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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 6 July 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ! iff '7 Vol. 3. fIIE TRMSORIPT," renusuct) uvunt hiiday. D.VVlS, tfitllor unit Vto prlrdir. fBUMS OF SUIISClUl'TlONji - . rvtiU n vrar will bo added when payment i, il layed beyond "1 months, v , j,aI)or discontinued until all arrearages nro (1, tj'cpt at tho option of tho Publisher. HATICS OV ADVKHTISIXU I TltMSIEXT A DVEUTISKMEXT8. Vet square. Of 12 r of thin type, fr Aft insertion 3'. V' , subsequent insertion, as ronli. Tii number f insertions must ho marked on il ,' . rtiscinents, or they will ho continued nnli) ''1' K& out- Transic,lt advertisements to ,1a pail r in advance. A lilioral discount will ho mado on tho ,i ra s to those- advertising by tho year. Lroil. Notices will ho inserted at 15 cents per lint St. Albans Business Directory. BULKY I'A VIS, ATTOnNEYH AND i .U VHKIXOIW AT LAW and SolioitnrH in i . , . Oflicc in the rooms formerly occu . i u ' Whito A Howies, Gadeomb'a Huildin?, S' oun-, Yt. 07-iy 0 i, DAIIXt, TAnKDlVW. .. ATTnIlr.Y AVI)...

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. — 6 July 1866

PI-IK! VTCRMONT TR ADSCRIPT. TUB TKANSCJMT ST. ALBANS. IVIiln.v. .Itily , ISO O. A "Conversion." Our neighbor, tho Messenger, has como out at last fairly and squarely for Mi'. iMorrui as tno successor in i Senator Collanicr. Judging from oov crnl edilorinls (tint havo recently np paired in tbnt print, vc have been led to BuppoRO tlmt Kb favorite enndidnto wns Judgo Poland. But very far from it. With a conversion worthy of a St. Paul it now declares that Mr. .Morrill was all along the mnn who was deserv ing of that much contested place. Of course tho friends of Mr. Morrill most cheerfully accopt all "new converts," como they oven at tlio "eleventh hour;" and wo only chronicle this now and, wo trust, hopeful conversion, as ono of tho "sigiiB of tho times." . ' - I 1,1 -- W Chittenden Comity. Tho Republican County Convention of Chittenden county was held nt Bur lington hist Saturday, and tho follow ing ticket nominated: Senators Iltis-ell Tnft of Burling ton, Gen. J. L. Barstow of Shol...

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. — 6 July 1866

July 6. THE TEANSOBIPT.' " ST. ALBANS, rridny, .fitly O, 1HOO. Ojutuamv. At St. Albnns, Juno 23 Mrs. Cuthcrmo (bimlli Wlnt . - .viilnw of tho Into Enoch "Whit- ,J iCsii., in tho 81th year of lior ngo This estimable- octogonnrirm has at last reached hor hnvcu of rest after n lfTrt tliroimli mo oi romnrxnuio mils aiitt suffering. So exemplary ffns tho cliaractor of tho deceased in dm virions relations of life, Mat an al lusion to it may not provo cither un jvtkomo or uninstiuctivc. Born i" tho old town of Dover, iro. on Christmas-day, 1782, of highly respectable and intelligent pa rents! fihe secured nn early christian education, and in arly lifo was trained, in tho important arts of honsowifery anil rendering hor homo tho sent of cheerfulness, frugality and industry. Soon after her marriago, bIio removed with her husband to tho beautiful vil lnrc of Amherst, Mass., in which fa Yored spot they reared a largo family uDJ ninnined until their removal to Albans, Vt., about thirty years jg...

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. — 6 July 1866

J lily .4 Tl-LI d V K BAIONT TK AJSTSOJLIPT. i 7 B SS9 . "Tlir wondcrfnt progress pf MotUonl Science during the paUstx years, ntity make it possible Tor tlio conscien tious Physician to declarot now, thai ('oiisumptiiin In certainly cured In ttrmllti nt Fever, nml r.s certainly prevented as rimall Vox."- Charles 11. King, M. 1)., I.Ii. 1)., etc To Com: a Kinuso House. I saw tlio following molliod in nil ngrictiltlir-, 1 paper, nnd linvo proved it to my -utiro Fnlisfnction. Fasten a ropo to tlio oro fool and pass it over tlio Uelly- Imiiil lmnL- In (tin ilrivm. AVilll iliis ' then will lie no trouble to tlio driver ' King's Prepared Proscription, in holding up the foot whenever the "'''.(IXft , ii " horse tries to kick, hut a discouraging i .oi.n.lriitiv'vrc i iit.'il to'tlu-' rni.Hr f..r the Irotiblo to tlio horse, and a trouble ho ' Prevention and ran- r cosi.mii u, in it will nvniil nnv rink of IminiT invnlvfwl most advanced stages, for the H.tdiefil rule of Mill aOI( nilj riHk O ...

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. — 13 July 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT;: ;n .hit 1. 3. ST. .AiyBAjSTS, VT, FBTBA.Y, JULY 18, :IR6G. jST'o?? 1-21. THE TRANSCRIPT, rt hushed r.vi:itv ritinAv. 11AV1.S, KitUor jirlt (nr. mill THKMS OK HCHSOKIPTIOAID rn hhisc receiving tho paper through tho Post- ln .,....- i,..tfi., 'I'm VI II mm ttlllmrtlHlini -A m MnR thr paper by tho carrier, 00 rent 111 .lilitimi win uv ... ..-ill I wiiMi n vtnmit 3v iim r awronliimoil until all nrrenrnged arc ,VTHS OF AllVKKTlSltfU I i Anvr.nTi.iKJtr.NTs. ror square of 12 0f this type, for first insertion Si, li m'w tjUf-nt Insertion1, n r . nl. t " mir hi r of iiiMcittoiw must ho marked on i. rt ,snii' iits, or they will ho continue.. 1 , l, r 1 out. Transient ndvoriseoieuia to , i r ,r in advance ' - V ril' discount will ho mado on tho e . . . . tin we advertising: hy tho year. ' - :11 1. ,.:-...... ,.1 .. i If; ...l.. j , Haiiuuuuiucwuniiiv i. vviiio iu St, Albans business Directory. UI.KV I'AVIS, A I TUUJslilrJ AJOJ . .......... ,n , 111. I . ... VSh l.liUiw...

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. — 13 July 1866

o. July rVMK VKRMOxNT TKANSOJftlPT. TO r. THIi TRANSCRIPT, ST. ALBANS. Vri.in.v. .inly 1:1, io. The Defeat or the Kalians. Wo do not bco tlmt thoro is nnylhing very discouraging in tho dofent of llio Italian army in front of Vcronn. Tlio Italians fought against grcnt odds, llio Austrians liming altogether tho ad vnnlngo of position ; but nil nccounts ngico tlmt thoy fought brnvcly nud well. Ono corps the first did nil tho fighting; the other two, for somo rea son, being nnnblo to render it any nid. Overcome by superior numbers, nftcr fighting nn cntiro dny, tho Itnlinn com mnndcr found it ncccssnry to withdraw his troops across tho Mincio. Tho wnr correspondent of tho London Times regards tho undertaking of tho Italians ns foolhardy. It says, "Tho Italians, wo nro nssurcd, bohnved with grcnt heroism, nnd no doubt, although thoy lost tho day, thoy camo off with out loss of honor. An ndvnuco across tho Mincio, right into tho henrt of tho Quadrilateral, is an ontorpriso which no other ...

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. — 13 July 1866

TI-1TD VERMONT T11A.3STSOHIPT. 3 II' TUB T11ANS011IPT. ST. ALBANS. I.'i'li1n' iJtily lit. HOOi Oon. Stanunrtl entered upon his official duties on Monday. Ho has up pointed Crtpt. Frank 0. Sawyer, lalo A. Q- M- of I3ralllcboro, ns Deputy Collector. Tho nppointmont is genor nlly conceded to bo an cxcollent one. A woman named Maitcau was burned to death at Alburgh Springs a hw days hinco, hor dress having caught firo from a flro out of doors whero she was making soap. Sho ran into tho house, and tho flames sot firo to tho cradle where her baby was and burned tho child cjuilo badly. -- - Senator Edmunds has our thanks for a copy of tho Navy Hogistor of tho Initcd States for 18(50; also for a copy of tho memorial address by Mr. Bancroft on tho lifo and character of Abraham Lincoln. Great preparations aro being mio by tho peoplo ofVcrgenncs for a grand cent ennial jubilco on tho 21st .if next month, tho hundredth anni versary of that place. Tho lion. In tfgo V. Orandoy will furnish a sket...

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. — 13 July 1866

Tl-JLti V JilIUMO JSTT SC U J PT. 4 $m(i jiriiitrtnifitt, Clinrcoiil nsn Fertilizer. Wo mnilo nlluaion on n Into occasion to tho uso of clinrcoal for fertilizing mtrposcs, nml to mistaken viowH of ilsmoiloof action. Whilo this sub-; ptnnco is often nu'tilioned in journals ns tisoftil in composltf, niul (is liming n ccrlnin ninnnrinl vnlno, what its rcnl vnluo is, is littlo known to tho ngnonllurnl community? rtl lnrgp. It is well to hnvo this Bomowlmt moro ilctcnuincd thnn it is now, llmt itniny not bo cither over or umlorvnluuil when it jnny happen to bo nioro or less nccessible. In tho first place, clinrcoal is exceed ingly indestructible. Thnt this fact is familiar enough, wo sco in tho very common practice of charring fdnce postn beforo putting thorn in tho ground, to prosorvo tho parts moro especially exposed to decay. It 'is in fnct one of tho most indestrucliblo of nil substances. If air is excluded it suffers no chaiigo when oxposed to bent of tho greatest intensity. Mois tu...

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. — 20 July 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ;ii!T i ?! Vol. 3. TUB TlUNSOJUPlT rfnusitm Kvcnt fmday. DA VIM, Killlnr unit JLro jirlrlor. T12HMS t)P SUHSCUIPTION I Tii those receiving Iho paper through tho I out .JL i.iio nor Biinum. To Villago subscribers 111 ilm iiancr bv Iho carrier. no ocntu In iiftr Cents ft year will bo added when payment iti beyond six months. v , nanrr discontinued until Ml arrearages aro pai I i X'f'P al lIlu ulluuu ul tllu x tLi.iiouvii rpl HAT15S Of ADVUIITIHIXO i T,,,jrsr AnTr.imsKMKKTR. Per square, of 12 , ,'r l . ot this tvpe, for first insertion 8t, ,r fii'h subsequent Insertion, tents. Tu number "f Insertions must bo marked on , i ivriisemenls, or they will bo continued . l, red fiit. Transient advertisements to . l-tll,rai advance. s- K liberal discount will bo made on tho ratts to those advertising by tho year, ijioii-lioTictts will bo insetted at 15 edits per 51, Albnns Business Directory-. B ut.r.v iJ.vviK, A-rrt)HM;vM au 'H11 '-...- Mi.t I'll T V Unlt..U.iru t.i I H...

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. — 20 July 1866

T.LItt VKRMONT TIIATSTHORI PT THE TBANSCJUPT, - a. A - DISTRICT CONVENTION. Tin- Union llcpiiblicaii Voter of tlio Third Congressional District tiro hen by invitod to mod in Mass Convention at Hyilo Parkt on Wednesday, iliii 15th day of August next, at 10 o'clock A. M.( toiinnnnate n candidate for Ittm ; rcsentattvo t Ouigrrss from Haiti District, lobe supported at llio ensuing election, and to ap point n District Committee. .10I1N P. HAtlTLE, j VIM. JIAIISUIA, W. C. HMITII, O. (1. WHEKI.Tilt, H. M. l'ENNOCK, 8. M. GOI.KY, Li ft f Political. Diet. Com. J The Frccdmcn's Bureau Bill. Tho passngo of tho Frecdmcn's liti rcnu Bill over President Johnson's veto is Another congressional victory. Tho necessity of tho mcasuro was so apparent that its friends notwithstand ing tho veto of tho first bill, wore de termined to mako nnother trial. So a new bill was framed which, it was hoped, would meet tho approval of tho l'rcsident. J3ut not so. Regardless of tho largo majority by which it was p...

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. — 20 July 1866

T1.IK VJOJMONT TBANSOE1PT. 8 July SO. THE TlUNSClUFL Tho 1st Congregational Society of St. Albntis lmvo voted their pnstor, tlio Nov. J. Q- nittinircr. n inrco munma leave of absence, Mv. B. loft town on Tuesday- Tlio Kov. 0. B. Caily will pl'cnch iiin Concrcgntional Church at St. in .,i.n8(iy, next Sabbath, at tho usurtl hours of public worship. -'riio Mendolssohu Qninlollo Club, of Boston, design making St. Albans their annual visit on tho day after Commencement at Burlington. Lov tr9of tho first quality of vocal and in strumental music -music that is mu sic will read this announcement with pleasure and will need somo good rea son for absonting thomsolvcs from Academy Hull on Thursday ovoning, August 2. For particulars see pro ginnuno. Tue Wmnr.it. Tho woathor for the 1 Wnrliifiailnv mfirtnnrr WuR WC"K CUiu"B " v."""'v o uncomfortably wanu, wnon tno noai took a buJden cold, much to tho relief of rmr citizens. Considerable rain fell itnn AYedncsdny, and thick clothing t ,. k tho pl...

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. — 20 July 1866

TIJLJil A'JOIIAIONT TKANSOIUPT. so. G3 "The wonderful nronrcss ofModlca Science dul inff the Just sit ydarn.'only makes 11 possible fir tliu conscien tious Fhvsician to declare, now, that Consumption Is certainly cured a In tcrnilttont Fever, and r.s certainly prevented as Small l'ox."-Charles i:.,King, M. D., LL. 1)., etc. I King's Prepared Prescription, Mailt frotn th ll'nucrtptifin of I'ec. Chile. J.. fur tho JO.v, in its Don't Dry your Hay loo Much. liny may bo dried until it is ns worthless ns straw. As a good coffco , maker would say, "don't burn your rnflnn. but brown it;" so we say, don 1 1 Mug, m. l.. ,. ;., dry your ImV but euro it- Our good Is confidently piesit-d , t., , the poblt .. . . i i i i 1'rr.vfntliin mm euro lif (IIMiUJirill old mothers, wno roiieu upon ncru ten , ,s , eU fl,r tlic nMM euro of instead Of "pOtllCCaiy medicine, gatll- Asthma. Bronrhilis. Catarrh, ami all am-cllons ,.n,1 tlinii- linrlm wlinn in MnnKoni mid I of the Throat and Air Passages; fur Gene...

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. — 27 July 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT :iin Vol. 3. ST. AX-RAJSrS, YT., FETDAY, TtTLY 27, 1866. No. 123. THE TRANSCRIPT, PCDLtSltUD KXailX fltlDAV. WlblltU I DAVIS, ISdttor irltlor. ituil Pin TJMIMS OI' SWIISCmiTHN ,,. ,,. r. reiving tho paper through tho Post T ' Ti.oo ner annum. To Village subscribers 1 ' -.. l.tr II, n fflrHM. rrileeills In ,.,nlf till" 1'KI'" iv 1 .11 Will I"-' . . . , , f' nla A year """"' """" i-v I .1 bi Tond nix months. " r (iisi ontlnnod nntit all arroarngoa arc 1 . J ,,t at tbo option of the Publisher. III .1.1,,1 n-lmn livmn..l nvrns oe advuiitisixcj i , s r Ahveiitihkmentb. Por square of 12 , ,H f tins type, fur first insertion Sti hl). 'iuc nt insertion, 2 mil. m1m r f insertions must bo marked on tismi ntK, or they will bo continued , , ,1 out. Transient advertisements to , , ,t advance. . ,i , ral clwcouni win oo niatie on mo , r' t those advertising by tho year, . j;,vn. E3 will bo inserted at 15 cents per St. Albans Business Directory, in r.Y HAV1S, ATTOltNBYS AND ...

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 July 1866

a. Till V i TITO VEEMOXT TRANSCRIPT. THE TJtANSORTPT, Frlilit), .Inly Ji7, 180. State Unircrslfy of Vermont ami Agricultural College. Tho graduates and friends of tho University of Vermont will learn with unfeigned plcasuro that tho corpora tion hnvo unanimously clootcd Prof. Jnmes 13. Augoll, of Providonco, It. L, President, nnd tlmt Mr. Angoll will accept the position and outer on its duties nt tho commencement of tho fall term. Mr. Angoll is a young nmn of fino scholarly attainments nnd cul ture, acquired in this country and Eu rope. For several years past ho lias been connected with Drown Universi ty, aii institution which for high schol arship lalios front rank among tho col leges of the country, Nor is ho lack ing in that which is so uccossnry for a collego president to possess a tho rough acquaintance with mon and af fairs outsido of college walls. Ho has been editor of tho Providence Journal or ecvcrol years past, and thoso who nro ticcusloined to road that paper know that i...

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 July 1866

THE VEBMONT TEANSCRIPt. July 7. 3, THE TRASSOIUPT. Fiiiluy, July 2Y5 1800. PISTBIOI1 OOMVBWTI02T. nubliran Voters nf the Third Hilt ln,trlct Committee JOHN l. RAHTIjK, W. a SMITH, o. o. WHEELER, H M. PF.NNOOK, 8. M. GOLKY, Cum. lh' priro pnitl for butter on Tnos jT wns from 38 to -10 contB per. v-i'uml. Somo oxtrrt clioico lots, how , tr 8i'U1 ns high as 15 cents. jV M'wtry of St. Luke's Clmrch ,avi. vtel their rector, the Rov. J. Miain llt8s, a thrco vrcoks' vacation, oh.'ii lio is spending nt SaratO"u V balloon asconsion is announced k , I'l.iee in St. Albans on tho flth I olloctor Stannard 1ms appointed i ,f,t A II. Keith, of Sholdon, a Dop v ( Ih cior. Capt. Keith is for tho ,viit btationcd at East Berkshire. Mr. T. E. Perkins, of Now York, ! Jl 1. Id a bimdny bchool Musical iETt nti"ii in at. a mans, to com-i nn the 8th of August and to ! . . ... t u Ihifco dayB,closing with a con- 1. 1 tm the ovening. .V Woud Aboct Walks. Tho side- J MU .u North Main Street, arc simp h i niisi...

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 July 1866

TPD VEBMONT TBANSO.HIPT. July nrmcrjs grjiai'lmfitt. of Swine. Cleanliness In ono respect farmers commonly sliow their worst mnnngomcnt in frtt toniiiff liogs. Theso nnimnls npprccinlo deniiliiicss, yet their owners innko Minin live in dirt, nncl tlieil charto them with n nntnrnl fondness for filth. This i niimeKsion nnd slnndcr combined Every person familiar with their habilfi, Vnrrxa that when clean fclrnw beds and other comforts aro given thorn, they urn Bcrunulons to keep them clean. When shut up in a narrow pen, where thoy must cat, slccp.and livo in one npartmeut, they cannot but bo uncom iortable; and such a condition greatly retards their thriving. A "hog pen" hns bflcnnio nrovcrbinllv t reimlnivo plnce; this is the owner's fault, and Hhould never bo suffered. Thcro is no reason whv it slionld not bo clean nnd oven attractive. Wo hear farmers who raiso grain say that thoy havo more straw than thov can sometimes use, while nttho samo moment their lio"8 havo not enoiigli of it...

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 August 1866

J I THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ST. AT.T3A.-N-R, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1 866. Vol. 3. THE TRANSCRIPT, riTHMsticn i:vr.iiT nuinV. WlWlUlt Vt 1VVIS, Hilltor mill Pro- lirlt-tor. TiiitJis ok srnscuii'Tio.v i T p llinso receiving the patior through tlio ront on',,.,. '4.0(i)or annum. To Village) mibncrlburB , ' tung tlio paper hy tho carrier, no crnu in ,,i,litippnwSll bo chargfil. i.riv cents a year will bo luldctUhm payment . tr.l 1r.rnml klr tnntltllH. 1H 0' " , tppnier discontinued until all arrearages oro , rawr discontinued tttttil all arrearage j , i'(.pt at tlio option of the I'ul'lishur. 1" It.VTKS til' ADVHKTISIXO I Tll4SmrT Acvr.nTiSESir.STS. l'or (Mpiaro of 12 ,,,, ,,'r 1p hh, f Ibis typo, for Hint lucertlon 81, i, inibsc(pH'nl ini-rtiun, " cfiiin. -H,, mmibi'r f insirtioiu must bo marked on II a.'v. rtixemi'iitH, or tbny will be continued , , , r.l. rvtl out. Transient auVnrtiacmetita to ' , ,, i f ,r In advance. cr V liberal diseount U1 bo made on the i .it. s to these advert...

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 August 1866

rJIK VKHMONT T.RA NSCLl I PT O A i in.rv tut? rtrttf it u coKsor of llio lamented Collninoi', to their utter surnrifio, it rtbackod wit- lying to tho Tuaxbciupt, which has sup ported Mr. Morrill from tho first, nnd will to tho ond of tho contest. Congress has, of Into, boon "dis cussed," y 0110 cotomporary, with moro ability than consistency. On tho ii 1 tli of July, tho Meenger contained nn article condemning tho action of wo quoto from tho two articles: THE TRAX50RrPT, Friday, Aiigii'.l !?, I80. M'cmbcr oTjDoiigrcss. On tho loth inst., tho Republicans of this Congressional District, meet in Convention, at Hydepark to tiomiiiato a enndidato for member of Congress, to bo supported at the ensuing elect ion. Wo need not assure tho readers of tho TiuNscniPT that this convention is one of great importance. The ac tion of tho last Congress conclusively proves that wo should havo legislators, who arc not inclined to bo extravagant with tho public monoy any moro than they aro with thoir ow...

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 August 1866

August S. Till. TRANSCRIPT. 1 Ti idny, AiipiiKt j 1800. DISTRICT CONVENTION. .. ii,ihtli-nn Yd rid of the iiuru Tl", .J "'. a llistrict nr.- l.crcbv invited t.. 1 'm . Mass Convention at Hydo Park, on ,1av th 1Mb day of August next, at 10 V Vi t toimmmate a omi.lilat for Hot.- k A ........ rr..m -i-l.l DislHct. to hn , III lt' lit V UIIHiv"" ....... - - - '"'rirt,'j,OHNi..8AllTLBl WM. HARMON. W. 0. SMITH, O. O. WHKKIiKIl, S. M. PENNOCK, H. M. GOLKY, Dlst. Com. The price of bullor, on Tuesday, ttus 37 n 40 ccuts por pound. lr. McGownn, ns will bo soon on i-r llCl' I" Ulll mil"1 wmnm.J, iu ;.J to USO "VJflTllID Ovillll or . .- V I I 111 . " ' 1' ...... 1. Vliu propi-nj , & ,ana tU ctlv safe, atiu tuo onccis oi i& , to 1" .. . iiiposnnt to tlio maionty oi i o take it. drugs ho so sorely needs, for wo havo w ' 1 them at our hand, over ready to sorvo , 1. . I thorn at his beck. Mi N. A. Draper, of bt Albans, , Hofille,i in tho laboratory of Dr. ny e arly corn or potatoes to i fag...

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 August 1866

TI-1K VERMONT TKANSCIUPT. A 4 i W' li 1! firiinrfntrnt. Agricultural Hems. A steol-bluo beetle, n grnpo vino curctilio, iuhI n siimll Rinb or entor pillnr nro troubling grnpo growers in ports of Illinois. Wnlnul lenves bruifcd nnil nibbed "The wonderful progress of Mod lea Science during the past six years, only makes it possible for tlio conseieii turns Physician ti declare, now, that ('iiiinimplioii is certainly curwl ns In- tmnillenl lVvrr. nnil lift cerlfiltilv prevented nn Small Pox." -Charles K. King, M. ., LL. H.. . t. King's Prepared Proscription, Made from th .Prescription of Her. Chat. E. King, M. IK, L. L. !., dr. In confldrnliv presented to tin public for tho Prevention ami cure f co.vsUJIlTlOX, In its 111)011 llOlfiOS will, it is Sflid, protect tlio i most advanced stages, for the Hadienl Cure of i .. .. il. .,.,., ..,,nX t Asthma, Bronchitis, Cntnrrh, and all nirrction nmmtils from tlio nnnoynnco of Hies. fif th(, Tjiroal nIlll A;r Vlim. for (1nM.a fti To put buttons o...

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