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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 January 1866

County Cierk a. s BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING-, JAN. 5,1866. NUMBER TWENTY EIG-HT VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL.XIf. NEW TEARS' ADDRESS 01 TBS BUnOGTON- FREE PRESS, JiXCART 1, 108. Happy New Tear ! Fatter Tics Bring? ns to another year, Brings the Carrier -with his rhyme ; Will it please y on stot and heir J 'Tit a queer machine Time drives, -Grinding out the Jays anil hours Spools that wind np all ear lives And be weeks with H his powers. Merer wee he Vases hoW. Tuning Handily ho waee4, er looks at who grow oW, ,V'cTrcait( what say fed. Oabr.at the weeks WW the Vw i nearly Jnf Paster flio hw wbed staBt i fc hastens to : Ham a moment drives it dower, JNfcojiM Mother Tear : Let m look the oU oa o'er And see wht wonders there apfr. If over Tour deterred the suae Use past we my eventful oaH ; TwoaH take a wlwe,-Bay a sesre. To tell its marvels one and alL The bloody battles of the Spring Wnipohjii, oad iaarbes, ouptared tM Of NW strongholds sod of men OT Davis oad his motley crew. Whore...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 January 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING JAN. 5, 18GG. ghc dfra $ress. CEO. W.k K.C.BENEDICT, EDITORS 1S TBOriUETOES. IlCItLlXGTON : FRIDAY MORNING JAN. lSCfi. .THE FREE PRESS FOR 1800. TTlthtlia cot Tear, the Dailt Tair Fstssvraj eU-od by the addition of a eolcsa to each pr,s, ThiJ Increase cf a fifth In il will enable ci to,add noticeably to the amount and Tirlttrcf cur readla; matter i U rive increased rpac to onr teleraphlc news -, to giTe more atten tion and additional room to local intelligence and Stale Items.aad to do fir beUer'ustice to car adver tiser!, nhote favors hare so often during the pait year been crowded Into supplements if not crowded out altojetber by the pressure on car columns, With which Improvement?, and with & lirter dr. elation, both Dally and WeeViv-, than any oiler paper In thli rcio3, the Fre Parii will be an un nraHcd medium frradveitUers. In order to thcss changes, we hate enlarged our esublbhmect, by taxing for oar own bosinen the lower floo...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 January 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, JAN. 5, 1866- pup Ixtter Sjle. The great sale ol frit, accumulated through the jear in Jf. pad Letter ufiicc was commenced on c aniay. Over half the immensa catalogue -tides ol jewelry, largely of the "dol jr'Sfoit, but with "sprinkling enough of tbc genuine to induce a lively competition, t pnards of -threo hundred articles in the collection arc packages of latent medicines, lu EUbw va in i ) j u - i "3 oils, old school ana new school, allopathic, homececathie.ThomrcniaD. eclectic and all sort, for tr. relief nf rvMT naiadT known to man or woman There arc over one hundred fiftr pold funtiTosed to bei watches on the catalogue, and no end of drawn liom Mexico. This is in consequence silver watches. Also, an indescribable med-1 of an understanding between the French and ley of all the varieties of wares known to American Governments, that when France civilization. Amongst the odd articles thus ! leaves Maximilian to himself this Govern n...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 January 1866

THE B UKLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. ,TAjST. 5, 1866. New Publications. Hawer'b Magazine for January, contains ' another chapter of " Armadale." an article made up irom a work the Harpers have in piesa, " the Northwest Passage by land," illustrated with fifteen larc and nc wood cuts, three little focus, illustrated, the commencement of a short story " An Inter national AUair " "o. I of cn eff ay on Holidays," and a number more of intcr Clting articles. The publishers announce that the " 3Ionthly Bcccrd " is to bo so ex tended as to present a careful sketch of the doings of Congress, the present scs'ion. For sale by Fuller. Field, Gcneoat, Hosru.iL and Puifox ; by Mrs. P. A. Hanaford. Bos-ton ; Dinsmoor 4 Co. This work appears to be a compilation, from letters of army coircspondcnte, books, newspapers and other sources, of tketches ett interesting scenes of the wjr. The author announces it as her intent thereby to keep in memory some of the heroic deeds of dar ing, the Chr...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 January 1866

'maty Gcrt '..18 VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON, VT FJRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 12, 18GG. NUMBER TWENTY NLNE Poetry Wind the Clock. Warden, Tina the clock again ; Mighty years are going on. Through the shadow and the dream, And the happy hearted dawn. Wind again, wind again, Fifty hundred years are gone. Through the harvest and the need. Wealthy June and dewy May, Grew the new year from the old, Grows to-morrow from to-day. Wind again, wind again, Who can keep the years at bay . Four-and-twcnty conjurers Lie in wait on Land and tea. Plucking down the startled ship, Bud-embroidering the tree. Wind again, wind again, We have neither ship nor tree. Four-and-twenty kings to come Up the never Ticant stair, Four-and-twenty dead go down ; Follow, sacred song and prayer. Wind again, wind again, Warden, why delaying there? To his interrupted dream Comes the long-entreated day. What are lesser words to bimT Sweet pursuing voices say, " Warden, wind, wind again. Up the eer glden way." O...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 January 1866

THE FltEE PRESS 131111 .INOTON VT., FIUPAY MOKXINO. T N 1-2. IHOO. a -it.. - ill ........ OEi). W. A. C. C. UU EDICT, IVIfsrf a PftfrUtttt. FRIDAY MORNIM. JAN. 12. 16f6. THE FIir.E PRESS Kon 1SG0. ""TTISiili. nrcr Vear, th Patit Tari I-nsiwas enlvrf by- tbo adMitum -of a culcaa to rch pairs 'ihli increase cf a Cflh la jlio will -.tenable -si fa'acM noticea-!- to the amircat and variety of ocr rca-ilngmittcr f toslve icreasai ;tpr.c. to car telraj,h!e neirs -, to sire core attn- 1 lira and additions I room tnlccal eal lniel!irtcand Sttel:ea..aadtodoarhetterJu2tIeetocir0Jr. -.i.r.'. " u.' , i j ... I..... tur. lw fivers tare so clca iur.5:; the past year lca crowded Into topplcmen'.lf sot crowded uut altosether by the prtsisreoa tar colomcs. With wLtfh imprcveintti. and with a, l.rgtr tir- calatlon, hcth DaUj aud. tTeeily.tkAn any ttbfr MWrlntMar-rkji.th6EiiiK Pars i will Le n im. hi crccr to the?. chaBe'Awe havo n'iz& xir cet&MUbiaent. tak's roroarowr. ',naraea .tfce" lower d...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 January 1866

T THE B URLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-. JAN. 13. 1866. MVh A Colored Remedt. A gentleman in Ala' ama, in exerting bimselt one day, felt a tajjen fain, aud fearing his internal aa chiucry bad been thrown out of gear, tent fur a negro on lnt j.bntation, who made eanie prctenii,iis to medical skill, to pres cribe for him. The negro having investigat ed the cause, prepared and ediniiHetcrea a do.-e to his patient with the utmost confi dence of c spcedj cure. Xo relief being experienced, however, the gentleman sent for a physician, who. ca arriving inquired cf the segro wh.it medicine he had given to his master. Bob promptly replied, "Rosin and alum, sa-:" What did you give then tor 7" continued the doctor. " Why," re plied Bob, " d; alum to draw the part to gether, and de rosin to fodder them." The patient eventually recovered. We commend Bub's medicine to the doc tors of the ailing Union. Gen. Grant's alum has already drawn the parts togetLcr, and bow all that is needed is t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 January 1866

mm mi ii-rirm- sT f- t THE BURLINGTON, V-T. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING J ATT. V2, 186G. if, pit i r r (I' ll .Meteorological Tnble, December, 1BG3. BT TROT. MC'K. I'"" XogALrrr. Univertity of Vermont Lat. 41 27 long. 73 1IT I Elcv atlon abot elide-water St? feet above Like CLemplata ITT feet- Horiia or OrsEBViiios 7 A. II.. 2 1". ll.JT-M. - i lUtiKUUB'"- Exitn. roEct or wim. 7 a.x.2 r.HS r.x.(ineu.).7A.x. 2r.. r.x. 29.14 SI VI ".4SNW2 M "-69 WI bWl .fl TiW3 S3 .s6 NW4 MV3 .63 NWI MV1 " .35 SW2 V.V2 .siHtva rw3 '. S2 SI M NWS W SW' SW1 NttJl" MV1 6 , NWl 4 NW4 6 NW 4 NEl T 1 NEl 10 bWS T SW3 NWI l NWI ' Nl 1 ne. 4 NEl 1 NWI 5 SW4 10 NEl 1 NW2 7 SE1 3 SU3 2 SWl 9 bVVI 6 !W2 6 N'3 HI NEl 9 MVS a XEl 9 SWl 5 3 t S 6 ! 13 36 14 0 15 21 ,6, 10 3 i9 re 21), 31 2lJ IC 22 19 23 -2 21' 3 20 I J 26 31 ' 25 IS 2, 2 30 7 31 II .S3 NEl Nfcl " .Til S2 SW2 .76 SWl -.71 NWI .77 NWI .OS SEl ' .6 SEl .82 NEl ".22 SK3 SS NW3 J9 sWI " 73 NEl 34.10 NEl 29.42 S ".33 aW4 " S.7 SWl " .41 SWl " .71 NEl " .S3 ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 January 1866

Conor 9 c;. BUELINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 19.1866. VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. NUMBER THIRTTY P o c I r y l From tbe Trenton Monitor. i. o n r. oil i; . iT KATE HCKSTls CKARV. I am just as lonesome as I can be, A heart that w heavy and thoughts at sea: T..e crickets ting load and tfca elaai" lay rnia. And I sing to my heart this cm refrain I am just lonesome at I can be Ob, hoK I wish yon were here with me ' l'ark and gloomy abort ii the sky. In jtowt blaMa the wind gees by, And loose little crickets out in the siass Over it all are chanting high mass ; And I'm jat as lunis -nic as I rsn be Oh, how 1 wish you were hen with me ! If yen were here I wouldn't care Whether n raiurtl or 11 'twere lair. For the wind that blows, the crickets that sing, Wouldn't care dr a smgle thing : But now I am lonesome at I can be Oh, how I wish you were here with me ! For yen'd get nearer the loader 'twould blow,; Just to keep the wiod off me, yon know. And I never could bear to b&ir cri...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 January 1866

THE FREE PEESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 10, 186G. Kilt Jm il'Cii!i. FKIDAV MORNING JAN. 19. 1SCC. TIIK WEEKLY FKKE PRESS. The Bi-blkctos WnKtr Frix Tems U jwibUsh tjteiy Friday morales, and contain tbe latest newi ; report ol Boston MirteUaadCaailiriJse Cattle MarVet ; full Etale.Ccunty and loral Intelll EttcT'U lectd MlictlHsr. ie-. it So eaic and outlay willl f parcd-to mile U-a leliaJe. ic tereftlns and valuable family journal. Tic circulation of the Fnnt rnxsrexeesds Oat of any pil r In this reen, and It is, therefore, an unrivalled medium for aimtiser. We desire to give additional attention to tie heal ntt. tf tbe various towns in this andadjoinin; Counties, in which oor WceUy has a neroo dr eolation, and shall esteem It a favor if our friend, will forward us any itemi or Interest- Trnvs or im YYkklt Keei nM5-r" '"r 2 in ad vante. and if not itrletly In advance, I Uo. The Military System. Bills arc in preparation by Congress to protidefor the maintenance ot a regula...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 January 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 19, 18GG. News Items. The Kichinond Times earnestly calls upon tbc Virginia Legislature lo pcn6ion rebel lo'icrs who were crippled in the service. A carious motion was made before Judge S-hcrland in 'cw York last week, being no l.-j than ti) comnel Itcv. Antoinc Vcrrcn, ltorof the French Episcopal church du St. isprit, to call a meeting of his vestry and rresidc thereat. It was denied. A worran in Marengo, Wayne & Co., 2. r., who left bcr child alone two days in the recent cc Id tnap. without Crc or nourish ment, the child iking in consequence, has been held for murder. Mies Harriet Line, who dispensed the hospitality of the White House durin;; the administration uf Mr. Iiuchanan, was mar ried at Wheatland, on Thursday, to Edward Johns-ton, Etq., a banker of Baltimore. Mr. Iiuchanan gave away the bride. Of the 9,000 pott oEees in tbc ditloval States, about 2,000 have been reopened. Nearly 300 of thcec have received potd inittms...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 January 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. JAN.- 12, 1866- Attuspi io .swfstxiiK Sesitok Wade. ! On WciiDcwJav netiinjr. between S and 9 ' o'clock, a man of umuuallv Ur?e jiroportions called at the rer-idenee of lion. lUrri. is . Wade, V. S. Senator for Ohi., and asked to , see thc Senator. He was t-bown up to ilr. Wado" roira. After hcing tented he ftatcti that lie wan trying to Dhlmu cmplovuKiit in the 0. 5. Xavv" rj asked .5r. Wade to rin a. Tpcr . of recumicendntivn, in order to further site , ohjtct. Mr. Wade rehired to do eo, savins DC am not Know mm. After li'tcninc to the reply, tlic strange vjsltor, whose phveiognoiny .Mr. Wade dc scribon a ringularlv malicious and brutal, looted at the Senator withn tigniSeantsc-wl which thc Utter plainly interpreted as mean-' ir misehief. At this juncture of tbc in- anadjimngroom, armed l.imtrlf with a I loaded pinul and qoietlv returned into tbc room when., the laD Vas ritt.nj;. After looking at each other in eilrn-c, tlie man be- , ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 January 1866

VOL XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON, VT FEIDAY MORNING, JAN. 2G I8GG. NUMBER THIRTY ONE poetry (From the N". V. Evangsllit. One l Ckrit's Little Ones. t umt.. r. rniBT. It m just at dusk of ma Autumn day, Tbt ooe of (Thrift's little eras threaded her way Thro' the crowded streets of tbe city's din. The clothes about her were ragged and thin; Tbe little face pepped fiom the hood so torn. And like the old clothes, it tru weary sad worn. Thousands and thousands parsed tbe war That the little one took. " going home " that day. Tbe minister, dressed in hi good warm clothes. Passed her rieht bv! IW little he knows, When he prays for white robes his people to clad. That one of Christ's lamba wanders Baked and sad, Hundred of children be baptism riven To the Good Shepherd who waithth in heaven, Monday aehool teachers, woo ones reneariou, "Suffer the children" that dear little terse All passed on their way. Not ooeof them knew That she waa ont of Christ's little ones too. Not long ere...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 January 1866

THE FEEE PRESS BDELINGTON VT., FRIDAY MOBNINO. -TAX. 2G, I860. GEO. W.4- O. G.BENEDICT, Eintor-s AMD rsorBiETORS. FRIDAY MOCKING JAN. 36. 1SCC. THE WEEKLV I'llEE I'll ESS. Tnz EriiLixciox Wiiklt Fbie Pbessii publish ed every Ft Idayraornln;. and contain the latest icil ; rcpurti cl Cotton Markets and Canikrldjre Cattle Market i Tall Etsle.County and local intelli sence ; well selected Miscellany, 4c, ae. I'o care and outlay will be spared to raaie it a rellale, in temtloE and valuable family jonrniL The circulation of the Fszz Piess eiowdilhit or any piper In this regUn, and It is. tkerefcre, an nnriralled medium for advertisers. We detirc to give additional atleaUon to the Itcattttm of the various tenia in tbis ar-d a4joinin Couaties. In which our Weekly has a ntUMrotu dr eulatlon, and shall esteem it a farorir our friends will forward us any Herat of interest. Team or ih Wszklt Fbe Ppiss xr year 2 in advance, and if notftrletlrin advance, 2.60. The scheme for Equalization oi Hount...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 January 1866

TI-IE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 26, I860. lUKnuK Ipovm.vT8. It appears from n lcctrt report of Gen. Dcrancld, Chief En j..;iKlr I -S. A , that of $13,171,157 ap- l.itcd liv Conj-rrta in Ei years lor harlor and river improveracnte. crovuit reoeiud $121,000. The estimates now miU- aijtud to Conpws call for n approf1""1 of $2T,r.72 for the extension and repair of the breakwater in our liorbor at Kurlington, which hag ctt thus rr $ 103.5(H). ItECEirut or f Miraisnioi state. Hon. S. I Carj enter baa declined tbe receiver ship ol tbe Mis-isiooi Bank, and it is said Mr. P- H- VVtad, f Sbeldon, is to tare the aipointmcnt. .: oi Cold W rTHE. Punch notes the following ngt,e ot a cold reap. When yon think that yon don't know whether tbe firrt bell has been rung, or not When it strikra vou that foar watch ts at least ten rmnules fast; and so if yon get up when tbe ni.uute hand i "at a quarter to," vou il be m capital tune. That if you oocld only be taken oat of be I to , !...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 January 1866

mi i i t rmirTiTr-tnfififir r- '- THE B UKLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, ,TA2. 26, 180G. f Tisboxt Politics TnE Second Coxcses SIC.nal District. A gossipping letter, dated at Bellows Fall;, appeared in tbc Springfield IltpMiccn list week, which hag attracted Folic attention, raainly from its foolish spec ulations cn tbc eabject of tbc succession to Mr. Morrill, tn tbc Second District, in case that gentleman sees t to decline another re election. We copj tbc writer', listof can didates : As Mr. Morrill retires at the close of the pre sent CtLtrress to be a candidate for the Senator- ship, there is to r a free fight in the second district. At last accounts there were no less thin sixteen candidates in the field, with prefects of increasing to atrigale before the . ..;. t: . : : T .. T .. .oavcniioaai nunc niTcr .uu.uuii. iu .iuij. Owing to the senatorial candidates residing in Orange and Caledonia counties, there Trill be but few candidates for representative from that part o...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 February 1866

VOL.. XXXIV- NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BUELINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. Q, I8G6. NUMBER THIRTY TWO 1 he IioIe Story. When J" s;xtn. 1 wa kcot OBvBtdtfbempVnsUnt. tt tirenty-five, J0" thought that Lc foment as District Judge would be. At thirty, be was much tilted When Mayor of Frogtown he wis nominated. iiut booties! all the nomination, IIis rival Tbompking gained the station. At forty-fiie hU dreams had fled ; Hop: and Ambition both cere dead. Wheu from his toils he tonal bis release. He died a Justice of the Peace. O youthful heart, so high and bold. Thus is Iky brief. sad story told. JIi.ceIIaisy. STAPLl.I'OKl) CiiA.VCK . It was the Siturdav alteration before Christ mas Day, nearly two years ago, when tiiy sis brotl.c:r. 1.11 younger than myself, and I were bating on our iquire's fisb-pond. We had been skating since dinner, and it was imt till tlw wintry daylight was licginning tu wane that the recollection rushed acres; roe that 1 bad entn.U forgotten to do a cum in it im iny inot...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 February 1866

THE FEEE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 2, 1SGG- LI ceo. w.Si a. c. HKMiDnrr. EMT0RS A5P raOrBIKTCVB. TBIDAY MOBX1NG JTB. 2. IMC. THE U CEKLT FREE I'RESS. Tax Ecblwoios Whelt Fan Paissis rmUlJli J every FiWay ecizIei-. ar-d ccntali! the latwt news ( reports ol Cotton Markets and Carairttge Cattle Maiket j fall Stte,Ccimtr and loral intelll jinre i well selected Miscellany, c , ic. No care atd outlay will be spared to rnaie It reliable, In teieitlm and valuaMe ramily Joumsl. The circulation of tbe Tkzz Pr.r?5 exceeds that cr any par In tils regln, and It is. thertSje, an unrivalled medium for advertisers. We deilre to give additional attention to tie lecalntut of the various toitn in this and adjoining Countlci. In which oar VTeeAly has a nuraerouidr ealatkn, and shall ettecin ita favor If our fnaads will forwarj us an- item of interest. Trans or mi Wieslt Fata Pps per Jr i in advance, and If net ftrletlr in advance, $2.59. The Temper or the Southerners. Trustworthy evide...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 February 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING FEB. 2, 16GG. I'crsonnl. PfssosAL.-Licut. I. Davison, U. S. armj, who for more than a year past lias been an as-i'tant to Col. Autt'tnc. as Mus'j; anl Dis bursing officer in the State, is to be relieved on the let of February, and will then pro ceed to Florida, where he if a.'ficcd to duty as Commissary of muster, on the staff ol General Foster. Capt. Kichard.-on, ouiamanding the coni iDj of HuDCOfi's Corp in this State, is at pan j present on General Court Martial duty in Boston. Rer. E. . Hersuk, has accepted a call to ibc rsutorate of the Congregational church in Colchester. Mr. Derrick is a graduate of the ITniicreiti of the class of '5G. He was a line officer of the 15th Vt. Repmcnt through its term of service, leaving the pul pit for the array from motives of the purest patriotism, and is a gentleman and chiistian of fine culture and true worth. Rev. I. K. Dv islu. of Sacramento, for merly of Vermont, and a graduate of the Universi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 February 1866

i THE FREE PBESS BURLINGTON VT., FKIDAY MORNING, FEB. 2, 18G6. pr I f rs 57 1 .1 ftiufe and SanUunrc. i skates: skates:: A lsx;c tfcoftncct tf SKATES OF AIaIj SIZES, Qualities- ami price - All Straps with ,Uest luetics. AT WIIECI.ER & RIPLEY'S. J E W KLRV. B R i: I N 1 C ' s Improved Ititisccd Oil, rplIE manufacturer of this article dotlre to call X tin atintiu of dealers in PA1NTB and Oils, UAtl and CARRIAGE Bl'iLPERS, alto dlAIC S1A.NUPACTURERS, to it Efficiency, Durability Reams of rir.i-.lt when used in combination frith any Faint 01 Var-nWi. The inventor ol this Iuprvvernrnt, altar many yearsof study and experiment uponth naturearid properties or unseed uu, mi succeeded In greatlr lr creasing those properties, which rtader L'nseed uu llo only true ant efficient paint oil. ISksitio's Im-BOTxo Li.vgrv.DOiL It a Self-Drying Oil, and readily unites with White Lead. Zinc, ana any (Toiered Faint, insameproportionsaa Raw Lintoni OB. It I net affected by age or expose, and will nei...

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