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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 3 April 1868

-Vpril t 4 - THE VEEMONT TRA.1STSCRIPT. The Farm and Garden. xV What Plaster "7 J' VVrilorfn the Maine Farmer gives the following experiment upon a rocky field having n naturally deep anil strong "The vear before I bought it, I think this fiel"l cut about six tons of hay. In Vnril, after I bought it, T sowed on one ton of, plaster, and that year .cut about fceveiitvcii ton.- of very good hay,' and Grange as it may seem, there was a good dial of white and red clover where there was nothing but moss and boxberry plants. The second year J put on anoth er ton of plaster, and cut twenty-five tons of hav, mostly clover. The third year the same amount was sown, and cut thirty-two tons of clover, iiince 1SG1, taking the seasons together, favorable and unfavorable, I have averaged with die same amount of plaster each year as before about hventy-eight tons of hay, which for the last few years, instead of Icing mostly red clover, has been stout lu rdagra-'s with a thick bottom of white clover....

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 April 1868

Vermont T! 1 lie Iranscript. Vol. V. THE TRAXSC1MPT. ST. ALBANS, VT, FRIDAY, APRIL lO, 1S6S. ISTo. 211. J BUSHED tVEEt FHIDAY. WILBUR p. DAVIS, tITK AND PROPKIETOtt. rEKMS op scxst-iturrxos t 1, -, receiving tne paper through tbe P.t- .w ;kt uiuuui. 4(ii wage suoscnber.. the paper by the carrier, 30 rn( j 1" charged. , ( , it- a y ar will be added when pa nui n' .... I ( j ! six tnoatha. I m i discontinued until all arrearages ar,' at iln option of the Publudier. It TK Ol' Aviirrisi.o t r Aiakktisewekts. Peraqnareof 12 ,. . of this type, fur first insertion at, - i',,-t qui nt insertion. S3 rtuU. e i of insertions must be marked ou .iiiii'Titi or tlii'y will be root uracil m;t. Tiunsicut advertisement t ; ir adPt'0e. '. iit r i- lisnmut will be made on tli -1.. i . - a IvurtibiiiK by Lit'- year. V i;. t.- .iU !. insetted at 15 cent- p. i BUSINESS CARDS. . m r. r. wuu-.,.ic ;u,.i k. - ,.i ir in ,u kiu-lf 'if eiroeerira aul Pro i -t' ' Albans. Vt. -211-tf . 'I 1'. '. N. nSCKST. 1 . 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. — 10 April 1868

THE VEEMONT TEA1 TPT. April IO. THE TBAXSORIPT. Friilar. April 10, 1808. The Connecticut JUec.tiou. So Republican needed to consult his pew-spa-ier on Tuesday hit to ascertain the result of the Connecticut election. It was as plainly engraven on the face of every Democrat you met as though it had been printed in the largest capital". Such smiling Democratic faces we have not seen for a long while. The scowls and wrinkle." and sulkincs occasioned bv the New Hampshire election, had all disappeared at. if by magic, and they would have you understand that they never felt otherwise than hopeful and joyful. ''Have you heard from Con necticut ?' was their morning, after noon, and evening salutation, and the question was asked in the politest pos sible manner. We are almost tempted lo rejoice with the Democrats in their exceeding great joy. It has been so long -inco they have achieved a victory, that we fear their defeat in Connecticut would havo proved disastrous to them in more respects t...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 April 1868

Vpi'il lO " "--- nr.?: 'K.:atw;-uic T . --,3,-4. --rr i -rimiiiiiniiiini hhiihii 1 it- fun in 1 1 rrv TIE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, April IO, ISGS. Local Items. -i-niNH arrangements on Vt. Central Mv a.lverU.emvnt. , t oilier -1m'1 Fnst Day from 0 a. ' i,, 12 in. ami front 1 p.m. to C p.m. H. N. Baimhsk, Postinusler. (("j of kilter this week the head to ! . jnper. The Connecticut Election, , ,w v.-r, IihiI nothing to do with it. -is, i; the Coimeotk'tit Election we ,,;,( mie f our Democratic- friend"' i.,ttT clothee and very knohhy I hi. (m-i- of outter on Tuesday were . i, .; ;ho -ami- as Iut week, 45 to 4' jit. One or two dairier., however, . ;ir- liih tin 50 renin. j (i k April term of tlte Franklin Coun . , . ruiiimeiiw- on Tuesday ofnext ! , . . k Wilson, proMtling. I I'tti mi-Xink peivons united with i , i (Uiirrerauoinl Church of this vil-u.-, mi Sunday, ou profession of faith. Mi:, r. X. Thompson has whl hi ;,! ;.i J.u-t Uirkfhii-c t; JJradford . u! Kaiiiiidd. The price paid -.'."...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 10 April 1868

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. 4 The Farm and Garden A f For the Tr.i-r;jt.l About Sheep. ' , '"- ,i old Fanner" M-rilcs. from Georgia 1H,,, Vt., to the X . Farmer forln fonnation in regard to when lie cau got south Down andFhropshire Down sheep iocro-ponhfa flock and also in regard io the ainoiint'of wool jirrtducod by the South Down. 'ow it is generally considered in this Motion of country, to be good policy as far a.- convenient, to move stock East, Ve-t, or South, in prcfi'ronw to North. I -hall therefore ?H-gin to name tlic emi nent breeders, of Downs with whoe Hooks I am acquainted from the North, without attempting toelasify.only prem ising that all have Ptoek that, will '-Quite oinc up to 'An old Fanner'-" reqiiire-.m-iit. Carlo- Pierce, of Stanstead, P. Q., llarlev 2A. Hall, and Aninsa Ucinis & Sons, of East Burke, Vt., John B. San U.rn, liat Concord, N. II., Win. Fames, Worcester, Jla., L T. Plunkett, Hins .lale, Mass., II. (5. White, South Fram ingliani, Mass., Wm. Crozier, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 17 April 1868

Th e Vermont Transcript. VoL V Till': TRANSCRIPT. pt BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY. WILBUR P. DAVIS, KWITOK AND PROPRIETOR. TKlUls OF SU11SCUIPTIO.N : r thow receiving tl mpw threugh ihoPont . , $jtH) per annum. To Village 8abwrilHr ..Viu" the Ppw by the carrier, 0 t-rnw in will I"' charged. ' i '.f! Yuts a year will be added when pax-meat ,. ,,, , Ix vond six moothe. v ". aj , : il'iscou turned until All arrearage an , , , , at the option of the Publisher. KAT1SS OP AUVERTISKXc: : 1 ho-ient Adwtmbmbnts. Tr square f IS . . of thin type, for first insertion Si, , i, Mileipient insertion, rents. i umber of insertions must lie marked ou ' , . mscmente, or they will be continued r l. r d oat. TntttMat advertisements to f i ii- advance. . v lu-.ru! discount wilt be made on the . ,. -1.. those adurthung by the year. u Vwras will be inserted at 1$ Cents pei BUSINESS CARDS. . 1. 1 1KI.1 VTNOfflJT. Wholes!, an 1 It-- S , r- ni ill Kind o'Orooen. ami I'i.i- , ... mii . :. Si. AlliaiiH. Vt. 211-tt 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. — 17 April 1868

THtK VEEMONT .THA.2STSCRIPT. April IT THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday. April 17. iStiS. The Hii-IIi' MM'- uch Isthe I'HiiiP ofa.-ecret political rder, mid to IK" organized in the city of Nt.w York by Tennessee rebels, which is rapidly extending its operations throughout the South. The leading ulpa of the order is to dofeat rceonstruc lion, and the lives of Union men arc not Vafe where the onler exiot. Not i.mg since, fJ.AV. Ashburn was niurder ,h at ColuniLus, Georgia. The circuiu-.iaw-e-itre brieily these. At midnight more than thirty men disgui.-ed with masks and various spectral devices, sur rounded Mr. Ashburn's lodging, broke open the rear and front doors, ami pro ceeded to his room, lie had a pistol in Iiis hand but was prevented from using it by the sudden assault, ten or twelve -hots being rapidly iir.'d at him, three .I' them with fatal elli-cr. He received one ball between the eyes, one below the hip from the rsar, and one in the mouth, ranging upward, this last being probably tire...

Publication Title: Vermont Transcript, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 17 April 1868

Api'il 17. niB TBANSOBIPT. Friday, Ain il 17, 18GS. Local Items. vktiox Jit Higlignte -see advertise ment. Bitter sold readily on Tuesday for . ,T!it" lr jwund. Extra good lots MiM a- high as 51 and 62 cento. yh-Ks. IJailey and Davis' olliee has ,.lt! rvmoved to Union Hlock, South M.iiii street. Mknmcs. L. H. Ooff and S. Auus ain have our tlmnks for copies of Mon-rt-a! l")!- Mesks. JJaknkss and Cuowlky liuve tnv4 a grocery More in Humes Jiloek . Lake Struct. an i-fiort in being made to form a , k cdinpaiiy for Die hi rjm.se of build lk.a ii liotfl at North Troy, in the !, of the one recently burned. i a meeting of the Directors of the -.State AgriciilUinil Sooloty held at .;. Allan on Tuesday evening, it was i hold the minimi Pair for the st three years at llurliiigton. iHfc. l'rudeutial Committed of School .i -tri-t No. 4, frit. Albans, have, we un :, r-t:md. engaged Mr. C. A. J. Marsh !':im i;-al for the coming year. The :iue U nu of the Schools will com .... m . mi Monday of next...

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. — 17 April 1868

THE VERMONT TiRAJSTSORIPT. .April 17. 4 The Farm and Garden. tloir to rlueanibers. mxl metliod to procure oarly cu- etin.bersiH the fo low: U n..v.v .... ...!.. -..I.i .Irouclit. ami even a little frost, fur bel li r than tlm-c treattMlnny other way. Vjjnin-t severe nifht frO"N they shmiM i,o protectoil lv boanK Take iniuille sized Uower jxitri, till iliemtwo third with frood il, put the ,eedion tlii-. and cover with sawdust; .prinkle with warm water, and put the iK)ts iieur the Move. On thesippeiirance of the plant-, j)laeetlie iot near the win dow, ('are pliould he trken to harden the plants before transplanting into the jsmlcn. by utlmitting; air to them both da nndn'ifjht. - - . 'J ake tlie vfg Khell'-, the hole to be I!, the upper end, three fourth? of an itit-h.ifill them with pood mil, and there in plant the ni'd. Plant thus raiced, M-pt either in the house or hot-lwsds .re t-a-ily tratii-nhmteii. . Grapes. Tlie i-ultivation of grape is one of the . a-icst thinps in the world...

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 April 1868

Ihe Vermont TranscriDt i . Vol. "V. fill- 'JTiANSORIPT. rfULISIIO) EVEP.T TKIDAY. ILBTTK P. DAVIS, K1HT0B AND PK0P1UBT0K. TEKMS Ol SOHSCIMl'TIO.t t - .;,,., to n i vmg the paper through the Poct '. , sJX i-r annum. To "Village snliecriberR "j,., th. paper by tire carrier, 50 cents in . M 1" charged. , i t lit? a j ear will be added when pavment j,, ,1 i,-v. ml nix months, v wi-r .1 -cnitinBed until all arrearages are ; v . it a' tlu' "ptww of the Publisher. RTI K ADVBU'I'IGIXG: (V.trM A livKRTisiafKNTs. Per square of 12 'if. f tin type, for first insertion S, . - in 'it insertion, )43 cents. -. , i of insertions must be marked on ji, -...Hunts, or they wili be continued r i r. 1 ont. Transient advertisements to 'or in advance. ,f U nil it!--onnt will be made on the -i . th"- advertising by the year. ,. SiiTtrEN will If inserted at 15 cents per BUSINESS CARDS. . in U' A Y INTENT. Wholesale and Ite N r m all kinds of Groceries and Pru- , i. Mm t. st. Albans, Yt. SU-tf - ii II. X. X. T...

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 April 1868

:3. THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday. April 2-1, ISGS. Th c Impeachment Trial. Our account of the impeachment trial in the last issue of the Transcript was up to, anil including, Thursday. A large part of Friday was spent in exam ining witnesses concerning the Presi dent' speeches at St. Louis and Cleave land. After the' examination of these witnesses, Frederick AV. Seward was put on the stand by the defence, and testified as to tlie manner of making ap appoiiitmenf of consuls in the Depart ment of State. Secretary AVellcs was then examined, as to several conversa tions between himself and the Presi dent, particularly that at the cabinet meeting, Feb. 21st The Managers for t'u- House objected, on the ground that Mich testimony was covered by the rui ng of the Senate to reject the testimony of Mr. Perrin on Thursday. The eoun s, 1 for the President insisted, and after argument on both .-ides. Chief Justice Chase said that in his opinion the pres ent question was different from that of Thursday...

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 April 1868

"-c, Cvrvil 24-. """L - vi fllE TBAySGRlPT. Friday, April 2'i, 1SGS. Local Items. the case, Clark ns. Burton, is still on , iTk a large quantity of butter was .jcht t town on Tuesday and pricos atMut the wuno as last week, 50 to "t- tK'r IoumK 'HE salary of the Rev. J. Ishani Bliss . (r of Luke's Church, St. Albans been raise! from Si ,200 to $1,600. KUx FisiiEit, of Fairfield, has re , ;)v sold A. Soulo, his five year . vivhire cow Dora. I1(,N. J. M. lloTCiiiciss has sold his 'tar old Ayrshire bull Molsoin, to BradVy H"k wf Buck Hollow. A com ment judpt" iys hehasthu best Ay r . r,. jn-digree of any bull in the State Vermont. Hr Swaiittm High School is to be . i,r ill.- MJiervision of Mr. C. D. Mead r aiwt her .war. Mr. Mead's school -,iv to Ik- -uioeessful. lH! s-ii'iittt understands that Mr. , :, K.f juropes building a new , Kichfurd this season. Messrs. ur:l,-.ii und Swvat are the contractors. ; m. :.! l.mplars of St. Albans are , i,! yiii rt';.-infr in numbers. At their j.i luf...

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 April 1868

TEDS VJEKJVIOjN rr JbtAJN UJKX"JL . 4- ooKTi ra niosi nnT i'aoe. pvo and-hcr eves became so numb that 21 could with difllculty move her flng ti Yet she had not forgotten how to Rron "and Quickly iwovcnnR her self fond what Mie direcL and wrote to he "foreman, requesting us presence, if iVoible- if not. tlle address of Mr. or.omeofhin relatives, and r iv iTiiiitiiiirnon Then. wrapnniK tl e child, she sent her oil with it. I ill " A llinmnf him up The foreman came. Allie met him in ,irted drawintr-room. and t !f.v tocether made .irnuipement for t ... .liitiou .f the body, deciding to ,la(-e it in ihe family vault. Mr. Sim oiwiii was in Europe. There was rcarce lvahope that a letter could reach him hefdre i-tartinp upon his return; never theless All ie afterwards wrote him such iMterU flH'knojr how to write, to 'h it oMTiuin, fo fwfrfully de-Jolato now. hv had vrWied forthe doctor, but know-,n-r his constant care, could not divine lulu t'1 reach him. (od seemed to aid ii, r fr just a? ...

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. — 1 May 1868

1 .c. Vermont Transcri Vol . v . THE TRANSCRIPT. iVULIStfED EVERT FRI1UY. WILBUR P. DAVIS, llHTOR AND PROPltlKTOK. TERM OK SUHSCRIFTlON : . i niiu) the paper through the Vuat- per annum. To Village uubacribers , ,,, tli-' paper by tbe carrier, no renin in .,r ill Ik charged. ,'t,(, ntx a year wfll be added when payment In il "U(i niimootlis. ,.,,.. r iisoontinned nntil all arrearage are , i ', -. , ,'. at the option of tlx- PiibHaber. BtTES OK ADVKIITISI.VG : . is-iFvr Advebtimuientr. per square of 12 , ,'. ,, of this type, for first insertion St, ; , .tiiixt quent insertion, 'M cent. in. mKiihoi f iaeenioM umst lc marked ou , .w ;i a. ut, or they wifl le continued ' , i , 1 out. Transient advertisement to ! 'or iii advance. tF v liberal discount will be Made ou the t a , -1 , th'so iwlveruig by the year. , . rii k will he inserted at 15 cent pi r BUSINESS CARDS. .HI 1,1' A VINCENT, Tkoleeale and Be S . .i !' ai''i !u all kind of Qmoeriea aad I'fo . 'i-. I.akt-Ntrw-i, St. Annuo, Vf ...

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 May 1868

2. May i. THE YJiExAiONT TKA.jSTSCI1TPT. THE ; TIUNSCKIPX. Friday, May h of lion. William C. hires. William C. Hives, one of our Death Hon oldest iubllcmen, died at Charlotteville, Virginia, on .Sunday the 2Gth ult, He was born in Nelson uoumy, va., anu educated at Hampdon, Sidney and Wil liam and Mary Colleges; and studied law under the direction of Thomas Jef ferson. Ho began public life in 1814-15, is aid-de- camp in the Virginia volun teers. I" he was chosen a member of the convention for revising the con stitution of Virginia; and in 1817-19, and in 1822 wan a member of the State Legislature. In 182." he was sent to Congress, and continued by successive elections, a member of the House of Re presentatives till 1820. He was then sent minister to France by President Jackson, and succeeded in negotiating a very popular treaty with the govern ment of Louis Fhilippe, forthepayment of five millions of dollars, for spoliations if American commerce by Najioleoifs cruisers. On hi return...

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 May 1868

1 l.u ;iK TRANSCRIPT. Kriilar, IWayl, 18GS. Local Items. , . ;,eat Tire at East Berkshire ! ' fc: Business Part of the Village in Ashes, A oVl"-k on Wednesday after u tiiv broke out in the hotel re . , , kejtt by Mr. ('. K. Thompson. j a,-.re'l with great rapidity, . . lie hot il and the burns attached, ,i v.i'h the ftoreof "V.. Rublec who lorhinau ly sh! the most li-ir tr' ine Hanitup Shop of -, i:. S'one which was over the u-1, ami all the buildings -vest--!;. tlu n-.-ideiice of Hon. "V. R. ,,,,, real) burned. .... -outh wind prevailing the . !,;! i.. i lie cpjKito side of the i u mm; t!ie store ofPaul & Moron -i. , -with one ioueeart of it and - in ( oiiiieetion with th store, I -c,ji:;l 'liunh and nheds and all lmi u that side of the street - ,u!.i to the Parsonage houe which sod ly trr.Ht exertion. I nl M rvn lKt most of their i i di!..:uit U unable to give us . , 1 , of i.uihiincH bumed, or the : ut Tin- loss, however, . m. -miiK i large, and it is to be i . t it i, we! 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. — 1 May 1868

TECE VERMONT TRA-jSTSORTPT. 4 We Farm and -Garden. Hair to f t Ji'!f Crops. Vs a rulo, fanners art- much more iiJxif'Hs to pet hip prices than hig croj)8. There arc fc- farms whose average pro duction could not Jhe.douhled in a very tfliofffimc HV inore capital and labor. It N K.tVr to iw" capital in farming than flhii' 1 i a,," "tlicr liusino-. Tile cred i, ,he jilow is quite as good as that of t lt jHai or anvil, and the capital will ,.,nii. if it is called for. Use more ma il. in , anil get thirty bushels of wheat wWn ott now get thirteen, and eighty iu-!iels of corn where you now get for i. 'flu nuantity of grain per acre in in ..Til a-iuestion of manure and tillage. A ''ir.' 'omiost henji makes a full grain i i. "With high manuring, the .oil i- d. iper stirring and a gradual lj' itiin up of the subsoil to the surface. ill tin present horse harrows and i il itutor-. nearly all the cultivation aii in Jdone by horse iKwer, at a great fi -jr of expense, andia great increase u i in....

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 May 1868

The Vermont x rctnscFipt. Vol. V THE TRANSCRIPT. ; L BUSHED KVKl'.T FHIDAY. yiLBTJR P. DAVIS, HITK AND PKOPltlinOK. rKll'lf OI" JJUllSOItIlTIO : . I,. ... r.-i ening the paper through the l'ost S t.wt jw r annum. To Village atabscribers :he paper by the carrier, '( cent in . . , will l- charged. n r -:tf a year will be added when payment , ,i U joiw wx -Booths. x inr disc.mtiinied until all arrearage art' . v . ;-. at the option of the Publisher. HtTKS OP AUVKllVLSIVC: : T ApvEKTisBMENTtt.Pfr square of 12 ,, s, of thin type, fur first insertion bl, .nbwquent insertion, '-i" reiit. i!i:l.-i of insertions taunt be marked oti u, liiwiiK-nU, or they will be continued .' -t.-ndout. Transient advertisements to i j i: advance. V ;.!.. r:il dweouut will be made on the u tlmi ad vortisiiix by the year, i N.i!i j hill In-itwerteil at 15 cent .. r BUSINESS CARDS. HUINES a CKOWLKY, Dealer in Groceries 1 and Went ln.lia UM(k of every description, ' V- Bl-ek, Lake Street. Kt. Albas. AYr- I 415-tf...

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 May 1868

m. THE YEEMONT "TEAHSURTPT: May - vsr - THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, May S, 1SGS. For I''"' President. i nflmCn of distinguished persons . inn a i customary, been meniioneu i by tlippi and people in connection with the office of "VicoTrtiflrlonl.'and a!l of them in themselves are perhaps fit to he made the nominees of the Re publican party, though there are, of cour&e, degrees of fitness attaching to tin persons themselves. But the ques tion f locality should, and doubtless will, have some considerable importance w i'li the approaching convention. The question of individual fitness and of lo cality are general question which al ways arise, and usually they are the only one upon which a nomination turns in the bestowal of minor offices. Tried by the test of fitness, Mr. Colfax, Mr. Wade, Mr. Feuton, and perhaps Mr. Wilson, wouid be sufficiently approved. But Mr. Colfax beingfrom the same por tion of the country, and from the same Ktate, with Gen. Grant, whose nomina tion is as cortain...

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 May 1868

.May S THE V15KOTOi5TTT3RSC3TPT: THE TOANSOBOPT. Friday, May SiSGS. ' "i Local Items. -.. A LIVE DAILY PAPER , , ..) 'i i:i.I-I!':i IN -T. AMlANs, ci 1 t mi' Tin: Vt. Tkaxsciu-t, , St. Albans. Vr., May 1st, lsos. Ht'!iii-r convinced liy the ftvvor with v, i.ii-h the imnroveuionts in th Wwsk-,-, Tkan-.cri.pt liavc been received, i, ;i:.niv funiinctV! iwnraiu-.-s fliat .,, ; .;if of Franklin Count v will ;,, , , ,niiy p.-itnini.f a "livo daily" juil.-,j-h-i ' ilu'ir mid-t, tlio under-sU-ned rr-!ved to do nil tliat i.- jvosslhlc to ,,1.,,-. I n-fore the citizens of the comity 1, (Liy ;i irijKT worthy of their t-up-Vliout the 10th dav of Mav ,., -. the Vermont Daily Transcript .. ,i' ! i--ued with the reasonable ex ...atlin f:'. lon and fairly pi i.sj serous , -i.st.'lllt'. Tin new daily paper will adhere to . , -i-e which we have pur-sited in ,, , .Mioation of our Weekly, and . 1,11. niming to be courteous and fair in ,li -lut-Lf. will strive to lie steadfast in ,: (!!. ' of Kepuidiean...

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