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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 March 1875

. 1 1 i To 3trs. I II. S. zrr.f. v. fctca' leive t&y ea t rou out life casket falli a shell , 'j he aairelj rather up the pearl pearl thit sllnunereth m white. ; tVn doth tnaiie death's dirk cess ligfct Mom nit, beloved 1 above U cli v . Peace Icare thy dead and ene twai. Va leare thy dead ' s li-td who paueth liTei tiiart, ''" id the soul he starves the heart i y rom out creat rrlef txew hooe la rlvea, t com chrtfalii the "pint' rwea; re ehinin;fai-Hls lrom heirea rcaau d-itra draw thee, lcrcd one1 nearer home. Make not thy moan above his clav; IV ace learothy srave and cams awjy. leaie thy dead' i .v uu th a altar or the Lord . ma -precious jewel of thy love ; ink nut. dear one, of lack or creedi. He wrooht h' life In coble deed; H a itith fuuni centre everywhere -iur 'unn! a-ts bot the tartul'Ds here. Through all God'a love he calli to thee O.i. leare ay jraveanl come to tat ' Leave thy dead I a'l eululdm Lord shall come on ni-n white morn to call the hum a, Aii ' then hs'il ...

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 March 1875

THE BUELINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 1875. he Jm Jmss. j. ;. lsirvtnicT, manor. I . I i.i.--S2MO a j car, i-1-t-l- In -olvai-ce. Ncii Ham-vlilrf. li,c result in New Hampshire will come iikc a llack fret upon the blooming ec- pectatious of the Democratic figorers, who have been puttinc the electoral votes of the Granilo State into eveir Democratic col unin for tic next Presidential election. The Republicans have well nigh redeemed the State, in every branch. The result is imi ottint from the evidence it brings that the cau-cs w hich led to the reverses of hat vrur were largely temporary. In New Hampshire, clearly, the disaffected repub lican are not o much in love with Demo cratic rule, that they care to permit it to become permanent. Tho hopes of the opposition, will now largely centre on Connecticut. And Con necticut will ouite likely give them a rrumb of comfort. That State is a sort of uburb of New York city, largely governed b the same influences that control N...

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 March 1875

THE BUELINGTON. VT.. FliEE PRESS. FRIDAY MOUNINO, MARCH 12. 1875. nl'ltI.1XiTOX AS1 VICINITY. :-n persons received the ordinance ur baji at the Kir-t UaptM Church. tJii- city. - unJay. HiMSBCEOU. Moses K. Cheney, the tct ran sinning master of Vermont, will give 'us "Mu'ical lecture on music" iu Hini--t irgh, Fri.lay cTening of thw wetk. Harlington Cosimnilery. K. T , Lave rc . .id h special inv-iUtio'i to attend the dication of tho new Masonic IVtnplc in vv York city.on the 3i of Jane neit sr. Albans IIutter Mar lki, March J viarfcet very dull. Common to fair winter, I . to SIKr; ratJium to good winter, 'JO to J'!.-, choice fall an winter, iBc; selection, i .11. and 30i 1 .it v alue of the ipriag at SiraU.n iua . estimated when it is known that one hilfofthe (iyserwas- lately jU f ''"' iiuiidnd thousand dollars. i'a and after March I, l'TJ. the Uunic, atrrto'an A. Ogden-buri; railroad will re ijoe In fare to and from all local points on ir.o ruad to tbrre cent-' per mile. n. matter ...

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 March 1875

Ft i 1 1 r-4 .1 111 ill IK, fit! (art 3 She . Jrcc Area. BIIKLIXGTOX, FRIDAY. MAR. 12, 1875. . ;. BEJKDICTi Editor, rerun $2.M year, always In advance. UAIIAtOAlS TUAINIt. Leavi PrL.noTO. toinj North, on tie Central Vermont is K, al iM -sm.. eieept Monday mmaS - )Sli.in, and 4 ,7 " p.m. , join;: Eait at 6.53 a.m.. 1150 and 7.5a p.tn-, Soto" South, on the Rutland aud llurllnr.on K. Tail-a Akbui from the North and West at 7.55 a. m., 2.0U and 9.10 p.m, ; from the East at 5.2J and IIUoV. m 5.50 and s 33 p. m ; from the South. 43Q and S.CC a. m.-, 4.7 and r.2 p. m. It is reported that Governor Peck will appoint Tours-day, April 6th, as Fast Day. HrMiNCTOX. On Friday night last the storeof .Mrs. Lncinda Saylcs was entered and twenty-six dollars in cash stolen. The rob ber partook of refreshments daring his short stay. Bonds I'aid.-CoI. L. 15. I'iatt. of Bur Iineton.anl Hon. IUH. llovt.ol" St. Albans, the bondsmen of Gen. Stannard, lato Col lector of Customs.bave paid their liabilities on...

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 March 1875

YViolilitfc aitil Italii. ct b. n. sTOBoina. y u- vihh and to hare were one, my dear. Yon would bo Blttinj now V. ,tb oot a care In your tender hear, Not a care upon your trowt The dock of time would co tic wuh y u All the yean you bate been my wire. Till it pold en hand j hare )olnted cut The happiest hour of your life . 1 would (top then at that ioitnorUl hoar Tti clod, should co longer run t V u could not he tad and i'ct and old I ' tu w.th and to hi were una. j are not here in the winter, my lve, i no snow It cot whirling down ; l u arc in the he.irt of the lummer wiwd s. In ourdearold Feasidetown v i.t:r of little Icetin the leatef, Wautiful boy at your fide, i.n j Catherine fidwers in tbe fcbady noois - It was tut a dream that he died i k'j hold of bis hand, and tin; to him , r. j mother under the tun n.i eacli a pcraphlc child as yours I 'to wash and to hare are one. : tuck lam with you there, dear i., I i that i.ld house hy the tea; . hum flown to ou aa the Muebtrd fiita Ti ...

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 March 1875

;i ::LINn-jXjmAYrMlin9r'8T5. i.. iii:xi:iii"t. iciiitor. Jr. " -r. .1 ' !. TLc Nc rcatcxe Kite, l. W .--dti-faction among the people, as r tl ,!, -cover that Grogres, in the closing U..UJ- of ii- !it session, doubled the post ape jlioct everything that persons who arc i:..t publishers hate occasion to send l. r.ugh the mil", letters and postal cards excepted, is inten-c. The change in the law wa a very simple one. It merely trovided that the rate on all third class ua.ter, which before was one cent for each ,., oanee- or fraction thereof, should Lei.A-f.irth I one cent for each ounce or lra..-ti..n thereof. Now third class matter i..udes -ail -nmpbleU, occasional publi cations, transient newspaper-, magazines, hand hill--, posters, unsealed circulars, pros-lviu-. lwoks, Iwok manuscript", proof--heet-. eirrected projf-hcets, maps prints, engraving. b'.auk,aeiib!e patterns, samples t mercliandi-c. sample cards, phonographic -ajar, letter envelope,, postal envelopes sud wrappers, cards...

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 March 1875

THE BTJRLINQTON, VT FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-. MARCH 19, 1875. n ::i.i.-vi;to. aiw vicinity. ii. l. i.ark will celebrate Fourth of Jul; . .-rand style, this year, with a horc trot .-la balloon ascension. i -, Vermont annual conference of the .idit church will meet at Bellows Fall ,':,rncins April 2Sth. , , f Albany Republicans fired a hundred - .rcr the Republican tictory in Xcw , -' ire, Friday. , .r-Td. Vt.. intccdito celebrate the one - Ih anniverfary of the "-ettlccent of i a the present ycir. i ,.r:-two inches of snow fell at Brattle--, Junng the Ert ciht days of thopres- , th .ti.cr story ii to bj added to tha Meai j..i j House at Newport, thissprinj, a." the number ol rooaaSJO. . Albans ItrTIEi Maekct. Mirch IB. -Mirket inactiTe and prices ruling low, r j indications of a till further decline, jtitions. common to fair, 20 to 22 , good elections, 2s. Shipments 211 tubs. l-i -r -rem to be remarkably plenty in jiarls of Vermont this winter. George Mithcwjon. of Lyndon, recentl...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 March 1875

'I' : t z . it ,M . . . BURLLVUTOX.'FKIDAYrMAR. 10. IS75. ;. li. ltirvO'ICT. Editor. I . r.H S2.0" r 1W ,n att.alicc. ItxII.ICOAls TUAI.HN. ,,m Vvl .tens, rolor North, on the Central "wont . R-, it 4-3U Vm.. (except Jlonday n,ons andS0 a.m., and .4 47 i..m. . P'inz But at 6.55 Uh 1 J-M ,fi','J1?, t,,.m!ota.oa the Rutland and iurtlajton R. IL. at sal a.m., and 2JW and 9.03 p.m. ritam Akbiv from the North and ttest . m-.iiOand9.10p.nl.. fromtl. JtatSAland lj.-W i. m5.E0 and a 33 p. m . from the tooth. l.a and 9.05 a. m.-, 4 47 and 7 J) p. ra. Thursday was the Crt anniversary of tho death of Charles Sumner. A.J. Craac left this city Friday morning in coiniianv with United States Mdri-hal (leorge I'. Foster, for Woodstock. (ioii.n iorc isno more. At the annual tour, meeting in PIainficld.it was voted tu auuci this Gore, under an act of the legi-laturc. Alter your maps accordingly. The Montpelier -Iryw suggests to Gov ernor Feck the propriety of appointing IVt Day on Good Friday, which 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. — 26 March 1875

Wrljca far the Free Frew ani Time?, i: a . i ZY OH16LS. rnniainv iinriiaga. aye. nitny 3nra. itbe- wfoiKith ebiD heart, aad tcart i hD;u!h Mr, to taho hia toy awar (iumwilr:e-l remraher we 1 tiid it .n.y n iTS5 he, ani O. Low Kai ie n-t-tntlr with many doiibt and :r, tie . ilde-l in idaniD'd f-n1 deairo r ' tit h 1113.' r Uhur in tbeii ;fcer, i'i-tm del sphere o'rwMe Ml. '. ! lie rvmatnwl alone, to till the aei!. Win; j'-eron lopes, tbon-h sadly left behind ,ut u thus;; a iui ins father's mind! uinx pi-ient wntns for a "vrtonc brirht, - ' t sic, a'a hat waiting Iut tlis nijht i t F.odea lnpd to pare bii fellow men, 1 i .tr y jw-i iit fur tlie raotnrt-t when tu n eoeo t'litsi from weli-tra ted lip shfo'I wl 1 'I a uandetr fntn the pth of sin. . anic-t y !e w.iit-d. 'i he tis - he chuBO :ii ri tnd tMtn the sobolar ioe . ji )i t nr-s-j, ft bt'peleu mai.c, . - ; r --p -r . i. hted, aod U:s avod a vrs X. ! -r wf '1 It thit. if he must he mid, f 1 ul loi... ol tifa itntirtal hid; i :i i. ...

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 March 1875

gpf Jm Jras. BUKUNGTONjmDAYTMAR.20. 1375. . U. BENEDICT. Editor. Tcrm.-Sl.00 r, lwr. In Jruce. The case is dismissed. "In the case of Tiiton v.. Beecher, the defendant king chvrged with adultery with Elirabe h K. Tiiton. we, tie jar;, find Tiiton guilty of casting amorous stances at ictom Wood hul." Chicago Tribune. It is a thousand pities that Messrs. Evarts and Tracy should persist in trying "the case" in a way not to suit the Chicago 7'n iune, the Xew York Sun, Timet&oiGraphic and the Springfield Republic. They should hate listened in silence and growing con fusion to the evidence or Tiiton and the Moultons. Mr. Tracy, with such shame faced brevity as becomes an advocate who Las not the shadow of a case, should then have offered a few extemporaneous SS6" tionshy way of opening for the defence. He ought by no means to have copied, to any extent, tic example set him by "Sam" Morris-, is reading hi opening in good part from manuscript. They should then have put Mr. Beecher at on...

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 March 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH oG 1875. BI'ItLI-f GTOX AMIS VICISITV. Mm or 300 acres to C. V. and E. L Jack can of Fcrrisaorgli. ConsUeratbn. 13.- BWiop Bissell Tisited St. Lake'- Church. . Albans, latt Snnday, and conSrmed .vcitccn jicrsom. v, tfod. On Sitnrday or last week -ry Macombcr. or Wcetford, while at .Lin Mr. Stanley's factory, had three ;ex of hU left hand cut off by carelcs-.ly ;mg them in contact with a circular I'all at the Fbsk 1'kess office and get your .ttrr-hcid, hill-heads and shipping tills : -ir.ted with Francis & Loutrel's copying i by far the bc-t copying ink in use. r A its X3 Butter Mirkkt, Mjbcu 23. 1 l.c market was doll, very little offerio. i.uiaoa to fair 15 to 13 eta ; medium to d 13 to SO cts ; selections, Si to 21 cts ; .Tit edgo 2j. lk-v. L 0. Ware's last Wednesday eve ning lecture was on Michel Angtlo, in nonor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the reat master, which occurred on the t.'.h of this month. The lectur...

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 March 1875

4 6- rJL1 k Jra Jpms. BtinUNGrax7raDAT7MAR.20, 1875, UKcniCT, Editor, rcr--Sg.o i'f,ri ' """" i lUILIllllU TIULIt. Ltatx FrB-lpcros, xoins North, on the Central errt ' . R-, t 4J0 a.m, (except Monday r4in; and 9 9) liu and 47 and i. ui iin; halt t 6.S3 ajn.. 1"0 end t5a p.m-, 6u'n- South. oa the Rutland and Xurlinzton K. K..te:!a.m., ai.d2ijand9.05p.m. Ttmus aueitx from the Ncrth and West .it. A a in. iWand9jop.ni,. from the hast al Shl and te.M a. m 5.50 and ts 33 p. m , from the South, 4.31 end 9.03 a. St.; " and TJ2) p. to. Charleston, Vermont, rejoices in a female dcEti.-t. whot-e "crowning effort," the lo cal paper rays, was on the 10th instant, when he pulled fire double teeth for A- II. Griy. A grand reunion of all the veterans of the war will lie held in Chicago, under the aus piecesoftbo Grand Army of the Republic, on the 12th, 13th, and 14th of May. Two Milton men droTein a sleigh around a circle cn the mill pond for an hour and c. half the other day, under the idea that t...

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 April 1875

t The Two Anstli. ET JOBS O. WUITTIES. c'ltd the neareU anjels who dwell with him i abore - . teaderest cna wn Pity, the dearest on w Lt V6. I e, He saij, "my tae'i: a will if wm &&d iia t'j throu- h the atesf.f hearea, and saddens all i harp take opthemjunu'al strain that from a loiiwonc swells, inuke ot torment clouds the lljht and blinds tne asphodels. .'uwnrard to that utter world, and on Its muliof pain e drop unlVs like sunshine, and Tity tears jike rain. res bowed before the throne tclleJ n their Culden hair ; .- w!i tf w.o-s lessened ewlftly down th dart hy: of a.r. j ws ktranre, the fli;bt wn loaj. atlut the auela came . - "wunr the lost and rether world, r4 wrapped in raylrsi flame. i'.u . udder! nr. wept, bat Lore with fa.th tixi uroo; tor fear. . .jart Trin uod'a aluightineM and smtlel a a i il cheer. i tut tear j f Ptty quenched the dame where- on 11 ,e:l, ' w tti tne euDiihineof that tm It, hope entered Into bel 1 u Vv'iIhJ fAcea fall oljor linked upward to the...

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 April 1875

3. i. THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1875. BOKLINGTON. FRIDAY. APR. 2. 1375. ,j. Ii. nnXKMCT, lMllor. Term. . '" -'' " STATE OK Vi:itMO.-VT. DV ASAUEL TECK, GOVERNOR. A l'roclamatloii. In obedlcare to long-established custom, and reo tznirrag tbo duly ofits proper observance, and its beneficent innaence on people. I lo hereby ap point FRIDAY, TOC SlitlttlH MI OF APRIL XEXT. to be cbser, ed by the people of th Stale 19 a day cfFAsmo. IIcxiulTlox ASD Prater And I rec ommend tint tbe iople of the State on that day, rest from all unnccsssiry labor and business, fcre mtnj recreation and amusement, and assemble at Vlieesor public worship, inuring in eierciscor Jtrotioa appropriate to the occai:on , and observe the day In a manner worthy of the high and holy purpose to which It was dedicated by the custom and examplo of our Forefathers. U'.rcn under my hini and the seal of the State In Ezscutivs Chamber, at Montpelier, this Twenty-third day of March, iatheVcar of ou...

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 April 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FltlI)AY( OltNlNG. ftP&r'U ',-' 187B. Itl'IILIMiTOX AMD VICISITY. An elegant nev Mock on Charcb street, 1 1 replace half a dozen rookeries, i one of ;hc possibilities of the coming season. Cue Commissionar? for the town of E-sex live decided to issue their foorjdla for the . .,'ding of the Burlington and Lvnoille u ulroad, on the fir.st proximo. "ne of the encouraging sieni of the times -; e fact that a heavy real estate owner of - . ily announces that hercalter his build mil not be leassd to liquor sellers, ; : others do likewise. !ue building containing the waiting :. ,m, ticket-office, etc., at the steainbnat iiiiing, has been removed to the west, i- D-t the frcight-hou'c, and U undfr ; ' g thorough renovation. I he loi by the fire, Saturday night, foots , abjut $100. The building was insured t r$3 000 gl.SOOinthcChaniplain.Mutual i this city, and the -ame amount in the I ir.ucra' Mutual, of Montpelier. 1 io work ol cataloguing the books in th...

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 April 1875

, - 1 I S - ' 'P"T!j'""T-TT.TTr.T'-i-Nr T7n " vt?i?v. ppv.HS FRIDAY MQRNIN. iltc Jr ra BUBLINQIOK. FRIDAY. APR. 2. 1875. i. O. BENEDICT. Editor. tinuIMM rear, lwyi In dTnce. Liate Bbrlustoh. Eolnj North, on the Central Vermont . R, l Ji m.. (except Monday Bernini, and m- na 4 4 ".d p.m. , joins tatt l 6-55 a.m.. 11M and fecilnr South, on the Kotlaod am kurlluiton R. Bat81Ma.m..and2.Iiueiid9.05p.m. nui.ii ABtiTi from the Worth and t 7A .m100 and 9.10 pjn,. from th. East at 5-2o I0.S0 a. m 5J0 and 8 33 p. m. ; from the booth, 4.20 and 9-50 a. m.; 4.47 and 7.'A p. m. The physicians' retorna show that about fire thousand persons were Taccinated here, daring the present winter, at the expense of ths city. They have coined a new word for the spelling ferer ; orthogrammatomania it is, and it is proposed to give it a whole page in the dictionary. SnELBrax. The seats in the Methodist Epistopal church were rented Wednesday for the year ensuing. The rents amounted to about $1,100. Capt. S. (j....

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. — 9 April 1875

Wr.tten for the Free Press and Times. ur f. s. w. Bridal morn of Earth and Heaven, Brightest ift to mortals tren ' All tbe m-nt did wait thy d-a. 1'eatVs dirk veil is now withdrawn ffi'i-t the cites of hell hath rai-eJ, tiir.st bith opensd Paradise Mary 11-rther' holy one- '1 u iIib earth thy face bend down, L Hk from II m. the glorious Son, - miJe upon thy little one. Lend ire win to climr ti Heaven n me suubeam oi a son?! 'axrdian anel near Gud'a throne ioao.o- eartnward from thy Home -lreil my dovelike wing In uie t my k.u1 exultmjh k c un ttcred up to "Heaven, s i . n' ever, Canst it risen Spirit. 1 u xy .i calm and cloudless, IV K-er Uay on Hirh: 'i iliveu'b bright orbs do listen I'd slowm- Litany 1 1 dreams of Earth foam Heaven ward 1 ii -uht wuko to rush toward liod . t lu ntit itiat shone in a imager ltd WiQje; m way abure. .Vorfa; . -r t'l j "ii'Ai VI tlier Eirth uiinnn; r warui breast with 2twsr-", th. .ad Kapler M jrii n, ' otl-.u her U " o, Kkke up at ;irtn.ci ; clttt t!...

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. — 9 April 1875

Flic Sm $vm- lil.ltl.lX(;T3y."ntlDAY.""AlT.. U. IS75. ;. is. nrdVKIlICT. Kitllor. Tcriu--S3. a J ear, always lu advance. liar Lroson or tlie Scandal. It ; t.. lie hoped that Mr. Beechcr, and good jn-.ij.le in general, will derive from bis excricmc a distinct warning against the c-.c-c-i- of siijicr-huuian virtues. To forgive i- undoubtedly a Christian duty , but to forget, when one has Iiccn grossly injured; t.o wipe out absolutely all recollection or sen- of wrong to treat vile offenders as if they had never offended is not often con--i-tent with self-rcsj.cct, nor often, we 1 licte. thc.duty of mortals. This, however, was what Mr. Beechcr undertook to do in this wretched business. He suffered, as he testifies and as wc believe, an outrageous wrung at the hands of Theodore Tilton. It was mi less tlan a deliberate attempt to taint .Mr. Beeeher"- reputation, by a gross and raise charge, affecting his character for jersonal purity. This charge was bol-tered ti. by tlie aisjininablc de...

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. — 9 April 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT FREE PBES6, FRIDAY MUltNlNa. APRIL 0, 1875. I nriiiixTo. asi vicixitv. 1 be ico in tbe Lamoille and WinooAi r.kc up on Saturday, but unless a licavv -a.n -cts in tberc is no danger of a Iresbct m Albans Bitter Market. April M irkct dull. Quotations common to fair, l t . -'0 ; medium to good, 20 toV'5 ; choice, ; . '.N , elections. 3$ cenU. -t year tb'o William-, made the first fthe season from thin city to l'latt i. April Oih, and tbc line bnatscom itlie regular trip one week later, ,. Kith. Hi- honor. Judge Tyler, whow farmer ...in cf office expired Monday, warworn ia t-1 ,ty Judpe for the tsuing year. MunJay ... . -hut. Judge Tyler reappointed at clerk , ii- court the pre-vnt popular incumbent, ip-rge F. Mar-b. i'i. ituiw Mirkst, April 5.- The market w i- active for butter, at an advance on la-t price. Ordinary and wd, A! to . choice, 2j to JTc ; selections to2K U rumored that Mr. II. l- Spiutdia-, tie uf the Junction Moumj, E-ex Junc ii hi, to take charge of th...

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. — 9 April 1875

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