, A Tnur of m. Haltli-l'ii'ldi anl limned cm. : -V Jonrm v thrnii.;h tin' liesolntid Mule I" iii ii'ilcrnptio'i of th' pre1-, nt st.nt oi tin' Counm and .jiMiitioiifl of ...

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