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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 5 April 1867

Transcript-Supplement. Hie I'M si Iflil's iIeni,e. k MiiW-ClTlN OF TJ1K SeSATK Ml) llcit'SK oi HrrnHBiTAiTVBa : Ihr oonllnuwl disorganization i( the I ni"n. to whioh the President Imstoolten rulhdthc nttonlion of CongrcsH, Is yet n mi yet of ptolmwd ami patriotic oonccrn. Wcniny, however, Grid sotnorcllel from that ntuicty in the reflection thnt tho palnto! (,liti 'til situation, although before untried tiv oureclvrs, is not new in the experif nee of the nations. I'olitiml science, perhaps ns Inirldv pcrlcctcd in our own timo and coun try as in any other, 1ms not yot disolosed nny mi rti hy which civil wars can bo absolutely prevented. An enlightenod nntinn, hnw- vcr. with a wipe and beneficent Constitu tion of free geivcrnment, may diminish their fn..iieticv and mitiguto tlicir feventy by ill rcctinc all its proceedings in accordance with it lundamrntal law. When a civil war lias been brought to a clow it is inanilcetly the first interest and duty of the State to repair thf inmrirs...

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. — 12 April 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT 5 1 .u ST. AJkBAJSTS, VT," FKIDAY, A-PIfclX, 12, 1867. No. 160. Vol. 41:. THE TRANSCRIPT. n misiiF.n i:veh7 ritttuY. 1VII.1H It DVVIM, I'll 1 1 or mill l'rn r prlftor. Ti;ltMS OP SCHSOUII'TIO. ,i, ,., r iiiiR tho paper throucli UioPosl- j.oo iwt aimnm. To Vilhgo tfnb .crluBrs t If tmner by tho cnrrior, W ee . in ,,11 he charged. , - ii vcnr will bo added wIh-ii payment I i,. wind nix month. , ,,, i ilisnmtiinioil until all nnvartgoa arc v 1 1 nt the option "f thr l'liMblivr. IIVT1.S OK A-VI-11TISI.U I ,.n, Vd FitTHKMiesT. For square of 12 , .if tins tvpo, for llret Insertion 91, .i,ii' .tn. nt insertion, SS5 cent. ,nh. rof insertions inuMt lio marked on , i,. rtisiMn. nlM, (ir tboy will lio continued r,l, ,. .1 out. Transient advertisements to , , 1 f ,r m lrfinre. i,i,, ml discount will bo mntlo on tho , 4 to those advertising by tho year. I, ,l,,N...iiE.-wlllboitisortodat 15 emits per si. Albans Business Directory. KlCllUlU&O.Vri IMCTMtK OAM KllY, M ni i...

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. — 12 April 1867

o 'PI 1 15 TliAA'SClilPT. Krlilav. April HI, IS07. tho Hiisslnii Trcsily. Oolisideiablo opposition, nnd nol without trood reason, wo must believe. Is raised against Iho purchase of the , store-house, on flic North, which was Jliihsinn possessions in America. Sue-! fillcd "ith paper rugs, Ac. 'J'ho n-t.irv toward, however, in determined . lnililii, together with- most of Iho DwrnrcTivi: Vim is IIi iii.isoton. Oji Thnrsdny evening, nt about 8 o'- clock, n, terrible Tiro broke otit in tho , burns owned by Shodd & Walker in I the rear of Union Hloek, Church utiecl, llurliuglon. These buildings wore imwii destroyed, tind tho Tiro : spread (o Mcsm s. Hhcdd iV WalUcr'H TI.-IK Frnnklln (JoiuKy Court. April Tinn, If". M - S sr -.fa Laws or Vermont, Special Session, A. D. 1807. at- 4 to h:ivc thctn, mid it is fum ed Unit he lias convinced a majority of Iho Kenii tors that wo ought to have llicln. For Ihcso possessions wc are lo pay seven million dollars, and this in a largo utnount when w...

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. — 12 April 1867

1 4 J AP1'1 -- fllE TJUNSOIUPT, Ottr friends In the several towns ' V,"l.rfnl.i wnnllc will confer a " ,rt m .lin iw all Itot.M of local news r miil r their oWrvatl.m. foil ",(, i all omm, t,'!v their names, " iv for publication, l.ut as a gtiaran "J h Nr. mutter nlwnt thu vrm or '.utl'on.t slvo ns tho "subject nut- will put lti,,l "hnl,c' ,T TO .VllTKnTIMBI. TflO TnANHOlllIT ti' circulation in St. Albans of r intcl in Hi'" tu It" circulation iit. "(? thr'iihout I'rniiWIn nnd l utilities. ground. C. B. Howlnnd. of Hm-1.n raised 850 bushels oirnbout !M of nn ncro, nnd R Woodruff, of Nownrk, nbout, tho uamo rrttio na 1 lowland Query: "What enn tho far mors of Cale donia County raise on their land to tho amount of one or two acres, which will net them more profits as feed with tho same labor. Thoy havo sold read ily at auction this winter and full past for I'llllltl line Iillclml nli.1 11, t,.t T a :h: a. nsr :ia 1 1 "Mother, my sword is too short," fmidn youthful warrior, in ancient A...

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. — 12 April 1867

T.H.IO ViCKMONT tiiajnsojlui't. 4 A.pi'i l A ToiiRh Knt Story, AH lho.sc Nov lioods have conic AT - WALKER BROTHERS, coN8irri.NO of 300 Bid's Flour pastry. -any gradu fiom supailiuo to A full lino of Teas -Green, Japan ami Oolong -nt prices to frtilt our Customcra I Sugars or every quality, lit any quantity Mo. lasses, poor ami 11 ml cluaat Syrups of the bent quality only. Fish ofanv kind wished among the following -Salmon, Trout, Machrol, Cod, Whito and ltlue l ir.li. Tobacco - anything you nik for from ft Cabbago leaf to Hit' puro Virginia l'lng. Spicea, Starch, ldooiuo, HalcratUB, Bait. ' Vuiinout l'oik of our own Iinl, Coffee, Itniaiiis, Cider Vluogar. packing rnteni mill pure loan, N. Y, Keioscho-lon. -tlio boat Ity tho barrel or gal' Pails ami Wooden Ware, nml Oats. Soaps, Candlog, Com Our goods aro not cheaper, but as good as any In this market offered to tbo wholesale trade. 101-6 AT Till) NEW DRUG- STORE, S. R. DAY, ACT. OFFF.ltN for nale -on hand and receiving ovo rv ( day...

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. — 25 April 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. rol. A-.. TIIH TRANSCRIPT. rt iir.iHitKti i:vi:hy I'tltllAV. w I MM It I' I) WIS, IMilm pi Icliir. mill I'in- J'KltMS tit' NtMtSOItll'TIOX I ing the paper through the 1'ont inimm. To Village MUhsterlhora 4,(Mi nrr annum, 1 1 : ili. naner liv tlio carrier. 3i m-hn in , i n will lie charged. 1 t'i lit a year wilt Io added when payment , !, ii hcyoud six mmithi. S , ).in r dtt'-ontluued until nil nrrenraKtm aro i , i, . v l't at tlio option of tlio l'lil.-Iinhor, lllTKS OK ADVKHTISIXM t T tu nt AnrGiiTiMCMiiNTM for Hiptaie llf 12 . , . . nr this typo, for lirtt liusertlnn Si, , 1, miW'iinfMit liiHortlnn, f-ttf . .niminTiif inmtious lnunt Im marlicd on ' , i iis. iin nt, or they will lio continued ml niit. Transient ndvertli-' mrnts lo mi in adtaneo. jj I i.il dmommt Mill lie matin on the -i tn flume KdvcriimiiK hy tin- your. , s.u ii F.s will be Inserted at 15 ecnts jicr M. Albans Business Directory. i lUUD'illA'N IMr'rUHK, IJ.tl.l.UUV, i in iMrtili! Hank 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. — 25 April 1867

o THK TRANSCRIPT. Vrttlnj', April 20, 1807. Atljoiirnmciit of I lie Senate. Tlio special session of the .Seiialo ad journed on Saturday cveiiiiif. Tlioro lins been a considerable squabble over Ilia disttibntion of uflieoH; mid the thanks of the country are due to Sena tors for refusing to conlitm llu nomi nation of thoso v:lio arc known to bo rebels at licait. In no case, however, wo bcliove, wnB a nomination rejected bimply on the ground that the nomi nee was inclined to support "my poli cy." 3ut when a person, whoso nauio was sent to the Senate, was known to Ktill adhero to rebel dogmaR and falla cies, nnd whoso aim would bo to injure tho Union cctiso for which ho many thousands of lives and treasure have been expended, ho hos been very prop erly rejected. Tho President could not bully the Senate; and when ho ascer tained this important fact ho was dis posed to yield tomowlint. TJius it is. that tho names of somo radical mon woro sent in for confirmation. Wo might instance ono or ...

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. — 25 April 1867

3 TirmANS01tlP'J I'rl.IiiJ', April tUl, 18(17. jAtval 'Xvws. i Nnws. Our Mends In tlir several low lis 'i'l nn.'l ftj"'""1"' ',',",tlt'', IH "JrT ix " hvor ly fending " Iu'm,t ,,r locnl ,,UWH miv come under their observation. Con. ,r' olmitM. 1" 1,11 CMC8 BVU l,lulr "!""t ' , .s.irilv for publication, but as a gunraii L7.il fit'l. N'" matter almt tho form or "' , mtrilmll(mi givo us tho "subject mat '".mlwcwill I'H'tl,,t0 ",",w' lMlDUTiXT TO ADVKHTISnllS. Tho TnANSOUIlT l ml.lo tho circulation In St. Albans of M ' I., ll... Mtnln. III. rlriMiliitlim njiicr I'riiiii" - t.piJly mcreasiiiK throughout Franklin and "r'.'nJl Counties. Uullcr took a downward stride on Tiiesilny- Tho highest prico paid was twenty 'S1'1 cciits; tho greater por w, however, tlutt was brought in told for from twmty-iivo to twcnly K,en cents. -HisTonv or Sr. Ammns. Tins Histo rj, which we doubt not has been read ,ith much interest by many of our r-'iulrrs, is completed in thia issuo of d TiiANscmiT. The writer 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. — 25 April 1867

TMJtl V UUMOJNT TUAJSTSOlllPT. 4 -). In Jest. "Wlicrc did Xonli niTForvo honor liccs (luring Ilio Hood? In tlio "nrk liives" of the old world, of course. A younj,' Indy Fnys tlio reason nlio miries n pninsol, is Hint tlio snn in of tlio innsculiito gender, nnd who cannot, withstand his indent glnuco. I think I have scon you before, Hi'r; nro you uot Owen Smith ? ',Oh, yes; I'm owin' .Smith, nnd o Titr. DAILY KVEXINIi TUAVKLLElt ! ISBUIM riVI EDITIONS DAILV, Colitnllilhg tlin Latest News by Mall k Trlrsnipli Ami it' Columns nrc i-nri. lied by tlio Cniitillitillni" orTiiliiitnl Ciirriiiini1ll In nil Jin 1 1 of I III' AVoi 111. In addition to iIh ) i k I litt-rniy ami in wspn imrinl nbililv. tin- TrnHhr Is tln only daily pn- ocr published in lioston which stipiorts present I'lKHmrronv uvcot: 1. llir vt. transcript An Invaluable Medicine for the jSOMBTIIIMr BSTIKBLY NBW ! in' Jones, nnd owin' Urown, nnd owin' ; ,M1)1 f lpMrnim,.Bl til(,i,i, . ..ribe . evnv-hodv." A Inwycr observed lo ti...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 3 May 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT Vol. -4. Ti; TKANSOIill r. llMSUCD EYfiUV rttlUAY. OAVIH, Ktlltbr Irtur. mill lro- ,lt,iurit TKIIMS OF StfllSOltlPTlON I ' (.. Ihe tiancr through llio Post- T" nli .,rr mmtini. To Village suliscriliors WwS?r l tl.o critr,!Mti.u In ,Tmll liriwWHl. i' r.' ... ..,.1 ii mniit is. I' , ai.contltmed until all niTcarnscB aro g& K I'tumf ll.o l'ulllshcr. baths oi''iivKTi9isfoi I.4fll lit " lr. .Vl,innltiti-ition, 3 crnt,. ' m) r f l""tl must, no manioii on V mi'tilrt Of MICv "in 1,11 wnnimimi ''"'umt. "Tralisloiit advorti-cmsnta Ui I"". i,irl ilic-'unl will 1 made on tho if . ii, uio advcrtisinK l.y the year. Ic1" .. ii lui inBfrti.il nt 13 emits tlar 1 icw L A, Albans Business Directory . . . . . .... . , iA ii IUo..-hlonl lifst national wyier ntmsc, M-'.'. .i,.., ,4 Yt. Ovslcr served in every IS l.y tin- keg, qart or gallon. 102 iutU'imii.tsAiji.iiiLy,, t. Aiirariti, ' the day. IV ,. -it Opin allhmra of tin 1 ) All tho latrst Htytrw or m o ' - Galh ry. Albums an...

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 May 1867

o in pt. TI I K V KItMONT May THE TRANSCRIPT. Kililn-, iMuv :t, IS07. The (Jrnnil Kxpo.sKlnn. Personal. "It is humiliating lo aland in Amcricnu ruction nml licar the imrngiug remarks of visitors upon its present comlition," wiitos tho nblo correspondent of llio Boston Journal. It could hardly bo expected Hint Atnorica would inako tlio lirrt nbow nt the groat Exposition, hit wn hnvo hnd n riglit lo oxpeet tlmt tlio American department would present, nt lonst, n rafficclabtc npponrauco. lint according to tbonbovofitnlomont, as well ns thoso of olhur cot respondents, it docs not, itt present. And this is owing, in n grent nicnsuro, to tlio inoap.ic.ty of our Commissioner, who has llio entire ninnngemoiit of llio Amcricnu dcpni t niont. His disposition of articles is shockingly bad good common sense, which is very es sential lo ti parson occupying Mich a responsible position. Soino of tho 111036 important articles which America ban sent to tho exhibition nro placed where but a small por...

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 May 1867

jSLay 3. THE TRANSCRIPT, i-'riiiay, aiu- a, iso7. Jjocaf JS'cti'ft. JdicAi. Nt.wh. -Our friends in tho spvcrul towns n tins and adjoining (xmutlim will confer a n-at favor by sending us all Items of local nowa fli.it may come under their obiorvation. Con tributor'! nltoitUl, In all eases, glvu tholr namo. not necessarily for implication, but as a guaran ty of gol 'illM waltur about tho brm of tour contributions (jlvo us tho "subject mat ter" au1 wo will put It into shape. - - - lMrouTAST to Avr.ittiMr.ns.--Tlio Tiunsciupt lias double tlio circulation in St. Albans of tny paper printed in tho State. Its dicttlatioti 1 rapidly Increasing throughout franklin and Ortnd Isle Counties. JJultcr is lower this than Inst week. Tho nvorngo prico paid was 25 cents; Boino extra good lots Bold for 2G. Sovornl dairynion rofttsetl to soli at tlicso prices, and carried thoir but ler homo with thorn in tho hope that it will soon bring a higher figure. . Mr. Iilinn, clerk at the "Wolden House, who pic...

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 May 1867

VUHMONT TltANHCItl PT. Til A I 1 a,y E.uu.y Hayino. Tho AVinilsor Conn ly farmers nt tlioir recent club, ucro nil ngrcotl Hint tlionsnnds of tons of hnv vrcro injured, rcmlorod nlmostns, bad ns etrnw, by beingenttoo Into, ami (licy proved tlioir position by incontrover tible fncls. All ngrccd, also, to com mence linying cnrlicr thnti usnnl this year, ono'innn Tucker of Koynlton (Icclutcd Hint evory forkful of liis lmy fdiould bo in liis burn by the fourth of July. Mourns "Ways or Tin: Would.- -Goo. Francis Trnin myn our modern ninr ringo servico fdionld rend tbus: Clor gymnn Will you tnko this brown fitono front, this enrringo tuid simn, theso dinmonds for thy wedded llilB bnnd?Yc8. Will you Inko Hub uii pnid milliner's bill; this high vrnler fnll of foreign hnirj these nflectntion accomplishments nnd feeble constitu tion for thy wedded wifo ? Yea. Then, whnt nmn hns joined together lot tho next best man run nvctiy will), so tlmt tho first divorce court may tenr them nsundcr. tSf Jo...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 May 1867

THE VER Til l 7 (i i . i M " ..ji AN SO I. 4:. fill.; TJtANSORIPT. ItlU ...Oil,,! t I' OtVI.S, Hilllotf ""it I-ro-nilt'tor. TKMS OV SUIISOIUPTION I r nine tho paper through tho l'ost , ml X, v i",,.n.. ! Vlllaffe.hMibcfibc.r tin iaj r 'y "10 career, ot com in ' Cfuti ft " r v-'-1,0 niMoilwlicn rfoynitiiil n r disc mllrtttril until Ml arrearage!) aro 'r j t tlio option of tlio Fttl'llsher. ltvTi:s ok ruvuiiTisixa I . r VTriiTi3ir.ST. l'or squaro of 12 of tl'l" tvl"' fl,r lr,t insertion 51, , ,i.tit insertion, renin. r if Mi' rti'n niUHt lo marked on ' m. uK r tin y will bo continued i Irnnn-iit advertisement to ..i nuil nil! bn mailn on (lis f " .i. . hIm rl mine liv tlio year. , i ,il be iniovtod nt 15 cents per si, Albans Business Directory. oniik-i l' ART'S (successors to A. II. R" First National Oyster House, rl -'pet, opposite Moiriioiis , A t ( stun i r i d m every the keg, quart nr gallon. KJ'2 1511 Y. l:mk-St reef, St. Alb It , iiih ii nil hours of tho i Albans, iin. n nil ho...

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 May 1867

T.hLK V IO.UMXXNT TKXiSTS OIIPT. Mt L-y -to. V A THE TKANSOKIPT. Ulllnii Stale Comtuittoc. Friday, May 10, 1S07. Union Slate Convention. A Union ltcpubllcan Htatc Convention will 1ms holdcn at Montpellcr, on Thursday, JUjr 110, 1PG7, at 11 o'clock A. M., for tlio inn-pom of noiniiioling candidates for OovcrnoT, Iil-Oovor nor and Treasurer, to bo Mipportitl nt llio an mini Stato election in September nrtt. Tho Htatc Committee having been instructed, to call this an a Dclcijalo Omxcnllon, have llxctl upon tlio following basis (if ltepresontatinn: Ono delegate for each town, ami an additional dclcRato for every ono hundred and llfty vol us cast for Fan! Dillingham at tlio lant Htoto tileo lion. H in suggested that the town chonan mibsti tutcs an well aa delegates, no that thoy may not bo unrepresented in the Convention. Delegatus or their substitutes ..lionld provldo themselves tilth credentials, ignotl by tho Boo rotary of their rospcctlvo meetings. bUDIXY C. PENIKON, DtjttNAM MAItTIN...

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 May 1867

May TI-I1G VERMONT TRANS(!RII,rr. lO 3. THE TRANSCRIPT Friday, 3lU"Hj 1807. jjoctil 2fews. , ur,w. Our frlcmtx in Hie soveral lowns 1 " n'mt ni1J'H'l"K con"" will confer a, " t'fjfir by i"!"1""!? 11,1 ltums "r Iocnl ,1Bw 1 nnV como uml. r tholr obiorvAliim. Con ". should, I" U omoh, glvo their namos, ' . arily for publication, but as ft gttaran " 'flod WUi. No mailer about the form of if v" ... . ...I- i , , ami we win pui u nu - . (,nTAxTTO AbVEivrisr.ns. Tbo TiUNscnir-T j, mill'' the circulation In St. Albans of rawr printed in tho Stato. Its circulation i,ul!.v iwri astint; throughout franklin and ' Jul Me Conntica. The prico of butter this wook is Ipm twenty to twenty-six cents per according to quality. Butlittlo L-ronglit to town on Tuesday, ow n.liubtcdly to tho bad condition flftlif n-ads. - Mr. Charles II. Blinn, clerk at tho Y,,,lin House, leftTuosday evening, jlr Ilcnry uauar, cichk at tno an Houso, WodnoBday ovening, A hington, to testily in llio trial i ji H. Surratt, wh...

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 May 1867

4: How ts) MWhlshM ft Daughter. 1, Do always tolling hor how prolly fclio Is. , i2. Instill in her inintl n propor lovo of dress. 3. Accustom lior to so much pious uro Hint sho is never huppy nt homo. 4. Allow her to rend nothing but novels. C. Tench her nil tho accomplish ments, but nono of tho utilities of lifo. C. Kcop hor in tho unrkost ignor nnco of tho mysteries of housokcoping. 7. Initinto hor into tho irinciplo thnt it is vulgar to do any thing her self. 8. To strengthen tho lnltor belief, let hor hnvo it Indy's mnid. 9. And lastly, hnving given hor such an education, marry hor to n olork upon fivo hundred dollars a yonr, or n lieutenant going out to n fort. If, with tho nbovo cnroful training, your daughter is not "fniidhod,"' you may bo suro it is 3io fault of yours, and you must look upon her esenpo as nothing short of a miracle. IitnmiuMTY or Ilist.ss.--T1ioso who nro blessed with health can novor know until they aro in turn called upon to suffer, what heroic st length 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. — 17 May 1867

THE VERMONT TRANS nrr ii ! CJMPT. Vol. 41:. '; TJ IE TRANSCRIPT. PIM)M9K KVIUII FltlUAV. ullUIt "AVIS, Kdltor mill Pro W'"" jirlctor. TKUMS Of SUHSCKIPTION I T,i those rccclriiiK tln.Wcr tliroUKb tlio 1'ost 'IVbii tier ntumm. 1 o i11ku subscribers Trine the l'cr by tlio carrier, i ni. in liitlon Twill lie cluW-iJ. r,nr Ccntfl vcar will added wbeii iiaymcnt ,d.uveil beyond li nioiitl.H. 'V tiimT discontinued Until all arrearages arc HiJ, ttrcpt at tho option of tlio I'utli-licr. It.VTHS Ol' AIVKIIT1SI.V I T..irfr AnvwiTiMiJiKsM. Per nqtiaro of 12 !nr Ii'ii-i. of tlilu typo, for Aral insertion 31, rh Mte4ent insertion, l rriU.. " namWr of insertion must 1m) marked on --.fjucncntg, or tboy will bo continued nrlinn-il out. Transient advertisements to ;;",!.( f"r Hi advance, . i uu rl iliTount will bo lnado on the . ntMtotlio-ondti-rlimi.KbPtli-ycar. x, m ut will bo inserted at 15 cents per St. Albans Business Directory. B HOOKS t ISV.VKT'S (kiicuumopi to A . It. tt o Ut"nl First Nationa...

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 May 1867

IT 1 V ! V Iff lijl- -.if ?1 ti ,1- T l.i bit 1 U ' ill St Hi. I Iff 11 2. TH 10 V .WKMOlNtrr TJUAJSTSC 3 1 1 PT. THE TRANSCRIPT. Vi J.Iiij, Mny 17, ,1S(J7. Union SlalcjConvciUIOH. A Union llepubllcau Statu Convention will be liolJcn at Jtim'tjwllcf, on Thnrwlay, May 30, 1867, at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of nominating candidates for Governor, I.t-Oovcr-nor anil Treasurer, to be soppiuted nt llio an nual Slalo election in September ncit. Tim Rtato Committee liming boon instructed to call this ns a Dolcgalo Convention, havo fixed upon tlio folloning baais of ltrprcAontallon: Ono delegate for each town, nnd an additional dele pate for cvf ry ono hundred and fifty voles cast for 1'miI Dillingham at the last Htato elec tion. It id suggested that tho town choose substi tute as well ns delegates, bo that thoy may not bo unrepresented in the Convention. Delegates or their Miballtntos Hhonld provide themselves with credentials, algiicd by tho 8e retary of their rospeetivo meeting. D...

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 May 1867

17. LYiy Tl UiJ VEBMONT T.UA.JSFSCUI TT. 3' THE TltANSOjUP'r, l'l itluj', ainj' 17, 1807. Local JSrews. Our friends In tlio several towns , .. rw" n mill adjoining eountloa will confur a ', "ftvorliy sending 11,1 iloms uf local news i Ia .. ..I ...it.... -la til Cf conic UIlilcl wioir uusuivuwun. should, in nil cases, glvo their namos, , siarily for publication, but aa a guaran ,f .,,ml faith. N matter about tlio form of ,iriibuti'ii9 fjtvo na tlio "subject mat- and w will l"l u lut0 slial,y' (rotrT to ADTEimsF.iis. Tho"rn.X!iomrT ii tlio circulation In St. Albaui of printed In tho Stale. Ha circulation ..... -tj....i.u.. .....i r" ner .vong inrougiioiii. i-inuu uuu , ('.. unties. Utttor soils Ibis week for from t , 30 cnts. A considerable quiui- ffu,s brougbt mto town on Tuos- onuont Central changed d mdny. Trains leave St. Al , as follows: Going South and . :o a. m., 12,00 noon, 7,25 p. m. ; n M'tfd, 6,10 a. m., G.15 p. in.; i 's Point, Ogdensburgh, &e., .j, 11, 00 a. in.; 2,2...

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