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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 June 1868

"aat7Cl9tkJ " iff VOL NEW SERIES. VOL. XIV BURLINGTON, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE la, 18GS. NUMBER FIFTY. ttiscclliuicous. Suect Siitcen. The following pleasing verses were never pub slied before their present appearance among the saubeams. They were written in Manchester, U., several years ago, for a beautiful young Trojan, by a distinguished member of the Ver mont bar, who inherited rare talent as a jury advocate, and only woou the muses semi-occa-r.onally and in secret. .V. Y. Sun. I. Tear lady, when I look at one So lovely and to loved as you, From wliose young life has. not yet gone The rose's blush, the morning's dew, I sigh to think otall the years Whose failing memories rise between This and the time, when long ago, I lost my heart to Svveet Sixteen. Prate as they may of wiser thought, 0 f cooler blood and steadier brain, Of earnest wisdom dearly bought By anxious care and deadening pain : In all the years Old Time can bring In all the longest life has seen. There are no hope...

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. — 12 June 1868

1 " " - TPIE BUELINGTON, VT., FRE E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE IS, 1808. , ,. .- ;, 4. uj M- lie dgm ra.'. G. C. &. H. I BENEDICT. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. FRIDAY MORXLN'G. JUNK 12, 1S6S. I'or President. LTBiYsSKs S. KAAT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, SCISUYMUC COLFAX. or isdusa. ISefUlriienn i'nioii state Convention. A BepaMioaa t'nion State Convention will be hold atBrRUX6To.,on Wbdsesoat, Jra.r 1st, 186-, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to nominate Candid; tM tor Gover uor, Lieutenant Governor aad Treasurer, to bo rap ported at the State election in September next ; aim o nominate two Presidential electors at large, to be tnaeriad in the coming Presidential election. Tbe Benubllcan Union voters of this State arc in ea to be represented in the Convention by tbclr -fie- to be ehoaen upon Um basis of one dele troni each town, and an additional delegate fur - one hand red and fifty votes east for the Be ta candidate for Goicrnorat the last State I legates or their Substitutes will pro...

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. — 12 June 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 18G8. CONGKTS. T SENATE A AsmvcTON, June - - The bill for the admiseiou of rebel States vac taken up, and debated by J!b llkc" ;1nd .auUllrv in oj,poeition, and advocated bv Jlr. Morton, who gave notice a.f an nuui ti'.i.al pr-n won, which he jir.'ed to prc Niit at the proper time, making it the duty ,rtlie .eerseomnianiinRil'edit-t"Ctto al l.,w all officers elected under the new consti tution and not dr-ijtialified, o le installed within 120 dans alter the election, and to prntti t them in" the iliM-harge of their duties, the Kaid officers to deemed provisional inh- aud subject to L'nited States autliority until the prn it-intus of thin act are complied with. The delate was continued, mainly upon the propriety of including Alabama in the hill. I luring the ducuHeion, the feigning of the ! till to admit Arkansas was announced by the Chair. It now goes to tbe IVenidcat. HOUSE. A resolution was oSered by Mr. ShcllatMrger, of Oh...

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. — 12 June 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FME PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1808. I R. WAKRBX'S MLLIOUS HITTERS GREAT and Itcpulntor. V nth-recommended to the pubUc as a cure I . r omplaint, Jaundice, Biliousness, llyspep 1 1 1 now, Files, Colds and Term, Headache, Eruption, on the skin, Humors of the L -s ofi 1 f Wetknm, nobility, and all . it hi 1 1 In pure Blond, Imperfect or u t.-.I oire . 1- .11 r a deranged or diseased eon tl.eSf 1' I. r, K iilpej s and Bowels. U ! I '.11 1 I I' iy DESPAIR .' 1-1 11 r Dr. Warren's Bilious Bitters. The 1 t will convince yon that yon bare at tin right medicine. Price 50 cents and ' -1 i A PERRY, Chemist, Boston, Proprietor. M. S. 11 I" K R .V CO.. K F. MOST STREET, BOSTON, GEYERAL ACEVTS. ile by all Dealers In Medicines. Af grg oods. IL, "T-OTH A.YI) ROLLS. W.J A iV i HI Til FERRS- Hl i "'.' IM.V7 i T . 3 I- V tl A IV . .i all Khose having - n.-w fitting up bih ! Custom goods, - i'i.1ion. Ana that , i.r ail desoriptionr, ' 1' th and atreason 1. Ih.wing styles tor ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 June 1868

ZTZT smiES. VOL. XIV. " BURLINGTON, VT., PRIDAyIiOKNING, JUNE 1&,1808. NUMBER FIFTY-ONE. WJ.J. -v..--v J.. - ' ! Trom Washington. lisfcllann Sequel to Mnud Mnllcr. M iui Muller all that summer day Tited the meadow sweet with hay ; let. looking down the distant lane, ?lie hoped the Judge would come again ; But when he came, with smiles awl bow, Maud only blushed and stammered, ' Ha-ow?" And spoke of her "pa," and wondered whether He'd give consent tbey should wed together. OW Mailer burst in tears, and then Begged that the Judge would lend hint "ten ;" For trade was dull and wages low, And the "crops" this year somewhat slow. i knjiiiL ....... J ............ - 1 talking to merchants and clerks. They will contradict you, and in effect, give you the I lie, and custom compels you to take it all in ! good humor. Now this is entirely wrong, And ere the languid summer died. Sweet Maud became the Judge's bride. But on the day that they were mated Ural's brother, Bob, was intoxicated ; A...

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. — 19 June 1868

A Taw ,- , ,. , Y THEf BURLINGTON, VT.," ;FEEE-rPEESS, FRIDAY MOENING, JUNE 17, C. 4: B. I BENEDICT. EDITORS AND rEOTOIETORS. FRIDAY MORXIXQ. JUNE 17, 1S63. THE WEEKI.V FREE PRFS Ii ruWi'htd.titry Friday mommy; amtainj the State, Coextv axd Local rsiELLiGExcE , 'rports Cam zuudge cattle market and of Boston and BOKLl.VGTON GENERAL MARKETS ; GENERAL NEWS, mB itttcttt MISCELLANV, Ac, m tterjtktnj cefcufelrrf to rtnirr it a vabimUt Fakilt Jocbxal TKtrirtvlatvm of tkt Free Press tietedi tkatcf atfjUf'T in lilt rafivi, and It l tUrtfore on unn Mlgel ntftfr m or at i err M erf . TERMS. TMlmivls ADVANCE. 4ie tapmfttt Mali. Imtrmlion upon, mtltert of murctt in any oftk uijmniaf Imu, item o iecei ntw a tiniif rill it thntUy ttctiui. Jos PsiSTIKG of fat tiecuted m ff ( mtWHraU o rtonaklt trrmt. Tor President, ULYSSES S. CRAAT, OF ILLINOIS. 1'or Vice President, SUIillYLEH COLFAX, Or INDIANA. Republican I'liion Mate Convention. A Repnbliean Union State Convention will bo held at Bcrungton, on W...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 June 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK. BY TELEGRAPH. New York, June 17. Gold 1403 AVajcincton', June 10, 'OS. In the Senate the bill admitting the South cm States was taken up, the question being on the amendment by Mr. Sherman to strike jut the condition imposed on Georgia, of craping from her Constitution the provisions again-t the enforced payment of contracts made prior to June, li-05, the amendment was rejected. Mr. Trumbull moved to strike out Alabama, and Mr. Edmunds followed in purport of the proportion. The motion Mas rejected by eight majority. Mr. Sumner delivered an able speech on re construction in general, and characterized pome of the t-peeches that hav c been made in opjiOMtion to the bill as the echoes of Slavery, to which Mr. Ituckalew replied. Mr. Morrill of Vermont closed the debaie at 10 1-2 o'clock. The bill was jiiepod by 31 to 5, the negatives being all Democrats. Xewiicrvi'Ort, June 12. Mr. Daniel Merrill, of Rowley, a man 70 years of age, was found dead this morning in the wate...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 June 1868

i&uls & (Ends. Theodore Winthrop. KiuxD at Geeat Betoel, Jrn 10, ISol. Haw often in the EtrangcoU days. Before the war's sharp Eummons blew, Wc strolled through all these woodland wajE, While loud the bluebird eang and flew ! How gaily of a thousand things talked ; and rustling through the leave?. Wc eang the tengs of other spring;, And dreamed the dreams of summer eves I To this bold height our footsteps came, Oar eyes beheld that distant sea; To-dav 1 sit and call his name, Ami know he will not answer me. O friend, bevond this voice of mine, Beyond these eyee, this baffled hand, Immortal in a youth divine, Itsothy gracious figure stand. We do not count each other lost. Divided though oar ways may be; Two ships by different breezes tost. Still sailing the familiar sea. No cbad of death can long obscure. Nor touch with any doubt or fear, The love that keeps the old faith pore. Contested whether there or here. Harper's H'eaWy. 0. W. C. SCRAPS. The sip most liked by the ladies...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 June 1868

'int VOL NEW SERIES, VOL. XIV BURLINGTON, FRIDAY MORNING, ,ILTNE 1HG8. NUMBER FIFTY-TWO. 0 VT., jtlisrrllnnn. From Hit Ingelow's New Volume. A Last Look. (A girl it I'esertedh- her betrothed ; he marries another, anil is about to set sa.l with her. Tke de serted jjirl hear of hfo intention, and otteya a yeam rs to twhold once again, unknown to him. UK Mol with whom no even hie fierfidy can disenchant )er. AeeordincVy, in the euiuuany of one who knows her secret, she wend np die river.) I only taw the stars I could not Me The river anil they stem'd to lie As far Wow a the other stare were high, I trembled like a thing about to die It was so awful 'ncath the majesty Of that great crystal height, that overhung The blackness at our feet, Unseen to fleet and fleet The flocking start among, And only hear the dipping of the oar. And the small waves' caressing of the 'lark some shore. Less real it was than any dream. Ah, me '. to hear the bending willow shiver, Ae we shot quickly from the s...

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. — 26 June 1868

THT3 BUKIIXCrTON, VT., E PEESS. FRIDAY 1MI5H. &. II. I- HKXED1CT. EDITORS AND PROrRIETORS. FRIDAY MOItXLNG. JUNE 20. 1SGS. THR WEEltW FREE I'RESS J I puHUlfd ft try Friday morning ; contamg tkt &ire, CoDsiv avd Local intelligence, fvr( Cauuucge cattle market and " Bosios and BPIUNSTOV GEN ERA I, VARKKTS; GEXERAL SIKS, vU ultoted wmcsu.Ajrr, if., i., iU rarftMag m)mMi4t rtnter tt m votumote Family Journal Til rimlmtim of thr Fuee Pbess txtxtis tint of SMffmper in tna region, and it i tkrrrferr on unri- nriM m4mi fr osh ef titets. . Tw Ooiimrt m oror m A9TAXCE. ;' oqwrajh cnt. for mdvcrUainf rotx opjitg ot tks tgfm-e. information upon auttera Altera m any of tkt odjotnrnm -, turns of locainemof alt kind Witt id tkmkfnily reeetvod. JOS PRfirnSU of tit lands executed in Mr MMM omd on rratonaiilt terms. I'or resilient. OF ILLINOIS I'ot Vice President, SCHITYS.rliiC COLFAX, OF rSDUNA. Renanliean l'niH State Convention A Republican Union Stabi Com cntion will lo hold tBCRUSGTOX, On...

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. — 26 June 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FHEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE ao, 18GS. JVKWS OF TRK WESEIC. I1V TKI.KCRAPII. CtMiir.iPCF, Eng., June 10. ilie Uniierhity of Cambridge tit-day ..-mil the degree of Doctor of I-ab upm Jrniy W. Iiongfellow, tlie American ' !"he rcremui took, jilai-e in jwMie ami ap witnessed 1J "a vat audience. A Lirgenum Vr of ladies were present, though but few of '.e rtudents of the university attended. On r.iminj; forward to reeene hi degree, fir. Longfellow met with an earnest demon strati, in of welc!rac from the aembbge who greeted l.im with ISjJ and jirolonged :n-ering. The Viie ClmiK-eHur on cunfemng the de .'..i made anaddrcKi in Latin, in wbich he iUadrd in suitable term to the jvKt'b life, tuaracter and works. He alio epoke of the rtMenms reception given to Mr. Dickens by (i r Anierieau jicojile, and afte exprewing -stificution at the ajiismitmcnt ol lion. Keverdy JoluiMn to repnnt the Vnited State in England, he eoneludel with an as r.initi'n for enduring fricml.-h...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 June 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., F RI E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2G, 18(58. 9tlils & (grids. SCRAPS. The strength of cheese its mite. Song of a disgusted shoe-maker " I would not Iitc awl-ivaj-E." Sunbeams reign, rather than clouds, these dajs. Wliy is a small scratch like the flight of a fledgling ? It is a little soar. India rubber wheels for carriages used bj invalids arc the newest idea. At one of Victoria's recent drawing-rooms, a lady was requested not to appear again in so low a dress. A littlo lady of two and a half years ir sistod that a cane with a crooked handle was an " umbrella without any clothes on.' " I do hato thec Vkceters, thoy make my lace wok k iininpr, said an allhcted dam sel, the other day. Some vocalists go to a tery low pitch. Onews pitched into a Police Station the other night for being very drunk. ACoronerVjurr at Atlanta returned a .... " 11X1 II UBt'l, 1 11 1 1 "HO caaeto his death bv want of attention onus- nl lr Iwrnatdf " People are nwpi,. under a continu...

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. — 3 July 1868

..- Ol.rlc 3i,isrrlta... (From tho Consrrsatllsslirt ,V Chan c of the Jtlooii. I i.Uui, clcicr man is my neighbor Grav And cftcn take counsel together. He lis in a farm-house over the way And is to rcsPcct to the eathcr ; He vfatches dl signs, night, moraUig and noon. But r'u.9 1" Prai f31t!l on a change of the moon. In the dull, drixily May, when the signs were all ld, An i day fcr it kr r"-"1"".:. When thcfrmers were sad, and the women Here mad. And all 'he wide world was aMuplaiuing, Farmer Cray went on piping tlieverysaniotuiie, It will never clear ofl till a change of the moon." I admired life great faith, for tie cast wind blew strong, Firm icebergs and iste of the ocean, The mooa had changed thrice, while the storm kept along. Hot my neighlur still stuck to liis notion ; At ei-ib it cleared op, neartheeomingof June, Two dtys and a ualf from a change of the moon ! In the long summer drouth, when the springs had ran dry. Not a sign of a rain-cloud appearing, Neighbor Gray, who ...

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. — 3 July 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FBI E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 18G8. C. G. X. II. L BH KI)ltT. KIUTORS AND PKOrniETOKfr. FRIOAY MORNING. Jt'LY 3. IWS.v Sor S'rrMdeiit. UliYSSKS .$. WKAXT, or n.u.oi. again. 1 The town of North llruokfield tins voted I Rile of fcr- Kor Vice lreideut, MJIMIYLF.K COIiIMX, 01 INDIRA. RKI'IMII.ICA.V STATE IICKET. rOK GOVEtMIR, JOHN It. PACK. Or KITLANI). WE LIEXT.-GOVEEVUl, STEP HEX THOMAS OF WFMT VA1RLV.. son and because he would make a good judge, and not Iroui any prejudice against Sir. - Wright ur desire to air-orb uHin-i in thiscity was Mr. Parker's name suggested ; hut Mr. Wright was wade the nominee by a swinging Tote, and noliody fee!- Isid about it ' Tlic most animated canvass was over the Sheriff. Mr. Ashley has won cm d opinions ten to one " no license" for the during his ad interim occuieiney of tbeufiice ; mented or distilled liquors. hut a prevalent objection to ha ing the choice Weymouth TOtcd unanimously "that no li- of the countT made a matter...

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. — 3 July 1868

TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. WismxcTox, June 21. Gen. Hancock's friends arc active and con- ;, Th1v o '""e party of New York I)litician6 licrc imraim; me nomination oi llcnclricksand Hoflman. There arc good rea lms fur belicvinS that PrefMcnt Johnson has not abandnned Is liopcv of remaining in the White IIoupc, and the National Intelligencer this morning sounds his praises in a long arti cle. Some of Johnson's Southern appointees are now hew at wort for n!m- Jev Yoke, June,' 2.3. A Havana letter says the .American Brig J. X. Barns had been compelled to pay two dollars per too oa a carS r molasses when the legal rate was 50 cents and the U. S. Consul 1 1 tn.e ctlM: before tho State de Tartmn' at Wa-liington. The si j military oninlw.mers in Culu liad sentcncol 27 ,riier- to death in three months. Xew Yokk, JuneSj. Venezuela dates of the 7th inst. state that m a recent battle in Coro, Gen. Gell witn .'.00 of his tro 6gure among tho killed and wounded. Gen. Monaga" was before tlie gates of ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 July 1868

(Odds & (r'nds. siCkaps. Motto for "oao ofthctc davs ;' ' O! hew this too, too linuiil flcth doth raelt- Mu j: t . ... ... aim uisuic into a ucw : "Do TOa smoke. Mr. IVnnmit V nslinl liin friend Cainhojc. "Smoke, gacj I do Jiovr could n Ixxiv So otherwise in these trorii- ml (imps''' The Maes. Contmonircalth sarl.attikalie" savs : The reason whv the Iierrislature tun" 'Auld lang sjne' on Trtin; was that it vras so ionp fancied voatli. since they met tlrnt the members it vras diirinj; tlie period of their .' Howdojou likciiiynctv dref"3Ir6.Shal lnp : does it fit nrcttr mum! the shoulders?" said .Miss .Tone to" her (articular friend. 'Yen tolerably well round the -shoulder only it dout pet round themtcrv mucli," vas the reply. ilios Jones was heard rather In distinctly to say (something to the effect that ti'C dress was round to tlie fashion standard, which was all the cared for : while Jliss Jones female friends more than hint that all the cares for i- to make a Viarc -.how of he...

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 July 1868

Coanty $1isrrito.n. TLc Strau berry Ticker. From tbo workers a maiden parts : The baskets at her waistband shine With berries that look like bleeding hearts Of a hundred lovers at her shrine ; No eastern girl were pinllcd to well With tilicn llt and silrcry 111. Her slender form is tall and strong : Her voice was Eirtttet in the song ; Her brown hair, fit to wear a crown, Loid from its bonnet, ripples down. Toward the crates that lie in the shade Of the chestnut copse at the edge of the glade, he moves from her mates, thro' happy rows Of the children, loving her as she goo. cwr.fli" ' oneandall, striving to stay her footsteps, call ; For children, with skilful choice, dispense The larger "1'u,c"ir innocence ;) Buton, witl" a sister s snide, she moves Into the ju-tness efthe groves, Shelters h hsActs from the sun, I'nla- the net-work, fresh and cool, 0? j leaves from the crystal pool. Dm break. Through rosy dawns of Jane I go, .Again the deepening sweetness part. While all their rapt...

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 July 1868

r i (""J-" . ,f v nc Jim ijress. 1:LMIJX..T.'X, FllIJJAY JULY 10. G. . I1ENLD1CT. D.iron. 1 UK KBKIV FllI.K 1'KKVi . puUutked tfrry JYtfajr mtrning j ctatg tks .statu, Cocxtv ash Local ivte.xige.ce,,-7"" Oambhiuoecattlk KinkKT MMf Boston ad 'l'IJSmi CKN'MUL aRh-Tl; ttfc.XER.lL SEWS, ur ftrrted KlMtUJlvr, At., A., Hf fWjrlMff rtfcmlutri t rtn4r It tmliMitfc KavILY JntVAL T nrriarMM U FbJUE tCt , (Al ,t,ywtrttkirtitn,tm(itt t tkrrfmrt r uTf taJrJ tdium jr aJtittfarr$. TKK.MS rt. tomtaffnwfAi multtrs-of inttrmt m Jf ? ittntngtmmtittmnf local f(f afl ttf tritf V thttikfrnllg rrcrmd. Job Printino tt a..- xrcUd n U' tat man Mr tmd mm rtas.nmhlt t mm. Tor !rridf,iitT MiVssi:s s. .i:a.v. or HUMUS. I'ur Yicr President. :ihivm:u coliwx, W IXtMtNA. iti:i'i'ui.tr.t. vrn'K -l U'Kirr. ma. aomai, JHX B. l'AOK, or imum. TfcrffEK THOMAS r wnt mibus joiik a. paoi;. muraiB at uacn : cm. .v. oitAXDirr. vt Vumw IIOIUCE FAIRBANKS, of St Jotausbmry. Count) Nominations. ' Jr .S'tatatatrt, II It. HARD. Itur...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 July 1868

The gentlemen in New York hiTe adopted the inglj animated ; but from its liips down it is practice of carrying fun umbrellas, borrowed two distinct persons, with every organ, liga fhun the authority of EnglL-li fa.liionables, who t, bone, and muielc, well deAelored. It ap-Karatthelterby races with not only their I whTxhfh!?0 f " X, but with tied Td their ! J &fl&'cS bcum, to protect their eyes from the dut and , having Berrcd through the late war in the glare. The croquet umbrella, of white muslin or Confederate army. Kashvillc tfoton. linen, line4 -ore"J glaicl aunbric, bavins j a ery lare club-lile hiudle, light for its size, The Tablet, a Catholic journal, finds fault i- fmiuentir carried, but the plain white linen u , father IleckerV powtions as hid down M.er Very Odder cane,, hardly more than h Tt ? " 1 e ? CathK -;v i i u i - i lic Mr "cckcr had a&ertcd the harmony rtiuUithl-eiit Leads, canrcd in ivory, pirn- , 0f the Catholic Church with republican l unum bmnxe, o...

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. — 10 July 1868

"r'eSS, FRIDAY, MORNlNft, JULY lO, 1868. THE BURLINGTON, VT"., iTlil-E Wilds & (fntls. . mvuivi;))'",l,J-, Hie un comet up and the miu ffivs down, Andbeday,tuKl. night nrv tin? wmc as one ; 1 he 3 rir growjjjrmiand tbeyrar grows brown, i And ttb.iV is it AIL when all is done ! 0 rains df sombre r.r filming anil, SlUlinjr Into ami nui of the hand. x And nun jro down in ships to the pea", Ahd a hundred ship are the same is 0Le. And IwcVw.iid ami forward blow the brtere, And whtt wit all, when all is done? A tide ith never a linre in "fcliti Stt ingMendiTy on to the iiijht. ..liefrnerman dmppntb his Kt n the rt renin. And hnndrel -streams are tlie name as rue ; And a maiden drnmeth her lute-lit dream. And whit i it all, when all in done? The net of the fi-her the burden breaks. And after dreaming, the dreamer wakes. NEWS ITEMS In Kiclunoml, Va., tlie Macks were the only one that celebrated the Fourth. Amhert College lias lately had a pift of fc.30,000 from Will in m Stearns, ton of...

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