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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 17 January 1868

TELE VEI'EONT TRAJuSTSCmPT. ni.ME WII.Ii IJIlI.Vti OCTTIIKTItUTII. We are now receiving from New York and Bos ton large additions to uui already large stock of BOOTS AND SHOES Rubliers, Crockerv, Glass Ware, at'i e r, Shoe Findings, Ac, to benefit the inhabitants of rRANEiinr county. We propose to give them a few of our many Low Prices 2 Coffees, 25 to 40 cts.; 30 different kinds of Tea at CO cts., 70 cts., 80 cts., DO cts., $1.00, $1.10, lx-st f 1.2.1.: Common Lamps complete, 30 cts.: Marble Foot Lamps at 50 cts.; Largest Lamps, f 1.50; Gohlcts, $1.50 per doz.; Good Tumblers, 7 etc. Call and sec the ! ir.oTin.(s: William 3ST. Smitli & Co.. kislSgia The greatest improTcment of the age. Chim neys, Lanterns, GLASS WARE, CROCKERY, SMITH'S NEW BLOCK, Opposite the Court House, havo tliis day opened the largest and beat selection of HEADY MADE clothing, furnishing GOODS, HATS CERTAIN. ! AND i Speedy Curo FOR NEURALGIA, ASD ALL NERVOUS DIOEASCC. ots axd lots: QKAX XS AM) JIKIiOOEO.VS !...

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. — 24 January 1868

r i 1 1 I i-r T?TiiifnATm f TRANSCRIPT jit I Vol. -4. THE TRANSCRIPT pi BUSHED EVI3R7 JMUDAY. lrt!,ii;lt P. IJ.VVIS, KdiJor mill Pro-prlt-tor. TEli'I OK SITIISCHIPTIOX : j, ih'""' rfi'iviiig the paper through the Ist Tgp . Si.OH pir Minmn. To Milage sobscribers IrfMiii be PP l,y the carrier, r0 cents in "iU I elwrged. jvfti Ctnts a year will be added when payment , ! iii ;l brvond 4x montlus. y rut r diwon tinned until all arrearages are J, iutpt at the option of the Publisher. KATISS OF AOVKRTISIXO ! TitNsiESt Advertisements. rer square of 12 , .or k, of this type, fir first insertion St, r,'-h siobseqHent insertion, "r ,c-nl.. ' Tin number of insertions nms t be marked on 'urtHseniente, or thoy will be continued ..nlered out. Transient advertisements to 7;ni fur in advance. jj- A liberal discount will be made on the ,,v rates to those advertising by the year. Lem- Notices will be inserted at 15 cents per SI. Albans Business Directory. MorBlBTOU gf THE , i&EHICAN HOUSE! ST. ATO...

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. — 24 January 1868

2, J anuary 4 . -TI-IE VEEMONT TEANSORIPT. THE TRANSCRIPT. Obituary. I action "thereon rs may seem most fit Friday, Jan. 21, 1S6S. To Our Patrons. Wc owe our readers an apology for t he late appearance ol the TiuNScmrr this week, and also for the luck of news, both local and general, in which its columns are sadly deficient. The death of our father, and the large amount of labor incident to a prepa ration for moving into our new quar ters, is our plea for indulgence. We Huspend the publication of our paper next week, to give us time to move into our new rooms, on Lake street, and complete the enlargement and im provement of the Thansceipt. and proner. Died. In this village, Jan. 21st j The foregoing preamble and rosohi inst., the Hon. James Davis, in the ,' tions ware presented to Ibo Supreme To Our Readers. About the 1st of February the Ver mont TiuNScniPT will appear in an en larged form and greatly improved in every department To this cud we have ordered a new Power Pkess, ca pab...

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. — 24 January 1868

o i aotiffs. -.il:, i . 1 , t . ii .-1 1 : . t ... - i' . : m f..r m h. A.-akuoi-s an 1 ( ji lipjuous drug j particular request - i !1. St. Mlmus : l fr.i ji Jitti. 2stli. to i i . of hi'.ilinir tin ;'. .lit t.i'' u- ,.; i-,'. !i.. '. I," U1 hvj .: N. for th i-'i . i hronio h - cured. Aeut i 1 utiu want sni tu . was bum witli ,; Vl'ilT pi-t h" ,', v . ,.l''l natural cnrativ ia U-oh practic- sa..,s tint hp ' . I I thp l'lidtsliurgll Stulind, ..,t -niion'- of jrliibfeuci'sSblipre pix-vai.cd in PlatUbnrj tun lr. tinuioy rcraimoa in ; p' rfor rai'J nianv astonishing , , " , I r aK wonderful. His m stem -..omrd excitement through ill .-. r ho ivrcis-s his. wo:i- , ;v ',ir in tho morning until late hii rooms hac. geawaily been tit; Jmo. utA vumttfttid, tl sick and . i. i,- o;h l" wli " fliriofity h.it. t'M::K the cur. f j. lTorn.- 1. . , 1 irinj; o:io aftcrnuou an.' wit :.ukibit' ciiroH. l'uc Uiue and i . ii.ii1 to discard their crutcheg, ! nt k af crc uitde to hoar, tv. 1-, n rtamly prov...

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. — 24 January 1868

4. THE EBMONT TiRAJSTSCKIPT. uanuary 2 Ii r i rpiME AVILIj BRING OUT TUB TRUTH. Weare now. receiving from NewtYork and Bos toa'Iargo,oiWition8 to our already largo stock of BOOTS AND SHOES ! Rubbers, Crockery, Glass Ware. Leath cr. Shoo Findings, Ac, to benefit the inhabitants of rmifEIIN' COUNTY We propose to give them a. few of our many Low Prices Coffees, 25 lo 40 cts.: 30 different kinds of Tea at CO cts., 70 cts., 80 cts., 90 cts., $1.00, f 1.10, Best Jl.2.1 .; Common .Lamps comwete, 30 cts, Marble Foot Lamps at 50 cts.; Largest Lamps, 1.50; Goblets, J1.50 per doz.; Good Tumblers, 7 cts. uau ana see tho "NEW SOT BtlKNER!" Tie grcatestjmproveinent of thoage. ineys.Xauterns, Chim- GLASS WARE, CROCKERY, A'nd Stone Ware, down, down, down. Ladies' Leather and Cloth Shoes, of all kinds, sorts, sizes, and widtn, irom Uio lowest cut to high, cigntr, nignesi. CHILDREN AND MISSES, In great variety. Mens' and Bovs' Boots at prices so low that will surely cause tho sale of mem. CUSTOM WORK...

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. — 7 February 1868

"" i '"inuiMmMraa-Jimw.M, iii-iiiiii,iiWMI,l,.l ilzijl - " -fcT -n-trn-in .1 n.fooiiumyMr:,-y,,,, AtWiiimu&xMimit&nvnnrtiviittrvzizwc.uszri g-m. -..-.-.-.-.- , r-.fmii.un wiiniiMmTi-iiriMu ' rriniiitmrMTm imimmin iiwiiiiihihiiimiiihiii. iiimi (fHWMMBMMIIjMjMBiMiS? -. Hp! TT , 'npT JIIJR 1-. B - ., ' l "ll IS, t b Jii bamber s. s. M 1 2 m l t t A. t. Sol- is. Sae ntwsciMPT. liEUR P. DAVIS, i;oi'i.i rt i : . . - -ii- -i Il- Kll not : I . ..I- I,, ' iM .t , I 1 1 ' . ' 1 i , - u : . i ii.Hi 4 U-i i. , v : v i. ii i l i t. m. . !.- ! ,!- Ill itfESS CARDS. if m.MAN iil.uCK, ST. ALKANS ( l ! : . v . 1 1 1 J 5.1. , '. i . . - -i f I i ' i ' - 20 lM'-t - I!,' H0RA 'E P. HALL. M. D. I I ..! ' i .V. ' ;.. v- ',a., . , ..I li ' .' 1 i - : i : i . .. l .itlii ular ulU-iilioti paid lo(i- j j ia m iit-:ic K. M 1. R I C A X H O U S E ! A li'il -l , I. i. lif i... I .!." I- , .. : ill.- II .i. .I- . ,!,. i ,. n. u il." i ;.. i .'Mi- i : ..4 , II. 1 '.. . l.tl. V ll'l ; . - : - U M.i i, 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. — 7 February 1868

TBCE VERMONT TRAJSTSCRIPT. O ft to THEJTBMSCRIPT. Friday, February 7, 1868. Hare U'c Fulfill" Our rnnuisc? For several weeks past we have assured our readers in a double-leaded article, that about the first of February the Ver mont TB.VNSCKIIT WOU1U apiear in un nnin?od form, and greatly improved in ,.1-prvdepartment. "Ve mcantjust what ... m and we leave our readers to de cide, after examining this .hect, if we ii-ire not fulfilled the promise to the "Promises." we admit, "are of .mv ceneration :" that "they are not always healthy children, ami MMiietimes ntterlv of maturity." Hut tliese It ' soothing words cannot apply to our case. Ourtwjcrsi)ealcsforiUelf. Tho "child" is healthy, and shows abundant signs of mnhirilii. both in its hands-onie, well- balauced head, and comely and appro priate dress. To bring about tliese im provements, which we are Hire will be fully appreciated by the friends of the Transcript, much expeiiM" Has heen involved. First, it was necessary to purchase a ...

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. — 7 February 1868

r February 7. THE TKAtfS'eitfPT. Friday, Feb rn : irj- 7, 18GS. Local Items. Tlir ruling price for full butter, oil' juim1:i , a-s 40 eentP. Several choice , n a . vt'r, sold for 42 cents. "Winter o,!t, m.M for fiom 2o to 35 cents, ac- 'qualHy- Theamountbrousht w v Miiall. A juvrALDeniocrati c friend, who has mad a tl.rojgli inspection of our ollice, prmounesng it A. No. 1, on examining te -ocr faced type, said hewawsorry f..af w wtre tw PblLli a copper head rFr- , Iiu A Bi-AisDnM,, Esq., of Caui br.ir. l'riv Davis amnVillard Fairing ton. Ixi . of Albans, John M. llaw unn. Ivq.f 'f North Hero, and Jod. P. LJd. 1'J.. f Alburgh Springs, ivero mittcJ to practice in the Supremo . at its remit tirm in thia county. Messrs. H. L. ipAMSON & Co., ah i in :i:iOther column of tlmTuAjf . i' tlit opening of a new store and J f a ton of Southniayd's con . They also have shelf ero- , iy description, and will keep , aU'i vcgotJihlcs in tlieir season. ... is neatly and tastefully ar- N i s. .xc;...

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. — 7 February 1868

The Farm and Garden. Tntrlthjent J'annhiff. , rallies the sons who show more ere' fnimuc-. uil , f in tnl I icon po than an av vi'n m itiuwi-" - - - - a- mS or mercantile numilte, as OHLrmfr , t ,.,i n wiiivr rivnrl i(t emit lO ill- iui """.'"f ,taiont. and tl ;?Sortlian farming. AVe donota ;.n?tafrrifuIturo is a more profitable Mwnconmioree or trade, but is certain ,. rewards arc surer and its risks !. i . , and there are eminent cx inii '. - ooth in tliis country and in Eng- , " it'iat it oilers ample scope ior uie ..-Lnl employment of the keenest intellect. A large portion of our farm ..Unreinon of good judgment and ex nt nulculation. and they are as suc- ' r.ii hi their pursuit as those engaged in' mercantile life, but the majority of r..miN are men who conduct their bust ... liv main strength and stunidness md the wonder is, not that their labors ,! o Doorly repaid, but that their mis management does not ruin them entire ly. To tins class uciong uiose men, who vr.ir after year ...

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. — 14 February 1868

mi --r- . r vol. iv UiE TRANSCRIPT. i:.isukd kverj rraoiT. yitBlTB P. DAVIS, K AXD I'itOPlttETOlt. , , the pant through the Post '.inli.. i annum. JLo Ai iUage aalMcrihcrs ii. ia;T oy uc earner, " miiii. hi ! charged. . m sr will le added when pavinetit 1 il -1 lllOlltllH, ..-r iitmn.-d until all arrearage are ,' , j i I lie optnu of the PaHisber. HtTK Ol' AWVI511TISIXG : . r ivi i. nsnotNT8 Per square of 12 . . type, for find: ftinortiou i, . , .... t, nt u'n-tsrtion, 85 rents. .. i .if mmrtioiM rami be marked ou ,' .. :th. or they will Ik- continued , 1 imK Transient advertisenienU to i, :'lic . , :. : it discount will be maile on tlio . i. advertising by tin- er. , . . . - n ill 1o inserted at 15 cents per BUSINESS GAUDS. : iiikaiiT. l'liTiticiaii ami Knr- .'.-of the Cuivcrmty of V.r. ! t rti 11 street. or Mefsrw i,' House. tlS7-l iiM-, ATTlMNEY AVI) fH'!i 'l l.YW. Office iu Union '., Vt. UW-tf. ,iTt 1VIIUS. Attorney at Law, , - li. i-. '- i:i t'li-tucery. Office in No , j. l.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. — 14 February 1868

the; veemont tiajnts c:ri p t. February . j. . THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, February M, ISGS. The Grant Johnson Correspond ence. ident Johnson litis written a letter I'm lv to lien, urani, which was rcnu si x - i. . , i-it'i. ITou-e Representatives Tuondny a v c , ni-nn. All J imuutitmilt.-,) taiuii; it iiw Cabinet officers present at tlie ,wration, ilic details of which, as i ii ni my letter of the 28th ult., you , vcur-elf to hay contains many and i - misrepresentation. Thosegentle n heard that conversation ami read JU Mah'inent. They speak for them-.jw-.and I leave the proof without a wnd f comment." The President's stfticmiiit, it should here be stated, is endorsed by each memberof the Cabinet except Mr. Stanton. Concerning what (Jen- Grant said about his acccpt an of the office of Secretary of War, lie says: You admit that the very beginning of what you term the "whole history" of your connection with Mr. Stanton's sus jKMisinn, you intended to circumvent the Prc-idcnt. It was to ca...

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. — 14 February 1868

February 14. THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, February Id, 1808. jlrpuUVu-un Union Stale Convention . republican Luton btale Convention Millie .t HDTLAND.oii WEDNESDAY the 18th ,,f MABCU NEXT, at 12 o'eli-ck, M., for the . of chosing Tour Delegates at Large, to ri,,reMKit Vermont in the National Uuiun Hep'ub Convention, and four Mibttitutes, in pur--ujii' f of tin- call of the National Committee i . liepultliran Union voters of this st,. ,-t.uJ to be rupresented in the Convention by tk, ir ! gti. -' hinmi upon the basis of , n. efc.ic'gaw eacu town, ami an additional t..tftt loreier one nnnurou unit lirty votes ,t for tin Republican eandidte for Governor It tat iixt Suit- election. Tin- IXH'atoe or their Substitutos, will pro ,ja. Uitme!vc) with propor credentials, signed t- ti.e Sw-rntnrfes of tho respective primaiv OlJ. W. G 4 ANDY, ('. W. WlM-lEIl, Kmnixn Pkcm-tue, li. It. Hahkis, Bonwtix Far-shm, MM'U E. PlMlMH, 0. 0. Bknbmct, W W. Gboit. 1. B. Bailey. Republican Union State Comniitteo L...

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. — 14 February 1868

February 1 -1 4 TELE VERMONT TKA-jSTS CRIP T. The Farm and Garden. Ma-U lluttrv. The re-Tnt oonvelition of the Aincri n 'llii'. Association seems to can Pa.rjr. .-i.ion that the have nrm " ha,, u.en stimu. w Ttn ' a tarn bv tin creation of 1 ntl?hIBIprii tljat have iii , ft-w veai-s, thn the mar lUlet V.' to 1 ovt .-sio,kel; and 1 t 'iiTii-''.t svderji must ! intro V,Wi' Tin- .jtiestion of making.' lmttcr M.i - 'liM-uw.-.l. ami although ,! ,r, ,m.-!ifl'n-ultns in ihe way it -, '.i:il.,v eouoedrd that most of tlu-m ti ,' readily ovt-rronie, and fh-lt - i' 'I-i(IeI improvement in .,..!it u.nfldlx- the result, while the i11'"" r. f....t. ,.v. -..-,.,,1.1 .,1,, 1. V-eii. d The lan for making whey i.'iitter v as also pmposeil, and although ;1 .u i-' I van new to many of those ,', resent '' c ii-1 d a jjood deal of diseus '.!! ai ivfrarded with considerable uxor. We pive helow the statement , V Air. Ki nnev, of Cortland, N. Y.: "Mr. Keniiey, of Cortland, pave tlie i xiK'rieuee of arnau wh...

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. — 21 February 1868

H. ' ' 1 rr "" iill -".-r Jn-rrr.-.i - - - I The Vermont Tr anscript? -1 Vol. TV. Till- TRANSCRIPT. .(HUSHED EVERT MiniAY. ILBUB P. DAVIS, ji.ITOR AND PHOPmiSTOlt. ,KKMS ov svnsviii"vui t , ... r. , . ivmg tho paper Uirtmgh the lNxrt- itjtm J M-r annum. To A'iHage Mtberriber I, i" i!" l'!"'1' by the carrier, so cnni in x !! 1.. liarged. (', nip ! xvill lie addial uhoii pytueut i la Olld sll lUCltltbl!. i .is- .iitiuued until all arrearage are N, . yi ni tin- ojtim of tiic 1'aMisher. KATKS OP AUTKllTKISfi i tt. ,n j Anx i l.TistmaiW Per eqnari- of 12 ,, ..f tin- tyi-, fir flrt.t iawrtion i, if ijU' nt insertion, "" wui. . n.- r'miiH innttt be marked, on i-.. mi. . or tin y will W eoutinuixl u,, i .i . 'fian-niit adi i lita tu j i i.-h !i '. , ;. r.il .h-M Miliit will Ik- made on the . - .111..-. .i.lu riibui by the jtair. , i ill be. inwei-tud at 15 cent- per BUSINESS CARDS. , ;. . liJIUWLiT, l'liu,u ju.1 Sii, I i 'ill. "T tlu I iii vomit) of Vir. . t'airneld rtreet. mor Mt-itr-- i m...

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. — 21 February 1868

rnTTTn tttito-a ,r f--Trrri- m-r a -XTDn-OTT3rn Februai-y w2 1 , THE TRANSCRIPT. Kclji nai J 21, 1808. Friday, Custom Jfotitr Matters. In view of the exteiisivelrculation of the TKASFt'BiPT on the frontier, and the increasing interest of many of our n-ader in imitation, and the cx-.han-ikof.commoditios,with.our.forei)rn nriirlTlww, we have concluded to pub-li-li a t-Hni'l ou Cuslom irouPO mnt ' i it,. The Collection District of Vermont, .nmrM"? tl'P entire State, was created l,v Act of Congiws, March 2d, 1790, and v'lbuitfh wis made the original port of nry. UurliiiKton became the chief ,,.,1-t'of entry at a later date, and the ., flirt? of the Collector was located there by Act of Congress. The Alburjrh ofliee iioeame Kulordinatc, as did all oilice on th, frontier, -which Avere then or have - iuiv boen established. The following lire the oflicos in the District, the number of each, together with the Collector and his deputies, so fur a we have obtained the list: So. 1, Burlington, ...

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. — 21 February 1868

- Tertiary 21. . flli TRAJfSOfilPT. friday, February 21, I8s. ,i,blirtni I n ion State Con rcntion ;.,! Union Stat' Couv.iition vvil be i i I .AND. n WEDNESDAY tlie ISih ',: 11 NOT. at 12 oVlpcfc. M., for the i, ,nu f"in IMegat.-s at Ir$e, lo ,: Vi ni.oiit in tht-Natinttal Union lU:pul , ,t.. ii. an.l fnur r-ulmtimtuM, iu jmr. i!, a. I ' tli-. N-ilioiial ( omiuittce. . 1'niini voters of this Stale "arc , i -. ill. il in ( Convention j,v - ' .!.... n ujm m the Last, of ii 'i't. i',. a.i auadditi.-nal , i i .mi. hundred .ihJ fifty votes i, '.. .m c-nulidatc fur Ci.vcxuof .t -'ut. i! ction. 1, ,.-.i.itf r tln-ir Hulmtitutea, wfll uro , ,., , - !tu proper credential!!, signed , mi..- i.f thr rrcpectm jiriinsry '.I HllMII, Will HID ,1 1. I'lio.'ll'R, RcHildican Unit Niato f Vnmnhtc- 'I , . i I iimi, i t'luUl.F, Hfc-1 ' Local Items. Ht U-iuitiful Cantata entitled !A nt.-r Eveiiiiifr's Entertainment" will . H.ini.cit :it Academy Hall on and Friday owning, Fohru-.-n and 2Sth, by (ho St. All...

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. — 21 February 1868

Him ii n - February 2 21. m - r The FarnumdGarden. Hip. Book-ftmiiiiu? isfimply the best farm iDK put in books-your reader, if it is the Dost Afool caiiiioFvrite a book; anal.lt mari must do it not a mmi of mere aecompUbliments or lenrnini; Dut one i Hl.in tho busJiuc he wrUffuup- cill J IIH, T itftllllS lliai up jiuju utomj in men in " iDo departments. iM if,jdakt' our Htorature and to Uicm !n i ,(OM.'l i" m"i ,! 1,1 l'1 auaun . aiiHt kn)wl4fro, ai:ahi.-ttjhof)ls and wmis- iat, juf th' ; ,o,ffwho opposes tuTOny!!? , . . Aad vfcliat i- education, but to Ioarn to .aiQWut'Ufi- if tljeprjudreed reader . vjtniIccdaEaiujtbooli-fltrniiiir)k!iows ,.', to tritu ais vine, ho is the-iinaii, ii" ; lia ivorda for it, to write a Bofrk on he subject the very man wewatitj for ,i uare after icfe3,iaftor the bent mdde. A: id yet nthlfe would be called "book- la'iuuig." I is incro prejudice, dqpbnd .. j .on it. JJut lliere is one evil Avhieh gives rise 1. this very prejudice: bad books are ..iited on...

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. — 28 February 1868

mi Ine Tran ermont --as.- Vol. TV. ST. A.L3A.3STS, VT, FRtpX, FEBTITJAJRY 3S5 1S6S. jSTo. 305. V A ' script. THE TRANS011IPT. PUULWHKD EVERY 1'IIIOAY. WILBUR P. DAVIS, KMTOR AX1) l'ROPRIKTOR. rKUMS OK SUUSCIt.IITIO.Y : .i, receiving the pamrthrongh the Tost si. i wr annum. To VMage fmbneribtrs Mri- the pajier by the carrier, BUrniu in t ..fuili Ik' charged. , i", iitn a ear will be added when payment .: licv-md is muiiUw. . ., r .hwoutinned until nil arrearages aru - ut nt tlie option uf the ViR-liiihcT. II VT VK OP ADVKRTIS1XG : l AnvKBTiMKMEXXti. Perwiuareof 12 I ' - -i; ot tins type,-mr an lust rtum si, !,,.. .picut insertion, 25 cent, i, i i if insertions mnt be marked on i.i iit. or they will be Lontiimtd 1 ...it. Transient advertisements to l i s.hnnec. . rii discount will be made on tho , li advertising by the year. . .11 be inserted at 15ceutpvr BUSINESS CARDS. u. THIBVLLT. physician and Sur j) .ui.i'lun trf the I iiiv.-ixity of Vcr. ' . !ti t 1 unllt-ld btritet, over IfcMjr...

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. — 28 February 1868

-February 2, THE VERMONT TIRISTSORIPT. THE TKANSCRIPT. February 2S, iSGS. Friday, American Forests. In (he Agricultural Eejiort for 1805, there is an article on American Forests; their destruction and preservation, which is worthy the close attention of our landlords, fanners and mechanics. The writer, Rev. Frederick Starr, Jr., of .St. Louis, presents a strong array of important facts to show how dangerous it is to tnc DCril liuureaus ui wuuuj , ncclcct to replace tree ,),.-it have been removed. The evil? jia-,t destruction are shown in several wavs. There is a great increase in the eot of fuel, as well as in the price of lumber and timber; the high fares and fr.ivht, ehanres on our lines of travel -0 o - and transportation result from the in creased cost of building and equipping steamboats anil railroads. The growth of our cities is retarded by the high price of lumber and timber; small and often uncomfortable tenements are built where larger, more substantial and cost ly ones wo...

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. — 28 February 1868

February 2S. the teaxsoript. Friday, February 28, ISGS. ,,1)Mh!ic4tu Union State Convention ... ... 1 v K,..l.licn Lihmi State Coin cntion wil bo. 1 , i lit 1LAM). mi WEDNESDAY tlio istli 1 ,1 MAIU'H NKXT. at 12 o'elnck, 31.. for the iuil" of ohoMing four Delegates at I.arge, to ., , : Vermont in the National Union Hepub I, u-VuvntH'ii, and fir substitutes, m pur ,,., ,,i the call tit the National Committee, l:, publican I'nioti voters of thin State are ivveiit-d in the Cumoiiti.m bv .. -Jtl-R. tu be ohuat'ii iijwn the Wis of li. iu each town, and n additional , m! I .; ery one huiiurwl ami fifty votes . I .! tli.' ItcpnhhVut cawliilato fur Governor l.i-t State election, lie IK 1 tbrfr Substitutes, will yro ,i, tin aisles with proper credential, nigm-d , tj,, He. retark uf tbr mtpective primarv I, FX). .ORW, lhl.K PlUHTCB, - Republican Union State Coinniitteo ; it Hiunifc. ii.,HWtl.l. FUtXHN, soi i . E. ltvraEr., !,.(. lli;NEIllT, W. W. (ikul'T. ;i. i;. Biiu;. Local Items. Tin; anni...

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