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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 February 1866

CHE ' r W A 1 JL 1j.J-.JL NSCMPT. HI 2. TITK TR NSCIUPT 111-' 1 il A1 WIXU , I?v HKXHVA. (JUTLE.1.1. , ,,:,-. r. .-( in the rswrthroRhUiolol S J.OH per annum. To illle BUbcribcrB u. , ,.' paper by the carrier, no emu in ,r,U ! elmrgod. I i I ,.pts ft VOar will l" mm"Uuiwii iajvMk , lk ,1 l.Monil cix months. i A iiiiM nil nirofirAi7HH ni'ii , I Cliw -hiiiiiiuv , ,. , ut tho option of tho PubHuhor. 1V (Vr vr.nTi-.vExT..-lvrS11u.r.on2 , ,.. ,'if thi type, for first insertion Si, i Vol. ;nT"m KTrXlXniov, except a devoted lover and a good i' ,, ,1 nut. Transient advertisements to 1 mother. Oh! how miserable she wns! .Im, cpicm in mi .in, " , , . : niham-e. ,lml disrottnt will bo inado on tlio , in ill. me adertininK by tho year, i .in r. will bo Insiit-il at 18 cents pir THANKSGIVING. BY l. A. W. 1 ,.; hfr anU hopr, 1 nnil home, tho bcam thy loo hath ! t ii.rmorii's of now dead, Wc thnnk th, "Til. I' .r p. art-, " wort peace, ,, tin Kunshinc lloodn each hoart and thr. UK" it may not disp...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 February 1866

Til U V KRMONT TOAXrt(vRIPT. p Tl I ? TP YPI? I PT 'people of this count v, and. if possible, 1 1 1 1 j I PIUl ; j grcnter wll.nrity afforded for prcscrv- j pi'opeity in which every mau m llic county has a deep interest. ST. ALBANS. Tlilrty-Xinth Congress. TnrnsnAY, Eeb. 1. In Ilia Semite, ti'"on;r resolutions of iinquiiv was one by Mr. i'ohinfl, of : Vfi iiiniil mm to tlie cxiu'dienev of 0S- j A Letter Prom Cliicr Justice Chase on the Trial of Jell' Dnrls. In toiortil. llasis of IScprcsciitatlons. Tlio President's so-called manifesto which wo published last week, had tho direct effect, it is thought, to bring nbout tlio pn.iR.igo of a resolution pro posing nn amendment to tho Constitu tion, by moro thnn a two-thirds voto in tho House of Representatives. Tho fooling of tho Union inon in Congress had become much intensified on learn ing that tho document referred to omanntcd from tho President nnd was not n fiction. They regarded it as rather dictatorial in its tone, and the EtJj- Wo...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 February 1866

IVlmiaiy Tin; TKANSCIM'T. ST. ALBANS. i', ii-. rv,i,. n. i hou. j.t, firm of Vinson & Rtlbloo, dry . ... ..,.!,, into in thia nlnco. lms I J( llltim".- I ' I dissolved, Mr. Itublco retiring i tin1 cuiiccni. Vie limn not, received n copy of Vwtuu-t Erprcnit for several ( i AAlintn tho mutter ? XI,, loiii),' Moil's Association, in , iirnnized on Siilurdny by i, , ti Mi of Hon. W. 0. Smith, for ' , I in. II. N. limber and J. U i. Ksq , for Vice Presidents; A .,,1. .11 for .Secretary ; and Cvrus. , i,:4i for Treasurer. X, siteenth annual meeting ofi Aiinuiiit Teachers' Association,' . at Uratllcboro on Tuesday, i slay, and Thm'sday of last! with a small altondanco. In' lSli,, c- of Dr. Newman, President, . , . tmo was called to order by null', who, in a few pertinent! ,T- nitrodueed to tho Associa-1 t!.t Hi Mr. Prothinghani, who ! , nt, r, lf!i" address of welcome, ten-1 t i tln Teachers of tho Stale I (, -j 'tality of tho citizens of Brat- j i I , s-ociation elected officers forj ....

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 February 1866

:Foi hmio 1- 5 ,) TJ Ltt V KKMOJNT TUANSCIU L5T. TUB ATonrof .t-ttiMIt F lull! I i 111 ; .' l In 1 adikm j -al .' 'Hi. , 1. .farmer)' gepardufnt. Mni.cSiignr. IinmcHSO groves of the Hiiffnr M"nil. nro in ho fmiml in nltnost nil parts ff tins Stiitc, nrnl more or lfss Biiour is jikkIc vwiy 'iir, still ui' p lo .In not give tl'mt iinpoitniiro to tlio iin tlactiun of maple angnr its iniportam-c its mi nrtielo of use rtiitl Iumh ' would nooin to deimuul. As (i tnble syrup there is uoiii' oqunl tii the nmple, nnd wo wonder that nil f our frinK wln hnvo trees, do not mnkc enough tW their own use nt least. March is the Mlgar-mnking month, nml wo will gia our l enders n few hints on the subject. Vnteli closely the indications of a thaw and tap your trees us mhhi as U fairly begins, lor the sap begins to cir ' eulft'to nnd lose its sweet properties just as soon as it is loosed from its im prison. Hence the lirst sup that runs is sweeter thnu tiny that follows. Al ways bore your trees on the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 February 1866

VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. i ! Vol. ST. "VT.9 F'Ri:OAY, :FKBK;0AKY K3, 1866. 3STo. lOO. THE r - a. i t. w i ii mi v in v Kiii'rifi'i iiii k nil. i iini'ii iin 1 iv uini ai i . v -i : i l ihi ir iiuiinuiin 11 1 K A in JlVl I I i r , i i iT J "am ne wanted to buy tic , ei'iiium jii,mu. j 1 lUllVJViiii i) , was Iho fannor'H way , no liml u kindly every thing just as it stood." , , . , , ,,, u i:vi:iiv I'Iuday ni'-N'liV A. CMTTL.1CK. nltMH r Nl'IISCltll'TION I 1 ' .. . .. .i .-t. n... t i tlfj llli puller llliuilfgll inn L ubi- ; lllltlin. IO Hluiycnuum-'nuurB I iv tlio carrier, " t ems in ,. , , It . ii.. nniK r , Li cliarRI'H. u v nt will I'o luldtdtthen payment V1 ,. - .ii.J m months. iitiiuii 1 until nil nrrenrnRes nru I ,,t Ht tli.' uption if tlic Publisher. ,IVTI-H ).' ADVKUTISIMlt m i.m it riTMrsT.- l'er miliar- of Vi v ' i tins Hr, for flint innorlinn bl, ., lit It'lKi Itlllll, a 3 C'ClllH. , i f inn itntiK mnut lie market! on . mi-, or they will lie cintinm.d , i ,m' Tinnmuiit adverti...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 February 1866

J-.'Ji" 'UK VJKUM.OINT 'i'UANSCni L'T O TUB TKAXSCR1TT, ST. ALBANS. I :- Conl in flcllinp i : Syrntii, N. I Y.. tit 8 iin-.l per ton. So ssns. Uie I Coun't r 'mil I'ni'tn. IW Solve of cur tMhnngessny fhat the cxceic i.t ropi cm nt dive from t lib Con'Moesioni.l Dktriet, t lie i - .I S Moi rill, who h chairman of the C'if- Two of (he Concord bunk rob- f Committe'o of Ways and Mean.'., gavo rrr. v.- - hers have hen rtrrrsf. d. and Sinn,- ;l t., ,j 1 ; 1 1 . i , t a i y ."lium 1 fo (lie ('amidi TIlC I'rCSldtMlt'S POSHiUll. 000 of tli' ti'n n ukuh 1. rc-tl. ., (( ,tio:i the U-cipro.-' .. T . i .. Tw.,i " " Tieatv while i'i Washington. The From lho remarks made by PrcM- ii.lltiiiniii inimtn-i . .' ,, , . .... v , , T , ... vflv... .ini. , I ICSidCIlt JOIUlhOil. hoot is on tho other foot. J ho din- dont Johnson to tho dilTerout dplepn . ,, ,, . ! . il.-i I.i.,. Incl wrrk flip 1 "c ""lam Illm.iir In Aet.ilil Mini on lier wns giicil ( .tomii oym iimin 1 im 1 "' j Ul'.al I lUnn I'lill). ! . ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 February 1866

Kobviiary lb. THE TRANSOIMPT." ST. I'l'ltlUV. ALBANS. Volt. 1 . 1 NOIL Wo uiuloi-Hlniid Hint a corpora t.u meeting "ill bo culled nt fin eiulv . ... i., (n1.n lncnMuroH to moviilo wn- iv H ' f,v our village, This js na it .'a. alii he In case of fior wo nvc cn- u nt tho mercy of tlio dovounn'' l.r i, . nt, the tow wens in tne uusidosh . ,) in.nsof tlio villngo being of toosmnll ., ,..iiv to rtlibrd much reliof. A tuf- - i ' .. ..r . t.. I,,.;.. r-r. .l f qtiiminj "" D.,w. 1 , ihr MllKillH of ft number of lOSOr- , . M.. .ri..J.f l,tltlll Itnlllltl if , t - y , l,e we ll to procure n firo engine , t'mt llns water Clin bo SUCCOSSfllllj- i ....enscoffln, There is no vil-, , the State, lasting of ns large , nu Sf Allmtin lint flint ' , r -.il.il with one or more engines; , (,) , iv inc inni, li. la jioi. cieuu , t v St. Albans to bo without one. i- ,siHU' wc lmvo been very fortunate I,, ja-a in regard to firoe, but this I :i nu ans follows that wo shall be , mi in the future. A firo is l...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 February 1866

TI IK V J0RiLO2N T Tl VBSCRIPT. animtf Sfiiarfmcnt. Farmer's Sons. AVlicn n fnrmoi'H boh leaves homo to become a clurk in some villngo or city store, or to engage in sotno oilier busiiiPSH, in Unco cases in four lie takes the first stop towards his pecun iary ruin. Occasionally, n young man thus gels into n business in w hich he becomes a partner or owner, and innkcs money; but such cases arc rare. ! Let us suppose a caso. A young man hears of the high salaries clerks get in Now York, fifteen hundred dol-! lain nycar in somo cases, and he gets! the Now-York "fever," and taking fif-1 4y dollars in his pocket, ho bids hiB parents farewell, and leaves homo in high spirits. When ho gets to the city, ho in quires lorn Doaming-iiouso; no ap mon qiiGolis and put in Italians, in stead, of my own raising, oxoopthig sonio (jueens which I procured from tho importntion of L. L. Langstrolh it Son, in 18(55, sons to avoid breed ing in-and-in as much as possible. I am wintering twenty slocks this ...

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 March 1866

THE TP A NSCRI PT. M II Vol. - THE TRANSCRiPTr , ,u mii i r.vtnv hiiday ii.imis i'' jsriisriiii'Tiox i . r i iii the paper through the lot .!.!!), .minim, in illage subscribers , liy tin' currier, 50 i ruts in , ' , lurked. - , .u-xull he added when payment i ti n month". , , Miitinm il until nil arrearages arc ii i 'ic option of the I'ublhhcr. ,U1IS (r AlivKKTISIXOl ,,i r.TisKMtNTi. Tor squarpof 12 i,i. txpe, for nrst insertion St, i ,it insertion, !43 cenl. ,' .i,-, m ills must b marked on . mi- or they will lie continued , ' Ti .msicht advertisements to - miit will bo made on the , uihcrtif'niR by the year, .lib, inserted at IS cents per st, Ulians Business Directory. ST. AJLTZAJSTS, VT., TPTHDA-Y, MARCH: 3, 1363. left only Liddy Lizor sitting on n boncli at her foot. Tlio boldness of that Liddy Lizor, 1 vow I never Imlf know what it wns until nbottt ilowcr-plnnting time. I wont unexpectedly into tlio guidon, and saw tlio girl, with seeds nnd roots some rubbish tibout loving flow...

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 March 1866

o THE TRAXSCIilPT, ST. ALBANS. The President's Speech. Wo rare not to conceal our probation of President Johnso speech, portions of which may fnlitid ftkrwhnrn in nnr ralnmna. It ia intempofftte in tone and highly insult-! During this time there 1ms of couisc ing to the loyal party to which ho is been a grent deal of building which is indebted for hi? prosont position. It I still going on j and there is reason to roads moro liko tho stump speech of ' beliovo that before tho end of thepres an oflico sueoker than tho doliborato ! ent year tho city will number at least words of tho Chief Magistrate of a 1 twenty thousand. Mr. Sanderson, as great nation. Great indeed was the ' many of tho readers of the Tr..xsci:iiT disappointment to a largo majority of j are aware, is largely engaged in the his party friends when ho sent to the , stage business, and we are glad to .Senate the message, vetoing tho Freed-' learn that it proves highly remuuora innn'a niironu Hill, Greater still was tivo t...

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 March 1866

March 3. "THE TlUNSOltlPT." ST. ALBANS. r,HHiy. Mitr.'ii a. l wuo Tows ilctriso. Our nmitinl town orctniR occurs on Tuesday of next k nml tlio iiupttvtftnt matters to bo lliscussod will, undoubtedly, cull out n .e liHtubei- of voters. Mr. Hornee r Weeks, nho lias been tho pontic- v... -i....i..i.i.. t.... ii.- mink and popular vamisuiuiu iu! uiu past eleven years, declines being n esin didiuo I"' ....... v. n now man must tako lus A now botrd of Selectmen, it course Mure. . ..mlerstood. is to bo elected. Tho Section of these nnd otlior ofllccro and IS U II - - - ,i, transaction of other business, L'ivo f ld' ,"''1' approach. Keep your children warm inc in"'""1 ' j lv clad and closo fruu exposure. 1 or bad . limjse of a lively nine. i1 . ."--- , , , -The CoUllty lemperanco UonVCU- ' . . clwddnn on tho 27th nil., was linn i.v - - orftiiize(l by the election of J. I Oldu ns president, and William II. Whiting, I (ni' of tho associate editors of tho nwt , as Secretary. The con von t, ,n ...

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 March 1866

T1J K ATERMONT ' VLIAJX SCR I PT. March On Failures in Farming. New Advertisements. l-'I.OWHlt AXI) VKCIItTAlll.1t llii.sdiiitui Calaloguc of AND ron Tnii sputsra of isob, Is now published. U contain fittl tls.scrlpt ions livery careful olicorvor of tlio mrui Vicli's ncr in w hich farming' operations nre i eontliictctl in or country is -often lod ! to nsk why so ninny commencing nn ngriciiltornl lifo with almost overy ntl viuilnyo.yotfnilof renpiiig tho rowurdn .., , i .-. .- . i of thccbnie. nt tlnral tr. ann- nf the svor.d. bihI tlwill pOSSOSlOll Of ft gOOd constitution ,lr,i,(,t M-jretablc., with plain diriotious for for mnnunl Inbor, nntl locutetl on fnrniB culture. Illustrated with a colored linqnrt and .if ir.1i .nil fi.imq Clint irnimin n Firty WiskI F.njrnings nf the nesu-st and bint oi lieu son mi ins mru piomiso n n..Wer. and ootitaininc about 70 phkc. n.-nt to i i:r..i .... r ..... , . .. - - . . . ... . - . uoiiiuiiui return lor mu in nor ue fctowed. Vo will further supp...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 March 1866

THE ft Vol. 2. TIIK TRANSCBllT, rt llUSIIKD KVKItV 1'lltDAV HKN11Y A. CUTLER. l'y SUIISCIUl'TION' ,i,, r, n-ivniR the pniwr tluousli tlio l'ont jil.ou in r annum. To VilhiRe milmcriberH , thi nnpiT by the carrier, no rents in , u!l 1m. fharcl. , a vear niirix) added when imymont , i : i ; t ni lii'nitliH. , r ,iiv'"iitiiun!(l until oil arroaraKC'S nrc t , it nt tlio option nf the Publisher. VTKS f "AUVUHTISIXU I A ,. ,r VMi:ntiffiMi:sn IVr aquaiT of 12 , - , . tlui typo, for tlrat inaurtion 81. . . ,t,-i iiui iu inHnrnon, mini Irausu-tii aavortiMvments to i ,l .in, . ,l iiiNi-mtnt will 1 mmV on the t , t'louc advortini!iR by the your. , ri. is will bo innortod at 15 cents per ,st. Albans Business Directory. vii.i t .v Davis, AlTOiiXKYS AM) . , . .. .lift! IT T V r.t..l UnlllUpa ... oini i in thr mount formerly kvu u i to A SowliH, Hwlf'imb'B UuiMiiiK, t. '.'7-ly itii, AITOK.MY AND COUNSKT, , l I,AV Aj:'iit for lift . I', imp, win , ami fur obtaining I.KWi.o i .v ...... ... Us' (il i...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 March 1866

o THE TJiANSOlHl'T, ST. 'ALBANS. The -Concntrcnt KcsdInUon 'On -Friday the Senate wloptud the JToiiso'wMcumjnl resolution which is na follows: 7ftWmf, (Ajytfvo Houso of Repro untntives, 'Wto founto concurring), That hi'tirtkc to closo ngitntion upon wqucstitiii which seems likely to dis turb tfeonclion of tho Government, ns .tc11s to quiet the uncertainty which osiVits in tho minds of the pooplo of Vtro eleven States which havo been do clnrcd in insurrection, no Senator or Representative shall bo admitted into either branch of Congress from any of said States till Congress shall havo de clared Mich States entitled to repro jseutation. Tho vote was twcnly-nino to eigh teen. Among tho minority woro tho following Republicans: Messrs. Cow an, Dixon, Norton, Stewart, Van "Win kle, Doolittle and Morgan. Mr. Foot, of our Stato was absont on account of sickness, but his colleague-, Sir. Poland, said, if present, ho would hayo voted for tho resolution. The other absentnos, Messrs. Howard and...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 March 1866

THE VJORMOISTT TEANSOrJIrJ 3 starch XII ! TliANSOIill'T. ST. ALBANS. 3.v!lny. am roll , MO Tr BfUNT District. Mr. George . jt.(j0vnu hits nlroiuly commoucod . o rt,ction of n wooden building on tTit portion of tlio burnt district Inch ho purclmsud of tho cstntc of "ir 'li' vi AVebstor. Tim other owners the property will, it is understood, toi-.M similar structures, so tluit iu ( ,d of n hiindsomo block of briolc bPrcs, iw wns 11,0 8011cnu ll0P of our t vns, wo nro to luivo wooden olios, amU not add very mntoriully to , , .pun! looks' oftlmtptirl of tho vil , XIk sc buildings, it slioidd, how ,. stated, arc only designed for , ,n ,raiy use; tlmt is to say, they way to bolter ones whonovor , i,,tnstcd pnrtios agm to "join Is ' t" build them. "Wo sincerely j, 11 that hat day is not far distant. p, 1, s'rians lmvo no oasy time in j . . i ' the "burnt district," tho walk ' u.oro or less covered with brick j which should bo removed, i 1 1 j , in dits tho "passngo" is not, , 1 se would res...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 9 March 1866

March 4t 1) THK YEBMONT THANSOKIPT. ff;i n rid -tU'iKutiimit. i .j?rlci!lliiral Items. Tii Ai" fr if N ln'f ii"'' s i i itli- tT (l ll"!IS.' IU t' . ll Sll- cp 111 llil, Ills tlioy uliLiin tin ir whole living tlio ycarrountl from tho natural pu-dun s, Bituminous coal, of which hoys will cat from one to two pounds per day, is regnrdml by Uib Prairie Farmer as "n RVre tircvtntivo of In i; cIiuIcim." A M:t.s;ir1uis'( 1 tu farmer lian ro eeitml $:il)l.i8 for llio butter sol.l from four cows, bcaidi s (u)l,iiiy u family of six imrisons with both milk mu butter. 1A. Jr', warm noil io v. most fanrv 1)lo to Uicproilu.'tiou of hom-y. White clover even, when it yioWH on low, marshy laud, has httlc or no honey in iU A correspondent of tho Alban; Cttl livator, in talking about tight barns, says faniMTM iu.v cIioimc lielwi't'i; Lite cnl liny, open nhod.s .aid b. ne; or early hay, tight, Larnn and fat stork. Bohemia, according to estimate, lm.1 atone tiuio KJO.OOi) colonic of lem New Advertisemen...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 March 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. 2. "the transcript, rum.tsiir.D evmiv rniDAY 13y TII3NRYA. OUTIiER. T.i those rrxrtvlng tlio patter through tho Pnst- r , n'mif tho paper by tho carrier, 00 cent in ,1,1,11,11) will ho chargod. I iftv Cent a year will lio added when payment u Allayed boyond fix months. o paper discontinued until all arrearages arc, paul, except at tho option of tho 1'uMlahor. Jt.VTHS OP AMVIJRT1SINU I Tr tsstr.HT AnvunTisKMCSTS. l'or squaro of 12 ,, nr less, of this type, for first iiiHortion 81, tr aih subsequent insertion, MS rent. ill, number of insertions must bo marked on ,i ,, rtisements, or they will bo continued until ordered out. Transient advertisements to I , aid for in advnneo. tr K liberal discount will bo made on tho sti r.ites to thoso advertising by tho yoar. I I .j vl Notices will bo inserted at 15 cents per nil:. ,., ( $vs.i:" per annum, j o ningu suusenners SI. Alhnns llnslness Directory. BULKY A DAVIS, ATTOHNCYS AND COVNSEIiliOllS AT LAW and Holicitor...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 March 1866

2, TI IK VKRMONrr rrUANS(lU.PT. March. Ki, THE TRANSCRIPT, ST. ALBANS. li'rltlny. Mnrli 1", 1 SOO. Fenian Excitement In Canada. Our Canadian cxchntigcBcomo to us filled with the movements of tho mili tary of tho Provinces in anticipation of demonstrations by Uio Fonians. Tho principal citicB and villages are gunrded nnd patrolled by troops. Strong guards aro stntionod nronnd tho banks and arsenals to prevent any sudden descent by the Fenians upon those institutions, and tho inhabitants generally are greatly excited and alarmed. It is estimated that tho nurubor of troops under arms oxcocd 30,000 men in order to resist tho "armed hosts" which they imagine aro marching upon tho frontiers. The Montreal Telegraph, edited by one of tho vilest rcbols that ovor on torod tho Province, says, "In view of tho fact that Montreal is at tho pros cnt time favored with the residence of from tho testimony of Gen a largo number of suspicious Strang-1 concerning tho fooling in The Feeling nUhc South. T...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 March 1866

2 I arc i :10. THIS VERMONT TBAXKOUIPT. 8 run transcript. ST. ALBANS. Mllt'Oll 1, lNJO. Wiiiity 'llic friends of Dr. G. L. Now onib, or Hioso uunbring from nny Clilv nflliclion, will learn with plans timt ho litis roturnocl to St. Albans "ml take" rooms nt tlio Trcmout H""- We lmvc been informed thnt tlio 10 nniinrWrt bl'OHL'llt to Uvi ITIlsa I o ,IHS Tiling shortly after the ruid, hivvo .appeared from thoir old quarters. It tfouM be well to look carofully fif th, m. or they may do mainng -a :1 call." IK jicoploofl3nilington aro now (1tm ; the water quostion. It is lllS, 1 tj supply tho city with wa r bv f n-pinK it up from tho lako or r nr.il they tnlk of procuring a a of sloO.OOO, payablo in twenty ,rs, t - carry tho cnterpriso to com- vif ItonnEitira or FnuioiiT. mjht.rious disappearance, for , t .i past, of froight passing ovor V rm mt Central Ilailroad, led to sti'fafion by J. W. Hobart, efficient and vigilant Mimler , .,rsi rfatimi. winch has resulted . .liso.ivi ry of a serio...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 16 March 1866

I .'1 ft it TI-JLK VJWIIMONT T11A.NBOULPT. New Advertisements. KOVSY & GO'S Illn.tiiit.d Gilltletn Mic I'lovver mill Vcri latili' Cinrtleii, nir l0(l. Is now iiiiily, Cnntaiir'ng a complete description of more tlmn 2,5im arii 1 1 f nf Flower nnd Vegetable Seeds, with prneti.-nl directions fur their culture illustrated ltli Ml engrav-ines and a colored Plate. Mn''"1 free In alt applicants on the ri n ipt of 2" . i it- Address, HOVEY A CO., "i I N .rfh Market Street, Potim. STRAWBERR' m(i Jfiwrlmfut. jiiicii cows. Now is n good timo to buy pood milch cows. Tho proof of iho pud ding is eating it, nud tho proof of a good cow is looking into tho milk pail. This is tho month to do this, ns many cows aro "coining in." Don't boggle nt tho prico of tho cow if thoinilk pnil ..1 I mum;.-? ii ywu miuiv. vjui mi nium i i ir i i i ' Lutgt should "turn over n now loaf" in this i -K;U,V JUU ir particular, liny now Hoop too many poor cows, nnd it costs nearly as much to kcop n poor cow ns n good...

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