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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 November 1867

Coantj Clnk VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL. XI"V BURLINGTON, VT., IT Lt ID AY HORNING, NOVEMBLH 8, I8G7, NUMBER NINETEEN. JIiCell:JIiC01I!. Echo. Com to me in the lilenee of the night; Cone in the (peaking silence of a dream; Come with toft roawM cheeks sod eye as bright As anhpbt on a stream; Come back is tears, () memory, hope. Ion of finished jean. () dream how airect, too sweet, too bitter sweet, Whose wakening should hare been is Paradise, Where too la brimful of love abide aad atet; Where t hinting longing eyes Watch the alow door That opening, letting in, lets oat no more. Vet amt to me hi dreams, that I ma; Bvt My ae-rv life again though cold in death: C me Lack to me in dreamt, that I may girt Puke for pulse, breath for breath; Speak low, lean low, As long ago, toy love, bow long ago ! Holmes' Adieu ti the 5! arse. Mehercle ' Zeti ' fJiable ' ho My tboarhts were dressed when I was Bat, tempo tujrit ! see then now Half clad in rage of every tongae ! ( philo fratrea, chers amis ! ...

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. — 8 November 1867

t Jra )ress. C. G. i. U. L. BENEDICT, EDiiots axd raosizTORS. FRIDAY MOn.VI.VG. NOV. 8. 1S67. THE WEEKLY FKEEPRtSS. TflB DCBUXOIO.1 VTEEKLT YRT.X Pars it pub lished every Friday morning, and contains the latett n-w report! cf Eoitin mirkeU and Cam bridge Cattle Jlaiktt j full 6Ute, County and loeal ntellls nee, well selected MUcollanr, Ac, ac No care and tntley will U (pared to make it a re liable, Interesting and taluaMe iimUvJcurnil. The ebeaiatlsa of the Friz Press eieeeds tea or any paper In the resrien, aid It is, therefore, an untivalled medium fjr advertaers. We ceeire to give additional attention to tie Im calmiriet tio various towra in this and adjolnlne Counties, in which our Weekly hai a naaseroGS cir colatlon, and thill etteem It a favor If our friends will forward os any items f interest Tcaxe. or ini Krast.T Fbse rsESs psr year U In advance, and if not strictly In advance 2 SO. Tin KIectlMi. The Empire Stmts has gone Democratic, carried ever by tbe immense democratic m...

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. — 8 November 1867

?A1 1 it were eurprif d I y fCTen battalions or the Paral army f ujiportcd by 12 pans, who at tacked tbcm in front and on both (link?. KislitiD" was continued fiercely for over an hour. In ll:r laics' moment of the cngwgcinent Garibaldi bad to be dragged away from tbc battle. Hit troops suffered much lofs and retreated towftrd? Muntertuondo. Here tbc tight vas renewed and continued for three hour? vben the tiaribaldian retreat teeemc utter rout. It i bxlieved Garibaldi had 910 nun killed. 1.000 made prisoners! and a great nunit-er wounded. ! Menotti Garibaldi via.-. woundt-d eli-rhtlv in it lejr. The I 'a pal lu was not i-o hearr. Armed at the froLtitr thf retrcatini army gave up all their arms except the weapons which were tbeir j.riva e property to the lunian regular truv.pt), ebuiooea on toe line. GfD. Garabildi left Lcre tbie A.M. by spe cial railroad train fur Florence. He made no parting address, and ! rSkvd jAd, haggard and disappointed. The im-urrccliuiiary innvrioeot h brok...

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. — 8 November 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt, FREE PRESS, FRIDAY aiORNTN'G-, NOVEMBER 8, 1867. SCRAPS. The miner is happiest when his tri- nmpbs arc ore. The rock abend what a voting bueband roes when the cradle is brought home. Punch. Would jon, tnv friend, the power or death defy? l'raj keep your inside wet, jour outside Jtv. Mottoes of the Sheffield saw grinder. It's an ill wind that; blows up nobody. The better the paj. the better the deed. " Tic man who can woik, and will work mutt be made so he can't work." Arteaius Ward was cntboMisticsdlv cn tertaired by the fple of Virginia City. NehrsfVa, on his western tour. On Iins l.c mtde this speech fiom the top ol the coach:-" Good bye 'Take care of your eclvc? I was never in o place in my life where 1 was treated eo well as J have been here, nor I may add, so olten !'' A lady who, though in the autumn of life, bad not lost all dreams of its spring, said to Douglas Jtrrold, ' I cannot im agine what makes my hair turn to gray. 1 sometimes fancv it must be the ...

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. — 15 November 1867

rj. VOL. XXXV, NEW SERIES VOL. XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., PK1DAY IMORNING, NOVEMBER 15, I8G7, NUMBER XWENTY. -, ... ii . . JliM't'Jhmcous The Htao'--.i Khan-oay. I st' cd beside the roiling, restless m, And my friend Smith stood sinelting close by Tbe ocean's foam rolled playfully away, ( reus wai bore cl the hu foam tbey say) FrcngV., my fide was sealed that wry dy. Tripping on the ploVn sand footstep light St nick on ay ear. then Ar bat at on ny tight. Smith stw her too tn I pocketed nif pipe, and gave his lrrr mustache a tmnotbening wipe I wH,ed him safe zboa'd hie ten-ton vaeht She J such toot. And hen Iter boot. Built like iTeeaian with a silken knot ! Not Mack and polished, but of creamy hue When I raid boot, of coarse I meant (he'd tiro, H ith instep arched, jut like the Bridge of Sight, Aiii two men heels to give a little rise; i''.t they were nothing to htr coal black ryes, 1 i . give the lock that qwc electrifies. .S.r .tood npon a little jiHirtal of reck. And screamed ont litt...

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. — 15 November 1867

G. C. & B. L. BENEDICT. S3IT0BS aid ranrmxTOCS. FRIDAY MORNING. NOV. 15. 1857. THK WEEKLY FREE PRESS. The Bcruxgtos iYeixlt Tnzs Femj li pub lished ever' FriSay mcrnin?, and Iccatalns the lateit n 'we reports of Boston markets and Cam bridge Cattle Millet ( fall State, Ccnnty and local nUlllxtnce; well (elected Miscellany, ie , Ac "o care and tntlay will to s pared to ramie It re liable, interesting and valuable fanllr Jcnrnil. The circulation of the Fr Pnrss exeeeda tha of any paper In the rejicn. and Is Is, therefore, an unrira'Jed medium for adveitlter. We desire to cire additional atlesticn to the est ntv of the various towns In this and adjoining Conntles , In which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem It a favor If our friends will forward ui any items of interest Tirxj or tbi Wiiklt Fan rr.r.s. per ycer il in advinee, and if not strictly in advance 2 50 rre-idcutUI Speculation. The carclul and sensible 'Washington cor respondent of the Boston Daily Adc...

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. — 15 November 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15. 1867. WMlr. . v a . . - - - - ity ti:l.brrapii. New Yosk Nov. 7ih. tur ii'-r returns bbow mat w ."""'J - - , . , . . , ,.,fn naa ou Kcr.is.M.cans ana oo li-ui'T- The i-onste . 19 neptililicvi nd 13 Demo- Lie. JIam., Jvov. i . Weston, the netkatrian. left llartiora.on liH dav nltrrnoon lit live n ciock, at- rived at Kt L"?. Slam., at eeven A. M. or iiednedav. rnikin;; oetwn en una vii m.'ea in i-siinurs. in.1 ien risi ... If 1 f- T- . . . I four ' clock vc'terdav afternoon, and vut- coinz to Albinv. N. Y .mw xoek. i in. ashiDoron sia-civi? Mate mat iiiiiirncy General Chandler naye the trial of Jf IT I)- vis will take pices- tin-: term. It i- under'o1 that ur c,veriimi nt lian .fl-rid about s&.uuo mm tor tne i-tarxi oi ft. Tl.rimes which w nJoied : but the I) r.i-" rnini-trr itmMi'i here t. agree in !) t. tiu. Ti (F--f :t.c j'towv Oarincton M-i nn lire t.-li Imt it was lortunatciy s'lrpr.i-hrrl Alt the r icrs of tbeSorra...

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. — 15 November 1867

THE JBURXiINGTOIS', Vr. FEE1 1'RERS, FRTD T MOTrNTVa, NOVEMBERlo, 1BG7. SCRAPS. Gin-rooster is tic French translation ol cjct-tail. An exebango tbinka the most disagreeable ago for o woman is the ramp-agc. Judy's advice to unmarried ladies with inJcrtnde t resources is husband them, The obstructions at Hell Gate seem to negative Virgil's aftcrtion, Fadlis descen sus Averni. Those who support Ritualism contend very plaufiU that all they desire in cburch mat ters is to have their rites. N. Y. Com. Adv. And why is a physician like a ma ician 7 Recau one ij a cup-cr and the other a tau-ccr-er. Ancient, but "nccllcnt i' faith." Will you lmd father your ncwejarxr, eir ? be only wants to read it." "Yes my boy, and ask bim to lend me bis dinner ; I only want to cat it." Ah," said Sidney Smitb'wbcn A sees B struggling in distress, it is not inhuman na ture cot to ask C to do something for him.'" A six year old seated in a barber's chair ; to bim the bairdrcwcr : "Well, my lit tle gentleman, ...

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. — 22 November 1867

Milw II ggggl all jp VOL. XXXV, NEW SERIES VOL. XIV BURLINGTON, VT., FKIDAY KORNING, XOYEMB1.R 29, I8C7. M J iEK "I'WliNTY-ONE. i?Si&celInncou!. From the New Vork TVdirer.l Which Shall it be! Which shall it be ? which shall it be?" I looked at Join John looked t tut (User, patient John, who loves me yet As well as though my loeki wire jet,) Aad when I found that I must speak My voice seemed strangely low tad weak, "tell me again what Robert stH ;" Ami I ben I BsCniLg heart my bead, "This i bis hi-er:" I nils-give A boau iixl Unit while eon shall lite. If, in mats, 6. m sai vuar seven One chil i to me for aye ie tries." I looked t John's old garassntt -won. I thought of sit that J bo had borne Of poverty and work and "are. Which 1, tnoturh willieg. enild wot (hate : I thought of seven rooatbs to teed. Of fry en little children's need. An J then of tU'-e. "Co-e, Jil.t,, said I, "We'U rbocse among them at they lie Asleep so walking hand in band. Pear Jehu aid I niHf'iJ mr bead. I i...

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. — 22 November 1867

for Besotted Tbat Barron Bay, the rcturneJ mrmbtr for the tcwn of Bradford, was not dak electrd by the freemen of Bradford, and is cot entitled lo a Kit in tnis uousa The report and resolution was ordered to lie. From committee on corporations. II 2G9, to Incorporate the Burlington Steamboat Company; third reading. Frcm peneral committee, II ITS, relating to the hours of labor, a written report which is as folloire : Tta Hour S-jtlem. The general committee, to when was referred II ITS, entitled " an Act regulating the hour of labor, respectfully rep resent that thej have considered the Esmc, anJ submit the following report . That so far as statements ot iniivi'usls who appeared before the committee, deTfloptd the facts, the different mill-owners and corpo rate establishments now work their operatives from ten to fourteen hours fr day. That in most instances twelve to thincen bears, varying sometimes between summer and winter, teemed fob the rule. That very little, if any. com plaint...

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. — 22 November 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER. 22. 18G7. St. Loci". Not. 17 A dispatch from Fori Parker eajs two mon were killed bv Indians 12 railed north nf Fnrt Ii.kVc on the 12th. Tt'C bodies atrlnravl hnt nnt Krnlned. The eame II .fnnrs was, killed near the samp TjBf rH trootoA! in the warnr manner. Hie Indians arc supposed to lie northern Chcvenes A HUrmtrh frnm Omaha eavs the 6vc In dians who committed the mas'acrc ot Kootc nia Mines some time since have bccnivcn up by the chicl for punishment ana nuns. Havana, Nov. 17. We have the announcement that St. Dj- minjo city lias been destrojed probably by an cartbouakc. Details have wen tele graphed for. Washington", Nov IStb Thad. Stevens states that he has not felt so well in Eve years, and tlrat be is over- whelmod with letters commending his finan cial views Republican Senators and Representatives declare their intension to stand by the re construction measured For several day there have been constant arrival here of...

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. — 22 November 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FKF, ItKSrt. KItlD.VY MO I NITC3. XOYKJrRER f23. SEWS ITEMS. Mrs. Harriett Bccchcr Stowo it writing another novel. . , AnnaDiclinton'snoTcl will be published in Philadelphia next spring. The late George Wilkins Kendall was worth $500,000. General Howard, tbe bead of tbc Krccel tncn's 1'nrau, is only tbirty-Ecvcn yeara old. A ccjro worsan, near Savannab, a few daya ajo, gave birth to three children two coal Muck, and one pure white. Rev. J. C. Craijr, of El Paso, Illinois, has been arm-ted on a charge of seducing Misa lIcCMl-n.a defurued dwarl. The cost of the original Capitol at Wasb inston city was $1, -100.000. Tbc addition?, wbicb arc now ncarlv completed, will cost $12,000,000. Tbc cotton crop in southern Illinois is ex cellent: tbrco thousand bales bare been ship ped at Carbondalc alone. It is computed that tbc average growth of London, i at the rate of tiro miles of finish ed buildings per day. Tfccrc was a " tournament " at the JCew "tors: mimmici; academy...

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. — 29 November 1867

VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL. XIV. BUKLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY HORNING, iSIOVEMBER 29. I8G7. NUMBER TWENTY-TWO itliccUnncous. Faithless ShII) Hrown. Br Tdohis Hood. Yocng Ben lie was sice jeaa-g man, I A carpenter by trade : ! And he; fell in lore with Sill? Brora, Who was lidj mad. But, as they fetch'd a walk one day, Tnej met a preaa gang orew ; And Sally sre did hist amy, While B'.'ij b: i brought to. TIm boatswain swore, with winked word, Enough to shock a taint, That, thi ugh she did teem in a fit, 'Twas nothing bat a lent. " Com;, girl," said he, ' bold sjpyeer brad ; He'll be as good sc me; for, when jour swain Is in oar boot, A boatswain be will be." So, irhcn they'd made their gataa of bar. An J taken off her elf, She r .used, and found she only woe .'-mowing to herself. " Ah J is be gone T and ho goner" She cried, and wept outright ; j ben I win to the water-aide, T see him oat of sight" A waterman came up to her . ' Xow. Yung woman," said he, ' IPjjou weep'oc so, you will make E...

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. — 29 November 1867

THE BUKLINGTON, VT. FREE PKESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER. 529. 1867. gftc Jfm rts& G. C. Jt B. I BEMCDICT. zditoss AJtD ranraizTOBB. FRIDAT MORXI.VG. NOV. 29. 1SC7. Tim WEEKLY FREEl'REJS. Tnr Bcruxotos TVrntLT Frei Press It pub lished every Friday mornin?, and 'contains tho latest o m reports cf Eojtcn market and Cam bridge Cttle Market ; full State, County and local ntellljrencei well selected Jllice'.lanr, 4e., No care and entity trill bo spa-ed to make It a re- liable, interesting and valnaMo amilv journil. The circulation of the Friz Presj eieeedi tha of any paper In the region, and !; is, therefore, an nnrlr&llsd medlnm fjr a-ivertlters. We desire to rive additional attention to t'.e Jo eat nrif of the various tones in this and adjolnin; Countief, in which our Weekly has a numerous cir culation, and (hall esteem it a favor if ocr friesdi will forward ui any items cf interest Ttta-s crTBtWraKLT FeekTbess per jer tl in advance, and if not strictly in advance 2 SO. Adjourn...

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. — 29 November 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIDAY MORISrilSrG-, NOVEMBER 29, 1867. .5.50- Natles, Nov. 22. TIic eruption of Vcsiuvrie, whica com menced on the 14ih oontinLcs. The moun tain i ftill scndins forth fire from the olJ nd new craters arid the display is magnifi oint. There arc ecven streams of lava in full fljw. WifniNOTO.v, Nor. 25. Grn. Grants testimony before the Im jicachmcnt committee ba been made public. The General by his own statement was in the earl? days of Mr. Johnson's administra tion more inclined to leniency towards the reliela than was tbc President himfclt. He did not at first see tbc cipedicncy of ex cluding jersons worth 20.(MK) Irooi pardon, though he suOMtjucritly changed his views on that point. The terms of the surremkr of Lfc and others, he ever eontcn led and new believes, exempts tbcm from trial fur treason so Iodc as their parole w not violated. He maintained this j.iijaat the time hcn the Prefridtnt i extremely anxious t punish the rcM !cairs. Tbe ftietion ...

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. — 29 November 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FEEE PliESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1807. Dome Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. Capital and Surplnj, $3,750,000. 8. 4 R. B. WIRES, Agents. Tlicln Co oiXorah America OF PHILADELPHIA. (Incorporated KM. Oldest Company la the United States. Capital arid Snrpliif, $I,SOO.O0O. Perpetual Ins granted en Errt-eUa bcIWlan. B.iLB. WIRES, Agents. Phocnii Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. CONN. Capital and Surplus, $1,150,700. B.tLS. WIRES, AeeaU. iYintrara Fire insurance Co. OF NEW YORK. CAPITAL. AND SURPLUS tt.50O.OQft. S. t R. a. WIRES, Agents. Lorillard Fire Insurance Co OF NEW YORK. CAPITAL. AM) SURPLUS, H,500,CSl P. E. a WIRES, Agent Springfield F. & Ins. Co. OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS. CAPITAL. AXD SURPLUS tSOO.OOO. a A R. 8. WIRES. Agent. International Ins. Company OF NEW YORK. Capital arid Surplus $1,111,000, B. A R 8. WIRES, Agent. iYortli American Fire Ens. Co OF NEW YORK. Incorporated 1823. CAPITAL A XI) SURPLUS SI 80.000. E. t R. E. WIRBB, Agent. Commerce Insuranc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 December 1867

County Clark IllitirfW tf iit 'J VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES VOL. XIV- BUHLIMGTON, VT.. FK1J)AY MOHNING DECEMBbK G. I8G7, NUMBER TWENTY-TI1R jIIie)CcItancoin. Halter. The Sabbath dj was coming fast. As through our village street there pasted A man who bore an empty plate. And cried, as if impelled by fate, " BslT !' Ilia brew was sad. bis eje beneath, liollcd barah and alow for want of mw : uis voice use cmataa: A slew una mournfully he Batter!" 1 ' other homes lie raw the light Of batter balk irlesm want aad bright. And then in hanh and gutferal tone 1 he rhritk died oat into groan " Butter !" "Thi n a cone for tale," the old Dan said " The cows are dry or poor ted, For dan, tc buy. m vain I'm tnl !" '-'" "r the man with the plate atSl end - Barter " h. stay," the nsidea aid, and amei n iatu year's batter crock, and tell Your Meads to tmsjl of you !" He relied, aa be pasted oat from view Potter V " Beware the peeuUtor'a clutch ! i tu'J better cot bis butter touch !' Ihis was lite wai.doi...

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. — 6 December 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FRISK PKs, FRIDAY MORNING. DLCHMBEK b. 1867. 31k $'ti fjrtss. C. G. JL B. I BENEDICT. EDITORS AXD rOIEt0KS. FRIDAT MOKNIXG. DEC C. 1867 THE WEEKLY FREE PRE?. Tnr. Brauicros Warsaw Fei Tarts Is puV lisbed every Friday morales, and IcoctairJ the latest n-ws reports erf Boston market and Cam bridge Cattle Market ; fall Stat. Ceunty asd local ntelliseoee; well selected Mlseellanv, 4c, Ac No care and tutlsy will t tpa-ed to male It a re liable. Interesting and valuable family Jturnal. The circulation of the Feci Pcess exceeds tha of any paper In the region, aLd It If, therefore, an unrivalled medium for alvettHere. We desire to give additional attention to tLe cat nttn of the various towns In this and adjoining Counties, in which our Weekly Lai a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem it a favor If our friends will forward us any Items cf interest Tames or tiik IYuklt Fare Press per j ear 12 In advance, and if net strictly In advance J2 SO The Kurden Itallroad. The F...

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. — 6 December 1867

i ma Till: HrixLINCiTON, Vt. FliEK PRESS. FRIDAY MO UN IX a, DEC 'KM HER (J. "807 f . u- 1 .. i ' H.v altouM 1) arrk i .i r.v , . .. . .if: : .-.... i ,. rJ.i, I.- :mvs , f tlic (juxernmcut uiav I .aluce.1 ami the rclieted fr-i ifr xc tax t - .mi Kuncnt-T bh u'jbt n ri lar. 1' faith in rcyaru1 to the lut',. debt m -.rx.-l The aecrcvpl'.'hriuit uf the- . ,. lit ,'- '.- TI.iQl tvmiIl-.Wether tutu the n-el.'i nim oi t'i I men .n-iitu- ,.f tli Sralpe tinnn tlio i.. ii.i if iwl- t ii, ti nwM iiwiiirv ennfi'Hin- nt li'imf un i atiro4 n the .-Utility of oar instil uti'iit ami bring t, t'ie n iti.m prosperity, peace and good wilt Tue Vt I'aei ':rxr The itnurt of tueSec'y of War adtat -i .. i - Mte the operation of the army and t! ltureaiL- of the War Department. 1! oati- strength of our military furceon ti. -ex c-al Vgrc iih . r .S-ptember last was o6,olo. The total t-iiraate:! ljr military appropriation is $?78,l:!l,7"7, in cluding a deficiency in last year's api i i.i.riation t f S 1 o,W)...

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. — 6 December 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. PBEb PKESS, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER G. 18G7. gnrrlnj. NEWEST STOCK. AND LOWEST PETCES AT E. Ii. F.OYIt'S! JEWELRY STORE. COLD WATCHES, SILVER WATCHES, CHEAP WATCHES. From $3 to 200, to good aad so einrp, that they kp selling. gold chains, silver chains, hooks, charms, kkvs, etc., etc. J E IV K I, JI V. New and cernplete assortment of elegant styles SETTS, HALF SETTS, BROOCHES E.1R-RI.YGS, SLEEl'E BUT TON'S. STUDS. FINE STO.YEc PEART. RI.XGS. Gent's Pins, Masonic Goods, Gold Thimbles. OUU SILVI2K COOKS. "yT E hiTe jolt finished a large lot of Silver Spoons, Silver Fork, Silver Fruit Etnivc.-, silver Slnltcr Eiiiive;. Our it) lei are tLe best, and quality the standard IL.AT1'I WAKE. Roger' Ult quality on! of Tea tett. Cake Bat ktu, Castors, metiers, Copt, spoons, Forks, La dlct; Table and Tea Kiilcs, Ivory, rnblKr, Bd plated handles ; Fine Pocket CuLery. Fine .-cu on. Fine rttzurs, SPECTACLES AM) EVP. CLASSES. We have a tetter articles of Spectacles and Kje gist, ...

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