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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 8 May 1868
THE VERMONT TRANSCRIPT. May 8. The Farm and Garden. Chinese running. v.rrvx;noncIent calls attention to a fafflSte the industry and ingenS-of the Chinese. All alonK r.wct 7i steel) Bliores. and even SoJSSn rite made tillable by a rem of terraces. The front or elope "i ace thus obtained is devoted to nus iiic vegetables and general products of thewfi. Only one kind of becd or crain, however, is planted on the fame nnce and no two spaces produce the ue' vegetable or cereal. Thus the traveler has present ed a niountai n side frimred with diversified vegetation. How? of peas, beans, turnips, carrots, vines, &c, rise in regular series until the summit is attained. The flatorbot toni land immediately on the coast is Invariably devoted to rice. Their sys tem of irrigation is complete, and all the lands devoted to this crop can be ea-ily overflowed. Hop Calf nrc In California. Daniel Flint communicates the follow ing in regard to the culture of hops in Sacramento county : "I have fifty ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 May 1868
T 1; J ...Jl ' lilt III ,, mi .I,,,, Umtl, II H ,B, Mil ll ! , ml .1 J Ul- Ill Ml IWIWIIl Hill IN II II ! Ml I IM I I Vol. V ST. A.L13A.JSTS, VT., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1S6S. jSTo. 216. THE TRANSCRIPT. ; ! BLISHED EVUtT FIIIDaV. WILBUR y. DAVIS. "PITOlt AND VnOPKIKTOR. TtllKl OF l KSl ;UIrH . - i--iiu the pat r through the l'o-t- j.oii ;.. ' a-nnui. T.i Village subs -.ib. 1 'i jH.r lj tlie . arucr, 0 ccl in i ', i-hfr. . ;- .. r w M 1- ail.li ,1 a lien payment -IX )l!.!ltll. it'im. ii until all rr. ..nig. s .ir--. ;. .ii tin- option il tbt 1 ulli-lier. MTKS OP tUVEllHIIMIi V.vFiui-'KJtrNTs. - Per Bepinre of t tin- t-. p'.lor first mst rtiou SI, , jn. -it i - i tw'i. -cn. .1 .'f i"-ii;.'!,s liiiift Ik' iuji kcI ..ti - ,i ii will b.- conlii.uc-1 . .i . r l r 1 -i. '.t ii(l.i-rtiwr.ioiit t.i ..! .!.. . ' i.U .1.-. . j.t ill be- mad.' on t!i. , - i i tl. -. .! riismg h the-yi ar. S.i! ; i mi1 1" lTisoitcd ' 15 ..!'- i BUSINESS CARDS. i ,-,1.- .V ( ; i ...i . t .filers n uroe n. - X' . ; ' UfS...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 May 1868
TEDE VERMONT TRA2STSQRIPT. May to. NSW GOODS 2: THE TRANSCRIPT. - Friday jlsi l5' 18G8- Thr Coming Campwgtu On tli.- -""th of ilie present month the llepuMifan National Convention Avill meet at t'hiero to nominate candidates to be supported by Bepublicans for the offle' f President and Vice President of the T iiiU'd States, mid to put forward anew a platform of principles. Then.' euii !' '.'..loubt that Cm. T K.Grant vill he tl. choice of the Convention, a he is : i people, for the first office, and we si roI' trust t,lat tue sironS nali l of that true patriot, Hannibal Hamlin, v, ill m letted for the n-cond. Tin Democracy, or K-.ithiisbcen mer. ,,, ,K called in view of it- halfsi.p- jnirt o, Mr. J oh noon, and in view of on: dfitn ' i.aiacierisijes, ui'- jmijimu-" putj will makeits nomination of stand ;,rl l i ..rein hi New Yrk, on the 4ih ,n" July, according li the issued call. v .uiiik that policy will dictate t' , tt ,..rt v the nomination of a western i ...n,' ami that Mr. Pcnd...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 May 1868
V ft iiflftSBg. ;, ,Jtff'i -?Sftpa(MNf 3HCf V3UgBaCWia J . HIE TRMSORIPT. Fii.lay, :U;ij 15, 1S8. Local Items. ,t and U cents here, but this 1 ' , .-. 1V, Ui j ume remark "died at Salisbury , - l.n.Ph into our market on N. C. while aprisoner ttvnJ'lSSt. ; ., o , and had the efloct to make cd in ta plaee. Yom.tr Rou-lov I, " , ,-! inn We. i. i-i wet k "the article" Hl,k:,. was, ; Jughapr.ee as the , enough elothing to keep him comfort .t..: doaI.,- nW,voJ andinan.vlatH Ala Other prisoners in I the same con iJ.. 1- l-ruva. At the 1)rcsent d.tion were induced by promise of bet , !,,1. n,. ,a.v ap.ni venture t tor fare to enlist in the rebel service ,lu-.rl,rui, l.uttcra.dc down, with- i Young Rowley was advised to do the . j.knIucuir a financial crisis in the , same, but notwithstanding all that was : : , , , f , . j said he refused, saying that he would . last year's cheese were ! die, as he did, rather than do it. Some ., h.-.uilit nu.rk.-t, aiid,ldi parokd prisons who left Salisbury...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 15 May 1868
J ""Tare" r''1' " 4: The Farm and Garden. ifrlciilfural Hems. . table fqwonfulof coarspsnlt dropped on each hill of corn, eoon after planting, is far batter to keep off eut-worms than s-oakinc the corn in gas3 tar. I he salt i carried down by the rains, and act as n fertilizer, beside destroying the worm. I nleiheeoaponisvory vt the coat inc of the tar interferes with thoabsorp ion by the corn of the m(-wary mois lurc forperminsition. . fanner -avs that couRhiiif; in homes m tausi 1 1 the fine l"-t in the hay, .li tacht d Ii pulling it through a rack. Take aw: tlx rack and feed from a l.montin' iI'Mii nnd the coughing will . va-o. po f inm r will not rely on hi ii "ifihl'-r ;"r tin- tools iiecc-snry for his t.uslno- ""r fT feed to plant which he ,n ! v U ra'-- for hinw'lf. i t r. jiort of the Di'iartinent of V'ricuiiaiv for March i- an article pre . i ' tint, tlii-1-needy recovery of the cotton ' wit inti-nM in the South. riie u,-iituiin f a F unier' Club in : h n i: v.ow destitute ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 14 August 1868
i Vermont Vol. V. Transcript. I tie ST. AJLBAJSTS, VT., FEIDAY A.TTG-TTST 14, 1S6S . . A . 2sTo. 2:39. THE TRANSCRIPT. Friday, August M, ISGS. FOBLISUKD EVERT FRIDAY. WILBUR P. DAVIS, Proprietor. Wilbur P. Davis, 1 ... ALMONT BaHXRS, " ial'0"v!- TKItSIN OP SlTlIS"OKHTIO. : r tl.-H..- receiving the paper through the Post- ,,,., . stf.oo per initial. To subscriber . ,.,ni'if.' the Japes' ly the carrier, fiOceui. ju ,, i.ii will le charged. ' ;ft t 'cut a year will be added when payment . ,j, ' beyond tax months, y, .'djwr discontinued until all arrearages are , , jit t the option of the Publisher. K ITES OP ADVBltJ'ISIXG : . v -i est AnvKUTisEJiEXTH. rer square of 12 ,r n-x-5. f this t fur fast iusertioii SI, , .1, li e!jlviu-.'t insertion, S cciitK. miuiU-i f rti'ina inust be marled ou i.. rti". nil n! .:' thy will be continued i out. TianMciit advaftiMtnent- . ,1 fir l.' :i'H .In . . f a kml .liwiimt will bo made on the . ri's to !!.' adv.-rtistag by the yer. i ii Son. i:s will l"- ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 14 August 1868
u in VERMONT teansoeipt. 1 ! SB s. ' THETJ?,VJfSCRn,T. ST. ALBANY VT. : Friday. Principles not Men. M.-n are n-mioran structures upon the few of the earth, with poor till w, ov. n to their own cxMouce, while prin c nh - an- immortal and endure forever. Pnnui.l.-uiUTinM the fabric of rov ,.!. lit and an- the -im foundations up nvhifli every jicpuuiicau wnuui . . i i .1 .rll'(rI)I)H nti nacci. .tiennrc v.uuuun.- Stai.-ii.i-n ami oirV-r- of the povorn m Tit in j.--.'l-or(ion a- they accept there prneipl- s and adop' them as the rules ofte .r political lives. A beautiful man, at. ,.. ih tongued man, a rich or poor mn i mnot fill his position in the con rmtionof tlie government to the -at-j.fti -lion of the people whom he serves, unls he acts in harmony with the prim :'!- upon whi'h the government N funded, and ha the moral courage under all circumstance- to swerve not a jiartK i- from the right. A S!."!e--man is one thinjr.a selfish pol itician i- lamentably another. Wliile the x aluabl...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 14 August 1868
Alglist 1-4. TELE EfRMOlSTT TRAJSCPIIFT. 3 riffi TMNSGiiiir. ST. ALBANS, VT. : Friday, Auzust 14. ISOS. Local Items. IJCTTEit. As wo predicted last week, the inurket ha- been very well fllled and butter h: oome tkvw n in price with a falling off in the demand. At ltmst an average quantity was brought into this markoi t.-Jay, and prices ranged from 30 to 3.) rent, the latter figures be ing the highest paid, as far as we can a-'-Ttaiu. serial In , ! LIi"ni,,n ! ZnT during T " " mond, during oxcunaon in the Tin: st .ve ston- of 1). M. W alker A: ' on Main Street wa burglarihly en-t-rvil on Thurwlay. the money drawer w.t- br.keiiopon and the contents to the .linount of only fifty rn was carried iayb tile thieves. 1 his is Mippo.-cd to have been the work of lnys who are !K.v in t r:iniiiii- for the JMonii School a! Walerbiiry. Vl.RMo.N-T CKNTRAI. RAILROAD. Two hundrcl :hh1 .-( v en' . n !oall ire'.Ahle.r- le: !. Aiban-i an.Tlvsix .iuiK-ii.ni on Satuida,, , going South over ;l.e Wnmihi Ce...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vermont transcript. — 14 August 1868
TEDE VERMOZSTT TEAISTSOEIPT. 4. Agricultural. Tti a tjtMRXT I? CONDUCTED BY 1 1 1 i w.-- ORVILLE S. BUSS. jnffoti. Snmovcaw ago foradiorttime wo re- Hided In .Milton, and we yes onlay took a our through a portion of the town to " note of the improvements and renew our acquaintance with Individ .....i jviim onoe familiar. wsii, the rapid but healthful growtl nf the villas known as -Milton Falls, . i- iiv rail or otherwise are all ira "-"-- familiar, ai.dof this it lsnot our purpose ... .,-rit-Iiut naseinj'down Leather Lane n.1 in) Gimlet Hill on to the plain soutl from the Falls the fnvt thing that meets ,7. nnderiiiir view ol uic reuirneii u-andi'ier is a corn-field of eighty-three awes where fifteen years ago wax an un broken forest. Joseph Clark, Esq., the then owner, ha." removed the fotesl and oId the land, consisting of t-evcral hun dred acres, to 121L lianium, Esq., who has converted it into "smiling fields of waving grain." Unfortunately Mr. Itanium was awny and we were unabl...