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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 May 1868

"vOL. XXXVI.' NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV. BURLINGTON, m tfliscrllancous. A Sons for Spring. ri vicfind her, how shall wc sing to t , r hands round her knees, and cling ? i's heart were as fire and could spring '.' r, t ' the strength of the stream that - ir and winds are unto her mi.t, as songs of the harp-player ; . : ih n stars and the fallen cling to her, ' t'n outhwcst wind and the west wind . n mloi 'a rains and ruins arc over, V. I all the season of snows and sins ; . hv div iding lover and lover, Thf light that loses, the night that wins ; i 1 uuie rcmemliered is grief forgotten, n I fin-i- are slain and Ilowers liegottei , 'i I m pntn underwood and cover, liWoui by blossom, the spring licgins. "Kiss Me Quick nml Co." The leaTe-taking was very affecting. On : irtmg from Mr. Dickens, Mr. Field, his Bos- : i, publisher, bending towards him, kissed M 1'i.kens affectionately on the cheek. Evening P,jr." T'jc snn is sinking fast, Charles, Ami day will soon be o'er. v hen Sandy Hook is p...

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. — 8 May 1868

H. k. It. I- BENEDICT. KUITORS AND rROfRlETORS. "-FRIDAY MOUSING. MAV8. lSfiS The Trial of the rreddent. The arguments of managers and counsel are ended, and the verdict in the Impeachment trial will now soon be rendered. Though -mors of probable acquittal, started by the IW.dcnt's friends, multiply, wc st.U e no reason to doubt his final conviction That there has been considerable bitter feeling be tween Mr. Keesendcn and Mr. Sumner and Kome other leading radicals in the innate and that they cften disagree, is true; but that Mr. Fesscnden.as one of the Judges who U to render sentence, f""n of the arguments not only prepared but pro mulrated an opinion in favor of acquittal, seemed too intrinsically improbable to lo ere ditcd.end the story is now contradicted Other Senators would doubtless much prefer some other man than Mr. Wade, for Mr. Johnson's immediate successor. But that "the S- - e can allow it to be established, that d Andrew Johnson of all men, w put himself above the laws...

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. — 8 May 1868

THE BUBLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1868. The Snm Siiearlvc. at Sbclburno on Wed nwday was a very successful affair. Wc are n JrfrT a Tcnort of it. till next week. v M Hm attention of our read ers in Wcrtford and .icinity, to the advertise ment of L. W. Brisliani. to le found in an other column. It will !c seen that Mr, Brigham is newly equipped fresh from mar ket, and doubtless will as heretofore supply lie wants of his customers to their entire rattfaction. Momituer. A meeting of business men l Montpelier was held Tuesday evening in Vhalf of tlioXew England Express company. iti3 the following gentlemen chosen mtnittec to solicit subscriptions to the stock -J. ". Ellis, Calvin Robinson and N. K Uniwn, R-qrs. At the sale of pews in Christ Church, last neck, the amount of rent amounted t i .ilxiut 2500, with six pew rcmainin; ettorcnt. Tho first choice fell to Krcd E. Smith, at $40 premium ; the second to J V. Elli-j, at $4"i, which wn the highest premium bid. It ...

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. — 8 May 1868

Odds & Cuds. SCRAPS. Tin 'he way forlicaux Gal-way.-leircr tllnn life -laciiionable funeral". I (rarer Staiidins order with iK-pgars l'rcrent alum. What kind of a iJiivi lias two mate and no captain ? Courtr-hiti. Wlcit is taken from ymi lieforc wu get it? Yir jwrtrait. A Western in per iiruj5es John .Morritt-cy Kir tlic lVoicienev ; not ljecauK lie is the mne-ttit, Un iKwaiifc he has " lit" tlic mt. (Jen. Sherman', in writing to a friend in (,nimW,Ohio,vsor the Ivana lwtel. tint ' their iffieo i three dollars a day, Unrdund lodging extra." Nioec - " I'm writing to Clara Smith. Aunt, dial 1 I toy anUhing from you?" Aunt Youmavgieher my love, dear. How 1 do dit-likc that girl, to be t-iirc !"' A woman in Brooklyn jnireliatod a (mart ir milk and found a flnall fiiJi twimming in it. The milkman stated lie thought the cow inm-t hate fnvnllowod the fish. Tapper wrote peven Milted (-taiiias on the lnet of irac aesumed inartjn- recently dug up at Smithfield. Subrwjurnt imot-tig-.ition ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 May 1868

C mnty Clerk VOL. XXXVI- NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV. BURLIXGTOX, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY lo, 18GS. NUMBER FORTY-SIX. The Pl.iutiiig or the Apple Tree. BY WILLIAM CULLEX BETAXT. let as plant the apple-tree ! ao tlic tough greensward with the spade; v ie let its hollow bod be made; 1 ',i re gently lay the roots, and there - ft the dark mould with kindly care, i d press it o'er tbem tenderly, ' -, r.iund the sleeping infant's feet, V. softly fold the cradle-sheet ; So plant we the apple-tree. N hat plant we in the apple-tree? Buds, which the breath of summer days Shall lengthen into leafv sprays ; Boughs, where the thrush with crimson breast bhall haunt and sing and hide her neat. )Ve plant upon the sunny lea A shadow for the noontide hour, A shelter from the summer shower, When we plant the apple-tree. What plant we in the apple-tree? Sweets for a hundred flowery springs, To load the May-wind's restless wings, When, from the orchard-row, lie pours Its fragrance through our open doors; A wo...

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. — 15 May 1868

TPIE BURLINGTON, VT, FRI E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 18G8. G. G. A. U. I- HEXED1CT. EDITORS AND proi'rietors. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 10. 1SCS. Tlio Situation at Wnhinstoii. The change in the prospects of Iinpoacli tticnt is pretty sudden, and not particularly cheering, lill Tuesday the mass of the jxople of all parties were undoubtedly ex pecting the conviction of the President. To day there i joyful certainty of his acquittal in the minds of all rebels and rebel sympa thizers, and anxious and despondent doubt of his conviction in the minds of many, of mast, doubtless, true liearted republicans. There are 54 Senators and it will takc30 votes to convict. Of the 51 twelve are Democrats, nnd to acquit Mr. Johnson seven Republi cans must vote with these twelve. It would heem that Messrs. Fessenden, Grimes, Truin lmll and Henderson practically followed Doolittle and Dixon into the camp of the President. Three more are required to make up tlie seven. Then; tlirce ubt eotne from wren men...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 May 1868

iVI?AVS OF THE WEEK. nr TELEGRAPH. New Yoek. May 7 A Havana (-pedal i-tates that advices from aa (-ncaal Mates mat. buvicco vm rt that a shock of earthquake w ay nicbt, April 23. lilitarr colonies are to be estiblish- Mexico report felt Saturday 1 cd in the north of Mexico. Several arrests of 11.111, Uliuui. luiiy.nvi' .iii, i. " htill in jail. Order bad not vet been restored in ?inah and d'uerriero. and revolutions a err reported in several other States. Juarez and ( abinet were at Uliapultcpce. inuniT jiavana (iespatcn (-a me -linen- vv- "u iievcrNiry ui acquit, tne l'res un Consul licntine ilemriniiinl the removal nf dent. A careful examination nf tlir- liist.in- i. I'. in. the shipping master of the port from i ,:nt Valmasaba, who is acting Captain rni durimr Lersuncli salencc. almas- n pueu mat lie woum not. Uarcia was -ted and imprisoned 3 days for assault on tine, but ras lailcd out. Mr. Seward telegraphs the Consul that i-auit will lie redressed the moment that paion wmch he...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 May 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FRI' E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1868. Ui. Slsstsfonce Sssorinlion Let u care for ilm who shall have borne tlio bat tle, and for hi widow and orphans. Pns. Lincoln. Vermont soi-dieiiv Assistance Association, Permanently organized under the Auction L oftkt State of Vermont, citk the special furpoie d delerwmlsi to .-i.vn ASSIST ThpSiefc, Wounded, Disabled Soldici, ASP 7k HUtw Orpkmu of Sorters. OFFICERS OF THE ASBOCLVTIQN : PrestfoK-Odi- GEO. r. HBTKR. r TTe-tort-W W. W. IIhbt, CoL Besom acouc TVetswcr-C. 0. lOCOLS. CmUc Fix N"-1 Bent, NortB Bmntagton. SecreUr, Jtr-J. OWM, Qari- Mtnl-r Pbwrtat Vermont. S.p't Concert rtrrt-U.-Co. TV. II. CADT. SoUiT1 CmmmilU tadiatriomte CkarUtUe Fund OA. Cm. It. Jovc,Col. Js. II. WiuutiDoi, aai Capt. Jons Jastuaxs. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS Of the money realised by the Association from the mU of tickets on the following schedule, to be dlstri b uted among the sick, wounded, mod disabled soldiers, and widows sad orphans of soldier...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 May 1868

VOL. XXXVI. NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY i2Q, 18G8. NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN f i i i i 1 M miscellaneous Jephthnh and hi Daughter. Two mighty armies contending en a battle-field tach striving with all 01 Human power To force its opposing foe to yield. One leader cried," 0 Lord, I pray thee, t'nto me, this day, give tlie victory, let not mine enemy conquer roc And when to my home I return at night, hatever shall first come forth to greet me, TLatwill I slay in the sunset's light. And render it a thank offering to thee, E'en though it be a precious treasure. Yet burned on the altar it shall be." God listened to the groat man's cry And gave to him a glorious victory And recorded his vow in tlte book on high. Jephthah conquered bis mighty foe. And proudly leaving the field of battle Turned himself to his home to go. When to the city lie was very near. He looked to see who first should greet him. Behold Alas ! It was his daughter dear. 0 how could be take that swe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 May 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., Fill E PHESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 39, C. & B. I BENEDICT. EPITORS AND TKOrRIETOES. FRIDAY MOUSING. MAY 1808. The Vote. The rote on the eleventh article of im minent, on Saturday, resulted in the ac quittal of the President-one less than the reqtrwte two-thirds laving voted guilty. This articles the one which in substance chnrees.Ma misdemeanor, that the I resi dent declared that Congress as now constitut ed i n- a legal l.idj.t.. the end that he Brtgta crnnT out only such laws as. he raw fit to approve'; and violated, in pursuance of ncii dilatation, the aet of March, 1867. the Tenure -of-OSce act, and the Reconstruction aet. , ... .,.1:11.. .Be..iiurder that this .uubevied fcrt, which was agreed the reason prvMbly being that on this Here was mt hope that the President would eor.ticted. The cann.wng during the ,-inSandT.reTio.i ..nwon had been as Vw:..!mi c-ltB about as c . aeni W idey was generally t 10 I ti.e i.n.btfU man, on the turn i vvfawe vote the res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 May 1868

Guatv pi. THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 22 18G8. vi n e nv THE WEEK .1 li V .ZT " ' " BV TELEGRAPH. BV THE CABLE. Lo.NDO.v, May 15 In the House of Commons last night the Mil mnrpd lv Mr. uiaiistone wj r"" making appointments in the Iru,h Churcn M.vi tn iti final rcadinc. Tlic bill is to re main in effect until tho lft of August, lSuJ. Late and important despatches have been : 1 r,. 'Umn Tim rivil war W.18 r:miilr TiiYwraitnl. The annT 01 tnc ka'do had arrived at a joint near jeddo. THE FLORIDA ELECTION- Washington", May 14. Dispatches to Gen. Grant from Jackson' pllc.May 14th, state that thirty-four counties pre 5000 majority for tho constitution, and t r Harrison Kecd. the Republican candidate ' r Governor, 7000 maionty. The Legisla ture is three-quarters Republican. Xew York, May 18 The Tunes Washington despatch says : There is a scheme to pass Impeachment by v.ites of Senators to be admitted from South ern States. Another proposition is made to hring in all...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 May 1868

t THE BURLINGTON," VT., FBI E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 22, 18G8. THE HEAD IS the vital part of men, and should be ffTT oaredlor. A neat lUTor Cap is W to the .bead, graceful in appearance, and comfortable wmiaii ana should 1 carefully selected. We have paid especial oircr.Iion in the selection of our SPRING STYLES of HATS 4 CAPS, be LAKU EST as well as the LOWEST IX r KICK I ercr brought to Burlington "'VjfTt'fS and all can sate koset by giving us a call, ai . 3 Bank Block. COLVER A TURK. CHANCE OK TIME. Important to Travellers. ,X and aftsr Moncay. April r. train. Trill lea as 0 iS&sa not very earefulaboot triXTS. paMJebHd .otter l&"!, ttonoi the heat as - bare cow on hand the LARGBPT STOCK OF TRUNKS. VALISES, LEATHER BAGS. Mae of novel construction soluble for laiie. and eentiemen , ever hrootLht to Vermont. The shove good', as w el. as bats and caps, we male a taour tiade, aod we will sell them at Nctv York Wholesale Pricei. Can and be convinced, at No. 2 and 3 iVlock....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 May 1868

i9 VOL. XXXVI. NEW Siliscrllnncotts. A Great Man. BV OWEN MEREDITH. That man is great, and lie alone, Who serves a greatness not his own. For neither praise nor pelf : Content to know and bo unknown : tVhole in himself. Strong is that man, he only strong, To whose well-ordered will belong, For service and delight. All powers that, in the face of Wrong, Establish llight. And free he is, and only he, Who, from his tyrant passions free. By Fortune undismayed. Hath power upon himself, to lie Ily himself obeyed. If such a man there be, where'er Beneath the sun and moon he fire, He cannot fare amiss. Great Nature hath him in her care; Her cause is his : Who holds by everlasting law, Which neither chance nor change can flaw : n hose steadfast course is on With whatsoever forces draw The ages on : If such a man there be, where'er Beneath tlie sun ami moon he fire, Iledoth not fare alone, lie goeth girt with cohorts, powers, The monarch of his manful hours, Whoe mind's his throne. He owes no...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 May 1868

0 I G. tz 1$. I- HEXED I CT. EDITORS AND proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 2'.'. 1S08. I'or Preside"'. ITIjYSSES s. ckast, or ILLINOIS. Tor Vice President, SCIH'yiiER COLFAX, or INDIANA. The Hesponse to the .Nominnt.ons. g It has rcpcaieaiy uikuu lt frwdavs of a presidential canvass, and tlin nresenoc of immediate danger of a dem- ociatic triumpli, to thoroughly fuse oppos ing opinions, sink all feuds and nito all factions in our party. Hut the nominations and platform made at Chicago are received at the ouUet with a united and hearty ac claim from all republicans of even- shade, whieh aSbrds the happiest augury of a sweep ing republican victory in the Fall. The New York Times and Inlntne, seiuom ngre uu hi nythmg, ot late yean, unite ... of Grant. Colfar and Victory." inunow Weed, in the Commercial, ceases to forebodo republican defcnts.declares that all tlie clouds have Doen swept away by the actiou at Chi- Cflgo and sees tho republicans. victorv m tho air ior Tho Boston Journal, A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 May 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 20 1868. KBITS OF TDE WEEK BV TELEGRAPH. New York. May 2Gth. A Washington epccial kijp, it was a great dirarpointmcnt to the crowds 01 iibicnc that Jlutler did not gie the names of the threo Senators alluded to as being couniou on by the corruptionists ns suitable material to operate upon. Another detTntch nvs no one liei e after hearing to-day's report believes the President was lioneftly" acquitted. There is more tes timony than that which came out to-dajr and hidc of the most damaging to the President wasnotcicn alluded to. Sunset Cox swore that he was offered a fie to engage in this Senator buvinc busine-s but although lie dc- , ;med to enter into such negotiations he con tinued to act to a certain extent with them. The committee on Senator Henderson's tf have taken some testimony damaging to as honor. Four of the Missouri delegation wear that he told them he knew the l'reti- jrnt would make a Republican cabinet and give all h...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 May 1868

THE BURLINGTON, T., FRE E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1868. (Trorlicnr, (Efr. PAPER HANGINGS. WINDOW SHADES, lYevr Styles for Spring. J ITAVB now on exhibition A Lnrse A- Mngnlflcent Assortment ef designs, which will be retailed at FACTORY PRICES'! FltE.VCll CHI.VA Tea Sets&Chamberware (In plain gold, and colored band.) for silo at LOWEST IMPORTATION' PRICES Z I ALSO, A NEW & ELF.GANT PATTERN or III OX STOXH WAKE, SILVER PLATED WARE, Plated en nickel silver and fine white metal. Also, ALA EG B ASSORTMENT OF Ice 1 it cherts, Kxtra plate and new patterns. C. NELLIS. April 7th. China Hall. Burlington. the heai X3 tie rltal part of men, and should be properly oared for. A neat IlAior Cap Is easy to the head, r-r-vftil In RTiTn'&ranee. and comfortable withal : and should be carefully selected. We hare paid especial attention in the selection 01 our SPJilXG STYLES of IT ATS If CAPS, .mi wa rcn tmlv wv to tho Tjublic that our stock contains some of the ckoicsit liats and cap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 June 1868

ti 1 VOL. NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV. BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5. 18GR. NUJIBER FORTY-NINE. jlliscrilancous. VWiItticr to Colfax. t iux. ' well chwcu to f resile ' tr Freedom' Congress, and to guide, ' . mc nlin holds the reins of fate, I . urrent i.f its groat debate ; uptcd by one too wise and good, i fair, V itbal, tu lie withstood, i'. fp'in nar Northern river banks, - nd t tlice iny hearty thanks i ill the patience which has borne in wary toot of Bunkum's horn, : - kissing rf the Copperhead, !..! Folly dropping words of lead ! -i 1' wisely ready when the scale .'Imp poised to make the right prevail, Nil! foremost, though Secession a head crashed, with scornful heel to tread JTic life out from its writhing tail ! As wise, firm, faithful to the end God keep thee, prays thy sincere friend. Jou.n G. Whittifb. Aide i ti Swill-Cart. The followinc fro fi Harvard Adiocale, i-an attempt at an impisaibility to bur-l.-me Walt Whitman's poetry Incomprehensible swill-cart ' are yM aw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 June 1868

$tic 4m rfss. G. 4. II. I- HKXEBICT. EDITORS AND rROfKlETOCS. FRIDAY MORNING. JCNE 5. 186S Tor President, UIjYSSES S. fiKAIVT, OF ILLINOIS. I'or Vice President, SCIirVBiEK COLS' AX. OF INDIV.VA. Gcn.Grniil's Position. Gen. Grant's speech and letter of accept ance of bis nomination are characteristically brief, yet comjjrebensiTe and to the point. A man of few words,be waste? none, in com ing directly to the point, and hi position is as dear a if he had talked an liour and written column. He says : " I endorse the remlutionv." This is saying: I am in fcror of equal suffrage : I consider repudia tion a national crime ; I favor reduction of taxation, strict economy, and purity in our finance ; I would protect the right of our naturalized citrons, and I favor the removal of dtnpialificatiow from the late rebels in the mm measure as their spirit of loyalty and consistent with the safety of the loyal people. Geo. Grant says alio : "I shall have no lolicy of lay own to enforce against the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 June 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FRIE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1868. - ti.m -;il lw n vacation oftho ..CATI0. - . Ttnrl Rc!ncs College from June loth to W 1ft when tl.c inetitution will ojmi with n,rrnl al and visor. Communications i i iu ..iin'rinr nt Unrlin!rton will HdUlTTtf'CT ill. HUj't- --- Cl receive an curly reply. NEWS ITEMS. ri. tl, flr this rear wa? the eoldeft ltvdim. and the vvct- Miunii iui ' J - tett hy over two inches of water. That the ".Vhiekcv tax can l.e latter cu'lect- c than it has leen. is evidenced by the fact that in New Vork. during the lat twelve uv, $112,G4'J were received by the revenue Bvcrs for whiskey tax under the new system i taxation, more than onc-tluril ot the wlioic . eijts tlic past year. IVtcr Van .""em, an old and well-known .,-en ol Trov. was drowned sunuav niom- z. by the uin-etting of a sail limit. I.x-l'resident James Unclianan (lied at his r.-idenoe at Wheatland, at half iii-t cilit .'. l.K-k A.M., .lime 1st, aftcran illness offour . ks in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 June 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 5, 1868. gllr's nsiranrc Lijfncjt. INSURANCE AGEXCT. jEtna Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CO.Y.Y. CASH ASSKTS, - - I,S33,S13. v nllanhatlan Ix. Company of .vEir von nr. cash assets, - - 4i.oo3.oos. Roger Williams Ins. Co. OF PROriDE.YCE, R. I. CASH ASSETS, - - - V-'OO.OOO. I'henix Insurance Comp'y OF BROOKLY.Y, A". r. CASH ASSKTS. - - 1.53S,80 Vermont .llulual F. In. Co OF MO.YTPELIER, VT. OA PITA I. (Premram Notes) over 42,000,000 .lTuluat Benefit JAfe In. Co. OF .YE WAR IT, -V. J. CASH ASSETS, - - 414,250,000 Real t Personal Properly Insured on rnvornlilo Terms. ry bwi equitably Rested and promptly paid at Oils aencj. C. J. ALGER, Agent. BarUngto-i, Vt, March 31. dtf. XOVEI.TV I'Al'BR BOX CO XASCTACTCIIEBSASD DEI LEES IS AH Kinds of Plain A: Fancy Boxes, 170 Washington St., Ro-ton. Orttri rt'ptetfully solicited. Promptnttt and tat- xsfouion varretntei. H. W. WRIGHT. May 11th. dim Ttlisrcllnnfous. ROior.li. New Store! New Goods...

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