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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 27 May 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, Vol. I. ST. AIjJ3A.jSTS, VT., FBTJOAY, 27, 18(5-1,. 3STo. 11 VERMONT TBAtfSCIflPT. prill-iallMl HVEIIY FMDAY IJKNJ.IY A. OUTJLElt. By ..niMH OP HOllHCIlIPTlOSf I J ' .79 ih r annum. T ViUagu HilbHerilif'rH ' ii" In.- paper '.v 1,10 "rrirr 80 " l '',,1',,,'rill bo charged. m 1 . nt a vear will bo added whim najniont 1 uv,.l l mii'mI six months, "v 't.,r iii.-c,ntiimpl until all arrearages art , , J ,,t at tlio option of tlio 1'nbli.dier. II VTHS T AUVnilTISIXO I N.,Fst VDVuntMBMKCTHror wiuaro of 18 . '. ,,r . f " TS f"r lr"1 lrtinn ..i.V r r . .( I Milwiuiil biBertlim, " ', rtim m.-nts. or Uiey W11 lie conUntwd j 1. 1, ,t .ml. Transient adrartieeinontu to . ' 1.. ..1 '.1I,M. 1TI1 tJi will no liievi"-"" "J I'vi .., mi nts by the Yr.ui, Willi the privl- 1 iiiu'i'iK, an fdllowM : , '. -f a.-olumn "8 00 ' a i nl unin 'ii r'lnnm MOO ( wr of a column 62 00 "!h. rtiscmrnt lws than nm-4narU-r , f , ix r tiquare ivill be charRflil. Selected poetry. iv following iB ft v...

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 May 1864

r VERMONT TUANSGBUPI1. i oi,,, WemwA,, wi.' (itpito Uio ncjunons utteino :rrnr nrmMo:N"T TOATsrscmTPT. ST. ALBANS. -ijVMuy. ;uy ar. ino i. union i.VATioxAi. ro.vn.Tio.v. "-ThcumlrrMfctittt, mIio, ly original apr-olal-inoiit, qr fiuliHoqiiviit llgiialMtitilillncniidfi, rditMlltite t lid V.xootitho tVmimltte fronted by thn National (Viuvi-nticm liulil ut t'hlriiKO 011 tlir lf.tli duy of JUy, 1800, lo lun by call anon nil liiSllfU-l voters who ilcwirr tlir titirntiiiltlniinl iiiaiiitunntico nf the Union, the Mijironincy of the O'ltHtitut ion, nml tin; i-onii-loti- Miiiiuwion of "ttie OXiftlnR rt-bi-IUnn, with tlir miiim- HiiTi-uf, ly vigorous war. nml nil uft mid rdMi-nt tuontiH, to iml ilulcfjiitoH to n conveutum tn nwomlilu nt lULTlMOllK. ON TlKsli.W. iilK SHVKNTH DAY 01 JUNK. ISfll, at 12 nVloeV, tinnn, fir tin- puriHjHi' of irrM'ntiiii; oiiitu1nlr for tlio ofllru of 1-rrsiilont and Wi- l'roniilunt of till-Unltivl Stntrs. Knrli Mtatt having a rrprr uontntinn in Conrct-H will lw --ii...

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 May 1864

0 so and 'OW pre- h 8 1 cn ono nan their nuil ,f to a of tho i0'f Mti,y 37. ,,).;iOI0XT 'raAi'SCBll'T. ST. ALBANS. . , KrViny,"Vn.y ur. ( i)m, ,, , (Sundays excepted) from C. a, ' , ' Vl'n ,n. Hornby from T 8 ft- . ri".1,.Mh filrlw" t G.D0 11. in. ::;!jM:!1.W'tc.8on,m. Arrives at Arrive ; ..We o.l COB iu m. Arrives at ; i,v Mail cHws M li.M m, Arrirrsat " ','1 M.d eUra ni .12-fl0iV' "rrlw m. ill..'. ..... I',,, lkv Mail closes at G.30 p. in. Ar T'V " . .... ViTICE. l.lliersj,u .uajw ..i..d. .i Hie xlvirtiscii nour oi closing. i v it.viiliP.lt. Post Master. K,M,..- April's, 1801. r,-f- (......vokm luis riono littlo of V ,1 interest Hie past Week, Wo ,u;il summary to give place . ,s,.f more iinmcuiuto interest. , ... .1 i i .... i. m iiuiHiri'u uuwua nmt.- .lit eil during tho past ten treasury of the Christian lii' u U citizens of St. AlbniiB, mil to the Army Committee It w contended, nml with somo ,-,1i'uh. that the habit of spitting ,, juice on the floors of cars and li walk, is ni)...

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 May 1864

Ma nmtv$' gcimrfmcnt. Srmxo Farming. 'Working oxen need to he in good flesh, or opring work will pull hnrd upon tlicm. Cows coming in should bo kept in wirio stalls or loose boxes, well litlcred, fed some roots if possible, nnd closely writhed nnd purhnps assisted nt cnlvint. Ver min nro npt to nppcnr nt this Reason, especially on young cattle, Use tho card nnd brush freely, and apply un gucntum mixed with four or iivo times behind tho horns and down tho spine a sure cure. Surface-drain tiny land not frco of water standing upon and in tho soil. Clear tho dead furrows in wheat-fields; n shovelful of earth not removed may dam up water that may spoil wheat plants enough to yield a bushel. Ex mninq'tho outlets of underdrains and tho ground drained, for indications of obstructions. Trees injured by mico or rabbits, as noon as discovered, should have a plas ter of cowdung and clayey loam, well beaten together and bound on with an old cloth. Examine trees received from tho nursery to seo t...

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 June 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, Vol. T. ST. ALLANS, VT., FEIDAY, JlJ'.7STJil 3, 186-4. isfo. i.3 -Tin mn ATCnT)llVl YER-M-VI 1J1A1DUX. rriiMsiiKi) KVEnv fihdav 1Jy uj:nhva. cutleu. TKIUIS OV HIJIISCIUPTION t li 1 HtmlMJIll 111 Iliriiu'Hi, I ' - ....... liii-tlMti i.t rin "2 'ir,il insertions taunt ho marked on T" "a. ,n til" .r they will Ik) continued ' ', l oui ! 'Traiuiielit advertisement to ''" f. r in dvnrc. " u ,,iU 1,0 inP"tCvl &t ,2J C-"1"" l1- '"iMMTIfBMESTHnVlllB YEAH, with the. pflvi . .fhn.Kinir. M follow. : I... wrM::::::::::r:.:::"Sno , milium. If ,f mnnn 35 00 ,irt. r"f a column. . 62 00 GO 00 . rtin nient le- lhaii ono-iiiarti:r ; 00 per "iituro will bc charged. clcrtca poetry. CHOICEPOETRY. jU'fc!UEI TO A DISTANT NIIE-VD. Jt until tli'' Ti't UTl"l ., . Su midnight dreamn are nlfof then 1 r r then r-ilenceidoop-, 'nd fUcnr.- broods o or land and sea; nm m that Mill, mysterious It w ft from waf in dreams I Btatl, T . find tin v but a fancy flowor, Tb 'H lierodied idol of m...

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 June 1864

4,G Juno :( VERMONT TRAXgriUPT, . r ST. ALBANS. l.Vhlny. .lnm :t, ism. . U.MO.YJVATIO.N.U. CO.V VU.TIl).. 'riio unilowliniTKl, wltit, by original mnwliit tuatlhor tmtMilt1cnt iVMKiiution to fill vacanrii'-, ctfnMlhito the ISxPcntitr C.iiniilUtnr orofllttt liy Iho NattUnrfl (.Vinvtmlioii liultl at ChioAgu on tins ICtlulavof May, 1S00, hi'irlty rail nnon nil qilttirflou mwn lif do-irv tin UiMvmiTUImisl nialiiieiiMlroof tlio t'nlwi, tlx' mijireinney of tlio Obnetlllltlon, and Iho onii-ilcU) pnpif''Ji of tlio PXtftlng robelllun, With the oatM llmit-of, by vigorous wur, anil nil apt and afflCMiit irtoana, to pond dplacntoa tr a ivtutiti.m fa aawimklu at lUI.TlMOltn. ON TITJJDAY, 'E1IK wmtNTlt DAY OK JCNH, ISfll. at 12 o'cWfc, tiram, lor the jnirtwimi of irn-sontinf; cnnilitlatmii for the tilncws of l'lvsident and ii'e IYi'mtU-nt of tho Unfted States. Karh Stato havlnc a rr-irn-KO-.itntlon in ConRrosH will be entitled tonsmtmy dvlngntuH n uhall be wjual to twico tlio num ber of oleotom 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. — 3 June 1864

Juno S. T.LUC VKRMQNT r.r.HANS(mJ.PT. 4, VEBMOXT TEAOTEjra ST. ALBANS. T-Pi.iiiy. !, ,ho1, . .. . "iwhV-iiV'ii'irK ivoth'k. Post-onic i'n (HutidayM OTWipted) from 0 a, 'Vni P,!,"n n Sunday fmlii 7 a. m. 10 8 a. m. wVliu.' Jfc U&f"'Miia closes t coo Nn WhntfS.n'clo.CH at G.30 p.m. Arrive nt C JlZm w7 Mail closes at 5.00 a. Arrive ,:i',t.n."Mail cWs at COO a. in. Arrive nt j",X "Vut Mall doses atl2.00 1.1. Ariitcsat "'"cla Mail closes at 12.00 in. Arrive nt m., Mon.la.i-, Tuesdays, Thhmlays, and ''''llUus v J1"'1 d'm''" at '30 p' Ar- at 7 imp. r si n in, Noner.. I-ctters for Mails must , ,iuiitll at the adHrtiwd hour of closing. ' ' '" l"""1"0 a. N. llAltBEIt, lW Mastsr. m. vJl ai, April . V- On Tuesday, Juno M, there will bo a'fwii McpilnfT "tthc Town II All, St. Allans to sec if tho Town will raise $r,m'ii t.r bounties to future volunteers. In ljtrrswsa Diurr.From tho stums made in a recent telegram f;i in Mr. Secretary Stnnton, wo think v. jjc justified in supposing a call for ...

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 June 1864

. , TFI'R -V-JTjlM03SrT TRAJSTSOHIPT. !H"T farmers:' Scparlmcnt. Iine Tilth Makis Fink Ciioi-s Gronxur Vermis Gfxxtness' "Willi a . good nilttaUon, tho sccld of miceesn with garden crons, Uph in the richness of Iho soil, find its deep nnd lino tilth; tlio lftfit being fur oftcner wanting tlmn the former. A form crop of potntOcH or oven of com, will innko iv bravo Ktntgglo ntnid coarso nuggets of ciutli, if only fortiltxers are present; but such lino feeders ns belong to the guidon can lay no hold upon them; they want delicate diet, Furnuus nro often nmazed by the extraordinary vegetable results upon tho sandy soil of a city doorynrd, which they would count comparatively worthless; not consider ing that aside from tho nheitor of brick walla which make tho mm do double duty tho productive capneily of such city gardciiH, lies very mueii ili tho oxtrenio and almost perfect coiumiuntion of the noil. "What is true of garden earth, is time also of its fertilizers; they must bo tri- ' turat...

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 June 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT A. T8 Vol. T. ST. AXilBAjSTS, VT., FRIDAY, ,TU2TJi3 iOs :1S(5-I. I'TMnrnYT TH AXSfJRTPT, MiUVMJ. laiitisitr.i) KYKitv.ntiDAV , ,,,, irtll l " ImrK"'. v n, i vnla a voor wilt 1p added w lion imymciit l,v.,lU'irt'idKit immtliH. " . ., r (ii-omtimied until nil nmnrnKoa aro ! v"iVt tlio opthui "f the- Pulilislicir. or AiivKiiTistxo i ... . (..ifuTuMcsw. rcrwiimiooi ia f ti.i typp, nir urn itinpniim iiMciirom li wriwii. f inwriioiiH must Ho niniki-d on ,..nt. nr tlit'V will 1)0 rontinnwl ' ', Vitkm will 1 iiwrtcd at 12)cetitH per l.i 'i.,wBisrvr.!fTH ni"K Viun, with tho irivl- i i f if i rnlltmil S18IW . r ,., .lnitiil 2;i 00 ,Mm,f a riiiitmn on t ' ., .in fdMrtwiiient 1pm than omMjuarter i.iii " ihi pi r winare win no corKi. l. ! rrrj ' ' Frm the Home JoumaUl PICTUBES INTHE COALS. s ii.i" lv tho iilcaMiit flronide, In tiip ilnrlt and dull Dcwnnbor, .Un jiictiirfu til thr afhes or n i1""1' dying ' niluT j,,' fr.iui mit thr anlu-9 nsinR. Tmi. ludasl'v the Hiinsot Ii...

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 June 1864

50 . . i VMMOET TRAASOBIPT.lof sudUbw ST. ALBANS. FrlAny, .7uno to, 1N(U. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, j, . Or ILLINOIS. "l1, till! 'or I7ec President, 'A.N'DltEW JOHNSON, OF TGMNKSSnC.- ,'UXIO. STATU TltlKKT. 'or Governor, JOHN GKEGOBY SMITH, 01" ST. At.tlA.VS. .For wVitf. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, OF WATiniBUIlY. 'or 7Votrcr, ' 'JOHN B. PAGE, or mnxAXD. FOR CO.VGKKSS. j Irtt JDith-ict FitEiuunci; E. Wood- MtinGic, of Ycrgennes fkrond DiMriet Justin S. Moj:iui.t., of - otnilford. Third Distriel Hon. Poirrcs Baxtkii, of Derby Lino. , fltato Election, HoptrmW (itli, 1861. lUuldlobnry, Abrum B. Gardner of Bennington. SulntiiuteH Bola Howo of Shoroham, Honry C.l) wight of Bur ro. Second District Iloraco Fairbanks of St. Johnsbury, Bother W. Bartholo mow of "Washington. SuhtCuteS. P. Elngg of "Wilmington, Artcmas Cush nlan of Hoi-hosier. Hiird District Bradley Barlow of St. Albans, Hunry S to well of Cam ritlgo. Sub$lilutea- Jed p. Ladd of East Albttrgh, James Simpson of Crafts-bury...

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 June 1864

June lO TI K WKllMOV THANSCJiT PT. 3dr TEBMOST TliASSCIill'T ST. ALBANS. .rum i. iH.t. i.'i-iciuy rosT-oi'i'irn mtk:h. rt-oni"- one" (H''r- f"'m 'n- nX " V"'" "" K,,n,Uy fr"m 7 '"' ' w,! 'ffii VZ 'thn.tf'MMl closes nt 0.00 p'vw v.rrk'ri.?.n i'iftUciocH at n.oop.m. C.irtl'nOuX'rle-, at G.S0 a. m. Arrives nt f ws.v Mil clows at 5.00a. m. Arrhcs ' 'j,Viti"Mi"l close at C-00 a- Arrive at i 'V -.r-n i. i 12.00 in. Arrlvertnt A , -iH'ill .U r .1 Mail dof 12.) ni. Arrives nt ';, n,.,'M.'m:). Tuesdays, Thursdays, n,l r liv uVant Hay Mall closes t C.80 p. m. Ar- a, ; mi p. in. ... v..Ttrr I,cltrr fur Malls must er r',tn..tlT t the advertised hour of cloning. , rm.uj j,vnmJU Vml Master. st .u,n. AprHjMMt- R-f' 11,, amount of Imttor shipped fr tin' depot nt llmns for 1,10 w ..n.linff Alny 31st, 18G1, wns 9!),-f- n.nmls; nuiount for tbo week ("V, . .Inno 7tli.'18G4, was 80,738 i, total, in tin; two wooks, one i ,i I and eighty-six thousand, six j, !, , il and thirty-seven pounds. For , ' r-, .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. — 10 June 1864

00 TI W: 'rIUl()NT TRA.jTBCUUI?T. ' ' " " For Iho Vrrmotfl Itniiscripi. LnTLE GIRLS COMPLAINT. Why don't npa come homo, mama, And kiss both you and mo? " He said, you Vnow, if ho did go To war in freedom's name, - Twould not bo Ioiir that he'd b( gone, And now 'til timo he came. 'For when ho left, the deep (mow prcs'd Tlio bosom of the earth, And wintry winds rattled tlio blind While wo at by the hearth So mny hours - those long night-hours And talked of him awsy ; ' 'Watching tho bright, cheerful flro-light, And oft for him did pray. Then camo tho spring, when every thing Was drowsed in brightest greoti, And nil the birds, in sweetest words, Wero singing, it did emn. Then summer came, and In its trnlti Tho riches of the earth Tho waving plains nf grass and grain, And flowers of heavenly birth. Now imtnmn'H store gathered onco more, .l'oretolls the winter near, Yet day by day I Mill must say, 1 wish papa wero here I hiic, IBM. V PRESERVATION OFFURS. overt' dity-'lofiH local uiitl ti...

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. — 17 June 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT; 4, IT TOKHH7 "ol 1- ST. ALBASTS, VT.S FBIDAY, J "UISTE X7, 18CWL-. !L6: l"4t rJMOyT TRANSCRIPT vnnv rittt)Y CUTJL1- I't'Bt , ml) l' v ft Hl'IIHCHirTION I f IliroUCli Uit'lVsl' c Miiwcniicrn 30 rent in ill l. ..1.1ml wViftn Ymrmnnt. ., Kix month. 1 , ,11,. . ntltiod until all Iwcbwkoi aro pMf . VUo qllwn of the rnUli-hor. .. iil.'fiuVKIlTI8IXO I DVMTt.'EMESTS.-rcr squnrp of 12 f HII.lF ..... I for first Insertion '0 uf imrrtions mnt bo marked on V, 0r Uio be continued "(l "TrMisieht advertisements to I, is Will 00 Him.nvu.ui. .j " mixmM tnfi Yeah, with Uio iirfvi- ,c, n follow : , . ulunin Jto 00 ,. 1,,.nn M W plc-mindcd. earnest, and toll n story ' leavo tts. IIo had ennin at intervals to much bettor mm casior man any wo-, pass Ins evenings with us; ho was al men in tho world. "Wo thought- we snid, indeed 'sho was young to have w'andored so far; she must have been very young to havo quitted lior father's house ton yours gono by.' 'Very young very foolish, Mon...

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. — 17 June 1864

I VERMONT TRAHSGRIPT. ST. ALBANS. JPriatty, Juno XT' i 1HOI. jf.J NATIONAL UNION TICKET." ..f For President, LINCOLN, 'A BE A II AM VJ f OF ILLINOIS. pf.-T i - for Fi'cc President, XMj REW JOHNSON, !."i'J 'it OF TENNESSEE. '"UNION STATU TICKET. For Governor, JOHN GREGORY SMITH, p. Or ST. ALBANS. For Lieut. Governor, Sit .f. paul Dillingham; For Treasurer, .JOHN B. PAGE, , OF ltt.TI.AND. FOIl CONOItESS. iiivi District Fuedeiuok E. Wooo- 3s.1-i.idoe, of Vcrgonues. Second District Justin S. Monitn.t., of Strafford. AirdJJiiitrid'ToiXTCB B.fxT..n of Dcr by Lino. ' HUto Election, BfjiU-nilicr Clli.SfiW. THE NOMINATIONS BALTIMORE.- AT The -two days work of tho Baltimore Convention was well done. In the choice language of one of our city ex changes, "tho nomination for tho Pres idency, made at Baltimore, wo beliovo to be;tho formal record of tho settled wish of a great majority of tho sup porters of tho "Union. Tho choice of Mr. Lincoln is one that has been made with , singular deliberatio...

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. — 17 June 1864

June 17. THE VT5KM05STT TRA.TSTSCR1PT. 55' VERMONT TRANSCRIPT; ST. ALBANS. -. rosr-oPKicn sotick. ivml-oniec open (Sundays excepted) from C a. "X'fPon ffigh Mall closes at 0.30 $!5k H,nSih Sf'cloM t COO p.m.' 'jhfdiiM at C30 n. m. Arrive, at f" ttutheru way Mall closes at 5.00 a. in. Arrives "Mastcn Mail closes at COO a. in. Arrives at S'l?i'rJSfifM Mall closer at 12.00 m. Arrive at '".'."'.Via Mail doses at 12.00 m. Arrives at ! ixi ik, 'Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and h sturlK" y JU11 cl'M Al 0,30 P m Ar" tl i at ' 1 V- ' r srr. tu. Notice. letters for Malls must i ,n iir.iinntlj at the advertised hour of closing. In id prinrJ HAUBEll, l'ost Master. , UVann. April 8, 1861. 5-tf. WANTED at this Office, an Intelligent Y lU Man. of stenly, Industrious habits, as an ,wr. nti'-e to the printing business. Tho selections to bo found on the outer pages f t,ie Tiiansciuit aro made Vitb caro and will well ropay perusal, v, . other weekly paper in tho State nus a greater variety of choice ...

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. — 17 June 1864

06 r W'rftc .prmcrjg'. department. I hi Shew Bkmh-iciax. to a Faum. Thol Tvroflte of keeping fiheep are nut nt nil derived from tho wool ihoy profliico, ; and their increnso of numbers, for their j manure is ono 01 tuo uesi icruuzcrs that wo have. Although sheep will not thrive if kept too long on tho Bam6 farm, yet tho soil upon which thoy nro kept will rapidly incroaso in its fertil ity. A moderate conting of sheep manuro will renovate worn soil more than n heavy coating of bnrn-yard ma nure, and no manure is bettor adapted to tho growing of wheat than this. Sheep may bo niado a great profit to a farm as fertilizers, if a little attention bo paid to this subject, and a little pains taken to savo their droppings, or having it dropped whero thu soil needs it. This may bo dono during tho winter by feeding tho sheep when tho weather will numit, in the poor est field there is on tho farm; and the sheep shed should bo well littered with straw, saw-dust, or something of tho kind, so that...

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 June 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. i a i . .(St Hi id Vol. i. 5S5ST transcript, .Hi"'- PimMBIIED EVERY FRIDAY HENRY A. CUTLER. TJ UMS OP 8UIISCHIPTION I . .... J roccivinc tho paper through ' Vpti- It iu ii J3 ccr annum. XO 1 iurro Biiuscriuurn fan'fi thH"10 carrier, ,... ,, lrlvUrwill I added .Then payment HJ T ii months. ' . , continued until all arrrnrftBCH ro X Spttonof tho Publisher. . At 1MTCUUW v.------ IIATBS OP AIIVKHTISI.MH - . ..,,Tti.rMrfTi Per siinare uf 12 I TM'I ,1.1. ivn. for first lnsortlon 7f E M.TforVcli untaconont insertion, 9 cent.. rSl'nSStarof insertions must bo markc! or. 1 , ..i,..mpntis. or uicy win ie oiiiuuuw UUordorouo w riSoit Isoticm M bo Inserted at 12J cents per ...wMtfTsnrTiiE Viui, with tho pnvl. tfilSEr. .woo P;(ofaeolum.. ...... ...... 00 ne ColMin V ' '.'Yl.V-'Jmiwillirlv.r , ho OQpersqnimmcharge.1. ft(f(f(l poetry. BY THE SEA-SHORE. doe by the sldo of the summer sea, Idlv dreaming one snmnirr day, Under the cedar boughs I lay; ind ever the summer breeze 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. — 24 June 1864

UO n ' TI l J 7" "m"f- " .Tv-r-r-t- r1 ITl- a -T(TTrT-rii jr. f ITT 1 Vne 24? JL i 1 ft i t i 9 Hi ' JW A n. m, T T - "JJ f) w li SUTi5?I.I?R0NT W'tnblt'8 Unit will give as much nu-Kvlieii (bo American people. wlthoutre-fl maud a I p nn.iSLii. i. H trimeiit as moat, and are more heiillli- fmrd to one or another ofthc political di-? I its opci VERMONT TRANSCftlPT.'4 4 t ti!U4c tiir fuiu f th jrf ity.. u .? l f r Judgo Brndloy's fulfilment of tho highly responsible ami onorous duties ALBANS. JTriilny, Juno U4., l&U-l. " NATIONAL U.VIO.V TICKKT. For President, AB11AHAM LINCOLN, Or ILLINOIS. ' ' ' For Vice President, 'il''ANDR'E"V JOHNSON, ,vf , . OF TENNESSEE. , Presidential Klection, NWmbcr 8th, 18G1. I. UNION STATU TICKET. .For Governor, JOHN GREGORY SMITH, Or ST. ALBANS. For Lieut. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, Or WATEHllimT. For Treasurer, JOHN 13. P. Or IU!TLAND PAGE, First , FOIl CONOUTJSS. District FnEDEWCK E. Wood biudoe, of Vergcnnes. Second District Justin S. Moiuull, of Str...

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 June 1864

V '1-1 Jixne 59 VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALgAlgilA y 1 ,Ui una. jj POST-OKKICM XOTJCK. ll-Offlw open (Sundays excepted) from C a. m. w ' i Run.iay from 7 a. m. io o . m.. "ttw.yM.a, closes at. 0..W KYwkhwoihfiril'cfcwci at fi.30 r.w. LmtM t 7.2:1 P- !"' .... .1 a u . m. Ari-ll-mi hi Sortlirxn JUU Closes ... S. r.,1"'. Mail doses al 8.00 . m. Arrives E."'111 tlo,,C8 ' 0,00 W' An,T" Kt "mfcMifM Mail closes at 12.00 m, Arrives at 100 Mail close at 12.00 m. Arrive at Ocnrgia '" " rr.H1i.T.. Tlmrsdavs. nnd 0 00 a "' s?Alfcn lly Mall closes nt 0.30 p. in. Ar- r m -y r.,s,.tl ,l()lir if loMll2 t in prmi J JIAHHKH, Post Master. Rt Alb, April 8, Vm. f-"- jRfaT At tlio Goncrnl U. S IIoHpitnl nt. Montnolier thoro nrnjiin'-nll 300 woiindfitl soldiers : 125 of thorn fronl Mitino, und 175 from tho Vermont llcgimonts. Additional surgooiiH, mir- f ANTED at tliin Office,, an, .intelligent hung Mn, oi " """- - Ltwitlrt to the printing bushier. OcuJonOFncE.-We call tlio attcn- 1 . 1 11. ..tnwnnnln f wn...

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 June 1864

IK : .3 If A" ft 60 TI-I.K VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. iarmfW gjciiartmcnt. June 24. I'norAOXTiN'o by Crrrisas. -Propn-gating by cuttings is not nearly so well understood by peoplo generally as it should bo. "Wo may say by gardeners generally. Nearly all soft wood will grow from cuttings, in tho hands of a careful person. It is a common way to multiply grapes, currants, goose berries, etc.; but few persons unac quainted with horticulture will attempt tho samo thing with tho raspberry and mulberry, with which, following tho name method, thoy would bo nearly if not quite as successful. So with flow ering shrubs, which in propagating arc usually "laid down," there is not tho least difficulty, though with sonio tho success is not so uniform as with othcre. All thu arbor vines am bo propagated by inserting thobranchingof last year's wood four or fivo inches, without re moving tho leaves. Prepare tho bed, dig deeply, pulverize the soil well, and put it 111 good order. To bo sure of the cutting gr...

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