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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 March 1868

f0tJn'7 Cletk aj iiiiniiii a "', BMWI hum1 mrmnga - ""Wi a n NEW ttliscrltoni!. A MaidcnN l'-iilm of Life. Tell ine not in idle jingle, "Marriage is an empty dream '." For the girl is dead that's single, AnJ girls are not what they seem. Life i real ' life Its earnest ! Single blessedness a fib ! "Man thou art, to man returned "' Has been spoken of the rib. Not enjoyment, aud not sorrow, Is our destined end or way ; But to act, that each to-morrow Finds us nearer marriage day. Life is long, and youth is fleeting, And our lieart. though light ami gay, Slill, like pleasant drums, are beating Wedding marches all the way. lu the world's broad Sefcl of battle. In the bivouac of life, Be not like dumb, driven cattle ! lie lisroine a wife ! Trust no future, howe'er pleasant, Let the dead post bury its dead ! Act act to the living pietwnt ! Heart within and hojc ahead '. Lives of married folk remind a We can liveour liven as well. And, departing, leave behind as Such examples as shall "tell...

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 March 1868

ghc (Jji'cc press. ;. A- B. I.. BENKIMCT. ntlTORS AND I'BOrillCTORS. FRIDAY JlOltNIXG. .MARCH 27. 1SCS. Tin: wbckm' niEK puk-ss l puVUtd lrr Friday mominj ; antamf tke SiAir, Oousrr ai Local isreLLiaEice ,-rjvru of (UvoRiiwecAnLi: vakket i Rostov cud liORLISOTOX SEVtBAL MABKCT-. CF.MiRM. SEW-, cH f.rrei Mlsc r.LLANV, 4.:., S... and .iwjUinj cakulatldf rcnf- If a tM Familv Jorr-NAL Tie artulclion of the FuatrnES lictcJj ai o MrWr tkiirioUM.and.t U tkatort an toiri tolled medium for adiertuen. TERMS. Tin dollrr a f'-' I apvace. Jinjif coptnftr rente. Foraheriioino rattt apply al toe ofSxe. afcrmUsni upmn malttn of intttttl in any of the ijt'ntn Itmni, utms of local r.eirt of Jill lindi trill It tkaityttty reexind. Jos Fbistixo of alt lindt executed in tit oetl manner ondon rrowjAU terteu. STATU HI' VISHJIO.VT. ny John n. I'nirc, c.aYF.nson. .1 I'KGCIjololI.TTfO.V. Of old the Prophet proclaimed unto the peo ple: "Sanctify ye a fait, call a tulewn astern My, gather the eldert and the in...

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 March 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FBI E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 18G8. : ;0 Tlioec who ding to the ProtiJentV fortunes regret this and lwM that the defence 1ms lot itsahlcet man. New Vor.K, Mar. 2.". The ' rW'J Washington epevial c uitain tv f '1! 'Win?; J"'!ge lllack has nut advised the Prwdent to reeiiiii and liafinevor ciprcf- nd.iubtnf the justice -f the l'rt-siil.-nt s de fense, and line the fullest i-.Mifidcnv.-e that the President will l aerniitfcd ifhe. gete a fair hearing and a derision according to In. He has never (liffiwd with the mmiwel nor had nnv mntroierhy with thorn. Ti..- Tt ii"ni ie-te!i ;-t tlie i .t'.inet lnc-tinj; ,st-r!av the Ireident nub. iittid lii-" tn i.f the Supreme (Vxtrt apellate Itill aain. It rttmjred tlmt tlo I'reeideiit , ill r.-in In-fore tlie i hii"U of the trial. I'ii- ll.r,('j dwiiit' li mvs : It isgener ' inneHed thr the President ivfll jmt lie i.d. The Ir identV veto of tlie Jmi (' mit appellate Hill has lieen appro theCahinct and will he presented...

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 March 1868

(Odds A- (Ends. The Rrooklct. TEOM THE GEEMAX Or COEIIir- Tliiiu brooklet, silver-brigut and clear. Forever part mc swiftly flowing, Muing. upon tbv banks I stand, , Where cora'st tliou from ami whither going T "From the deep, dark nck 013- waters break; Mid flowers and moss my course I take; And in my mirror reflected lies Thejriendly image ofraihl blue skin. "With merry thought I've sported hitlw; Tlierkwl roeon, I know not whither; But Ho who call" I me from my sooree. He, I believe, will guide my ooune.'" NKWS ITB.MS.-. lYHIiam Slatle, tJw colored -leward of the White Hou!, died Mundar, leaving property valued at $100,000. According to Mr. Kiiskin, the majority of active jTKiot in every nation are at present thieve. A liiery for female servants is prupoKxl in England, to prevent the maid being lai-taken for the inirtrens. There in a candidate for office in Virginia who lort botli legs in the war. lie in a 110-toe-riouri candidate. Martin, who attempted to asinate Judge Bueteed i...

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 April 1868

I VOL. XXXVI. NEW 3flisrcllann. When Green I,ene Come Again. BY ClinlSTINA C. EOssKTTI. W hen green leaves come again, my love. When green leaves come again hy put on such a cloudy face. Vi hen greeu leaves ct.mc agiin. h ' this spring will be like tlie last, Of promise false and vain ; nd summer die in winter's arm Ere green leave come again. " So slip the reasons awl our lives ; 'Tis idle to complain, Bat yet I sigh, I scarce know why, When green leaves eome again." .Vay, lift up thankful eyes, my wM ! Count erpi.il loss or gain. Because, as long as thin world lasts. Green leaven will come again. For, sure as earth lives under snow. And lovo lies under pain, 'Via good to sing, with everything, When green loaves come again. Spring Cleaning. BT A. PCITEE-HR. The melancholy days have come, too saddest cf the year. Of cleaning paint and scrubbing fleers, and scouring far and near ; He( in the corners of the room, the ancient diut lay quiet. Nor rose up at the father's tread, nor at 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. — 10 April 1868

Jf he $m $Jrafi. . 4. B. I I1KXEDK'T. editors axii lnorKiiTORs. FRIDAY MORNING. APR! I. 1". 1WR. THE WECKLV I'RUE l'KESS VltM tttry rrHcg mvnl0 , SrATE, OWXTT ASD LOLAL IVTOXBCCIZ . -rprtl o UlHMUBSEClTIUlUBKCT M- UontO. DUBLOBTOS (UOU tlUOf tli,,!,i urtf m-icella-t, aftitng CAitvlUtJl r,fc i a iW' 1'AHU.V JoCttSAL T. wh. " Faa-s raw saw ! cnfuftriKtkurrum,tmAtt a limfm m ri TKIt.MS. TsM JtUmn a frmr IX ABVASR-R. Sinj'r rafinhe InJttMim v- mum ittrm in tmm ( U tSumijfidl) rtcrnri. Jos faiTI. . 4 iiiuto tiunlKl " eifrraf rrmvMl!c tents. Theliiipcc!imej.t Trinl. On the 31st uIt.,Mr.Stanbory made a long armiSMDt against the otlmitsibiuty of testi runny an to lien. 'HiijniaB' conversation in the War Deparbneut, on the ground of its want of connection with the subject, lie was ha towed by Messrs. liatlcr, Binghaui and Cur tis, on the other side ; and the finentiwi 1 iog put, the Senate voted to admit the tcftt monv, bv 3'J to 11. Mr. lturloigh was tJjen again called t the otawl and testi...

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 April 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT.( FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 18G8. tr-itrd so olcarlv that it dM Prove the Vrai ?ntS to defeat tic will of Ocm. si dent' intention to mum...... rrp that it wbk admitted ny a vurc 01 10 ..,.vn,u,.u imMuirarara me ijbck rLUUitThoivceii.ts since yesterday havo been i-vre named almve asiin vutin-r orthc neck, apparently while lie was in the f',4 Pbls Flo"r' o demand has liccn quite limi-h-.l rfflSSttanorthot;ti.ny. act ofbtooping'to open the door, hi. latch buLv,,M ' " motion to adjourn, reetiltcd in a tie vote, o-i i l. r"h;r.IitiiT amin sravc a tn-v.te in the affirmative. T.,Io,. miniimiv hni,n to ounclude tlie til alia tllC lniCl iIUNBI .iiim fi'"-' v.do in the affirmative. . r.i. .-.;:..,- n,l it is the , rii'n cM-iiiMiioii ui in. ii .-- . general liolirl that ot cry article i d-ctment is to lie triumphantly euttained. Ti.r Senate lias refused to admit tcj-timony honing illegiil acts of the President not nam- o.l in the Artii-li of Iuin-hment. New York,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 April 1868

THE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PKTCSS. FIUDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 188. (Odds iv (frnds. nrcnking tlic Ico. It MI.-ottourK', lipotfrt d.y. Ami sfafell when the Mien u Cdling : If biply I'd noVpsssol tht vraj, Sbe would havo oome to grief appalling. Rat as itJwas she only mvwl lie r foothi" on thVjrn,tlD; crf ' And tbeugli the ertb the might have V.ii-J, She fell in!o mj a-rai the jewel ' Toe anil who belutts a lost I fell esj .1 straw nnrt clawol it ; .My life wry lib n f"t, Ami yet a Ur'8 &efall thawed it ' Though" she wa dsort and I w tall, I lueWJv ple-jed Mm to "(Ban ; I brele liv accident her fill Her faffing broke the lefelwtwiwi ' ' .SCKAP.N. It i- no blander on Lowell t fall it a Fpindlinfc city. Vh Jk's a candle recmMe a tomb-stir.? Vibea It nt up for late huetmrtd. " Wist is tho dWareWe between a fiery isdiridiml and aliee of bocim? One h raft and the other is raeher." Vir is n raewt bpcominc drew for lore earth? Tho skirt of a wood. Wat does mrasles make on it first ar peecn...

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. — 17 April 1868

I VOL. XXXVI. NEW $1iscrl!anii. Spring. " Mmlum ae crcde." Spring cominf; ! It uncloses Tiny leaves on all the roses ! ?. nwdrop, hyacinth, and crocus, tn inquiring eye can focu? ! Nature fays that Spring is coming And the bees will toon be humming ! Spring is coming ! By degrees Rise tie rows of early peas ! Spring is coming, sure and steady Slugs and snails have come already ! Nature says that Spring's approaching, On the Winter's steps encroaching ! Spring is coming 1 Elm and chestnut Horse, of course and not the best nut l'ut forth buds ; aud larches slender Wear a green that's fresdi and tender ! Nature says that Spring is noaring. Soon the cuckoo you'll be hearing ! Spring is coming ! From their sleeping lieds the tulips now are peeping ! Itirds are singing, blithely winging, 'Mid the swinging branches clinging ! Nature says that Spring is near us That's a prospect which should cheer us ! Spring is coming ! But her pleasing l'romit may end in freezing ! All the bads and blooms...

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. — 17 April 1868

Infill K. (.'. i. H. I- MEKICT. KI1T0RS AND rBOl-KICTBSS. FRIDAY SnilNIXG. APRIL IT. Til K WKKKI.V KKKK l'ltIX , ,,..,.( r ""'"' """"'"' Me Sure. OOLNir am. .ui-a . EDUL0 n,'nlJ fo rtnjtr It a ral.oott FaK.T Jul'BNAL TV ' :ii ras ws .... -7 rWrr ". mi nvVsi fJImmfir adxtrtUtrt. TKKSIS. TtMf " I AVAC- fifiie tmt. for alnrbtmf rote tffty at tie of.c. Ivjmnmttrm wm mottrrtof inttntt i mf of tit .lloitrty.UimtoJ local it IkiHkfitilf Ttctitrt. ! l'iinvu of all tin I'n'W The Impoai-bmeiitTniil. 1, Senate, after having voted five times agatest riveiving the evidence of G. Sher man, objected to by the Managers, changed its be on Monday, and jiartially admitted U, i iiMwrr to a question from Seuator JhiHi. The evidence proved to be aliout 4 bumble to tbe proecntiou a to the do nM lien. Sherman testified t!it -Mr. Johnson offered him the appointment ol Sec. of Warmi inmm. II" said : "tbe President tH not state tbat bin purpiw wa to bring Jio matter into tbe courts, but for tbe pur pose of bav...

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 April 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 18G8. is also reported Gen. Roufecnu will arrive in a few liavf to testify. . The Ttmt'i despatch rajs: It w under flood that Gen. Grant will rwii order eight companies of infantry to I cent to Aiauauw as a permanent ttation. The IVbrAf despatch rajs :--The doubt ful members of the Imiieachnicnt Court, are euough to prevent the conviction of tho Pres ident. Gen. Sherman has Riven a statement to the Indian Committee of the result of his nlwrvntions amonp the Indians in tho A est. It was shown that Gen. Terry had been feed ing the Indians for a month upon Govern ment rations, as he was found with one third nil ire provisions than was required for the li-mips. The query whether it is better poli v to feed or light the Indians was also pre r'i,ted by Gen. Sherman, who aside from nu . , .no and other considerations demonstrated t ( advantage of the feeding process in a pe- ..iry point of view. New York, April 14. A despatch to th...

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 April 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE P.RESS, FRIDAY MUKMAVt, ajt-iaa a.., nsurnnrc. 1 Home Sn.stir:sis,t' Coniiiain (F NEW VnItK Capital ami Snr,iln, $3,7.0,IK0. 8. K. R. WHIP", Age.As. Hartford Fire 2n. Cuiiiimuy OF HARTroRIV (Y1NX. l.fCORPOSATKD - - M'L CnpItnUml Sarjilii-, V,00,(XtO S. A It. S. WIRES, AgcnU. TheSiiH.Coof tfortliAnu'rira op pinr.AiKLPHi . (iMurvornteil I7is4. Oldest Company m the United I'npitHl n u J Surplus 92,000,000 Prfial Ik. grxnted on Stxt-elnM boUdinga, 8. X R. S. WIRES, Agent. S'homiv Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. .X. Capital and Snnlu ? 1.100,700. S. R. . IRIS, A genu. tYiagnra Tire Inmirancc Co. OF NEW V.tRK iij.ltul mill MirplM, 81,500,000. S. A R. S. WlltKS, Agents. LoriHard Vive ItiNiir.'ii's;t'o. OP XEW YORK. Oh pl I h1 ami Surplus I.200,0I. S. 1 R.S HIRES. Aieuls. Springfield I A: ,T!. In. '. OF SPRINGFIELD. MASS. Cn'pitnl find Snrplas $800,000. S. A R. S. WIRES. Apron. International In.Co:np:my OP XKW YORK. CnpllMl huA Snrplas, rfl, 111,000. S. & R. S. ...

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 April 1868

'at7 Cl, "voZT XXXTI. NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV. BURLINGTON, YT,. FRIDAY MORNING, xVPRIL Q-J, 18G8. NUMBER FORTY-THREE. IHiscrllnnn. Spring Concert, r.y van. siconisEV. -v -, - a concert, a concert of gladness and glee, gramme is rich ami tho tickets arc free .-! ml vanlted lull, where there's room and to spare, i." cis light to eat up the oxygen there. u-icians excel iu their wonderful art. i iae compass of voice and the gamut by heart ; 1 traveled abroad in the wintry recess. U, I sung to vast crowds with unwonted suocess, imi cow tis a favor ami privilege rare Z r arrival to hail, and their melodies share. The exquisite minstrels a fashion have set V, hich they hope you'll comply with, and may not regret : Ti ey don't keep late hours, for they've always been told Twr uld injure their voiced and make them grow Old. They invite you to come, if you a have a flnoear, To the garden or grove their rehearsal to hoar ; Their chorus is full ere the sunbeam is born. Their music the sweetest at ...

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 April 1868

3th c C. A. II. l BUXKIHCT. EDITORS AND rnorsisToss. FMOAY MORNING. Al'RIL -M. ltSoe. TIIK WKEKhV FIlKi: I'ltlM i ffNUi.' ttrry TrMqt moruint ; emnlmmf SrxtK, Cwsrr a Locai istrixiurwcr , -ru tf CaMMlDM CATTLE IIARkKT BoSTUX mtd BnaxiMtuN ccmu vareis ,' cmmi saws, neS ttlrat mscsLLAST, Ac., ., wijrrtf cKmlmtrnt to router it vmtumUe Fau.t JocaHAL TV cftaUatn t Fbke run ecctob IW ntpaftrmtkuri,amiit a tkertfw mirs tnOf HHrinraior Metrtttn. THIOLS. rMMnirH advance. Amyfr atpmpt Pmr mdtmlitml rmtet mrlf ml the afiet. i fknmtn mrm mattrrt Mm( n any of Ike Q$l(mf tww, frm orf mi aff UndtwtU kWm srerfiX. Jos himu U Hit ermtnl in tkt bat mnr Mrf an rratmUt (rmu. The ("worse of the Trial. If we have given less Brace than tone of .' if readers saay havedesired, to the details f the evidence offered pro and con, ia the trial of tbe 1 "resident, it if because we con - der the proceedings in the .Senate Chamber t he mainly a matter of form. Mr. John nan Las been already tried and convicted be mr...

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 April 1868

Coinmcrrial. STOCKS. New York, April G. M, L39J N. Y. Central, I vV ..r-n nnTv 1124 Erie. '".vaufij's, 112 Hudson River, " gj, 110 Mich. Stutliern, " '65, lH " Central, " new issue, KM Illinois "' 10-408, I02j Chicago R- 7-Tos, ltWl Reading-, 131) 91 i- CAMKRIDCE CATTLE MARKET. Causi'idce, April 19. XT OF LH STora AT MARKET. Cattle. Sbecp A Lambs. Swino Tin- week 475 2?0 9AV) I.-i-t w.xk .W9 3635 'oo ! r :u t. 162 1231 Pnctsof Market Beef Extra, $14 73 s IS ; first nlt i:t5iii4; secursl quality, 112 uo 013 10 "i qual t.i, flu or II I'r.eos of store Cattle W rking Oxen, t nair . iiU J2S0 300. i Ich Cows and Calvus, from J37, , :s, to $s, . irlings $J 4r30; two year olds, ?30 43, car obis ft", tfoi. i'.-.oes of sheep and Lambs In lots, $3 50, 3 " ?l,$l2.i each; extra.$.ar 5-00 orfromSt.Fc f 10. Spring Lambs, ft) 00. Veal Calve , $1 $12. HUH, Cj a Sc PU. TaUow, 7 0 8C fi). iVIu. $1 liStoiamieaeli. CailjU. s,180Hc V B. I'rieesof Poultry Extra a ale; prime IS)1 ; A 17 0 lee ; medium none...

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 April 1868

(Odds & (finds. On Use loth Uy of April, 1E85, at 7:20 a.m. Akraiiah Lincoln ytutel peacefnlly awl nnooii feieusly to his rewnrJ. Oh, slow to smite and swift to spare, Gentle, and nxrofal, and just '. Who in the fcar of God, did'st beiir The ewortl of power nation' trust. In sorrow by thy bier we stand, A rail tic ana tint huttee all, Aw! ape i the anguish of a land That shook with horror at thy all. Thy Uek is done the bouml are free W bear thee to an honored grave, Whose proudest monument shall be The broken fetters of Ute slave Pen waa thy life : h bloody dose Bath placed thee with the sons of light. Among the noble host of those Who perished in the ante of right. SCRAPS. Soetety, like a garment, is full of " Oh, Stabte, where is thy Ftctory : oh, 'Rom, where is UiySTyng!" exclaims the Chicago 1'ott. A lady of more wealth than culture ap plied to a Boston bookstore recently for Dick ens' novel, " David Copperhead." " Do vou believe in the sppearance of .?" " No," said Josh. "...

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. — 1 May 1868

VOL. XXXVI. NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV BURLINGTON, VT,. FRIDAY MORNIXG, INI AY 1, 18G8. NUMBER FORTY-FOUR. epsrrilami. From tho Atlantic Mentlily. In the Twilight. BT JAMES BUSSELL LOWELL. Men say the sullen instrument That, from the Master's bow, With pangs or joy or woe, Feels music's soul through every fibre tent, Whispers the ravished strings More than he knew or meant. Old summers in its memory glow ; The secret of the wind it sings ; It hears the April-loosened springs, And mixes with its mood All it learned when it stood In the murmurous pinc-wood Long ago ! The magical moonlight then Steeped every bough and cane ; The roar of the brook iu the glen Came dim from the distance Mown ; The wind through its glooms sang low. And it swayed to and fro, Full of dreams as it stood In the wonderful wood Long ago ! 0, my life, have we not hadrcaaras That only said live and rejoice T That a eked not for causes aril reasons, Hut made us all feeling and veicc ? When we went with tho winds in thei...

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. — 1 May 1868

C. &: 11. I BENEDICT. EDITORS AND ritOI"It!ETOK. FRIDAY MOUXIXO. MAY 1. THE WKEKI.V VllV.K flll" ruMWIrrf ftrry Jrstojr mmrnfmt ; tvntstng fir STAtl, CuCMV AMI I-HAL IMIUIUM1,-V f C.A WBailM. IS CATTLK MAHKET BosTuX Mi Uimuxm ocvnu bambw; jknem. j.ews, , .rf.tfrt vi-eMJJMr, i- J fjisr coinhirfto wr W Fa-T JocasAL 7 c.ri.Ii. I' FBKI !'dm tkmtmf .yjr. '' tmenfmn "'- oJW wMiir aAwrtatn. TElt.MS. TtimlhmrrmTt ABTA.1CS. Sjle tftttjtr W aArmy rfs RS.'jf f ;tknnMM mmi MHKn mf ntmit f f tkmmtfutlf rtcrmd. Jam riUTlN mil limit txtcvtft im the tnt i term. The Impeachment Trial After tin Lour or two client in motions of virions kinV, in legard to the request of the managers to file or deliver speeches, ttie Sen ate Wednesday afternoon decided to allow all, hath counsel and managers, U deliver speech es orally Mr. Boutwell for the managers ejmmencad to read hit: oration from printed dips. He spoke all the afternouu anl part Of tbe day Thursday. Mr. Nelson for the President then commenced at...

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. — 1 May 1868

r-Read the advertisement of Proctor's Grub ixtcrminstor. Ifa a sure thing. A Woxihmtl Discover, r. If you lave an offensive discharge from the head, nostrils ob .strttvte.1, or dry, partial loss of hearing or sme. hn?. pain ovcr the eje, a substance sticking in ihctliro-it, affecting thcoicc. If yon have a Cough, a Sore Throat, or Dyspepsia, get Dr. Kennedy's "Permanent Cure for Catarrh." It ,. i thorough course of treatment and completely eradicates all of the above symptoms of this ii ,,,( iiwuw, ami is curing t.ious.inil. of ,:-. it 1m lia.Ilieoo.ue discouraged itli snuffs -iion rtutioni. Sold liy all Druggists. ,ti. r.irnrs & Co., X. Y., General Agent?. " Onward, right onward. Into the Valley of Death, nodctbe Six Hundred." I tij-vr, liy hundreds multiplied into niil ihau the doomed band who rede to swift t 111 1 iiiiij Min it poem, i the great i le t.f unhappy men wlio are rushing to graw, f.. 'lotted by the g.iunt spectre . -ia. This is all wrong, and should cease. n Hitte...

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. — 1 May 1868

BURLINGTON, VT., Fill E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1808. THE tiMds & Grnds. The fiiburb of lfct"i rui' ""H thin : Sdb-lmlf. Mr. Stanbery continues sick, but the Im rxnchment Managers have pit "Iliutwell. IVentieo aJriw that, if a bull, a dilemma, and a gla.-t of whiftcv are jilane.1 lrinyiu, try not to lake either liorn. " Father, why djii't we ever see any faces at the window?" asked a son of his iian-ntal as tbey were pawing an insane asylum. " I'e canse their bead are all turned," was the reply. WTian a certain facetious doctor was asked hw they onuhl emnmemorate tlie dincoTerer of eiwr. be replied, ' Wry pimple. One pe3etil! Two Matnes! "Morton here! Jackson there ! I'lidemeath the -.iniple in scription " To Kthei '"' Our Irishman siyf it Ih much less difficult to -sunt brown ej-es than either Mack or blue enef. Pros-ed for n inifoii, he nllepee that TOiciii paint the brown ones more " hazel ly." A ebild in an Engiieh Sunday seliool, Ic ing called upon to sav her text, ji...

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