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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 March 1866

VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1G, I860. Poetry From the Evening Post. At the Spring. I knew a cumbrous hill, From whose green breast did daintily distill A throbbing rill. This is the artery, And farther cn the crystal hrart must le, Thought said to me. All other I forsook. To follow every twist ind curious crook Of this wild brook. Amonc decn mnw set I found thegliraracring fount that did beget iuc nvuiei. No other eye had known Its secret, nor car heard, for it made moan Always alone. I quaffed its water clear ; Its limpid music bubbled to mine ear With voice sincere. Then such a silence fell Upon me, mantling me as where a spell Is wont to dwell. Yet fled I from the place At a rude rustling : and fear gave me chase In my disgrace "Twas a slim waer-snake Slipt like on arrow through the sheering brake And left no wake. Bat cleft the pUcid spring, And WfcTcd its flaming sword, its forked sting, iu a cuarmcu ring. So was the fountain spoiled ; W...

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. — 16 March 1866

i r fo $ttt press. GEO. W. Jt O. C. BE.NLDICT. BMT0ES ASD rtOPBIBrcBl. FRIDA V MOBKINC MARCH IC.ISfG. THE WEEKLT FREE PRESS. Tbb Ecbubctcs niLT FBta Pr-issii publish ed every Friday moralnj. ana cottalie tha lates ' news ; rejiorts of Beiton Jlsraetsanl Cambridge Cattle Jlarxtt i fall SUte.Couctj and local lateB fence well selected JlireelUnr, ic, c No-:are and outliy will be spared to male It a reliaf e, in tereitlne; and rateable family Journal. The circulation of the Fbbb Parts exceeds that of any J aprr in this region, and it ! therefore, an nnrirall'd medium for advertisers. We desire to give additional attention to the fecal nen- of the various towns 'a th!i andatljolnlng Conntles. In which our WeeWy Las a numerc-ns cir culation, and shall esteee a rarer if cor friends will forward us any Kenii f interest. Tamil or TB WrraLV Fb Priss-ptr year Jt IB advance, andifnctitrlctlyln advance,! 2J. It is nothing new lor most of tie Cana dian pap! to be abusing our Government and j-copl...

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. — 16 March 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1G 180G. Vermont Item'. One of tl:c St. Jobnstury oil cxinranies Las ftruck oil in the Canada oil region, at a depth of 322 feet. The bogs at Bradford arc dyirg with fear ful rapidity Irom eeine unknown and mys terious disease. One mm hes bet eeven tccn. and the diso riroves fatal in almost every cafe. Tbc house of I.utl.cr Page ol Derby was destroved bv Cre las t wceV. The rc origin' atcd frr.ru emoting bam in n barrel. Ker. Henry Jiartyn trcst, late rector ol St. Stephen's church, -Middlebury, and chap lain of tbc ScTcnth Regiment, died at Tbct ford, last week, aged 30 jcars. Lieut Sylvester Burlingame, of Brattle. lioio, late of tbc 9th Regiment, recently was shackling care at the depot, when bis right arm was caught, and tbc bonce so severely fractured that amputation above the elbow became necessary. Tbc citizens of Woodjtock are talking up the railroad from White Kivcr Junction to Rutland, and have apiointad a committee to r...

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. — 16 March 1866

THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PEESS FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 16, 1866. Religious Intelligence. Tbe quarterly session of the Episcopal Convocation of Vermont, took place in Rut land last week, commencing; V&etdtj even ing. Eighteen ot tic clcrpy wire present, including Bishop Randall, tlic lately chosen Bishop of Colorado, nnd l!i-bop lK-pkins. Sermons were preached by Her. Sir. Pitman of Northfield, Rev. D. II. Until ol Bnrlinjr ton, and E.. Mr. I'LiHitn of Bcnmngvn, and cn rxegms read bv Kcv. Air. Smi-n of 6t. Alianr, On Uti'ncniay morning, IiitliopHoriins celebrated ihe Holy Communion- nd m tl: evening, a miffionary sirvicc -"a held, vii: adJrctess by Bisboi Kan'H and Ho; kin An important resolution, moved by the Kcv, Jlr. Burl, was adopted, authoriiing tbe ap pointmcnt of an itinerant roitbionary iu di- titnte towns in Northern Vermont, at an ample salary. He Unald eajo in its notice of the Convention " An uncommon degree of interest id Ver mont missions characterized all the di'cuss...

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. — 23 March 1866

jfxtt tjmkM' VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 23 Jt C6 NUMBER THIRTY NINE poetry VOll VOU, I AM PltAYING. r i,.vc a Saviour he's pleading in glory. precious, though earthly enjoymenti b few, And cow he is watching in tendernett o'er me; fiat oh! that my baviour were your Saviour too! For you 1 am praying, i am praying for yon. I bare a Father, to me he has given A hope of eternity, precious and true. And soon will my spirit be with him in heaven, Bat oh I that he'd let me bring you with me too. For you I ara praying, I am praying for you. I hiTe a harp in those regions all glorious. Away, far awav. in that ocean of blue. And there shall it breathe out its music melodi ous: Bat oh ! could I know one wai tuning for you ! For you 1 am praying, lam praying lor you. I haTe a crown and I'll wear it forever. Encircled with ieweli of heavenly hue. T was rurchased by Jesus, my glorified Saviour, Bat oh ! could I know one was purchased for yon ! For you I ...

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 March 1866

c THE BURLINGTON, VT. 3TJREE PEESS FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 23, 186G. GEO. IV. fc C. C. BENEDICT, editors ako raorRiirous. , FRIDAT MOBNIKO MAP.CI1 23.18CC. aTUG WEEKIiT" FREE PRESS. The EyaLinsTOX Witn-T Tee Parssli publUb 4 every Friday mornias. and eontalrs tha latest ewt rporti of Boiton Marlets and CanibridEe Cattle Market full State.Cosntr and local Intelli gence well selected JlUcellany, it , e. No care and outlay will 1 spared to make It a iel'a!e, la teresllnj; and valuable family JournaL The escalation of the Free fEZiS 'XCCMiena. ttZuX We desire to It8 additional attention to tLo teeal urn of the varimj towni In inn anaaojoinics Counties. In hich enr Weekly has a numerrui cir culation, and shall esteem Ita favor If cor friends will f-rwerd ni any Items cf Interett. Taaws or in Wiklt Kara Vrti s-pr year i la adracee. andirnfttr!ctlylndvar.ee,jia. llntcrs of Light . The- Siuthcm masse appear to be fullv tiosscfscd with the idea, that nothing was settled by the war except the r...

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 March 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, jSIARCH 93 I860. . m. i.:-r r,t. tlie " asiiington, jiarcn 11. -i it was rumoreu that be had been disposed ot iumiuuuu ass..-..t m, Knocr Isiaxd. Tbc chief feature of tuc i for every one. Rhode Island Kepublican State Convention, , T,. mir States. The world Ii is Inundated now with medicines of .:. . I Despatches from BrcTrnsrillc Texas, of I every description which are warranted euref for nomination by acclamation of Major General Oat cf 850 applications tb'c President jes- ho Wth say that the Imperialists in Hex- ery known and unknown species of disease, that humanity, send free to all who need It, n.,:.i.. r. fih. State, one ol ""J appointed ten iei roini raUC. ' "", " . . . . . r " . " . -r. """" wwivMu i Srw(wi- .:!. i. i ..T-rir. thA l mub.ui sierra, -II. ill TP, i iwT nnmWT nuuu l ociween zooa ana nit. Honieorineie wonaeriui --w.uull miu 11 1C Jan nuMwvuup ...w j -- - "1 ' I afgiCII W CUTS CTCITCQQPIUQI IHQWD HI U Ihe intention 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. — 23 March 1866

THE BURLINGTON, "VT. FREE PRESS FBI-PAY MORNING. MARCH 23, 1866. j - - " , . i Tns Railroad FRiicnT IIoddzbs. Tbe Vermont correspondent of the Boston Jour nal, gives the following account of the re- I cent arrest of railroad thieves on the t. Central : - - The first arrests raad'were a lot -of men in ' the shops at White RiveT Junction men as I .understand whose only business with the trains 'wai to, ej amine the cars on arriTal there, to fee that tbey were all sound and in good running condition, Not much eoul J be clearly sstablish . ed against these men and they were therefore rather easily dealt by, being permitted to rnn 'at Urge on their own resogainncc. Before the . day set for their examination came, however, they disappeared and hare not been heard from since, lr mere was any question as to iuc.r guilt at the first, this last act of theirs wou! 1 set in to settle it conclusively, anl they did at good service to the company by running. The second -rein opened proved to be a-...

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. — 30 March 1866

"fui ill II I II 1 1 ill 11 mii r in r'.k V'tr 0(Tl vrT. VKXIV. NEWSERTES VOL.XIT. " Jjuxvuiiivjivn, v j.,, j.- injja x ivj.wiij.iNVT, lM A JLtJ Jrl iiO I8G6 I'octry Crey and Hint. BT CUA3. a. LELA3D. Tbe oaly difference in your w zr," I heard a Briton say, " Is that cne side is dm-t- in blue, The other dad in grey." I went into a rederal camp; I beard the soldiera cry, " Hurrah, here come the newspapers," And taw them rush to buy. I went along ths Valley road. And met upon my way Ten of Lee's s'raggling Infantry, AH clad in rebel gray. One held a proclamation out. And as I stopid my Meed, Said : Tell us what this paper sys. For none of vt can read. And I replied : ' If you could read. And find out what is true. Instead of wearing Davis grey, You'd wcr tic Lincoln blue." Grey is the color of tbe dast In which the serpent crawli; And blue the hue of heaven which loots Iown on earth's prison walla. At last, on Kitty's expressing a wish for I haw, consenucntlv ho wa n dl mnle. some wil...

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. — 30 March 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1866. 1 : li CEO. W. fc G, C. BENEDICT, XDITOBS AXD rBOrRIETOSS. FRIDAY MOBNINO MARCH S0.18CG. THE WEEKLY FREE PRESS. Tni BcaunOT05 Wnur Feik Pruss Is jrap Tished every Frldt7 mornln-, and contains the I... Mawa. mm.1. f TImImi tnt.V.ta anif Tim. briCse Cattle Market; full Stale, County and local intelligence ; well (elected Miscellany. Jc, ic No care and ontUr will be Ftured to male it a re liable, interesting and valuable family journaL The circulation of the Fare mess exceed, that ofanv paper in the region, and it Is, therefore, an , cnrivallcd medium for ad rertisers. 1 We desire to give additional attention to the - I cif ii'irtbf the varicos towns in this and adjoining j Counties, in hieh oor Weekly has a numerous elr . dilation, and shall esteem it a favor If onr friend , will forward us any itcmt of Interest. Tasks orvea Wnitr Fa Pans per year $1 in advance, and if not strictly in d-anc, $2.50. Honor lo Vt. Soldier. Ge...

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. — 30 March 1866

THE FREE PRESS BUBLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAEOH 30 1866. Tiews Items. At an auction role at a convent near i an., cicbt hundred of hair shorn from tM " of young Rirls who have t.tcn tho eil ncc 1810, brought $6000. ItFceinsthc Pmidtntdid not tfPj that Mr. Monroe, the Kebd recently elected Major of New Orleans coM not take office. He is to be inaugurated. A married woman named Manala Garvin was found fitter, u. death Sunday morning bv the r.d iii Tai-nton, Mats. Itum did it. The Ust par invention is jaiier Sockt, raadeoJlFr and muslin combined. The in Teuton, wj that tln-y will last as long as an ordinary ir would keep clean, and their oct will not equal the price of Wftt-hh;:. A warm-bltoded maiden at Seymour, Ind., who;e aflcction for a young man watn't reci procated, fed him "love powder" and nearly poisjned him to death. Now the cruel fel low fuea the maiden for damages. Proloi-ur Edward Hitchcock has secured from a gentleman of Springfield a large and valuable collection 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. — 30 March 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, MABOH 30, 1866. . Religious Intelligence. The Chronic etatcs that the next meeting of the General Congregational Contention of Vermont, appointed at Windsor, -will be held At 'ewbury ; the churches of Windsor ' and 'Kewbury baring entered into an ar rangement to this effect. - Ir. James Laird, a recent graduate of' .aAadoterwns ordained rastorof the Congre- "gational Church in Guildhall. Vt. on the 'yStb Inst, The church has had no fettled pas tor for 20 jean. . Hot. Geo. II. White has commenced his labor a 1'anor ol the cbureli at Wratlicrs--.Cel'd JJjw. k .Jljj lit dilation of the Kaitiet mettinj home ntlaitou Kiver, touk tJaee nil Friday .- of latt wm.1c, with np-inpnate scmees. Tm:r much religious interest among VJtLe sludi lit?, in l'srltnoutli Cli-gc, .several "of vrhoiii hate alriady Letu hopefully con- verted. A muting of iiomiixiit fniu relist? , iclcrcjuicn and laviucn, was beW in New York mi TLurtdny cttniuj- fur tl c prrc 6f...

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. — 6 April 1866

4 MORNING-, I8GG NUMBER FORTY-ONE I I HW Ml 1 1 II I II I I . - .. " VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON. VT FRIDAY poclry. ' pie Snrgcoii'ii Itcvcngc. I i, u j her, and the "knew it well ; -he'd made a cheerful diagnosis, - i . i ii- i l gate JDe, uhb imugut, oemc, jlcr smile in wry little dcees. I s.-nt her notes and tender rhymes. With bottles of her father's Urole ; u.l I had toW her un; times I lovt-1 her so the case wai obronrc. She scorned me. I need hardly say That eft in anguish I would leave her ; Mi love wculd ebb and Sow each day, A sort of intermittent lever. 1 ii fed all remedies I knew Took stimulants, and then tried ice ; But no refrigerants would do, The cage was one eternal crisis. I had a rival, woe it me. The feet I most, perforce, acknowledge A Iloraosopatfcist was he A wretch who ncrei passed the College, And though I often ci!Il him quick. He used to my how truth I taught him ; Hut laughed at nie behind my back, W ith her, I know it, for 1 caught turn....

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 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON YT., FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL G 186G. gltt Jjm ffress. CEO. W.Jt C. CHEN EDICT, EDITORS AH0 rBOrBISTGBS. FRIDAY MORNING AFRIL2. 18CC. IDE WEEKLT FREE PRESS. Tax Eceujoios Wimlt Feie Tans Is pup lithed every Friday morning, an4 contains the latest newt; reports of Boston markets andCam hridEe Cattle Market-, fall State, County nd local Intellleence 5 well releetod Miscellany. 4e No care and ontlay will to spare ! to male It a re liable. Interesting and valuable fcmlly Journal. Tlic rfrcul.tlcn or the Fr raws cxeeedB that of anv pajier ia the resiou, and it Is, thtrerore. an mrivillrJ m-llctn for advertiser!. We desire to Rive additional attention to the It- cat .. of the varices towns in this and. adjoining Counties, la hich our Weekly haj a numerous cir culation, and shall esteem It a favor If our friend will forward us any items of Interest. Tr.i!:( or the Weik.lt FrkPbrss per jear $2 In sdvance, and If cot strictly in advance, t?-SO. The l'residcnt',1 Procla...

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 April 1866

THE BURLINGTON, YT, PEEE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 6, 18GG. Voun Cockt Before liceordcr Read, yesterday, Wm. II. Watson, for intoxication wis fint-d $5 and cost", ami Mary Undrj, for va Tsn:v. was sentenced to 60 lu the county jail. Axmtal JIwtiwj or m U--v Sfn00L Distiict Union School district. A., hehl its annual mcctin; la.t evening, with a moderate attends'-- J VT- Hietol: rire sideu in the : tJ" moderator, ami the folI..i? wcre eie-led : Utratm3. W. Hickok. i'V-A J R Iliokok. r. "-s-M-1'0 Auditors L. M. linear, JT Parker, The Prudential Committee of tho district, consisting of the Chairmen of tlie various districts eompmins the Union district, is as follows : Ji. II. liookhasa. S. M. l'spe, L. 0. Bujdow, S. 1 1 rw tint-ton. Committeeman from No. 2. This is an exeelknt committee, and tbo district may feel confident that they will do tlieir duty efficiently and wisely. A tax of 12 cent on the dollsvr was voted. The following resolution wai introduced by G. G.ilenediet : lletolc...

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 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL- G 18GG. Religious Intelligence. An interesting revival is in progress in the Prcsbjtcriau society in Champlain, N. Y. Bisbop Ilopktcs. of Vermont, confirmed a ' large cUes ol candidates of the Congregation i of SL Jolin'd CUnrcb, in Washington, last i Sunday orceins March 2d. j Rev. Moses Marston has resigned the j charge of the Universalist Society at Wood- j stock, in order to accept a call to Potsdam, n y. About thirty conversions among the stu dents if Yale College are reported. At 0 weg.i, New York, one hundred lap tiMiis in thr Baptist Church are rcjiurted, and at Franklin. X. Y, there hate licon over one hundred conversion!. Congressional Leadership. There is much jutt appreciation of char acter, and or the situation in (Aingrei", in the lolliwing article from Harper's Weekly: Aaunj: the livin; ttatretntn of this co-in-try there i none who commands prufoundiT popular cnfiJ nee tlian William Pitt Fes tttidcn. Senator Irom M...

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. — 13 April 1866

County Clerk JU Jr Jr VOL. XXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. XII. BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 13 I8GG NUMBER FORTY-TWO voctvy uvn youm'Hst. tl JOHS C. WIUTT1EB. As one who held herself a part i)f all she caw, and let br heart Against the household bosom lean. Upon tbc motley Drauieu mat Oar youngest an J dearest tit. Lifting her large, sweet, asking ejes. Now batbed within the fadeless green Ana holy peace cf Paradise. O, looking lrom some heavenly hill. Or from some shade of faintly palm. Or silver reach of river calms. Do those large eyes beboIJ me sliU ? With me one little ye-r ago; The chill weight of the sitter now For mouths upon her grave hie lain ; And now, when rummer south winds blow, And brier and bare-bell bloom again. 1 tread tbc pleasant palls we trod, I Me tbe vioht-sjirinklcd sod Whereon the lcane 1. loo trail and weak. The hillside flowers she loved, to seek, Yet following me where'er I went With dark eyes full of love's content The birds are gliu ; tbe brier-rose fil...

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 April 1866

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 13, 186G. action. charge that, unlets some State can have, and exercise the right to punish somcbidy, or to deny trtuebody a civil right on account of hi color, thit ita rights, as a State, will be destroyed ! It is manifest that, until this bill can be passed, nothing can be done to protect the frredmen in their liberty and their right. Whatever may have been the opinion of the President at one time as to good faith requiring the security of the lreedutcn in their liberty and property. It is now manifest, from the character of his ob jections to this bill, that he will approve no measure that will accomplish the object. That the second clause of the constitu tional amendment gives this power, there can be no question. Sjme have con cluded that it gives the power even to cuifcr the right of suffrage. I have nut thought so because I have notr iiiouglit suffrage any more necessary to tl.e liberty of a frccdman than of a non ruling w...

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 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL. 13 186G. Jlcross. In jail tlie man .11 mul iam.il uv in Iront T. - :.u,: tnolcetou. ii iuiuumu . . room, not crv It;;lit. His whiskers loo"" ss if tlicv had Ixcn recently shaved ou, can't snv how recently; his bend grown some; couldn't ray ir tl.c whiskers i.ad Wen shaved off two or '"."r.;,. The Court here took a ww " - 0 clock I'. M. vrrnssoos. John Redmonp JW Ia1. sunnier at the Pour r.irn. in illis on; the edncs d it it, ii ' ta( wnnler I met a man iuoulrW'- Mr. Potter on the road; I i, i , (.,,inIt' of minutes conversation 1 ii- 1 rri rt.. .1 V- IT- 1o ,Uitll 1IU1. il imiffauuiuit iuiiui o, T . n,-tetl liitu to 1'onera; tue man worn I ' irk (' Kit, n rouuuaboiit fiat aud black il,i-kr; couldn't hay that he hail a ....usUche; thinks tin- prisoner Vard was r, .s- rumi.tvd The man had whiskers i .n hi chin; dm not have a moustache; vat rutin r tall and slim; he hud a black l..it ; hi - t out waj. dark-colored, though it might 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. — 13 April 1866

THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, APEIL IS 186G. Jnsurnncc. Aetna Insurance Company OK HARTFOKD. Capital nnd Surplus. $J,U0O.O0O. S. A P. S. WIHES, AgeDts. Hume Insurance Company OK NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus, ' S 1,720,000. S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents. ThelttsCoof rVorlh America OF PHILADELPHIA. (Incorporated Oldest Company In tbe United States.) Cnpltal and Surplu-, SI,KO0.O00. Perpetual Ins. granted cn Erst-class buildings. S. A R. S. WIRES, AgenU. International In. Company OF NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000, S. A R. 8. WIRES, Agents. rTlctropolilau Insurance Co. OF -NEW YORK Capital and Surplus, SI,GI 1.148 This Co. returns I net profits to policy holders. S.1K.S. WIRKS.Agonts. rVorth Western InsnraiiceCo OF OSWEGO. X Y. Capital and Surplus, $250,01)0 Incorporated in S. R. S. WIRES. A genU Pluunix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, COXX. Capital and Surplus, $I,00G,?90. S. i R. S. WIRES, Agent!. iYarrafaiisctt V.&. .It. Ens. Co. OF PROVIDEXCE.R, 1. Capita...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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