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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 January 1868

VOL. XXXV. NEW SERIES, VOL. XXIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FEIDAYJIORNING, JANUARY 17, 18G8. NUMBER TENTY-NINE. 3t1isrfIlanfous. 'Die Farmer I'ceilctli All. y 1 riilo through Iris palace gate, v ... -Beeps along in state, T . Milks long on many A tiling, , uden imiKs on marrying; , , - el harpeth merrily, ', ' plows the fuamin" tea, -nan kills the good red deer, lier wars without e'en fer ; 1 1 tn cadi wliatc'er liefhll, i r he must feed them alL . hi ' i. .Tenth cherry-red the sword. ,-i jih ickcth pure the Holy Wurd, , , I ic wuiketh 'broidery well, i r. Urn inl tales of love can tell, 7 , i iii- ife "ell" lier foaming beer, J hi ti-lu r hsheth in the mere, i, 1 . in t ei s ruffle, strut, anil shine. Win'' pi.' - 1'ring the Gascon wine; H ii f el t i each wliatc'er liefall, T . unner he must feed them all. M m i.uud- his castles fnir and high, In i oi r mtr runneth by, di-Mt cities rise in every land, liiiMt churches show the builder!- hand, iiieiit anlies, monuments, and towers, i hi pal...

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. — 17 January 1868

Prepuce cf mind is a pool thing in a railrcad disaster. But there iseoniethiiig better ab sence of lwdy. Gkx. Meauk ha? only to Veep on as Lelias lie gun, in Georgia, to take his place with Gencinis Sheridan, Sickle and Pope, in the rcpcct of loy al men and in the hatred and denunckticn of re!el and democrats. Apropos of the last earthquake in St. Thomas the ICorW suggests tliat while Mr. Seward is hesitating about living the peoples millions for that piece of property, St. Thomas propose to 'shake' for it. Gold, one year ago. atlhecnd of ranged from 1!B 1-2 to W. Odd scd the year 1S07 at 128 5-8. So miich for one year. Will Jan., 1SS9. find the gold market r 133 o-S, ami hew many of u v ill it find who need goM at all ? important question-', and about equally solvable by buan foresight. There i no more touching pa.-.-); in all Dick ens' writings tlian that iulbe "Christmas Carol" in which Dickens describes Tiny Tim's going to church and las pleasure in licing there, l-ecuK those nb...

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. — 17 January 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 17, 1868. AsoTnnt f"T,iff",n";n imMt. for nil uiv has nen its aid and encourage Wi?C. m'iructioi. of one M in Through racnt 10 Hie wmimciw - Unci li"' .. w . ...nous t- . In irmnPCl UIC j.n ". ,.i:wl srslem 10 OOUms-i " an 1 wbUli ill f the Gran. Trunk Iute to the far We-t, upon hich the might trans continental traffic will concentrate The Central Pacific IWlroad lompinv wl.o , can-ring it fonvanl with greater energy and ,HT-iW.ce than , ever .shown u. any ( Millar ,rk. in ancient or iw.lern times will ImiH, .p. own. ami contn use w"- .,-. iigh Line, t)w hot prwliieth, favored, and , , K .Me jKirtn.n ot the wiuuc. aim . j"-. . -,?irleil as pos-e.-inp the richest fmnchUc , i granted on this centiueut In ,u t of C'oiigi-etis confers upon the Curpora . K-s-ide the right of way aorot-s the Terri , . i gift of 1,800 ;K-res of the public lands . contigu me tu tlii line, and an appro . fruni the XaUunJCrulit of silly liiiHiniiB nit ...

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. — 17 January 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 18G8 Odds. & Gnds. SCRAPS. i nnkee chew totnccn, the Iliinl'ioh lime, nnd the l'Htiigoirhrs'grtnno ' . scamrcililc motto Tor cUectiri f',If 'twere dun wli?n 'ti(lun, then -'twere well ' fax vm- Cnliali artimislied when David hit Mm with a rtone? Itcraoee eueli a thins lienor entered hi? head liefore. A eharitvseliolar under etaminatinn in the l'mliHi, Win? acted, " What in the -ilenco.that xvtilketh in darkiHw? rej.lwi, " Hoi-, fir, lied-bugc. The nt tender hearted limn we eter lienrd of ivnfi a shoemaker, who always shut lit ev and whirled when lie rau life aw 1 into a Miie. Flw dav for tlie rare," mid a -wag to a storting friend, one luight iiiorriiii;. " What raee?" aiL"oud.v inquirtsl tlie friend. " Wlir, the human race, to lie sure." YuiV 1-iidv, " Sh, realljr, -Mr. Sphirpe, I cant think riow you manage to paint, with aocii tate." Mr."S. " Siinily by holding hit white in my hand, la-ware you." Judy. There in danger...

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. — 24 January 1868

County Clerk VOL. XXXV. AlHW SILKIES, VOL. XXIV. BUELIXGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2-J-, 18G8. NUMBER THIRTY. IHiscrltonii. I'aimly Music. Beside the window I sit alone, And I watch as the stars come out, 1 catch the sweetness of Lucy's tone. And the mirth of the chorus' shout : ! -;en ami look on the solemn night, ' -1st they stand singing beneath the light. Lucy looks just like an early rose (Sumebody else is thinking so), nd cv cry day more fair she grows (Somebody will not say mo no), nJ she sings like a bird whose heart is blesa'd ( Ynd S .loeloly thinks of building a nest '.) Anl now she chooses another tune, ( (no that was often sung by mi I An not think that these nights in June Are half so fine as they used to be, Or 'tis colder watching the solemn night, Than standing singing beneath the light. Luc , ou sing like a silver bell, 1 our face is fresh as a mourning flower Why should you think of the sobs which sw ell hen leaves fall fast in the Autumn liower? Kather gat...

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. — 24 January 1868

C. G. 4. n. I- HBXEIMCT. editors and proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2J. 1803. T1IK WEEKM" FREE PRESS poUUkrd txrry Friday morning ; contains frit. J SrAre, Ouc.xiv ad Local vnaxxtn 0 CAXCRUKJECATTLEXAnKCT Bcrlhotox glmui jiabkei.; gsnmul smf, urU miscellav, i'.. i- "'J Mta.taJ.-d U rrni,r xtaa Fak'"- JocmxAL, vfnmfr miirrthm. TERMS. Ti " yrI:f AvNCK. '' tfumfitt etnti. V oiirrmn i ogpi? 1 f Inftmtin wfn malli r e ifrei in ' a4Jinin ilemj teed H " le tlnmiflly recenri. Joe Psixmc oH Ifwb (seated in Ike kett rurnntr mnd on reasvnsihlt terms. The Vice Presidency. It is noticeable tlt the joint of cliicf dis-cur-sion in reference to tlic Republican Na tional nomination'' is the Vice presidency. TIw nomination of (Jen. Grant Iieing about universally conceded, the ehief and almost only question w a-s to wlio shall lie placed 011 the ticket with liim. And thus far almost eve ry Xorthem State appears to havea candidate. Maine talk? some about Mr. Hamlin, who baring had the office once...

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. — 24 January 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 524, 1868. "WAsnLVGTO.v, Jan. 21. Chief Justice. Clixsc announced todar in Supreme Court taop.mon m the 51 Cum XthTm the dSckct, fading w if Ik-entered to be heard on the 1st Mon day of March. This gives prat fatisfactton to the Keruhliinns llC. as h is thoa."bt many tliat heforo the time N't for hearing all tbe Southern States will leave their repreccn tatut in Congress, thus destroying the effect ,,f any decision that might be made by the Supreme Court, deeidingtliattlieHeeonstruc tinn Acts arc unconstitutional. Kiotmoxd, Va., Jan. 20. In t!ie f-onvention to-day, among the resolj ntia I'Dered tvas one for disfranchin Ci ,"ulicn of tVmgresx and all Stale and city ,.r- from tlie (Joveninr down to the police- New Yoek, Jan. i despatelics etatc that the publica . ilie vote of St. Thomas was unofllcia .ithorities refused to givo details on . mi t. The Danish Counsel at New 1 1 telegraphed to the captain of the run. Dagmar that Se...

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. — 24 January 1868

BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 34, 18G8 THE Odds it- dhuis. SCRAPS. An lralr nppaicnt one that Jim k fltwt inn in wur noun. There a chance fur a new niEce in A!a.-Va keejier of tin fa. The ray that ahviiy- 'ht woman" tletirn'r rai-ment. .It .lunijK-r think!- the mi-leni ife-ait de cidedly leg-itimate. TVliv h a gftw- like a ww tail?" "tVy Nith grow down." " h can rie-niker exceed l'miiiy KlWer in agility V " r-H-aow he run wij e his none with his tuw." An invalid dihtur'ud all tht- inmates of his lar.np h weently l.v 'g rtOp. WTien asked why lie did it, he aaid he had tf-ru ordered by his jihypieian to take jinrt-wine and hark." An lirrb l.,v in New 15e.lftrd. in eivinc an aeroont ti hia brotlier of tlie rden of Rden, mid : " The Ijrd made a gardener and put him in the garden to take care of it and to fee that nobody hurt i-nythin. or fatted At Mb on the trees." X Wrw landladv re.iuc.-ted a Chrntnme ,m,tr on the third tloor to ceaw dancing as a wn heh.w them wa...

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. — 31 January 1868

VOL. NEW SERIES, VOL. XXIV BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 18G8. NUMBER THIRTY-ONE. Ulisrrltonn. Who Killed Tom Honor ! Who killed Tom Koir ? N'ot I, said new Ciller, I couldn't kill a spider, I didn't kill Tom Roper. Not I, said strong Ale, make men tough and hale, I did n't kill Tom Roper. N.'t I, said Lager Beer, 1 don't intoxicate. P'yc hear (cro) I did n't kill Tom Koper. Jo I, said Bourbon Whiskey, 1 make siek folks spry and frisky. The doctors say so ; don't they know hat quickens blood that rum too slow ? I did n't kill Tom Koper. "ot I, sail Sparkling Champagne, Xi poor man e'er by uic was slain; 1 . beer the rich in lordly lialls. And scorn tlie place where tlie drunkard falls, I did u't kill Tom lloper. Not we, said various other wines; Vi hat ' juice of grapes, product of vines, Kill a man ! 1 he Bible tells That wine all other drink ecl-; We did n't kill Tom lloper. Sot, I, said Holland (jin, To charge such a crime to me U sin, 1 did n't kill Tom lloper. No...

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. — 31 January 1868

V. C. i. U. L.. HKXEIMCT. EDITORS AM) lHorRIETORS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31. 1ST.S. ' " ' TIIKWKKKL.VKKKKI'KKNS Sr.,. V. IV AND Lo.- IXTFXUIiLCE, ' . CKMHBinaKCimJtJI AttkKT " 'f JkWVO. mi HimuvOT.ii eixKHAi. .KBt; GENERAL ntll tttretrd VrtrtU-AXT, TBUJb. 7MafeltirafMr(X ABVANCI 1 rf. ltnMtM "f" "' " " a$auu fim, itrmt of land nrmuf oil M nil to Humimllf nnttmt. Job l'Bisrmo of all ' ttmut t' ' ' mw tr aauf mi rmamble term. The Arsimiont lor I'rohiliitioii. Rev. Dr. J. P. TnompH.m of X. Y. has lt his renr-ertod name to a had cn'" by a puMiebet enthwwwnt of Gov. Andrew's argument against probatory lej-islntion f..r the ueniwion oftlic trafte m liuuor. u iwr of the cow liein that " tlt Creator lias lm?w).il' hk the duty ..f maintaining mir ,4.t.. monlirv in n mrKMial owtent 'if will shif tbe tPmptationn of the world ; tW - nnit at.le ourselven from that stad take refuge iiiwhsr starotory molality." To this lloraee (Ireeley nulied in a recent rmwlr of the X 1'. Mftudmt, .lUling the n...

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. — 31 January 1868

TI-IE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1868. THE WEEK. A' KAYS OF TBLEfiRAPH. Xew York, Jan. 24. i.i7 AValiinstn de-patches contain tlio l,,i 'nui" I'n.miiicnt members of Congress ,r,. nl'opini.m tlrnt Alnlmma will be fully re :i a Stto in tliel'nion before the mid .,, ,.f next February. Louisiana i exjiected ; , Ik the eeiund State ready for restoration. l.irjre Finn of money ba lecii collected to , ',, defray the exifn-es of the luilitical cam , ' i, in uabaina. nuinlr of lriiticiHiw, Kdh ReiKibncaiis 1 1, -i:,h rats, are here from Xew Hainiichirc . i.l to i-arryon the present ruliticnl , y m that iiafe. , , II. iiH- .,iiimittee on aiiprojinatioiis i.v the etim.ito originally luado for '. ( ! M'n-ic-e nunc 20 millions. This i iinmeii- retrenchment .and will the work largely in eery Xavv N i.' i-ouiitn-. The anny ettimates r retreHeiied to much owinj;, to the i.-- of keeping troops in the Smth- Haverhill, l.ss. Jan. 24. , ,- .-ning alymt li'eloek tlie house ...

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. — 31 January 1868

THE BDELINGTON, YT., FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 81, 18G8 ilds A- cfnds. Unless jou till muse in ncravnl all .lav On tlie aWrit tux that fiiwl.Svu ifultis can loe, as the angel'. .. Witlfthc breadth of I!(uwi Mivt joti: Unlev. Jim can dream tli.it lii faith Through Miooving and unbrliecub'g; Unles- yon can .lie when tlie.lrtwm is imM . (), nter call it loving ! Elizabeth Brt.tt Rrwtvimi '0'X - x - sen i va. . .Vepiiittimng ttSiu-h- r. iMcr'n Vjtrg AtMfet.. rvante -f all v.n Wii to Inlrtr and to wait." -''" Tn- man ran upahill fell "ff whi In cme to tle it. N'hv i a" antior the in at wonderful nnhnal in the world 7" " lter hi ftrif cane oat of his liead.' A fresh arrival fr.Hn KngUin.1 went the other dav, to a lirerv KtaMe and aeked for a hWeh. "On ling a"du)d if he would have a l(Sk,lfakllthoof;litlie" "art ratlier 've .Mrx. Gamlioge wishes when young men ))( on her daughters thev would know tlie lionr of 10. and resjt it. ' Youiir men MW-M-dajt," tw Mr. " nt under cdaml 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. — 7 February 1868

County Clerk VOL.. XXXV. NEW SERIES. VOL. XXIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORN I NO. FEBRUARY 7. 1HGH. XUMBEE TPIIRTY-TWO. illiscdlaiiLi I Iti-o to Seek tlie Luht. ' -in :i little Made of gras, .lu-t j KN'jtiii from the sod. .,1 ,.,-ki-l it why it sought to pass Beyond it- parent clod? i -cenu-l io raise its timid head, 'l -parkling. fresh nod bright, ! u . mitring at the question said, 1 i i-c tn seek the light.-' i-k 1 the eagle why hi wing 1 upvvaid flight was given, - it' Ik- -piii-ned each earthly thing, n i knew no home but Heavcnf? !. m-ncrcd, as he fueil his gaxe," ("ndaziled at the sight, I'jion the sun's meridian Man, - I rise to seek the light." ; a-ked my soul what means this thirst Km wniething yet beyond, 11 mi means thi- eagerness to hunt r'ruiu every earthly bond T I answers and I feel the glow, Vt uli tires more warm, more bright, - All is !k dull, too dark below, I ri-e t" seek the light." incur at i. vsr. I 'll have it decided one way or the oth- , . Ik.-I.'Iv the b...

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. — 7 February 1868

ress. C &, B. 1 HEXBPH'T. EDITORS AM) PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MOUSING. FKHIIl'AKY lfrfiS. THE WKEKLV FREE IRF . ,,.. r.J-" "'"'" Smth. Corw am.Wl .MOXKrm.vrl. CAVWIWKCATTLEMAEK.T . of I10SVON Breuwro UF.VCTIL MVBKCTS; OKXKBAL EWS, ro-er . . Familv Jocbnai, T1, afttfra. of FBtE rRE m ,uM mtHmmftr ttmtitn. TERM. Crntf. IV erl rmta mfflj ml Ikt oct. ImMmrtim mptm mmUen imlrrft la njr atmmxj (am, ittms of local " "' r thankfully r retired. job l'Mjrroo e imit ti'coled in tfuutitrr aod t reasonable terms. Hcpiililicnn I'nion State Convention, A Republican Union Stat Convention will be held atRUTLAXl. OX WFJIXHSIUY TIIK F.IOIITr.FATH HAY OF MARCH NEXT, at 12 o'clock. M. for the purpose of choosing four DeJegaUs at Urge, to represent Vermont in the Xational Renublicau Union Convention, nJ four Substitutes, in pursuance of the following cU of the National t ommittee : "The NatioiialC.iramittee designated 1) the Con . itirfi lwlt1 nt H&liimore on the 7th davof Juue. imi. do appoint that ...

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. — 7 February 1868

nvixcE or U.MO.v Pacific ItoM- w.e lnUheofflccrs of the Union lle Kail- rm.l Omnanv that the price 01 uic v.u.pv -Iw Cippe Iton.lsI.a3 U-cn mlvancci from P.. ccntf on the dollar, ana tta thev vnll of the bonds .luring the p-t few months haie len very Urge ; ten million dnlbi lian teen already ,.i--pasol of to parties throughout thecountn" So active was the increasing Ue- iii.mil lor these fccuriiies in." -; i ---- -tlu'it fiie millions more would be m.M in the first v,ccl. of February, if the price had ton allowed (, remain at W." Jt has been frequently assort ed .n the advertitements of the company, and in ,., editorial column-, that the price would pro- ,1 It ! a.liance.1, and tho-e who took the hint, v 1 i. ught at 'M, may now see tlie wisdom of so . The Conirwiiv i now in high crulit, and i- i liand-ouie surplus of cali on hand fur the .-1 prosecution ot the worK ot construction V ire gratified at these cv idences of complete nty on the part of this great corpora- 1i:US OF THE 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. — 7 February 1868

TITK BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7. 18GR 0l(lS CrilllS. Jcuuy Ki-cil Me. Jenny kUteil me vrlicn wo met, .lumjMi from tlie cltair she sal in : Time, jiu thief '. tvlm loxe to get into your Mat, put that in : Say I'm wtwry, sjv I'm wl. &y tliat lienltlTiuid ehu.liatswi'd ax, ''"Sty I'm growing dull, lrat nkl Jennv ki-eJ mt ' Leigk Urn'. A muried IwrpUr, w wlr lwrk into ft tllllC. Imtcsul of the often qu.rt-! whirlipi)? of , time,'- Fiiii " iip-"-il T um" as more ripprrat- l tlie jmnt miiniH- ssa sm. In finhi rnahlf -ufictv the- exi bmatioii "f " Oh, KiWI !" & ol-..Iete. Oh Viol-jn-lmw is now the ixwuiion and ntore refined asjiii. 5am Slick telle iiv that if lie were asked ivtat dearth he Jwefe-rred he wmiM answer rring, liecanst lie v mid then go off with a Ktifl njijer liji. A child onw asked n minister. ' Do you think my fat'tcr trillit" neWeii ?" " o" vnn- theVply. Well," returned the child, "if he don't hue his .'n way tliere lie won't stay long-" ...

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. — 14 February 1868

XKW Silisri'llamj. Xo Seel in Ileal en. ' i n s i- not new, hat it will bear occasional I lkntrfiii. The autlior we do liot know. , of ects till late one eve, various doctrines the saints believe. : .'lit I -tt,od in a troubled dream -He of a darkly flowing stream. 1 niu hin in down to tbe river came, I ho ii d a strange voice call his name, 1 ' ithor, stop ; when yon cross this tile i t.iii-t leave vour robes on the other aide.' . ired father did not mind : K' I - 1 - iiu gown tloateil oat belaud, M to the stream his way he took. - ;. '. md- clasping a gilt-edged book. I . ui,.l for Heaven ; and when I'm there I -1 : l b ant my Rook of Common Prayer ; in 1 though I put on a starry crown, I -ti aid liil quite lost without my gon." i. .i ii- lucl la. eye on the shining track ; li- iri-wii was heavy and held him back, . I t' i' pm.i old father tried in vaiu -iiVT!' step in the flood to gsan. I xiv him ftjiim i n the other side, Id' 1h m!'k g- Hit floated un the tide; iid ii' I'lie ask...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 February 1868

G. i H. I- HEXKim'T. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MOKMXG. FKHKCAKi II. THK WEF.K1.V FREE l'UBS SriiK, Owwv am. Wal irjjjB.re,-fjrt .CAMRmiWr.CATTI.EMAnKFT -ml o HOSTOV 11CHLI.V8T0.H wnll MARKETS ; KkHAI. .NEWS , flrf '"'. J" W,tfl.riWr,i..' Fayilv JontvAL ,,ywfr .( "'.""'' '"' "" TEUMf. TwMt""!"" AlfVASCX. Simflt fieijt etnlt. InltrTMitum fn mmttert mf Mtrat in y tftht f tlankfuUf reetirtd. Job Priytixg lt 1I wmful f rannrr and on rrasontblt term. Itcpublicnn ITnion Stntc Convention A Itepnblicmn Union Stale Convention will be held at KUTLAND. O.N WEDNESDAY THE EIGHTEENTH DAY OF MARCH NEXT, at 12 nAA. M. for the nunusc of choosing four Delegates at large, tu represent Vermont in the National Renublican Union Convention, and four Substitutes, in pursuance of the following call of the National (.omnuttee : Tn Vnrinnal Committee deni-rnatad by the Con- vsnti.m held at Italtimore on the 7th day of June, ISM doaniioint tliat a National Convention of the Union llrnubliean I'artv bo hel...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 February 1868

news ITEMS. n;..l-.., .lincil with Senator .simmer a Wahliinpton on Monday. The ebrk of lumber on hand in Allan' Jan. Irt 1SG vvns 85,000,000 feet. The tjavivwv Savings Institution, the uldet liank in Meniphis expended last week. It is understood tliat the liabilities exceed 5,0, 000,000. The n.l.W remnrraturc of the eonnon at New Orleans, has l)oen 30 o, two de-mw 1elow freezing, one day lart week. A Hie fish, five inches long, was found in anoyi-ter (-hell recently opened in Xat-litm, sslm-li the Xi-vv Bedford Mmuy pronounces t 1 nineli to swallow. I'liere are twenty drinking Million to one . .ng ditu in ltosUm, whicJi t-eetnt to indi- that Itneton i more given to thirst tlisui man eseajied from the- unrting ice in the Mi i-fii'i Iliver the other day, only to he - M.,i! ,,f $11000 bv the humane individual u 1 ' pulled him out of the water. 1'lie Fenian circles in Huston lmvc voted to rk on St. Patrick's Day, instead of niareli ,vz in incesi(ns, and to devote tbe earnings ",nd rc i...

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. — 14 February 1868

TI-IE BURLINGTON, VT., FME PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 1J, 18G8 Adds Jt tfiuk. SCRAPS. I!ccr (ills many a Mtlc awl Uic Mile ! mnnr a Mer. Souiierior. mock turtle ; ftWiircinc, real turtle. Vcl-neflay i naturally tlc iiHilar day for wpililingp. The cry of the Cermano Ono Flag, One Country, Zwei Ijier. KcasonfflrlWtKtflicebluralernin txrn k-lhory-.Ffw wnpta mancnt Punch. Wlio wan the etraipr.twi man in the l!i Ue? .lo-eith : ami why? lleeause Pharaoh intde a ruler of him. What is the difference lietween jierwior anceand ohntinacy? One is a strong will, and the other if a strung won't. An inland esriiange save, " Our best thin are aboort always to he" found on the out lAle." The siiiie may be said of many la- A young lady whose father is improving the family maneiun, ini-WlV ujhi haxing a torn window pet in fiir her benefit. A " City Clerk and Xaturalii-t" asks uferttier there is not a bird called the Ditto Ditto. Is he not thinking of our old ac (pimintance. the Do-Do? IHmeh. A SH...

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