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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 February 1868

vol. xxx v. -NJi'W &initui:s. oj. xxiv. lisrrllait!!. An Old 'Wife's S-ons BV JEAN INGELOW. Ind what Mill ye hear, ibv daughter (lair? . what will tc hear this night? I sing you a sonc of the yufetidc cheer, ir of lovers ami ladies briglit? 1 Ii. ,i shalt "ing," they say (for we dwell far away From the land where fain we woadd be), lli u halt sing us again some old world strain That is sung in our own coanlrie. Thou shalt mind us of the time long ago, Vt hen we walked on the upland lea ; V. hi!e the old harbor light waxed faint in the white Lung rays shooting oat from the ea. " Vt hile lambs were yet aahep, and the dew lay uecp n the grass, and their fleeces clean and fair Never grass was seen so thick nor so green As the grass that grew up there ! " In the town was no smoke, for none there awoke At our feet it lay still as still could be ; Ami we saw far below the long river Bow, And the schooners a warping oat toana. " Sing us now a strain shall make us fed again As we felt in...

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. — 21 February 1868

i:. i:. & . i HEXKHit-r. LD1T0KS AND PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MOUSING. FPliUlAKY 21 . 18GS. T1IK WBEKLV I'KKK VHVM "tt Wntnl rr fVAI mmit "" '' atiir, Oonrrr ad Local imulumwi: , -fj-wt CAMMUlSlATTtK.AKCT BoS " IWuvt..s OEXUtAL yABKKT. .-EiEKAL ks, Wf tedr Ml tLLASV. ""I"'"? -gtr-tr- rmJrr , . tWM FAMH.T JoCaXAL mirr la r' "T- a ' '"'''' "'r' TBKJIS rte0r,rI ADViHOK. Snir ntfit'fivt Frr mlttrlamt emits fyl) ' DnMtiM "" imttrnt M mnfUl mijtiiV fim, (! r " tkmmlfmllg rmtnm. Jm rlTtva M tay errrutrit la rtt brtt Mwr mot riMtfc terms. Itrpiiblicnn Cnion Stnte Contention. K. Kenublican Union State Convention tvill be held at BCTLAKP, O.N WEDNESDAY THE taOIITEEXTII DAY OF MAUCII NEXT, at 12 o'clock, M. for tbe purjoMi of choosing four Delegates at large, to represent Vermont in tie K.tuitn) RmuMican Union ('..mention, and four dobstimtes, in pursuance ot the following call of the National I onuuittcc ' Tlw National (V mniitt.-i.- tksinatcd b tbo Con TeaUflO held at Ka'f i. n on the 7th day...

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. — 21 February 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1868. The question of admitting Mr. Thoma,, of f.i. a Mt in the U. S. Senate, wm that body, Monday, jt.,ccl nt lcneth, in Mcecn. Sumner and Rlmunds of Vermont, orrocd Lit- admiesion, and Mr. Trumbull far- 44 . ......ctiiltl. ored it. o vote was taKcn on tuc The Committee on Ways and Means hag decided that the refined oil tax eliall be $S per barrel of 43 gallons, and on csport -5 cents jcr barrel. Stamps are to 1 wed. .Mr. Ycardun has laid lefore the committee a TO,ide of collecting the tax on vlmkcy by means of metal i-tanijx, and duplicate checks. Mr. Johnson is in doubt about the exact . i.-.ining of thclai-t July act of Congress, pro . .Li'g that all orders on reconstruction shall . -ued through the General of the Armies ; Mr. Stanbery, it is said, will in a few ,.s interpret it as the Presidential instincts r mpt The Attorney-General will hold ; it the eident meaning of the said act i at purely militarv orders, ami n...

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. — 21 February 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEIE PHESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 31, 1808 (Ddds tv nds. Elegy on a Cat. " Weep not for her ! she's had a peaceful time ; She might have been a sausage long ago A mufl, a flAlIc string, hut to her prinio She hath arrived with an unruffled brow. Weep not for her hc-s now a cat with wings ; Perhaps a dweller in the ' milky way ' : Purring for jov amid all purring things ; So longer Winded by the light of day. Taou'lt meet her when thy fleeting years have With radiant whiskers in that brighter home. Weep not for her'.' SCRAPS. When w a little poem liko an acre of land unpaid for? When it is Anacreontic. Sang of the dentift while filling the pa tient' teeth " 0 ain't he got the nerve!" Whv is the vowel 0 tlie only one ever sounded? lieeauw; all the other are in au dible. An appropriate hotel for old mnida to stop R "The Mans-ion (man chun) llon..e." The woman win't posted wlio hurried to the jail with a porringer to lail out lier hus band. If n fat man wishes to ...

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. — 28 February 1868

Coantjr Clerk NEW I.ittlc Feet. nt rLOBKM'K PKBCr. Tiro little fret, so small that both iuy nestle In one caressing hand " Tiro tender feet upon the untried bonier Of Life's mysterious land. Minted and soft, and fink as peach tree blos soms In April's fragrant days How can they walk among the briery tangles Edging the world's rough ways ? Thee white-rose fret along the doubtful future Must bear a woman's load; im i-nivc niuuui nan fin; ueatltai liUlUfl, And walks the hardest road. Lotc, for a while, will make thepathbeforethera .111 uiinty, smooth, and fair ill cull away the brambles, letting only Tlic roses blossom there. Dut when the mother's watchful eves arc shroud cd Away from sicht of men. And tl ce ilear feet are left without her guiding, i) no shall direct them then? How will they le allured, lietrayed, deluded, l'oor little untaught feet Into what dreifry mazes will they wander, What dangers will they meet ! Will they go stumbling, blindly in the darkness ( If borrow s tear...

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. — 28 February 1868

gfhc p mm. c. sJfh. i.. hexeuict. EDITORS AXD TKorKIETOES. FRIDAY MORNING. TEBIUARY 1MK. THE WKKKIjV FKKK IK1S STATE) C'orXTT AXI. I.' TELIJiENE . ''fori of CAMIur.-TIl. MABKt.T ,iaJ of lio-TOV fill li'c.noN BKsrKli HVRklls: OOEBtL !!!, MtohW ta ,r it a .'' FaI.T Jol'EXAL tWTinul-.- " '"" " luStJ MtlmmM "" T Hit. MS. -r,miiu" r' aia.c- AMffr Pmr mtvtrtui9 rote airly ct lit ofice. tnfmrmHtn jcn itnlftri uUrrot im mm) drf. Mm, a ofW " riff ir tktxlfmUf rrreivti. taaaMT on reMMmmnMr Mm: . Fbr Ciwuy t?ai'o'. HON. MARTIN WIRES, or i-vntKfii.r.. ltepublicnn Hii on Slate Cimieiilioii. MeimMican Union Stale Comciition wiillic h. a? Him.ANi. ox wfunbsday Tin: i:iG!im-Mll DAi OF MARCH NEXT, at 12 o'clock, M. for the purp.se eif choosing fuur iiji.. i lnm. tn represent Vermont in the ic..:.,.,i i!ul.hr-in liniim Convention, and f.ir Substitutes, iu jiurwiahce , f tin' following call of the Nutiousil t oinmitiee : " The National Ciiintu.tU-o .losi.riiiitcsl U the I'on- .1 t Hltii.i.,r. .ui !h :...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 February 1868

il.c propowsl new constitution prohibiting the traffic in intoxicating liquors. The election occurs on the rt Monday in April, and tins f article i. M-rarately t-ulmitted. ' The DaunTMESTS. The Washington oor-rt.-i.on.lent of the IWton Post makes the fol 1 ming "pretty ttrong" statement : s r tho Im-.il iowerof the President to reate tliodnjartiuent 01 tnc Aiiaimi;, ". military Department, tliero can he no j .bpr .. -tn.11. All the departments as they now -:.in l were created by him. and exir-t only , - i:;h his orders. P t , the legal power .r the I'rwident in . 'natter, we liappen to hare an opinion , -, n. in a letter from a gentleman wIiomj . were ivc to give it, would be.' recog i - high legal authority, who tflj s , , j .-mblihmcns of the new department by mc President) h in diroet violation of ui ii'i gies that power alone to the . m ir of War." I rthe lost, the Post's correspondent pro- ui--xs the world was created by An- J,.luiN)n, and " csibts only .tljrougli his . I'u-u. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 February 1868

is THE BURLINGTON, VT., FRIE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 31, 18G8 (Odds iv (fmk Tlic nr n. v. k.mm:iv UclioM tlic , 'Ihe otitliiic. tlic iileiitiful ami Mreiig. Yet Imutil'iil a ii the riw in Jul, r'resh n the trickling niinliow ofjiilj : full eftV.I, the linni-herof liwls l'urger of Birth, and nmliriw "f meu; Crmtiiir clinnte liy breath. Wr.-l.iHS lt tin, nnd gnVffrol.. ihtwm And. in' in itl.t.-tl " (.hing a bint .if that - -rtXO "' Rich are tl" .1-; ll iJttl- " The ftroj' ,,M ,"r I" rl. Ihi! more thin n.-v- .Jn-l Pom- tben- e. tti'I give il I r'or'everv v.nei. wealth t l.i-l1ti. Wealth to ihe cM-in mii-t . The w-ilelile-s -Irviigth. W - -hH e liu-1 wine, A load "" -,!,s "boulder- c-iunot lift. I with m hswnner iiiKlini; ?cuiv The nvkv co-i-t. -mite .itdea ilil.. .!. Strewing " bl, wl. in another g. RelnuM a continent of hotter men. Then 1 tinlwr the !.; tuy fttts l"'l The emIu ot nntiim-: I ilire Men ti. all twre tlwt front the hur main I, tun, lone art awl feerie: Iltugiuti d...

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 March 1868

NEW SERIES, VOL.. XXIV. BURLINGTON, VT,. FRIDAY MORNING-, MARCH G, 18G8. NUMBER THIRTY-SIX. 3fliscrllann. Heedlessness. Mis-! I have walked through life Too heedless where I trod : '. iv, helping to trample my feflovr nd fill the burial sod. .ratting that even the sparrow faHs Not unmarked of God. 1 ;. wounds I might have healed ! The human sorrow and smart ! Vi l jet it never was in iny soul TV play so ill a part : B' I ml it wrought by want of tkougU .f veil as vatii of heart. Hood. .V German Trust Sons. usi as God leads lnc, I would go; I would not ask to choose my way; l", Meut with what be will bestow. Assured he will not let me stray. So as he lewis, my iath I make. And step by step I gladly take, A child in him confiding. Jut as God leads I am content; I rent me calmly in his hands; That which he has decreed and sent That wbi-h bk will for me commands. I would that be should all fulfill. That t should do his gracious will In living or in dying. Jut as God leads. I all resign;...

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 March 1868

G. A. 1!. U. HK.VEHICT. EDITORS AND rKOrKIETORS. ramv morning, march c. isds. THE AVKBKI.V FBEB I'RBSS I, r-"itl'd elrry Fruits fwrmnff ; ronton? the State Cocstv asd Local iwLUSExcK.-ejwrta . CAMtBlWnCATTLE 3IAIIKET W BOSTOX i DlBUtGTUI UKM.RAL MARKETS ; CEM-CAL XKVVS, WI (ri .M-rUJr, iu. i.. J "' calculated to render ,t a ."" Fax.i-t Jocbxal m, paper. ,th.,re,eon, and it .. (-,-, an TERMS Tk-1U" ywu ADVAVE. -iyfe npinjiit eenti. yar aterUnnq rtfM apply ml lit Ivfarrmlian fri mtUtrt of intemt in any of He ti)tinint latent, items laral nri mf atl kind' icill f lhanlfwilg reetited. Job Pmtoso H laid' crccvi-d in II" manner and reasanahle term. Ilepublicnn Un on Stale Convention. a Republican Union State Convention will 1 heid at RUTLAND. OX WEUNKSIMY THK tlGHTr.i:XTII DAY OF MAKCII XI-VT, at 12 o'clock, M. for the purpose of choosing four Delegates at large, to represent Vermont in the v.l...i Il.M-in Union Convention, and four Substitute, in pursuance of tlie following call of 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. — 6 March 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH G, 1868. ,r i,ri;n-amc ! ,Mr. Aiiho.1 1 win amo Alu RrBT.IVRAUE.- .. .. ft.lb.u-a may lc set down as one ol me iuikj " Ten year ago he tirrit.g yo..n? H;'. cian'in MadiuHrtb., hi chief dtdta bwig Mine little reputation as a " smart " tpcaker. Tn lie was defeated as a candidate Tor Congress, and was apparently politically a well as pecuniarily ruincl. Mr. Lincoln, on the prmci.de of tak nS care of the roundel, nominated him as Minister to Austria, a poet fr which he was totally mint, and where his ,.MK-nK-s would hate at lea-t equalled his in , ,nie The Austrian Gotcrnuient refuted to r,,vi.c him, under the idea that he was atcr tlt k rrv.lutionist would raiCainin Hungary 1;i..wcd to come to Vienna. He was accord , .' transferred to China, where, with a - impctcnt secretary, S. Wells Williams, ijuired much favor with the Chinese rmiient,and it is said made a fortune Iy ,i'i-tcring a great estate left by anAineri . L'hi'iiturer in...

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 March 1868

THE BUKLINGTON, VT., Fill- E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 0, 18G3 (Odds & (fiats. To n Beautiful Mrnngcr. BY JOHN C. SAX.E. A gUncc, a smile I mo it jet ! A moment, tac the train was starting: Hew stranjcc to tell 'we poarcely mot, An-1 jet I felt a ping at parting ! An4 ywt-ala ! tint all tic wMlc 'T'is I alone who am confessing .Vint thought im larking in jaflrsmile Is quite fceyend my simple gweswng. only know those beaming rays Awoke in me a strange emotion, U bidi, basking in their warmer Maze, Perhaps might kindle to devotion. Ah ! many a heart as stanch at thi?, By aauii; lip aUirral front laty. Has sonic is I'atawn's dark abyss "Wrecked on the coral reef of 1'eao.ty !' And so, 'tis well the train's swift flight. That lore away ay charming stranger. To her Gel Meat her ! oat of sight. And me, a; quickly, out of danger ! SCRAPS. Judy rays the candle ruetioo in the church is tv :ix ii" yen tenons. , c . . JtUSMR IS lOOKing nilAl'lUSlY mru i";m;i , , V . m .,. 1-. to wash do...

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 March 1868

NEW ttliscrllnmj. .Hindi. 1IY W. C. DttYANT. The stormy March is come at list, With wind, awl cloud, and changing skies; I hear the rushing of the blast, That through the snowy valley Hie. h, passing few are they who speak. Wild stormy- month ! in iraieof thee; et, Uiough tliy winds are loud and bleak, Thou art a welcome month to me. For thiiU, to nortliern land, again The glad and glorious sun dost bring, nd thou has joined the gentle train nd wear's! the gentle name of Spring. Yn.l, in thy reign of blast and storm, Smiles many a long, bright sunny day, hen the changed winds are soft and warm, Ami heaven j.ntM on the blue of May. Then sing aloud the gushing rill. In joy that they again are free. And, brightly leaping down the hills.. Begin their journey to the sea. The year's departing beauty hides f wintry storms the sliei threat ; But in thy sternest frown abides A look of kindly promise yet. Thou bring" t the hope of those calm skies. And that soft time of nanny showers. When th...

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 March 1868

TIIK BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 18G8. cr this R. 4. U. U. 1JKXKDKT. EDITORS AND 1'RontIEIOKS. FRIDAY -MOIINIXG. MARCH 13. 1S0S. THE WKKKI-V rilKE 1'ltK.sS "fl puW'krd nrry Fridag morni" ; ! f STATE, Ooe.XTY AND LOCAL 1VIEUJ8E.VCE ,-frt of CAXBftllHlE CATTLE MARK KT an o BuSTO.V i IlUKUVISTOV GEEBAL MAEkETS i GESBRAL NEN W trltitt XlslELLAXT, A.. t-, rjrlnj caJmilK . rrr FAMILY JOURNAL any 01 2 rrpi, wJ ' tttrrfm x u W mMnrntr tdnHMer: TKK.MS. lnfmmwm uf xtmUrrn mttrnt m jr '( r tkmkfutlf rtetmi. Jrn 1'istig or oZ itaib txrcmlrJ in lie ( Bkntner M rramotitlilr trrm. Republican I'liioii Statu 'onieiition A Republican Union State Convention will be hell at KUTI.AXli, ON WiaiXlKlUY '1HE KIGIITIXXTII DAY OF MARCH X1XT, at 12 o'clock, M. for the purpose of choosing four Dtifj-'te at larpe, to represent Vermont in the National llenutihcan L'liiun Convention, and four Substitute?, in jiursuance of the following call of tbeational Committee : Th x&tinnml Commi...

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 March 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEIE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 18G8 Special .-THE VHiBWIII-B PUWIOXAKV It 1 1 s i M. fr Onelis- Colds, and Comamptioo, is ', ,..'. ,f th. ephemeral nostrums that are ftr ",',, in the same year they are lorn. A repntatum rff,.rtt leart' standins, and an incrensins popalari- ,prcUv Rood evidence or it raW Oettte Mimme. nKEI, CCTLER A CO., lira?". Boe- . Feb . diwSin' t ii. Proprietor". ro"- nnitous or youth. . Gentleman who suHered for jearsfruin Nervou . i l.ti, Premature Decay, and all the eflects o ,,',iul indiscretion, will, for all th aVe of tufltri - hum unty, send free to all who need it, Use re- ,i 1 direction! for luaVinr. the simple remedy , , Ii I." at cured. Sunerert wishing to profit i h crtiMT'n eiperienee, can dotobyaddres lect confidence. JOHN B.OUDEN, 12 Cedar Street, New York dlawwlyr. n hm:k's tic douloureux on , iMJMl, NEURALGIA PILL if a safe, certain . !.i cure for Neuralgia aad all Nervous IH Tln -everest cases are completely and per ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 March 1868

Odds & tfnds. Kissing. Some My tli.it kissing's a slu; ltut I think it's uaneava For kissing Las wonn'J in this w.irM Since ever that there was ttra. 0, if it wasna lawfu, Lnwjcra wailna allow it; If It wastia holy. Ministers wouklna Jo it. If it watu modest, Maidens wailaa tak' it; If it wasra jfctjr. l'uir folk Msdnaget iL r the rKE Pks.1 Imll I Kumv llirin there! Skill I know them there, when from emtli set free. The ovd and the loot, Oh '. will they meet me? Or shall I wander away all uloue. By the friends I have loveil anheeileJ, unknown ! Shall I list in vain for a familiar tone? Shall I know them thei-e, in the bright home alsne. When the ilroas of earth shall have Iwii re moved! When the tirol spirit retauwd from it? clay, UnclogRe.1 and unfettered, shall rany, Tp the home of the blest in the-endlesss day T When I near the dark rier, its cool waters breast, In silence pass Of er to the laud of rot, Svm no dear friend I hae loved here below, Appear on tie shore a welcome ...

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 March 1868

VOL. XXXV. NEW SKRIKS, VOL. XXIV. BURLINGTON, VT,. FRIDAY MOltNINGr, MARCH 20, 18G8. NUMBER THIRTY-EIGPIT. Slliscrllnmi. Tlie Hcwilclini Terrier. Sam Jhusn was a eullud man, Who lived down by the sea; lie u nod a rat ton terrier Tliat stood 'bout one to time; iid the way that cruitur chawed up ruts, Was gorjuw for to see. ue day the dog was slnmberin' Behind the kitchen store, V, hen suddenly a wicked flea A ugly Httle cove I'lnuienced Uxm his faithful back . W hh many jumps to rove. Then up arose tlut terrier, With frenzy in his eye, 1 1, waitin' only long enough. To make a touching cry, i .uimnnccd to twist hisedf around Mot wonderfully spry. But all in vain, his shape was such So awful short and fat That though be doubled up hisself And strained hisself at tint, II U mouth was half aa inch away From where the varmint sat. The dorg set up an awful howl. And twisted like an eel, Uixittinn cries of misery At every nip he'd fed. Awl tumlittV down and jurjipin up. And turnin' like a 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. — 20 March 1868

y . (llillir "HlTiiC ailrititj fJJJ 1 1 V Qjf, I v CJp ' g. &. ii. l bkxi:bict. EDITORS 1ND rRorRirroRS. FIU1AY MORNING. MARCH 1868. TIIK WHEIil.V FRKE I'lUlSS . .. imMMed errry JVSSty mtnttnf ! SlATt, Oocxiv asd Local iticuAaact.-tforU of OAaraiDCECATTLK market end Boston l toMLXOTOS OSOUI. IIAEKim. i CUAI. WS, w ittcut nicnxMT, MfftMaf kMMu rmrffr if mhMtf Fasju-t Jocrsal T drmWiiii 0 U FaEE PbSS m mffeferiutlui regie, uni it tkavfert mn urn raJht mfdimmor edvertnen. TilR.AlS. IteMnil"11 ADVAXCK. SMffc capittfxt Fr M.j roUf trl Infmrtzmtien npem tetter uilfrru ni mmfjtkt dnhflnm, Urmto Itcml ad A Bkmnkfvlif receiixd. 0M Fanrrrxc of ell tin" ma ' tkt bat -isawr ml m reomuMt (rnu. a;anc!umetts Slide C onvention. Die Republicans of Massachusetts met at Worcester on Thursday to choose delegates at i l-ge to the National Convention. The roll delegates numbered 1,255, and 1,0? 4 votes wwcast on the Imllot for delegates. The ) adent of the Convention, lion. D. "A". lorchvaod Dr. Go. ...

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. — 20 March 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH -20, 186S. Dr. CraWrc will vwt tU pb. with w an.Uplcn.lia rrise and fiwr hor--'--.luring the summer awl CU. ,k0.,l! ,Tuc.Uar .UontiTto the ontofVsrs. LatUrop, Lwlington, & Co., thcImi.rtmsKn.l.lol.bmB lr (.00.K itou-c- New 1 ork. Wo woui.i ell eslweial atttetition '' ' fl"e merican Ortzaii, manufactured hy S- v .. it.,., .,,iitiin me two hak i rllllili iiiPKiiit - " kev-nn.l fourteen stop.. which w used ut ,...'wal.nti.,t' ' "PPrt'nS ,o,l.r,H AttlM.eiieert.K-.lwpHUt) r8 , .... eiv plaiuly.ni.nif.-t above the ..01 voice I , pru..l H.illeiujah chorus, while in the ac . .'.-tniinciitoftlresoio, " He wa despis-al," 1 liuu efleet of the tremolo, with tlie - wi- strikingly exhibited. Burling. ilincl. i w 0111 ye lliora so fresh and fair goes 1 Scotch song. How 1 Why, those who U.-.m of health on their cheeks-, tike 15. tiers, which ha the power of for- -iln -v -tern against disea", and of rejtu r.. iiK0'-tie apparatus Are voudyspe...

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. — 20 March 1868

THE BUKLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIIVXY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1868. Odds fr'nds. XKW HAMI'SHIRE Mnrch. ELECTION'. IIT BAVVI TUUI. AYitli rushing vvtadsamd rdoimry kit The dark mad stubborn Winter dies' Far off, umeefi, Pnriar faintly cries, IliMing htr earnest ehi'daris : March l'.v atrwiiB still heH in icy share. Or southern MRsales melting bare, O'er fields that motley colors tw, That Hmmni alls the chaupful sir : Man ! What though coBflictiiuc i Tliy ilsys their fold; they woo or shake The sleeping lids of Life awake, Aad Hope i strori"er for tby sake, March ! Hen from thy mountains, ribbed with now, Onee more thy rousing bogie Mow, Ami east ami west, and to ami fro. 1'reeknt thy coming to the foe : Mairli ! Say to the picket, chilled ami aumn. Say to the camp's impatient bum. Say to the trumpet and thedmm : lift up your hearts, I come, I come ! March ! Cry to the waiting hosts that stray 0 sandy seasides far away, lij marshy isle and gleaming bay, here Southern Match is Northern M...

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