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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 June 1866

VERMONT 3 T o rp ill X. Vol. ST. A.TjB-AJSTS, YT., 3T-;RTDA.Y, JTnSTE! 1, HH66. No. 115. THE I P w If w M IIIi: TRANSCRIPT, ,VIII -!KI KVF.nY ntlliAY. DAVIS, Kdltoi' milt t'ro lti It-tor OK WiisnnTi(f I ii': Hie pniicr through the lVmt uitinm. To Village HubmrJI'tTH i liy llic pnrnor, ri'iii in . h.H'K'"l. ii will 1).' mldi'il wlion payment ,1 month. .ti'ineil until all rrrl(?en nre ii!. njitioii nl the Pulllslier. il OK ADVHllTIStXO t Missln )T MARY C. VAt OIlX. "Thoro's no other way, Mary. T shall havo to go !" Ho said tho words as if pronounc ing his own doom, and so sho received them. Thoro was siloneo 1'ctween the two who so loved each other; if the thing were inovitablo thoro was nolh- ing to bo said, liencctortn only cn-1 durnnco was possible. Mary was the first to speak M. against tho older Harding. And this for his t-yo fell, for one tnomotit, upon it wan that Iloraco had accepted. , a soldier, in worn and faded uniform, J.hat very day ho had agreed to enter sauntering up t...

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. — 1 June 1866

June n. o TJ-LU VERMONT TRlSrSCHIPT. THE TRANSOM P'l ST. ALBANS. KrUlny. .Juno t, 1SOO. Tlic Serenade. For sonic timo pnst the Washington correspondents of the city papers lmvo nlludcd to ft grand cabinet serenade "soon to come off." It did "como off" on Wednesday evening of last week, nnd there is much disagreement con cerning it. Somo of llio papers pro nounce, it ft farce; others n fnilure. Wo inclino to tho belief thnt it was ft littlo of both tho occasion ornl DonniEon, who was noxt visited, labored to impress upon his audience tho importance of harmonizing the Prcsidon t mid Congress, which ho thought might bo done. Thus ended tho Cabinet Serenade. Gen. Slunnarrtjor Congress. There having been somo doubt whothor tho ro-iustatoinent of Gener al Staunard in his position in the Army, would not occasion tho with drawal of his name in connection with the nomination for Congress in this District, wo are authorized to say that the General's temporary retention in the army will mako 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. — 1 June 1866

1. June THE TJUNSC11IPT. ST. ALBANS. 1rlln.V .Titno 1, 1 WOO. .shall KlnRwnn Street lie Widened? ' The recent destruction by firo of llio "Works ut tlio foot of Kingintm tlii- villngo trustees of a petition, very txtensivcly Hifrncd, risking Hint the 'frii t mny bo widened. At present, ns wn known, tho only convenient v!iv by which tho Dopot grounds can I,,'. rtnel'cd from Mnin Street is )t''ruRh Lnko Street. y increrisiiig w"jth of Kingmnn to sixty feet, ns .numplnted, tho village liiB n street rv wnv eijtinl to Lnko find ono which ,1 lu ns extensively used; nnd tho uslnntly increasing business of tho tr ficcuis to demand nnothor thdr- lifnre in tlio direction oi mo jjo- Ml" If the street is over widened it cms to us mat it siiouui oo uono btcauso the expense will not bo at as it will bo a fow years hence. t-' i-i na to tho oxnonso. Wo arc ui " ( ,rc ,1 by ono of tho Trustees who lUH pven the matter much considora t u that the entire cost cannot bo in r ,jh1 numbers over threo or f...

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. — 1 June 1866

Ti I K VKIUVIOJNTT TKAJSTSOJUir'T. 4 .fiuwitf gifiwrlincnf. Swn Mr Mirror it- .Miroir-. Sheep IIiishamliT. In tlio oiid, tliis question of SliOop Husbandry must, in Iho Ultimo of things, let tic itself upon Uiia trutli, nnmely: 77ir v tcnri carries and fathers the mod wool is the brut. This must bo at tlio bottom of overy other fnct, nnil if in any given breed of sheep, to tlio greatest nttniimblo quantity of wool svo can add weight of carcass, completeness of form and symmetry of outline, so much the hotter. Tlio beautiful will (lion have crowned tlio useful, and each shall mafco the othor more attractive. Hut a beautiful form and symmetrical contour aro only or naments; they aro not ossontials; ami if to thoso we sacrifico tho indisponsa blo and fundamental fact of wool, wo bhall in the end fail. It iB for this rea son that wo receive with peculiar sat isfaction any intimations of efforts be ing made to find out how much wool our sheep do produce. To accomplish this object wo wish...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. WW Vol. 3. . TUB TRANSCRIPT, rujiMsitfin bVkixv hiiday. u-fflll'll iVlVlM, RilHor nml IM11 IHlrlnr. TKrtMA OF "sir'usciui'Tio.v i T,. iYifH tccf Ivlnj? the VWct through the Post nmM per Milium. To M1Ur unlwcriliore i , "ihf lic ppcr by Uio carrier, so cents in KitK Cents a yor W when payment ., ifltfrA lwrinl hix won'-lis. v ft lYisCAri'Unnr.A nntil all arrearaRes are c opt at Hi "Illon of the Publisher. nvnis or aivkhtihio i fiiivsKN AnVrtmrtSKjrrs. rorBquaroof 12 ir'S "t Ikia t!TS 'r "rut insertion 91, , , af h sftbsoqnent inttf lion, cents. TV ntimfcer of !artiiiiH mini bo marked on II (ivc n-fff nt, or they will bo continued j Hti'ifA ont. Transient advertisements to 'thTiii advance. j- K Mural discount will lio made on tho h'v.' r'i to thoso advertising by tho year. traAt X,irii'M will uo inserted at 15 cents per gt, Albans Business Directory. B iILKI " VVIN, ATTOIINUYH AND i , ot Nsr.ILOUS AT LAW and Solicitors in I -v iKlirc ill tho rooms formerly ooci...

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. — 8 June 1866

s. THE TRANSCBIPT, ST. ALBANS. .Krlduy. .lum? H, INOd, I' ii I on Stain Convention. Tlio Union llqmliliean Vottin nf Vermont arc licrcliv wmctnl to nnwinblo in Mass Oonvkk- . ... V. ..... T,.u,. OII.1. lff,C, t 11 o'diicJ A. M., for tlio jmnxmo of mmiitiatlnc Gowrnor. Lieut. Gmrrnnr, mnl Trcnsnrcr, unit triuiMct ny otlicr lniKinrps Hint limy jmiiierly cnmo beforo tlic Convention. DUUNHAM MAHTIN, DUDI.KY 0. WKNN1PO.V HF.NIlYCI,AltK. 0K01l0KH.llI0r.L0W, JOSKl'H POLAND, 0. M. KTONK, AHA It. CAMP, Montpcllcr, Jnnn 5, 1MM3. rit oncBordored sovoral companies of Rogttlnrs lo this nnd other points on Uic frontier. Tlio first soldiers nrrivcd i nt nn curly hour Saturday nioriiinl . Tiiis 'Vermont rriA.isrscniPT. Tim RinVnflnii lii Canada. The Montreal Tclrernnli on, the invasion. Tlir ' ojilc Aim mrit. From nil wo can lenrn from gonllo nioii wlio lmvo visitod Cnnndn, mid from Fort Warren, 3oston harbor, from tlio Montronl papers, wo nro in- A ntoro dospicablo paper than tli6 Montreal Telegrt...

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. — 8 June 1866

June 8. THE TBANSORIP ST. ALBANS. The latest Jtanlnn News. Tk0 iniaiis commenced crossing . lmc Werfnestlny evening and it is Itftt bytllis linIotlml tho InrB l,lS which huvo been in Iho vicinity ,fFast IIiglig"lnml Frnnklin nro neur it all across. Gentlemen just from the f(, mt" thnt n largo portion of tho 'n re well nrined, but havo not a p, rabundnncc of ammunition. It is, ffivcr, being pc"1 to them as fast as "rnmbtniicps will permit Xii- nrrestofGon. Swconoy caused t tipenr and other Foninn ofliccrs , mUcriy disappear. It is sup f.5,.1 that they havo gone to tho fr ft evening's train brought about ,hrp.. humlred more mon, a portion of Ah . 'in gt dissatisfied and returned to .,, r h- nu's. A company of thirty- fal!v armed and provisioned got j flif (ieorgia station this morning w.'.l soon join their brethren. u ii.hhtional company of rognlars r I this morning, making six in ,j L w in St Albans and vicinity. it. i. Spear's army, it is believed, willkve littlo opposition this sid...

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. — 8 June 1866

TJ I U V ULIMOjSTT TBANSCKJ PT. Jin. farmer?" Jfpartmfitt. it Mutton llic HeMJor Farmers. Tho clicnpcbt merit for fanners mutton. It mnv safely Bo Knitl costs nothing. Tlio wool Hint is nn ntmllj Klieiiietl from the body of ev ery sheep, richly pays for its keeping. It rosts much less to keep sheep than nt tho North, on account of tho short ness of our winters. Then there is the increase nn item of great impoi Inncc. Tho increase is so much clear profit. From this in crease the farmer can get all his meat for a year if ho likes, or he may save tho lambs and take some of tho older ones. m "The wonderful progrt xs of Medical Bciincc tluriiiK the past six vents, only makes It possible for tliu conteiui tious Physician to declare, now, that Consumption U certainly cured as In totmittrtit Fever, and cs cettainly is t prevented as Monti Pox." -Charles 1'.. King, M. 1)., LI.. I).. .1.. King's Prepared Prescription, Matte f rim the I'KKrriiilinii of Iter. ("mm. E. ' KL M. IK, L. L. IK, dr. ...

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. — 15 June 1866

x . " . ' I THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. 3. ST. AXBAjNB, VT., FBIDAY, JUjSTIG 15, 1866. No. 117. THE TRANSClllPT, ruiiMSHEn i:vr.nr rniD.vy. ,.-irtirit V. DAVIS, HilHor mill Pro -prlrtnr TliltMH OV SU1ISC1UPTION I t those receiving tho paper through tho Tost J" s'j.oo per aiiimm. To Village subscribers 0!S'",v1n- the VW '' tl10 carrier, 00 cent In rnmoi?"iU bo charged, r fif Cents a year will bo added when payment VUU'J ls-yond "ix '0,lt,is. "v mm r discontinue.! until all arrearages arc pari" i'i'"l't nt tl10 l,Uon of 11,0 1,lll,Iisl,cr- itvrns op AiJvmiTisixo i vrT Advkbtiskmests rcr nquaro of 12 T r l.ss. or tlih typo, for first Insertion 91, 1 a, 'j subsequent insertion, 'M rents. i number of insertions must bo marked on , vrti-rmeiits, or tliey will bo continued " " inler- d out. Transient advertisements to -a- liberal discount will bo mado on tlio v ' rat- i t" thoe advertising by tlio year. ' r u N"Ti'T-s will bo inserted at 15 cents per St. Albans Business Directory. in FA 1...

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. — 15 June 1866

o VI I 10 V KUMONT TRANSCRIPT -r- THE TRANSCRIPT, ST. ALBANS. TJic Fen la ii War. Tlir Ailviuiir Into t'minilii. Tho Fenians halted Thursday night iicnv Pigeon Hill. Previous to cross ing the Jino Gen. Spoar addressed his command, telling his men in substnnco hnt they were nhont to ninrcli into lho territory of tho mortal cnomios of Ireland. "Yon must," ho said "spare tho women and children; but tho mon I leavo in your hands." Tho head quarters of tho commanding officer wero established in the houso of a to lake with them, thoy loft for others to pick up. Tho sloro of Mr. John Walker was otiliroly roliovod of its contents! whilo thoso of Messrs. Win. N. Patterson and J. H. Smith fared badly. The l'lfililcnl' I'roc litinntliiit, Tlio seizure of thoir nrins by govern ment officials and tho arrest of Gen. Sweeney wcro disheartening to tho Fenians; still they wcro determined to "press on," hoping and believing that victory would yet bo (heirs and a linn foothold obtained on Canadian soi...

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. — 15 June 1866

rn HQ VEBMOOT TRANSCRIPT. June 15. Till? TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. l-Vl !' Tuno 15 1SOI). ITnlon Stuff Convf iilion. Mil UUl. , , t - .. t I....I llnv.tiiMr mill. ...ii.mntUiS " . I.... . - J. .i .. .nrrr. ntlU imilPnUV HI1V Olllil uiinmunn ...... 1 i,roP;rlv come before On- Convention. " ' ' inmSH.VM MAltTlN. . DUDLEY 0. DENNISON IIENHY CLAIIK. I'nion UOltOElI.HlOELOW, State JOSEPH POLAND, Con- C. M. STONE, AHA It. ('AMI. J Mon(il'er, J 1,1,0 5' 1fic; Vnion County Convention. m, voters of Franklin County who adhoro to i iiriin iplf of the parly, through whoso 1 '' , v tin' lt' rebellion was suppressed, nnd i m't. eniv f tlm nation preserved; who 1ms ' " ih it tli" accession lo puworof Hip party op. ' ' i i i (hi in would bo a groat natlonaloal.mil 1 ,',',li.' favor tho adjustment of tlic grave ' ,., stil) at ihsuc, in a spirit of moderation, ' lumit of justice to nil-arc requested to t ,u ri'iDTi'iition at Sheldon, on Wednesday, '" rilMlav of June, 18CG, for the purpose of ' '-i'i ut...

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. — 15 June 1866

4.- Tl-LJKl YJilKMONT TKA.NSCJLIIPT. tJtnie 15 mtrt griiartmrnf. MAKING- GARDEN. Now begins The house wife's happiest season of tlio year, ly tn 1)V Tlic almanac consulted, ami tlio signs Tl,i r-miiml. alrcadvtirokcil Itv tlio snado- Tne IkmIk nunc level iy me passing rase (v,niiirniL' favor. forth Willi aurim full Of choleeft seeds, the best tlio past car gavn, She sallies to tlie garden where, all day, Drcatliing tlio pleasant oilur of tlio mould, Sim bends antt plants, while to her eye of hnpo Here springs tlio early iea, anil thoro tho hean, Tlio lettneo and thcraildish, andwhatcle Here, culinary providence requires, lint chief of all. with careful hands, she sets Tho slips, and inillis, and plants, whMi round each lied. Fhall make a bright embroidery of (lowers. - Itradt Xrir J'aftoral AOUE DE MAGNOLIA, K toilet dollcht. Superior to ntiv Cologne, nsed to bathe tho face pud person, to render the lii toft and rs'.'orl y n lamtiuti t ,'opei- fnino clothing, rot headache, Ac. It Is...

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. — 22 June 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. 3. THIS TRANSCRIPT, t'l')iI,lHiu:l) r.VKttY nttDAY. uir.iitnt r. uavih, n.iiior im.t i'io- " prlctur. TIMIMS HI" HttllSOIUPTlON I 1 ""iVmsr the paper by tho carrier, ao triiK In r,'.'T'.-will bo charged. v rtv O tH venr will bo added when payment ,lllivulbivondHix months. ' ' - u ...... id, i, f.M tmt It nil nrronrnLTH nlo i, cu.'pl at tho option of tho Fullisher. U.VTHS OP ADVUllTlSIXCJl r, st AiivEirnsratr.XTS.ror An,narP or 12 r , m, or this type, for Hrst insertion S'i '' )i milwqiK'Dt insertion, 3 ceiil. "i'i number "f inseitimii" muHt bo marked on i,, rdHi mi nto, or thoy will bo continued ".j',.M'ri 1 out. Transient advertisements to " if.rmaibanrc. ' i j,i ral discount will bo jnado on tho , 4,',t, i t thoso advertising by tho year. j r hi 'WES will be inserted at ID cmiIk per ST. ALBANS, VT., FEIDAT, ) LT"N"33 oo 1SG6. No. 118. After Kjfly Years. 11V MAllY C. VAtNlllAN. iiaitt St. Albans Business Directory. ,V'i SHr.I J-OIIS AT TAW anil Solicito...

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. — 22 June 1866

o fv THE TRANSCRIPT, ST. ALBANS, yrldny. .JunoilU, I mm. New Yoiik, Juno, 20. Gold, 153. .1 m - - The Conner Convention -Mr. Mor rill Tor Senator. Tho fact Hint thcro nro two now Senators to bo nominnttd, nnd n ehnngo nindo in Homo of tho othor ofliccs, will undoubtedly cnll together n largo number nt tlio Republican County Convention, which wools nt Sheldon on Wednesday of next wool:. Moro importance attaches to tho nom ination of State Collators this year than there has for many ycaiB past As our renders nro awaro tho next legiblalnrc will bo called on to elect a United Stntcs senator for six years from March next, to fill Iho seat so long and ably occupied by tho lalo Hon. Jacob Collaincr. Tho two can didates for that position arc tho Hon. Justin S. Morrill nnd the lion L. 1 Poland. Wo favor tho election of tlio former becauso wo think ho is tho Iwt mnn for tho nlace: nnd in sayiiiK this wo do not wish to bo understood as casting tho least reflection upon the ability of Judge Pol...

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. — 22 June 1866

niifl vjoimont tuansojupt. 3 June oo rrJ THE TlVNSORIFJ ST. ALBANS. VrHlny. Ttiil a, 1HOO. liilon County Convention it 1.11.. . I.. n.tlu. In The voters m i jaiiRiiu vimiii; V"" , , Umso ihc inlociitv of llio nation preserved; !' , tt "thai OH" accession to power of llio party op- d to them would ho a great national calami ir il who favor tho mljuatiiicnt of tho grave Lotions Mill at iuo, in a spirit of moderation, a basis r Justice to all-aro requested to J ,t ut convention at Sheldon, on Wednesday, n 27th ilny or June, 1H(!0, fur tho purpose of 111 ...i..,.. f,,imiv nnimrH. nml iIoIiil' nnv oth- ii iiniiiHui'b v et bnsiuess inuuyxj ri'T.v- I,. ... . IINBON, i iVORTII.I W, It. HUTCHINSON, FARNSWt Com. Vliilo driving nenr llio lioiul of lakci sheet, Tuesday nftoniooti, tho horso of Mr. Hugh Scales took fright nml throw him out of tho wngon, bronk nifj Ins neck and killing him almost in .liintly. , . . Collector Stannnrd arrived in t.iwii 'Wcdncsdny ovoning and is look m halo and hea...

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. — 22 June 1866

' 4 tjl-jlk vkhmont tkajstsoiu PT. J une o jParmfi'js' ficiar(mcnf. Qnnc Actish OiMrtOT. Miiteiinls nro within cnsv rcncli of most people tlint, jiuliciotislv conipoiiiitlerf, will .n,il.n find rnto forliliaers for tlio cnr-1 tlcn, for field crops in tlio lull, lor the 1 .iw Inwii. or lor ion uresbiiiK mowing li.nds or grain. There nro Tlir woit'li iful pmgrim of Modlwil Science dm un. Hi' P'st yonre, only inakm It possible fr (liO coiisclgii tlmis VlijMcian ("declarr, flofr, IRat Consumption ih i rtalnly cured its In-tt-i mittc-ut 1'eier, and Cm cortnlnly prciciilcd as Small Pox."--ChaileM H. King, M. 1)., LL. 1)., etc. King's Prepared Proscription, tiuh'from thv frvtrt iiiliim Iter. Cliar. K. Jiimi, M. IK, J.. I.. v., ut.j I r.iiiililciill nrtoeuted ti tho public fur llio KOI110 I i,,.n ,1 -an' .if rONMt.lllM'IO.V. in its for me iiaiiieai i uic oi Aslhma, llri'iiclilHi" ... 't ...... ...... linn .tit Liu mvi, Itlflftn ' Iii.ihI mil Hlli'll! Stlllfl wincii " 'V " l' :',. . r..,,Pl,...

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. — 29 June 1866

1DTDT JL hit Vol. 3. ST. AT.33A.iSrS, VT., IIBIDA, JT7!N"ID 20, 1 R66. TPT? A Mwr JL .JH.XJL.-i. KJ J JL THE TIUNSCMPT, rrnusnim r.vr.UT i'Uiday. tfUt'rt AV1I, Rilllnr mill I'ro prldnr. TfcllMH HV "sUlTCKIPTHNi , ,i,"t rrivtB tho paper through tho Vost l Vi.oCpcf ftimnm. ToMllagomibBCiibcrs uB - ll"' I'M' ,,y varrier 50 c"" I ."irill be charged. , C . . , nta a TOM will bo nddod Tilicn. payment I,,,,! 1). voi'id nix months. ' ii diseoiitinivd Willi all arrearages nrj l , pt at tlio ojtion r tUr Publisher. RMT.S OP AIJVnilTISINUi N.,ivi .VDvuiTtursFsis, rnrjxiunroof 12 !, of Ibm typo, fur first fnecrtt'Jii SI, , b raVn Qitcnt Insertion, 8.1 c-uiitn. " ,t iu mniiP, e thy will bo, oontiiuHKli , -, j cut Trtnoionl ndvvrltsuinents to . . .r ih ,(tv1. I 4J- I nk' " W" wlH bo matlo on tho t,- trwe advorlving by tlio year. , s rvf will bo inserted nt IS cents per St. Warts Ilnslncss Dircctorj. B ltIK V D.WIJI, AllUIUNmn M 1 l.iun ;vi. ,1 nnu nuiiuimin 111 , nfli. in tbe room formerly occu- ...

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. — 29 June 1866

I o THE TRANSOM PT, ST. ALBANS. Message on (lie Constitutional Aincndmcnt. Franklin Co. Union Convention. Tho frfcemonof Franklin County mot pursunnt to cull, in convention, at Shel don, on Wednesday, the 27th iust., nt 10 o'clock A. HI. Tho convention was culled to order by Hon. D. D. V!cnd, Chairman ot tlio County Committeo, who nominated for loinpornry prosi- T , . I, D dent Hon. J. M. Hotchkisi of Fairfax. In refcronco to tho President s mos- , . , , . , ., ... ... , . , i Mr. Hotchkms linviit" boon moated, sngo on tho constitutional ainondmont, , ,. , ... , , , , 7 ,; took tho chiur, when, on motion of which wo give below, Walton 8 Journal . , c? .... , , . ,,i Ooo. 0. Hunt, Lsq., A Jinnies, of St. BnyB: "Ho could not veto it, because 1 ' ... ... ... ... . , Albans, was elected tonipornry becro- lt is valid without his sigunturo, so ho ' 1 , , , . ,. ., tary. On motion of li A. Sowlos, Esq., conld onlv run out Iiib sting in a mcs- , . i ,i, i.. of St. Albans, tho temporary orgn...

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. — 29 June 1866

June 29. THE YKMONT TEA TsTROXT PT. 8 flMTl? TP A TCrtl I PT n. neb carpet, valued at JUU, prcsent 1111! l .liiUOUIll .L 1 lb 110mbcrs 0f St. Paul's Church ST. ALBANS. Ki-itiHs. .unm ihiici. Tlio TiiANscitiiT is not very much mvcii to misccllnneous pnflhig. A rco puss 011 tll Hn'lrond, or n free ticlfctto concerts or "nigger bIiow" 't nlwnys buy us; yet wo nro open to "conviction." And wo do bcliovo that Amy Stone's theatrical troup, soon to visit St. Albnns, judging from the very excellent notice's wo find in our exchanges, is ovary way deserving of the pntronngo of our best people. -- - AVe tlmnk Mr. T. G. Hiclmrdson, tl0 photogrnphor, for excollent card pictures of Gen. Swecii)', Gon. Sponr, ltd. Mcelinn nnd Joseph Kelly, which jjp l,(is recontly taken, and for which foolinrges the moderate price of twen ty five cents each. Vr A. C. "Woodruff, in St. AllmiiR. ' ln, Beared, this season, from a graded I " , . 11, wc,,Vr, fourteen pounds of washed .I, bung tho growth of cloven nths....

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. — 29 June 1866

June 9 4 TJHLJfl VKRM.ONT TBANSORLPT. nrmrr SnKirtmfnt. Large Yields, biiTsmall ArcrnKCS. Tlic wntit of nccurncy, I fcnr, ia rath er an npriciilturnl characteristic. "My cow gives tun pounds of linUi'i' n week," unitl n neiglilnr the other titty. "That ia capital," I said, "hut do you wcigli the butter?" After a little hesitation lin coii'eFBcd that ho tllil Hot, but felt i obtainine: a natronam- mitc uniirecmloiited. It Kiirn from tho size of tho roll that 1 1 faoritc with aetrcfm ami opera singer. LOOK ! LOOK! LOOK! TSUUAXCU.'n,0 unitoraiRiKxt .1. n AGUE DE MAGNOLIA. A toili t delight. Superior to any Oolo gno used to bath" tin.' faco ami person, to render tlie sliifoftatid r sb, totl y inllaiMiiitijf, 'opci fnuio elntliiliL'. for hcatlacho. Ac li in inaim- factuteil fromllierleli Southern Magnolia, and l LOCKE (hero was at least as much rta ho said. Ho is a good fanner, and takes much pains with his cowa, and it is not im probable that ho gets tho nmount of butter ho says, but it...

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