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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 August 1867

MW if da BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 23, I8G7 NUMBER EIGI-IT. VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL-XIV. i Poetry The Coming In ol the Olcnnaldcn." BT IEAK INflHitW. TLc moon is bleached a? while ae vcool. And just dropping under; Every star is gone lint three. And tbey hang wide matter, There's a sea-ghost all in ry, A Ull shape of wonder ! I am not satisfied with deep. The night is not ended ; Hut look how the sea-phost cocoes With wan skirts extended, Stealing op in this word boor. When dusk and dawn are blended ! A vessel ! To the old period Her happy course she's keeping; I heard them name her yesterday Same were pale with weeping. Some with their heart-huafetr sighed, She'B is, aad they are sleeping. Oh now with fancied greeting blest, They comfort their long aching; The tea of sleep hath borne to thorn What would not come with wakiag. But the dreams shall meet be trite In their blutful brk;og. The stars are gone, tbr rose bloom No Musb of maid is sweeter; The red enn half-way...

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 August 1867

it Jra irtss. C. G. it 1$. I BEfclICT. ZDITO&S A30 rBOPRlaTOEt. FRIDAY MORNING. AUG. 23. 1867. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. THE Ecauscro VYsxklt Fke Parss Is pub lished every Friday morninj, and Jeontalns tbe latest n -ws reports ef Boston markett and Cam bridge Cattle Market i hill State, County and local nteUIcince; well selected Jllscellanv. It. Ae No care nd outlay will bs spared to make It a re liable. Interesting and i aluable family JonrniL The circulation of the Fair. Pnrss exceeds tha cf any plcr in the rerlon, and I: is, therefore, an nnriTalled medium fjr adrertiiers. We dedre to tfve additional attention to the lo aJ m of the various towns in thu a"ad adjoining Counties, In which our Weekly ha numerous cir culation, and shall esteem it a faTOr if our friends will furward us any Items cf Interest Tartusor-rnelVrfKLT Free Feess per year $2 in advance, and If not strictly In advanee.2 10. C.MO.vnEI'lHLlCAXST.TETlCKET For Governor, JOHN 13- PAGE, OF RUTLAND. tor Lieutenant Gov...

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 August 1867

THE BUELINGTON, VT. 3TREEPKESS. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 23. 18G7. (ucst the SccnUry to resign. The Presi dent, however, authorized the agent or the Associated I'rets to telegraph latt nijht that the relations between the Executive and Cabinet were of the most courteous and friendly character, and that there was no prospect of any change. This may be taken as an authoritative fcrmtter to the outside effort to effect a change The Star ears that Mniir General Howard. Chief of the Iiurcau of Refuzeea. Krcedmen and Abandoned I.dJh, will thortly be re. licved from duty, oud nn officer ol the regu lar army, not above the rank of colonel, be aeiicncd to the bureau. The battle reported from Omaha as bavin" istcn place letwccn l'awncc kouu and a large number of Sionx, tnrns out to have been a fight between fifty Pawnees and one hundred Cheynnrf. at I'lum Creek, in which the Pawnee toi'l: fiftem KItaiid captured inrty head of cattle and two prison re. There were many other Chcyennea eup-H-cd to ...

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 August 1867

THE BUELINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS. FEIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1867. Religions Intelligence. The Minutes of the General Convention (of the CoDrefltional chnichcs) of Vermont is ready lor distribution, this year. several weeks earlier than usual. It usually cornea so long after the sitting of the Convention and the gathering of the Statistics, aa a little to resemble a last year's almanac. It reports a total of 190 churches, 80 of which arc vacant, and 5219 ministers. The aggre gate ol the mcmbcrtbip of the churches is Riven at 17,520, with a list of absentees numbering 2,974. 'ct pin for the year, 020. Number in Sabbath Schools, 13,510. Benevolent contributions for the year, $43, 990. or a little over $3 for each resident church member. The arrangement of the Minutes is an im provement over that of previous Tears. Rev. Lyman Bartlett was dismissed from his pastorate at Morrisvillc on thc31tof Jul v, and is going to Turkey as a missionary of the American Board. He has been sii years at M...

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. — 30 August 1867

m SSI 1 1 prii- rOL. NEWSEHIES VOL-XIV. BUKLINGTON, YT., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30. 1867 iv.tryi fcivt NUMBER NINE. s. The Great Tire at riuUsbursk. U'e copy from the Plattsbnrgh Sentinel of last week the following account of the disastrous fiie in that place on tbe -lot nit. ; Tuesday nicht, a little befbrr 12. a fife broke out in the sheds attached to the Presbyterian church. Before effiek-n- aid could be obtained tbe church itself vu n tapped is flames, and the fire spread rapidly north, cut anl west. The Fire company did ail that was hi their pow er, but it was impossitle to guard three or four avenues to its advance. Tee result is a meet disastrous conflagration. Fiery building U twero the Alley and Briokbnof streets, all north of the Alley to those fronting on Court street, all oa the eaet aide of Margaret ttreet from Bridge street to Wing's new store, and all on the south aide of Bridge street from Margaret to tbe tuain building cf the Gregory Wcoka Factory, is destroyed Of p...

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. — 30 August 1867

rOCETD DAT ro&Esoox. Section B rict at City Hall at 9 o'clock. Col. Whittlesey presiding, 'lcn rr" cn Fctsil Sponges was read by Trof. 0 C. March. who exhibited Mice epecimens- cf r.cw tpecics ; his rcmirls were ncctearily very brief, as the Ume fur coirs to tbcwhaif close at hand. Neither cf tic other papers announced were presented, snd the ecction adjourned till eve niug. rorsni pat rrntisc Section A," Mathematics, rati at 7:30 1" M, in Hall tbcrarlora of the College St. Church, Profetsor Coffin acting at Chairman. The fait business transacted was the jessing of two resolutions, tie first dimming all responsibility fcr Mr. Ilooeevelt's announcement ot a lecture at the City iUU on innuay ctciuS, and the second rescinding the vote establishing Sab-section A, cn Political Economy and His tory. Screral members of the Section expressed themselves in very decided Urns in regard to Mr. R's proceeding, as it mde the Afsooiatkn responsible, in the eyes of tic public, lor Sundy f essio...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 August 1867

riu; l"41i I THE BURLINGTOiSI, Vt. FJREK PRESS. FJRLDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 30, 1867. iYlSWS OP THE AVE Kit BY TELEGKAril. Wasbisctox, Aug. 23. Cien. Ihomii is cow stoppin;; in V. Vir ginia on acoount of an affection ol the liver, acd his transfer to the Louisiana Depart ment at present would be at the rril of his life. In a recent conversation the General remarked that as tsr ae interpretation ot the Act of Concrcfs is cor.ccrr.cd tLcrc is really little difference between Gen. Sheridan and hirnFelf. In a previous conversation Gen. Thomas cipresi-ed a hope that Lc had pre vailed upon the I'rctident not to transfer him from his present command, and also the tare that Gen. Sheridan, whoe line of poli cy he taid be should partially fobow. it the responsibility were liw, wuM not be remov ed in the rn'dst of liia wart Dceriatchc from (Jen. Slwridan at Netr (Means allude to the prevalence of vtlljw liter in that city, and ftate that scleral of H- hUffarc down with it. Foimisss Monroe. Aug. A...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 August 1867

1 THE BURLINGTON, Vc. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MOTMSTHSTG-, AUGUST 30, 1867. & i Religious IntcIIIsencc. The Vermont Convention or UnivcrsalisLs meets at Morrisvfflc, An. 23th and 29th. The General Convention of the eamc denoan ciatisn will be held in Italtimorc. Maryland, on the 17th September. Camp Meetings will be held at iVcst Plattebargb, beginning Sept. 4th. and at Epscx, A'.Y., beginning Sept 3rd. Ifce General Association of New Hamp thiie (Congregational) is to meet at Kashua on the 27th Aug. Rev. 11. C. Lcavitt. pastor of the Uaptisi chnrch in Swanton, will rioso his labors on the first Sunday in October. Tbo salary of Rev. Wo. T. Hcrriclc of Clarendon has been raited to $900 and the use of the parsonage. The UniverEalfcte of Castleton are building a houre of worship, and eustain preaching one half the time. At Rutland a "Liberal Christian" Society has tctn organized, and an effort is making to rabc funds to build a church. Rev. Mr. Eirls has returned from the Pa cific ccast ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 September 1867

PI itii VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL- XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY- MORNING, SEPTEMBER, G, I8G7 NUMBER TEN. it Pocti'v The Hnlo Itouml the Moon. When mr fire t kis cn thou pure lips I fondly pressed, and racticnlcts We stood Kith wreathed finger-tips And eyes tl-at swam with love's excess, Yoa said you feared the omen dark That threatened us with storm full boon, And half in jest you made me mark The halo ruund the moon. "Then bear it with inc. loie !" 1 s aid, " And meet it milling then, as now; 'liall sorrow's thadon ! hw the heal That ec-rrowV self should neTer Ikjw What follows darknrtts but the day? Vhat dwells behind each night but noon. Whose laughing eun shall chase away Thi halo round the moon ?" And nw that time has only shown How "irief life's storms when dauntless met, And eveif envious year that's flown Ilaaknncur hearts bet closer yet; How memcrj holds that night endeared We ask ofitte no further boon. Hut dared the augury, nor feared The halo rouvl the noon. Much do wo on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 September 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEEK PllESS, JTllLDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 6, 1867. G. C. A. B. L. BENEDICT, rnnou ahd rxorvnou. FRIDAY MORNING. AUG. 50. 1867. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. Tai Bceuxoio Weeklt Fun Petss ii pub IUhcd every Friday morning, and teontalnt the litest mwt reports of Boston markets and Cam brldgt Cattlo Market -, fall State, County and local ntelllstnee; well (elected Miscellany, 4c-. No care and cntlay will U spared to make It a re liable, interertlos and valuable fimllv Journal. The cirenlatloa or the Fnaa Press exceed! tha of any paper In the reziou, and i; Is, therefore, an unrivalled medicm fjr alvertiiert . We desire to give additional attention to Ue It tyl ua of the various towns in this and adjolnlnj Comities, in which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem it a faTor If our friends will forward us any items cf interest. TaamoriBaTVriKLT FbmPbess per year 5 In advance, and if net strictly In advance 12 50. Vermont Election. THE S.TATB. The state vot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 September 1867

f THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBEli G. 1867. Anuneitc. The Viftjr-fifth Anniversary of the Lamoille ISsptbt A'sociaticn rill I.ebcW at West Bolton, WeJncaiv ami Thursday, Scr.t. lltU and 12th. lYrscne in attendance by Vt. Central 1!. It. will leave the oait at Jecfsvfltc, where carritgee will l in readiness. Cleek . UUMislieel ISK. EtUMttheri ldGC. MRS. A. ALLEX'.s Improved New Style Ilnlr ItcMorcr ami Ilrein;, Combined in one tattle. Itftorc ftrcy Hair to its Natural Color. Unequal .el Hair llreaatnir. IWiluretl price One Dollar per Iloltlt', SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Aug. I5tb. Sept. 6th, tpt- 27th. How as r. V.LC-UU so fresh anh ai "' jroes the c) I Scotch song. How ? AVliy, these win, show ibe Mcum of health on their cheeks. take l'lintation Hitters, which has the power of fortifying the system against dieeas?, and of regulating the digestive apparatus. Are you Ijrpeptic, weak, void of energy' Have you l.itlp or no appetite, hetdicbe, continued lassi- tude ...

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. — 6 September 1867

MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6. 18G7. THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, I at" " Jirr. Davis and a Scoicn Woman. The Montreal correspondent ol one ol,tbo Chi cago Tapers gives tbc following amusing ac count of an interview which took place bc twen Jeff. Davis and a plucky Scotch wo man i Jc2. Davis and his family, with the How ills. now reside in an elegant bouse on Moun tain Terrace. His next door neighbor ia a wor tbj Canadian merchant who has a Scotch wile of considerable pluck and spirit, and both take a great deal or pride in a ucauuiiu B'"(r which is attached to their boose. Since Jell, and his family came to reside next door to tbcm, the members of Jeff's family have partially de stroyed this garden, by tearing down beautiful trees, trampling oxer flower beds. 4 c, much to the grief and annoyance of all the 1. Abouttwo weeks ago, however Mrs. took the law into her own hands. Jefferson Da. Jr.. was seen to climb the fence and get into the garden, and was quietly engaged m picking ?. t n.1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 September 1867

-iwt.iii.i- 11 11 I t II jlL UJI I I iS.l- S7Ji VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL-XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER, 520, ISG7 NUMBER TWELVE. Poetry TtcmouMrancc. Daughters of Eve ! your mother did not well '. She laid the apple in your father's bind, And we have read, u wonuer : wnat tew Tbe man was not deceived, nr yet oouM (land ; He chose to Iok, for love of her. bis throne With her could die, bat could not lire alone. Daughters cf Eve ! be did not fall so loir. Nor Ml so far, as tint sweet woman fell ; For something better than as gods to know. That hatband in that bone left ofi to J well ; F-r thin, till lore be reckoned lees than lore. Shall man be first and beet fbreverraore. laughtere of Eve ! It was for your dear sake The world's firtt hero died an unerown'd king ; But God's great pity touched tbe grand mis take. And made hie married lore a sacred thing ; lor jet hie nobler tone, if aught be true. Kind the lost Eden in their love fcryon. Jeak Iiobow. miscellaneous. Ve...

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. — 20 September 1867

THE BURJLINGTOI, Vt. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORISTHSTG-, SEPTEMBER 20, 1867. 1 w mm gitc jrtt $ ress. C. C. fc B. I BENEDICT. KDITOKS A5D raOTRIXTOES. FRIDAY M0RNIN0, SEPT. 20 . 1867. THE WEEKLY FREE TRESS. Tnt BCRLWOTOH Wweklt Frzi Feus Is pnh lUhed every FrW morning, and .contains the Uteit unreports cf Boston markets and Cam bridge Cattle Maxket -, full 6tate, County and local .i.lil-easweU selected Miscellany, 4e , Ac So care and outlay will t spared to make It a re liable. Interesting and valuable Umllr Jeurnal. Th circulation or the Fair Flints caceedt tha or any paper In the region, and It Is, therefore, an unrivalled medium for adversers. Kede.iretosladditlonalttentlon to the . j yif if of the ration, towns In this and adjolnte. Counties, in which onr Weekly has a relation, and shall esteem Ita favor IT our friends will forwards any items ef Interest. TiRHiorTHiWciKLT Fata mrss-pcr year 52 In advance, and If cot strictly In advance $2 50- lloston Market. WirtsDiv. Sept. 11. . .L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 September 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20. 1867. t r; New Yoek, Sept. 18. Dates Irom tbe city of Mexico to the 21 ttitc that Diaz had ritcu a dinner to Juarci ani his Cabinet. CaHillo and all the gene ral? at Qucrctaro, sentenced to he tliot. nave teen pardoned. Santa Anna's court martial was being organiied at Vera Cruz. Liverpool, Sept. IS. A despatch says the Valentic Irom Oporto (or X. Y. has been loot near Madeira. No particular?. VVasuincton, Sept. IS. It is utremclv doubtful if Gen. Grant will recommend that a new trial le given to Gen. Porter, but tbe President may ieeiie an or der re-opening the case. Information hap reached litre that parties m New Orleans bare pcrcbatcd f-everal hun dred thousand dollars worth of confederate ' nds, but fur whom i not stated. Established 1832. Improved 18(6. to thi: public. 'I'l.'t MARKED FAVOR and extended use which I 1 i ve sitmalited the introduction 6f Mrs. S. A. t A'lfVs Preparations for tbe Hair, through out f r ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 September 1867

Joi-li Billings on Trotting. Apiculture is the mother ov provisions 5 ehc n also the grandmother. Hit want for aRrieultur, thar would not be enny beans, and if it want for enny beans, there wouldn't be ennj euckcrtasb. Agricaltur was lust diilovcred by Cain, and has tince been distovcred to be an hon est way to get a very hard living. Pumpkins owes awl her Eucceta tew agri cultur.andeo docs lettuce and buckwheat The Billingsvillc Agricultural Society opened October ten, and was a powerful success. . The receipts or the Aj.ricaltnn.1 Fair was upwards ot $30,000 (if memory ecrres mc rite, and I think she dm.) . Then Virgil Bickcrstoff. the nest agricul tural Member ov Congress from our district, sold the agricultural poles. ITET DAY. A pus of ten dollars was trotted for by sucking colts, that bad never trotted before for money. There wax thirteen cntrys. There waz CO.OOO people on the track to witness this race (ifmy memory serves mc rite, and I think she dur.) The puss was won, amid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 September 1867

23 i BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER, 27, I8G7 NUMBER THIRTEEN. fltSsri VOL. XXXV NEW SERIES VOL XIV. Poetry The Jlotto. DT JOHN 0. f AXE. "Give mc a motto !" tail a youth To cdc Irion years hare rendered wise ; "Some pleasant thought of weighty truth That briefest syllables comprise ; Some word of warning, or of cheer To grave upon my signet here. ' 'And, reverend father," m"hI the bey,' "Since life, they say, i ever made A mingled web of grief aiid joy ; Since carte mar come and pleasures fade, Tray, let the motto have a range Of meaning, matching every change." 'Sooth," raid tbe tire, "methinks you ask A labor something over nice. That well a finer brain might task What think you, lad, of this device? (Older than I though I am gray), 'Tis simple -Tire will pais away !" W hen wafted on by fortune's breeze. In endlcj peace tbou seem'st to glide. Prepare betimes for rougher teas And check the boift of fooii'h prkle I Though smiling joy is thine lo-dy. Remember, 'This will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 September 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, SEPTEJIBER 27, 1867.- am fa gCItC $ltt IT!iH. C. C. ti B. I BENEDICT. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPT. 27. 1867. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. Tax Btauscros Wzxext Pen runs U pnb Utlied every Friday raornlng, and teoataJss the lstett niws reports or Boston rnarkets and Cam bria1 ge Cattle Market 5 lull SUXe, County and local ntellljtnce; well selected MLieellanv. 4c., ie Ko c:ezi cutlsy will ba spared to make It a re liable, interestUg and valuable IimllT Journal. The circulation or the Fnrxrnrsa exceeds tba of any paper In tbe resion, and It if, tlere!bre, an unrivalled medium for alvertfcers. wH.drtijrireaddiUonalattonUon to tie caf rm of tie Tarlous towns In this and adjoining rv,ni 1... In which our Weekly hai a nuaierouj dr. eolation, and shall esteem it a faTor if our friends will forward us any items cf interest. T,.w.nrTitnuE!.r rBEzrerss perjear tl ta advance, and if net strictly in advance t- W Gov. Orr and Ccn. icfclc. The recent course of P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 September 1867

FA? THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING- SEPTEMBER 27. 1867. 1 71Ti -ill Knr Y.RK,Sept.21 Waihinston dispatches eay Gen. Grant is itcrinrg letliis commendatory, while oth- "fure nra 10 do caiclut it bom Lc ad rr its to his presence, and to keep away from iLotrce. Gens. Sickles, Hancock and Sheridan Jirtd last tvenipj with James L Bradj The people are flocking to Sheridan's quar ter?. Gen. Sickles in an interview with Gen. Grant dirnarc'td a court of inquiry, and if not cranted he would probably resign. A letter from Juarez states that it is un derstood that the pence of Mexico will i-tx-uira, as me elements ol disc ad have all disappeared. Sax Fhancisco, Sept. 16. Arizona advices 01 Aug. 4th, represent the Indians still more troublesome. Oovcmor McCormick writes to Gen. McDowell implo ring for more troops, .tatiDg that the boitil. ities of the Indians in Pret-cott district are unusually alarrainj; and that the miliniry ii.ree is insulBcient. Xew Yoek, Sept 21. A morning p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 September 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FEEK PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1867. MonogralU'' by Joh Billing. The Jealous Man U alwuz a hunting. He is alwur a huntinc for cumtbing that he don't cipekt tew find, and after he has found It, he it mad beiaoEC he haz. Tbeec fellers don't belcv in Epoots, and yet they arc about thconlv folks who ever seen ennv. A jealous man ii alwuz bappj ji&t in pro portion as be iz miserable. Jealousy iz a disease, and it iz a good deal like eea sickness dreadful sick and kan't Tom it. The Stiff Man looks down when he walks upon folks, lie doesn't seem tew hav but one limber jint in him, and that iz lokatcd in hiz nozc He iz a kind or maskulinc tnrkcy on pir adc in a lam-yard. lie iz Rincrally loaded with wisdum clear up tew the mozzell. and when he oph makes a noize like a kannon, but don't dew cnuv damage. I bcT teen him Ere into a krowd and miss eyry man. Az a general thing stiff men git mad drcd ful easy, and hav to cit over it dredlul cosy, Ukase folks hain...

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