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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 August 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, ST. AiyBAJSTS, YT.. FTRH)AY, VTXG-ITST :10, 1R06. No. Vol. 3. THE TRANSCRIPT, rriiLisiin) EVi:nt rmruY. DAVIS, l-Mllor itml Pro prlrl or. TKItMH OK HIJIISPUIPTION t To receiving tho paper UirottRh tlio t'oisl- iV. the pap" IjJ' tho carrier, no cent In Ulif""1 ' wl11 e charged, j-iftv CViits a vonr will lo added when payment i, uycil beyond six months, iMpi-r discontinued until all arrearages arc I ,1 , v . jit at tlio option 01 mo riiwuircr. K.VTHS tF AOVKUTISINO I Tn.v-irNT Advkhtihemkxts. For squaro of 12 1" . ii. i- i... ii i 1...7... l.... fii r I' 01 mm ijfl, 1,11 1 t L nun 9, h stli pieni insertion, 3;inn, mi;nber of Insertions must lio lnarkod on j ,, rti-irtu ntrt, or thoy will lo continued t if 1, r. 1 "ill. Transient advertisements to . l for in advance. liberal discount will bo made on tlio ,at' a to those advertising by tlio yjjr. vi ;,iti' E3 wilUUt insert ajj at 15 cimPpc i por SI. Albans Business Directory. UI.UY .V DAVIS, attornrys AND , ,0 ss...

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 August 1866

A o T.I IK VERMONT TBANSORIPT. THE TBAUSOMPT, Friday, AnsiMt 10, 1800. Why Jir. Baxter Should Not be Nominated. There nro many cogent reasons why Mr. H.ixtcr shouUl uot again bo a cau didato for Congress. First, bo has no claims upon tho office Ho has not displayed any marked ability, nor has ho grappled with tho groat and impor tant questions of tho day in any other than a fecblo manner. Tho most that his most ardent friends can, or do, claim for him is, ho has been kind and attentive to soldiers. And for this 1ms ho not fully received his reward at tho hands of tho peoplo of this District, who havo given him three elections ? There is no need at present for tho kind of services, valnablo as thoy are, which Mr. "Baxter has rendered his country; and, therefore, ought ho not to gracefully rctiro from the contest with tho laurels ho won in tho hospi tals in and around Washington ? Con siderable opposition, as is well known, was raised two years ago against Mr. Baxter's third nominatio...

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 August 1866

THni3 VERMONT TRANSOEIPT. 3 TIIH THANSCHIPT. FrlilnVt August 10, 1800. DISTKIOT CONVENTION. , .,,, iiopubllctin Votcis of t'io Tlilrd Tlicl .nnVl District arc hereby invited to Mass Oo'Yvcntiou nt Hyde Park, on m1".11" i. tlio 1Mb day of August next, nt 10 tf, s',n-,t ' to ominto a emididalo for Rep- " nVtVcl at tho ensiling el '"P' I strict Committee. HARTLE, WM. HABMO.N, W. 0. SMITH, O. O. WHEELER, H. M. PHNNOCK, 8. M. GOLKY, Vint. Com. -Mr- A. H. Munyun's stock of jow drTwts never larger or more comploto than now. It cmbrnces everything ucutilly found in ft flwt-clnsn jewelry store. Lnr8 snlcs n,I(1 8inn11 Profits seem to bo A. H'n. motto. The saw-mill in North Berkshire, -i,m1 bv J. Euwright, wns destroyed " .. ...... . t cnn. by firo ' Oil MO a'J 111 "It. -UOSS fuuu, ..i:.1l. insured. Tho firo is sup- .tannin. twsed to bo tho work of nn inceiulmry. About two hundred feet of tho railroad bridgo from Hog Island to Albnrgh wcro destroyed by firo Friday mbt. Tho firo is supposed to...

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 August 1866

T3E3IE VJE3RMQ2STT TKANSOIUP 1. A 4 farmer;?' gcjKulnmtt. CoUnscChccsc. Considcrnble 1ms boon printed about liow to mnko butter; but thus fur 1 lmvo not noticed nnything recom mended to bo done- with the sour milk. I nm mvnro that tlioro nro many farm ers who would say nt once, give it to the liotiHibut as feed can bo purchased for them at about o tie-fifth of what tho sour milk or curd would bring in market, I think it best to sell it and buv food. Thero aro different ways to mako cottage cheeso or curd. In tho winter season thoro is much tnoro labor at tending it than in tho summer, as it is difficult to got tho milk to become thick without standing it about tho stove. When thick it should bo put in cans cream cans aro what wo uso. When thero aro sovcral to cook wo mnko a firo in tho agricultural boiler (which every farmer ought to have,) then sot a can of it in tho hot water and stir for a few minutes, and it will soon separate. It is then cooked suf ficiently, and another may bo...

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 August 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ' in f Vol. 3. THE TRANSCRIPT," rUHMHHED i:XUT HHDAY. t..filTIt I. DAVIH, KtlHor iiikI Iro- prlMor. TUHMS OP" SUHSClllI'TION I To those recciviiiB tlio paper through j iflli c per annum. To Villas snl igli tlio IVrnt- u1i4iirlliiir nmIT S'i.O" per milium. ,.w..Hv ' llBH " ... ..., 1, (l, .vrinr. .1(1 renin 111 r viVlllg 1110 1'ai".-. iV - Edition will bo charped. riftv Onts a vear will bo Added when payment uVlajed beyond six months. v Mr discontinued until all arrearages arc f, il, ix'pt at tho option of the l'nl'lialior. IIATKS ItV AOVHIITISING I Tn,9ir,sT AnvKiiTisnJiKNTft. PurHiiuaroof 12 , Ir les. of thin typo, tor first insertion Si. f r . a. h subsequent Insertion, 3 --nls. , number of insertions must ho marked on X, usemcnts, or they will ho continued I . ' ,ri red out. Transient advertisements to , .. 1 f"r m advance. trr K hlcral discount will ho mado on tho ' t ati'8 1 those advertising hy tlio year. "t AL ,,111 bs will ho inserted at 15 cents per ...

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 August 1866

TI-Fr" "V" JRM ONT TllANSOEIPT. o A THE TKAXSOBIPT, Friday, August 17, I80G. The Dtstrlct Convention. - Tho 'Convention nt Hydonarlr, on the 15th inst., was largely attended. fMord than 'Jt0t)0 .persons ,v?cro vires- out. Iho Convention vns organized by making cboico of Hon. Goo. Vil- l:ins, of Stowe, Ins President. Tlioro were over 000 porsons present from l'ranKlin Uounty nlono. JLlioro was great confusion during tlio entire pro ceedings, and much strife for tlio re spective candidates. Judgo Hoyt and Mr. Baxter woro tlio prominent mon beforo the Convention. Provious to tho assembling of tlio convention, it was agreed by certain men that tho nominating commilteo should consist of double tho senatorial delegation from each county. Each county ac cordingly adopted its own rules in re gard to attaining that end. Essex, Lamoille, and Grand Islo Counties elected Hoyt committees. Everything then depended upon tho doing of tho Fiunkllu County delegation. At about 11 o'clock A. M., thero ...

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 August 1866

August 17. TUB TKNSOJUTT. J-'iiilny, August 17, 1800. j-ult MCMMEK O' CO.NGIIKSS, 8lJ DISTRICT, iroN. KOMEO II. HOYT. Wuntud. M hi ofllcc, a 1y between 17 niul 18 years f'J.'r ol good habits, ns an apprentice to tho .-On Siitwdny ovening Inst a now dwelling houso on "Woldon street, uwnetl by ft Mr. Mnxhiun,vns destroyed by fire. Mr. Miixhiun is n luecliinist, mul had built the house- mostly liim- ht;f, working ovcuings, to procuro n homo for his futility- Tho houso was nearly ready for occupation, and wo audi rsliuid it was iimurcd for about i,iiu, Tlio firo is supposed to havo been tho work of nn incondiary. - -- . V Good Templar Lodge was or- aiiizul in St. Albans on tho 1st Juno ,t with ten nieinbors; tho lodgo now bat thirty seven moinburs, and meets j n I n Hv evening of each week, at t, ustry of tho M. E. Church. Tho v rs r"i' tho quartor onding August lsf 8rr Hev. U.K. Cobb, W. 0. T.; Mrs V L. Stan wood, W. V. T.; N. P. I nr- , AY. S.; Mrs. P. A. "Wolcii, I , "V. A. Coopor, W...

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 August 1866

as A :1 ;i i .j AOT7Z1 SB HAONOWA. A l6fict delight. Superior to any Cologne ticil to batho the faro and person, to render the liiii koft Mid frruli, to allay iullatumatinn, to per fume clothing, fur lirftilncliO, Ac". It is manu factured from thorich Southern Magnolia, and is obtaining a patronage tmito unprecedented. It inn favorite willi actresses and opera Ringers. It it sold liy all dealer, at 11.00 in largo bottle, and ny jjem mlc Agents' and by Demaa Darned & Co., New Y'ork, Wholo- Nnrntoirn Spring Wntrr, sold bv all Drug gist. "Jos' sol" "Exactly I" Solon Shingle said tbov wcro tliero "every time." "If ho felt "owloy" in tho morning, he took Plantation Hit ters; if ho felt weary at night, ho look Planta lion Hitters; if ho lacked appetite, was weak, languid or mentally oppressed, ho took Planta tion Hitters; and tiey never failed to tct him on his pinn sqnaro and linn. Few persons want anv better antliorlty; but as soino may, just rend llic following: " I mvo much to you...

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 August 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. .iT 1HT ST. AX B VT., F'KTX)y V, A.XTGTTST 534-, J 866. Vol. 8.- THE TRANSCRIPT, iriu,isiii:ii Kviuit fuuuv. ...... nil p. DAVIS, HilUor Biiil Pro- " prlrtor. TKHMS OV HUIISCKIPTION I t those receiving tho paper through tho l'ost J" j.ooi.cr annum, 'to Village subscribers ' ', uf the ly tho carrier, m renin in ;.l ..'will bo charged. ''utl .-111 t. ...V1...1 .. t1f.VIltll ViftT Outs ft year win uu mm "" j'lucdlicvimdsix months, v i.ii, r discontinued until all arrearages arc ; int at tho option of the 1'uUishor. RTISS OV AOVUUTISIXUl t x,ient AuvF.nTlREMEXTS. rer sonaro or 12 r li , of thls ,.TI'"' for "ri,t l'sotl1011 ,1 BubVequent insertion, Srciil. n Vtienu nt, nr they will bo continued '' ir,itTi d nt. Transient advertisements to ' , i for in advance ,e Jilural discount will bo made on the rai. to those advertising by the jour. It vi. V'fkES iU ho inxcrtcd at 15 cents per St. Albans Uiislness Directory. iti.KV DAVIH, ATTOItNIJYS AND ,1 sl I.I.U11S AT LAW ...

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 August 1866

TPtlS Vm)lSrT TRANSCRIPT. 2. THE TRANSCIUPT, Kridny, August 21, 1800. ion MtMiiLii op coNontss, 3 nisriuoT, Hon. ROMEO H. HOYT. Judge Hoyt Will Not Wlllidrnw. Tho report bo industriously circu lated in certain parts of tlio District that Mr. Hoyt contoniplutcs making n trnilo with Mr. Baxter, by which botli gentlemen arc to rctiro from tho field nml rv now man tnkcu up, is as falso as other reports circulated by certain Baxter men provious to tho Conven-. tion. Junon Hovt will not xcithdraiv. Ho has no trades to mako with Mr. Baxter, nor will he sell tho numorous friends who havo so firmly stood by him during the contest, lie feels that it is a duty which ho owes to both himself and fiionds to abide the result of tho election ou tho Fourth day of .September next. Judgo Hoyt entered tho contest with much reluctance; ho was well aware of tho tromondous op position that would bo waged against him, and his friends were made fully ftwaro of it. And what should cause this opposition ? Is ...

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 August 1866

ustsr Atigust THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, Austin! iMj 1800. AVntitoil. At this office, a lxy between 17 and 18 years of R'. ' K1"'1 ,1!lljils' ns al llr"'llcu thu l.rinliiig business. IUMY ! BALLYJ ! RALLY ! ! ! with l'olltlritl Corruption nml the IW" lUng. ROMEO II. HOYS for Congress. Political meetings will lo hold, nml dildrcssoil by lion. Itomco II. Iloyt, J. S, Adams, nml otliors. Sheldon, Monday, Any. 27tli, nt 2 p. m. South Troy, Tuesday, Aug. 28tJi nt 2 j). in. AYost Albany, Wednesday, Aug. 29th, at 2 p. m- Greensboro, Thursduy, Aug. 30th nt 2. p. in. Barton, Friday, Aug. JJlst, nt 2 p. in. Sowport, Saturday, Sept. 1st, nt 2 v m- i . -.. i Butter Bold to-dny for from thirty-) elKl,t to forty cents per pound. I - Mr. Wend, receiver in tho fjottlo mont of tho nffairs of tho Missisquoi Bank, gives notice thnt ho is prepared to pay a dividend of CO cents on tho j diJiar, to tho holdors of receipts givon I fur bills of tho Bank. j IksiNEss Chanoe. Dr. Leonard has associated with him ...

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 August 1866

MU-NBClill'T. August 1- TJnOil VKKMOjSTT arnifrjs' gr;ufmcitt. Ascertaining the Age or Sheep. , Although (ho no of tho nun nmy in Bomo ensos bo dolcrinincdby Iho num ber of rings or knobs on his lioriiM, yd from tho forgo nuinbcr of hornlcRs sheep, nml ninny other rcasoiis, it is snfer and moro satisfactory to deter mine tho ngo by tho teeth. Tho sheep hns eight cutting teeth in tho front of tiio lover jaw, nnd six molar, or grind ing teeth, in each jaw, nbovo nnd bo low. When tho lamb is born it somo times has no cutting teeth, but it gen erally has two, nnd before it becomes n month old, tho full number, eight, appear in tho front of tho lower jaw. when the sheep is sixteen uionlhsold, tho two central cutting teeth nro shed, nnd in process of timo replaced by others, which attain their full size when the sheep is two years old. Be tween tho ngo of two and thrco years, tho next two incisors, or cutting teeth arc shed, nnd slowly replaced by oth ers, which nlso attain their full siz...

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. — 31 August 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. h Vol. 3. THE TBANS0R1PT, lTiiMsiiRi) every I'ntiuv. Ti'.llMS OK HIJHSCIUPTION I tH:n llii imiwu tlinmifli flirt 1'nut. . Vi.no nor annum. To V Mage subscribers ,11 !1C ll.llici iv.'"" ,--- iJ.linll Will " i"'"t"" t ft. Out ft year will do aiKienwucii payment i.ri.1 bcvoinl six months. HI - . ,, itnr ll SCMIlinucu Willi nil arn-nmfti'B uiu rM" V", ,., nntlon nf the Publisher. . rni v "I-- jl.VTUS OK AUVKHTISINCtl I A- . il.i. fur flrwt lli.itltfmi Hi. , (jncnt insertion, n renu. .wnbcruf insertions must ho marked on t stfnv ntn, or they will bo continued ' ril out Transient advertisements to ,i f( ,r m advance. it ...i .tit i... 1 ii. I r,1 (llNeUUIlb Mil MW 1IIII11U Vlll UIU ... . j, ilmn ftilvnrtifttor? hv the vear. , miiJ ' o -V lr ,i Vthes will oc inserted at 10 cents per r MimiiQ TIiisIuosh Tllrorforv. Di, - I" .. .I'linlW A'P T.1W mwl Uilllliil-u ill ... 1-V .V II.L1 l.li , i iuitir.in a,ii; v Vhito k Sowles, Gadcomb's Dulldlng, 'Ill PAIIK DAVIS. IttcK,...

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. — 31 August 1866

TH 10 U JUE TKAA'SCJill'T, "IVI.Iuj, A HKtist 1, 18(10. UNION STATE TICKET. I 'or Governor. AVJ, niLnxoinur, ' "'"Of Watcrlmrv. I I 'of Infill. (lOVUJ'tUlF, . ' IS. C.AHUXEItr Of Bennington. ' For Tratiuirer, ' 'ifO.IJ'X A. PAG IS, Of MonlpolU'r. it a '. b i ( Riding f'H-Hlori-M, Mr. Child is doud; the M -,,, ilispt tjv the accusations j 1 btttCol. Bpiitnn is living nnd coiifiriiiss TTtT0n thn rnml'tct of Congressman t owr his own signature, the statement Vj.m1vYi nior Uiim bo called. 'a ' rag-1 uwi ouiim. i'i. i Ji'iituu ilium turn. V.il. - . . rtr r 1 .... " 1 . . ,.rJ v.nnm lit .of II. HI . fill OWt'lN Srmyer inloinied him that JJaxter was ' t calling onjiim (Sawyer), "to make tip . They vuld prefer to have Mr. Wa whnl Stoirs Imd failed to pay of the ' lei's cuiiiltiet explained and ju.-tilicd $150 per ycm." ' by iw Mee,iqer, rather tliuii rond tlits 1 J ...... - . ' iOol. Hntrytr h lottor eorrobor- necnsntion t.hnt Judge ttoytfl lollow ' don(Un,i juoomleil.lhat J. 0. Emmy bo m l...

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. — 31 August 1866

3 August 81. THE TlUWRf J.r I'll ilny, Align! Stlj 1800. i this nftUP. n hoy between 17 and 18 years r,K,. ,, gtss! habits, as nn aiiirmtico to tho Votes ! Votkh ! 1 Wo would loininrt out' frioiitla of tho importntico of fiorul nut in their orders for votes for State, County, Congressional town hurt jtta- j dossed tho meeting in a very necopt.ii tico nominees at once. Sometimes bio mnnner. At tlio eonelusion of tho tlitre mo delays in having thorn Uir- ; tribnted. Tho Town Uommtttcos niul others intercstod shottld give to this utter tlieir euny uuenuon. xoo in much precaution cannot bo taken in a mutter of so much moment, - e understand that sovoral of jliyt s " ragged regiment" visited tho If, .,,,.! oflico to-day, on businoss ciiiiicctod with that paper. . i j - - The Rev. J. V. McIllWnino, tho ifticmt rector of tho Episcopal Church lU Wonilstock, has rcsignod and n, j tut a fall to Houston, Michigan. . Convention of Baptists, undor , 2. llewhnl Thoi in the opinion of supervision ...

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. — 31 August 1866

TIIK! VJShMOJSTT THANSOlilPT. ;4 A 81 CcHtemilHl Jubilee alVcrgcnncs. Tlio coiilciniinl jitbilco nl Vcrgemics, Aiimisl 21st, wns n very eretlitnblo nf- o fair. Spccclios were nirulo by Hon. Bliss N. Davis, Oen. Grruuloy, find Hon. P. E. Woodbridco. A historictil discourso was read by Lieut. South tird. an odo was written for tlio occa sion by Mrs Georgj Tarkor, and touch ing reminiscences woro given of thirty threo years of teaching, by Mr. Ben jamin B. Allen, the veteran sclioolmas tor. In tho evening there- was a bril liant lovco, interspersed with Bhort but in teresting remarks from so vend clergymen and physicians, and among the latter, from Dr. Chandler, of St. Albans, who spent a part of his early life studying law in Vcrgenncs. Messrs. Woodbridgo, Bliss N. Davis, Lieut. Gov. Burnam Martin, Henry C. John son, Esq., Editor of tho Vcrgenncs Vcrmonter, and others, made suitnble replies to sentiments offered by Mnjor Gralidcy, President oi tho day. Choico vocal and instrumental mu...

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. — 7 September 1866

8 THE Vol. 3. Tins TRANSCRIPT, ronusiiED every fkuay. W""v nrli'tor. ' TKUMS OK HU11SOIUPTION I Tothoc.rcCclvlnglW tec. " P . 0 Cftrricr. Otl cent. In 7 ,. ft jYr ttlll bo addod when payment 1 letayod boyund six months. oPlor.li?conllnual..nti UU oarages are HATES OB AUVEUTISINGl (fMacntlnwrlltai. '.. ''.i.ninlrof Insertions must bonlarkodon HfXemonta, or they will bo continued 111 mlrre.1 out. Transient adv6rtlscmcnU to ILIl "1 . ' :.. -1t-.ifii.il. 4 liberal discount will bo mado on tho I ijo it Notices ni uo uuwiihi m juwum iui St. Albans Business Directory. utnt "AVIS, ATTORNEYS AND )x,i'Jr..V.r.rTniici AT TiA"tifl Hnlirilnra In IjTrr omcoln tho rooms formerly occu " by White &BowIos, Gadcomb's Building, Albane. ' t. ln ' M, Volt AT LAW. Also, Agent for tort liVinranco Companies and for obtaining JWPI., .. l.lf uTCt ...... . tBOllon K. HPUOIITO.N, Attorney and folin'CUQr at r.aw anil ouiiumi uiuuuii- fit Albans, Vermont. Odlcc near iho Post . indrcatilonco on , Wolden street...

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. — 7 September 1866

Ccntcnnln' -tjj.. "TUB TKAXSORfPT, rfltJay, St;pU'inlcr 7, 18(50. 14 On Tills Line." Tho followers of Judgo Hoyt," Who ha'vo bdon denounced as " tho ragged regiment" and tho "nondescript mass," "incjt their opponents at tho bal laUbox on tho fourth duy of Soptom bck antt iho result in tho Third Con gressioiial.Diahict is not jot fully known, i t Itiniiy turn out, when Iho official canvoRS is ascortainod, that there has bc'dti no'olection. It may bo that llio inllucnco of Portus Baxtor, aidod and abetted as ho haH boon in this cam paign by all tho appliances, thai money and personal vindictivancps, and tho , arts that the "ring" can bring to boar upon (ho people in the heat and smoko of an excited popular election, havo prevented a cholco of a Mombor of Congress from this Congressional District- This is' possible, and wo fear probable. ' ' r.(Uo tips, however, as It may it is not importune or improper, here and now, to state,-that there is no disposition on the' part of 'said " rugge...

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. — 7 September 1866

c-ptember 7. THE mANSplUPT. V i l.lny, Sciitembci; 7, 1800. . lnnil Looinis, Esq., lifts pur- Leo on K:tiik Street. Tlio bW I'" ... -rvi .elilL'iiv wns yo.uuu. Wo nro ploasod to nunounco tlint ...i a landlord an 6vcr. St. A'l- IJ13 gci"1" . l(inslmt1, lias purchased tho American House- V?c of cours0 1'cfor to tr. Tlorcc. who for somo years was the proprietor of tho St. Albans Honsr, I and " who mci Keep n yvou uoioi, l.-i 1io inZkcop n good ono ns tho proprietor of tho Ainorican. Mr. Picrco, wo understand, intonds to uo somo decided improvements in bis new "location wliieli will bo duly I ftnnounced m our columns. - -Tho Newport JJxprcss says that L. I Collier, of Derby, wintered fifty-one jbfop, ixdcI from tlicm lias tins soason sold wool and lambs to tho amount of 313.3n, and has l.'opt ono lamb lio- fiJes. , , . -4-. We lcani from thd Ludlow fJran- i it that a squirrel hunt camo off at firktnsvillo not long since. Tho com pany numbered fifty men, divided into j dv -five on ft 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. — 7 September 1866

hi 1 iv-; i 'Kfa -in 6 V 1 ' I' 'vim ti '( AVrr Vi.. It'. 31). Cool. It litis boon eslinmlot. Hint the Hydtj Park convention cost Ml. Pol-lit s Utix lor about ten Ihoumiul dollar. Tlio jinblio will bo iiitorrcslod to kiipw that, failing hi gibtf iiig Iho lioniiiintln hero Mr. IJnxtor is now Cfilliug upon us to wnko good his outlay ! This cool doinnntl is lnndc in Uio nhnpo of n document drawn up hy Mr. Baxter's nttornoy, Jacob IMttcclf, in which ho recites that tho plaintiff, Mr. Uftxtcr, hnH announced liiniself fm a enndidato for election to Congress ; that thereupon tho editors of this pa per, "greatly envying tho happv state und condition of tho plaintiff' liavo been trying to umbo peoplobolinvo tlmt Mr. Baxter, (whoso high standing with Iho ndininistrntion at Washing ton is duly related,) had sqyn;od tho appointment of bad and corrupt men to government officers in (his district, and had been profiting personally and pecuniarily by thopntronngo under his control ; and that thus w...

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