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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 5 August 1864

- hi, unjaegHEaggi THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, t.tMT :if!T ST. AX.BA2STS, VT, FRIDAY, AUG-tTST 5, 1864. "ol. CNoi 21 HE TRANSCRIPT. n'DLWHED EVEUT Flit DAY 3y HENRY A. CUTLER. TUitMH Of SUIIHCHIPTION .. tk.. rneclvinc tlio naticr through tho Pout I To those rocci"(, i i ( o . rfw k tW rV br,u, cnrrior, 60 Coition will bo clirpo.l. mtvmcnl tWLvA bevond bU mouth. fVMPr (llicontlnucd until all arrcarARcs aro ,,ctpt 1110 I,U"n rtho r,,bllshcr- IIATKS OP AIVEUTISIXO I ,.. Ativr.iiTtsr.MCSDi. Per nquaro of 12 or it". i ' .,'.,,... inBortion. 3 cenL. nil lorvm... ln.Atl(nna innt. I in mrkMl fin Th ' nnm '"''" 1 ,V"r "in continued li ordered out. 'Trauslcnt advertisement to fur in t . , . ... i H..tini in niiln nn flirt !, riles to thoso advertising hy th year. YOUNG- AGAIN. An old mn " in "ls hlgh-bickod chair I A J,... an nimn door. S WM the unof ulmcr flor"own i i5 :roV tnikr-i nfientCloek ' I A1" ""...i 1 l, Imr nf fnnr. Hisno. - ,rcc2p Mown in, and a lireezo blows out, ii. n atimmnr.Mri!nt...

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. — 5 August 1864

S3 -Mio i ai if THE TRANSCMPT. "i fl'ff & p - upon Lx-Prosident Lord' nnd Rev. ST. ALBANS. ny, CViiKiiMt fit 1NO-1. NATIO.VAI. UXIOX Tlt'ltET. 'Ait &r Pmitlcnt, CiXfi'SAUAJl LINCOLN, It3 ,1 U - OF ILLINOIS. !f For Vice President, ,.CANDREW JOHNSON, nl ' OF TEMNiaSEK. f-flf PrsgUlontlnl Election, Kovcmbcr 8lh, 1804. ifrtlOX STATE TICICKT. .For Governor, "JOHN GREGORY SMITH, OF ST. AL11AX8. .For ZCcm. Governor, paul dillingham; OF WATEMlUnr. For Treasurer, JOHN B. PAGE, OF 11UTLAKS. ll)OU Benjamin Labarco, D. D., of Middle- burr Collcce. $50,000 has hnnn miand " o - - . i j 1 ... r .. to increase tho endowment of tho col-1 ""posed bv tli lego. ' " " provisions "for f Jlltcriial JlCVCnucf cents per pack-2 cents; exceeding lS .MlFcSSCIHlCll'S EwncS A kfcnlS I for tint or any other MnW end. dnli R tRo b cw up one f ' F iL. W jA. ccntsond not exrcong 2fi cents-3 ' ; "-Tho denomination of tlfo nSlrs pro- pal l battonoH. coumMuJ tiii: nkw tax law. , mil CStV(ltling 05 cent8 nnd not ...

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. — 5 August 1864

) August "5. rn-fli Transcript. BT. iAJjBANS. a 0 I l.-rllny Aiiwunt , 1N(M. rOST-OI'IflDK AOTIOH. 1-0,1.0(10 open (Sundays excepted) from 0 a. Vin on Sunday rum 7 a. in. to 8 a. ..; HZumi&'mi closes nt 0.30 w V.rk through Mail closes nt C.30 p. m. vSWm st C'30 n' Mt Arrlvt'8 8t 6 " nthrrn way Mail closes nt 5.00 a. in. Arrives tA'-'rn Mail cloaca ftt 0.00 n. m. Arrives nt "IX m Mail c,oscs ftt 12,00 AtTives ai V,"'V Mail rl"at'" nl 12-00iV' Arrives at , i " .Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Hay Mail closes nt 0.30 p. in. Ar- St lhans . .' 7 00 1 I" srr. ut NrirrLetters for Mails must f,,i.n.llv nt the advertised hour of closing. 1 H. N. BAHUElt, 1'ojt Master. Ac , pril 8, 1504. 5-tf. B -WANTED at tlds Office, an intelligent ,t . ,.r Kii.ndv. industrious habits, as on tlin printing business. ; ap' T, Fire Vanlolin of St Albans nm n" 'iir citizens ngiunst, nros. 1110 lr uut of itfiroiiitho villftgo r, i,t. nlan'crtho wholoof tlio thickly iv'it portion. Y'wo to bo tno" ron1- n it...

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. — 5 August 1864

8L rmiTTTi -7"?Tinr-AT A-vrrn rp-r A XTCin'OTTDrn -August o. giciiiu'lmcnt. The Housewife's Hand Book. FunxiTcnE. Beiistriula kIiouM uq, taken hpnit tit lentil at the full cloivninR. washed thoroughly in tho crpficosj Ktibjecfc to tho nttnek of bugs, and when dry, coated with corrosive subli tAhte dissolved in alcohol, morcury rftiXe'd in beaten white of egg, or, for Ctofhmbn coarso furniture, fill all the. drevjkds riot likely to como in contnet itn' tbo bed clothes, with strong com rfiori brown soap. Then rosewodd, mahoganj', or any fine furnituro, must bo freed from dust and wiped clean of ily specks or other soil, and after rubbed over with very fino rotten stone mixed with olivo oil, ' and when dry, rubbed off with a silk cloth. If your fine furnituro needs varnish, get a first rate professional hand. But, with good cabinetmakers, varnish and suitablo brushes, for com mon furnituro, you may do tho job a into well yourself. Bo suro to havo 10 article clean when you begin: havo 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. — 12 August 1864

THE JT RiVN SCRIPT'. :;. n YJMrX MI1T Vol. I. ST., ALBAKH, YT, , FKIDAY, AXJGUST 13, lSG4u jSTo. 22- liT i .1 !! x j i n i i n . r rrn r v ih . 11 I 11X11 1 i,vm. r m iaa THE TRANSCRIPT, rt'DUSUEB EVEUV FlttUAY 3?y 1CKNBY A. OU'J'LER. Trt thos receiving tho paper through Uio Pout 2 "if... .u,r nnnmii. To Villacu subscribers nmNi.fl'" i'" . ., " . .... i.. reiving the paper py uio, carrier, ttJS Cent aiilbo addclwl.cn Pym in nlqsit in dclavcd uoyomi six mumim. So rarer discontinued until nil nrrenragCS o I pld, cX'-cpt ai uiu ' ". IIVTBS Ol' AUVKRTISINU I Transient AovEiwisFMENis.-lVr square of 12 Sl'" :Xfiimt insertion. 5 ret. Urn" I 1'" " . ' , . The nundwr or insertions un m. uirj;u .m A rtW"-. 1y 1 bo ront lined pa.aforinadvanco. l.bove rales to those advertising by tho year. m Notices will ue uucticu ai 11 corns, per Btrae ECHO POETRY. m,n followinc is a specimen of eclio imrlrv which possesses merit as ti litera ti., .nmnnsition. ahd on account of LL -tm it and tioty"Mvhili bre...

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. — 12 August 1864

86 t .... THE TRANSCRIPT. 51 c?ul4 ,lotii b tahdfal . V, authority in relation to Uio stirrinc ST. 'ALBANS. rrltlny, A.tiKtint 13 18(1-1. ... WAT10NAIi if.MON TICKET. . , H For President, .ABRAHAM LINCOLN, , or Illinois. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. v Presidential Election, Norcmber 8th, 18G. ' ; UNION STATE TICICKT. i- For Governor, ,:JOHN GREGORY SMITH, OF ST. ALDANS. . ,' For Lieut. Governor, PAUL DILLINGHAM, or WATERDUnV. rl. 'n; ' ' For Treasurer, 7' ' JOHN B. PAGE, ' ' ' or RUTLAND. FOIt CO.NGKKHS. First District Frederick E. Wood- uridoe, of Vcrgcnnes. Second District Jusrix S. Morrill, of lhis govonncnt falls? Third District Portus Baxter of Der by Lino. Stoto Election, September Gth, 1801. The Present Crisis. ( It is too evident from tbo speech of people and from the tono of the pub authority in relation to tho Btirrinc events of Ticondcrogn in tho last century. The Public Credit. In our lastpnper was printed at length tho onrnost appeal of Secretary Fc...

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. — 12 August 1864

T I L 111 V lilRJYIA T P TJANSC RI PT. St . 1 rrn-i t at on nil kh ST. ALBANS JL. rJ0 I'OST-Ot'MMCH XHTICK. ..... .. fCftwlnvK pTrniitedl from G a. po.t.OmCC Oltll vut"V" ' ii t m. . ..iV.. , nw H uu 7i..t-j '"" . In ... I.. 19. .Ill II. 111. Jlnll" """.", Vn . ?. Arrives ai .u i. . . i. n' . . .i 1. it.ii ettaru nt u ill I II. ill. t ye TK UirOUK" ... , , ... . ( 7 2J 11. 111. . . S irtliuru u cumin i - - 15 1' ..tf.il ..l.a n( r..(lfl it. m. Arrives S nllUTIl wnj -i-" i 9:i n. m. . .. . . r.,(. rn Jiau "w - if i). ni- ...... . j l n.t .atlpl(l .mm iiwou ........... ji;,i' ' ir ...,t.r. Timailiivrt. TlnirHMaVH. ntiil 1 1. - BMtr ly- ,. ! -in,. i r,.3D ii. in. Ar- NmiiT.. Letter for Mails must ', -nutli at Hit) advertised hour of closing. I' 1 ' it V .llMtllKlt. Post Master. s. Vic-ani", April , ism. 5-tf. 7 tliU nMa n.i (nlnlllr..,..! Tt unp 51"t ol - VJ 1 " - J v ;u the printing huaincss. VP' VOTES. r ,tr, f,.r State, County and Con- . ...ill i. b order III reusuiiiiuiu iuui i mo ...

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. — 12 August 1864

Ol5 TI-IE AnMONT TRA.NSCJR.rPT. August, armcrjs' gcimvlmfnt. To Make Fahmiso- 1'normiii.u. Ev ery beginner in farming, by securing the ffillowliiL' oHscntiivls, will succeed: uny no more iiinu uian uunu ih nap woll n8 thistles mid ollior dolotoribuB productions around stones nnd stumps. No correct fanner will pormil his Holds to bo dofacod by bo slovenly a practice. isvury ml ny, every foot of on jyj-AHCIl, ISO I. itnl enough lo iwiv for with ono third I 'Hed uul lilmbl; should bo mude t..... t.' ' a, ii f o prodiu-n BoinctliiUff of vulno. A few juv.iu jui millilllM. diiii.ii mini 14 ii . -,, , - ... from debt, with, nlaiiiy of means to (1.n.VH lorjm1 oiouriy directed will on stock iLnnd carry on it- workv will I1'1" ?no lo l'"1 11 on his llel.l in una respect, and wlion fho imiirove- A1VJIV.V iltwi'J 1llIUt lilliiv.1 I'iiw uinuiu- bored with debt, coiitlucteil leeury m every part, with bad fences poor im plements, bony animals, weedy Holds and thin crops. 'Lay out the fields in goo...

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. — 19 August 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. ihT ST. .A.LBA.TSTS, VT, 103,11) A. Y, AUGUST 19, 1S6'4. Vol. I. jSTo. 23. THE TRANSCRIPT. rUllMSHED EVERY FRIDAY By HENBY A. CUTLER. TltJIS UV HIIUSCUIPTION I it.n,n rrvolrlnc tlid pftiwr throvigli tlio Post- ?LtRrUl I bo a,Wcdhcn payment idcUjcd bf yond ix montns, in pincr cVmeonUnuotl until I arrc!rKcs aro III" wept at the option of tho Publisher. itTKS 1P AUVKUTISIXOi T.ivrvt Anvr.'nTtsEMENTS rcr pquarp of 12 TOM'S'"'1 . , . fl . l,,.,.rt im IH line? or km. ni ,.!,. u., rtu. The numlcr or iiiscnhmib mun mr i rortli-cments, or tlicy i 1 bo continul-d xW . .i.T nnlrrcil out. Transient ftdvcruscmcuw to ha pU for In advahec. ' , iiicr&t (Ucounl Hill ho made on tho bore rates to thoao advertising by tho year. LtaAt, Notices will bo Inserted at 12J cents per line. NEW ENG-LAND. The hills of New England How proudly they rlon. In tho wildneiw of grandeur, To blend with tho skies! With their far aznro outline, And tall ancient trees; New England, my country, 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. — 19 August 1864

90 TTTT5 T?ft I OXT TRAN8C R I PT. 10. THE TRANSpllPT. st. Albans. B 1VC returned toivoh OlllV i will fiunllv if t tlTc same i? "of ISioim jr.... . if rt. i qui vi' iroin tno uy v 'fiTit. If yrfh invest in this have no trouble. If there oWHc is libe frd .J iXATlO. Al. V.MO.V Til RUT. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOIHT, ( or ju.t.vUH. i For Vire President, ANDREW JOHNSON, ' ' , , . 01' TUt'NE&SHi:. , . , Presidential Election, NovetuWr Mil, 1801. r t is liberated from llis bondS' 5jiin.v youJwoulllToj ; ncdliy net of wnr; and the armies ifflj liheinmontF nnjl less 1 tlflf fiehLare J?ntitlikl tomll his assist loan, j ou mice in labor and lighting in addition ' 1H DO Na- In i1li iirmint- miiilnu nf tin. Ktntfiu. i tionni uanii at mum, any banker will ; l!th. This bidding and bantering for obtain it for yon without clnrge. and redruifiVwhitc aiid black, has delayed Address to Hie Women of a l"lv,y.pu UULUUSW&t cq)miit,tho.cnd,i.the roinforcaniont-of our- armios-at the oi MX inonlli...

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. — 19 August 1864

IB- iiid A QSt bet out e4 lay. sels nei east rcrs ben . the iced ebfl iked ceDt shot r lie plo- ttDll August 1-y. sT.tLB43fgi, Moa ItOST-OlTlCJS .NOTH'H. ' (r,t.omco open (Sundays excepted) from C n. " '1.JT; nn Sunday from 7 n. m. lo 8 a. in.; Mali?, llo'to'i through Mai! clones at 0.30 Xi$ M'nli'closcs at 0.30 i..m. rthmuiVloioN nt fi.30 a. in. Arrives nt & EthcrnwayMi U .11' , , Sr.uwm Mad cl. Mail clones at 8.00 a. ni. Arrives . A . ... ii ,9l9t'TII ones at u.uu . nn flinvraai 1 .!' '"' vi doses at 12.00 m. Arrives at tt, .Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and 111 ',"ans Day Mail closes at C.30 p. m. Ar- ' ... .i n, mlcnrtUf.1 liiitir of elnshilr. M ",i II V llllllll'.lt. I'lmlJlBBtpr. M ft 1Sf.l fi.tf. et vihiins. n . . . ;, i ,1.1., .nrtl,,.. hn 1.IaIW.X..I t Mjh cif kliady, iiKlnstrious aaww, as an . t; me prititinR business. . tW - il I'. to the priming uiuihum. VOTES. , ' . . v.. r i i rjrders for mo pniuing oi voiuh lor il, imltlj, IHIU HHIIU iow "i " . . 1 1 ffi'Ii J prom...

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. — 19 August 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. 0 o. l' J i t 1 Pi;. : -M' ft J1 1 n ..il M Wll armcw' gcpavlmcnt. Agricultural Etiquette. At tills ponson tlio denizen of ImviiR nnd cities swnrni into the country to sprinkled ovory spring, nnd wntor free ly nppliod ovory cvonuig in fine weath er. Krchange. frozen in tlio northern parts of tho world; this dny it oxpoBoth uh to bo shipwrecked nt sea, the next to bo ter rified on shore: and all this to oct n. jyAHlll, 101. Goods M joovvast iiiuiTiir.iis, sufliciont field fence can hii nlado with Cheap Fir.U) Foci:. A good and 1 tn-eat heap of wealth, which when wo n! 1-1.1 f. -. 1... ..!i1. !l ;i ...III 1 1..i .... ..:... IlllYO gOllOll, 11 Will Illlb IUI ua Ulljujr, so that when wo have what wo so im patiently hungered after, wo havo only nemiirnd n firpntor ncccssitv: beforo lert' to remember that this is tho busv 1 nine inches from tho ground; thon wo needed only what we had not, bnt 1141 IU i UUItJllJV . , - , ...1 1 rt , .... : il. lii uipIiph in wullh (...

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 September 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT: , . , . i ' 'f iirn 1. I. ST. ALBAjSTS, VT tfaTCDA-X SEPTEirBES 864. ' 2ST6.' So. Hli TRANSCRIPT. . , iJimikd every ntnuY jtHNUY A. CUTLER. T1.I,M 01' SlllMUIl'TIOV I ,,, , tin piii'i r Uirougli the Tost- .niiiitn. 1" vinnffc Bnni"criiiur ., r I'V the currier, so cenli in "wiii'iir nddedwlicn payment ,1 i moiilliH. , ., i, ,1 until nil arrtKirngoa are . . ,t ti,.n of the Publisher. nvriv OI' XDVIiUTISIXHl i iiMMtNrB.l'er squire of 12 - tr. for first ltutertion 73 . iii, nt itisertlot vvnU. lti'in mint ttO marked on , , i they will le OortttnliPtl 1 i.niM iit uUveitUuiuuntu tu in nut will to made rm tlie i , utMTttHiiifc by tho year. . .J In inHcrted lit 12J cents por feHE OLD CHURCH BELL. ' i iiy, uly, in the steeple tower, ,. L.irrull.v, , ntullj, ii. in her maiden lwwcr. in tin' fair Biimmur sty, -1 in-oii down fnm mi high; ii 1 ,ii tin' train moica along, ' Mut tin- mm shim tli on." l . ?t .1. ark, y ,i, . ami i .mly, f in tin steeple gray, i I mtuigluwly;...

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 September 1864

IPBMBBBBBBKiIii . . . - - ' " f 1 1 CI 93 - sr-str.tsr THE TRANSCRIPT. ST. idny. ALBANS. Hcpt. , lNO-l. - XATlO.VAIi 1'XIO.V TIC'KKT. for President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, CI' ILLINOIS. or Hcc President, v ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENXESS1X. ft rroBiilftitisl Election, November 8tli, 18GI. UXIOX STATU TICKUT. For Governor, JOHN GREGORY SMITH, or ST. AI.1UNS. For Lieut. Governor, s PAUL DILLINGHAM, of WATEnnunv. For Treasurer, JOHN B. PAGE, ' OF RUTLAND. ron coxunnss. Firtt District FnnDnmcK E. Wood ' r.mnoE, of Vergcnues. "Sedoiui District Justin S. Monuitx, of "Strafford. Third District Poutus Baxtiui of Der by Lino. Stato Election, September Oth, 18G1. man., A. M. Dickey is oh ' llio Com mittee on Credentials; George "SVaali burn on organization, and T. fiuld on Resolutions. B. H. ia ono of tho Vico Presidents; L. S. Pntridgo ono of tlio Secretaries. Tho delegation wero nil but ono for McClo'-lnn. " TTri ' WTOT TRANRCraPT. outset. Will it bring peace to minor I Rut suppose it takes ten ycars....

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 September 1864

Sept. g. THE ""TRANSCRIPT. ST. ALBANS. I'()ST-OKKIC15 NOT1CK. Pt-Onicc open (Sundays excepted) from 0 a. "inico'ofn on BnmUy from 7 a. m. to 8 a. ra.j lill" -lloi'tonoirMttil closes at 0.30 rlvrs at o.o'J p. ni. Vw VWk through Mail clones at 0.30 p. m. AToVrtl.erln7Jliff'clo at C.30 a. m. Arrives at Rnuil'crn way Mall closes at 0.00 a. in. Arrives trftt.?rnIaiati dvs nl c00 B-m ArrJvcs al X-rXitM Mail closes at 12.00 m. Arrives nt .""nrcift Mail doses at 12.00 m. Arrives at l noa m.. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and BMAH)ans Day Mail closes at C.30 p. . in. Ar- -letters for Mails must i ,,, m-oniptlv at tlio advertised hour of closing. si lbans. April 8, 180 I. o-u. WANTED at this Office, an intelligent Y ioiik Mn' of Blcft(,y' Industrious habits, as an .ppr-ntVo to the printing business. UNION TOW.V CAUCUN. fnvmen of fit. Albans arc requested to , . itirus, at the Town Hall, nn Saturday N ptrmbcr 3d, at CJ o'clock, to noinl aAidate fur Town Representative, to it. d al the ensuing ...

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 September 1864

Tip? EITCT7" "rJ?Z55!S&T?Tr .foopt. o pinners' gqiartmcnt. XT QTHtNO. TL. A5TliiJia lllllllUrO ... .... & licnp si lcnp KHbuui'UO'tiio Rrcnt Hnvinga nnm: of (ho funner. DoposiLs lnny lo liinile hero upon good interest, which wouhj only bo a mtllni:ti .ol30whciU'U.'iibre tiro miles of weedy hedge rows, neres of "Bwrilo liny, nnd tons of weeds grow ing Jill over tho country, which, prop erly treated, would yield thousands of dollars. Tho weeds, if left wlujro they lire, will bo worse ,tlmn,.wnMe3tthoir Seeds nro already ripeimuFfor n.ton fold or greater crop next year. them down before it is too Into, and compost them with lime and muck or manure. After tho swulo liny is all ficcurcd, to bo used as bedding and thus worked over into manure, drain tho spot where it grow, nnd "tame" " grasses may hereafter feel at hoine.and " make a bettor paying roturn. Much farm labor hardly pays in a pecuniary way, but labor upon tho 'manuro heap will return CO per cent, on its cost. Amer ican...

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 September 1864

THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. I MY Ml IT Vol. I. ST. VT, IFBXDA.'Y', SEPTIrBEK 6, 18G-1-. THE TRANSCRIPT. I'tllMSIlEI) EVr.ItY riUDAY jjy 1IINLIYA- CUTLER. THUMS II U" HUllfct'KIFTION I T , ,i, .,. r. iciviiiK tlif Vaiw through tho I'ohU nn, , si.7 pi r annum. To Village mil)cnbern r uu tin paver by thfi carrier, oo fcnu in id n will bi i-liargnt. y.fi. i . nts v,,r will be aililcilwhen payment , ,v. 1 1 yiiil nix months, v ! r (iw intituled until all nrrearnRCS arc at the option of tno ruunsner. KVTKS OF AIJVHIITISIXOI xmi nt Aivr.nTiREMENTs rcrsquaro of 12 ' . ,,t thm tvne. for llrst inwirtion 73 e'n'ti r each Hubsjequeiit insortiun, ctit. i i,ulT"f limeitions munt bo marked on i i-,niiuti, or thoy will bo continued i . ,,,( TratiMlftnt niircruacmelilH 10 ral discount will bo made on hi i ttioac auveniHiUK j mw juur. ..Sd ii T will beinnerted nl 12J cents per Tu . I' , ai 1 1 tr v the CELESTIAL FROLICS. ji un had put his night-cap on, Vi, J covered o'er liia hoftd, ,. n bi o ciinntlcus ...

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 September 1864

th:ii ve r to XT T3jAisrsa r r PT. THE TR ANSOMPT. ST. ALBANS. T'rlclny, Htpt. 1 1 HO-l. NATIONAL I .MO.V THICK'!'. For 1'reMdcnl, ABRAITAIVX LINCOLN vS or ILLINOIS. f . For Vtee President, Andrew joknsqn, OF TKXXlJKiEt. residential Klcctkm, N'orcnibcr 8th, 1801. I Organize for November. Whatever may havo been the dis- Ur&ctions in tho opposition party horo toforc, it is safe to assumo that they were, ostensbly, healed in tho wigwnm 'nTChicngo. Every newspaper that we kco gives us warning that tho oppo sitibnists aro on tho alert for tho No vember Election. Tho contest before us is ono of tho '' grandest contests that could occupy the thought or stir the heart of n froo man. Party lines must be drawn dis tinctly now. A man is cither for sup !''' pressing the rebellion or for yiolding lo tho demands of tho rebels, is cither for putting down tho rebellion by force ; of anils, or stopping it and running tho chance of a Southern Confedera cy, reconstruction, and a broken Union. "r 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. — 16 September 1864

I-1 .J1)'! Sept. 1G1 Viltloy. Hopf. i i wo t. POST-OKl'KH XOTU'TC. Post-Offlee il-n (Sundays cicoptcd) from 0 a. n,,miVoI!'.i"'i " H,m:lay frmm 7 n-,n-t0 8 m,i siJElii" lkit4n wwitsJKai:tl closes at 0.30 rN.'W i"kV,thnmKlVl'aU'cl.).os at 0.30 p. lit. A N,o7(h?ni7MS'el",;8 at 6.30 a. m. Arrives at C Southern way Hail closos at G.00 a. m. Arrives rnMail closes at COO a. ni. Arrives at 5'?)Xr"Vlil Mail cloaca at 12.00 m. Arrives at 'Vrcla Mail closes at 12.00 m. Arrives at p a m., Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and S MirA)l"ti Hay Mal1 c,osf " nt C-30 '' ,n Ar- ''VLtmVi'i'i. NoTicr. Letters for Mails Must i ,,i iiMmptly ai the adiortisedhour of closing. ), i prom. , N umj.fu Voai jIfl!ftl.r. , mi ,ans, April H, 1801. 5-tf. next nnnurtl sossiou of tlio Oraii'l ltoynl Arch Clmptor of'Vor ffl,,nt will bo held nt St. Albans on tho t,n,t "UY'lni'sday of October, 18G1, nt , , , lark, A. M., vhich will probnbly V, fully intended by roprosontntives fr -c. the thirteen subordinnto chnptoiu 1 1! H...

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 September 1864

, mi ii i B lit 103. TI-IE VERMONT TRANSCRIJT. Sfept. 16. nnttS 5f)arltUf(. jpnrnlion. Vo uso litem constantly in -r r-JTJ.-i" this wny for llicfio meals. For dinner they nro tlio bost stowticl, but they should always bo strained before Bend ing to tho table. Gennantuwn Telegraph. Golden Utiles for Amateur Gardners. "When watering, particularly newly planted crops, in dry weather, givo a good soaking of water nt tho roots, and in all mild weather sprinkle over tho vliolo plant at tho Banio timo, to pre vent excessivo evaporation. Liquid Manure for growing vcgctablo crops may bo riven twice each week, "What Aoe may a Mas Attain? Buffon considers that with proper care tho maximum need never bo less than ninety or a hundred. Hallcr, who has collected ti great number of examples DIIUU 8TOI11S ing attained tho ngo of 100 to 110 ; sixty of 110 to 120 ; twenty-nino of 120 to 130 ; fifteen of 130 to 140 : six of M0 to 150 ; and one of 109. It has been woll said that with our customs, our pa...

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