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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 19 October 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. , li'tuil ST. AX.ISA.TSrR, "VT., FRIDAY, OCTO.BPTR 10, 1S0G. Vol. 3. THE TRANSCRIPT. riuiLiminn r.vnnt i'iudav. uir.niH i. JI.W1S, HilHor mill Proprietor. TlMtMS OH SUIISCItll'TlOX I . ,, , . , h iiiK tlm paper thruugh tli I'OdU 4.0(1 per aimiim. To Village uoftburg ,,mj Hi- PM"r "y 1110 earner, " tti I Indian AdVCIldirC ill OIllO. 1 bUjIo. This they resolved to do, ad 1 T it i i f vising the girl to loao no time in niuk In Uioyonr 1 92, on tho banks of, ing her way Imek to tho Indians, whom ; Uio Ilockhoe king, n few miles above it i Rie wonl(1 'lmv0 m (iinicullv in con junction with tho Oiiio, stood ii smim vjni.'ff Hint bIio had just oscapod from stockade, then one of tlio frontior Cuj,tm0i posts of (ho North -west. Its inmates j ..Nor 8he exclaimed; "doath with had beon annoyed by repealed attacks ,ny own 1)CO,,j0 jH (l thousand timo 01 IIUIIUUB Dili, muiuouhi w muii uepfnint n In rt lmicwr 1 f r.F etmtlf- ill l" cliarffptl. , nlH ii tear will lie addndwl...

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. — 19 October 1866

purpose of learning more of tho conl minus of NmVonstlu, tho copper mines ofCornwnll, tho slato quarries of Viiles, tho sllvor mines of Gormnny, nndtho marble quarries of Italy. Should tlio Legislature authorize tho 2. back ojio acre out of tlio southeast cor nor of tho land purchased, in case the Legislature nt its present session should fnil to make a further appro priation of tho two hundred dollars. Tlio land purchased had largo and valuable buildings on it, suited to tho wants of the school, and though the Commissioners wero unrestricted in tho amount of expense in erecting nil suitable buildings for tho accommoda tion of said school, yet ns theso build ings como with tho land, tho restrict ion as to tho sum to bo paid for the land, applied to tho whole purchase. I most heartily recommend the appro priation of tho remaining two hundred dollars, as tho ncro to bo conveyed back is worth much more than that sum. Russell Butler is tho owner of about sixty-fivo acres of land, which ...

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. — 19 October 1866

October 19. THE TRANSCIUptT FilTluy, October 10, 18(H). Ik'U. Nkwk- -Our friends in tlio soveral towns this ami adjoining coiuiIIph will confer a at f.ivor bv sending us all items oflocal news ji", Wjy conic under their observation. Con , r,lutr should, in Ml cases, give their names, ,t necessarily for publication, but as a f,uaran- ,r contributions-giro ns tho "subject mat i,r" and wo will put it into shape Call for anolhcr Convention. Tiic following call, signed by several liuiulrcil it.nt mid Maxtor men has licoti issued : ',, Tiir union iiepuiilican pheemen of T ni r ' Timtn conghhssional distmct 01? vr.iiMosT. ifmmr lAUtMi. iii "iw .M.ix ....x . nil. M''"- !o malic choice or ft llcprosoutatlve to ...rn MS 111'' W'Hf linn ui a t.Hiiitiwn: nu nmw the I'll'"'1 ,1 an niiporlutiity in ' ;;!1";n.'P..bi.-..i'ar. reverts i" ........... ... ..... oiiuruit to ru-iiuiiu (IK i .,,1, r 1 11 1"' eireililismuceti, mere ucing 1 ..i..t.l 111. (', ,u.. ' ' '-.K-rtT an citizens ami ltopublican vo...

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. — 19 October 1866

I7I:LK "VERMONT TlAJSTSOBll-'lT Octo) 1(. '.iH I . i. 4 m f i '1 !W 5. .fanners' jpriiiirfmntt. Winter Care of Cattle. How ninny fiirtnurs thoro aro who, fovnmls llio uloso of winter, coinplnin of boiiig short of fodder, tind tiro com polled to imichuso liny ut high prices to curry tliuir stooi: inrougii uiuu imn turo lime, 1 know from my own ex ))ork'iico what this in, nml liml it (Iocb not pay. Thoro nro two cnttsofl nml ulso two roint'dios for this statu of things, liniiic ly, too heavy a slock, and too wasteful fecditiL'. For the formor, tho romody is obvious; for tho lnttor, a front many fannors havo not yot discovered a prcvontivo, but f.o in tho old waj of foediiiL'. in coinnion sniuo rack.? in tho yard, either corn fodder, straw or , hny. Hero is whero tho loss occurs; nml did uvory fanner kuow tho great jjitiii thero would bo in cutting up ovorything ho feeds, instead of feeding it wliolo, there would be no more com plaints of short fodder. I havo tried it, and find that le...

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. — 26 October 1866

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. HIT Vol. 3. the transoriptT rtiiMsitnu KVEIIT rillDAY. ti'IMlUK 1'. DVV1S, Killliir nml I'" prlclor. TKIIMS OF HUIISCIUPTION I r,, tlnc rcccivinf? tho paper throus'li tho I'ost .,(v , snooper annum. To VllIaRc subscribers r ,','. the rap" ly tho carrier, r.OcciU. in addition will lo rliaificd. i.,ftv Cents ft vcnr nlH 1m added vvhon payment . il. laved beyond six niontliH. , napcr discontinued until all arrearages aro (li 'ciccpt at tlio option of tlio Publisher. H.VTH OpTiTvHIlTISINOl TmvsiEXT AnvKiiTisEMKNTR. l'er sqnnro of 12 " rir" has, of tltif typo, for first insertion St, i , j, h subsequent insertion, !." rents, in number of insertions must bo marked on u.,rtiementH, or thev will 1m' continund . .rdtndout. Transient advertisements to , aid fT m advance. s- V liberal discount will bo mado on the a raws to thoso advertising by tho year. I r . ,i SoTit es will bo inserted at 15 cents per lin . St. Albans Business Directory. B 1II.KY A MAVIS, ATTOKN'KYH 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. — 26 October 1866

TI I VERMONT TRAKCIUPT. o. 1 1 I 4 1 TUB TRANSCRIPT. Frtilay, October 20, 1800. aa?1 . : - . Tho October Elections. The Jolim-oniles endenror in vain to oxtrnrl a grain of consolation from tho lcccnl oloctions. Tlio fi ct is they havo been badly beaten, notwithstand ing the tremendous efforts they put forth to mnko the result otherwise. The people, through tho ballot box, hnvo emphatically declared their op- pomtion to "my policy," and thoir hearty approval of tho course of Con gress. Tho .President in "swinging nround tho circlo," it is quito ovidunt did not aid hia sinking cause; and if ho would only mnko a lour through out the States that hold their oloctions no.t month wo should fool .qufto sure that tho republicans would havo in creased majorities. "Wo know somo of the democrats claim that thuir party has gained largely, but figures will vot li', and nil tho fulso statements thoy mako cannot change tho result one io ta. In some of tho largo cities, where there is large Governme...

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. — 26 October 1866

3 30. Oriolicr J20, 1800. Sl , . Our friends In the several towns T j a,l,nnitig e, unties will eohfar a ' ' "j , , nding nil items of meat uows l r their observation. Omii- ,M. i i nil canon, give "i"", "'' f ., publication, but as ft guaran ,,,' No matter about tlmonii of ,n , givous'tho "subject ntat- ,t,ilut it into shapo. .iM'rao prico paitl for bailor ,av was 12 rents par pound. J)rS A. Ilorriti was killod nt , 'ISlnto quarry on tho lGtli v tin falling of 'i derrick. ,r tlnnliB nro dno to D. 'J'. It. the obliging Postumstor nt (', E., for Montreal pn- The Central Ilonso nt HIk-Moii, is tioing enlarged by an addition fully oiio-linlftliu f.lzoof the Old building. Mr. D. Wrifjhl, tlio propriofor, is do torminod to kcop up with the times, nnd furnish ample aficoiiiinodalion to bin increasing uuintnur visitors. Tho .second uino of tlio "Croa conts" cbnllongcd tho "Eagles" to play ii nmtcb gnino this (Thursday morning nt S) o'clock. Tho "Englos" accepted tho ohallongo, and woro on ...

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. — 26 October 1866

Til 10 V.UUMOJSTT TKANSOKIPT. 4 31' i Our. Cons Chop Tim corn crp of the Unilotl SUI;8 for tlio prc'Hont yenr is cRlimnlcil nt Hip enormous nmniuit of 1,0:!!),0()0.000 bushels. It is stated thnt in tlio Inst twcnty-llvo jonrs tlio nnnitiit incienbo of tlio coi n crop nur iijjetl four por cent , nml in tlio tlnoo censuses lust tnkc.n it. is stutcd thus: In 1840, H77,:J71,87o imihIicjIh; 1850, nt)2,(i71,l(U hushclH, nml in 18G0, S.'IO, 451,707 bushels. Half tho crop is urown in tho Mississippi vnllcy, north of Tonncs8co. A SofTiirux Advkhtihkmknt. The following ndvcrlihciiient is from n North Cmoliim pnpor: Confcdernto money taken for goods, nnd rvlso bunk notes of North nml South Cnroliim. And, rnther thnn be scrupulous, wo will tiiko greenbacks, although old Thad Stevens is going to play tho dotico with it this winter. And if nny of yon havo soino of the " hard," nnd it h troublosomo, we will not refuse it. An Old Stot. Probably the oldest stove in tho United Slates, says the Lonisv...

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. — 2 November 1866

THE y ----- VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ST. ATBvVTSTS, "VT., FBIDAr, NOVKM13TCR Q, 1866. ISTo. im. Vol. 8. THIS transcript. ruiiMsiinh i:vi:uy ruihAV. AVIMU'H P. It WIS, Killlur anil lro prlrlor. THltMS OP SUIISCIIIPTIO.V I To tlixo rceciviiifr tlio potior tlirnttfih tlm Host iiili.T ?!.) por nniittm. To Village stthHcrihors 1,, -riving tlio paper ly tho carrier, no tents in ,hlit ion will he charged. Kiflv Outs a year will bo added when payment is ililaved beyond nix mouths. V. paper discontinued until nil arrearages nro , i s, ,-pt at tlio uption of tlio Publisher. It.VTHS Ol.' ADVUIITISIXU t TllVNSIKST Adveutirumknth. Per HlJUal O of 12 i ' ,',;r Kan, of thin type, for first Insertion Si, f , , :w'h suliicipicnl iiiHortion, '" rvnU. ih. tmmlii-rof Insertions must lie marked 011 .ii n.ivcitisctuents, or they will lie continued ,mn ..rdrrcd out. Transient advertisement to pud for in advance. tv K liberal discount will lio made on tlio i...v rat-9 to those- advertising by tlio year. j , u, ...

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. — 2 November 1866

o "the TsdRiP'iT Friday, io miner 2, 1800. Our Congressional Dllllciilfj. W had hoped Hint tho notion of the licit Hyde Park convention would bo siveh nso restore liwinotiy to tho 1U puulkxit larfy in this District, Unt this irn regret to say, in not tho case. Tho uotniniition of Hon. Worthingtou C. Smith is not satisfactory to a largo number of Baxter men, and is oqunlly distasteful lo many of tlio supporters of Judge Hoyt. Politics docs indeed mako strange bed-follows, and tho re mit in Baxter and Hoyt men have joined haudti and put in nomination Hon. A. 0. Aldis. The friends of Mr. Baxter claim that his election was as TI I i V IOHMONT TRATsTKORl PT. AtUiilniit ttciicrnl's Report. Adjutant and Inspector General, P. T. Washburn has our thanks for a copy of his able report from Oct 1," 1805, to Oct 1, 18(lfi. From tho ropoi t wo learn that of twenty-cight thousand nino bundled and Misty-sown office ami men who havo cerved in Vermont organizations, all are finally accounted for, wit...

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. — 2 November 1866

8 November 2. TUKi VKHMONT TUAXSdMPT. THE TRANSCRIPT, Friday, November 51, 1800. I,iiCAi. News. Our friends In tho -.ovcraltownn in tills llJ djnining counties will confer ft i-ru.il favor by sending us all itonn uf local iiowh Out may p"""' umlur l'luIr observation. Con tributors should, In all cases, givo lliolr names, not necessarily for publication, but as a guaran ty of Kood faith. No mattor about tho form of your conlriliutlnns-givo iiu tho "subject mat ter" ami wo will put It Into shape. . . Send In the Itctnrns! Send In (lie Returns I Our friomlii In tho Hovoral towns In Franklin anil drawl It" Counties will confor a favor on IlioTnscnirr, by sending us as noon as possi ble aftor tho result is known, tho vote for Mom q,or of Congress on Tuosday, Montgomery was the lasUownJU'-ard from at tho September clcc ion; lot it bo lhf first jHho coming election vend in the returns. Scud In tho returns. Don't fail. Wo loam th tbo Represent ilivtu from tVifi CorrBressioniil District, nt ...

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. — 2 November 1866

4 Jl- .i. -I -1 J V -L -J X - ' -A. -1 -A- " - 1' o "'A ',. ii Choice Extracts. GRAND OPENING Uoil fjivps to every nmn liis Au Kiist ntnl hi li.u vrst; lie must himself do the rrftpin. Firnch Pivverb. At tin- North polo, go whatever wny you will, yon go due south; lit the utmost height of joy you etui movo only towards sorrow. --"The ol-J mythology that gnvo blind nves to love, discerned only u partial truth, fur no eyes but Iovo'b it i sold b all dealer, ever behold tho angel Hide Hint is in JSiteG"" "Mllc" us, tunimeu, uiurreo, nemecii ny mo weakness and sin of our humanity. - I. '. ?biniirii(f. Let no one nupposo that, by net ing a good part through life, he will escape slander. There will bo those even who hate them for the very quid iticH that ought to procure esteem. There are some folks in this world who nro unwilling others should be better than they. AOUB DE MAONOIiIA. toilet dcliehl. Superior to any Oolojrne aVOrriOJ53. f pllll copartnership heretofore i-xlntliitr mulct X ...

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. — 9 November 1866

THE VERMONT I RAN 8 ( JRIPT." Vol. 3. TinriiilNslRiPT. r-inusinm nvimv i'iuo.yy. DAVIS, Hilllor prlclor. anil I'ro- 'fr.KMS OV SUllSCKIl'TION I . , r. i ri big the paper through tlio 1'ort ' $.o(itcr milium. To Vitiligo nuhicriherH m m 1 ho paper by tlio carrier, Mt t-ent in , i, h,U he chariied. i . nt o vrnr will ho added vrhun payment . ,1 i. Muni nix nionlliH. , r iliirmitinui'il until all arronraRos are ' y, , ,i : t tlio option of tho l'uVlUher. kvths or advhktisixo i IV ,rr AnvKiiTIHBMKNTH. rr pqunro of 12 i.f thin type, for first insertion 91, , -if .-.i ijiii ut insertion, II ,n1. , mal r of insertions must 1 marked on rti-u'iiiciita, or thoy will be continued , 1 mit. Transient advertisements to i id advance 'I'litnl diaeount will bo made on tho . nt.i ttumo advcrtitiiiiR by the year. Vnii t3 lyill lio inoertcd at 15cenln per ?T. AXRAJSTS, VT FRIDAY, NOV f), 1866. . . - r... ISTo. iSf sitico odncsdav." said Air. Benin: 'Air. Curtis informed mo of it. Mnv Tlic Mcrchanl's Te...

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. — 9 November 1866

Iff M r 'a J '4 . ft t.a ,9 II' 1 TliANHUIM I'T. November , THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, November 0, 1800. The November Elections. The Elections on Tuesday do not upcnk very well for " my policy." In New Yolk, Gov. Fen ton i8 elected by eight or ten thousand majority. The city of New York gave Hoffman 40,000 majority, figufes quito too largo for the rent part of tho State to easily overcome. The Congressional dele gation will bo the 8 line in numbers tts in the hint Congress. Fighting John Morrissy, Fernando Wood nnd Jamos Brooks are among the Cougrcssmcn elected. The Republicans carry Illinois by 10,000 majority, and Wisconsin by 18,000. Kansas, Minnesota, New Jor ne.y and Missouri are also carried by the Republicans. Tho New Jersey Senate will stand, eight Democrats to f let en Republicans. Tlio " Conserva tives" come out of Delawaio with one thousand majority, a littlo crumb of consolation doubtless to the gentle man who presides at tho White House. The old Bay Stato rolls up n largo ...

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. — 9 November 1866

PUK VMIUFONT THANSCHIIT. 8 ovoii-ilioi' TUB TIUNSCIUI'T, rrll', Novcmlicrl), 1HUG. 'f.n.! adloitiing counties will eonfrr ft 1 l"" . I- ... .11 lttn fifbiMl nnira ,i fiv.ir I'V " ' Vs K!!" "''' H C'V,",,,, 8l,r0 t,''r nmr' " , r nly for publication, but a gurn '!' Iljith. No miller alwut tlto l.rm at ' ' .. ,tributlons givo us tho "subject mat- ,d we will lt 11 1'ito shape. TV 1 ... ruling prico for Imtlor on i n i i.ti i vnn 'iu cenw. riura gww 1 for 41 mill 'l tuuui, UUIUIIIUI - f,,..n 9fl In rmitn. . . 1 Ifl ..t4l U........1.H t.mr btono'o troupo nttrnct niglit rt skiny Hnll, n Inrgo audience. ,fTi rout pruts assumed iv tins ii :ii.r..it.. lit' ftCl!"' SS ill U null dim iniimiiiij rfiirmf'l "r- 1 ' t5to" "00 1119 liC1v lo perfection, nml his very mi llm Kf.'irri. iu flllilo HI I IT! L1 PI 1'irns is alto a "Htnr in una tt ns Landry in " Function, tho .1 "l...! AT i.ttl.r rr.iiw. ( , aH I VJ a jntuo , (s also ft pleasing actress. But, rl1p, wo otigut not to particular z ,;lic nil d...

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. — 9 November 1866

t IS 1 W I: All AIiiIiic ttrotlo. ' Tlif wonderful i i. an " of M- dici Science during Un pant six years only iimki it possible fot tin' ( oi'iii ii ttoiii riinii )n lo declare, now, thnt t'liimiiiiii'ition in cirtnttilv cured as In- trrnmti nt lever, and ca certainly II Pnx." (liarles 15. Kiiik, M. rvorr nevus fpilK I'-iiiartm mhip liewhifrr xl-ting uttdrt I L the name awl him of Hinges A 1 ait-ljr, I this day diwiolvcd by 'nutnal cimsont. J.J. IlL UUlkHb. . . THOMAS FAII.ltY. ' St. All. ins, 'uiiu 1. Htif.. V .U)HMO jN T Tit AJSTSOIUPT. GRAND OPENING Tlio following appears in Un'ttnmu : "Ou Hio flunk of tho Maritime Alps, near t)u villtiL'e of Custiyliono, litis long prevented n n been known mi opt'tiin.' in tlm fuiv of 1 ' ' tl.o rook, giving entrance ton vast King's PrepnraclProioriptioxi, ,. .n i ii it f Vfirfi from t it- I ii ' i r tif lift. ( hut. I.. grollo. To tipptoaeh this there wns,' """'"";;,'.. v. yi., )., . no rontl or path, and yot it showod i u ,.mfldciit;v piiscntc...

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. — 16 November 1866

m TTTTl TTT71 1 F r AT TP ja no v jniviui jl TD A AT.ni3Tl JL JLX3.X rO V JL V JUL Vol: :v-m "the TRANSCRIPT. ruiii.isiir.n r,vi:nv imuimv. tvJIi1lt'K I)VVIJ, IMIti.r mitt I'ro l.rlcf nr. THIOIS (!.' SUHSCUIPTION I t , tii .s n r iu:i(? thn jinncr through ll)o l'osl ,' . f 4.(iit per annum. T Vltlagf siiliHcriburH "! ,u iu tlic jmpci' liy the carrier, no fnil in l,i i I, tull 1"' I'hai'KHl. I ,i Ci nt n yrnr will Wn iddrd wholl payment i, hi il lK-vniiil Ik month1). , iMi r (ii.srontinueil until all rrwirnfMj nro i v , .t ,it tin' iintion if the lNiHlihor. hath oi'' Aiivmt'risixo i , ,v.irtr AnvtftrrturtMKVTR. P.-r cqnaro of 12 . , i if tliifi tjM, fur ilr.it insertion S, iil.i i ii nt itiHPitiim, '-it cciitn. ,.iil.ir.f iinprttinn nmat Ik-marked nn , in i titu'nirntH, nr thrv mil lie continuod , I. r .1 "nt. TraiiHit'iit itdvrrtincincntM to . i in :i b incr. . hi., ral ilixriinnt will lio made t the , 4 i.i tlmn advertJinng ly the year. . ii r,s mil hi: irmertod at 13 ewitn jwr st,...

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. — 16 November 1866

t:i Aisrsci upt. TCT i o T.e i; verm okt iff i- ." i III If I It fH it THE TKANSCRIrT. Frltln)', A'oenliir 10, 1800. T!w Southern Tapers on the Elect-Ions. History or St. Albans. In thu next iRStto of tlio TnAseitii'f wo shall commence) thu publication of tho history of St. Albans, originally prepared for Mis Iloiiionwny's Mng uzino, by thu Hon. James Davis. It The Southern papers do not of eoursu like tho result of tho recont mna Thnv nril iliumicilrwl ivilll ,'. ,. .. n i . . i.. ' cnrly settlers of tho (own, among them tho "radicalism thnl so extensively . ' iighout Now Lugland and , . ' . ..,..,... '.., Texas. A loiter from Texas in tho Now York Post lopresuiitfj tho people of that Statu as intensely disloyal and ready for another war. Thd negroes are terribly oppressed and mallroatod contains a full account of tho "Old 'by tho "black cavalry," as thoy aro Bssswood Jail," tho "Georgia Riots," I called, who aro disguised whito men, The Tools not all Dead. Death or Srmat. Ou -Hon....

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. — 16 November 1866

THE VIISHMONT TBANHOlOTa1. November 16. TUB T1WMUPT," November 10, 1800. l-'rllay, it Nr.wM. Our friends In the several towns I" '' '. 1I..:.,I.... ,in.llA nlll rflllfcr A Illlt nt '"' ,r liv H'-iiIitiK H 1111 "cms " mcai news ' 1.... .t..tr (ilittrmtlitti. Coll i niav ' inn? "" ' 1 1 , uli.iiiM. in oil cases, give Uidr names, ' " " .puKsfily for implication, but as a gitaran- " ' i ', K)ti h'tli- 1,-0 mltcr nbmlt t,in fr"1 at .intributions-glvous tho "subject mat- " '..,t will tint It Into shape. The ruling price for Imltor, on t.,.,5,1,iv. was 40 cents. Extrn. good ,))tsp,winiuulc(l 41 iuid-12. Summer . . 1.1 fur from to Jo. Iok Hero! Selling Out" , :...., -SCO In another cohimn, Mr. C II. WliccUr calm nueiuion 10 ins now t I,..., I a Klinna. nnd nMti'lfnrV. h lie srys, surpasses ovoryimng k:iul in Northern Vermont sales and small profits is ovi- . . .....llr. l.,...,,,.n'o ri i HI UeCIt I lliULtW. JJKlllltlUDUII which is inanufiicturod nt liis .said to be ft "tip-lop" article. M ...

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. — 16 November 1866

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