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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 July 1864

THE VERMONT" TRANSCRIPT" 9b r i Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, VT, FBIDAY, JULY 1, 1864. 3Sfo. 16 VERMONT TBANSCBIPT. H-UMHUKD BVKRV MUOAY By HKNHYA., CUTLER. -rr.itMS OV SUIISCIUITION I I' ilu wiit by tlio carrier, oocrnt. i . i,i in will l cliarRcil. . A V.dbiVoiidMx mouth. rt r.u':., ..,. ,,r II, n lnli1 Uln.r. llVTliS OK AUVKKTISISH I TV-mrsr Ai)TtnTiHKMF.s-rf..-I'cr miunrp of 12 , ii'M of this tyyo, for ,lrst insertion 73 i.. fur ekon uhnennrnt insertion, : crni. ' number nf insertions mut bo marked on 1T0tt"!mli,U, or they will bo continued I uli!nU to burled at 121 cents per I Une rrtfta tiv the Yeiii. with the nrivl- irtcr if a column 118 00 , ,f a eolunm 23 00 r if a " ilunin 35 00 . .1 . ...lmna fi'llWl Ion (Hi xoo i ,r ,n auferuscim-in. new . ..... .....-..-..w Art an. will I u, i-linri.ml. hi tfl.ll JJW 1"-' "M""- ""' " " fcfctcrtrrt poetry. ELEG-Y. The followintr lines wore written by Sti.1ntn(:.l Peter A. Porter, of tho NlSRara Sew lork regiment, on hoar-, intf m Europe some year...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 July 1864

62 I I'll-1 l, T I :fc -tfc YERMOXT TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. .Friday, .Tuly 1, laoa. IVA.T10NA1. UMOX TICKET. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Or ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, ' Or TENNESSEE. Presidential Election, November 8tli, 18M. UNION STATU TICICliT. For Governor, JOHN GREGORY SMITH, Or ST. ALBANS. For Lieut. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, or waterdury. For Treasurer, JOHN B. PAGE, Or RUTLAND. I."OIl CO.VOKKSS. Firtt District Frederick E. Wood bridoe, of Vergennes. Second District Justin S. Morrill, of Strafford. Third District Portus Baxter of Der by Lino. 8tat Election, Hci.tcmber Cth, 18HJ. Rnilrond will commohco on tlio Fourth of July to run us follow: Lcavo "White River Junction at 8 o'clock A. M, Wells River at 10 A. M., icnehing Newport at 1.20 P. M.. Returning, will leave Newport at G.ao P. M., and arriving COUNTY NOMINATIONS. . The Windsor County Union Conven tion mot at Woodstock, Juno 17, 1801, and made the following nominations:- Senators. Hugh If. Henry,...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 July 1864

--rp-rg yt o t:k a nrcri.pt. . itrtnrTirn . trtt mi) t mvi mi 1 r KIOWA! IJUVWOvaixx A " ST. ALBANS. - - - t- -r - Hiisisr.vitY. r-Mr. Corbctt, a Workman hi tlio rvj-nvH Sti AlbuiiR Foundory on his way homo i A western court haw decided that .,- I'KkfM .NOTICli. ,nfl; open (Sundays excepted) from 0 a. '.. 9 PJ?B " KumUy ,r"m 7 tt' 10 H tt ';",VfjHl,mwl"Mll close at 0.30 Hlia , Kn ... Vhroiwh Mutt closes nt 0.30 p. ill. ..... l I 1" ! , .nn . ... .1 ' '..Urn Mail closes ai .. 1 l j"'irD vy Mali close it 5.00 o. m. Arrives 7 v l COO a. m. Arriwiiu 111 ' - fl It 17 l mi lrriVI'HILL if 1 . riMnaiinVH I II II rH(l R VH HUH II' l llill 1(lfH II 1. Ik.lll II. III. -c.fi'HI. ai'ii' .- ------ ----- . .. . R A April . lHti. " idvertlscd liour of rlosing. ' H.N. . . . a 1 ,mnn l this V 1 cc. nn iniciuecni " . 1. .1.11 .... l. iu.' o it tnrns out that it was Gen. Har nj n,,t Gen. Hooker who was Tfairtrrrnitii ... innni Implies of tho Congregational tt. .l.Mftfn ova m hnifl n. fiiir .,. Ill, r,f...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 1 July 1864

61, TI-rJE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. f -44- farmer' gqiartmcnt. Hayiso. Even Rood fnvtnorH may got soino good hints from the. Ainon can AifriculturM. Various kinds of grass mature suf ficiently to cut at successive periods on land of the bmuo quality. Tho crop may bo diminished by too early cut ting, and its qunlity hurt by cutting late. GrasH ought to bo cut whim tho greater part of it has attained its full Bizc, and is well in blossom. "Whoro many kinds grow together it requires no littlo experience to nidge well, oxarlly when to nut in tho scythe. Grass cut rine. is not onlv more touirh and woody, and in danger of drvinc so as to be brittle, and waste when handled, but tho hnv is not so sweei r ihiuhioub, containing tho worms, and tho opera tion ropcuted as often "as n now race makes its appearance. Uso a tin pop- pur box fastened to tho end of a short slick, so as not to inhale tho dust, which is irritatinir to tho lmiurs. It should bo dono when tho air is still. A qunrtor to a half p...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 July 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. Vol. I. ST. .ALBAJSTS, VT, FBIDAY, JULY 8, 1864:. . Ifcf o, ,17 VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ruiiMsiiEB kveuy rnthAY By HENRY A. CUTLER. TKUMS OP BWKSCmi'TION I To tliow receiving- tlio itwr UironRh tho I'osl- Kne the paper by tho carrier, AO cent. ii. iMr will lm CLritlr.f I who.n navinnrifc FlflTlwiw ;, is dt lived bryond 1,11 "ontlls- VWper discontinued until alt arrearages aro palil, except at tlio option of tho I'lihliahcr. HT!!S OP AUVKUTISINa I 1 . ' w v-a 11kit aillK n nf 1) ! linen or lew, 01 m iji' " -" ; i,M (or rach mtl"cour nt liwcrllon, M.icrnm. U advertlwmentB, or tljoy will bo continued i ,ntil oruVTnl out. Transient advertisement to i Kr'1'" llnrtr,! at 121 rent ,,er j,eo,u 1 line. vih wtfii rfft lfKof-l' . .S.ir, of n column 2.1 00 I Onr-h.il of a column SS : Thne-mwter 01 a comum " Ke colnmn . , w, l v - . ..1.tfflfmint. ifHM illati onrwiuarff.r l tor u.i....w.... , 1 i I of i-olumn, 00 per maiaro will bo charged. For tho Vermont Tiusscnirr. BONNIVA...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 July 1864

66 1 j T y THE TKANSeRPPT. ST. ALBANS. Je-rlUiiy, Only s, 1NM. ., ., NATIO.VAI. U.MOX TICICKT. u ' For J'resident, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, . , or Illinois. i-txl For Vice President, K-filNpItliW JOHNSON, -'TrcBhlciitlal Mention, Novomlicr fitli, 1S0I. TJMO.V STATU TICKKT. For Governor, i .-t JOHN GREGORY SMITH, Or ST. ALBANS. For Lieid. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, ' ' Or WATEIUJUnY. For Treasurer, JOHN B. PAGE, , f ' or hutlaxd. l'Oll COXCJHESN. Firfl DislrH FRKumtiOK E. "Wood 'nuiDor., of Ycrgenncs. .Second District Justin S. MoituiLi., of , Strafford. Third District Poutus Baxtkii of Der- rf.bysLiue.. -.( Htalo-Uluclion, Septouilisr Cth, 1801. COUNTY co.vvK.vrio.v. A Convention (if lint I'rri'iiiPli of Friuiklii: County, without dintitiction of iartv,viU bo hulrt at Sheldon on tho Wrst side f die Creek, on Friday tho 8th day of July, 18(51, at half past 10 o'clock, A. !., to lmminato candidates for Count r oHlcera. to ho HiiDnorted at the chhuIiik election. All w lio aro in favor of Bilst...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 July 1864

THE V0SRMO2STT. TRANSCRIPT. 69 ray & " - I it; t.i cLmio it m ai! it.. in ii. . . . . n.i.i ..i . i .i ....... . . . .. i XTC3MI? 1 -. J-T. JlHIUJi J.'. -'- "i-i uum 1110 rCCOlll Cliatlt'O 111 tllO '"Ki"'- A ronsuicrnoio nmmi.-e nns insrn l i-.wi, to iii.aii -jnni B TRAIN buitii 1-. llftH gono t0 iho Frollt whoro hiH ! rnilroiul ti,lie,tal;1Pi wo w;ro' f,roa$ , 7, - .... ' . iirofessionaf experience MmmfflMftUh a 0 o'clock oveni,,,, thnnmh mail J,." & JlU (flCc! Con!" Colfto,n ST(. f JZlLA X 0 0 Kvill bo of groat "mil .i cT o To r f 1 1 ? f i-m 1 5 1 1 m i ' JLlrtV csVi rt.1 lc--ftts i-tel m rtxl t. JmT ?w A ?e iV a f.l -Wir-T . A77r T , , T,,E "."..-.. .iniv h. iHOJi our sick nnd wounded' soldiers, and others who roecivpil lntlars t.. mi. 1 L u 'fur ffr umrmt. U -in.. 1 su'rrinl KAST INDIA COFFEE CO.. , I'H r f , . . I . - . . r it. i .i i BU'fiV loir pnrronniwl.n It,, it.,. ... ' . "ua!i.YWV Mi. m .sAT X' P ' ur.mc Mrret (tlirro Motors I mm UreMl- , ,,sr ....,u1. fmnid . i...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 July 1864

Only1 8. 68 TUP: VtattMONT TBANSCBIPT. farmer? flciutvtmcnt. TiiE-Bretr MAsrnja. Gotiornlly tho best, manure is tho ono which contniiiK nil iho nutrivo mrtttors required by Vlnnts. Such a fertilizer is bnrn-ynrd tannuro. Darn-yard immure, m tho product of caltlo which him) consumed tho orops of the farm, really restores lo tho soil thoso ingredients which hnv been taken away by cropping. Hence it is that tho crops usually con sumed by caltlo, such as corn, isinall grain and hay, aro usually bettor cul tivated by farm-yard maliuro than anything else. To a whole farm whose whole product for saio is imtxcr, more is no exhaustion from loss of ingrcdi chtrtj Inasmuch as whatovcv is taken from tho soil by cropping is returned in thu form of manure. Whore cheese is exported, the only loss can bo phos phate of lime, and this in small quan tity. So that so far as the nutrition of succeeding crops is concerned, tho feeding of previous crops has furnished the means. Tho best manures, secondly,...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 July 1864

I 1 1 f I THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. 1 nil Vol. I. ST. A.TjTBA.jlSTB, YT., -lULY 15, 1864-. 3ST.O. IS. THE TRANSOEIPT. rUULIHHED EVERY FMDAY xmtr A ""ITTTIT .TP.T? TB11SIS OP SUIISCllIPTION I To those receiving tho paper through tlio Tosl- 0ft,'Ir.:7tlmerMr.riuiS Cents year will ho added when payment u delayed beyond bIi months. v timer discontinued until all arrearages aro rid! CKC1.1 at tho option of tho Publisher. Il.VTKS OF AIVKIITISIXCJ T. .w.ievt Adtkoti-ibmenth. Per square or 12 nines or less, of this type, for first insertion Jfl ntil for each subsequent Insertion, SttnU. Th number of insertions must bo marked on .U adrcrtiscmcnts, or llioy will bo continued nr.Vred out. Transient advertisements to lis paiilior "-"-" riore rates to thoso advertising by tho year. LioiL Notices wm uomer.-u ui kjuuuib iki l line. BUBIEDLOVES. lir 1 BOM11EH, JR. 'lis the night before my wedding, And Memory's beams aro ahodding Light o'er my boyhood's treading, Treadings on that sunny shore 1 And th...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 July 1864

TO -1 14 V Kr i THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. Xrltlriy, .Tills" t.T. 18(M. NATIO.V.U. t'XIOX tickkt. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OP TENKESSEE. rrcsldonlial Klcction, November 8th, 1801. UNION STATU TICKET. For Governor, JOHN GREGORY SMITH, Or ST. ALBANS. . For Lieut. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, ' ' OF WATF.MlUllY. For Treasurer, JOHN B. PAGE, Or HCTLASD. FOR COXGUKSS. tt District Frederick E. Wood bridge, of Yorgennes. Second District Justin S. Morrill, of Strafford. Third District Portus Baxter of Dol by Lino. 8tto Election, September fitli, 18C1. Fin Wo have taken pains to prcparo a full and roliablo accountof tho pro ceedings of tho lust Franklin County Convention which was held at Sheldon Creek, on Friday, July 8th, 18G1. It will bo found more complcto and cor rect than tho official report. Tho day, on which tho Convention was held, was remarkably pleasant and tho attendance from-all parts of tho County was unusually large. Tho 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. — 15 July 1864

..1 July Id. TI-IE EBM'OOT TEANSCKEPT. 7i-r - rm- a -vrtfrmTTDriv i i iji 'i'K a vi iii.i i i. XX I 'J , . - ST. ALBANS; - ' ,i..7.1.ii'. .Tilly 13, 1N(M. iiOST-OKI'ICH NOTICIC. L,9l.011irc open (Sundays excepted) from C ft. '' 9 I' .!!.'.'. Hniiilnr from 7 n. m. to 8 ft. m.; :!i1'fCt!n";?UKh,Mall closes nt C.30 "rk through Mail clones ftt C.30 p. m. S'rilinrn Mali closes fit C.30 a. m. Arrives at p! Kn'iern way Mail closes fit 5.00 a. m. Arrives r!.s!.5'n Mail doses at COO n. m. Arrives at ji.&Vw Mail closes atUOOrn. Arrives nt ....... .1 lomn Arrive, nt aVn, irL Jinn " . . ; 00 w- Monday. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and 8tur?".T"' n.. M.M rlnqfs ill fi.30 rt. m. Ar. ft '''1,n "''J - ?.?. ..'.' vr.ra. Tllpr for Malls mint ' .1.. . .1... t.1..rlfi.fl limn nf .iflafl,,r Win i.ru.i-v n N IIA1111KK, Post Master. ill1 V'utn. April , 11. 'ANTSD at this Ofllcc, an Intelligent .f .t.a.lv ltiiliifltrlnllR IiaIjUr. ah an ran .,."-- . t the printing business. tr.rftitu Tbo LauW Festival nt tho 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. — 15 July 1864

72 TlrlE VERMONT TRAJSTSOKIPT. Jul garmrrs' gcimrtmcnt. Watkihso Houses. Tlio quantity, n.8 well as tlio quality, of Ujo water given a horso will greatly affect his condition. Perhaps no animal is moro distressed by thirst than tlio homo, a fact not generally known, nor fully appreciated. Horses should bo watered regularly, when not at work, as well as when at work, provided, in tho latter caso, that caro is taken not to lot him have it when overheated by work. Irregularity in tho supply of water is often followed by r remsai to partrtKO oi sonu ioou, anu moro frequently by colic and founder, in cohscquenco of his drinking inordi-1 natcly when an opportunity offers. For horses, when they are not at work, it is perfectly safo to keep a supply of Euro water always within their reach ; ut as before remarked, thcro is some danger in this plan when they aro workod or driven, and aro likely to be come overheated. Thoro is a very certain way of deter mining when a horso has been noglect cd...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 22 July 1864

THE VERMONT CRIPT. ' W ? f I Vol. I. yHWTBANSOBIPT. 1-UIlLISllEl) n'KUV I11WAY By IIKNIIY A. OUTLEK. THUMH r St-'IISCIMPTION I tu ihnsn roceivitiff tlio piipor through tlio l'ost ni, si.TS por annum. To Mllago Hiibscnbors rrrnvins tlio paper by tlio enrrior, oo t vnu In dditin will bo cliargml. Fifty CVnta a year will bo added when payment iMb'layed beyond ix nimitlii". Nn miirr discontinued until nil arrearapoa nro f id, ex'-rpt at tlio option of thu fublinlicr. II TISS ll" AIIVI311TISIXO I TiussiENT Advkiitirkmb.vts l'or mpiaro of 12 Iim nr b". "f tliis typo, for llret Insertion 7 tinl; f"r cadi unbuMitirnl insertion, '4.1 ri'iita. Tin' manlier of Insertions iniint bo marked on 11 advrrtwenients, or tliuy -Hill bo continued i,,'t,l nnlirrd out. Transient advtirtisemolita to 1. pai lf'T in ftihanco. ey A Iilx-ral discount -w 111 bo madd on tlio above rates to those advertising by the year. I.mal Notices will bo inserted nt 12 cents per line 'or Hie Tran tcript. LINES, In memory of ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 22 July 1864

74, T1-I.1G "S7-:ii51l.M02T TliASCKU.T July THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. tTrlrtny, .luly 2U. ISO. I. NATIONAL L'.MO.V TICKIST. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or ili.ixoih. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, Or TKN'SESSEE. Presidential Klection, Novomber 8th, 1801. first, unprecedented ns Hint was in this war. llio length or this campaign and the , the marauder was in a mniincr forced, bitter desperation with whlnhitin mil- I nnd in which he proved in the clearest tostod have no doubt disappointed manner hia inability nftrr all to moot many sanguiiio hopes, and it may bo ) thodotcrminort antagonist. on anything that Us resumption mav fall harslilv Hko fair terms ." it was also roinarkublo in its? closo, sinco it finished by a combat to which took tho train on Thursday moriiltiit. bnrehi Corp. Vaao UiTordf Fitirfaxii TllC NcW Ulll'OllniCIlt LilW AVhou wo were near Sandusky station, Corp. Hiram J. Spoor, Albufgh; Corp. q.ho eW 5miim,.nt law embodies upon tho oar of somo who aro weary ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 22 July 1864

i tiiy TFLK " TIRMONT TI A.2STSOKLPT. 75' (W(V m 0 T1UNSCIUPT. ST. ALBANS. ...... u . I Uft.l. P , ,p, n (Humloyn cscspted) from 0 a. '' 1 ' H.miUv frun 7 n. m. t 8 a. in.; i I?.-. " 'A 7.1 .Mill closes at C.30 1,, ICI"I1 III. ".' - ... R Ml II III. v,rn. ii. u. - . . ft i Tit tl.r 'tiKii ' "rii ; Mail clown at C.30 a.m. Arrivon nt ft)!", n ' rI,,!,c,, ttt 5,00 '"' ArrIVP" "Mail closes nt B' m Arr,VM nt 1 Mail rl"so at 12.00 m. Arrived at h at 12.00 m. Arrives at (. ..(layn, Tuesdays, Thursdaya, and . l..iv Mail rlnsM nt C.30 p. in. Ar- " ', v.Tur Letter for Mails must I , i ,t the advertised hour of Closing, hi s llAHHKU, Post Master. . V,,rl 8. IBM. G-tf. ?fl . .1.;.. l-lftl.... .... itili.HI(.A.ll iANTEU ' " vim . , .... Vg r f .,, ,ij, industrious habits, n an til pillllJJj flS, (, ,tnal fivon by tho ladies of , . , n Wednesday and Thurs , , rs ut, in joint aid of tho ... , i u : i . it. I liristian mm oiunmry attracted to Academy und gratified attendance. n hall wan tastefully ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 22 July 1864

re armcW gcinulmntt. ThLK VERMONT TEANSC11IPT. Farm Work for July. July receives its nnmo from Julius Crcsnr. It is the warmest month of Ih'o senson, ami if it receives its nnme from the peculiar vrnrmlh of the lio miin Emperor, then must he havo been warm indeed. Tho eflect of no month is more grateful to tho farmer, how ever. If it bo hot, its vory hont is forcing-and ripening his crops. Hot weather of July, not only "makes tho com grow," but it hastens tho growth of alL vegotation. mixiNci corn. Some farmers oppose making any hill about corn; now wo are so "old fashioned" as to bo in favor of "hilling" corn. "Wo would not pile up a hill nround tho corn, as big ns a bushel basket, bui we would mako a respect able hill, of fresh earth, tho peculiar nutriment of tho young and tender shoots. Wo havo tried both methods and "hold fast" the "old fashion" of "hilling corni" In a corn field "un hillcd," drought is more sorcro tho ground becomes baked and imporvious to water, bo that when ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 29 July 1864

THE TRANSCRIPT- Hi i .1 '.IT Ml IT Tf run IMDriDTDrn I I LJ J -- 1 PfDLtaltEU EVUllY F1UDAY tkhms or si iisi'KH'i i" i i..l... 11.., ,.-.', nirnlil.li Om Una!. ,1, lV" II Ut VIUHl ni"i"i.' . . i ...,n .11 .... ittTiS OK AllVTCItTISlXUl 5 i 1. 1", "f this type, iur nrnv inm-runn p finUt f 'i ' ' "UlifU'queni insertion, - rviim. I ,71 1 ' ' - - ..... um ral (lisrmuit mil bo mnilo on tho . . . -.1....11..I..,. 1. ........ NnTiiTf" win beiiieortou at coma per JUST ELEVEN. ,1 rnlTUTE MILES O'jliLKtt f. r sc -to-day 1 r - cl 'tir hands to lloavtilt, nn m- '"II if tniutrr, inr j-i' -urn thirt-w-rm ; Xh x tvtr juit a thousand bayonets, V ! tin nwnrd wore tliirtv-sfvrn, i, t'"k tin' oath of sorvfe, v . ur right hands rataed to Heaven. Oli tira" a pallant day, In i. ni irv slill adored, Xti t dm .if'nun-briKlit nuptial V i i'i. numki t and the sword! Shi ranfi tin- hf the bugles Wared, V "., !! at li a rlomUerw lieavon T V ' ilmwatMl uayont'ti", AuU tin sworuu were tlurty-uavcn. (if ,V h"iian...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 29 July 1864

78 Y jr," JL'L-LJii :-V Jlj.L'TuiVlA 7 IN' A . 1 ari..lN 1 L 11', t ir t I .1 J tti " r"" -a t v -T-f-i-i r I I t 4 A -xrr 1 x t - i-rn July 20. THE TRANSCRIPT. RTiPT RncnomNo ik Hk&x. SrATij8-a3uT i ' Washburn's ST. ALBANS. J?vlrty, .Tuly SO, 1H(M. in clenr tonus tho system adopted for rccruit- "-""XATIOVAti ItMO.V TICKHT. - For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, yr Illinois. ing m rebel States undoY tho Into net I hm y. VI. Iiur become' a place of t?umt of Congress. Under tho provisions of mer resort for ninny people fiom tho tho order tho Stnto is divided info cities. Tho delight of the climate, Uio twolvd districts, for each of -which an c,,.nrmR of .t1'0 hrcn,,17' nI"J 11,0 ni0(h- '" For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TKXNtSSCE. Trcsidontittl Election, November 8th, 1801. UMO.V STATU TICKIiT. For Governor, 'JOHN GREGORY SMITH, Or ST. AL1UNS. For Lieut. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, of WATEiinunr. 3 ' For Treasurer, JOHN B. PAGE, Or nUTLAND. FOIl CO.N GUESS. First District FnnnEui...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 29 July 1864

rV lK Y tiiVS I OZJT , rLl.lKSC: HI J?T. TO Lii 1 :he teansoeipt. ST. ALBANS. fUii.inv. fiTrnnti'il from G a. . I'OSI"""-" fhm . V on Sunday 7 "' t0 8 n- ,n-! ... i one j i iijuiv" i ' Pr. "it,, lhmlon tnmugn .uau i. . 1,'rtvM t 7M 1. '" , r Arrives at 14' P. .m: -t.it .Ii.miih nl 5.00 a.m. Arrives frastrrn Mall closes at COO a. m. Arrives at 'itatShcM Mail clones nt 12.00 lit. Arrives at ,0l,R; Mail closes at 12.00 m. Arrives at ,! I'm., Mondays, Tuesdays, Xl.urs.1a.vs, an.l """iih.ns Hay Mail closes at COO p. m. Ar- v. , at 7.00 V-in- t -, f,.T Atnll. mn . Pt' . .lvm-lUeil hnnr nf rlnsinr?. ,rr.mrJ '. " , I.;,, iw-i M.-lor." S. vlbans. April' 8. 18M. . S-tf. r atjTBD at 11. is Olhce, an intelligent unc Man. of steady, industrious habits, as an . i.. ll,.. nrlntlnc business. Mwir General William F. Smith, Iftfrash'irt visit lo his relatives in tr . t i -v- -x- i. rt:i.. St. Albans, rciurncu io xum v,ii.j July 2sth. W e lmvo barely srmco to call nt- fontion to the advertisement anno...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 29 July 1864

SO' J-Aly flu. TI-TIS VERMONT THAJSTSORIPT. rrr farmers' gcimrtmcnt. old physician says ho has known Hum' to euro in scores of enson. and it nover When to Cut AVitK.vT.--A oluh of ton ! fllils if applied in season funnels in Chester county, Pennsylva nia, nindo experiments in cutting Wheat, ilioir conclusion was nun mo i best, time to cut wheat was "when tho plain can bo pressed between tho thumb and finger, and leave nothing but the husk and a thick pulp, without any fluid around its edges." Tho rea son nnd tho rule aro thus stated by a Gettysburg farmer in the Gcrmantown Tclcgt aph: Wheat is composed of gluten, starch nnd bran. Gluten is tho nourishing quality of the grain, makes the Hour stick together in tho hands of tho ba ker, nnd gives weight to tho grain and there is tho grcalcd qnnntity of gluton in grain just when tho straw is yellow two or thrco joints from tho ground, tho head turns downward, and you can wqueezc n grain between your fingers without getting any mine irom ...

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