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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 30 August 1867

A A. H. IVIUNYAIMIiC. H. WILEELEK riMIANKFl'L fur iat favors, would say to his .1. friends Hint lie Mill continues the business rit tlici old Stand, established moru than FORTY YEARS AGO. And that ho is now prepared to exhibit the larg est slock of WATCHER, CLOCKS, JHWULHY. , , FANCY GOODS, AC, I'.ver offered til this market. Alton large Block of PLATED GOODS Hating been appointed agent for the salo of Wnii Itogrrs e Xim's PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, For the Mate of Vermont. Also agent for the best Manufactories in the country, is prepared to fill orders to families and to the trade tn any ipiantity. A very large stork of goods of every style, and varicty'usnaUY kept In this line, now on hand and will he sold at prides to Unit custom ers. Please call before purchasing elsewhere. Ht. Albans, February 28th, 18G7. l.lt-tf Gi o to tho New Stnro of Win. N. Smith A T for nico Itlack 1'ants, of all kinds. Co. polo the Now Store of Wm. X. Smith tc Cl . JC for nice Itlack Frock Coats. FULTON MA...

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. — 6 September 1867

. THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT 4t Vol. 4t. T1I15 TRANSCRIPT. ririiumiEi) eveuv fuiday. DAVIS, Killlnr unit lirlulor. Pro- TKItMS Of .SUIIMl'UIlTIO!V I To tlicnereeolvliig tho poller through (ho Post-nfii,.,-, S'l.iMI per niitium. To Village subscribers niiirmi? tlio paper by llio carrier, n cent in addtliott will bo charged. Hftv Cents a year will 1o added when payment il( Inyed beyond (tlx months. Sn paper discontinued until nil arrearages are pmil. ' v'pt d "l0 option ' tlio Publisher. II.ITI'.S OH" A 1) VKHTISI IV(J t XniMfiENT Advkiitisemknth. For square of 12 iUl - ..r Uss, of "'i '.vpe, for first Insertion 91, f , c ,. Il subsequent insertion, trills. Tii, number uf insertions must lj marked on (l s. rtisenu nta, or they will be continued ni.i.i. nlcreil out. Transient advortiaomontH to l. u1 for in advance. t j- A liberal discount will bo made on the ' i, i at. s to those advertising by the year. . ,,i NnTii iM will bo inserted at 15 cents per I I"" ' ! ST. ALBANS, VT., FBTDY, SEPT...

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. — 6 September 1867

MM 1 10 V lillMONT MM J A NSC 1 U PT. XM,liT.I!AiSGIirT. Tin KIpcIIoii. I? KIl'ClilMI ItCllll'IIS. TlicMflut H8 t litis far imiid indi into (In- l icclion if John H. I'asu niul llii- oilier goiith'iiu'ii on Hid Republi can Slrttu Unkot, hv about Iwiitv (ion. Grant hns withdrawn bis lolli r ,'(linsnml tnniorilv. In iniiiiv towns f Ki iiluy, iM'iif. (5, 1H(J7. Tlic lM'csiiliMil mill (icn. (Jrnnl. IN I i I T I protcstfug ngKiiist Sheridan's transfer, tlio ute is unusually largo, while in niul lm promulgated Iho order lelier- Olhoi, whore tlicro wcro lwal uv.cr.- ing Sheridan mid appointing Ilaiicoeli, , ti0H ,,1 stake, tho voto in fully up to just ii3 it wna writlon by tho ProBidont. I tlmt of previous venrs. In It turns out on n eloso examination of the Hcronsliurtion net, Hint Giant is not vested with so niueli power us hn been geneially supposed. Hero is a brief statement of the Reconstruction no far as the pmvor of tho Cloiiernl of army i concerned: Section 8 of thnt bill provides ...

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. — 6 September 1867

6.. TTTTU VIJVIONT TIIANSOHI PT. Hep1 Tui5 THAsfflum;,n.r piiiVi 'i' (5J 1S('7, confer a . .. .. -iinr friends i" tit- several (o r . ., i ;.,! i 1 1 1 cmniti'") will ',! l.v sailing tl ill ftm Otlartl news 1 "' ",,, nii.t t their observation. Con ' .ii'.uM. in all casvt, give llielf nam. ,., ' ',rilr f- publication, bill ft a gilnraii " J faith. S 1 matter about the orni of "'..'.tnl'ntifH give us the ".subject mat. ,', will pnt it into simp). nT to AiivKnTisMW. Tho Tn.tMHtrT tin- circulation in St. Albans of i iniiiti'd In the State. Its circulation : 'j,, nl, icihiuk throughout 1'rotiWiii ami 1,1, Counties. . -- ,.. Indies of SI. Luke's Church, llniis, will hold a ponclt festival ,, .radr-tny Hull t liiw (Thursday,) ill!,'' Mr (k-orgr H. Fnnnr has Fold nnd lot on North Main tl, Mr. A. 1'. Cool, for $S,000. Ftur, '21lh, 25th. cai.iiijo.via corNTY Caledonia County and 2Glhof SQptombor. J he Lwrttoman says: In our vloinity yraln hrtsbcGii inont ly Rnthot'od into burns. OatB nro well...

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. — 6 September 1867

4. A. H. TJLJ.K VJllMOiSTT MIIIUVAIUm TT WIT 'R TiM 171 T? 11 Vil I A i! fT l!l!lTIAWni . . ... lining wi iit'iuiiiu i un Special Xotice. f7 .J.WJO. " rnitANKFUL lor pant favors, would say lohls L frffiids that ho still continues "10 business n't tlio old .Stand, established more than FORTY YEARS AGO, Anil that J i Q is now prepared to exhibit tlio larg- -jjt ;' '"- '1ost slock of . WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWHLKY, FANCY GOODS, AO., Ever offered. In Uila market. Alsoa large stock of PLATED GOODS! Having been Appointed spent for tlio AViii. ltoccri Kon'i sale of TH ready to mipjily the trade universally, X ft new and splendid stock or TKAJSTSOIUPT. HARD WAKE ! ! Saddlery, Carriage, September 1867 3NTEW YORK inJ c. ' . with PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, For the State of Vermont. Also agent for the best Manufactories in the country, is prepared to till orders to families and to the trade in any quantity. A very largo stock of goods of every style and varioly usually Kept in tills line, now on hand...

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. — 13 September 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT rwagr. Vol. 4t. ST. ALBANS, VT, MUDAY, S35PT1CMT3 ITR 19 1SG7. Till' TRANSCIUI'T. iMui.iftiinu U'IMIfll V IVEli; IT.tDAV. mill Iro- I.WIM, JMItor jit l tor. I it rr.UMS OK .SUltSCltlPTION I , Hi'Ki re. ridiiR tUo papor through Iliol'oM S4.IW r Mitmm. To Village miWrllior 11 tli.- pniier by (he carrier, no mil in ,"",.. ill be rlmrB1. t i-ntn X your win io imam wnuri iwymt.m. , , l In) iii'kI Mix month. , r iliKi-'intimiril until all arroarsgoa are ', , pt nt the option of the l'lil'lifriior. H TKS '' AIIV1511TINIXU I , ii m Ai'vekhki hknts. - l't r square of 12 , ii u .if tliin tj', fur fltt inirtlon St, ti Min-o'iinriii' uip.'i iumi, Love and Lightning. lir MIMA C. MONTAlONIi Crash upon crash, peal upon poal, the echoing Ihundor rolled nlong, while tho llnshing lightning played ov er tho nutiqno Inmitiiro rind tho rich velvet carpets, illumining tho room with ti wild brilliancy tho sunlight uov- "lt is of no coiificqtionco," frnid Emanuel, dryly; "do lntvosom...

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. — 13 September 1867

I M- 5. 41 I Wit 4 4 ! ii 1 2. Sept. 13. THE TRANSCRIPT. Frlciny, Sept. I, 1807. Maine Election. premise-! a f-w minute-; l)i fore. nnd line! been refused liquor or money to pet it with, by Mr. Seolpy. lie hns tittered, it is snid, thrrnts nf fuo min ing on several previous occasions. Klccllon Notes. Wc mint Ibis week nil the returns of tho voto for Governor Hint wo can ' after which the docket wne cnllod, nnd gather from our various Slate ex-; tho Grand nnd Potit Jurors nnd tlio ehnngos, nnd also a list of tho Hoprc- oflicers in attendance were awom. seutfttives elect. Mr. Page's majority i Messrs. William It. Hoyt, Alfred O. is nt lenst twenty thousand Bullleicnt- Snflbrd, and Josinh 11. Adams, ndmit ly largo, wo imngino, for nil practical , ted to prnctieo in Clinton County, N. purposes. I Y., wore sworn in ns Attorneys nnd ViVtnr Atwood'smnioritv ou r Hind- Counscllors-nt-law. No causo being Tho nnnunl election in Mnino for Governor, members of IhoLogialaturo nnd County oflicers...

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. — 13 September 1867

13. TUB TRANSCRIPT, KrWiiy, Sept. 1, 1807. Eoctil Xews. News. Our friends In the sovsral towns '.ni and ndjoinlnff countlos will confer a 'B t fitor by euintlus " all lt'in 'f local now ''ycomoiui'lcr tllrtlr observation. Con Jt .hoiild, in fill casus, givo thoir names, neccrssarily for lubHcAti.in, but an a guaran "". j kith. No matter about Ibo form of contributions -givo tbo "subject mat L'r ml wowillp.it it into shape. . BTT to AuTi:ntisi:iia. Tbu Tuansc-mpt Aniblo tbo circulation In St. Albans of t njiKT printed in tbo State. Its circulation i "rirKlly Increasing throughout Franklin and inwlWe Counliis. fine Meetiko. There wns n good lltcaanco nt tho corporntioti meeting lDMou1ny evening, ovor which Brad M Barlow. Esq., prctmled. Mr. U. F. tNuTord, nflttr fitutiug tho importnuco f securing protection ngninst lire, in irodaccd the following resolution: TliAt a tnx of thirty cents on the loltor of tho Grnnd List of tho corpor ation bo nssossed and collected forth with for the pur...

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. — 13 September 1867

1; m7 s. 15 1 15 If mil 1 Hi I ' 4 1: 1 A. H. MUIMYAIM !jc. H. WHEBLEltiiHAfj & HUffliWIW I T8 ready to supply tlio trade tuil ertatly, with 1 ft now ami splendid mock or II A K D WARE ! Spec in l Xot !rc alHANKFUL for past favors, would guy to his friends that he still continues Iho business at the old Stand, established more than FORTY YEARS AGO. And (hat ho Is now prepared to exhibit tho larg est stock of WATCHIS, GLO0K8, JlMliLltY fancy noons, AU., T.iir ofor'od In tlil maikct. Also a largo stock of PLATED GOODS! 'Having boen appointed agent for tho sale of IVm. llncrr fc Son's PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, Tor the State of Vormont. Alco agent for tho best Manufactories in tho country, is prepared to till order to families and to tho trade in any quantlty. A very large Mock of goods of every tylo and variety usually kept in this line, now on hand and nil! ho sold at prices to suit custom ers. Please call before purchasing clsenhern. St. Albans, I'ubrunry 23th, 18C7. 151-tf G1 o t...

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. — 20 September 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT I' 111 IT 1 H Vol. 4,. ST. ALBANS, VT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1SC57. TUB TRANSCRIPT. J l IILISHKW llVKltl rntD.vv. , ...rntll V. DAVIS, U.lllor iiuil I'm prlelor. TF.ltMS III' SPIISt'ltU'THI. I r ,i. ,, ref iviiiK the p.lticr through the Post s j.iiu p. r milium. To VtUafto sub-orilxu-a " , . die paper by the carrier, no ut in 1M , ill barged. ' i ,-nts a vcar will bo milled when payment ,1 mh'hI six months. ' .' . 1 .....I! .11 .................. , , i. r ill! '1IUUI1U11 Hum nil nnrninjfuq nn r at tlio upturn of the Publisher. HVTKS OP A D VI'.RTIKl XfJ t ,, mm nw.nTMKMEvr. Per square of 12 , i nr tins type, fur llrst insertion 91, -ul.'s, .pient insertion, ill. r i f insertions must ho marked on ni iwnts, r they will bo continued ,, l out. Transient advertisc'tn nt to ,i 'in ,idi :inec. t.il ili-H iiuut will lio made mi tlic - t,i ili. advertising by tin- yi ,r. , mii i.-s will Iks inserted St 19 cent per I si. Albans JMisincss Directory. iliidKS ,v ICVAKT'S ...

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. — 20 September 1867

SfU'l TIIFI VKUMONrP rlHAiSrSCUUPT. THE TRANSCRIPT. rriilnj, Scpl. , 18H7. English Ignorance of American Affairs. country will cio lon."r f j)ii 1 1 m ; if debt. Time will surely tench tliem Unit llioii' teachers nro false prophets. 'J IlO ('III I I'' State '.iT( , flo'li feu in tins Hi'otloil Of UlO I linnvsiXHi'IfHCP of the Vermont TranMript. ..urnbari they being j Interesting Letter from West VI r- confined mostly to M'llidUfttn Hint tlio ooutitiiM adjoining. Tlio grcnt majority of tlio pooplo of Kngland hnvo littlo knowlodgo of American Affairs. Nor is this to bo wondered nt when wo considor that they obtain prolty much nil thoir in formntion from English newspapers which, as n goncral thing, do not givo n fair (statement concerning our public affairs. The American press quoto libornlly from tho English press, nnd henco it is that our peoplo are so much moro convorsant with English affairs, than Englishmen aro with thoso of tbia country. Ono would nnturally Biippofio that tho sy...

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. — 20 September 1867

THW VJCIUION11 TRA.1N SCRIPT. O Sept XI1E TRANSORIP rrlday, Sit. '20, 187. ews. - Our friends I" this novoral towns I,0,!Vmi adjoining counties will confer a in (hi by sending ui all items of local news r iv come under tlioir observation, uon ' " I,,', should, in nil cases, glvo their names, .,,1111''" . . i.ii.i,. l,l ou n miiMn. 1 Tilth- (Mliaiiur ai'Ulll mu vi r contributions -glvo us tuo "suujcct mat im!e will put it into shape. t..nnT4NT TO AnVKIITlSEflS.- ' .i,.nM.. the circulation In : printed in the State. Tho Trakhchiit St. Albans of Its circulation , r,.tnif Ihroucliout ifraiiuiiu aim mtJi" l'-yl" ' 011I1(1l8le Counties. jjut Httlo butter wna brought t, town on Tuesday, n cousitlorrtblo auntity of which wna of rallior poor ,i iv Prices rnnged from thirty to ,mriy five cents per pound. N1 Mt. Israel S. Junniaon has pur ged tin- hiindbomo lusidoLCo of ,,ctr K. Orcun in Highgato, (for- owncd by tho lute Judge Allen) . .. ii. enn mm. hl s, is to bo enlarged, and fitod up (,,r ...

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. — 20 September 1867

4,. TllF VmMONT TLIAJSTSCIUI'T. A. H. IYIUNYAN mitANKFUL for ptil favors, wonld say lohls I, Mends that lio still continues the business at tlio olil Stand, established more than rORTY YEARS AGO, Ami lhl he Is now pnwsrod. to exhibit the larg est slock of WATCH US, CLOCKS, JBWELBY. fancy goods, AO., liver offered tn this market. Also ft large slok of PLATED GOODS for tlio sale of Having been appointed agent for 1Vnii linger iV Son' PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, for the State or Vermont, Also agent for the best Manufactories in tin' country. i prepared to 1111 orders to families and to the trade In any quantity. A very Urge stoek of goods of every tyle and variety usually Kept in this line, now on liand and "ill lie Hold at prices In unit custom ers. Please call before purchasing elsewhere. St. Albans, l'cbniary 28th, 1S67. 151-tr 0. H. WHEELER T'S ready to Mipnly the trade universally, a now and splendid stock of villi a to the Now Store of Wm. N. Smith A Co., for nice Black PantB, of al...

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. — 27 September 1867

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT jut Vol. 4. THE TlUNSOlMPfT ST. -A.LJ5A.NS, VT, FITDA.Y9 SEPTii:P,ER -27, 1807. 3STo. 184r. w I Mil It r, dmsiibd Evi:n? rniu.vv. ii ml Pro- 1VIS, IMItni p it I '. T Oiii. TKItMl OK SUIISftlll'TIOM I ,!, r. . , ivli. the pawr throtiKli Iho l'oU Si.Ooiiir niinmn- To Vlllago nubseriber ,. tin paper liy tlia carrlur, "() ni iu i "nill rliiiruwl. r.v i', ut.i ft v. nr will bo addcil whim payment ,1 Ik vcm'kI U luulltlm. ,r ilMcntinned until all airoaraRPH ate , v , it at tlie option of tho PuMUhcr. jtVTHS HV TV14HTIHISiO I I T VliVKHTIKKMKNTH. I'eT HiplHm of 12 lilrdlc lit Hie Home Nest. " Havo you not forgotten somo ono?" Tlio child had rison from her knees, iiiid lifted hoi soft brown oyes to hor mothor's face. " Havo yon not forgotten somo ono?" A shade of thought foil over the child's cotmtonnnco, as hor mother, nl most u child horsolf, gravely ropoatcd tho question. "Who, mamma?" alio asked; then, before hor mother could reply, sho . .,f iin tyiw, for Hint ii...

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. — 27 September 1867

o. TEE TKAXSORII'T. Itrpmied fdp thr Tunmpl. The Ulcliford Fair. TMIO VmMOINT TBANSO.HJ PT. Ki itlni, Sep. 27, 18(17. Judge of Probate. A Die nmloit over this (.nice wall the Itrellpnt lesuo nf tlm Count elwlloti, qulto fi nottMtlon 98 produced throughout the County during the liiKt week by tin' ri'iMivt Hint an error in the computation or the St. Alhann rule hart lwcii rtineuvercd, eutllcielit to (wrcomo the aninll ma jntitv upon wlnrti tho re-oioction of Mr. Hetiwou had tarn declared and RiM' Jlr. Hnilcy n "till putntler majority. It in Mati-d that the rtlyotW Miev bcitwen tlio total probate vole una Hint fnr'tho other comity ofnoorii. MiKKcutcd to Miino of Mr. ltjilloy friends, tho jvifniMIiiy of mi tako 8iiinoliure awl w rc-ennmlnution of the volo. The Hiiiron wliieh the offlhal count wn net .down ami compnted, and the ballots caat, wore in a ciiplmfird in tlio Town Clerk a Offloe where tliuy had been depomted the day after election, wore ntcc oBililr, ami mucIi rc-cxamina- tlon...

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. — 27 September 1867

'3 r.RA.jSTf5CRII:T Hep1'" r3T Xllli TJiANSOIUPT, fM- -Onr irianus tn Otr wmiil lsnj r.'ml ailjolidHX oommUm viU confer ' r,v by e'mlina W U Items r lel news nunc mUr lr fceet. 0m .,,. nVrtftW, in M nauioa, '' 0v-iuil''Vr r-nblicliUeii, bHt 8"lr!l11 "!. MVSth. Xnnstter aowtllio orm or k, ",tiil.uti"iiK-Kiw "sn'jjeot mat- . ill h il ir A Vllfl. 1)1,1 ""' 1 " ,.s1 TotVKlTSRS.- -Tho TnAjtscniiT .Mil.k1 oif.MiMion in AluailB ol v)TtiHllif Htute. Its circulation l,J., nuc-tR thronfjliuut Franklin and ,,,,1 li-lt' Counties. .Vlf. Stono, of tho firm of Stono it inoiul Stntion on Tuesday morning of Inst week, tho prices paid boiug 10 to 111-2 for cheoso, mid 28 to 30 for bill tor, Nonrly nil of which gooa to Bos ton tnnrkot, Ex-Grv. Anilrow O. Curtin, of 1'a., was in Burlington Friday and at onca procooded to Slieiburn, to visit his friend Congressman Finnoy, of l'n., who is very ill at tho residonco of Ezra Mooch, Esq. Oltt.KANB COUNTY. Anothor post offico has boon estab lished in Derby, t...

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. — 27 September 1867

TllJil VEKjMONT T-HA-iSraUXilX . 4. A. H. MUNYAN! milANKFUL for past favors, wwild say to hi Jh friemls that ho still continues tlio business Mtlic nlil Stand, cMllbllshpd more (linn rORTY YEARS AGO, And that ho in now prepared to cxliiliit tlto larg est stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JHWELHY. FANCY GOODS, AC, KiproffcroJ In thh market. Also n Urge stock of PLATED GOODS! Ilaring I'orn appointed agent for llio Win. Hogrrn V hull's sale of C. II. WHEELER 8 ready to supply tlio trade universally, n now anil splendid stock of with PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, For the State of Vermont. Also agent for the hut Manufactories in the country, in prepared to rill orders to families nml to tin- trade in any quantity. A very largo stock of goods of every tlo and variclv usually kept in tliin line, now on hand and will be nold at price to suit custom ers. Please call before purchasing elsewhere. St. Albans, February 2tSth, 1807. 151-tf 1 O lo (ho Now Store of Wm. N. Smith .V X for nico Illack Pants, of al...

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. — 4 October 1867

CI VERMONT TRANSCRIPT it hit Vol. 4k ST. ALBANS, VT., FTIT:D-A.T OCrrOBEE 1SG7. THE THE TRANSCRIPT. icnustinn tytiuv rnili.vY. UlMtt-'lt I. UAVIS, IliUlor unit plli'tlll'. For the Tranter Ipt. OBSOLETE. I'rn- I1 i THItMS OK SUllSOltlPTION I 1 Ii.ikc receiving tho paper through the i.ot per milium. To Village attbsertljor i ilnn t!i paper ny me carrier, on ccnu in ,iition will be oliarKiil. , j it,, I'. ulH a vear will be added whun payment , , I.nfd bcvond Hit month. s 1 1 r ifim-wiitlnnocl tihtil nil arrearages are , ,i , , v- pi at the option of tliti PtiMUhor. i JIVTH OK AIIVHHTInOt I , i-r AnvEttTiaSMEXTi. lVmqnarp of 12 , j ,ir W. of tlii" ,T1K1 f"r (lrt inaertinn Si, , i I) milncipicut inncitiim, rt-ni. i numb, r of insertions moat lie ruarlicd n , i. rii-iwnt. or lli 't wltl Ik- continued i ,, .uteri d out. Transient advertUomcnta to j 1 in luhance. hhnal ilt-k-onnt will lie mae nn the (( i" thorni nilvni tidhijr 1,t the ypar, No i ii i a m be maprtoil at 15 emits per ; ! i 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. — 4 October 1867

2, THE TRANSofc li May, Oct. 1, IST. Gen. .Sheridan. (Jen. Sheridan, who is journeying from "Washington to the North and KiukI, ui'Tts with (ho most enthusiastic rocoptious. Tlio people turn out in largo numbers ut tho vnriuns plncos at wliich Ire slops, to honor and welcome tho "Hero of Winchester." At B.dti moru tho gathering was immense, and wo aro told that nn impromptu ova tion occurred which long will lie 10 lnemborod us ono of the greatest ever paid to any public ni;m by the citizens of the Monumental city. S j fully excited wore the crowd tii.it its he at tempted to outer the carriage he wns f-eized bodily nud ciiihd for several blocks on the should si, of stalwart men. After ho cntere 1 the carriage tho crowd, not content, unharnessed olio of the horses an 1 attempted to draw him through tho street by hand. At Philadelphia and Newark ho was lilso most cordially welcomed. The i emzens oi ew xotit. where lie uow is, aro showing him every posible atten tion. These ovations to ...

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. — 4 October 1867

Tl I V ERMONT TUANkSCHI PT. TUB TRANSOltlPIV Frhlny, Oc. 1, 1807. our friend's In tlio several towns ' i .!ll,,liilnc cnitntrcH Vk 111 confer a , till' . iU all llmin rtf Ideal ilnw-n ..unif under tiulr observation. 0on ' rimuM. in a" (.'ivo lIlelr naniew, nly pUllllcauoil, "m a Hunran I j ll ! No minor aitom me ;urm oi . .atributioni -giro its mo "nuujoci mat ' ''.ml wo will put it into shap. uf1 to Anvim nsnn Thd TiiAnhciuIT lul.lc the circulation in Ht. Albans or ' '' pr rrllltcd in tho Statu. Itn circulation ' . ! Jh increasing tlirougliout Franklin and ' j lair Counties. jlnttcr on Tuesday sold for from i . 3N ci'iits por pound. Fur tho rcmaindor of llio premi pwnidcd nt fllo Jiicliford Fair -t pnc!. TV Conceit nt Acndumy llnll V- Isn'sday evening, wns well nttond 1 mil tho rendoring of tlio "Flower (1 ' wns highly croditnblo to those ,,',M)k jmrt in it. The second con uipp nff this (Thursday) even , part I of tho Progrutnrno will bo , ; ,ch fliiinged. ineotiiig to Uiko into co...

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