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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 April 1867

Count VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL- XIII. BUBLTVOTON.VT., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL o, I8G7 NUMBEK FORTY '8flre Ji-te fjms. g. c. a- ii-i.. MissamcT. SMT0B4 aSD raIBToa. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 6. 1R7. ! Tl.e Kxtra Se-lw. i ii! r-ior- of the Lrgi-Iiture has 'i: Wen n f-h-Tt, sharp and effective" affiir. The members awem'.M on Wednesday ir,"iniin, in foB force and in (rood humor. willirg to assumo that ibe. Governor would ",-t r.ave railed them trgetr.tr without soffi. r-icnt r iusr, acd gcneTs'ly inclined to do what : cdrd to he doer and go home, as soon as po-'iMc It Trap evident at onoe that there vn to be no fight ever the main object of tl.c M-stion, a set forth in the Governor's pr jd 1 mttion and xaewsagr. Tbe managers rf the Bennington ei Kntland road asked imply the reassge of two bills, both reason aMe and modcraV, -and they might rslcly have euharttcd f in case without argument other than that n-rr.is.' , d by the statt-tucnt of thr cs'c in the -error's message, and thtir -.wc ruem...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 April 1867

THE JBUKXilNGTOIS, Vt. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOHNING-, APRIL 5, 1866 O. C. A: 15. I- BENEDICT, xsnoits aso ranrwjxroBS. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1SS7. THE WEEKLY KKKK PRES Tat BrausoTox Wmklt YkzzVkm Is pub liahed traj' Friday morning, and coctaisi the latest news; reports cf Bolton cs.rktU asaCa bridle Cattle Market ; fell Sute, Ccanty and oral otelUsraee s well selected Miscellany-. Ac., 4e So care and outlay will be sparel to male It a re late. Interesting ana valuable famlli Journal. The circulation cf the Fczr Piutts rjeetdj that r any paper In the region, and It I. there fme. an unrivalled medium for advsrtUers We desire to give additional attention to theto- i! f iri of the rations towns In tola and aajolatn; Counties, In blch our Weekly Lai a nm&etoni (Jr. nlatlon. and ihall esteem It a favor If ocr reader rill forward us any items of Interest. Times. ; Tiro Bulla es per year, Ic advance. Connecticut Has gone democratic by from 5ft I to 700 majority and tbc republican lose ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 April 1867

mm mm THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 5, 1867 mm Sew Yoke, April 2. The IlcreWs Paris despatch of ycateidav details the opening 0 the Exposition. Tbc doors were opened at 11A.M., and every thing was confusion, no oce tenth ol the goods having 'xt-n opened or arranged, tbc American deputment being one of the most .ncjmplete. Americans are much di-sitis-fled with Commissioner Beckwith and con sider him totally inefficient. At 1 P. M. tbc invited puceta assembled m the Art gallery where Amirica made a fine show, bat the Ccaglish display was much greater. By the time the Emperor arrived 5000 people were inside ; and out-t-idoon tbc bills and roads and on the banks of the river around Paris at least one hun dred thousand people were assembled ; eight thousand policemen on duty. The Emperor aud Empreu came at 2 P. !., the crowd was good natured but not de monstrative. No cheers. The party passed araLtid tbc entire gallery, different national commissioner greeting tbem...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 April 1867

f THE Vt. FREJ- PRESS. F-RI-JDA-YrOT?Isri3SrG A'PRILr 5?-806 - r i 5 H Hit- 'lis 15 it; 1.9 I. ,M, it f t 3 3" I ikr .ft 32 Mi HI ?few Items. Thej arc 117105 to (top the sale of r Iron beer at Portland. Jt4i denied .that the A (tor House is to be eonfertca info' stores". ,The innlen Confederate mm Merritmc is li I hoisted with a torpedo. Ten thousand dollars was eabairibcd it I he Republican Congressional caucus, Man. Cav, toward the cipenso of ejndin;; political documents to the Sooth. Tlc.drifib from the hit elorru Lcltrceti Bpnnglitld and Albany are larger than those ol any tuviou rtorai this winter. Some of thoM) that were duj through at Stone House rrowins. ccar IIindle, were tvrtnty-Grc or thirty !ci high A young man who washed hiuH'lfin a Ijafin if citrate of silver in n Xew Yoik tiliuUvraph gallery, thinking tbo liquid mas vater, found himself bcnutilully tattoed in II frw minuUe. At the Peabodv dinner last week at the Fifth Annuo Uotcl in New York, the table fervi-, two net...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 April 1867

VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BUELIXfiTON, VT., FRIDAY JIOHNING, AP1UJL, NUMBER FOUTV-OUCP: 1-2, I8G7 Poetry. TFor the Burlington Free Trew. llaricl. "Over the fields of ripening grain Scythe sod sickle swing all d; Jose ; Kinging o'er valley and hill and plain Cometh the reaper's harvest song." Gloweih the ton with tropical host. As it hangetb high in the nitty noon ; Men and maidens, with but; feet IHnre by the light of the bar Teat anon. And we watch the ihadowi come and go, And float, and fade through the quivering air. And we wait tin the sunset fire bum low Aud the world has rw from its weight of care. Bat the day i done, and the numerous mah Of the trees and waters, is all we hear : Home, through the laded iuuset flash Come the weary reapers, from to and near. Aud over all the silent land, Over river, and hill and plain, Un the .joiet store, and the beach of sand, Like trampling boofc, is the ausmal of raia. Uark'ntng the silvery moon, it cornea Putting out all the stxrry l...

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. — 12 April 1867

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PKESb. FRIDAY MORNING APKIL 1-3, 1667 he Jfm m ' rr . C. 4. B. L. BENEDICT. tamu axd nuu-UEzaaa. FMIDAY HORSING. APRIL 12. 1867. TI1K PRLK PRESS Taw BoKuacroi Knur rmhtu u bate every Friday Burning, and coaUis to IrtMtaein: rcparta sfBoetao markets a&dCam-h.-MO Outle ttaravt ; fall BUI, Ooaatj ami cal nteffiience ; well aelactcd Miaociluy. Ac , Ac . tun iK teala vW) ipnil to aaafcxtsaia :U. tateraatra; sua valuable tatcily Joamai. TW eireolatioD cf tbe Fats Pasts rxoatdttaet .r ajlfr to the region, aaiu in. Uerefctr, aa aariailkrf madta-a fbf aarttrtuere W Sestre to addii-unal atter.i.ua to the t rmt smm of the various toni in t hit and adjoinias Caul toy, ta wfcicti rwwfciy ha a aaaeroai ar ailatlaa, ia thall aat iitta favor U curraader win n idea aw atamt of interest. Tcaat : Two Doixabs per year, la ad ranee Knhui AMerlraa Treat. Mar to 1824 toe Russian, Englieh, and i in the N ..riijvast, were elaT.- t!. - piwe;e . ILe Kalind, and Iratcl . .' .rio.i-...

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 April 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VI. PRESS. FRIDAY MOKNINCt, APlUIa 13, 1360 Xrtv Oeixass, April 'J. ICcws from tbc Louisiana levees continues to be very difcoursgiri"; and the destruction of property is very threat. Tbccrevascs in the river at liaton Ilougc arc beyond control and all attempts to cloic tbcra have been abandoned. The richest sugar region in the State arc ruined for this reason. Tbc Slarclso crevasse lias completely inundated Hlack river country, tbc m.ist productive cotton region in tbc South. The town of Dc Soto, opposite Yicktbur-;, was suddenly inundated a lew days since, and from SO to 100 negroes were drowned. The people ol Vicksbur used strenuous ef forts to rescue the poor creatures, hut eouid only reach scch as had wcured tetntiorary places of safety The town was exclusively occupied by neroon. New York, April HI. At a meeting of prominent citizens of Charleston. S. (,'., un the 2d inst. it was unanimously ;..rd that tbc frccden i-hould be admitted to run some of their cwn co...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 April 1867

THE BUKXilNGTOJS', Vt. PREK PRESS, FRIDAY MOnrSTPr, APRIL. 12, 1866 Religious Intelligence. Tlic annual meeting of the Vermont Con ference of the Methodist Episcopal church will be held at Newbury, April lth, Bishop Scott presiding ; of the Trov Conference at PittffidJ, Mass., the eame day, Bibop Clark prwidins- The revival in the Congregational Church in Bradford, Vt continues. Forty coover finn" arc noted. The Congrrgstional Church of Weetrnin ster jiruiicee to have a centennial celebration on the Uih i.f June next, that day being their otic liuridrctli anmicrsary. Rev. 1'. II. .Miitc of Cutcmrj, will deliver the ad drtfs. The t'unrrrtationaliit exprcfees an opin ion advme to tl.c union of tbe two Ameri can Tract Societits on the bsia proposed liy the Niw York society, hut endorses the Wca of giving to the IScEton tocicty an enlarged field of uh fulrjoa as a national organ spe cifically of the Congregational ehurehe-. There are in the United States 11,220 Baptist churcHe, valu-.d ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 April 1867

'0 ' VOL. r. XEWSEHIES VOL-XIII. BUELKVGTON.VT., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, I8G7 NUMBER FORTY-TWO !7 , jail II lr i! lr W Poclrv, Tin: citoci's. SIB1. iron E. Beneath tbc sunny autumn sky, With sold leaves dropping rtuml. We sought, my little friend ami I, The consecrated cround, Where, calm beneath the holy croc, O'erehwloweJ by sweet sides. Sleep tranquilly that yoathful tea Those blur, unclouded eve. A round the soft, green tiling Mound We scooped the erth away. And buried deep the cro cn s-balbs Ajainsr a coming day. "These roots are dry and brown and fere ; Why plant then here T" he ftaid, "To leave them all the winter long So desolate and dead.", -lear child, vithiu each sere dead form There tieepc a living flower. And angel-lifec it shall ari.'e In spring's returning boor.' Ah. deeper down, cold, dark aadcttU. We bnriod our heart's flower. Uift angel-like he ihall arise In (Ting's immortal hour. In bine and jcI".o from ita grave Springe up the crorna fiur; And God shall raise ...

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 April 1867

G. G. S. It. I-. UEXKDICT. EO1T0RS A5D FRnPRXZTORS. FRIDAY MORNING, Al'RIL 19. 1867. TIIEWEKKI.Y TKKi: I'RESS Tut IlncusaTO-i VTciclt Free Texas U pub llabcd ertry Friday morning, and contains tte Ktcftnews, reports of Button markets andCaHi l.rl i re Cattle Market ; fall State, County act! sl ntcllUenee i well selected 3flcellany, ic , it care an. '.utlaj- will ! spared to irate It a ro uble, luterestinc acq valuable family journal. Ttie circulation tr tbe Fare Tara exceidtlUt .f an) paper In tie region, and it la. therefore., an unrlvallod medium fr advertisers We dere to giveaddltir all attention to the nl . .r the various towns in thUasd 1oIdId Counties, in which our Week)- has a numerous dr ealatlon, and shall estem it a favor il oar reader will forward us any items of Interest. TfRuJ ; Two Dollars per year, in advance. Had I.imiL tor it Itmt Party. I be d,iuocrat are still fbouting over Cuu-n-ctirut, as if one t-wnllow made a summer. "Tin- tide bah turned," the-, tell uh "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. — 19 April 1867

THE BUKJLINGTO.N, VI. FKEK 1 'HESS. FRIDAY MOHNING, APRIL IS), 18GV A'EWS OF THE WEEK BY TULfcGKAVII. YAuic.TJr, April 10. Secretary Sevciril hie been warmly com liinentcd on hie) eucce&aful negotiation of tbc Kusoian treaty. Do Badiseo, the Secre tary of the Russian Legation, will leave at nucc for St. IVtorsburs with the trcatv. The Senate has reiccteJ .Mr. Stockton an .Minister to Austria, and the e ha aces ol Col. Cajiron a Coaimts-ifni-r nf Agriculture lire J iiibfful. Chief Justice Chao hat turned over the numerous applications fur registcrshir un Jcr the Uaakrupt act to Marshal 1 'arsons of the Supreme Court, who is having them rlatsiGctf and a briel made ol each applica. tion. The Chief Justice will commence at .-nee to make his ii.iminatijns State by State. I'lceidcnt J Jbnron Vf in his office to-day 1 ut ua visitor- were admitted His ilincr. Mtat tu proceed irimt an afloc t:on f the liver from which ho ha suflered .ii i tofore. It if not doubted that a ft" J.ivs .jiiie...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 April 1867

THJ3 J3UKLINQTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 10, 1867 Situ is Fame. Tie following little story, which was translated for Every Saturday, illustrates the old proverb that no rwphct 19 without honor, save in hid own country : "It was a lovely spring mornin; in the year 1S13, when a little bridal party entered thc oEcc of the 'niaire of a parish in the cnTirons of Paris, in order toeuUfcribe there tlic marriage contract of the youn couple. Small, however, as the party was, it was not the ltr select. The bridegroom was a tal ented younj artist, who now-a-dajs enjoys a signal reputation, and his marriage witncM-cs were named Ingres and Paul Dcla rocLc. two masters of the French fchool of art. 1 he pretty bride had cheecn as her witnessed two iriends of her deceased father, by name Victor Hugo and Alexander Dumas. After thcufliual had written down with toe utmiK-t partieularitv the f urnamcs, Chris tian names, and elation in lile of the bridal pair. 1k reused to the witncoccs, 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. — 26 April 1867

County Clerk ac-ifM -tbsb laws. bssl p ' twsbc. -TwatkN II Trr VOL. '. NEW SERIES VOT,XTTT. BURLINGTON, V'l'.. KJJIDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, I8C7 NUMBER FnnTY-THHHK Poclrv They .ay. They My Ab, writ ! Suppose tbey Jo, Hut eaa tbcy prove the fiery tr Suspicion rosy arm from nought Hot malice, eny. want of thought ; Why eoaot yourself ataeag the " tbey " Wh.i whisper what tbey dure not say .' 'ibey My Hat why tbe tale rehearse. And help to make tiie matter worse? No good can possibly accrue Tram teUing what may I untrue ; And ie it cot a noHer plaa To speak of mil tke beat job eaa They say Well, if it should be fa, Whj need too tell the ule of me.' Will it the bitter wrong ledreas Or mate one pain of sorrow lea Will it tbe erring our restore Henceforth to "po im na no Tbey aay Oh, pause and lock within. See hew thy heart inclines to am ; Watch, iest is dark temptation' r hoar Thou, too. tbouldst ink braeatb ts fw. Pity tbe frail, weep o'er their tall. Bat apeak of gcod, or not it all. if...

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 April 1867

ft THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1867 IP m .lit: t EM IIS p; ". as ilk 3 'I-- I? ' ML 1 y 1 I' 'f 5S ft.- Iff m C. C. 4: H. I BENEIHCT. EDITORS A5D rannvIZTURS. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20. 1667. THE WEEKLY l'RLR I'ltllSS Tax Dcmujciom CTuklt Fccil'mss It pub llshed every Friday morning, end contains the Uteitnevsi reports of Boston markets and Cam- bridge Cattle Martet i tiill 8Ute, County ar.d ocal nteUljrecce i well selected Miscellany, Ac, ac ore aac outlay will be i pared to mako It a re lable, interesting ana valuable bmily Jonrr-a' The circalation cf the Free Trem) exceed that of any paper In the region, and it is. therrfoi e, id unrivalled znediaa far advertisers We desire to give additional attention to the est m of the rariouf t'mns in tins and adjolnln: Commits, in hlcli oar Weekly ha a nnuKrotM el: eolation, and shall esteem it a favor If onr reader will forward us any items of Interest. Terms ; Tiro Dollars per j ear. is advance. 1st. Equal prot...

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 April 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 26, lg(37 RETAIL PRICKS CURRENT. v Corrected Wccil) for the FttEE TnKts ) BuTluigton,Thurtday, April i I H.ODR, MEAL, Ac. i. r fupetfine, plibl " Extra, " SLLsnls ' R)e, Floor V bbl Indue Mul, l lb Buckwheat, r 25 lbs MEAT, POULTRY, Ar. i.eej, p cist '" " steek, round. If t ' siriota, " RatM.tulm. " " Cftrned, " Mutton, Uadesarter, y lb " fore " " chops, " r ri., steak aad rout r "Hams, " fcwotdder, Bait, " ' Faunae " eal. bind quarter " fire " T..ngue. ' rurl.e)S, " I liickene, fish. c i.sidt, ,th it" 2"c IS- 1; IV 13c sue ISe IGe 18e 2k lie lOe 19e le Ge me I.6S se " trean. i iiierel, mlt, kitt- falraon, " ft )i-ti rr. v.lii meats 1 gi!loe... I. 'liters. liwmrF"1", ac. CfTee. reatted, If. 4SsS5e Kt45e ISte 124 sSMo i; I7e 12 ISe ...;oel.o ...t.Mssvl.7 ...LMsVI.Cl 1.35 ...IM02M MsSlse S8s20e 3.) 3.V: IS 0 ane M r r e, trown. crushed, " loaf. Maple " M;s-es, y gUn- Tea. Of Ion Drlong, fm HreaSim, Br Or km. " Is-I, i'utttr, t Leeee...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 April 1867

THE .BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORiSTISTGr, APRIL 26, 1867 Religious Intelligence. I!cv. Kogcr S. Howard Las tendered hU resignation to the Episcoral Church in Rut land. On Sutxlav last twenty jersons were ad mitted to the Methodist church ici Rutland. Nine were admitted to the Biptit church by lptim. Fourteen jtnons juinul the Congrcsnti.in al clmrch in Ludlow, last Salibatb. l!cv. Mr. Shcrwin, fcrromc time jflst pa-tor of the lUrdi't church in llrattlcboro, ha (IteoUcd liia connection with that HJciety. and aoorr-tcd a call lnm the Rijdi-t eburch at Dover, N". 11. The M. K. church of Vci.tiirt,X. Y.,bs been enlarged, rc-littcd and rc-furniniied, at eyt of $1,400, and i called the lis-t M. K church in the District. The Urgent Presbyterian ehurcii in the country U that of Rev. T. I.. Curler in ISrooklyn, X. V. During the year 1S0G three limn! red and thirty-five members were received into the chureJu The whole num ber ot mcml;!? i- 1 ,050, and there arc 1 scinilars and tswe...

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. — 3 May 1867

Uouuty Clerk if "i S.CSi 1 I VOL. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY G, I8G7 NUMBER FORTY-FOUR 5 rod r y , I'er-oaal talk. WOaiMWOBTH. I am cut one who much or oft deEgfct To season my (inside with V-r tonal titk i f frii-nd who lire within an easy walk. Or ne'ghb..r3, daily, weekly in Jar aicht. V.r. 1 for ray chance aeqauntmoe, Uawabrujht .- r.s mother, maidens withering on the stalk ; i : etc all wear out of me, like forme, with chs.Hr. I'ante I on rich men's Soon, for one feast sight. Better thin saeb discourse doth silence long. I,njr I arren silence, sqnmre with my desire ; 1 o sit witboat miction, hope or aim, la the loved presence of my cottage fire. An I listen to the flapping of the 11 me, i ir Lu:l whispering its feint undersong. Yt t- i;re. ' yon say, "is life ; we have seen and s--e, lul with a living pleasure we deseribe ; An i fits at sprightly malice do bat bribe 'i'he languid mind into activity. Sound sense, and lore itself, and mirth and glee...

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 May 1867

ft 4 THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- MAY 3, 1867 t-Ti I r I: 1 1.. . f . G. C. & B. I.. BENEDICT. EDITORS 1KD rarwurrCBS. FRIDAT MORNING. MAY 3. 1S67. TIIEWEBKLY FRLB I'KKSS Tat Bcrlisc'tox ffntir Fete Tbiss ll pub liihed every Friday morning, and conUim the Uteitnewij reports of Boston markets andCam bridle Cattle Market ; fall SUte, County ani ocil ntelUsence ; well selected Miscellany, Ac., Ae "oeare and outlay will be spare-1 to maVe It a re Uble, intersstine; ana valuable famll journal. The circulatloacftheFaca Press exceed! that cf as paper In the region, and it Is. therefore, an uoriralled medium fur advertisers. We desire to frlre additional attention to the o eat ( cf the Tarioui towns in thlrand adjainin; Counties, in which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and shall cite m it a favor if our reader will forward ug am- items of Interest. Trams Tiro Dollars per year. In airan:e. Corruption ol the N. Y. I.e-sislittuic. Tlic charge of bribery and corr...

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 May 1867

TI-IE BURLINGTON, Vt. FJREK PRESS, FRIDAY MORISTNG-, MAY 3, 1867 Union State Convention A Union Republican State Contention trill beholden at MOXTPELIER on TIIURSDAi THE TIimTIETH DAY OF MAY, 1607, at 11 o'clock A. II., for the purpose of nominating candklatcc for Govcrncr, Lieutenant Governor, and Treasurer, to be supported at the Annual State Election in September next. The State Committee having been instructed to call this as a Deleg.ue Coxvextiox. have fixed upon the following basis of representation one delegate for each town and an additional dele gate for every one kv aired and fifty volet cas for Paul Diiiisonisi at the lut State Bkction It ie suggested that the Towns choose subtil tutes as vrell m ilekgate, to that they may not be unrepresented in the Convention. ltelegitea or their t-otetitutes s herald provide thtniwlvre nith credentials, signed by the Secretaries' of their respectite primary ntticg; The apportionment will therefore be aoeord ing to the subjoin Utile. Bc...

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 May 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING MAY 3, 1867 Religious Intelligence. Tbc Vermont Conference ot the M. E. Church closed its annual fcsciori, at New bury, on Tuesday. The appointments of Tjiencccrs in this vicinity are as follows : Barlington. I McAnn ; Witocsli, D. Levis ; Williston, M. Lodlura ; Shelburn, M. Petty ; Hiowburch, S. Donaldson: Milton, A. S. Cocptr ; &mi and Etta Junction, R. Mor ten ; Underbill and Jericho, S. 1). Elkins ; Colchester, J. Ch!e ; Starksboro. C. 1L Rich mond ; Fcrruborgh, Charlotte and Vergennss, D P. Hubbird, A. J. Icgalls ; St. Albans, A. K. Ccbb ; Swantcc, H. F. Anttin ; Higkgate, J. Robinton ; Fairfax, aod WestlorJ, N. Spen cer; Cambridge, H. Wei iter ; Watemlle and Fletcher, A Scribaer ; Waterbarj. II. W. Worthm ; Waterbury Centre, John X. FaSer ; Stowr. W. W. Hyde ; Hjdepark and Johnson, to be supplied by J D Itmiin ; MorruUKu. A. II. Hsntinger ; IlakersSekl. V. X. LearatJ ; Sbsldoa, V. O. Frttman ; Etosbarsja, W. C. Relinsui ; Isl...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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