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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 October 1866

unty ccrt r is BURLINGTON. VT FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12 I8G6- NUMBER FIFTEEN vol. V. NEW SERIES VOLXII Poetry ANNI'''- AWAY. Tb- dead leaies crackle beneath mr ticaJ, Where the naked poplars their shadows throw, W hile slowly goes sailing altng o'crbcad -A cawing crow. I puts the door and the garden gate, Which las opened to welcome isc many a dsy ; T.-o soon dkl 1 so ; I return too late " Annie's away. I Oct I loved to gaze into too we. Lips whose cfBehautmeat eoMtraiaed me to Padly I shale eff their lingering spell Annie's away. Tu Annie wooer come oat of the Hut, Wealth and handsome aad gallant aad ply, II hade the bttk frog and he eantmttml the priest, Al1 birr ber away. Seit wisher, mod wither, deep dewB id my heart You were hidden T iknd rot to own 700 ; to-day I I i.. v on eoine forth and i hid you depart Kow Annie's away. 'flute u life in the fin, there is work to be done : I n-h flowers will spring where the eld ones decay ; friend I may be, a toed 1omt acne To he? that's ...

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 October 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 12, 18G6 C. C. Si. B. L BENEDICT. xd irons ab ranrrcra. " FiuvlironNixdroCTOBEFriS. iicc TI1EVEEkv FREEI'RES Ths Bcaussroa Whklt Feu Parss li pnb Hibed every Friday morning, and contains tb latest newt) report! of Boston markets andCarn bridre Cattle Market ! fall SUte, County and local atellizcnce i well (elected Miscellany, Ac., to Veearo anc outlay will be spared to make It a re liable. Interesting ana valuable family journaL Ths circulation or the Fnce Press exceeds tbat fanv paper ia the region, and It It, therefc re, an unrivalled medinra for advertisers. We desire to give additional attention to the -tjl ariricftbe various towns in this and adjoining Counties, in which oar Weekly has a numerous cir eolation, an 1 shall esteem it a favor if our reader -will forward cs anr itemi of Interest The Delegate Contention District. in the Third THE CONVENTION- I'OSTl'ON'EI) ONE WEEK. We arc requested to stale, that after due consul...

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 October 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEEK PRjSSS. FEIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 152, 18G6 Serial off5: KE AVnTT DIL SCIIOY1LL SATS ot ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. 1ffrr J.N. HARRIS CO: "Ks-lmketbc HUmbs statement from. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM in curinglhe 0f t seated Pulmonary Conrumpticn I hire witnessed it, .Meets on tbe young and the old, and I can truly say tint It I. far the best expectorant remedy withwhicb lam acquainted. For Coughs, and all tlie early stages of Lung ccmplsnts, 1 believe it to tc a certain cure, and if every family would ieep it l.y them, ready to administer upon the first ap jarance of diftife about the lungs, there would be Ttry few catcs of fatal contempt! in ! It causes the phlegm and matter to raise, without irritating those delicate organs (the Lungs) and without producing cobftipatiun of the bowels. It also elves, strength i" the system, stops the night-sweats, and changes .1 the morbid secretions to a healthy state. Your respectfully, A. L. ECOVILL. N.ld by all Medicine Dealers. wl"w4 ...

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 October 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- OCTOBER 12, 186G iJAJiminelljrloBs Intelllrence. ing xnamlceteti in Delviilcrc. The Conpn gstion.il Socictv at Green jlkiro bave rfraircd their church to the extent of some $CO0. Rev. Ciiauneey .Mocrc Willhrus was oon secratcd Epitcopal' JUtfionirv Bishop' to China ani .lajmn, on "tlic 3J inst., at St. Joliu'n Ctiai-cl in New York, in presence vX more than a hundred Bishops atiJ stiii. Ui.-iioj Kjstbutn, Wiliitins and IloiVinii, ol New England, were pree cnt. The corner etoiic ol tbc Flint OonrrgitUin al Church was laid oa Wednesday in Wash ington, and Rav. I). Itjovnton m installed pastor. Rev. A. 31. 3Icrwin will mil tot Val paraiso in a few vi-cltx uutli-r an appoint ment from the American Foreign and Chris tian Union, to labor aa a im&ionary. The Congregational church at Canibri'Jgc port, Macs., has called Rev. 31r Seavcr or -RiitUnl to succeed Rev. Mr. Murray. Rev. J. CojcIttDj. Tor inany years I'aetor of the Congregational Ch...

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. — 19 October 1866

I. n 9 VOL. NEW SERIES VOLX1I BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19 I8G6- NUMBER SIXTEEN pWIIWflfil ili mtt Poetry October. Br tub late Willi Gatlobp Clabk. Solemn yet beautiful to view .Month of my heart ! thou dawnest here, Wi.h sad and faded leaves to strew Pale Summer's melancholy tier, iue moaning of thy winds 1 hear. As the red sunset dies afar, nd bars of purple clouds appear. Obscuring every western itr. Thou solemn month ! I hear thy voice ; It tells my soul of other days. When but to live was to rejoice, When earth was lately to my gaze ! lh, visions bright oh, blessed boars. Where are their living rapture new T 1 ask my rpirit's wearied lowers I ask my pale and fevered brow ! I look to Nature, ami behold My life's dim emblems, rattling round. In hues of crimson and of gold The year's dead bono? on the ground ; And sighing with the winds I ftd While their low pinions murmur by. How much their sweeping tones reveal O! life and human destiny. W lion Spring's delightsome ...

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 October 1866

THE BUKXjINGTON, Vt. FREI. PEESS, PBIDAY JIOIJNING, OCTOBER 19, 1866 JOINT ASSEMBLY. The two houses met in Joint "Assembly at 10 o'clock. The canvassing committee made report of votes cast for Governor, Lieut Governor, and Treasurer as follows : roHCOVEKXOB- Whole number of votes, Xrcrssary tor a chobe, Paul Dillingham had Chjrba.JUayeoport bad . Scatleriojr, TOR LtrCTEXAXT C0VF4JX6E. V I eilt number of votes, Necets irv for choice, A. 1! Gardner had 1). C Linsley had roa TRtisin r. Whole cumber of votes, Necessary for choice. 15,112 -2.707 31,117 11,-92 3 4 .".,039 22,520 83.110 11,120 40,110 22,700 81,122 11.2SB Rounds and John A. rec had L-icius II. Jovrs had Senator Kcll&rc and Mtasrs. Clark were appointed committee to inform the Uovcroor ot nis election wuo reiuriwu Kitu mm and lie touk the oath of effioc in tj presence of the Joiet Assembly. HOUSE. AFTEBSOOS. A communication was received from the Gov ernor announcing that be bad appointed Charles M. Gay, Esq , of Rutland, ...

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 October 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- OCTOBER 19, 18GG XBWS OF THE WEEK IJY TULKOKAPH. Cl.CIXSATI, Oct. 11. (,Vn. .Morgan, (Dcm.) i elected to ton-- in the lS'h district. Returns from 4j counties, cive a republican majority of Sj.OOO. The remaining coomiw heard from will in:.oaee the maiintv to 4...000. laut-isriixE, Oct. 10. J he Tornado at lranllm, Ind.. TcsterJay .i. nolibnl tircntv-fii buildm;;. Unc rer k n wac killed and two others fatalfy injured St. Louis, Oct. 11. fhe flemorrmt't MKCial decpatcb from St .l.rfeiih fTS the latest cdvices Irom Montana r. port that 40 winers out of a party of 75 .i tir Hrccn rtrer uiines liau Deen Killed v the Chcycnnec, and otlicrs wtredrhen tv The ai intra on Wind rite- bad aim l.ccn rivi n .ft" ty the Sioux and comrxlled to fly tl.c nearest pots lor protection. Nttv Voik, Oct. 12. Ii j:.7.ikz and l'tllicier the inurdsrcs of N-njr Otero were executed at the jiil In i'ro.klyr about 10 o'clock this -norning. Niw I'ouk, Oct. 12. letters...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 October 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1866 Vermont Itcm. "lloitr'- 'a fist borfe owned" by Fctcr Mc'Intjrcol" Newport lias liccn purcliared by a New Yorker (or $2-00. , . The receipU or tlic Stato-Fair. tbo Presi dent kijh, were just $8533. Fred Sears, or Stowc, on Saturday last had his right band terribly lacerated and mangl-d, by being caught in a threshing machine. Mrs. Lyman Parmcntcr, or Itoehtotcr, Lrtwcr.Millo Village, committed suiciloby cutting Iit r throat with a razr, on Sttur day morning, Sept. 29lli. Her age vtu about 35 yrnrs. .lamee 0 Ilritn,a nctioti-lnd on the l'Jf Miniprie K. It, was found dead on the track ontbeC:h. lie fctart.d to go home, the evening prctioas, from a Iiguj-c a mile from his nun, on a hand car; and from the hruircxmi his head, it is thought he was knocked off the car by accidentally getting his head into tLc way of the crank. S. K. JUmick or St. Jobnsbury lorta hortennd buggy Sept. 29t!i. having ltt it to a man calling hiuit...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 October 1866

V C .iiiU v f I NEW SERIES VOLXII BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER QG 1800- "NUMBER SEVENTEEN if rf. watt vmmz&m m u n v. ttJtas m in w hi h in w hi hi h ibs w i an 1KBKJ Hal ! . HI . Ul . Hi . E M- IB KP 31 i s c c 1 I a II v . Tllli I'.VITII "I L Sr.NTINKI, The French rwy hJ emoamped only about a day'"1 " rrom Berlin. Tie sen tinels wnr doubled, and the strictest orders riven, f"utl'an nd Austrian Epics were 5tBt and troub!eROuic. . At inidniglit, jvnc Sdncoio was stationed at one of tbc outposts, lie was a stout, bold, shrewd man, aiid a good soldier. The colonel of bis regiment was with tbe sergeant on tins beat, laving requested to le celled at midnight, that be might visit theouttioets. 'Pierre," be said, alter the men bad been rotted, "you meat keep iour eyes open. Don't let even a stray bone go out or oomc in without tbe pass. Do you under stand ?' "Aye, toon colonel, I shall bo prompt," "Tbc dogfc are all around us, ami you can out be too cartful. Don't trust men ...

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. — 26 October 1866

BURLINGTON, Vt. FRER PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1866 THE HOUSE ! The speaker laid before the house a communi- ction from Hon Justin S .Morrill, accepting the invitation of the General Assenbly to aauress themcn the political is-ues of the day, and naming Wcdneslsy evening Oct. 21. ts the ; day. Eillt introduced ana reierrenuf -(On of R'.cVinpham in addition to chap S tproTulir.s in case ro town .superintendent ' appoiniel in any town. thoe desiring to teach -in such tern may apply to superintendent of j another town for ctrtiSnte; to cua cn cduca tion. I By Mr Eullard tf Xcs Havcu, amenamg an act to protect fish in Otter Creek, together with I a petiticn from citizens c f tic town tf Middle- i Imry no the subject ; Utli referred to gen com. SEXATi- Thurslay, Ost. li lcW. House l.iil l'., restoring (had and white fth to Lake fV.nipUin and its tributarie-. vra real j twice and referred to general committee. ! Bills introduced - 15y Senator T.ft to ineor- , iilmm Ornbau Asylum ...

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 October 1866

V THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 26, 1866 Till. IIYDKI'AItK CONVENTION. Xoiuinalioii ol V.. Smith EVERYTHING IIAUMOXtOUS. Special to the Free Pres.". HvdetaKK. Oct. -o. Tbe Uove..tio at Hydei-- IwJ off, on the whole, very h.rronkfly. .Neatly every town v rrpre-cntru. Gcn- W' W Qrotit rdod. irortbin-ton C. Smith o tbe fctt MIot. cam4 rnt,,e Jlnrkcl. Twaur, Oct. S3. A.asotu.1 of Live Stock at efarleet. Cattle Sheep I Liak. r-wia nisweet, ISs- 10.13? . 3341 Fr,ai Vtaraxat, d 177 Prim 1 af Market lWf--i.tra fi3B0U"O. First quality 12 on 0 13 la Smooo araHty. innll nn. Tnlrdq ality,7 lu 00. Workrxre; Oxen pair tl SO, 200, & SSS Milch C..W and Ulro, fir,, 5S 75 IS. YearUntF.4af Two)nM,t4isi. Three years od jb( 70. Price of biieep and Lembe la let ISoTJ. SS. tb 2 bo etch ; extra 2 "5 a ( 23, or trot Sprinc Latahi 1 m at 4 29. lodes ylt. I Tall-! , felt f i e a-, eaten. Calf Mn -" at '.Be lb. KKMAt'KS. CiU'e A purl fcupply eif Cattle at toarket tU wk, pirt ot rhl...

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 October 1866

BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PRESS.. FRIDAY MOTOSTPTO. OCTOBER 26, 1866 THE RcllRlous Intelligence. j The Methodist Episcopal Church of Wil llston, held their Centenary rncetms on the 7th ir.et. A Centenary fcrmon was preach ed by Hct. Ifaac McAnn of Burlinzton alter which an offering was made by the ConRrc pation or $1875, which will probably be increased to $2000. or more. Over one hundred dollars or the -urn was raised by the Sabbath ediool ; and over Eltctn hundred was designated for the Vermont Conference Seminary, located at Montrclier. Oocor the pluttant iLddciUs or the occasion, was the di-tiilulion or medal to the cebolars by the Suj.t., lor the money tlirj Lad col lected. Rev. Dr. N. I. Foster, late or Barling ton, cornroinccd his labors as pastor of the BsptUt Socitij in Montrdier on tho 1st of October. Tlic Society worships in the Court House. Rev. C. L. Cu!iman ol Tuwnind, was difmirtcd last Monday, having accepted a call to Ludlow, Mass.. where he will go in Norembcr. . Rit. A...

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 November 1866

J VOL. G. C. . L. HK.NKDICT. HI, rWHIETORS. FRli'aV -v;XG- NOVEMBER 2, 1S6G y'ic Officers Reunion. 1 hirt annual media;; nl tlie Reunion Society of Vt. Officer. A ITMj ATTBXDANfiE. ADDRESS BY COLONEL W.G. VEAZEV- s,.i-Aiy Cor. Dillingham , 7tm. 11', ' Stewart, Generals Stannard, Washktm, I nomas ; Colonels Semcer. Randall and Procter : Chaplains Barstow. Smart and vthtri. I in- Reunion Society of Vermont Officers '.v in favor, at its years inarore. Raoh ...ir.ual meeting show m handsome addition .1 members, aud tbe delightful reunions, arc th- cbicl object of the association, il . .-.-iMe grow in interest and flow of bear- v ftvlti.g, as we recede irom the events and nations ihcy are especially intended to i uiiueiaomtu. The Third meeting, which took place at M .i.tprlier, on Thursday evening, Oct. 25th, fully illustrated all this. It was the largest g-vthcrirg of Vermont Officers as yet u.-Utvi 1 : and yielded nothing, tn point of f-(.irit and interest, tu iU predecessor. The Busin...

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 November 1866

THE BUELIKGTON, Tt. FREK' PRESS. FRID A.Y AIOKNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1866 Saturday, Oct -7. Xo ssercm being praent'Stiie Senateasl juurced to Mendey P. M: HOUSE. titaTtej'.Oati!. Reports. From eom on ckkas h tall to p-.i certain Sltte r.r5re, fining tbe blanks bj iron ing tbe sum of Sa-KHi mating the pay oi Ad." ani Inspector Gescial V) asbusrc, and Wiiirtti- , -n-.. - vanoji . . l: mas-cr itDfni rittn, cw' jmui? From eoa reads h bill to incstptrate tha i CunbnJetlwro" Park Assoekvton; third rcadr- refused. Joint Ittsolmtto- By Mr Bnguam ol It- park th fslkwinc. which, cb laotitt. if '- Mirer if Manchester vat otsertd l lie ai.J made tbe speck order for Wednesday aften . i u next, it 34 oekek : II"ira. n is aou louiUe Uti tat Llon oi all tbe Mild should became pn !ir-. at the eirlirst moment etssisient villi 'be prsee and welfare of the nstkn, that evcrs awe should betxoue tally represented iti tin national coas cfls and tale ite snare iii th 1. f irlalk a cf the oocxtry A ad vkereM the ...

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 November 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 2, 1866 It'ElYS OF TUB WEEK RYTKI.EGKAl'H. Milwaukee. Oct 25. - . . lie Conventi)! of soldiers ami sailors was urfNtlr ntrcnaen to aav- --. i -- , Jrcr-s-d tbo Convention ana vro ; e'eered tt ;j .c r Ua.i nnt JTflDC lar l -. iwi ran iib Ml 1 l. Jtieiusa w n . I .nune-h in its demands Jrn tnc " etiooRn in i uvu, -r.fv th sud il thewntmrnere e,iu .' Con-titutiCKWl .tncnumvui - --e-- I. exacted. Oca. I term w " jircct to-avrrov. Butler leaves for D'tr..it direct lo-in.rroiv. , Wheelm? nc ' return" lro m Nsw Yobk, Oct. 26. A lonmtu cial syg the .lodge inform ed Ljncb thrcooTirtc-d Fenian that be should barr an o pvrtunitT tf appmling to a higher court Atlauiic C..te IVIrcitttib rates are to ? t luvj 50 per rt. m and after Not. Ik. Kew Vbk, Oct.: BROW large n- ; I","1," "'"" i'"'" lurmixeo. ,l. nn-.-tiiii nal Atnenament list .Mar. I i.'T' J"'""- a. rortnern, Sou-Jiern a "T. .L '-ml l.r r T ftlMI tl.,hl;.i ""df " natTflffl:S.-, as 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. — 2 November 1866

TI-IE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREi l llTCSS, "FRIDAY MORISriNG. NOVEMBER 2, 1866 Vw lnhlIra(iotiv. ' XZ533?i' ' 1 l.c woad-r'ul uronrej ot Med.ca (If K''f i "e daring the pau tit ef an only . , ,, , . . , lA AL&tnilie:: i ; pMs.ble lor tlie oonscientkiis The Atlantic JIoSTnLT lor rocmbcr , W 13 tit. I'ly Mc-d to declare, now, tint Oomotsp- contains a.Icrp article CO. Harwell on "TL"ZTZ tbe Pro-rrrHi of Frnreia. recollections U , mtviro, ir.e,.n.ing,..,.u,i.i..u.m Court Gurowtki by Carter, a Ferial story, "Katharine Jlorne," by Mitel'alfrcy; the conclusion of Rcedc'a "Griffith Gaunt,"' and other intcrotinp articlea. The nllc manner in winch the Atlantic Monti. ly is conducted hi. long tine estab lished Ut reputation a Magazine, and in it will eiill as heretofore aripcar artidea from tlie J trm of tlx aUleet writers in the coontrr both political and literary. Tl.t j uUifl.ert- nMxrunct- that in addition to the names ahrady fn tlieir list of contri butors, Mr. I'arton is to bVfiin a Hris 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. — 7 November 1866

VOL. XKKV- NEW SERIES VQLXII BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7 I8GG NUMBER NINETEEN l o c I r " Under the I.caics. Oft have I walked these woodland paths In sadness, no. foreknowing Tht undernt!'' withered leaves The flow." 01 'PE w,re EN""1 To-J w'n! TC T awy raose wrecks of autumn sjdeaador Ami here the fair Arbutus flowers Arc springing fresh anil lender. O, prophet flower, with lips of bloom. Surpassing in their beauty The pearly tints of ooeta shells, Te teach me Faith and Duty ! Walk life's dark way, ye seem to sty. In faith and hope, fcreknowning That when man sees but withered leaves. God bees the feir flower growing. itS i s e c I I n ii v . Kali! hhiI ntmtnlonmciit l 'rhool sirl. HER CAREER ENDED BY THE DROWNING OF IIKKSELP AND CHILD. From the Detroit Post. At PaioesriUc, Ouiu, is a ycry tiopular It male seminary, where the young Sadie arc kept nnder tbe most careful surveillance, and where one would naturally soiipooe a t nif Ur could not gain admission. Except n ...

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. — 7 November 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VBE P1U2SS. lKIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 9, I860 A lengthy discussion ensued. Tbc atr.endmei.t proposed by Mr Harris of Vindbam was then adopted, sjta 97, rays -SO, and the bill us amended asr passed. Friday, Not. 2. SENATE. ilh introduced and referred Uj Mr. Derr to' pay certain State officers .authorizing tbe auditor to draw orders on the treasurer for the snm of SloOO for J. IS. Page, State treasurer, for extra service?, atd for the cum of 100 is favor cf Samuel B. Thayer for services as sur- xecn general; to com on finance. HOUSE. Jlillt introdued and referred By Mr. Burt of Saentr.n in addition to the act incorpwating the Lnntrsity&nd State Agricultural College approved .Not. VIb. lcoo: to com on educ itioo. Ri writ Frczn the ecu eem U till irovidine for the erection cf monument over the grave of Thomas Chittenden, appropriating ?.i'));I on motion cf Mr. Miner of .Manchester, ordered to He. Frcm com cn ju 1. h bill recalatinr the frf f, acting under the authority...

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. — 7 November 1866

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FRE H PHKSS.. FllIDAY MO leNCr, NOVEMBER 9, 18GG Krir Yoke. Nov. " l-,t World Rives Fcuton alxwt 13.000, t .Time, 15.OB0. the Tnhun, ata 1 mi.. ru MrM from lite to M. Ft. Stewart ana Cbanditf arc J,-oted to Congrees. , , Mr. K CWy Stanton raccid w53' otcs. Xsw Vok, Nov. 7. The rJ,l m.jvrit. in HI"" Mil tu w fuUy 40,000. Martland b. - gJnc V.moartK rcWo proved a failure. iNnr Vohc Nov. 7. i-IY-itre! 1 ,kr ,or oE'es- iVjau- rePrtf to riven 300 taajMitj uT tne Dcmocmtie Governor and -..nsn-ssmcii a mall majority o! 61 Wisconsin gives KepuUican majority of I -.(HK) ami liir nil Congressmen but one. I WAfDISCTOV. Nov. 7. Thc cupprrhrads nrc very joHilant over tbe i calls in Maryland. It slated in political circles that the Piraidcnt will now pust Ac wort of rcmov ..1". Ihic be is now basjy with liu mesaage. Newabe, Nov. 7. 'Use Congressional delegation mil stand tir-t- lit publican to one Democrat, a (rain of tWi. I'niLAi'Ki.riiiA, Kov. 7. lli turn from tbc Delaware v...

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. — 7 November 1866

aaei THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- NOVEMBER 0, 1866 Icnonai. The author of the Xasbj letters !s one Iicie, editor of the Toledo (Ohio) Blade. , At e ipccial convention of the Epiecopal Iliocew ot Maine, licid Oct. 31. Her. Henry A. .Vtelcj. of New York, was unani mously elected RVliop of the Dioccfc. TIhim: who have Icarcd that Mr. George I'eaboJy, as iciroverWiing hiniBclf hy hi rirent large donations will lie glad to learn that he U ftill worth from ten million toif nen Million. In a recent address to the I'l-aLudy Institute of Ilaltimore he faid : " At the clote of the war three-fourths of all the property I pos-ftsed had been invested in U. S. Government and State s.ecuritif, and re mains to at this time." In a private letter frjni Newport, K. I., Senator Susincr finished the announcement or hi marriage, by iiotins the SjHttator : " I fhtll endeavor to lite hereafter suitable to a man in my station, as a prudent heid cf a family, a good husband, a cartful fitli...

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