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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 27 April 1866

! iilT Vol. 3. ST. AXBAJTSTS, VT., FBT.DAY, APRIL 1866. THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. THE TRANSCRIPT, rnir.iHitnn r.vunv i'mday Uy I1KNJIY A. OUTLlSIt. THIt MS (IP SlfllSCJIlIPTIOX I , tli use receiving tho paper through tlio l'ost , M.M) per atiiuim. To Village etibscrlbors iMM" till' paper oy mu currier, in i,, i .n'will bo charged. ,ftv i i iits a year will bo added whon payment 1. 1 mil beyond fix montliH. , , . iih r (liwniitlmiril until all arrearages are ,1, i xoi pt at tlic option of tho l'nl'lisher. ItVTMS OV AIVH11TISIXI T tviiNT Atvr.nTiEMESTB Tor square of 12 ,r lem. of tills type, for flmt Insertion Sl ,, ii Hiibii'cpirnt insertion, a.T mil. inmliiTof insertions must be marlieil on ,i, liiHi'im-ntB, or they vrill lie continued i,l. red out. Transient advertisements to , I t.,r in aihanoe. c. hlu-ral dmcount trill lie made on Ue i ni. a to llione advertinlng by llio yenr. u NoTii-cs will be inserted at 15eantepor St. Albans Ituslncss Directory, 1 IV.VA1hiMhati.CT iv ttflii'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. — 27 April 1866

o, T1IK VMRHOK'l' 'PI! AXSCDI 'IT. Till! THANSOJiTPT, ST. ALBANS. ITilitiO'. April i!7, 1NUO. Franklin County Court. nll '111 HI, 1"OT On the Stump Again. President Johnson omits no oppor tunity to make a speech to defend "my policy." Ono dny last week he was waited on by n body of noldioiB and sailors, who as a matter of course, wore treated to ono of his charactcris tic harangues. The Rpccch, it should bo stated, is a liltlo moro modcrato in tono than his recent provious offorfs, but in other rospecls it differs little. He assumes a defiant attitude toward those whom ho calls "slnndoior.s ca lumniators, and traducers," and says, "I care not for their slander and tho foul wholps of sin that havo boon turned against mo." If ho "caros not," why so frequent allusion to thorn ? "Why docs ho drag them into' every opcech which he makes? And who arc thoso whom ho designates "foul whelps of sin V The Republican mem bers of Congress who feol it to bo their duty to stand by tho policy of rec...

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 April 1866

April 27. T f 1 K VERMONT THANCBl Prr. THE TKANSCIUPT. ST. ALBANS. Ti-Jtlny, April ar, 1HIKI. Shade and Ornamental Trees. Nothing " muoli iuIiIh lo llio bonu tt fiitiftclivcncw) nnd wIioIohoiiiciiosh , f rily or villaRo as nn nbumlnucu of ti,,,fty Bliailo and ornninontal tveos, .hn.sf waving btniiclio3 impress tlio .1.!lll,rtr with tho good tasto mid pub spirit that povvndo the community. ,1 tins mode of embellishment is ,(i clx up that no good reason enn bo .k.i. .1 for nrjrlecling it. Tho seasnn . r tittt.snlanting trees is at hand, nnd t ,U this occasion to call tho at- win oo uencuemi to too wnoie uomi , T. ,,f the renders c.f (ho Than-i ty-" Tho object is most certainly a , , t,i tho subject. In some towns ; worthy one, nnd it is to be hoped that ,, a organized societies for Irons-1 olir farmers nnd mechanics will nttend I ,,1,., trees. Such n socioty cx- ( 1,10 convention in large numbers. , , i.uSt Albaus several years ago, . r ut,. vn hrevn lint. Iwmt'fl miv- , ulu.nt it. As...

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 April 1866

I TllJil VlltMOJNTT TllAJSTSCm L5T. 4 J fly- Pi, gciiarlmcnt. Mow to flnU Water. Now Advertisements. (SET TUE JiEST. Thoroughly revised a.ooo Tim followinc statement will bo of inlorcst to tlioso who me about to dig wolls on tlioir premises, wlioro the fn cility in finding n Rpring iB of more im poitanco tlmn its locntion. It lins tho iipptmnuico, nt least, of being mtionnl, in which respect it differs widely from tho wilch-hnzel theory. At a recent mooting of tho Amer ican Instituto Farmer's Club, a mem ber rolatod his oxperionco in this mat ter as follows: "An Irishman in Ihb omploy, in or der to ascortnin wlu.ro ho ought to dig lo obtain water soonest, got a stono and buried it over night noxt to tho hanlpan. In tho morn ing ho found it quito moist, but not Ritflicicntlv so to suit his taste. Next morning ho tried it in nnother ; .nsatefor ti vnt onhii. vr spot, and found it very wet on tho fol-' V.'nuin li'jHtTMluH lowing morning. 'I here, said Pat rick, you will (ind water not ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 4 May 1866

THE VERMONT T RANSCRIPT. .11 mi Vol. 3. THE TRANSCRIPT,' l'UlJMSHRD KVK11Y l'tllDAY 13y UKNJIV A. CUTLER. THKMS OV SUHSC1U1TIN I ; . 11. n . 41. ....!. il. I,,.,., T , thrive receiving mu papui iiiiuui. uio i imi 'i.nn nor annum. To Villairo subscribers viiiR Hip pl"'r by tliu carrier, fttrmi In , i.r Hi will "o margin. j ft, ( .nts a year will lie addedwhon payment t i 1 beyond six niDiitliH. . i p. r discontinued until all arrearngos nro j , x'-. lt at tlio option i)f tho Publisher. H VTKS Of ADVHHTIBINO I ii it-ir-xT Ai)vr.iiTiBEinTB. IVr square of 12 r t. mh. of this type, for first insertion 81, . , h rtb.'iuont insertion, tints. , ...... i . r uf insertion must 1p marked on , rti-n-mi'iits, or thoy will bo contintunl nili r 1 out. Transient advertisements to 1 r ir in advance. ,r lliu ral discount will bu mado on tlio ,v rat' a t" those advertising by tlio year. It a Notices will bo inserted at lScontsper St. Albans Rusincss Directory. Bur.Ul AV1S, ATTOHN'KYS AM) , i VKKI.LOII...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 4 May 1866

o Tl i K V KRMO THE TRANSCRIPT, ST. ALBANS. K'rlitns', Slity 1N0O. TIic Itcconstriicflou Report. Aft or scvoral inontlis of pationt in vcstignliou tho Joint Committoo on Reconstruction lmvo agreed on n proposition which wos submitted to the two houses of Congress on Mon day. Tho proposed nniondmont to the Constitution is as follows: A joint resolution proposing an amend ment to the Comtilulion of the United Stale. "13o it resolved by tho Sonnto nnd ifouse of Kcpicsentativcs of tho Unit ed States of America in Congress as sembled, two-thirds of both Houses concurring, that tho following article be proposed to tho Legislatures of tho United States as an amendment to tho Constitution of tho United States, which, when ratified by threo-fourths of said Legislatures, shall bo valid as part of tho" constitution, namely: Artiolo--. Section 1. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridco tho privileges! or immu nities of citizens of tho United Stutos, I ihnt this control hfis n...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 4 May 1866

May 4. rVlK AHRMOiSra? TRANSCBIPT. 3 THE TRANSCIUPT. ST. ALBANS. " t-i'Hlny. May -t. i sou. Franklin Comity Court. ; nuTuawED. i,Hl plfmlky April Term, ISf.O. (turned from vmr., i, j. , m,,, bot-tt ,, . ,. , AT "I""1'"; r.il i,., i,.1H i tin Liurirr. i it The nbovo court adjourned on M-u i,.in, ,, , ( ,nui (, ani. ,;,;. titty cvuning Inst. Tlio ease of 'Win. - "i m -t . m. .,.nf p;.vtir in dnnn- iT. WniM-nti v. .TilinnA M. Heoinnti. tin. , """' " Id... !.!( nnd Penn-ili ama ... """l"".""'! will ..pin ivnontce In 8t. Allmim Tiu corporation notice which n,,- Uif , I"08" 0T. ' i v 'l'"1 "f Ma nt ,h" Amorta,n Uwm . ... iu T..i,mtW H.i wnnlr. tl,Plof 11,0 jnry for tllopUmtiff of $2I,S0 to resume the cxtenrtre pnwttea ho left 1 - ill - - GEAND OPENING frustros omitted to furnish us for our I t i-siir, through mistake. All should t.t.l tin- notice, mid those- who como , n.it r its npplicixtioii will do well to , ,t th ir promisee in order nt once, its I, Xinstoos will rigidly enforce the ....

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

4: ay 4. New Advertisements. Auvantaois or Baiily SiiEvntxa. Iii i n letter to tlio Now York Fnrmors'i Club, Mr. S. H. Gregory, of Heron, , Ohio, nftor giving his own oxporioneo I in tlio inultor, sums up tlientlvnnlngofi j of onrly shearing by wiyiug: "Tlio i llock gains fonr weeks' lime in recruit-, ing from usual spring weakness, over i tlioso sheared tho midillo of Juno. Owing to tho bettor condition of the Webstcr.s Uimbridgecl Dictionary HliCop, tho lnmbd had a bettor supply ! nv ilm'st iiatD) kihtioy of milk, mul tlinvcu unusually tin i. til - 1- e.icd v ill toko 1 " nig first i lass j New Advertisements: i ISu'' I lnnrne Companies ; flirtlljH0.UK INSURANT!! COMPANY, i A H 11,1111! I OFNKWHALS; UaWUUlULI VUlijkljJl t'n rutin fctoclc, !3:n',uuu. --anu Tlirwi-foorthn of tltfnrnnt dh ided among Policy holders. iANTKl). -Ascitis in rury town. h,t mif dollar i iiterrtrisc In existence. GET TUB BEST. t i.,i, ..i 1 1,, hi 11 i . . nc- iclnm ciuiraii- tt 1. i I hilv :i Mlvi r Web li....

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. — 11 May 1866

THE Vol. a TJ1E TIUNSOMPT," TUitf.isitr.D r.vr.ny nuuAY By MKN11YA CUTLER. TKK.HS OP HUHSCltll'TIO.V I To UiO'fl rccelvhiK the paper through the Post- Miff. $'OU per annum. To Village subscribers .-coifing tlio paper hy tho carrier, SUcinii in Mlilitioii will ho charged. l"iftv Conls a year will ho added when payment is delayed l)cyoinl six months. No paper discontinued until all nrrcarftRon nro a.d, except at tho option of tho Publisher. UV'KH OP ADVKIITISIXO i Thwmkct ',,,T,KMn'r,B'llnflV.2 i.,,, a nr ens. or una iy o. ior nrsi Hi inscriiiiii -j.. I .r each suliBi-nucllt insertion, J rcim. iiw number of Insertions mint he marked on ,in rtisetnenls, or they will ho continued ,u'il ordered out. Transient advertisements to ., iaul fr in advance. -jT K liberal discount will bo made on tho .ne rales to thoso advertising hy tho year. trail. Notices will ho inserted at 15 cents per St. Albans Business Directory. D.UI.KV . IIAVIS, ATTOUNEYS AM) Jll I'Ol AX JU&w aixi Noucltora In r . 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. — 11 May 1866

ft 'AXSCIflPT, .f;umr- -- - err-rt -l'. ALBANS. TIic Postal Appropriation mil. This kill with tho following amend ment offered by Mr. Trumbull, passod the Sennto on Wednesday, tho Vtir inont members voting in tho fifllrnin tivet; "Ko person exorcising or perform ing tho duties of any othce, which by law is required to bo filled by tho ad vice nnd consent of tho Sennto, shall beforo his cunfirmntion by tho Sonato receive nny salary or compensation for his f-orvicos, unless ho bo commissioned by tho President to fill up n vnenncy occurring by reason of death, resigna tion, or expiration of term of office during tho lecessof tho Senate, nnd Binco its last adjournment, or removal for acts done in violation of tho duties of his ollicc, tho case and cause of to niovul to bo reported to tho Senate at its next session." On Monday, on motion of Mr Po land.thc Senate votod to roconsldor tho bill, Mr. Poland making a speech on tho occasion against Mr. TrnmlmU's idinont, churches, which are wen...

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. — 11 May 1866

-i o 11. TLIU VKIluSIOT aUA:NSCIUI?T. May ..,,1 mn 4 Aion nnvr - . ... t ST. ALBANS. ilivns having iu-inHil to bo i ..,,1,1 hiMir in mind Unit thoro 11 - ..... ... . . , . , t (I Wlttl 1110 lltANSCMIT 0110 t ....riniiileil Jul) nflieoy in lii -.l --- . All WOl'K lUlt lit 11119 OllR'O -l ILV .1.. ...... ,v. ,-it I r 1 I vnmt f ... I I I Jim i 'j i - - ..nliln tiin.ia 1 r I"tllnUJllulu .u..... t w. tmtu-o with plonsuro Hint our Ilmihi "fliMiimil im" liv nr. , m ;u u u-'ub i v f.ho village trustfio&auiUU'.2.t , I iT citizens nro subjecting ,-, jih' s to n similuv trontmonl. . vt i s nro clotorininoil to carry r.ninl nrilnl" In llin intlni" w, .n. li lstnml tncy nro soon to ,, , nive-itigntion of tho progress n rv.Ty put of tho corporn , , i it tiicreforo becomes nil to , imtiop and govern thcmBolves "" 1 . ,., s in tho First ContrrCL'n- , ,r,l. 111 this villao wero sold 1 ( unrc ll m tins Mliago ero SOltl ,., 011 Monday. T10 pows . us. il nt nricos rancintf from pllg llOm , ijon fl...

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. — 11 May 1866

THUG V JiJltMCXN T TllANSt'Hl PT. 4, T timmi gqKirtiMCttt. ..- aaatft- Dnv Hay roit fioxvfl. Cows Bomo- !inna irol n Aiii'fnit of nriiSB. ORDOciullv in wot warm wcntlior, whon tho grass is micculont nntl rich. Tho feed lia laiuls tho bowels uncomfortably. An ui infill of dry liny onco n tiny will boivo to nbsorb soino of this inoisluro, nnd benefit tho cow in sovorul 10 opecta. SSr Yellow fnl upon beef is nn in dication t hub tho nuinml lirul difionsod liver. Whito tnllow or fat is n bettor fiin of hcnlth thnn yellow, which in dicates a diffusion of acrid bilo throughout the wholo animal. Yel low poultry also is not healthy food. .Those chickens that arc half starved in cratos should bo avoided. O.sr. Niaomia KNot-on. -It is tho bub bling spring which Hows goutly, the ltttlo rivulet which runs along night and day by tho farmhouse, that is use ful, rathor than tho swollen llooil or warring cataract. Niagara excites our wonder, and wc stand amazed at the powor and greatness of Ood 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. — 18 May 1866

3 T O HP XiJlX X. '.II 111! Vol. ALBANR, AT.. PBJDAY, MAY 18, 3S06. ISTo. THE VERMONT nn u a Mam ST. TIIK TRANSCRIPT, ri Di.iiiir.D r.vnnv fmdav is IIliN'HY A. CUTLER. TI'.UMS OK NUUHCUIPTION I i ( . iin the paper through tliol'osl S 4.oti m r imiuim. To Village mtlncrtbors ill.- ii.iper by tlio carriur, fto ci-m in u ,!l In cli:irKnl. n - .1 j ar will bo added when payment I in mii'hI ix months. . i .li-r.iiitimiiHl until all arrenrngos aro . ,,t at the option ur the Publisher. lllTKS OK AI1VI5KTISIXO I m i i.uTisnJtBNTd. Per square of 12 nt tin type, for flint insertion Si, i imtit insertion, 4.1 tenii. i nf iiwrtionn mart lie marked on - in nt. ir they will be continued I miii. Transient advertisement!) to i n 1 . .niei . ii,- i il il"i''mnt will Ik- made on the i i li-v sclvertlnlnj; by the year. r-i Mill ho inserted at lSccntaper s(, Ulians Business Directory. 111 I A HA Vis, ATT011SKV8 A.vol i LOUS AT LAW and Solicitors in i i t" i m tin rncuiiH fortnerlT oeeti , Sowli H,c,mic...

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. — 18 May 1866

o Nil tiiio rjiui.()Nrr rr.i THE THANSCMPT, ST. ALBANS. May IN) IHOO. Tlic Conslllullonal Amendment.! HciiryA Wise. Henry A. Wise is 0110 of tlioso chiv- nlroitB sous of tho South whom tlj.0 President, wo suppose, would call "well ami loyally disposed." Wo do I not Buy that Wiso'n viows tiro those of 1 1 all tho pcoplo of the South who took Tho House of Representative!?, on 1 niirt in tlio icbelliou, but there can ho Thursday, passed tho constitutional j tl0 doubt that they are thoko of many, amendment, just as it catna from tho , While Wise speaks "right out in meot- Heeonstruction Committeo, by moro than a two-thirds vote. All tho re publicans, including Mr. Raymond, who, it was supposed, judging from his votes on other importaut meas ures, would vole against it, voted in tho aflirmative. There was considera ble opposition among tho republicans to tho third section which doclaroa that until tho -1th of July, 1870, all persons who voluntarily adhered to tho late insunection, giving...

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. — 18 May 1866

3 J i - Mm.y 1- mmi i voni) i irr rsT itucnxvflD, A HT. iiu ALBANS. 3III.V 1H, 1S(I(. wharf, nnd hor uppor duck enniod off 'b the force of tho grill. Wo ili not llour Unit tttiy livos were lost, though , many wcro placed in juopardy. Cool and Refreshing GSnxnct Coiwert ABTIO SODAi.M,,s -r-j Ton thousand doll'irn hnvo beon , i veal find instnunoiilftl gubscrihod for ti now Biiptist Church ; i. emu at Acndoniy II.. 11, in Brnttloboro. ..a Holiday evening, May , s f Moore, (.Minted by ! M. Y. Holly, formerly of Hui- ,n of Boston, and Mr. J. ! Kn&on, if) "' Superintendent of tho I Police Telegraph, of Washington, D. C. at :i The villngo trustees Samoa A. Brown, of Grand Isle, n 1 iiiidimto of tho U. V. Jf. in 1S03, was t., i-t and leadintr from i niimmecl to uio imr iW street. A iietition extensively signed to ui sheet. We favor pub- it-, but when u stroet I., nelit individuals and g neiaily, wo hold that i ought to pay tho dain ilieieby. ,ei H. Reynolds, of tho - A. Reynolds, left ...

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. — 18 May 1866

4r TiiJi; v.h:xiMu r til NI'V K t 434 pi armfitf gcprlmfiit. Farms nnOnrniiiig. Jtulfco Colbum of Spiiiitffielil, Vt., correspondent of the Cultivator for nmnv yenrs, lately wrolo tlio Country Genilcnmn, in reply to ft "Donizon of tlio City," who suit! "I inn told fnrniors lmvo alitllo out nt interest," nudnskf, "is Hint from lcgitimato ngricttHuru ?" "Why not;" asktt tho Judgo: "in it not claimed that agriculture makes mil lionaires, as commorco occasionally does, while 50 fail and go to nothing who would gladly possess n hoinc-stoad of a few acies for their declining yonii. It is claimed for farmers that they ni c porsuiug a safe and reasonably profi table business, free from tho hazards of speculation, whilo their vocation is congenial to selt-roliunce, liutopen dunce, improvement, and exposing them less to dissipation and idleiios tlmn other buainess. Insolation among intelligent farmers is not what denizens ot cuics ueciu n, jui have books, lieiiodicals and papers at hand, with...

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. — 25 May 1866

T " RMONT TRANSCRIPT. m : 1 1 1 1 Vol. ST. -A.LT5A.jSTS, VT., FETBAY, MAY 25, 1866. iSTo. il4t. THE VE Till; TRANSCRIPT, i iii i ,hi;D n nitY l'MIMY , irr.NHY A. CUTLER. Tl IPIS til' SUIlSfUIPTIOS I nik' tin' puller through the roat i 1 1 1 1 1 1 n . To VII I it rp mil iscril icrs , r iiy wie earner, ..-ii,. in 1 hi! Ki'il. , v, u mil be added tv lien payment il - months. . .tit miK-il until all nrrrnriRcs aro i ti.i upturn of the l'l.WhhcT. ItVTI.S i a i? vn KitTiiixo i , i; i ih.mfnts. r. r intt or 12 tin- tvu , fnr Hint insertion SI, i ii n. rtuiii, 'iil. I ii- iiiiin mitMt lir tnnr1iil on !-, i.r they will Ikj continued f latini'iit aiHort.iieineiit to On Hoard the York. A Story of Henl Lift. 11V MAltV W. STASIA' (HUSO. Wo nniled from Liverpool on ti dark spring day, with u lowering sky above, iiml fust roughening waves bolow, 11 koeii wliul blowing from llio shore, nnd n promiso of a fur heavier broozo when otioo woll out tit son. Tho pniwiongors in the first cabin wero few, nn...

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. — 25 May 1866

s. X 1J.J1J V -LLilXAI.OlN r I IvyVxN SCI I I T. Mi TUB TRANSOKIPT, .1 .. , ST. ALBANS. ' Ki-ldny, Muy ., 1NOO. Virginia. An unconditional Union Convention was hold at Alexandria last week, llio Hon. John Minor Bolts noting ns President. Tho attendance was quite largo and great iutorest was manifest ed in tho porceedings. A Union Re publican party was organized and a platform adopted which favors univer speaking of Stephens and the Feiiinns, tho Tribune says: , Tho attempt to organize an Irish Republic has assumed stupendous proportions. Thousands are engaged in it, both hero and in Europe, and it is said sumo of these loaders havo oven hoped to embroil this Guvorntnont in tho troubles they propose to cranio. They nre reputed to bo acting with the hopo that the United States will as sume tho responsibility of the qiiuriel they may avouse, and thus, by a sub terfuge, obtain an army to light their battles. These nio the topics dis cussed among Fenians, and wo should havo been loth to ...

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. — 25 May 1866

-25. Tl-IJii VERMONT TKAXSCRIPT. 3 May THE TRANSCB1PT. ST. ALBANS. NOTICE. I have (lisiiosod of tho newspaper part "f tho Vermont Transcript oflico I,, "vVilbnr P. Davis, Esq., who will iieituflor havo clinrgo of tho winio( n turning tho job dopnrlmont, which will be carried on in connection with ii... .Afiiiriii All noiwiitiife Inn fur nil ...t s.nn or on subscription!, will bo ! il.w1 Kir liim Tti ( ubiiirr lmivn i if tlin ! t i ,.,.,,. ,v !,... ' lupol' I defill'O to icturil my SincoiO; t'lanUs to those who hnvo aided mo ii. pl.inng it on tho lirm footing it now ,,n)ics, nnd with confidenco nnd leisure commond it, under its new ,i ri ttor, to tho patronage of the pnb i,, Its circulation is constantly in , ri aitigi whilo its advertising columns hj.i iik for themselves. It is certainly a i.Irasuro to leave tho paper in so ilnunshiiig a condition and in so good La, Js. H. A. CUTLER. When I dissolved my connection w.tli a neighboring paper several .i . i i;ut., ,.i,wi n..n. u.' iimi...

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. — 25 May 1866

TlVJS JSCIi L1JT. 4- May Tl-JLi-0 VJltMOaSTl' armcrj" gfimrlmrnt. " SntEP. "NVo mo Mioiijr iiilvor-ntes for sheiuinf,' alieep titiwuHhcil. Thoy limy tlniH bo plicnred tiiurh citrliur; t hero fa littlo dauber of their tukiiitf cold; tho coolness of llio woitlhor is stiDDost'd to iiillneuco n moro rapid re- iiowiiia of their coveriiitT, ttiul by tho , titnu the summer k licut bents down I i . 1 I.. 1101 mm Huoiuuiiiy iiuii im-ii uui-nn, thy arc Btifticiently protected not to bo blistered, as sometimes happens to Into shorn sheep. All Hock's ought to bo dipped after sheaving. Unless tho ticks or lico are very thick, the dip ping should be poMpoued till warmer weather than vc usually have in May. The gradual accustoming of sheep to grass is quite as important as the banio ti cat incut for neat cattle. Do not withhold the grain, but keep it up until tho Hock is well established up on grnss. They should also bo turned to gnus gradually, two or three hours a day, in addition to their full ...

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