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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 May 1867

V Cleri 11 X tall VOL. r. NEW S K H I l-.S V I .. XI II. liTliLINGTON, VT.. FKLI) .M.l'.v M. S ID. ''MB Kl FO liT V-FIVE P o c I r j . Cnlheilng Siievtdtip. Xoc pat in wintry ngM. Come back again 'Ik .etishii fnxbt, Tbc gokfen iVw f rod.lv light And birds are oti the iug. Tbc breaking bodf are e.rf winr; ri. And irjIc turns the violet bed. The tallow rrimiast tix.ws its brad let bright and early si ring. Keen it the air, L pm.o nill frieze. The taught! branches on the trets Still tare to shudder 'imil 'be hieexe. Though merry mrttnts nvg. Whilst feiasl "m ibe 1! tI race The mmlt&t mowdrop -twivs rr free. And purely, sweetly talc il- lace. Ae first-born child f - r. Then 1 rielt jed rcaidin-, yruag and lair, ine taosy MotM.DK coll :ih rue. To twice them in their jt ttj hair. WhDe neiry voices rmg '. For what think Ibey of care or grief. Of winter dull or aututuD s leaf. That life is sometimes fad and. Ir-ef ' With them 'tif ever spring ' Though seasons quicliy come and go, Gnat o...

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. — 10 May 1867

NUMBER FORTY-FIVE VO!.. XXXV. N'EW SKItlFS VOL-XTIT. BURLINGTON.VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 10. 107 ft 15 r a gar ft?'. St'f 1 1 t- I i il e . -S ft: ' if.. - '-i- Jp. - ttw i- V- )' " ? - If til Hi ft-.' .IT 3 L . '0- riv ft 5' ft c. tL.v .v IS J. C. (2. A- It HKNKUICT. FRIDAY MORNING. MATT 10. 187. TIIKWEEKLT KKLK I'Rfrs Tbk Bcrusito Wiiklt FkekPrmb ll pub 1 hl every rrid moraine. b4 cnntaJn the latest cew; report orBortum uketr amiCaa.-tiri-Jre Cattle Market , fjll .U, (VDt ocl rU.Ueae-1 well i-elect! Mite..6.at e., reiLr.. atlt will 1 fire1 to tD" it r IaMo Intere;)3 nu r'uMe fus'i- j urr Tha eirtblMU1 tf the VnKi 1'kp rsei iht cf oy paper 'c the rt irfia, ao4 It fp. therfwt an nrirail aieniam fr ar rtt- ?Ve fltfir Jlt- ml tuti-o t :'it - 'r f the Tri0f lawcf In tM-ot !imiit Zonnir. in tieb our Wk few bULtirevao 4r QiAtie. an tball trm it fvr I! Mtr ref er iil f.r wro of any it mi lntrref t. 7an; Tw i l jLLaM jMr r. ie-tra-e. ( HI "Ii Matr 4 wurri.Ilnc. Lfrn Itepnblicn Plate CcnTr...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 May 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FRE ' PRESS. FRIDAY MOIRKlNCr, MAY 10, 3S67 Jar Cooke & Co. Thta na cstablishe-i a hosse ia Xcw Yct in .March, 166d, oecnpjiag at that time ens cf the larpcst biakin; roccj ta Wall EtrctL But their bntiaesi has became to Urge that they have been compelled to add another floer of the tame liie to their premise", and now giro ra rlovmcnt to above fifiT clerks. As the original afjotiators of most of the (treat loacf , they are erfecllj familiar with all the details of the public finances, and transact a business in this war that is conn: el by daily millions gijin cf fecial attention to the conversion of 7-30 Sotcs iato 6-20 Bonds. Thorcnjh knowled'e of affais. the hijhest lepntation for prompt and honorable dealing, id J the most complete responsibility have given this house a position and reputation to be prond Of the members of the flrai in Keir Tot It, Mr. H. C. Fadxetoce has special charge of the department of Government Fecuritics, Mr. EnwAEn Dome of Slock...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 May 1867

1 LW-ffc mm mm 5S -Vt ' I- Rell:Ion Intelligence. Key. Wo. N, Sttnart has tendered his rce ijnation as pastor of the Congregational ebureh in Ikawn, with a Tie ol accepting a call to the ptorate of the first Congrega tional (Rex. Ray ralracrf) church, Albany New York. Ber. S. SI. Merrill is assigned by the Troj ! Conference to the Methodist church at PlatUhurgh, N. Y. ; Rct. J. M. Edgerton, to KecseTiUe; Rer. A. Withrrepoon. to Clintonvillc ; Rev, J. B. Sylvester, to West port ; Rct. J. D. White, to Eeeex ; Rev. J. W. Bellnap, to Willsboro. The Congregational church at Wcstrain etcr Vt., will celebrate their centenial anni versary on the 11th of Jane. Rev. P. 11. White of Coventry will deliver the nddrcfo. The following aro the Vestrymen of St. Lute's (Epis.) Church at St. Albans, for the ensuing year : Bildad Paul, John C. Farrar, Edward A. Sowles, J. Krothingham McGowan, II. N. Barber, J. W. Hobart and Wm. N.Smith. Rev. Mr. Bliss, the rector, is to have an advance or $200 on bu sa...

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. — 17 May 1867

pttrittljtatt VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLIN GT ' N.VT.. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 17, I8G7 NUMUEK FORTY-SIX Toctrv The Dream ol the r,y Mr. Henry IiuutlL Around the boards the guests weir, ott, the lights ibore tbem gleaming, And in their cops replenished oft, t rail J; Trine nu streaming; Their cheeks were flashed, their eyes were bright, their hart with pleasure bounded. The song was sung the toast wis given, and load the revel founded; I drain'd ay hamper with tberat, and cried: Away witb sorrow! Let me be happy for to day, and care not for te-morrow!" Bat a I spele ray tight grew dim, and slum ber deep eame o'er me. And 'mid the whir! of mingling tongue, this voioo came before me: Methoaght I raw a demon rise; he held a mighty beaker, TV how burnished I ides ran dailjo'er with floods of burning liejoor; Around him pirated achunofoae crowd, to tacte tbn liquor greed;, Kut chiefly came the poor and md, tlx tuff 'ring and the need;; AU those oppreeard by grief and debt!, the dM ...

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. — 17 May 1867

tpc Jm $i)rtss. .C. c. 4; 11. I- BENEDICT. mtioES io rEnevrroas. FRIDAY MORNING. MAT IT. 1B67. TIICWEEKLV KIltK 1'IIESS Taa Bcbujctos Wiielt Farxraass U pub liihed every Friday morning, and contains the Utcinevi; reports of Boston markets andCun brlare Cattle Market ; fall Bute, County and oeal nielurenee ; well selected Miscellany. -. ic -o -are inc. -utUy ill be spared to make It a re lable. Interesting aao valuable famil jwraiL The eirenUUOTief theF Par exesedstkat or any paper In tie re pen, 13d it i. tber.fcre,an unrivalled medians for advirtisers We crlre to ve additional atteirtim to the f ca7 .-. T the nrll towns to tMtlod 0talB Ceantie. In ohteh oar Weeklj b a naioeroc. eir eaUtloa. an4 shall tem It a favor If our reader will fwars as any items of Interest. Teas ; Two Dsllabs per J ear. Is advance. Unlvcrtal llras:end Uubouudril Venallij." The M-mtrcal Trameript, refcnns to the coarse of corruption broocht ajaiaet the list N. Y. LiegiflatBTe. declares that it is to be expec...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 May 1867

- i THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- MAY 17, 1867 Union state Contention A Union Republican State Conven ion will beholden at Jiuifi.ut,it on imuiuv.ij TIIE THIRTIETH. DAY OF MAT. 1SG7, it U o'clock A. M., for the purpose of nominating ...ri..,. f.r T;.t.. Rnri-nior canausus ior uovemor, i.ieuicani '""' and Treasurer, to be supported at the Annual siate iiecuoa in eepteniDer neii. The State Committee having been instructed to cill this at a DrMOAii: Cosvkxtios. hare , , , . . . , ... fixed upon the foUowins basis of reprraentaticn : one delegate for each town and an additional dele- j agree amonc themselves, thus causing a sur gtte for every one hundred and fifly volet cast , render. SickncM nmong the besiegers is as far Vavi Diuasoiia at the last State Election. Eamin? ,al.a,DS proportions. Over 2i0 It it suggested that the Towns choose tubsti tutet as well as delegates, so that they may not be unreprcseotcJ m the Convention. Delegates or their substitutes 'should pr...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 May 1867

Ilelislon iDtclllRencc. Rev. II. James was installed Pastor or the Cong. Church in Chelsea, May 1st. Rev. L. U.Cobb was instal-cd Pastor of the Codr. Church in tpriDgBcld, Maj 2d, and on the 5tb, eleven persons united with that church. Rev. H. 31. Gront of V. Rutland has been called to the charce of the let Cong. Church at West Springfield, ilia. Rev. Mr. Cominjs or Fairfield is about to remove to Hicbgite. Rev. L. Warner, Unitcrroli-t, i en caged to preach in Jericho hall the time and once in four weeVe at the Union Choich at East Fairfield, during the Year. The Revival is still progressing in Weston, and the hearts of all good men are inuca encouraged thereby. Since last November there have been sixty conversions in Hertford. Vt., and twentv-eix person joined the church on the first Sabbath t nr tlir. ..no-hall" arc men ; most of them have families. The revival com menced by the church's taking up, as a spec ial subject for prayer, the impenitent men whose wives were members of th...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 May 1867

llitif If ft if T if irt VOL. XXXV. NEWSERIES VOL-XTII. BURLIXGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2-1, I8G7 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN I From Chambers' Journal." !i.oivx vp roit NOTHING. Ad erudite German, with whom 1 and tl.rec other rx-school-boys were living in or der to receive our last ekt of educational joint, a away m England pupil-gleaning .'..ring the midsummer vacation. Mean i...i!c we developed the resources of tbc .'eii Xickar." wioci rifled Rhineward " wdtr our wir.d.m, mid cooled that .n-muriwd lizards' fontr. the garden-wall, lifting, bathing, tUhiug, sketching, we jHtit mi idle weeks oi iuamcr. It was one of those heart-lighting days :! ;.i iniitl men tossy Good-morning' to le t'.ey don't know that make all ob t- which unit i-oui..i, u.u-ical. Ti e coal, bright Nectar glided at my (eel. ottering like a harlequin's- silvered wmnd, '!. iikc if, reversing a italic scene. It is a rlur tha can seal ' ! ailed navigable, igli huge barge, wi't blunted prow, i .h sides, and ureal tqu ire ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 May 1867

THE BURLINGTON , "V FRi T RESS, FRIDAY JIORXIXG, MAY 34, 16G7 G. G. 1 11 L BENEDICT. FRMAY MORNING, MAT 24. 1S47. THE WEEKLY 1'RLR rltESS, Tkc BuEU.iorosr Knur fuiPu u pi liahed crar 1-noay morning, and cestaaat ue lttftnea-ii itpett alwai markets aaalaa bnCxv Cattle Market : fell Suit, Count? sad aoal Mellcrenoe . well seicetad MnnllTi . c. Ac i carets Btajr will be snared to make It a re ltMe. lnteretm uo valuable family .loarnal . Tae cirmUUM of t 1-esc rases exaaeditaat OTacypaperintleracMB.aadltu. tbwlnu enri railed madnun tor advertiser; We eeeire to gin addttioaai attention to the est unri ef the Tineas towns in ttusaad d)cawinz Cecsties, la which owrtfeektvaaa iiiMimiar tclxai ana ahall r rlwi it a favor if oar reader will tarwaru ss ur kni ef iateraat. Taaxt; TwettSLnaBsavr ytar.m rtnrn. Udiu btate Ceareiitlaa. A Dana Hrpahliean State Qansatawi rX bekaUenat MOKTPSLIEK on THURSDAY THE THIRTIETH BAT OF MAT, 1S67. at 11 vawk A If., for the immuae of nominating d-ndidates fcr G...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 May 1867

Jonntv Clerk Kb. THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING MAY Q4., 1867 mm l Leitek to Tocsc Mss. In consequence of the 'jraoi rasA" expected at Burlington, during the session of tbc "Vermont State Music! Fes tival." awl the "State Normal Music School," which Miosis, to continue six weeks, it is de sirable that those nho intend to enter the llrrant, Etratton & Chaialtrlia Business Col lege, prioos to Jane 15t'n, should report them selves immediately by letter, that pool board ing places may Ic secured in a 1 ranee. Ilecide promptly about what dty joa may be expected, and aldress, J. S. Chambehlix, k47?t1 Principal. A'EWS OF THE WEEK HY TEI.hfiKAI'Il. MomiE, May 10. It cannot lie ascertained that more than three rereoos were killed in the riot here on Trxsday night. Tre numV-r of wounded ie Ulicvcd to be 15 or 2( The first shot ra? ci.l otly intended for Judce Keliy, and the rn-n-oti who fired it I. lfn arrested. The shot fired from the tup f liuildiojs over-Kx-kin the fetn...

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. — 24 May 1867

racggyCTi THE BURLINGTON, Vt. PEEK J'HESS, FRIDAY Al"0 RTIICGr, MAY 21, 1867. I KellgioiiN Intelligence. Fifty-two additions to the Congregational Churches in Vermont on the 5th of May ere mentioned, in addition to thore already re ported : and there arc more not yet made public. Twenty-three joined the Baptist church at Ludlow. The Congregational Sunday School in Montr lie-, under the efficient supcrintend encj of Col. II. D. Hopkins, is now attended by mure than two hundred persons, old and young, every Sunday, and the monthly con ctrts by a still larger nutnlicr. Uinmllc Co. Conference meet at Morns ville June -1th, Rev. E. Wlicclock. preacher. The first regular Convention of Cham plain Liberal Christian Conference will as semble in the vestry of the Church of the Messiah, in Montpelicr, on Thursday, May 2-51, at 10 o'clock, A.M. The Liberal Churches of Northern Ver mont and Lower Canada are invited to bo present, each represented by three delegates, duly elected and accredited. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 May 1867

BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, I8G7 NUMBER FORTY-EIGHT VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL- XIII. iTliscellaiicoiis. Scbms ik Arkansas. AU the people set tled and Irving here look alike. Erf ry old man is tbe xot counterpart of another. and 00 the younger men and tbe women and children. Poverty, ignorance and wretched ness are tbctr railing trinity. A fraternity of squalor and abject mi-ery is their abiding bond of brotherhood. School- there are none. (Jburchee are unknown. Like duteb driven cattle they plod their wry, goaded on to continuous toil and one unended struggle lor the barest necessities il life. My first encounter uiib any human licmg was a man driving four yoke of oxen before a wagon containing a bale of ootua and time wood. The wagon looked an though it had gone through tbe ware, and the oxen were the most meagre epecuBcae ol the bovine species 1 tiiiok I ever saw i'he man was tall and slim, and certainly fifty years old, although he might hare been twenty years older,...

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. — 31 May 1867

G. C. & IS. I- BENEDICT. XSITOES A3D PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MORNING. MAV 31. 1867. TIIKWEEKW FKLK PRESS TBI BtHUJGTOX Wiielt FBI PSXSS Is pub lisbed everj Friday morning, and contains the laUftsewti report cf Boston markets and Cam. brides ' attle Market ; fall Bute, County and ocal -ulllrecc-i ell (elected Miscellany, Ac, Ac care ur. outlay will be spared to make ita re table, Interefticj ana valuable family journal. The circulation cf the Frii Frsss exceeds that of any paper In the region, and It is. therefore, an unri railed medium for advertisers. We desire to give additional attention to the fo ri! .! if the various towns in thijand adjolnln; Counties, in which our Weekly has a numerous clr ealation, and shall esteem It a favor If our reader 1U forward us any items of Interest. Trnm ; Two Ddlurs per jcar. Is advance. The Governor tjue-tion. The discussion of the Governor question, which naturally lulled after an almost unan imous expression on tbe jrt of tbe State Press in fav...

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. — 31 May 1867

eg I THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING MAY 01, 1867 TBeStatc Convention. tVe have not received, up to the Lour of our going to prefs this week, (Thursday noon) the result of the State Ccnventbn at Montrclirr; but probably there is little doubt that Mr. l'a'e has been nominated for Gov ernor, and Gen. Thomas for Lieut. Gov ernor. ForKtn or Jcxe Teaimxc. In Hunting ton Centre on Tuesday next, there is to be a eiirmish drill by Co. A, 3d VL State Mili tia, and artcrwards a ehara fiht between the company and another party disguised as In dians. The officers of Co. A, are Hiram Cook, Capt. ; G. P. Burnham, 2nd Lieut., and G. L. Williams, 3d Lieut. Capt. Cook was Captain of Co. U, 5th Vt. Volunteers, and has been in more than thirty fights. Citizens of adjoining towns arc invited to bo present that day, to see the parade. We would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Jis!ttr'i Couch Drovs aad Fisher's .Mandrake Hitlers, in this daj's paper. mete rncuieine...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 May 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEEh L'RESS. FBIJJAY MORNING-, MAY 31, 18G7. Religious Intelligence. Key. Duanc S. I'luUire, Hector or St. Pctcr'a (Episcopal) church, Bcnningten. has raigncd anil baa accepted a call to ro to Kankakee, 111. Kcv. F. Frotbingham has rcsisncd hie charge of the Unitarian eocicty in Brattlc boro, and accepted a call to Buffalo, N. Y. Kct. Xorman Scaver, D. D., of Kutland, haB received a call to the paetorate or the Center Congregational Church ol New HaTcn. Conn., on a salary or $4000 per an num. Kcv. W. II. Cuilworth of Boston will not accept the call which has been tendered him bj the Unitarian Society or Washington, I). C. Six young men from the recent graduat ing class at Union Seminary are to enter uion lorcicn missionary service. The same numlicr at Chicago, and about one .mirth of the large class from Princeton, have the eamc destination. The Union Sabbath School Association of Clinton County, A'. Y- will hold its second annual Convention at Kecscvillc, June 1...

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 June 1867

Wottaty Clert BURLINGTON, VT., irRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, I8G7 NUMBER FORTY-NI2STE VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. Poetry. The Three Callers. by (-babies SWAM. Mwn calletb fondly to a Mr boj straying, 'Mid golden taMwi, rich villi eloW dew She calls tot he Kill thinks of ought save playtnf, And so she smiles aad vara htm an aJki ! White be. still merry with hts flowerv state. Deems not that Mors. sweet Mara, returns no mors. Noon com ith bai tbhT, to manhood growing. Heeds not the date. He M bat one rwret ferm. One ynirg, Mr bee, from bower of jwiine plowing, n'l til his loYing heart with bUs is warm, Nxn, unnoticed, seeks the aeatan shore. . oi man forgets that Noou retutxa no more. Nipht t -ppeth gently at a cisemnt gleaming, With the thin firelight, nkkerina; taint and low, l:.y which a gTSy-haired man is sadly dreaming O'er rfcaaana gone, a all Life's pleasure's go- N.l.i calls him to her and he icavea hit door if 1-Dt nnd dark and be return o more. I ouiliiaalMiu. Ill .IVM. tetan...

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 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. PRESS. FRIDAY MOUNIN&, JXTNE 7, 18G7. new In rae; but because joa have desired thus to recognize seme little service I oif hare done to you and to ay Country in the field. . I tnly did my duty, and the satisfaction ofhav- i ing done it. is sufficient reward. I shall en- I deavor, gentlemen, to be true to the trust con- fijfd tome, and to you ; and should the time mmmr SAm 1m T mnrtnt TTV nnt VDHr wihf. I shall be ready to resign. Allusions have been made to-day to noe remarks made, by EC in 1SC1. I then took the position that I would know no party till the rebellion was put down, and I Lave endeavored to be as good as toy word. Al low me to say, in reference to the Reconstruction of the Southern States, that I locked anxiously for some measure that would proTe adequate to the demands of the emergency and found none, till the adoption cf the Military reconstruction Act. That bill and the accompanying acts of Congress had my hearty approval. I have ftlt proud o...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT.FKEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JUNE 7, 1867. ID A Mas Staulip in I'oht Henky. N. V. A fcrituM a Hair occurred in Pott Hcnrj, X. V.. Thursday P. M., at about 4 o'docV, wl ioh way prove fatal to one of the parties cjnccrnctl. It t-eemr that Bian by tbc name of John Dvvycr vsuo eating liis dinner at the Central Houte (kepi by an Irwbmsn named Doyle) whtn two brother named Ilcnncesy, both Irishmen, and one or two Others came in. A ituarrel enaufii, and the Ilenncfcyt pitched upon Dwycr, who drew his knife and stabbed one of tbe brother , leitiDp oat part of bis bowefc. Ilenncffy' riouwry ia vet-v doubtful. Dtvver ie now under arrest, aad be clastaa that he acted in df defence. Whiskey was at tbc buttom oi t!ii( burineaf. Poet Hrcxr New;. The aaan lluuteatty tint war stabbed U-t Thursday, died Sun day moraiBK Hi murderer, John Dsryer, is now in mil nwnilii::! ilio action r the ('rand Jury. Tltu cittaene oi Pun licary are taking nc- ecswry meaaaro- to build a lock-up. All ...

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 June 1867

TIIE BUELINGTOxN, VI. FJlEi. PKESS. FKIDAY MOBNING, .TUNE 7, 1BG7. Religious Intelligence. Rev. K. S. Howard of Rutland closed bis public tcrriccs sa Kcctor of that pariah on Thursday. Rev. II. M. Grout has tendered his resig nation as pastor of the Second Congregation al Church at West Rutland, which has been accepted by tic church. Mr. Grout is o'ms to West Springfield, Masa. Rev. Thomas Halpinc. assistant paster of St. UridRet a Catholic Church. West Rut land, has cone to reside in NorthDeld, t t. Steps are being taken for the organiza tion of a oun Men's Christian Union in Vcrgcnm-a. Chittenden County Conference will hold its annual meeting at Williston on Tuesday, June 11th. Sermon by Rev. E. C. Fcrrin ; Missionary Sermon by Rev. E. Jlix. On Wednesday, the Sabbath School Anniver sary will be held. Franklin and Grand Isle County Confer ence meets at Sheldon June 5th. One death and three resignations haTC left all the Congregational churches ol Concord, X. II., without settled mi...

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