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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 August 1866

VOL. NEW SERIES VOLXII BUKLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3 I8GC or TUB V.lUIOI'S TltADKS 1 I.I.I XCS. BT MILES O'REILLY. of til tbc trades that mm mar call I'npleassnt and offensive. The Editor's is wont of all. For Ik is ever pensive; His leaders lead to nothing high, Hit columns are unstable. And though the printers sake him pi. It does not suit his table. The Carpenter his course is plane, n bit is always nar him. He augurs einj hoar of (tain. He chUels and none jeer him; He shaves, yet is not close, tber say. He always get his luard air ; Full of wise ears, be bores away. And so be swells his hoard, sir. Ft- Crispin's son tbc man of Has awl tilings at control, air; He waxes wealth; in bis views, But ne'er neg'.ec's his sou, sir; His is indeed a heeling trade. And wben we come to rating The toe-tal profits he has made. We find his ends are bating. The Tailor, too. give- fits to all, 1 et never gets a Lasting; Hi- cabbages, however small. Are most delicious tasting; His is hea...

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. — 3 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON Vt. FREE lli-S, FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 3, 18GG. tc Jra jrss. CEO. W.Jc C. CIJCNEDICT. zsitocs Ann raorsiinoes. FRIDAY MOBKISt AUGUST 3. ISCG. TIIK WKKKLV fit 1 K 1'ItKS TBI Ecbluctox Wuur Fata Priss is pub litlied every Friday isominj, and coaUise tlie latest . ,, .1... .jr.. . stacwf t report ofBten markets arm Cam- Z . . i . r . . r. j !! Cjttle Market ; fall rHite. County awl local i ,, ' . . ... ' , brW. t.11l -f-riv : Hell felMtcd JI iSCellaBy. &C , AC veare . atlay will he ipirel to mate it a rs i!.lc, intere-ntnc t . va'uaMe famfl Journal. 7l.e delation of tho Fan r txetwla th t.riai par In the regkm. and tt to, threfore. n nnrivallrd lae-liura for advertier- We Jm.i- to sire iiial attention to the - erf ci of the various uwii ia wia Canntle. ia wbleh ear Weekly hat nums-ous etr- ca'itleo. and shall ettrctn It a favor U oar reader, will forward ut lay Itean rf ttterost. University of tcrinoiit and State Agn cnlinral College! rOUM I'Nt'ESIliXT. The exercise...

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. — 3 August 1866

THE BUKLENTGTON, VT. PKEE PKESS. FRIDAY MORNING YITGUST 3, 18GG IL.v.iii Dunn. Collector .tttburgb for tic Oii-triel has been remowed ana Customs at j pwed assailant They were met with a vclley I Iantie Cable m 11 minutes and was delivered u,n ' ,f v'a. to1 shotf lnck b'1 t once in- , to the Queen almost immediately. 01 tv-awu., uuecu &. general alarm, ana hence the bloody A celebration in honor of tho successful Maj. J. Parmentcr, late of the 118lb N- V. Uuntccrt who lost leg at Cold Harbor apt oictcd in Lis place. Tne Senate on Friday coobrmod the nemi xuticBs ol Gen. iibenntn as Licet fitner-l, and David Porter as Vict Admiral- Gen. St-umarf vuiud the -xstoui route on the (rontk-r. last week up-n a tour or in spection In bit usual uuunng, but thoiuughly buwc'r.- hi n-,Bf r- b0 fde a tl.i, country, aud expressed .onBTf th-axd wi'b tu djtH in which the cor.di.i u " ' lU .erKe h.ic kp ltaimng to their fn.M- l!'- Gen-tvl enters upon the dis ' ... ( ins Win Collector, with an i", ...

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. — 3 August 1866

THE JBURXilNGTON Vt, FREE VRKSS, FRIDAY MORIS IjSTO, AU&T'ST 3, 186G. A XICIIT ON JIT. MANSFIELD. RET. TI1E0. L. CITVLKR- In umiiuiiy with wy friends, Nichols, of Burlington, end Lambert, of Brooklyn. I took a carnage from YVutcrbury to the tnug little villsf;c of Stowc. that lits under the shadow f tbc mountain. That ride thro the foft Rricn farm-country took uie back thro" thirty years to the days of boyhol. Thc)uict jural homes nestled under the mat'lc br the roadside the crystal brook that "lu the leaf month of Juce Sir.geth it! quiet tucc." to n as wc drive alons the white "uicct in l.oii." ettci.Iee tclfrajiliing the villj6 from ofur the net t-clmuMinuMV, with their tUxcn Had tartiti up to the wind rtv? to wc the earriapc !-- t!ic cm cr.ilJ meadows waiting lur the evcthc all tlitev n jirinJuecd the early borac of my rmy boud Tu tret imt of the w;;on. and over the limv, and roll in three luxuriant In-ds of frHgrant ruM was hd irresistaltlo tempatiun. 'Itird'nn," paid a plan...

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. — 10 August 1866

y Oh "VOL. XN NEW SERIES VOLXII BUKLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10 I8GG- NUMBER SIX poetry v o i: 3i , WRITTEN TOR TDK CLASS JlEfcTISG OF IW Of THE CLASS 7 Graduated in tie U. I'.M. in 1S89. Put is the high noon-day : and heneefwth stead- .IV westward Slowly tbc 1 tiding sua tloj-es down to Ibe dis- tsnt Horizon. Now for a moment crystal MreaniUts Sash in bis Rlorv : Now bis teams en the hamlet kindle a Maze in tbe windows. (Vol, deep shadows creep from tbc well-wooded crown oi i tie mutops. Downward alone tbeir slanting sides; till. broader and broader. All of the Tale is filled with Ibe dewy gloom of toe twilicht Weary ibe laborer borne ward turns from tbe toil of tbe meadow. While ficm bis ojexirg doer tbc da tiering feet of tbe children Rush to a shouting w Iconic, mingled with loud, happy laughter. Twinkling lights from tbe casement thine, Ttbere, frngil and cheer fill. Stands his loving wife, and tbe bright Same bonis on tbe bearlbetoce. Sweetly from mountain and hill,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 August 1866

THE J3URX.IXGTOJS, Vt. FREI-. l'RESS. FRIDAY MOHINXNG, AT'GUtiT 10, 18GG it Jm fras. CEO. W. A, n. C. nEEDICT. EDIT0KS A5D rROraiETOES. FRIDAY MOBNISG AUGUST 10.1 SGG. U.MO.V STATE TICKET For Gorernor: 1'ACL DILLINGHAM, or wATrBECur For Lieulincnt Gonrnor : A. B. GAI111NKR, Or BENNINGTON. For Trtasvnr: JOHN A PAGE, or noxTrsuEE. COO.NTV NOMINATIONS. Far Senators. R. S. Tjirr of Burlington J. L. Bakstow, or Shclburn. E. H. Lane, of Jericho. Fvr Assistant Judges. W. V. RtrNOLce, of Colchester. intD Co lot, ol Richmond. For Judge of Prolate. T. F Wales, of Burlington. For States Attorniy. L. B. Enclesuv, of Burlington. For Sheriff. N. B. Flanagan, of Botlington. For IliQh Baihff 0. F.Tciile. of E-m-x. An Unworthy Jlcpreseiitatlie. It is a sufficient reason why Mr. Porto Baxter should not again lictcnt to Congress, that be itl c Lend centre of c eoirupt ring, organized to control the entire official pa tronage of tie district, and wbieb is making the Third di-trict a byword fur corrupti...

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. — 10 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 10, 18GG Baxter voted ineitwinS the I J r r..nremcn from 3000 to $o000 rr ,n,,n,. Mr. WoadbnoVc waB not p""1' ... ....... c PJmnndS and I O or aid not tbic wmu.v. lend voted to accept the rf port ol tne atc's Committee of Conference, which was .. i rv,n,-reincn, out to to incrtatc me ji - strike out tbe Home F""'tin for tflua'IZ inc tbe bounties f soWwrc ubfcejiicntlv, (oator Sherman to include on wotion of bounties, Senator Kd tlw rnuIit'n . no. td Senator Poland was DOt rrctfptwdM not vote. The- statement, whispered round the dis trict, hv the fu-jers of "the ring." that Judge Hovt is "a little ooppery in bis poli ties" 8 a wilful and ridiculous falsehood. He is a staunch and Hue rcpcWican. .Men ate being hired iu all part ot this district, to attend the 1 1 yd. park Convention to vote for Mr. ltaxter Do tb KepuWi- cans of this District intend to lo controlled by hired emissaries ? Tortus Haxtcr call ti e perfrttBSjitcrs in thi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON Vt. FREE JRKS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUG-1"" ST 10, 1866. THE DISTRICT CONVENTION. OPINIONS Of THE TBISS. The Lamoille Xactdc&Ur copies our last article on the Confirewional question in this District, and adds : lYe believe every newspaper in this District, with one exception, is advocating the same opia ions. The Timtt, usually opposed to the doc trines of the Free Prtts, is advocating this ob ject fall as strenuous'y, and the general wish cf the mass seems to tend strongly in the same di rection. We learn of a deep opposition to Mr. Baxter iu his own County, as well as in others. From a limited acquaintance with Mr Ilovt, we can folly endorse the views expressed concern ing mm in the above quotation, an'i neamiy i eecond the efforts of the people in securing his nomination in Convention, and his flection at the Polls. It has been suggested that Lamoille Countv claim the nomination, (as her right,) but the aspirants here are young, and will lose nothing by waiting. It ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 August 1866

CO I i I Ml ir VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGDST 17 I8GG- NUMBER SEVEN I r , i rXJrtwrrf-uirni iiitiiritwiiiPiii i mm ''a" I'octry .fllOsU-MMKIt. BT K. TT. EMEESOX. Around thi lovely Talley rise The purple hills of Paradise. Oh, softly cn yon banks of hars Her rosy face the Summer lays ! Becalmed along the aiurc sky, The argosies of cloudlsnl lie. Whose shores, wi'h many a shining rift. Fur-off their pearl-white peaks uplift. Through all the long midm-amer day The meadow sides are swtet with hay. I reek the coolest J heltertd teat. Just where the 6-ld and forest meet Where prow the pioe-ti.ca tall and bland. The ancient oaks ausiere ainl grand. And fringy riots and rebbles fret Tlie ripples of the rivulet. I watch the mowers as they go Through the tall gra-s a white-sleeved row; AVilb even strikes Iheir scythes they swing. In tune tbeir merry whe-lstuLCB ring; Behind ti e nimble youngters run And ts the thick swaths in tLt sun; The cattle graze; whi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEE . RESS. FRIDAY MOR3STIN. AVGTJ.-T 17, 'S6o CHO. V. it fi. G. BUA EDICT. EBtrcas ah renoEToa- " FRIDAY MJBM NO AUGUST 17.186. The riiiltuetpnta i nvatliua. The advocate and abettor of My Policy c:rtaijh ciiBttolifd the' proprietir when ' tb.je.c thceity Wta. Pens for sorb atciiting Ext'ii'iB f Brothci iv Love as ' ! dny. '11 elect li-ti x.-ttiix g like it since the great (Juakcr made I i tna'T witi tirfi Ind.sr,, and tlW an !- Urph, fr tl t t-i-t on whitt. the Wipwjao Mauds Th tfiHhlauJ: wh i i:id, owl the nl jfmr fird all anutirtl the CfUtcil iron mcuth t.i ci troth. 1 1 r har acd I be lamb Inj d viu netbtr, eil Cut. Bandafl nanag oil tin ru ia the name of tbe Vaum Commit-tix-. J.'!twecctc!SojtL farjlioa kiattd &ic'i ott rr id tbe presenc. of tbe afemblcd Lniou. (loremor Orr ol buutu Curolisa, and Gtbeial Couch if 3Jaawcb.aaettc, euarcir cd arm id im ti rouli tlie entire u-tith :t the b: ildinp:, t! e uVkgatcs rin ti- tinlr f:et oii ciiber tide, and greet...

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. — 17 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 17, 1866 Theniililct Crminitioii. ' Wt are tirwble, at thie hour. (11 A. i- Thursday.) to get tny pukhire intelligence ... .1.. .wion M the Ctrnventijn "T1' prt Wedrsewday. .Mr. Wilkin of Unjoille County, prc si.'cd. It vi-r voted i!t the Convention sep arwte at. v.-e by counties, tuck county by its eenin.ii.ee. iNn ton.t vwe eeiual to l ice Us numr nf ?!". for ndid ate lor Member of Corigre-M. A tejiorte-d to U" ty pat tie who left be fore the pdjouirioent of the Convention, tbe vote of CI it .end. n Ct-untj was 502 for Bix- t. r. to 250 for Ileryt. -givirg a rote of 6 for Eii't in Committee. lieiauiHc Co. voted 1 r llot, Essex Co. lor Hovt, Grand lsl Co. f .r Hvt, civing a vote of 6 for Hoyt in i' mmi'iee. The Tetr of Franklin County ass raid tit be 27 Btj--.rity for Baxter, which would giie him 0 more voter in committer, and lie nomination. This majority vra dis puted. Lowctfr. as illegal ; and if difltred the otl cr May, woul...

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. — 17 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON. Vr. FRE ' I RESS. FRIDAY MOHNING. A! GU-T 17, S6G Krllsiuns Intelligence. The attendance upon iLe nrotins of the Young Men's Christian Union of t!.i city. Sunday nltcmtmn-, has ettatjilv increased till now the congregation r.usafcers a early 150. Th v are rrorweinc to more into r hrir room for the wiuto. The Boston Trarelkr rave tl Evangelical churches in Sjn Francteeo, oiMUtin of tin-Bir.tn-t!., G.nrrgaUuaalutc. Pteebyferiuis ami M thodiet. numbering twenty chi rcl, hare cot Jhlly inTi.'iti ibi- Rrv Mr. Enleto visit Ceiilornia nod Un a an vanpi !.. Wbethtr he vrill go ... n it j-t certain. TJ.u Hun. Isaac l)vis be-given to Stv.ua Theological Sttnimry one tboo!ii dollars, the interet of which it to U. Ritcu to (omt student picjarifs fr the miuiitrv if) that institution. One of the condition? on whijh the student can receive the stipend is, that I shall, as a general mlr, preach without Doice. .V Roman Catholic Church at Richmond, Vt., ivas dedicated rvr Runup De Gues...

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. — 24 August 1866

PUT Ittf itf iY1T III- JUIIMAJP II BUKLINGTON,VT KRIiDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2d I8(JG- VOL.. r. NEW SERIES VOLXII NUMBER EIGHT GEO. W.J, C. C. BENEDICT. EDITOES A5D mOrniETORS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST2I.IBCC. Thc VI-cnI body of Statesmen." The lMuIadcljiliia Convention was called t . deliberate on what was lst to 1 done to lesloro tlic entire natidii to n condition of pea re and harmony : and Use firet thing done, alter a brief picliminary siccch by Senator Doolittlc on taking tlic chair, was to decide tliat there i-uimiU ! no ttlking in 0111 ram enticn ; becauw tnjiue-tbing might bo raid which w i Id liurt the feelings ol somebody ire sent or o.-iate as a click to stir up disagreements eta-where. All tlmt was to be done BMwt I prepared by tlic managers lchind tlic seeists and iidopted without word spoken. So it hating been suirmnly mid that it was tlic grcutcrt and wi.--t 1-udy of statesmen e ver asse mbled on tin. i-ontincnt: to prove it tlie-y rat htill, licld t'.iii : itigui. and look...

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. — 24 August 1866

THE BUKL.NT()N, VT. FKLi; i '1 . Kb. A Mil A MOl.XlV GEO. W.&. G. G. JJE.NEDICT. Simons rurunvu FRIDAY MOBKINO AUOCST :4.1E6. Tlic Charge ol (Terruptiuii. Altrr it had become- fully understood that V. n. Portu Rixlrr wat- pressing bis claim foi r fourth eleeticit to Congress from thi I.lri t. the- Fnix Pus, i f July Slat, p-vc ih reason to the pohlte why l ought mt k- be nruiinated, and why m could not m any -pre i. ended contingency support bin. Tbe gives were that m wanted by rw-joi utile gent men. "iffici in tl district lor tlx las km n -if. baw been disposed of !ir tl r person! and petrinisrv gain of those 1 openly dared to challenge aa investigation of who !.! had t!ic -! f control of guvero- j corrupt practices charged to bias, was liirrt ii.iBawRa in lb district, and that . that the charges were vague and general. pjr.trituika on the mhrir of aohordicate ; j,-;lW A rtnkej ut that m charge against a rffciali- Lave been levied in liic-name tJ" Mr. j .nuu, Ot be has disposed...

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. — 24 August 1866

THE BUKLINGTON, VI. PliK: PKKSS, FJUDAY MOKNING, At GlT.-sT Q I, 1G0 Items. n Strrwebnrf, two weeks Hit i. :?'-" ;n him ami 1-y the Ci. J. ru Fine bji 'o. .(Colder.: : me ri.M.tir.!' lUJ.'it , ' a revolver vmm . . t ,i.:r. t jz.ii v - - - l.c luil ol a tara-" 7" .' i-ivert he- wa. builJii k' week. -thne );ir'? aire lathir in the Lake ..i .North KerrisbarEB dJ hu, one . r thiui named Cordon jrt oat of her depth ,,. , sank, one of her comndes rushed after ' . r.t and her father. ho u eat far oft. ! Mi-j Gordon was reac!.el jast in time ac her. ; e M uFtera Vt. Mutical Arauciatjuii i n Convention at Rathtad, Oct. lClb, uin ction of MtWK. W. O Perkiiw ami . Dnerson of Boston. Mr. S C. Moore i:.:ilinglon -will be tic ftaofet, tiivi tlie t . ttt Uuh a ill he 0 c cteholr- The rsherUr Question. l.l.Kt.-i TO THE PEOrLF UT COL. Xr&SOX fu ir Fi tru.cn of Chx.lter.Mn Comfj: Ibc recent nomination if N. It. Flatagan fix : c i fiitv uf Sheriff of Ch!ttL1eii t'luatv was a - ,irj ri,e to me, and...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 August 1866

THE BUE1INGTON, VT. FiffiE PBESS. FEIDAY MOENING ATGtTgtT 24. I860 rVrttaftwIres 1 Mill Hie H reed men Hrairrati taiMbwIa. n AnMbcr yriMfptt which irfll aaenBs IKtrfawy in prefacing eangration. ia, TWad trarttmrn mm Jlnran set lime li'ly. lie race here had do lwwtmHit Br MarlwaBBwa ud4 Tears. Tber bee tad as tetter. wy snTefceen aithont a eeiae. In Ike ssnljr stage sf ear wet, this taetiwc dsd ml ipaiiii rat of attraction had taea BaasL tased irfed reteabacn rather Bat (hiBiiM fereat. naftas aasuaisor taca iiHf aee settly tlnuiaja a rwtitial 11 iisaa tha. depaasethe garywtaiiniif 1 by the id jaauyt: haw am n ali) tar be drawn so the basse of their 0. tftaW JWIM aawJ Ciaila ltta ny. by the aaaeti at he tnsthcr eswdes of sat of rnrj antra nushi latwti. tad a raters TV tana aire will carry tar imdmea to Tat African raliantBtr there is a It ataaaaa is reaoe and i BetanKTBBBame. Ike aathta ca il tare itaasty aahjeflt to UiatiuiidaBd thai tkav io the aaaatrr. a yMAOai km hept a Ihnaaieii ...

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. — 31 August 1866

hi I If Is i wi Vol.. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOLXI1 BURLINGTON, VT.. F1UDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31 I8GG- NUMBEK NINE ta km , - From I lie Congregational.! Andrew Johii-oh to the 1'roplr. ' i n- U any one. who yet supposes, ' . m certain things trraptring long ago, 1 1 sm playing still the part of M OSes, Mg to say, 'tis nit exactly so. : .! part, on trial, Jul not anil my fancy. u l s-j I draped it, in a niet Kay, . 1 by Mime hocus-ocus necromancy, I took part of the Pharaoh in the play. i u all remember well the sacred story, Uow God ''raised up" tkia king to work His plan ; i'uuUkes the Lord nude we fur His own glory. Tin ugh I am, what ia called, a self-mad man I trust no fewer however high and might' Will touch "my poKey" or av y ' K "cmi'i-, by nature. I am A ijrSs-f Atki cannot brook it not to hare my way. 1 l.e art of l'haraoh teuii l be my I'm chasing now the captive just tet free, . i n e j er'i doubtless waits this lWMtMli I may Ire swallowed up in some Red Sea. i ut mi! I iru.-t no...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREh PRESS. PKIDAY MOnNINr. AUGUST 01, 18GG GEO. W.fc C. fi. HE EDICT. IS1T0BS A!tl TEOrRIETOKt. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 31.1866. I'M OX STATU tic;ki:t for Governor: I'A CL DILLINGIIA M, or WATEKEfKr. fur Licultnant Guernor A B. GARDNER, Or BkNSI.NCTO.N. For Trtasurir ; JOHN A PACK, or UONTfELlEB. rOUNTV NOMINATION. t"cr Senators. R. S. Tait of Burlington J. L. Barotow, of Shellmrn. K II. Line, of Jericho. Fer Assistant Judges. Wv. V. Rf.vsolds, of Colchester. Sawokd Couit, ol Richmond. For Judge of Prelate. T. E. Wins, of Rorlington For States Attorney. I.. I!. F-scL&Br, of Burlington. For Sheriff. N. II. Flanagax, of Ilarlircum. Tor Hilh Bailiff (. K. Tittle, of -sex. For Member of Congress, 3d District. Hon. SlO.llVO 31. HOY of St. Albans. Till! STATU EI.IWTION. Appeal from the Colon Slate ('ouibiittct-. To the Union Republican Voters of Vet' mont . Vermont is t!jc first State to bold iv annu al election and take ite position on the ques tion of CHtionuI pri...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 August 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. TREE PRESS. PEII) AY MORNING AUGUST 81. 18GG VOTISS-. VOTI5S, 1'or State and County -ecrs and fur JlonWr ,f Cmviv.. uwv be cataei at the FbirI-rfm Orrici. I () O. I'. At the annual lasting ol tne Iniiei-eisdent Order .if Oil Fellows ol Vermont, hcW in tbi city on Uciln.Mlay, tlx followinj; officcis were elected : 31. W. Grand Master. I.- B .Uollistcr, factory 1'oint. Vt. 1!. IV. Deputy ('rand sMnsttr.S. h. Spoor. Kiipert. K. IV (Jrand Warden, S. II. Clark, l'.rat ii rioro. I!. IV. firand Set -vary. A. 1!. Imktj, ll.irlitigton. II. IV. firawl Treanttrer, U IV. JV-gc : irlingt'jn. i:. IV. (iraoti Chaplain. II. frov-r, '-'tlchuru. i'lic Granu li- a4jurnrd U) meet uu .. -Ith Tuoidav if Ao-u-d. SC7. ai tne iv Point. Vt. l)f .TH HI AN Ou. HatNTKB. We scani i l.i Walton's Daily thai Snniuel Com, Rsq.. !nd at Muntr-rlier Sat-huili iu..rair jr. aged "i Man-. Mr. (joss j- 11,. oldest iditor i . .. .. c i t-.w : . pr:i.i-r in the otatf. la l,yo, in com- ,.T w,tl, Mr. Farfc-...

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. — 31 August 1866

THE BUKLINGTON, Vt. FRKI-- I'KESJs, FJIIOAY JIOHNING, AUGUST 31, I860 The Sheriff Qtiotioii. AtllRS9 TO THE rEO-IX IIT COU ML'NSO.V. To the Frtemtn of Chittenden County: The recent nomination of J. U. Flanagan fur tbe office or Sheriff of Chittenden County was a surprise to me. anJ. as I think to the people cf the Couuty. Believing that the nomination not Mr gotten .p. or understanding node; that it dors not exrircs the will of the freemen of tbe C uniy, and that I am not ebarpeablc with any inexcusable failure in the performance of my iIuih Sl.pn'J hitherto : thcreforr. at the rcU6t of many freemen of the County, 1 avail rnyf-lf of the prrcelerit set He by Mr. Flanagan in oppajiug bim-elf to the nomina tion iccorded me by tbe Convention of 1PAI, by hereby announcing my self as candidate for election as Sheriff of tbe County for the 1 car ensuipe Wji I. McxsO.v, Sheriff. Iiuriingten, Aug. 1C. 18GC- dStawlTr A Curd tu tlic I'uliiic.'' THE SHEIlirr QCEfllOI. To tkt Freemen of the Coun...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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