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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 October 1870

When Uic "rr Turning rtrmsn KELICIOCS IVTELI-IGENl'E. BAPTIST. -rr t-n-vbe7 o r- 11 tea :t bem a. taao Ha t- sweet In fr'.cuni. Jtii-, s-vor tuea harpn . oefucb a day a tbi. fi-n Ototr done hwc -n rjJ tbe leaves a-- lurt ;t hprwu. F'eatle c-reetehi' rer, -It rertM ' tut vanished v ' , Smz. you lovers, the ds'ights Of th golden FumniT mgbu 'cvcr id Ujo sumuier hoar On in)' way uoh radiance shows rs Ai from Heaven fills softly down hen the leaves a: o turning brown SraM your pirile. fresh and gay. Children, tn tie bloom of May. 1 w lt j our duplet in j oon; Jane, Maidens, they will !vle full scon . Twine ripe rosee, July red. Lovers, for the dear one's lea3 . J will weave mv richer crown When the leaver sre tcrnic brtvn The Cltier Day. The shadow of some bsrd red j ears Failt on a mansion qua at and zray, ttlire I, with mingled hope and leaiP, Whispered sweet swets in the ears Of one whoa now I see tb roach tear, Only the ctbtr day. Oh, Margaret' my Margaret ' As oft In rhyme I used t...

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 October 1870

-if THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. 1870. mi i BURLINGTON, FEIDAT. OCT. 21. WO- 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editox, THE WEEKH' FREE PRESS t. nntiii.hH ..rv Frldar morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION College St.. Barllncton, i. TIBKIi Two Dollars a Year 1 Advance. TiiWiiiuFiu P contains evsry week, th. I.tt , Local SUt. Sew,, Correspond- choice selected Miscellany, tales, ikeWhw, pctrr..ic. Market Reports; New York and Boston Stock and General Markets , Cambridge r.til. Market. St. Albans Hotter Market, e. tides on Agricultural topics, and every thing going to make up a talcibli ramlT rina. it u print d on a large 3&oolonin sheet, and contain! more readln; matter than any paper In this part of the eoantry. Address all orderi to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BubluqtO, Vt. .0T1CE TO SUHSCJUHKItS. When yon send word to hare yonr post-office ad- dreai changed, always giro the post-office tn which your paper has beea sent, as well as the one you wish it sent to. Erery...

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 October 1870

THE BURLINGTON. VT FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1870. ilCltUXCTOV AXI V1C1.MTT. gaoonjo MiTcn. There is to be a shooting niten to Hioesbargh, at the outlet of Hicer- f 4EMEK-4 will find something to their interest tj consulting the advertisement of the Winooslti flouring Company, in another column. As rJiTtuoBDiXAUT Yield. A Jonathan ap ple tree in the orchard of J. W. Hicio'.-, Esq , of this city, bore IS barrel" or 32 1-2 bushels cf apples this season- Mr. W. II. S. Whitcomb, teller of the late First National Bank, goes into the Howard National Bank ; and Mr. Wet. E. Ilaien, his assistant, into the Merchants' Bsnk. Smri'iKG. Since Monday, the 10th inst, ol freight boats have arrive.1 at this trt Thir ty of these were loaded with lumber, 4 with coal, and 2 with salt from Syracuse, X. Y. Fetitios lo mi LTCHLATV3E. A petition is being circulated in this city, asVing the Legisla ture to make such enactments as will require each person and each dollar of property to con- tri...

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 October 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31. 1870. Vermont IIIa.orir.al Social S Tbe annual rceelior. of the Vennont Historical Society a, hoUen in the Ccner.1 Committee Ifcom in the State House en Tuaj a the 11th inst. which was called "J" Her Dr. wm. II. Lord of MontpJier. first . iWenL U. motion of Charles Jwqrj cb.ir .ppoinlei e committee to nominate officers for the jear ensuing, follows : Charles Dcej, G. 0. Ben diet. OmlleS. BUs-, Charles S. fam.tb. William M. 1 ngry. Who reported the following list of officer,, who were duly electd: Kteordiug Secretary-Henry Clark, i.sq., KrrSronding Seeetoy-Hoo. George G. Benedict. Barl.n?ton. Treasurer -oi. n m." - -- Lib'rsrian-Hon. Charles Montpelier Curatort-Charles Reed, Montpehcr ; 1 . D. BrSfcrJ. .Vonhfield; Charles S Smith. Men -"er John K. Cleveland, Brooknel J ; Omlle S Bliss, Georgia; Ruseel S. Taft. Burlington; Franllin Fairbanks, St. Johnsbary. rrinting and Publishing Committee KHand Hall, North Bennington; Char...

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 October 1870

I I A Moral Letoit. Sr: I to Slopfon.Hetlieraay. Why don't our business never pay When lUwkias had that shop of oari. A s&iltn1 pills arl agir ca:os, boap candies, tape t inUjii bio?, lie made it pay, and wav n you 1 ' II koewered alow It, 'Vhbo, Dnt what's the rbaeon, I c. a . So seeing Diirkln, ' :h rtly -n, Sx I "(.on bre,yna lr old coo. And tll me bo ir you mxa your t. o'.c (Now do not look so BdfchO' fteuny ) lfnwdtd joa meks soarcaMi 1 taj. . When keepJn store Jttit sp the way v " There's Slopson. eiv.1 and polUe. Who always triei to do wbat'8 rlEht , His Usee: is zood, htsrtore Is clean, Vt no oc4 tvear the door ti Ken.'' ' Well now." Mid Ifawkics, with a grin, "I really cannot pity him , The reason's plain to purblind ej es. The booby doesn't advertise " 1 never come upon a ncrt of ejrg", fecieted by tbe hen moat coowientioo'ly, and un known to tbe most aearcbini; or housekeepere, without a scene of boyiah delight, which would bring down on nic reproving looks and pare a...

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. — 28 October 1870

ante jriyjim B0RLLSar0S."FRIDAT7oCT- -8 I8-L 0. Q. BENEDICT. Eoitob. THE WEEKtr FUEE l'RESN II published every Friday morninx tv THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. College SI., Burlington, Vt. TEKHSl Two Dollars a Vear in Advance. Tbx Wiiilt Fres Pars' contains every week, lb. latest news, I-cal and Strt. Sew, Correspond. ,, Editorials, choice selected Miscellany, tale., ketches, poetry. e. Market Report. .Jew York ,nd Boston Stock and General Markets , Cambridze CtUe Market, St. Albans Butter Market, e.; ar ticle! on Airicmltural topics, and every thing going to make up a valcable ruiuririi. It Is print ed cn a larze 36-colamn sheet, and contains more reaalne matter than any paper In till part of the conn try. A4ire!i all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, UrRUSQTO"., Vt. MVTICE TO SUllURIHEKS. When yon fend word to hare yonr port-ofcee ad dress chanced, always sire the post-office to which your paper h- been sent, as well as the one you wish it sent to. Every subscriber is informed wh...

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. — 28 October 1870

,a ,tf.iVGTOX AXI VIC1XITV. J Mi KiitriJgs of M. Johnsbury has - Iim, .., the none fyr Uetlitute Children ' e"'"a .ntbiscitv jv l-jisM.-Acorre5ponient from Uishmoad ,rt that the shock ef the tarthqutke Thureiar, r,5 frit there at 11.39 a. v The buildings were considerably rhiiee, and triit of the in mile sought the open air. i'm i f our subscribers send ut- $2.00, but i i .p- nt i-.ffn bis name nor trive his residence. u ...... a, ... i .v I i urn' from California ; but that doc'nt gi ' .-, formation enough. Ilt.vesBrjROH. Cha". C. Tost has leafed hie ttore and shop, aad ssM hk stock of stoves, tin ware, hollow and hardware to I. H. Allen and Perry Reed. Messrs. Allen .'. Reed are active, enterprising ; young men. of good business capacity and will be likely to push things. Im.ksu.u. AcAnEMT. This old iasiilat.on wa, never in a more nourishing condition than si present A catalogue whicn lies oeiore u, bhows an agjrregatc attendance, the past year, of ever fjur hundrel Under the dire...

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. — 28 October 1870

FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, THE BURLINGTON. RELIGIOUS IXTEt-WGEM'E-BirilST. The annail session of the St "P'"re Baptist Theological Institute will commence at Dover on Tuesday next, anl continue io- j . i r .a,i are hoUiojr their The Baptists of Conn. 2Sth annual Convention at .New unisio, ' tinuefortwod.js. The Bapti st ibnchm Old Cambridge, Mas?., has JelicateJ a meeting house, costing 123,001. free from debt. The M'a chman and li'fi'dor says that some time ago a Congregational church in Long Island went over to the Ctptists almost in a body ; and that now another cae. precisely similar, is about to occur. The Rev. K. E Patterson, 1). D., formerly President cf the Waterville College, now Colby University, has been elected President of the Chicago Baptist Theological Seminary. The Baptist society of East Burke, Vi., on Thursday, the 22nd ulL, erectel the frame cf their new church. They intend to have it realy for ose next month. The Fairhaven Baptist Church edifice is r...

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. — 4 November 1870

The Children. 1.1 IU1&LES SICXEXSCX. i,c;t the lerUDfl and tasks are all ended, ai.1 the s3hool fur th day is 41 'reused, n - the little enca patter around rat, htrt mt jjood nticLt and b Jtis-wd : , t'i- little white arm, that fmcireie l defile ia a tender embrace' i tl.e smiles that ara balus o noami, ehedding sunthine of lore on my fc ' Ani when they are gone I sit dreaming or my Childhood lovely to last, Oi lore that my heart will remember, WLen it wakes to the pulse of the put Ere the world and its wiekedntss made me A partner cf sorrow and sin, When the glory of God was about me. And the glory of gladness within. Oh, my heart grow weak as a woman! ( And the fountains of feellc:; will Sow, Hfcen I think of the path steep and itonj , Where the feet of the dear ones raut o Of the mountains of sin hanging o'er them. Of the tempest of Fate blowing wild . Oh ! there n nothing on earth half so holj , As the innocent heart oi a ehlld i They are idol? ol hearts and of households 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. — 4 November 1870

! q-HE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY BDBLI.SGTO.VTFKIDAY. NOV. j, 0. 0. BENEDICT. Edito. THE WEEKtr FREE TRESS Ii published every frilv moraine by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION College SI., llurllngn. A ! TEBMSt Two Hollar aVer In Advance. Th.WkilvF.K P" contains every week, it,. bM new,. Loci nd SUt ,--., J" .nee, Editorials, choice wlected Miscellany, tale. .v.JhM ooetrv.ic. Market Report.. ew lork :Utr2randGeo.ra1M.rket.,CridR, Cattl. Market, St. Albans Butter Market, c.i ar ticles on AIriculturaltopics.andererythlnSgoln to make up a VAIXA.LI rAXlLTFAKR. It Is print ed on a lsxire 36oolomn sheet, and contains more readies matter than any paper in this part of the eenntry. Address all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. BraujCTOS, Vr. ' OTlCE TO SUUSCIllllBHS. When you send word to hare your post-office ad dress chansed, always sire the post-office to which your paper has been sent, as well as the one you wish it sent to. Every subscriber is informed when his subscrip tion ex...

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. — 4 November 1870

ncMoTOX axi vicimtv. plltA terrific gale pidl orer anil throns11 tie tan of UnJerUill last Siturlaj. jbtre ws a hard treat Weineslay night, the nt cne thia season ruffieient really to kill Tinea It i) "7 unusual to haie fctrtta ho'.J off ao lite Tee mountains are white with mow on both tiles of the Lake. It is sii months since the last snow-storm of last spring, four inches of enow fell on May 3d, 1S70. A IUee 1 ran. Mrs. S. L Howard of this city presents us with a cluster of Madeira grapes, as a specimen of a second yield from her Tines this season. This is a rare freak of nature in our climate. The Winooski Fire Department is expecting Chester. The most disastrous fire in the its engine a steamer from Fitchburg neit history of Chester, broke out in that place Tues week. Two or three reservoirs have been con- j,j morning, by which about $20,000 worth of struct:!, anl an, engine house is to be built op- 1 property was consumed. The cause of the fire jnjaiic me umei Bear lue uri'jr. ...

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. — 4 November 1870

C:mtinned from 6ret pace.J amendment to the constitution ttllng from the L-gislatore the power to pass other than gonevu law.. This was defeated, not upon 'J of in impropriety, but on Ihe ground that toe amendment was loosely drawn. .,.--. tery jear a number of the hill" to change names come before the Legislature, and an examination of them shows tbat they come from particular sections of the t,tc, lb,lt. Mmf ff tons, it appears, have learned to t.Ve Wan tage of the general l.ws. This resolution not . new measure. It has been often adopted be fore, and Ibe changing of names and passing of bills to protect fish ponds hate become a by-word ' -i T T ia weA tnio that in the tnoutni oi me " " these bills do not ale time, lhey take bo much that the prwc of the State hate again and again JiKuweJ the question of whether power to pass them ought cot to be taken away from the Lo pulature altogether. He ciuM not toe why a man who I willing to make a child heir to all his property should begru...

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. — 11 November 1870

1 he J "Jy ' pMM" wbJA we publish, below tar b1 'P. ei by some to be a mere fancy froeh we do not understand it to be ; pie. bar a vfrac-ous narration tf tbo actual occur irrc8 1 know that Mr. Mooney was no fxe witutss of the raid ; lor we aaw him on the f ra-jo And he bad every opport inH y to Vdow all abc-ast the things he describee in hi Epic. For the Free rre-iivi Tim. Kelt-art r the Canadian lnimlon of r niKEKooxxr. Leaning agin the UdttaT fid m hod when v-.rk wu done, one evening last May. Toinkinc of mr eoence on the ouWaod Tne hmerald IsIaM tar aeroes the My, The bricks and bnilden taied in the sir And hurrying feet unnoticed passed m by ; WhUe up to Hearen I breathed a little prayer To tee the lulu dirt free before I d die ! Uioarjitof freedom rank tn blood and tear, llerajus ia prison, tt"eted, or fled; Of all ber -.trueles for a thousand scars. Her patriot? linn' a.o-1 ber martyr? dead . And wtnM her tout fur ever eeo the chain Austin' ani eatun rousd her heart And would ...

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. — 11 November 1870

0. Q. BENEDICT. Ecitoi THE WECKLT FREE U published every Friday f!. 0 V THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. College St., Bo.ll'l;'"'A TISXS" .. , war in Advance. Two Dollars a " r... raits contains every ki, T WxraL-T f. r Corttfpond. llVS" itcd iimt. tales, .nc, EduorUHcaoic Sew York "fw an General Markets , Cambridge t' w on Atur.Uopicnd.v.ryUjlns t make P 1 " priBt' ed on lar-e aolomn abound contains mote redinS nutter thin any piper lathis part of the conn try. Address all order! to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATIO.N , BURUSeTOX, Vt. V1TICK TO MJHaCKIIIEHS. When 3u send word to have yonr poet-otEce ad dress changed, always give tho post-office to which jonr paper has been sent, as well as the one yon wish it sent to. Every subscriber is informed when his subscrip tion expiree, every week, by the printed label bear in" his name. Remittance cf subscription for an other year Just oefore the date comes round, will be a great convenience to the Publishers. Letters on business should nor be aidresee...

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. — 11 November 1870

THE jLING-TON, VT- FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11. 1870. 31 stI.:N-TOS ANM VIC1.MTV. , rw tw: The Baptist Society of this city hi-.e received a new bell for Ihur cliarcb, l . iiif tl'" P,jce of Ik oU 1 w hich has teen craft"! f"r "' Month;. It is mvlfl by ItDf Cu., of Troy.lf. Y , anl weig'ns 8700 j an i" in..i.a! Academy. The itiater term of this f-.buoi begim iloniij. Nov. 2-th is annouuc i ! In our aJver&irjg eotaran. The School is to ho LUtlcr the efficient tutorage of Mr. Seneca 11 tse'.ton of the UruTersHv of Vermont Ira Buen.EU. of Star.sboro his raisei an apple, the Tellow Oxheart, which weislu IS omces ; and measures 15 inches is cirenmfer mt If any one in the State hu raised a big ger one, Mr. Bunnell wouid like to know where to eu l for scions. The apple attracted wme a: tfiit'.on at oar office. A verv neat and practical devioe ia thit ad .ertienl by Mr. Ryer in another column, for raving U-ior in spooling thread fur ebottle." sewiu z. n acuities. The saving ...

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. — 11 November 1870

ICjnlicawl from first pas Tor fi-i.s.oe- of the Insane.. O.irdner-0-.ir.ated It. Benjamin 1. M"f,n li.nniogtoo. Mr. .T.'jce of K." Dr. Urrezo Sheldon ol ll-tlsnd. Mj Wf of Higbgate and SmaLir Carjto;of w-j?-Jj- ton County, seco-ded the nr'atrOTrMtidcn F. Morgan. nator Benedfct f Cbttttadcn "ounty nominated I.r. Jobnr.M? -t.urg. Mr. lircm of Barton jaainitri G-.. D. llu'lardof St J"7-' El-r of Windham Coauty sec-nded the nom inatknof I.-. I!. F. Morm. Mr B.sbee Newport comled the nomination of lr. Gain D. Buuard. Tbe b.!loU taring nt ikea and countel by tbe tellers-Senator Carr-ntcr. Mr. M-eecf IlutLod.nd Mr. Baxter cf II.bg.t.- resulted as follow-i Whole number of TOtrs -Necrfsirj' to cboioe. - . Gates E. Ballard kl Lortsio Sheldon bid -B. F. Morgan bad John F. Miles bJ - - J' 1 121 62 44 10 E. II. Warner had - - - -And Gates B. Bollard tu declared July elect ed Couimisski.er of tbe Insane for tbe two years ecwaiac. , , For Superintendant of the State Prison, Mr. Slale of Middlebury...

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. — 18 November 1870

El 171 Demi ou tUr KItl."-. - fo : .'.Mil clped a !t.-. t. in t'lis i Um. r na, wiib his s .vtlssi T-.r-l ttVisa"tos, T s lull .-KtH.T dt ' Ally)lt,i8H iaS'A. . arrr Lis tsrir too. K nz ra?'. t-ara llarasi wr or.n'rf ; fa this m -B'a ey. MKiiia : TIU07 ths oartU otw bfm. t w ths h.fr! yo. twakej , To.ra.stMs Sl4a? raper fat hsnr" had olntab.1 Tight rrM did; Vftm r arMj, raty b. SmoD hen it onisnl sr.. H.H!y th, r-nrt of M Ilmee aid ha v untied! Oaly ih Cretantarc ord tif achili Prt' that Iim rr unjij Jnf t a fair roddjr droa. Loo. Erie It t Hm Morning ad night, HI-hrrduul fatwir'i Wms Tr if tn b, bright, OiO'itmuBnji oiwliwaa. Tb.til.il. " MarpKrtt." Ah. Ifba fl.lh.dwd Slnnherai the pin ! Ah If til- ri-art tat bled; tlep-wtfith. ala'D! If fw cTirdid i no : Dcaih will not b"'m.xU u3M Drrl. P.-J.-P ' Plctarr.. t. ?V Wloo-t 9 -ah 'low atone, y""Jr"t P. J . k t!' i" mtwiaod to wiillodoa"a, tin' qo)'',k tolern 'haoldoiatr da, Herrh mp n. whnthjoi'-oonntrviia'ds, : r.e eti free Men stMd, ...

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. — 18 November 1870

THE BURLINGTON; VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1870. BUKLI.SGION. FRIDAY. 0V. 21. 1ST0. 0. .7. BENEDICT. Editob. TIIK WBEKLV FREE TRESS Ii published every Friday morning by THE FUEE FKESS ASSOCIATION. Collt-ge M., Uurllnglon, VI. TERMS I Two Dollars a Year in Advance. Thk WKEKLr Fkk Press contains every weci:, ths latest sews, Local and State News, Correspond ence. Editorials, choice selected Miscellany, talcs, sketches, poetry, ic- Market Reports . New York and Boston Stock and General Markets , Cambridge Cattle Uarket. St. Albans Butter Slarket, tc.; ar ticle! cn Agricultural topics, and every thin; going to make up a vaixaeli rAXilv taper. It is print ei on a larjre 3S-colamn sheet, and contains more realm; matter than any paper In this part of the country. A.iJres! all orders to THE FUEE MlEbS ASSOCIATION, liCRUSCTOfl, VT. NOTICE TO SUlf-CKIIJEIlS. When j ou send word to have j-uur poet-office ad dress changed, always sire the poet-office to which your paper ha be...

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. — 18 November 1870

HLSIXEhS NOTICES. Aii.crtitnr Kate be furnished on application at tUle office. Business Notice. III cento per line. Obituary rut uet9 .". cent per Use; also Senraa CI Base Ii i U swtM, MeetinK! or Societies a ad lisUof oEccrs elected, resolutions reUtiDg to personal matter?, ic, c alarriaGe notice! SO oente: Funeral notices 2.1 cents. Death, pr.rj.. Club Halrf. We will send the Wecklt FaE Puss and .Voore's Mural New Verier one year for $12,, in We will lend tie Wceklt Frit. Fuss aul the CfhTtlrjr Genr.r.e; ne jer, for $t UO, in ai,isce. KUKI.l.VBTOX A.VD VIC1 VI TV. Richmond ManKaT At Richmond, Thurslav, 1 SO tubt of batter were nld at 30 to HI cents ; ani 6&0 boxes cheese at 6 tj 1.'. oente. in a litt of patent- isaoedNoT. ttak, we notice one to F. 0. Cogtrin of this city for an improve! water wheel We learn that the lecture committee of Ftt StannaH, G. A. R , of this city, hare engaged Got. Htwley of Cvnaecticat, for a lecture, Dec Time 'A valuable calendar clock banffs in tbe...

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. — 18 November 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 1870. pi - M 3 m 3 j 4 I J I. PI i iai st'J Or 1 rContianed from Erst rags.) j ndigtatios of etch cf tlk'sa in charge, for their Mr. Piogry called op h. 233, to incorporate tw, eoimittce cn rUrcrfr, in foTcref h. , tpecific ireri. tie Vermont Pharmaceutical AaocUtioa ; r"- , treamonte the Lake ChinBlain ana St. 1 Ihe dormitories are crowded, and aaculd cat a ea mm proposal or amendment. isrrilawacs. aw- Railroad : third rcadinc or JercJ. . , few cere bojs only be added to the present rron c mrnittce on nilroaJr. in fcrcf b numoer, liiefcapcncte&.cnt would be cmoar 67 to extend the time fortbe commencement ; nH in their dwpositwa. and comr'eticn cf the WeathETtfitU and Clare- l.h.lethefaciury conduwa hu been grat la ment T-ailrcaJ ; passed in concaircnca. fjinf; and speaks tacrecteulf than can we of From general CDmoUtee in favor of t. CS, to tbebo1cson.e reslraint in hoars of labor, or of w-iWareeerCarcliDar.Ca2nin- ;...

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