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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 26 July 1867

Tl-Llil V JiJKMO JS T 4. duty 0. Varieties. A down cast clorgymnn snys tlio vkttnk is n tJomestio nml may bo easily trained. He will doubtless onjoy a monopoly of tlio trnining business. Miss Swisshohn says tlioro is a littlo "sculptress" at Washington who "is as lavish in tho display of hor own bust as that of her Congress-mon patrons." Scmmcs, tho Confcdcrnto, is jealous. Ho complains that tho country sympa thises with tho Cretans, adding: "but Iho d 1 of it is, avo tako oaro of and ndmiro everybody's rebels but our own." Tho Irish Chief Secretary, boing tho owner of a lino ostrich, which some days ago was safely dolivored of nu egg, received the following telegram from his steward: "My Lord, aH your lordship is out of the country, I havo procured tho biggest gooso i could find to sit on tho ostrich's egg." Ono of Lamb's best things was his reply to a French infidel, who pre sumed in his presenco to sot up tho character of Voltaire in opposition to that of Christ. "Yos," stammored...

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 August 1867

v THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT L nn Wf-j nn tin Vol. 4t. TIllTluNSOlinT." FUUMSItUU EVKllY I'MIUY. DAVIS, Mtlllor prlt tot'. uml I'rn- T II It MS OP SUIISCHIPTIO." it, i nincc rccrivitiK the paiier through tho Tost nl&f 9'J.OO per annum. To Village subscribers ' i ivniff the paper by tho carrier, "0 cut in Mlilition will bo charged. riftv Cents .1 year Mill bo nddud when payment t tli Uyed boyontl nix months. v,) twiner discontinued until nil arrearages aro xcept nt tho option of tho Publisher. ItVTKS OV AUVHllTISIXU I Tn issltST AnvnnTIsttMnjtTS rer squaro of 12 ,,', r less, of this type, for first Insertion Si, t, i . a. Ii eubscqucnt insertion, a.1 emu. TO' number of insertion's must be marked on ,i rliscmentH, or they will bo continued n ' .r Weil out. Transient advertisements to ., i f.tr in atlvnnre. tj- liberal discount will be made on tho ,l( v , at. s to tho' advertising by tho year, f it NoTii'iis will boinsovtod nt 15 cents per St. Albans Business Directory. D HOOKS it KV 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. — 2 August 1867

o 2. THE TBANSCRIPT. FritliiJS August ii, 1807. ficii. (irant and flic Presidency. Tlio "Union Coiumitlco" of Now York havo formally nominated General Grant for (ho 1'rcMdciioy. This "Un ion Committee," (ho Springfield lie publican nays, ia not tho Republican Gonenil Coinmittco of tho city ordered ond formed under tho hist Union Re publican State Convention, but an old Conservative Coinmittco which got up tho Saratoga Convention nnd aided tho Philadelphia Johnson Convention. Tho fact that General Grant ia urged by such men, and also that ho is sup ported for tho Presidency by tho Now York Herald in its usual blatant way, is mado (o servo its nn opportunity by somo of tho partisan papers to depro ca(d tho nomination of Gen. Grnut to this high oflicc, aa (hough ho wns to blame for if. Nothing could bo moro unjust. Gen. Grant has never sought or tolerntcd tho support of tho Herald, (ho "soup coinmittco" of Now Yoik, ns tho Tribune terms it, or of nny other cliquo or faction. There is e...

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 August 1867

t Tl 1 hj VERMONT TUANSOIU PT. 1(B TRANSOIUPT ,vi(IllJ , August 2, Our friends lu the several townB lj,inmg counties M1 oonfar a ' iulm us alt ltt drloeiil news under lli"lr objervallon. Con ,""d,1 in n caws, give their names, ' "lv fr mtblicallon, but as ft gunrftti " . ' ,'u No matter about the form of ,,,',,. givcns llm "subject mat put il illt0 8hne"!- rn ,.M-.BrisBB.- -Tin. Tn.Nncitiif , ,1,-alntion in Ht. Albans of ' , m the State. Its circulation ', ',-iiik throughout Vrniiltllii and I until.'. ruling C1IITTDSDUS COUXTY. i'lio adjoining barns of Dr. JI. Oolo and Gnpt. Wra. Andorson, nt Burling tou, woro burnod by nn incondinry on Saturday ovoning. Tho ontiro loss wb about $1200, on wbich thoro wns ft light hiBimuice. Messrs. Jod. p. Clark it Co., of Bur lington, havo just imported from Ant worp, Hollnud, 2000 boxes of German window glass. Each of tho firo oompanios in Bur lington, and tho Hook & Ladder Co., has received a chock of $50 from Shedd & Wall:or, in acknowle...

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 August 1867

VERMONT T U A. iST SCRIPT. 4:. A .Man Wolf. How Dr. Uullor, tlio well known Methodist missionary, who cstnblisli oil tho mission of that church in India, in 1850, recently returned to this country. lie makes tho following (statement of n rcmarkablo case: In 185!) ft British soldior, whilo bearing a dispatch from one mngio trato to nnothcr in tho kingdom of Oude, passed an unfrequented ruvino, whero lie saw n pack of wolves, and with them n human being, ovidontly one of their company. Immediately turning back, ho reported tho circum btanco to tho magistrato for whom ho was travelling. Tho latter forthwith mustered a numbor of coolioa ruid went to tho place. Tho pack of wolves tied a short distanco and sought ref uge inn soit of cavo and don. Be ginning to dig, tho party soon discov ered tho feet of tho wild man, and drawing him forth, succeeded in bind ing hi in and carrying him to town. Dr. Butlor has seen him often sinco, and says ho is evidently a man, and at tho timo of his captu...

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 August 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT ST MT -vraa Vol. 4t. ST. AXB-AJSTS, YT., !FBlI)AY, ATJGrTJST 9, 1867. -.- -r- ,r,tt: HIE TBANS01UPT. rOULISIIEB KVfittV miDAY. u-llllUll ! MAVIS, Killtor mill t'ro " irlrtnr THIUIS OF SOIISCIUPTIOM I Tu tl.'W rccclviiiK the paper tliroiiRh tlio Isl iMm J.oii our annum. To Village HUlwcrll in s ' (inB tho l"Mf 1y.t'o carrier, 00 rent In Sitioii will lJ charged. Tiftr Cents a joar will bo added when payment iWred beyond tx months. Vntvii'cr di.iemitlimcd tmill nil arrearages are ril, mw'P1 nt 1,10 "l)liun of 1,1U 1,uWI,,,vr' K.lTlSS OK AllA'BltTISINU I TmvsicxT ADVBiiTiHiaiBNTB, rcr hipiaro of 12 ...... nr 1chi. of this typo, for Urnt inwrtion t, i r.arli nulwequent iliMurtlon, : vrnu. I'M "..,.. I. !,.(. 1il. l.rt innrW IV number of Ittei-rtlonb Jintnt bfl marked oil Transient ndvertlnunicnls tu te,t,l onlrml DM tj" V literal discount will be made on the rates to those advertising by tlm year. linvt Notices will bo inserted at 15 cents per U ' St. Albans Busine...

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 August 1867

2. TI-IJO VERMONT TK-AjSrsaRI PT. A THE TRANSCRIPT. Frlrlnjs AiiRiist 9, 1807. The Tennessee Election. Tho election in TcnncBSco, contrary t6 general expectation, passed off in fho quietest possible mnuner. Tho ro suit is n decided Union victory. Gov ernor Brownlow's majority will not bo far from twenty thousand. Trimble, .Stokes, Arncll, Maynard, Hawkins, Mullins, Munn and Butler, all llepub Jicans, aro elected to Congress by handsomo majorities. Both branches of tho Legislature will bo strong Union, which makes tho election of Horaco Mnynard to tho United States Sonato a foregono conclusion. Wo givo tho voto of some of tho principal towns for Governor: Nashville Brownlow 31G3, Ethoridgo 701. Murfrecsboro gives Brownlow a majority of G19. Columbia gives Brownlow 1449 votes, and Ethoridgo 148. Tullahoma gives Brownlow ten majority. Humboldt, in Carroll county, Ethoridgo 61 and Brownlow 24. Brownlowvillo, in Hay wood county, gives Brownlow 7G4 and Ethoridgo 133. Gallatin gives Brown ...

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 August 1867

Aligns fc 9. TlHSTJUNSOttlPT, N. w Oiir friends In tho Hevcral towns 1 ""Jl mlimmns onutios will confer ft ' ' ',lt by wmUnii us all Urnm ot looal now y ,m. umU-r thoir obaorvatlon. Con- 1 W .h.uild, in all caROf , givo their names. " ! ..arilv for publication, bnt as a guaran " ' l futh N' matter about tho form of ' "W,'ba.na-8l" tlie "w,l,J0Ct mt" .nawwiUpntlHnto shape. , TANT TO At.VMlTlaEU1.-ThO TlUNSC.lllT IS,Tblc tho circulation in St. AlbMM or MS ' t r rr ntc.llntl.0 State. It circulation t;,,Sin"ca,lnff throughout Franklin and Tho ruling price for butter on Toesilay. was 25 cents. But a small ttlUf..ly wns brought to town, nnd j,i not of tlic boat quality. The briilgo on tho Central roiul, ,,mt two miles nbovo Dothol, wns Munt on Monday night Tho trains ,n conscquenco somewhat delayed. - -The Kov. J. 13. Pitman has tal:on ,e pastoral charge of tho Episcopal ,arh at Hiyhgato Falls. Sarah E. Northrop will open a vied School at Sholdon, on tho East tlJ, of the Crook, on tho 2d ...

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 August 1867

4. rilJO V-KUMOiSFT The Mllosopliy or Labor. Thcro nro lnnny ciictiiiitiliuicca in in lifo which compel men to follow occupations for which Ihoy lmvo no nntnrnl nptmulc or inicin, uui not tho lean truo Unit success depends I very inntotinlly upon the choico of that pnrticulnr'business, trndo or pro fession most congoninl lo tnsto nncl ability. As thcro iuo no two men nliko in their mental endowments, it must follow that otioh intlivhUml is bettor titled to soruo ono occupntion thnn lo nny other. Somo thcro are, indeed, who for want of nntivo on orgy or tnct will nover oblnin u marked hiiccess in iinything thoy nndortnkoj othors nro gifted with a versatility of tnlcnt Hint onnblcH them to nccom plish mnny different things cqnnlly ns well; but' theso nro tho exceptions; nnd tho grcnt majority of mankind will do bettor in tho long run by stick ing to soiiio occupation. Tho choico of this should devolve cm tho individu al, nnd should never bo arbitrarily fixed for him, oven by his own 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. — 16 August 1867

K 1 THE VERMONT TRANS( "1 J R IPT JT 3T )1. -4- st. ajasts, vt. -, HK TKANSORIPT. iu,wiii:i) :vr.UT nun.vv. it i' ii WIS. Killlor u ml tr prlrlor. rKitM" !' smiscuipnox , ' ,-, ,. ii mi? the lialMT tlirollKli tlid 1'Oat- 1 ' VtMUr annum. , To Villiigo HuljeorlbflM " the i.ap r by the c.mUif, nu tuiu hi ',,!! be chawd. , ,.i, a war will bo mluYil whuii payment ! '.' "I" uiniilliH. ' aixiimtliinoa until nil nri;pir;if!iw are 1 jit at the .'l'ti'm "f tUo l'uHisber. , What aro Woman's Rights. f lip rlglit to li wbni others sleep; Tlie right to wntrli, the rtglit tli weep; i jiu rljjlit to comfort hi tlldrnn; J ! HkIiI to miotlic, tlio right to IiIobh; The rlKht thr wiuW licnr? to ohocr; Tim rljlit to dry tln urnlmirH tonr; The rhjtlit to feed mid clotlit' tlio poor, Tho right. In tench Ilium to omlmo; Tho rlKbt. when other friends liavo flown And left tlii! millcrcr nil alone, 'J'o knwl that ilyiin; couch benlt1o And tnuchly point to Htm who tUnlj Tho rifjl't linppy bourn to vrnlio In n...

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 August 1867

T1LI0 VUUMONT TU A TsTSCI M PT. 3. Alin'Us(- A 1(5. THE TRANSOKJPT. Friday, A mriisI 1807. Kcmovnl or Secretary Stanton. President Johnson 1ms put into oxo cution his promised threat, und re moved Secretary Stanton, appointing , to Southerners of capital wlio desire to (Jen. Ornut as Acting Secretary. The . locnto in tlio Dominion Canada Items. Mr. Mnson, of Trent notoriety, ar rived in London, C. W., Inst week. Ho is engaged visiting 8omo of the prinoi pnl towns und cities in Canada, with u view of ascertaining llfvir respective capabilities for manufacturing and Commencement at IIiirUiiKtou. I ' 'I I.K, AI.t'MM 1.1 rXK'N. The nlumni lenniun nt the Lake IIdiim, on Wcdiicsd.iv , w.is ii veiy .pleasant affair. Hon. Robert S. Hale, of Klizuhclhtown, N. 1., was Master of Ceremonies. .Short ami telling speccli Close of the Run-all Trial. DISVOKKt-MEST or 1 HI. .t I HV IIRVMS.I. 01 Mil. DtUlJl I I HoM I 111: HA U. hours, and stood, every time they bal- olher purposes, and reporting the s...

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 August 1867

TI-LIfl 'VJHKMOJSTT TJ OVISTS CHI l?T. 3 AUQfUSt 10. TUB T1USS011IPT, I'ri.lny, AukhM 10, 18(17. Local Xetrn. , - nil 1 f i v, . Our friend In tlio FCoMl towns ' ' ii hi f.. . ,11 Ii...... l1r.1 -- 1 MctltUllg ' an i.oiua i won. iu n ...... i.n.l.T their olMorvatlou. Con- li.ml.l. in nil 0', give their names, ' , ,-urily f"r publication, but an giiaran ,'! fait'ii. No matter about tlio orm of ' ' 'utiiliti-nn glvoiis tlio "subject mut ant iiliillt i,lt" b1"M,u- HT,vr T AnvimTlsmtfi.- Tin- TinsRcniiT i ,, tin- circulation In HI. Albans of ,vr punted i" "1" tate. Uh eireillation ' 'iv irr.'.i-inK throughout Franklin titnl 1 , ( ninth h. price for butter on cents. A considorn- antity was feliil'l10 roln l. Al- Tho I iv was L rnliiiR or. ''J I ii iiiiiiii- it Ix-gUm," mav lie applied to IIib Innnuu rnhlc diteftsw to wlllcll (lie sMll is sub ject. It would bo well fdr thnm who art? nflllei ednlth apparently Incurable ulcers, old sores, erysipelas anil eruptions, to nio draco's Cole brato...

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 August 1867

ft 4. A H. MUNYAN! milANKFUL lr J1- favors, would say in his I - frictitU thftUIiti ititl i-ntititiuos tliu business at the M Htiml( established more tlinn FORTY YEARS AGO, And Ihiit'lic In now prennrciFtii -exhibit tliu larg est' slock of WATCHF.8. CLOCKS, C. II. AV1IEE LE R" ,,,vn,,,nl,,p MMn for l,,c rillO VERMONT TlUVbOLiLPT. fecial Sotin. i A H I) W A HE ! ! A.ugusl to. SravcUfvjj' &Mt. jhwklhy I?ASCV OOODSj. liver diVcicd in this market. Alsoa largo stock of PLATED GO OPS' I Having becm nivitMl- agent for tho Halo of Win. Hugi-." Non'ie PLATEH SPOONS AND FORKS, For the State of Vermont. AImi agent for the best Manufactories in the eoiintry, In prepared to till orders to families and to tliu trade in any quantity. A very large Mock of goods ofeveiy slvle and variety usually kept in tlitti lino, now oii hand and will lie wild at priced to suit custom mh. Please call before purchasing elsewhere. SC. Albans, l'eliruarv :28th, 1B07. 151-tf IS ready to supply the t n new and spl...

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. — 23 August 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT ;IT 311T tiNl Vol. 4,. ST. AL VT., FBIBAY, .AUGUST 23, 1S67. ito. V TKANSGRIPT. I Thoro,sWoik Enough To Do- rfnMsur.0 i:vkuy rimuY. it ti it I'ro- DAVIH, tiitllnr pi Iclor. Ti:MS OK HIIltsrUIPTIOJI I T til..- reeeivinR tlio paper throuijh tho 1 mt ",' .j.oti per annum. To lllao subscribers . Vuntf the. paper by tlm carrier, ou eei.L in ,',Mil"ivi11 be charged, r.fiv i . nts a year will bo added when paymsut Mil 131A ll"'win. ill 1.1V s JJ) 1U .. r ilwHiiititmoil until nil an'onragos are l ' J , j,t t the option (if llio l'ublinliBr. IIYTBS OK ADVnilTISIMJt ,mknt ViivKHTiKKsinsTH I'nr square or 12 r ' v if thii tvjio, fnr llrst Insertion 91, i .jiinit ittHortlon. renin. , nl , i .if insertions must lie marked on nn-monts, or they will b continued I, r. 1 '"it- Transient adveltUcrnents to 't ' ,l.,,tt,,r!'' V liberal uiHroinii. win oo maut: mi wio -ta tli.wo advertising liy tlw year, i .ti- t.f will be inserted at 15 conU por ii- SI. Albans business Directory. n...

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. — 23 August 1867

TIIK VKIIMOXT TH A'N"S(UII 1T. 0 0' - - - - "f-: THE TRANSOiyPTi r- - - r-rjrr Kriiliiy, August , 157. TIic Sheldon Spring. Tho St. Albails Messenger1 a brilliant npologj for tho grcody conduct of Mr. 0. llainbridgo Smith, or ns tho Now York Evening Gazelle calls him, C. liothcsila Smith, Esq., is now ro printed, and wo propose to uso the Messenger's pretended justification ns n text for a few brief common ts. "Wo understand that Mr. Smith is from Now York city, and was two years ago nillictod with somo disoaso of tho tongue. Upon tho advico of somo one he was porsuaded to try tho waters of a spring in Sheldon, which was located on Mr. Loinuol Adams' farm, llo was benefitted by tho use of tho waters, and appliod to Mr. Ad am's for tho purchaso of tho spring stating that such a valttablo spring ought to bo urailnblu to tho public, and ought not to bo usod for specu lating purposes by any ono that if lie owned it, ho would erect a building noar by tho spring, for invalids, that they m...

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. — 23 August 1867

A) TMni sri&kifiottti tka.istsohi i?t. ;1o ... run A ATdniHPT'1 Friday, Aiigtmt 2, lHt7. Oitr friends In Um sovoral towns News . ..n..i.,iinr countlos will confer iv nu am-- " . . - fv r b sdi'img " """" " " r ,'. under their obiervathm. Con- .lit r -t.mitd. in nil casna, gtvo tneir namus, warily fir publication, but as a gnaton- 1 ftxitlt Jin muter unnui wio in '"'"mbutcms give us the "subject mat-....ttt-ewillimtlt Into shape. i-o.xnvr.nTtsr.iti. Tho TiiASScmiT .I-1- - .. .. m ..r the circulation in ni. ahhuis ii 11.. ! 1.11.... i . . . .T , ci 1 1 1 1 1 SUfllfl. I LH Dll UlIlIlWUll ' , Ilmcr. asing throughout Franklin ami ,ih1 Me Counties. jl St. Albans Musical Associn ., aI,.lor llio ilirection of Mr. E. P. j ' . a, will give concerts ut Aciulo mr St. Albans, on Velnos(liiy ', Thursday ovoningR, August 28th it 1 iV :)tb, on wlueii occhhioii iuhjuj "llK. Cantata, "Tlio HrtytimkorB," . fiv n. To witness tlio inimita- Honntion of tlio "City Dandy," ; )r J. Slicorar, ib ,', f ad...

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. — 23 August 1867

THUS VJSUMOjSTT UtfAJkSTSUlUJL?T. 4. Wis I ; A. H- MUNYAIM! THANKFUL for past favors, would say to li In friends tht lie at ill continues the business at the old Stand, established moro than FORTY YEARS AGO, And that ho Is now prepared to exhibit the, Urg ent stock of WATCHES. CLOCKS, JKWKLItV, FANCY GOODS, AO., F.ver offered in this market. Also a largo slock of PLATED GOODS! Having been appointed agent for tho halo of Wm, Ilogrrs t Koii'n PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, For the Slate of Vermont. Ainu agent for tlic best Manufactories in tho country, is prepared to fill orders to families and to tho trado in any quantity. A very largo stock of good of every style and variety usually Kept in tins line, now on hand and will bo sold" at prices to unit custom ers, l'leaso call before purchasing elsewhere. Ht. Albans, February 28th, lbG7. 151-tf Gr O to tho New Htoro of Wm. N. Smith tc Co., for nice Mack Taut', o: alt kinds. o to tho New gtoro of Wm. N. Smith A. Co . for nico Hlai 1-rock C oat...

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. — 30 August 1867

THE ri TRANSCRIPT-''? V IV JL 1 X T Ji JL. Vol. 4r. I'lIH TRANSCRIPT. wr. albans, vrr., :f'to::dvVY, .aug-xtst ao, i867. wir.m it PI llT.lslIKl) I'.VKUt I'lUDAY. uml I'ro- DAVIS, lUUa nrlctor. THItMS Of MUllSrUU'TION I , ,., nin tin-paper through Uioljotl SMM i r annum. To Village HiiUdcriborH ,,, , paper by thu carrier, 30 iciu in ,,mvi11 I"1 Imrpo.l. i , ntt ft venr will lie added when payment iH'vmd ix inoiitlw. utiuuod until nil arrearages sire N I '!" ; the option of the l'uVUshur. tlVI IK ()P advhutisixo , m Ai'VKiiTiHKjlRNTS. -Per mpiare of 12 ,,f tin Iviw, for flint inm.rtion $1, I . ,1 .Ol. lit il'lMTtllMt, renin. , imi,. i i if nmertioim must be marked ctn tin in. ntH, iir Uicy will bo continued I, r, ,1 cult. Trawrlent advertisements tn i 1 . ,u ihnniT. IiIhuI ilme.mnt wiu ie mane on uie , I., thim advertiiting by the year. ,.hi f-i will lo insetted nt 15 cunt wv St. Albans Business Directory. , " j ,..i,iilliS iv JIVAltT'S (Hiiccehor to A. It. I) ' . ... I.'..-. Jli,.l l...

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. — 30 August 1867

2, THE TKANSOKIP'f. Frlilny, August 1807. Union Slate Nominations. Jr Governor, Jonx 15. P.ujk. of Rutland. For Lieut. Governor, TEPHKV TlIOMAS, of West FllirlcO. For Treumrer, John A. Jwik, of Montpclicr. Union County Nominations. i'or Senators, Joshua Cliipn, of Montgomery, Bradley Harlow, of St. Albans, IIcJiry'A. Hurt, of Swauton. For Asuietant Judge, Ocorgo Adams, of Eiio?btirgh, Walter C. Stevens, of Higligatc, For Judge of Probate, Myron W. I'ailey. of Montgomery. For State's Atlornru, Dana J?. Bailey, of St. Albans. For Sheriff, A. J. Soulr, of Fairfax. For High llailiff, Ephraim Corliss, of Richfoid. The Election next Tuesday. Onr annual election for Stnto and County Officers, and Town Represen tatives, as our readers are aware, takes placo on Tuesday of next week. Of Jtho general result there is not tlio shadow of a doubt. John 11. Pago will bo elected Governor, Stephen Thomas, Lieutenant Governor, and John A. Page, Treasurer. Jiut this is not enough for our HopubHc.ui fri...

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. — 30 August 1867

Vti't1 30. THJil VEEM O ISTT T R A-ISTS OEIPT. 3 MM) A ATCni? 1 DrP HYff Xows. V wh. Clur friends In Hie several towns 1 '' an.! mljoiiiinK oountlos will confor a r ,r by s-nding in 01 10,!al u muler t loir ousorvauoii. won- "' sliouM, in nil casos, givo their nanins, ' . ....1.1lnilt.ti litit nn n (Mmi-ntl. ' .,,,1 faith. No matter alxmt Uio form of ' " . ..:.. .... Mtti 'aiiltlmf null. ' .,!. will put it into shape. ,u1t ro AnvKUTiBUiw The TitANscnirr l uU, i. circulation in hi. Ainans oi , !i r pruit a in tlio Statu. Hh circulation t Vm. h .ising throughout Fronklin ami 1,.;, l ,, unties. Voles! Voles! , ,.ivN(iiHT Job Printing Ofllrc is pre ' . , furnish votes for State ami County , . juhIu'cs of tho Peace, ami Town ltopre , ,,n short notice. Send in your orderi. Send in Hie Returns. tli' Town CJcrkH or other in tlio sov , ,n tlii ami Grand Isle OountiM, take , ,uti!( to uenil thu result of the election to I (V u)t. In thH County much interest i ' , t li1 lection of Judge of Pro...

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