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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 December 1867

5 -. Kit VOL.XXV. NEW SERIES VOL. XXIV. BUKLIN6TON, VT., FRIDAY MOKNING DKCEMBKR IS I8G7, NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR- 'ccllancons. The JIitc.. Unlucky Vulcan ! Venal tricked him ; A fashion with tl e ladi" tbi is. I'm not amies; but I'm victim To a whole bft of wicked Misses Miss Fit supplies my boots and coats. And nts h all my iotH-: nation; My cwh-hook ami my gold and notM Are manap-d by Miss OlouViUon. Miss Take baa pljel set many a trick; Miss Spell Kill always write ray tetters; Mm Trust dee-IiDe t give ne tick; Mi Manage lets off all my debtor?. M:se Print is wont to apoil my rhyme A very nicked habit it hers And if I be j quote me any time. Jrss Quote s the pri to ore the i When Chri4mis bumper; overflow. And belle ring loud Sir many a minister. 1 can t get near to .Miss L. Toe, Sae with tome very ancient eptctter. Well, easy 'tis down hill to glide, And Tain the I'arcas to importune; Po let me wed my bonny bride A charming child ske it M'tn Fortune. Collectings Itad Debt. It ww a d...

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. — 13 December 1867

I 5. IP !4S glic $rcss. C. C. A. B. I BEEIICT. ECItOBS ASD rKOSRIITORS. FMDAY MORNING. DEC. 13. 1B6T. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. Ngtice. All indebted to the Free Phess Offise for newspaper, probite advertising, or printing, arc requested to mate prompt pay mcnt The amount lor each one will he email, hut the aggregate fur us trill to quite large ; and wc need the money. Th! ,'iiiatice-. The udden end of the impeachment bun' ccs is received by the country with a feel ing or relic!, and of encouragement in the hope that Congress will now address itself earnestly and successfully to the great finan cial questions of the day. The alarm and dis trcs- among business men at the corn me r- cial centres is very great, and is extending hv natural consenuence throughout the country. The minds of the people are torn in- strongly from the political to the finan cial problems of our condition, Retrench' meat ol extravagant and useless national expenditures ; reduction of taxation ; and above all tbe e...

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. — 13 December 1867

TH I BUKLLNGTON, VT. Fit Kit, 1'UESS, FRIDAY MOlO.LNG, DECEMBER 13. lt7. Xi-f a'---'e:.ri"tcl jouns r ca itv. t L' nx-ly r:..rt miouiu enier tt.f it -I ,e-r.r.!-g "f 'be " Vor. Commcncethc ,, ,, . Ihm months h.tructe-n r s-J 1 j, " j:ilty never Ufor erri. Kl the i i . r lS ib another -eolamn. lti.gsox Bess-cit's eiehiDR fUMJ of' Sol 1 has Si i i m ; 01 lnEaiain r i i : iL- v.-er o K " 'lv , ttu.llpd to be tb U orjl that . Jpublic generslly ar- " of 'f f r He N. Y. Weekly bee ZS,Ttl ...rcui.tior: of 10O.W-O eopw. Head the ad icrtitement in soother eelumn. -ubfcnrtions to the Whins-lo-i Ltivnj Oa.paLj of Philadelphia are pouring in rapid ly The handseme engravings git"- away twl shsre of stock s rare and excellent work Bj tohscril.ioe f.-r tbest k at one ,'i rr share y. u obt.un c ngw-ir,R worth 6fty tr cent, mure than you invent, t. J per-tic-,. ,-in:; in they grand dietiihution tf gifts r.t.rt i-hsre . f stork will i.cene same pre-eot, w--l tu e.,ut "r "curing tome of the. t ,, 'c -...

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. — 13 December 1867

'! M II-C v M i" AEiVr. IT E31-. Dunns a patitieal dVpute in iA-tle late, Cal - father and bis fjar eerns were rbot dca. SVphens. ibe FernUn Head Uentre. m Paii-. obscure, reedy and croerally broken down Camillt UK now pktTS first fiddle. lbt is. be prrfarnM upon the violin which re ociTfd I be first medal at Part. ! Ot American prima donnas emcioc in Ko- rop. be.l'.Ui and Mj5sKrfk. there e , MisJennv Van Zand and .Mi Laura Har- , I i i v,v l I ..ri ma Island in tbe t A 1 aDlor tea pttntaard a launa in ire , Ohio Hirer Bd Mocked It with black cv, . to .be am-U far the ae 4 .he lor. ; M - M - .-, ( 'Uw. Irrro; ID Clarr- , ikii n w. m - - . mam CMntv. Ill . who Iwdacacs .hat the "Iht 0'" ! Oare-idtokce,. uS their-orwat, j . ik. Unn axramaeh tor a I0BS " . . ,"T. . ..v.1- ! tt lwt. rnvntthlv 1 hretf pf-rcrptimv Ilorr. aawwrreiiBm -nir f-.vi t... half an bor after it (oliuc tb- nil. n joamrr Jtmah avadr. At Oakham. a m w davtar". wbil MHaemcn wen- ..pennv a s'nv - nvv body, they f,ind t...

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. — 20 December 1867

Jill 4141 .a.aaom iimn t-Miasm wm mm i i i i i .111 n VOL. XXV. NEW SERIES, VOL. XXIV. BURLJNGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 20 I8G7, UMBER TWENTY-FIVE rAr AW Cir Y XP 4:1 1 I 1 'l ' df"tanll'3S of all parties except the Govcrn (h I V (J V.'J , mtnt, but from the understanding of all who ' ; r. C. C. 4. II. L. JJKMIDICT. EDITORS ASD r-nrHIKOEB. FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 20. 1867. THE WEEKU FIIKE I'UK--S. .'Jr. Voritti on ihe Finances. On the 12th, in the Senate Mr .Mor rill of Vermont calltd up bis bill for re sumption of specie payment in 1SG9, and spoke at length in its support. lie Hid he !sd faith is the efficacy of the proporitiun to dii nil it propose- to do on its face. He he lietcd it would stake obsolete any qacetion at to the imrrregnabtlity of the public faith. It wi-uld silence the demagogues who pr&tc i'-ut one currency lor bondholders and a cheaper one for pensioners and day labor er. It would extingui'h the fear which depreciated paper money h?gets of an ulti mate ba...

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 December 1867

An Act in albtioa Jo section one hundred and tea. of chipter twcutyrtwo of "the General Etatotes cntitlc-I. Common siboeli school laws. " It ithrrchy ensded,f)C. Sec 1 It shall be the duty cf the district clerk to certify to tLe "teacher, thit the register so returned is filled out and certified to bj sari teacher, as required by Iik ; and said tracher shall nut be entitled to his wares except cn presentation of said certificate to the prudential committee of svid district Approved Nor. V.; 1&57. An Act in amendment cf teettscs nine and four teen cf chapter tiitT-nine of the General Matntrr . relating to miriift ' il ierrly Mctt, it. Sec 1. Section nine of chplr sixty-nine of the General Statutes, is hereby amended so as to read tt follows : Marriages may be soleraaiied by any justice, in the county for which he is appointed, and they cut be solemnized throughout the State by any minister cf the gospel, 15119 hat Wen or dainel accoding to the usage of his denomini tion, and who ...

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. — 20 December 1867

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOR?' WING. DECEMBER 20. 18G7. n . i , on ttic A.1.ma qut-etnin. an 1 will c iln thu'tniv f'T lt.rn.lisrnw minn. U. will not Ukc any lortto-r eleps '-war- tli settleinent ol tle diffietiltY till P.-1- rjiiintl with the dtsireeol Oragree in b- i" mi. Fiii-nd- ! the linmitf.-Uon arc urging tin tin.- ul d Uo. Pope and the arp ,,m :i,ihi ,r Gti Mend. (iov Hnmiihries .t Mi w"" ' .i.loriuiti' n nlative to the proie-ted ot breaks -n.or.fr. the ih-ct' " Ju h li. h.e deemed it n.-ry I' ri'i,r warning all o " p.. t pose, that tw-ir "- i.d enrmt suxe.d ; that it the blacks i he !. tend- will be distributed nmoaf tbem tt.ev re jr'Allv droeivwl V rdw. II IticMnw d. Va , sajw he will I'xr in-wi-sion d 4K tn-ernea at the le i. r t(, Bi.f Gn. IbPser -" t. ur through thi S.ihern Stat, and. will civi him n gr'.' ownn. Nrw V. Due 17. T!.i- HV.r.'tTs Wmiru-tn deeptteh Mc -in-ral oH-uihi-rs uf tt- Diaonue -latson- I 1 ' lumi f'-e r'r 8 wt n aa the place for ' Mis-,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 December 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREI-. PRESS. FRIDAY MOHNIlSre, DECEMBER 20, 1867. Miscellaneous. (Froaj Good Word! 1 Vtiiitlnc; in thr Dusk. Sitting alone ia the twilight time ,,Mu ! tow jilent theeM bouse seems Missing the voices thit only chime In wslirg fancies tr fleering, dream! ! t sit in mv mother's clJ arm chair. Bat where arc the o'hers? Ah where? ah where? Where is oor Willie, so grave and so :m? An J where la Harrj, so trne aod bolJ ? Where is Mabel, with laughing eves. Awl traces sprinkled with raollcn goM! On Willie's tctnbstone the moss is gray. And Harry is sleeping in Biscay Bay. Bat Mabel ? Mabel rav come again ; Her name is still in my daily prayer ; Yet when I stand where onr dead are lain, I'd rather that it were written there. Tier heard God call them and tbey obeyed ; L'ut Eaith called Maid and Maid strayed. Vet while Ccd spates it is n-t too late To turn away frcm the tempter's smile ; And so in the lonely house I ait. Because I expect her all the while ; If strarsers me...

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. — 27 December 1867

V Clerk rOL. XXV. NEW SERIES, VOL. XXIV. BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 27 I8G7, NUMBER TWENTY-SIX I The- lint 1'rc-iJenrv. It ii do secret that the friends of Judge Chase are working with eneigy and full determination to bring ab?ut his nomina tion for tbc next Presidency. And it is equally clear to many people that they are bound to be dssapp'iorcl "be Republican party at a whole arc well satisfied with Mr. ( hsse in bit present high position. They bave no d-'sira to me tbc Chief Justice of tne I nited States entering; tbc political lists n- a candidate for tbe preskleocy. Nor is ttie'c any strong belief in the masses of the party that success (which was never more of a " duty" than now) would be certain with Mr. Chaee as the standard bearer ol the party. The following article irom the lust number of Harpers' Weekly contains ' mf feasible suggestions on tbe subject : lu our political system an election lor the iToiuencv is a contest of opp ising politi- u vie its. ne coni...

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. — 27 December 1867

G. C. k B. I- BENEDICT, tonou ass raoFRixroES. FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 20. 1667 THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. Tut Eckxxsctos Wezxlt rust Psiss Is pub lished every Friday xscrniag, and Jam talcs the latest e ws reports of Bcrtia markets and Cam bridge Cattle Market ! fall State, County aad local nteUigince ; well selected Hiseellaar, 4c, it 'o care aad cutlay Trill bo spared to mate It a re liable. Interesting and valuable tunilv Journal. Tte circulatloa of the Pari mesa exceeds tha cl acr paper la the resioa, and It U, therefore, aa unrivalled medical for advertiicrs. We desire to give addiUccal attention to tie t caX nnrt of the varices tonus In Una aad adjolnrr Cosntlei, In which ear Weekly ha s acaterocs dr ctdatlra, and shall esteem It a favor If our friends will forward cl any Items of interest Tiers or texTCuext farr-PEESt per year $2 la advance, aad If act strictly la advance i2 50 Some person in North WiRieiOD writes to uf , under date of the 23rd, to order the Fkfx Pbess; but bote no...

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. — 27 December 1867

I London-, Dec. Tic Times of to day has an editorial on the Abvssinian war, which it fears will be protracted until nest year. It blames Sir William Napier the commander of the lirit- isn inrce, lor tbe delay which the expedition has encountered and eajs nothing of conse quence can uc done daring the present ton. New Yoke. Dec. 2Cth. A New Orleans letter s-ivs : The South is now passing through a terrible yet neces sary revolution, it is terrible as involving a general bankruptcy, the prostration ol lu tinets and univerral gloans ; yet necessary, as the means of adjustment of society on a oasis 01 souna political economy and ol just relations between man and man. The South has not yet touched bottom. Tiie factors have made advances on the strength of tbc prospective crops ; but for two or three yci especially the last the harvests have occn meagre and the merchant will get f-m.iii or no returns. ii uuairs go on as mey are tor VU cay Ii-ngrr tl.cre mom he many failures. Man m;i r.t- ...

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. — 27 December 1867

THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREK PRESS, FRIDAY TVIO T? NING-, DECEMBER 27. 1867. Miscellaneous. Ti c erp income, of the Atlantic Cablo is $50005 " ' -. .. : Ti1 ' Tbc Cfcevcnco Indiana bare only killed ' thrtc men nce tbr treaty, and t bat was sim ply to try tbelr new guns. Tbcy imitate." Napoleon in a email way. Tee EaetdqCake waa felt throughout Ver mont ind in New York and throughout Ca nada from Bellcrillc. C. W . JoSackTille, N. B. At Montpelier it was slight ;" at Auburn, N. V. distinct;" at Syracuse " conridcrable x" and at Ogdensburcb violent,'" and producing considerable consternation.'" A wood drawer who fells wood at ten dollars per cord, fays that dcrln- tbc vi brations catifcd' by Wednesday morning's earthquake, be thought if be lived till daylight be would put down the price of wood, bat when he rose in the morning and found the world all right, his good resolution "went back" on him and he put up the price again. It is a pity that he was not shaken a little harder. Ogdens bur...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 January 1868

Count CUrk l(llt1(ttf iff rtf ft J9 www VOL. XXV. NEW COERIES, VOL. XXIV. BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 3, 1868, NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEISI W 1 Johnson nud Hancock, 'resident's recent message to Congress P ol Gen. Hancock, was certainly one tt ti, SUSl euriiojug unto ccr rcui'iveu uj jy. In it Mr. Johnson calls on the . iUre to note tliat Gen Hancock hss r unced ' tbat be will make the law the ,b , I 1.10 conduct ; that he will uphold .,, i- i rtr , and that he will use his milita ,? ir only to pmcrve pcaco and enforce tnc law." Now Generals Sickles and . 1 3 ' I : : : i i Sicti iIkW, certainly, uuu wo uvucvc ui,nerais Sheridan and Pope, made the same an- doudoi went several months before Hancock jid. I ut the President didn't see fit to make theirorders the textfor a special mess age. But Mr. Johnson tells us that Gen. Hancock has " gone further, and in one com prehensive sentence asserted that the princi ple of American liberty are still the inheri tance of the people and ever...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 January 1868

c. c. & l. nnxEDirr. SUITORS AXIS, TEOIHIEIDRS. FRIDAY MOUXIXO, JAXTAUV 3, 18CS THE WDEKLT FREE 1'RE.SS i ytWisW mrrfWjf ""? "" Statk, Cfli -.tr am. Lorn- raaacaOWfr(i o OaafcaitiaarArrw " K-WTOS end Bl'RUSTOX Ul KAHKZT5, UEIEHAL 1EWS, -rH ffe" tivrVLKHT. !., i- " mrylkh,! trtnWIm""l',,H' FAJIIUT JumXAL,' atiyK.frlitlrffn,onili is tkerettt - vvnrf i wttinmtr aUtrtittrr. TERMS. tfnit. FtTtixrttiainj rtttra appUr at the ffec. I-Jmnattt vrn biIWh (""' '' al)itni tvmi, ; tofWnc Hr"iU tr thtn&Jkttv rrctiiri. Jub PaiSTtsa aB ls"i txemltd in Ur httt manner ansfe-n rMWMNr Isrms. Unppy Xavr Year. .As Wf quoted from an oM loet, concerning tkcoJKfervonc of ".MerrH' Clirirtiuan" ly our ftrefcthet in Knghitd, m do we, of New Year. An old author of 157", cited ly Brawl, thus MDgK of the cm-torn uf bin lime : "The nest to this is Xew Year's dy. Whereon to every fr'wivl They costly presents in do brinjr. And Xew V ear's gifts do seude There piflfl the htt'bnnd brings hi wife And Cither eke ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 January 1868

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 3 18G6. yim- tk-criisrutrnls. "ivrOKMAXIOX WANTED. TNFORMATI0N wanted of AmosC. Hall. "PI"- j til in the viciniv of Burlington, t.,by NEW BAKERY OY COLLEGIA STKEET. rilHE SuWilier tendering many thanks to tliociti .1 vieinitv. for tin- llher.,1 patronage heretofore reoeiv.sl, desires toinfonn them that he Las opened bis """ NEW HAKERY ON COLLEpESTREET ,f-w door. icat oi F RST NATIONAL DANK. where v hopes by diligent attention to tho wants or the , u .iic, to racnt a continuance of their confidence and "? '.i.i1 .V,V,.K!,wi11 " manufactured from tho K.ilEsr GRADE i IF STOCK, and warranted to b i eut. re satisfaction. S. HKAOII. ! uningtou, Jan. 2, 1-6-. dAwtf PKOSPEC'TLf. FOR 1SUS " O T ''the Aew York I.ejIcr." THE fiKKAT FAMILY" l'Al'KK. .1 Circuits! Writers Write for It. The reason that tl.a NEW YOKK LEDGER has tho are-; circulation is, that it is the i.ks.t iMi-rit. VWiv shoulO It not have the lnr.-..t e,n..,l.,.i. Jinn iti...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 January 1868

MISCELAXEOl. Toujours Amour. D L. C. iTEDMAS. I'ntbce tell me, Dimple-Chin. At what age docs loTe begin ! Yonr bloc ejes have tcarcely Summers three, my fairT queen But a miracle of t weds, 8 fr approaches, sly retreats. ,'bow the little archer there, FiilJen in jour pretty hair ; tt hen didst learn a heart to win; l'r thee tell me. Dimple CbiiO- Oh '"' the rcsy lips "plf, I can't tell you if I try! T f h og I can't remember, Ask t jme younger Miss than 1 . Tt 1. 0 tell me, Grizzled-Face, U jour heart and head keep pate T When 1m hoary Love expjre! tthen 3 frosts put out the fire T C aD its cmbeie burn below that chill December snow ? ( i-e j i: ('ill soft hands to press I -ny leads to smooth and bless' V hen d ies Lore piie up the cbate ' c i tell me, Gntzly lace : Vh ' ' the wite old lips reply, - utb may pass and strength may die; E uf Loe I can't foretoken ; Ask tome older Sage than I.' .', i.lic Monthly. SCRAPS. w vould ou ucuTire jonr lover's "a- ti C.T V i are tok-kc ir like ...

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. — 10 January 1868

NEW SERIES, VOL. XXIV BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10, 18G8. NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT. Misrdtanrous. Daisies in Heaven. Out in tl.c meadow, close liy the lane, fvu ng her hands in a daiy-clwin, .m little Jessie kissed mother's face, "t-n stly asking w'th childish grace, M-tmma, are there daisies in heaven !" ' rijiy, hut sadly, the mother smiled, lenderly pressed to her heart her child, Thinking of two of her darlings dead, H wcra in the Garden above, ami Mid : os, love, there are daisies in heaven !" t-irmjr blooniol agvin, and t!ic dairies smiled 1 her the grate of the gentle child. I Iter the daKes the mother wept. Under the daisies sneet Jessie slept, To ke as a daisy in Heaven. A Young PcspernUo. UV T. li. AL0RIC1I. When Johnny is all snugly enrlei! up in bed, with his rosy cheek resting on one of his scratched ami griinv little bonds, fiinniti altogether, a jt-rfect picture of jioace and in- no-ence, it fs-ems bard to realize vvlint a busy restive, pugnacious, badly ing...

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 January 1868

u. i nnNKiiirT. .E1UT0KS :;u IKIintlETOKS. . FRIDAY M'MtNI.Vti, JANUARY I", ISC. T1IK WEBKIA KKI'.K l'l!E SfAlK, Col'str 1M LuCAL IWIUKUIT'JW' AlVCKIIWKrATIIJEMAEfcET W HosWO ini llUKUMJIO-V CKSOUL : JK3S Kit A L NEWS, ,rrU itttrtri mClM.v -. ., rrrrjtUng ratculutrJ Iq mdtr it a a nslualilr FAMILY .It l aK.tl., TAf nmMwx '' Pan ticteiis tkmt Di. y wr n M rtji. f i tturevt a mr&mmftr ittrrrlistr,. TBK.MS rnMmll AliVavTC. SYajffe rofirnfirt To our Mib-cribe-. Prompt laymen t of all euois due to tlx Frwe J'resi ofice, will greatly oblige the pub lisfcere. The amount in each case may l sali, but the aggregate amount in quite large; and we need the money. The fomiiis Campaign. Tfc content will out turn upon what the Ke pnMicAli party did iu llkii ur M but what tt intends to do in lW.i. The question in not whether that party was right ur wrung in fight- lug to we the Union wbeu threatened lw rehd- Uoti. -i. 1 . Jtmes. The real Republican platform for ISftt will lie Uttat, t h. Urant, ...

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 January 1868

New York, Jan. S AdiMpri fight for Sinn a riA c .Mike , in New deifcy ;i-".' a- .! S ' l.dter ft ,m Kie muili-l Ienfm.- n ruraur the inn .nil .if Gen. SClHrtMUUnu UK nil- t ..fl? Trllil- 1 r .11111111 ill "1 villi . r-.. - (.IIIvAUvi, unii. .. The greater portion of the i. 31. U. A- l.lin, erected last year i a m .i ( u,- i in ruins. Tlie entire Iobr is estimated . s.100.000. Tuc Ijoililiug wan mmi-eil for .1 iKMt. Origin of the fir vmkiiimn. . : illowingls tilted Hnrannli, 7th : . ,s tlwcks of an airtltqtmk-- w.-re felt - 1 1uia8 Dec. 30th. . . . . ;-t-" .. il.iiiy, to currj- into ellii t the train- I-!and. The merchant!, seoiu t lie . ...) i. ltl, tl... .nr K..li im . n c i. nie of tlie pl'i ol American :. nl!-laws. (, .1.1 mil at 137 1-1, now 130 7-). ..... i I . T I .l .1 .... ,.n MltmillV 1 1 1 fT ,1 1 I M , rLiiiii iut ufuce. , ro .-.it- all hw f..rmer pUoes in February. - 1' 11. W. SXITU'H AMtBII'N tlBOAX. r'.e Mi-vri. Smitli are tlta oHest reeJ instru" .inuticturrni in mon. ...

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. — 10 January 1868

(Qilcls & 6iuls. SCRAPS. Tlie i-lritlH religion writ-iialiiii. Kr. An M raw newrrt. What cnii't Ikjcii dutvl must lie enrientuml. A trial triii a trip, witli t Saratif.i trunks, four liiil-lfcxes and a woman. Iswell Courier. Thi nt vet Wlien is rlnirity like a top? When it liegir.s :: to 1mm." How iuv a mm 1 hi'"" from a fatigued dg? One wear a shirt, tlte otiier tuiiti". Paris lioi-s that matrimony anJ mcWy will cot lie incom-ratti-Ue. NEWS ITEMS. A Itsltiinorwm cclehmtPil CltrwlmaH ' liy .eating hi wife to death with a bootjacki There i a counterfeit of the 1(1 billaof the Crotmi (X. V.)Xatioruil JUiik. (Jilt lohHters in the lrnir arc oinnidered a heat thing in l'srii.. Mutton ean In- jmreliafled in the New York mnrkrtts now for frm fiao ai t-titn per jpjun3 hy the Binaw. liall. lilack &. Co., tin- great jeweller of New York, luntTa etock of diamonds alued at $r-00,000. A Nrrada miner hail his leg .aught under n Iicsavy rock, and was raten by a jinntlier while fn that tmei...

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