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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 June 1875

Written tor the Free Prei and Timei. April. bt o, a. w. Tbe sua was ihlnlnr. yesterday. The birai s: evenlnj tuor, "Etch nitn bis neighbor meeting, Vxchaajedthofneodlj- rTeetln. 4Dd hiiteolaf, strove tbe beit to uf. And with a tjratefal tongue, A tribute faring. Kind wordi for pprin. II. Mi m a faint, sweet tioze of groca. Thus welctme ai tbe blrdi, A blntif what vaj coining, We almost beard tbe bumming, Of Iws, amid tbe flowery fchcea. The honey -drippinj wtrds, of purple dovea, Teflms their lores. tt tent the tranches down to see. If to their promise true, Tl.e flowing Mpssp-wellinr, The blossom buda were twellin, V irntn their winter wrapping free, Tha leaves were breaking tbroab. And folding down 1 fceir robes of brown. 17. swt4bt tbe muffled tnlip-bed. Ha 'lumberers to wake. And found already rifted. And hero and there uplifted, i ao yielding eoll , with cautious tread. And deftly bandltd rate, We laid tbera bire. To balmy air. v. si uitdQisbt came a dreadful cliac's, We heird ...

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. — 25 June 1875

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MO RISTUST &, JTTUE 35. 1875. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1875 i. i. IICXKUICT. JUdllor. Trii--S2.00 "-r, ttyi In fteltancr Tfce Rhode Island Legislature lias rcpeal ed the constabulary law ; and a license law 1 propped, a? a substitute for the prohib itory law.nith a local option clause. li was estimated that at least 75,000 stiangrrN spent Wednesday night in Boston, and t'.c biggest rush had not come. large nuja'-ers were nnable to find lodging, and hundred slept on the grass on the common. The iirt train of the season took a party of New Hampshire legislators to Jit. Wash ington over the White Mountain Railway. on the 20th. They found the top of the mountain covered with snow six inches in depth, while in the Glen were snowbanks more than five feet in depth. The Grand Master of the grangers, Mr. Dudley W. Adams, is accused of owning a . jst tract uf real estate in Florida and of be ing intetcstel in a narrow-garage monopoly i- luwa.and...

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. — 25 June 1875

i li ItrULntiTO.t AA" Villain- luUT-Vjos "'v. eonty and state news .,,1 lu Toani untie fourth pages of" tliii l-apcr Mans Bitter Maemt. Jane SI, '75. Fur to zooi 20 to 2G cK, choice 23 els. . -nc hnndreJ and fifty tab at m-irtct. sr Ai.b-.ss Butter Maekxt. June ft!. irlet same m U-t week. dull. Medium m Ijir, 15 to 1; selections. 23 to 2Je ; uin-y, -ii , gilt edged, gflg. 1 'ic U.iard ol Directors of the Merchants .ti jr.al Bank of Burlington have declared . :r uaal setui-annaal dividend of fire per , t . payable on and after July l-t, 1675. J..!.n F. Henry, E-q., -Nw York city, '., i. raN Henry, IVter and Well, and I n:n i. lteed, or this city, have gone to -I I.eon bprins-, P. Q , for a week's fihing i-i t' at vicinity. V a i I'las. iVe have 1-eep i-hown some ti i.- green pea', full crown, picked in this . .t M mday. from the garden of II. C. A. "-hiili, I'ine -treet. l'htv arc, probably, - i lir-t of the searfM) i Oe.htb. The whole tier of the i'ii rn cnuntic- of New York it suff...

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. — 25 June 1875

BDRLlXCf5N FRIDAY. JCXESS. 1875. li. .'. nCXCDICT. Editor. Trn.S3.0 a le-ar, al.rai In dnre. IMiliHUAll TIUIMi liars: 1 ill .aoTOii, solos North, on the Central Vermont K. It, at t& a. m.. ( ei MPtMond moruins and 9 23 a.m., ui t pan., pins ta.tt7.CUA.m..l2.CandJJ3p.m, Lln&out5.on the I'uUandaudkurllnstonlt. .. at o 10 and IMC . m and 2JM and MS p. m. Anaiva from tie North and Wt at 7 and 10.16 in., 1.2andaj3 pjn.i from the East -at 6.15 a.ra.,nd5.55 p. in-; trom the boath, 4.27 and e in. 4 46 and 7.1 3 p. m. STEAMBOATS. fl.mplIn Tnniport.tiop Co.'. Line Boats renal btlvwi- (Joins south, leare Burllncton tt 11.15 ,m. end 10.3.1 p.m. tiolni North, leave tt 2.xi t. matd 3.43 p.ri. Raltsbursh Ferry-boat learcs Borlln;ton it 9 3) t m returning tt U0 p.m. The sum of ten thousind dollars ha? been Ftcured as b permanent fond for the State Normal School at Randolph, subscribed mainly by people in the city, and by old nudsntsor the Orange County Grammar School and Normal School. Orer...

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 July 1875

Tlie RhmiKc of llir Prm, Th acfEed drum.? ud roll lias lat The soldier lat tattoo; more on life's parade shall meet That tirave and fallen few. Oi Fame eternal camping ?roual Their silent tents are spread, AM 'liiry cosrdit, with twleiuo Tfund, Tb9 I luuac of the dead. iN" rumor of the fueV advance Now swells upon the wind, trim bled thtai-rht at midiiilt haunt Of h.ied .-nes lett rehind . No v ston o the morrow 'a Ftrire The warr or'a dream alarms. No Imviii: horn nor screatam;; fife At dawn thali call to arms. It Didr shivered sworJs are red with rctt. nr r uumc4i oeais are iniwbu, T he-r haoshty banner, trailed in dust, 1- row their martial shroud And j.lefltx)u laneral tears hare waahed The red !-ta'n- from each hrnw, Xnd the proud form, by hattlo jabbed. Are ;re J.- m anguish now. Toe tie ii.' tr'v.p, the nashing; Made, The 1-uleV rtirrin; blast , 'i ho eharje. tho dreadful cannonade, 'I fie i'..n nn tliout are past wat wld not. nor jelorj 's peal, Miml thr U with fierce delish...

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. — 2 July 1875

4 J nTTT,T.TTOjr. VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOBNINe. JULY a. ME. . . I v a. : M ;uTh c 4rrc $rcss. hi!i:lin(;t:)N. Friday, julys, ir.75. ... iii:m:dict. i-nior. i'ri m -rj.OO asms-, lwraf ill ads alic-r. Tie Crculljn Trial. TI.c New Yoik rarer-, which have been ruing entire rages to the scandal trial for mi Ion;, ate now reduced to descriptions of what little can bo wen ol the jury Iy ring into the jury room from EC-igliborin; windows. It is said that they s pent Jlon dac in tilavin? came, and in walking luateho. Tiic Tr-i-tcncy cf the jury in re- inainitg ut -o long, without asking to 1 di-charged, is considered by the knowing one- as indicating that one or two obstinate men "hang the jury." The general experi ence i that the oMinatc juror in such cases, if not oorrui.ted, etcntually s uccumln. Tr.c jadge Mates that coun-el cannot agree al.iut calling dawn the jury, and that he w ill n.it -end fir them until counsel agree ntioti it. Jlr. licechtr is rrjortcd as saying to an inlerview...

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 July 1875

THE BURLINGTON. VT., PEEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2. 1875. nuiii.isiiTos -isn viciaiTV. Interesting citv, county and state news will be found on the fourth pagooftbis paper. The Colorado potato beetle ba n--aie its nppcaranco in several localities in this county. .Milton- Hcttei Market, June 2Bth. Good, from S3 toCr.e; citra choice. 27 and 23c. St. Albans Butte -Market. June 29. Mitkct dull, common to fair. 15 to 18c; medium to cood, 20 to 22j; selections, 21c; 'ancy and gilt edged. 23 to2Cc. The potato-bugs are coming, it seems, by the way of the Ogdcnburg Krailroad. Thry have reached Stockholm, JC. V., twen tx miles wc-t of JIabnc. The annual examinations, preceding the i Uri- of the College year, are in progress at the 1'niverMty. The Vermont EpijeopAl Institute at Kock I'.iint clo-ed for the rammer vacation, yes tinhv . r.niurc Johcson, of this city, and Wm. II. il-on, of Es-ex Junction, hare taken the contract for building the trestle work n the Burlington and Lamoille llai...

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. — 2 July 1875

3 4 .J! -v--i a 5 f S- ' -TTr vrva TTTTV " - 1 T-TTTT. HI KijlINU-XUll, J- . t BUnUNCTON. FRIDAY, JULYS. 1875. ;. . BENEDICT. Editor. Terms--$3.M r, 1W In dvne. i:Ml.ltlAI TKAIHS. Lrivr Kc' :. rolS fortb. cn th Central Vermont K. B-. - - "5 morn-.u: end 9.25 a. nu, pd I ? 5 lCt 8 ID and 10.16 a.m, and aa -m-Annul frcn tb. North andWest t-K'2;if & m lan-lS p.m,. from tbe East at 6.1s !..5&JW pTm., from th. bouth, 4.27 and S a. m. . 4 snd T.I3 p.m. STEAM ItOAT. CKsmplain Transportation Co.'. Une " fallows, lion:; couth, leave Burl'.nrten at 11.15 . ,nd l p.m. Ooin;orth. leave at 2.UI a. a.aw!3.Sp.U!. rlalLburjh r'erry-boat leaves BuUiirton t 9 30 rn.ni.. returning at 3JU p.a- . gooJ tiino to buy carpets from the larfe awrtrflcr.t at tbe Hec Ilifc carpet Ull. A ire in St. Alhio. carlv Thursday morning. dt-trorcJ G.iSV.-. grocery f tore, on Elm street. Ls Hpw.ir.is or 5,000. Dr. C. W. Hotcbiin, ol Rochester. N. Y., vL-iL Jtnrlinston on Wednesday and Thorp day of nest week, Juno ...

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 July 1875

sr r&ixcxs browse. Upon the white sea-sand There Fat a. p.ljrxim bind. Telling the losses that their lives bid known, While ereninr waned away From breezy cliff and by. And the ftron- tides went cot with wesry room. One f pike with qnirerlnj Hp of a fair, freighted ship, ita alt his household, to the deep jwio down ; Hat one had wilder woe For a fair face. Ion; asro. Lost In the darker depth of a jrreat town. There were snmewho mourned their youtb With a most lovins truth, for its drive hope and memories ever green; And one upon the West Turned an eve that would not rest. For fr-fl hills, hereon it Joy had been. Some talked of vanished pold. Some of proud honors told ; .bji -pake of triends that were their trust no more And one or a jreen rave Ileside a foreijn waie, 1'iidt mado him sit bo lonely im the t hore. Hut when their tales were done, Tnere ipake amon; them one, A stringer, peemin; from all Farrow free; "t-ad losses have 3 e met, Dat mine is heavier yet. For a believing ...

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 July 1875

i '5' ? THE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-. JULY 9." 187f giif Jjrrc IJrrss BUUUKGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 9. It75 ... ti. )li:.):iHT, lllior. Trriti S2.00 j fir, Iw) In ! '-. Tfct l'Bd r ibe Trial. The IietcLcr trial las ended, a- prolablj uirCDOt ufciery ten intelligent persons in tbe country MipiMJ.-ed it would, in a final Jfogncmtnt of tic jurj. That the jury were not an where near equally divhlcil i-; -..lain from the tiurrcccdentcd time that they la.ulccn out. Had they j-tood ecven to five, ore.en eiLt to four, it U altogether litely tliat tley would hate ghen up hope .f final agreement in at ma-t two or three day. Hat if the jary had agreed, it has lcn plain for Mime time that the public would netcrtbele-s remain di-agrced. The trial ha furnMie-1 no proof of Mr. Beecher V guilt Itloisal-o furnished no demonstra tion i.l hU innocence, such as will shut the mouth of hi traducer-, or convince tboe who dm-frc to lHcTe him guilty. There will .r..ahlj W no t-nch demonstratio...

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 July 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 1875. .ik.i,i:v;t.v .v. Vl'-I.MTV. Interim citv. coaly and .tote news i.'l he ljund on tho luurth pagcof tins paper. Tl.reo youn; men were Lapl -i 't te r,'r Rinti-t Church, thii lm:t, Sjnday ire tl.t! rator. llcv. Mr. Willcoi ,nJ one 1.1- Kev. Mr. Thcrlan. French Mie- -unary. Rct. X. 1'. Fo-ter prcacliod a; tlie riri-t i!.t; rhnrfh. Sunday moraine. Jlr. Kjsler will lo renicnibcrci! a a former pa , r i.i luat church. It i- announced that Gm. 15. I'. IJutkr po-itive'y )-' the orat .r at the comics reunion .f Vermont -oliicr- at Uratllc !:... M Ai...in8 llnrrt Market, July .larkot on the decline, 'tcady fallinR off. (';uain tobir, litoSOc; (air to C"od, id 'tt ; cood to choice S to 2lc ; fancy, . -'ii. t .lf 3, -'-. Vhl. UlTTtR MRKET, .lulV 5, 187.". Mark, t dull. rt- hems the average price. nli '. .-l-i-iii-siiy a inflcmi.ro for choice Inn.--. lit ar.nnal collection for the lV.nc lal.cn up Id the Bouan I'ath.i ..r thi- city, Sunda...

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 July 1875

T TTT' pr.TvaTnN. VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY M6RNIN&, JULY 9, 1875. 3RisKnantous. 1 5X- t BtlllLlNGTOX. FRIDAVTJULY 9. B"'5 ;. ;. ncvmiCT, Editor. Term S2.00 . rr, .1 w.ya In .d Sheriff Drew has recently appointed Dean HcIbrd. of Charlotte. hU deputy for that town. Mr. lloord has had Feteral jcars' ciperience as constable, and will be a capa blo and efficient officer. ittll.iui.l TKI. Laarr lr !CK!, rolnc Iortb, on the Central Vermont H. at "7'""r:,'c tn.ruior and 9 23 . m and 4 40 and ..15 run. i joins Eait t 7.("l a.m.. 12.23 and 7.65 p.ni, oliiJut&.cn the kotland and feurlinctua It. R..atrl lu and 10.16 a.m., and 20 and atSpm. Akrix trim IIia North and West at 7.55 and 10.16 .m 1.25 and aw pjn,, from the East at S.15 i. m Hid "i-fw p. m ; from the houth, 4.27 and JUS a lu. . 4 46 and 7.13 p. m. VI KIWIOITK. Champleln Transportation Co.'. Line Boats mnaj follows (iuinr eouth. leave Burl!n;ton at 11.15 a jn. and lo 3d p.m. tioins North, leare at Z.W a. a. and 3.15 p.m. Plaltlb...

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. — 16 July 1875

The He.aon Why. It tf not that I loTfri her oreimneh That made car parting: bitter ; It was not lor the aottness or her touch. Or her eyes' glitter. It was not that her cheek was rciy f'r. Or unm-th a any peaches t U was not that she bad fuch Iota ofhair Ai black as leeches. It wat not for the cuonlDjr hat ahe wore, AU flowers, and lace and feather. It vii not that, tboo;h temperance to the corr. We smiled together. Twas not that when we partod, her smell hand Wared an adieu I did not ao discern It a Twai that abe bcrrowed my umbrella, and Ilia not return it. tnrrdolrs of Uortors. At the age of twenty Fothcrgill, tlic son of a planter in Tortol.i, released hU fifty slaves, and became a voluntary beggar ; then e.immeDcing jractice, he amassed nearly two thousand pounds in six months, and came to Kngland, where he soon liecame rcnonncd for hit benevolcnco and learning. li-ing over Friend, whoe Jacobitinn got him into the Tower, and Cheelden, with hU predilection for pugilism, we pass ...

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. — 16 July 1875

Ik I hi it 1 it r i Hi I BUKLINGTON. FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1375 ;. li. nKXKUICT. Kdllor. Tri--S2.0 year, alwaie In advance. Two gentlemen and their wives at Waurc gan. Conn., drove two miles out of town last Sunday t bathe in the river. They left tbeir cluthtt.' in the carriage. When they came out tbeir carriage to gone, and they had to walk amile in their bathing clothes, to the nearest house. The next day the carriage wa found in the river, the hoe having fiecn drowned. A f. vear- since there were but three nlaco oa the Merrimae river where the .. . , - i i ,i.. i seining olBa was carncu uu, uuu o-. nes for the Tew men cmploved, and that fur a few dajs was nut profitable. This vcar there wa seining at about twenty diff erent points, with good profits to the fisher men. Tli" price of fi-h to consumers n If- nc-tMrd than the price" of tea ve-ar- ago. The change Mae to the labors of the Stale Commission oa Fisheries. The ninety-ninth anniversary of American lode-pen fence was tery general...

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. — 16 July 1875

viri.MTY. ltcro.t...citT. county aud vull Ira lound on tho fourth ,iEeorthn pjpcr. B a.M -Markct. July 12.-Tbc market WIS about the sraoas last ctk. letter , ,W at 21 to 23; for good, aud 21 to iu for oh hoc. Chcra. farm dairie-. U to 1 Ic Mil tun -Liiai'b. the young man ulo . shot by Howard, on the third inn., ii rf cji .ring. Howard U amoni; the missing, and Mippoxid to be somewhere in New l!'i:,iit-liiTC. Nino icrMn's united with the College sircet t'oaircgational church iu th"n city. un Sunday. July 1th, vcn of them on pro i -i m and to by transfer from other i- iurche. j The 1' & O. lliiLROin. The job of com ulctiri thr- Portland .t Ogden-burg road ca-', from Wt-t Concord to the Connecticut nwr. i" let to Jimes Sarajc of Augusta, Mtini. and he will have the entire line I"i iv for the iron in -o;ut. The rails are a r. . iv taught and in Ill-ton. and the wuri ! .!jinsthem down will be begun lery -dm. The Portland people promi-o io have ihc bridge acro-s the Connecticut d.in.-...

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. — 16 July 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRE 8S, FRIDAY MORNING-, JULY 16. 1876. BIKLINT0n7fRIDAY, JULY 1G. 1875 u. uruvKllCT, .Editor. mII,HUAI TKAI.fS. Tiirr PtR ivat&n. ruins- North, on the Central Vermont B. R at a. m., (except Monday ; coins Eait at 7-fO a.a.. Ii23 and 7.55 p.m., (join boots, oi tte hutland till mrlinrtxra Ii. lUtiOidI0.1C,m, 2.20 indSJSp m. AaaiTE fnm tbe McrtJ and Wert at7-5Sanll0.16 a.u3 l.vT. and Sa pjnt. In m tbe Km! at 6.15 a, m nd 6.&S p. m . rom the buuth, 4-27 and 9.25 a in. ; 4 46 tod 7.13 p. m. Chniplain Ti asportation Co.. Line TaU ran as fsjlkw God tenth, leave Hurlinzton at 11. IS (urn. and lo 3tf p.nu Ooin 'orth. leave at "2JM a. in atHlJ.45p.nj. PJatUirzn Ferry-boat lea res Berliiijtt-n at 9.3) a. returnin; at X3Q p.m. Tbirt. -four persons are now confined in the Chittenden county jail. TbeSanton Cornet Band realized G0 h the net proceeds of their recent excur sion to tbi" city. We understand that the Howard Nation al Bank, of this city, i- soon to hav...

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. — 23 July 1875

1 1 Tli out; Mb on lne Commandments, BV GEOCr.Xl. BAKER, JR. "'01P"3wr neijabor as yourself" So tne pargou vreiehe ; Thti one hill Ihe dccilo roe bo the prayer book teaeaei. llt'f my tuy I eando WitnaluKeJiWt For with all my heart tad scu1. I du loTe my nei-hbcr,. Mirhty little credit, that, Jo my M.f-denial, Xotto h ve her, though, Uihi " fomethicjof atrial. Why, therwy ht that peeps 'through the slajs above her L'nrs rt'UBd her lipf; yru teo LVn tieunWiiaa love her. t make my mer t more, I'll so bejood the Setter . Lore my elhbor as mj t el: Vei, and ten timea better. Fit she' wetter than ihe breath or the f prinr that pei i hrou;h the fragrant babbling wooUi, Or tbe meadow zTientt. AM IVe reached the word, I knuw. ror it was my doty To convert tbe ctnhburc hear OMiis I ttie beauty. 0d" eit buccpm has crowned II si nrv labor. Fir bereireet eyes.-wn thitahe Also lovea her neighbor. The Itier Time. IV ItCSJAMI FBlTIKUf TAV LOR " a wfnderful stream is tbe River Time, Ac it run? thrwu...

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. — 23 July 1875

ll 1 1 A BliULlXGTOX. FRIDAY, JULY S3. 1673 uk.m:iicti Ktlllr. rtrni.-S3-" III .lance TrT:rtri.t Prrl.ton In Here"-.. ' ncmark cble Iteilew .f II 'I marlM OYoior. Thereof order for the release ..f Bo- Twc 1 thcXew York Oiurt of Apr-Is lre:":; poriar.ee iL-ti'"" to judges and officer, or justice. Tweed, it will U nuicinbercd. was accused omity oce ini-demcanors in a. many separate counts of one and the same indictment. Ho a" tried for them all at once and convicted nheui all before Judge Xoab Davi-, who pronounced several fucccs-ive or accuinu lativc sentence, against hiui lor tbc-c or fenee, amounting in the whole to twelve years' impn-onmcnt in the New York Peni tentiary, w ith tine, amounting to $12,750-Fora-ingle.ff.rnce or this sort the utmo-t punishment allowed by law i, one years imprisonment and a fine of $250. Tweed -pent a year in pri-on, paid to the proper receiver $250, and then sued out a writ of habeas corpus for his own discharge. After deci-iou- again-t him in the sub...

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. — 23 July 1875

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 23. 1875. Intersil? citr. cianty and Mate news will bj Sound on tho fourth pagoofthw paper. ; IUt. George S. Guernsey preach in i:cx, nest Sunday, July 2J'-h. Milton Bcttek Market. July lD.-Ueod brought Sj cents and choice 2C cent. Dr. William li. Lund, of this- city, bas ten appointed Examining Surgeon of Pen ion, ice Dr. E. S Peek re-igecd. About go.WO was appropriated from the City Treasury by the lljardorAldeiiacn, at their list meeting. Pipers Wasted Wanted, at thi oEee, ivuics uf the Weekly Free Press of Xorcro b;r 2"J:b, 1574. and April lfi, 175, for which a good price w ill be paid. r. Albans Hitter Market, July '-D. (,'jimm to fair. 13 to 13j per pound ; me dium to good. H to 20j per pound; choice, 23 to 21s per pound ; selections 2Jcenta perpoonfi; gilt edged, - per pound. Mar kit dull. PiattO.urghers feel proud over the fact that a Plattsburgh Imy. Lynde Palmer, was une of the Cornell Freshman crew which i-ane m ahead ...

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. — 23 July 1875

' 1 1 i i I 1 4 li i l BHULLVGTON. FRIDAY, JULY 23. 15T5 . . iti:.ti:iiici r..ntr. TerniSa. "" !! '",'c- It.is Mid that a rtcent ..torm in Weathers field killed COO steep that had just been tun.tJ out Irom shearing. Tro tiicte.1 teams of Licroe player-" from Jluctrtal data end CuighrjawBfja Indians, vrillriiit England shortly on invita tion of an English club. Several liquor Hellers in Middle-bury bare lcn fitud mm ranging from 10 to 00. The complaints were mads by the Woman's Temperance Association. John Med'rrgor, of E--ex Junction, lias challenged JIurey. of Saratoga; Gardner, of Troy.and Kibin-on. of Albany, X. Y-, to play a match at checkers of one hundred and fifty games for one thousand dollars a fide, the match to be played in this county in October, Novemberand December The challenge reniin open until August I0:h. The act critic uf the Kutland Herald Fpeak- in the following Addisonian English ..... ..f lii T.-irlnfitin ..la, of the U V 1 at the recent Commenoenien:: Tbc lac...

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