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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 June 1867

ft iff v. . 1 I VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1867 NUMBER FIFTYJ ."".Trr uTTo . . .. , af- STivi:4wv jam tu vtv -v f--, nsm' s 1 1! Poctr v Par tte harm. The- I.i-hl-lierfu Belt BT MM. S. T. RUT. Over the waters oomee the Of the old lia-nt-hcaie ball, Ac 1 through my opt mnds-i Itb solemn wanuag kadi, V. .iking me Kith it Qenelf toll, Lohoing through sir hvssost seal la vain I press my pillow soft, Aiii cli-.' a; restless eye ; ihe warning from the Ught-hoaae hell Bi ds me at ocee ta rise. T'if f,g is dense, the rocks are seer, The boatman's heart is fined with fear. 'n God, I pray, let not a beat Be wrecked upon the strand ; a ! -ct the warning bell be bear J And guide each safe to land. How terrible to ank to sleep Down ia the dark and silent deep ! Thanks iU4 I'm aais as land to watch 1 he new glad moraine; break, 1 m fi.-wera their tin fa ye, 1 L-1 irdt with songa ewakc ' i mi knew or kit before How sweet it is to be oa chore. . ia saf...

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. — 14 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 14, 1867. G. C. Jt 11. E BENEDICT. SDXTOU AS D fJUlPKIITOll. FRIDAY MORXINO. JUNE 14. 1667. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS -Tsr DrEU5QTos -Wtolt Free Paiss Is pnb liilfd every Friday morning, and contains tie latest news f reports ofBoston maratts ana Cam bria Cattle Market ; full State, County and ocal lotelllsenee-, well elted Miscellany. Ac, te vo care anC outlay will be spare! to make It a re- lable. Inters stine ana Talaable family Journal. w .i r il.. F.rr Pur. exceeds tha of any paper In the region, and it is. therefore, an uimiiu... . .... jtn r,. .fT-T-ti.rt i Wo deir to "ive additional attention to ihe- rt! n,ri cf tlie Tanous towns in uiuibu aajoiuius Counties, in which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem ft a favor If our reader will forward us any Items of Interest. Ttnxs ; Two Dollars per year, in advance. UMON STATE TICKET. For Governor, JOtlsT B- PAGE OF RUTLAND. for Lieutenant Governor, stkpimev T il o ...

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. — 14 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 14, 1867. ArcrsTA, Ga., June 7 Gov. Orr addressed the citizens of Anders on Diitriflt. S. 0. to-dny : after review id the various plana presented since tbe close of the war, for reeons traction of the South ern States, he carmt-tly insisted upon the seccntance of tbe nian oi raeoneiruoiwu now nronosi an the oulv means of prevent ine the administration o'f tbe affair of tbe countrv from rasein ' into the hand cxclu sivcly of tbe ignorant and cjoscqaetulv tbe !arbarian and tyrant claim-e, ae the only hope of making this country oven tolerable a a place of reerdenoe. I'muDELrma, Jjnc S. Seventeen bodice have been taken from the inio ol Gaer Jo 'Hard's will loeluaitiy; that of Air. Weary. Kcw Yoxx, June S The yacht Henrietta itun rlorape w corn ing up tbe narDor. Kbw Oftucaxs, June 7 The Hon. It. F. Plaader. now appoinud lr (lOVirDur.caiied un Uov. Vt ells tins mor ning; and made it known that be came in obedience to the order ol Wn....

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. — 14 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- JUNE 14, 1867. Religious Intelligence. The Annual Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal church of this State met at St. Al bans on Wednesday. The Bishop presided, and there mi the usual good attendance of clergy and laity from all parts of the diocese, ilcws. r. II. Canfield and Victor Atwood were re-elected, respectively, Secretary and Treasurer for the ensuing year. The Bishop read his annual address, show ing an encouraging etate of the diocese, and a decided gain in the number of confirma tions OTcr the previous year. A committee was appointed to raise funds to enable Bishop Hopkins, who is presiding Bishop of the church in the United States, to attend a grand Anglican Council in London, in Sep tember next ; and nearly $1000 were pledg ed on the spot before adjsurnmcnt. A reso lution was passed, requesting the Rectors and Vestries of the seTcral parishes to solicit funds for publishing the Documentary His tory of the church in this ...

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. — 21 June 1867

m Jatl m in VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLINGTON.VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JTJaSTE 21. I8G7 NUMBER FIFTY ONE. Poetry June I'letures. Jum's gluttons ton uuloaded shines. And not a bud aecpeaed lingers : The rests laugh, and 'mid their vine- Thc pGidtn-petaJltd eglantines Tangle tbeir fragaot Sogers. I lit cpanicted blackbird sings His 1 .vi-t. LC in die rtMiv 111. Jot, i. 1 criokfl on fluu fng inge I'a.-t through tbe orchard opening. And fksb into the f-htid.TWs A: tic lake, a silver '-hec: liitjh 1 aith swells of gtnM, icJ (doping ; i ,.c l.i o..ks that in its b.i meet ' ;.ut, but their f am-elml ftet I h- r the ledges leaping. ! i etoups beneath the pas;. ire trees, l a!; fed the cows lie drowsing ; I I lk-iut grove's, alive with bees, v '.th n.g iike that of tammrrFow, Am.mg the blooms cirot!;rs. i ..visil are whiati ue tu the brake I I'.ach day their uiurlo uotea grow firmer,) i i'.'! king: .rut eb erlui music nuke. l1 !ics the woudl.uid e.-hoi-s wake W,ih.nft tiud amcroua murmu...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT.FEEE PHESS. FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 21. 18G7. Sfte $m frcss. G. C. II. L. BENEDICT. zsiToas AXD r-BnraiaTOZS. FRIDAY MORNING, JUVE 21. 1E67. MIST THERE HE A JLI.V SESSION J A week ago" the country bad no desire for, end littlo expectation of a July Session of Congress. But ttc new declaration of war against tLe Keconstruction policy oi e-oo-pros, in the promulgation of the nullifying opinion uf the Attorney General, has put a new phase on the matter. It seem-i to be assumed on all Lands that the opinion woold not bare been published at present unless tbc President intended to act on its advioe. Suih action, in the rc-instatcment ol tbe rcl-el state officials and the removal or resig uition of the generals ooaimanding tbc Sjuthern district, would create a state of feeling througbout tbc country which amid be apt eased only by tlie assembling of Con gress, and the 'nompt iuaugutatiou of measure which will put it beyond the power ul the President to longer resist the wil...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON , Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 21, 1867. RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. 'Corrected Weekly for the Free Press.) BatBcstco, Tbartday, June it), FLOUR, MEAL, Ac Flour, mperSse, V bl " Extra. ' St. Louis " Rye, Flour v bbl Indus Slot. t E Buckwheat, p 5 & H.59 14.88 1P.S0 S.00 .3c;jc. i- MEAT, POULTRi, It Beet ewt .11.50 4 13.M ..He ..Sic ..8C " steak, round, p It idrlotn. ' .... Koaet. chtice, " - ' Corn erf, " Mutton, hindquarter, f lb.. " tore " " .. chop, " .. Port., Keek and roMt t a... ISS Me Ie e e JOe lie I8e 22s lie ids lSe 3 S9e Shoulders, bbk. Vesi, hind quarter " fore TOBgBe. Turkeys, Chick ml FISH. Cod, Salt, V ft Mackerel, salt,? km Salmon, " lb. 0 st--. nUd mean g41-a..-. l-oSettrs fpft GROCERIES. AC i'. Oct. roasted, t lb. " raw, " Sugar, rewa. " r crushed, " lmf. ' Maple M laes, gallon ...... Sirup, J 1 --a. Oolong, r - Breakftct,fe Green. " Kit. " Lard, Putter, Cheese, ' Fgts, p dot MtBCKLLASEOC-S. Potatoes per bushel. ! t4U.J T.ruoth) seed" fl...tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 June 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 21, 1867. Keels items Sofa pianos arc a recent novelty. A man in Paris is creating great noise in tlic worU by r-iayiis. on tcTcn arums ar A man in Cairo, running against a barber pole tnc other night, pulled out bis rocket book, threw it down and ran, 'apposing bo was attacked by robbers. rci men were arretted in New York iVcdntt-dav. on sutiiicicn cf being connected in tbe great fur robbery. One thousand of tbc stolen otter fkins have been recovered. Ab Mrs Davics ot St. Johnibury.Yt., was looking into a shop window in Bjeton, Wed nesday, a young man pamiDg v. ith tbc crowd seized a parcel, containing a drees pattern the bad just purchased, from her hand and made good his escajc '1 btrc arc 35 persons reported killed, wounded and miing, tince the ciplosion in Philadelphia tbc other day. eight of wboui are eutinosed to be vet buried in tbe ruins: twenty-cfeht were killed, and only eight jersons escaped of all that were in tbe buil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1867

1i i'J 1 ft IP wt. 1 3 VOL. V. NEW SERIES VOL-XIII. BURLINGTON, VTM FRIDAY MORNING, JUjSTE 28, I8G7 NUMBER FIFTY TWO. .-.JiT-r-.i..i.. t ., i s&rd Poet r v . A Dream of Summer. BT JODX G. WHtTTtEB. It land as Ibe morning breath ef June The southwest breezes pUy ; A ad through lis bate tee winter noon Seems warm as iraatr't day. The mow-plumed Angel of the Xorta Use dropped his icy spear ; Again the mow; earth look; forth. Again the streams gosh clear. The fox his hill siJe cell forsakes. The muskrat leave: his nook, The bluebird in the meadow brakes Is singing with the brook. Bear op, O, Mother Nature !' erjr Bird, breeze and streamlet free, Oar winter Toieee prophesy Of cummer days to thee." So, in those winters of the soul, 1T bitter blasts and drear, "erswept from memory's frozen pose. Will tunny days appear. Reviving Faith and Hope, tbey chow The sonl its living powers. And bow beneath the winter snow Lie germs of rammer flowers. The Night is mother of the Day, Tbe Winter of...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1867

C. G. i II. I- BENEDICT. EDITORS ASD PCOHIITOBS. FRIDAY M0UXIX0.J0.VK2S. 1857. County Convention. Tbe Union Republican Voters or Chittenden County arc requested to meet in Convention, If their delegates, at the City Hill in Bcrlisgton, on Saturday, June 29th, 1EC7. at 11 o'clock. A. M., to nominate candidates for Senators and County officers for the year easaiog;, and to transact any otLer business deemed proper when met. " In conformity with the rule heretofore adopt eJ. the several towns will be entitle to delegates M follows Bolton Darlington Charlotte Colchester Essex Hineeburgh HantiDgton Jericho Milton Richmond Ehelbnrn South Barlmgtsn St. George Unlerhill Weitfcrd 11 10 10 10 11 li y $ 4 2 h 8 Villiston J Whsle number ,5 Tbe delegates will provide themselves with proper credentials from their several town cau cuses. . IbaW.Satles, iZL... W'm. Bbismid, .- CtIj. 11. 11. EWEfci., J Burlington, June 14th, 1S67. The Vermont Democracy and ll.nr Mine Convention. ThP Democrats of Ver...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1867

THE BURJLINGTOIS), Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIDAY MOTIISTG-, JUNE 21, 1867. 11 Xnr Yoke. June 21- IVeutY-otre distilleries in this city lave vca Kind within the latt two dajs by revenue agents for alleged noa compliance with (be law. A special correspondent on the ttratnsliiji Virginia writing at JIavanoa under date June 15th, gives an account of the adven-ventunt- of lien. Lopez Santa Anna eincc leaiing Xtw York. The General and btaO travelled inremmlo to 'Vera Cruz in the irgima arming at that lacc on 'he tliiid of Jane, and were warmly but not openlv welcomed by the Liberals inside the ullf The Air,ncan and Ilritisb Consuls ;intd witn him on the Ftcanitr and all nxm cd to go harmonious v until the seventh inet , when Commander Itow of ,thc United States steamer Tacuney and Uommander AytuelcT of the llntifti vmsel ol u .lanjii upixiiitd on It aril and rernivcd him under I rnttr-t r l e Taeviiivy. Thence be wae taken tn .Sicrilioii in c!fc ot an officer and again .lace-d upon the Virginia,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 June 1867

ThrCccmironxrcsatlonnl Convention , The t.crral " I The Annual Convention (the 721) or the CoD..rrKtion.l Minister and Churchea of 1 Verm.nt took place at St. Alban, on Tuci- ; day W.-dncsday and Thursday of last week. I Tbc ornninK sermon was preached by llev. j F 11 IWton of Windsor, from John - 1 oj Vlr Byington d.rcusfcd with grcat abi- A tho theme of The Minis- 11J W tiT or Jcpus.tbc Ruide of the Christian Min ister," cloMiig with an eloquent allusion to eomc ot the eminent early preichcr of Vcr mjnt. Job Swift. Bushnell. Haynee, Con vcree, Chapin, Goddard, Worcester. "Fa ther Wootcr," Hr. Kurton, Dr. Thomas A. Merrill, a clas-matc or Daniel Webster, I- Parwn Lyon," Dr. Wortbinston Smith and others whocc " praise w in all the cliur- eht" In organizing the convention, the votes were divided between Mr. Ilyington ami I'xcs. Kitchell or Middlebury CoIleSc, for Moderator, resulting in the eSotee of r Kilchdl by a small mj.,rity. Kcv. Francis J. Fairbanks or Westminster, was cWtn Sc...

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. — 5 July 1867

3tnl VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL- XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, JULY 5, I8G7 NUMBER ONE. a Poetry r. Or Splae. BT r.l- -I5HE Mm. r ay . iic aft. : -- ;u-::.3. good peoile 1 at ry ! yes t ever bt-.r till . f one Mr. De Splae: iiuin t n...uV r.fy iar the lack' of good antC .: vv.i r.s a:.t cf ncrc show acl pre-ten-e ; up wi;h conceit iiL- an airy ball' 02, '. i !. irl o apprrvch at the "man in the r. !ir s-ti.e r: f came in l.:- wiy, i is Mr. De f ;.!jc I '!: ' c!t Lot: l-: -.-:ols 1 .it dan aioiulir t-.tn ' in a" tning wcm etoofthly he marshaled th- vac ; .1 ri.tt- there ra Bcthl like a failure t .ij-ly tlCEUtl I - i-h for 1h- J ' cli," ' !.i' 'rew I..- sj;. .!. a B3.-1 " : v. i-'iagti .1 . '..i i, auJ ..i iV !i :. t j t-e rear. p' went psfly and .-: fitn the caik'ja! ' cr t ii was to pi it ;ry tras Mr. le Spl- ' ..;, rt he draek, and i i! i L'i!. a lor,; mt re aL-1 t . me i i.n of a 3 Irew. ) . : ..i- faa J KlrajtJ .. itl. iiut Uli.J ; ! r i.r p.ing astr-iy, .:, 1 .;:.J -'dea...

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 July 1867

it $m rc!i!i. C. C. Jt H. L. HENEDIC1V EDITORS ASD rMPWCTOM. FRIDAY MORNING. JULT 6. 1867 U.MO.VREI'UIII.IC.VXSTATKTICKKT For Governor, .TOHjST B- PAGE.. OF RUTLAND. tor Lieutenant Gorcrnor, STUI'HE.V T Si O .7 .? V, OF WEST FAIKLEfc Fr Treasurer. j o n .v r.i a OF MONTrELir.lt. Union Republican County Ticket. For Senators, J. L. liars tow, ol Shclburn. E. II. Line, or Jcticbo. E. K. Hard, or Burlington. Far Assistant Judges Saflord Colby, of Richmond. It. J. Morse, Ballon. Fer Judge of Vrvlmh , T. E. Wales, or Burlington. For SteUes Attorney. Jcrcuimli French, or Burlington. For Sheriff. Win. U. Munfon.or Burlington. tor High lUsitiff. O. P. Tutllc, or Essex. Political. Senator Henry Wilson of Massachusetts has told a New York correspondent, who tells tie public.tbat lie is conGdenUbat Gen rinnt will bo tbc nest President His faith in the general was thus expressed : He had the most perfect faith in General Grant's thorough sympathy with Congress and tk. mrinlfi of tbe republican p...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 July 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JULY D. 18G7. WaOipS Ko.Mi TO TBI. T- 1' ol' CaHIX's 111 HP It l.as ion;- been kao-.vn that the easiest route to the top or Chanel' Hump was on tne west tide, from Huntington Centre, ami lat-t week a road was cut through on that nide . The road was Hmeyed ami marked out on the 27th, by H. Iceland and Sylvester Derby. Next morning a party of twenty men a cut at the work ol making the road. Commencing al W m. .Johns' houee, they cleared a road for 32ti rods up the inoutiUin,tLc first day. Tbe nest day Ss tar d ly.they went at it again .and at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, Mr. Livcland, Mr. Derby and Mr. Ellis drove up t.i the door ol the Moun tain Herusc. in a priir wagon. I"!.-re Mr. I. t land detached hi hurst trom the wagon, rode him half a mile further tn the very top of the ui luntain, i.d r. li.rnol home, jetting h:iik in 1 1 utility tun Oaitrc U-lore sundown. I'll, r.ad w two mil-.- and rod- from Mr- John's Lou-e to the Mniitit.iui H...

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 July 1867

Tl-IE J3UKJLINGTOJS, Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIO AY MOHNJNG. .JItIjY 5, 1807. "cw IIamlton Institution. The Anniversary exercises ol the N. H. Institution at Fairfax, will conimcnee On Tuesday tbc 9th of July, at 9 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, Examination of Classes. Tuesday crating Aildrcfs before tbc raif sionary Society, by Kev. T. A. Doucuss, Cbaturdain N. J. Wednesday evening Addicsa before tbc Literary Societies by Kcv. 1). U. Ediiv, I). V.. Bo-ton, Maf-e. Thursday Graduating Exercise. Fire At four o'clock I. M.f on Friday, a lire commenced in tbc railroad bridge over n.v River. Montnelier Junctivsn, and when .i;,vei.rl the roof was ablaze. Nearly half an hour clircd belorc tbc engines could rc to tbc ground, and tbc result m tbc des truction of botb the railroad bridge and the highway bridge adjacent. The wind was strong, and the buildings on tbc Shepard farm took fire, but were saved. Mr. Shep ard jrrfcntcd No. 5 Fire Company a note of thanks, containing $25. Brok Jan. Four prisoners esc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 July 1867

rf4 rirfiYif itilttt BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, ,IULY 12, I8G7 NUMBER TWO. VOL. XXXV NEWSEKIES VOL-XIV. Pot! v y sale mi the Crtk. bt nruiA. Sle-ra and aiknt my lather grew The landlord said tbat tbe tent was due, Ard mother wrpt as lie turned away ; Hr saw her tars, bot he would not stay 'll.e health was coll, nr.! the night was chill ; ur money lay in the ale bouse tffl ; Ami. cold and wear;, we crept inside The luiU crili where the lby died. '! la oi rr w came, atal the. landlord, lw ; A-iin he said thai the rent was due, AuJ kit the door with a bitter cone Whin mother showed bita her empty purse. Then, one by one though our treasures went. There yet wss lacking a tithe of rent, ' I'ntil we gave we haJ naught beside -T'c little crib where tl..- 11 j died ll H..J.O lliOUUrt 1 ill . I j Ick up rajs, at. ! pascJ ;ut way I" : t't tuoTe let s! the eiadle where I l.e darling lay. and I sw it there. Tlie i sirs would cona, lh tijtii 1 hel l iu) l.it.slb ; I 1 veJ all ener her life...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 July 1867

THE BUBLINGTON, .VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JULY 1-2. 186. Itc ra press. C. C. A: B. t. BK EDICT. ID1V0KS AKD rUnFRIIIOES. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 12. 1S67. JJ.MO.VKEPBnUCiSSTATETICKCT For Governor, TOT-TaST B- 3PAC-.K, OF RUTLAND. tor Untenant Governor, STEFIIE.Y T HO .11 .1 5 OF WEST FAIRLEE Fr Treasurer. jr o IS .V r OK MONTPELIER. fi E I'nlon Republican CountrTickct. For Senators, J. L. Barstow. of Sbelburn. E. II. Lane, of Jericho. E. R. Hard, of Burlington. For Assistant Judge' Saffbrd Colby, of Richmond. R. J. Morn?, Bolton. For Judge ofl'rabatr, T. E. Wales, of Burlington. For Statu Atternty. Jeremiah French, or Burlington. For Sheriff. Win. 1). Munson.or Burlington. for High lia'W 0. F. Tuttlc. of'Kwex. Crnnd Isle County Convention. Th, Union Republican voters of Grand Isle rnir are reouesttd to meet in North Hero.on Saturday, tha 27lh day of July. A. D. 167. at 10 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of nomlnat- tnff county officers for the year ensuing. Jed. T. Ladd, ) County ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 July 1867

THE BUHLINCxTO, Vt. FREF- PHESS, FRIDAY afonWING-, JULY 12, 18G7. RomiiTi. N. V , Jul; o ; Ounii the jpcifonaanco at the ciieaa of 1 I ".iv. i North last crcning, Chas. White, i' - I. t; King, on entering the cage of lions , v : 'Lkpd liy one of the males, fcllia-; ..a i j tin. Ajar and Ustcuing bit jawa upon i ! .- rj'vijdcr hitlict idj acverr wouw- ; 1 lit i ireus men. with iron bus. eucceaicd , - rc-o.-cmg ilr. White alive, but ncverdy j v.riJ. lbc ttffur rsi fed "rest rxtttraKftt ' i'f .iiJicnrc. , Saw Yens, July 0. u Orltaiis dt-micrrii say Es-Gov. w . il- li.ii pre-artd cm n:tt.clargcp to tl.t ; ; r tf (jeo Slieri i in r.gards bis die- j !,"inttvand will at uuue i -rward eoniea to i S n.itor Trumbull -! irj hi claims UK 1 . , h. .-".1 !rirrl I I el .H'lilltr of i ivir.n pirmal and .1 i.t, 1 i- (.( talk of . i't nr.!-i tun. " . .Vim r ji. . ' x .' i . tf. 1 . !. , . S rid-it cm ri(s pr-p e-rd ! I Vt I ft' I.', :i!.i 1.1 jipu!ar ry. ij rt-drra!. 1 'lit cajweto! . Siieri'l ii'- 1...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 July 1867

Col. Jcdutliun Spooncr. Western ppers Tortcl tc death, tcvcril weeks since, of CoUedctuas Si-oomh. at Lan ilng, Allumkcc county, Ioki, with high an J deterred tributes ta his moral and intellectual character. He died tudJcnly. while eitting in his cbair, reading a newspaper cf 311 affection of the heart- a dif case to saJIy frequent in these djjr. He was a printer and editor by r.ro!if sion, and with the exception of Francis G. Fish, cf Brooklyn, and perhaps one or two ethers, was at his decease, the oldest of that profession of Vermont antecedents. And, altho' many years hare transpired since Lc left the State lor the West, so well was he known and so marked was the influence he exercised in trying Urate, that many yet remember him; and cone tut with high esteem, aSccticn and respect. As a citit ica, gentleman and man. he deterred all this; he was an hoacr to his professicn but raorc f.rfr hi. arrrnev end efforts in support of good principles in this State, long farmed hn par ticip...

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