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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 May 1871

UUMjIXCTON AXI1 TICIMTr. Meteorological r.ccorJ. Lat-4I0.27-, Loain'.lOi Elevation atwrs tlie wat;r3S7 feet , above Lake ChumpUia 277 feet. AraiL Foubts T m IS71. a, TOiaiiOMircn. -a.m. 2 r.ir ir i(meo)TA.ii.2P.. ' o 55 45 29 44 ' SW SW , 8 10 29.70 S W W Id 29.92 SW SW KW 2 29t3 S H NW s 29.79 ff ."E NE I 1 9.77 NE 6E BE 10 295H SB SW SS. 9 2937 , bW NW I Nt7 i 3 29 37 W KW JiW S 3i 41 41 41 65 iJ Average- temperature of the month, 4X c 83. " ApriIIE70, 46. OS. " or April for fonrteen years, 41.C35 Mean hel bt orfiaraeneter for the month, ------- 2.493 Inches. Fall ol Haln, ------- 3.c8 inches. Average fall of Barn in April for tirelre year, ------ c 33 inches. Wia.!eTOX. I)r. D. W.Sneed, late of Ma!coe, New Yorli, it about to open dental cS:e In Will'eton Miltos. There was 180 tabs of bolter eoU in Milton market on Monday, at from 25 to cents per poonJ. St. Albiss Butter JIibect The market TaesJay m qiite attive, "ill decline in Dries. Pries, ranaed from 25 io 30 cents, ac cording...

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 May 1871

t -. " 3r. - - I .-j ' -'. J- St:". 1? r it l.-v , ! "ST SI . pi 4& i-si4r tribM.V.. takes in its J V" fnd in rot and" ptf j5" it always 1 : . c .:...-.. tad apreiee " if I ire re in any Other &.XX I SBOOW s.j O Shama, is thy bla' I ..tounded, si-, that what might w Aftfi ba IT 1 the hitjry f eiactmfEU " W.utbey willmgly - , father :n he peop'' rSi l 1 .: - ... 1 lei thra fartMr itui" wiling ti Therti.TT I take it, Mr. rresiOent, ui i . . i w . . I an elle.l rnr B nMcl " " l tniLt, ana tnai ie m-. --- -., , , ,t, 2w - ngoUeJ tiuE, m' ' Lepsl. tare 't in the PwrfBt cf toe , tni- I M". ' b en-.., tat for the , ? j s lc '.j the ,mt cf fcr n(J r-t ocjddt ouch lime in MJicg discretion in asi . uuutj . er thB rroVision of the fourteenth aroete , rtfpfct t0 WBleh the peraon in whsn tbe iire-euarantie- lo a c.tufn, that the eitiao i en- ta m6itd ami be the jodp ro tb""; fitW to bare : and if he it entitled to he it. ! , ot tfcjnra at to whether the ooctinpncT how it be to bar- it t ...

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. — 19 May 1871

iW Muo'.t i BJn- of Leigh Hants Tribute Miy, the -..thTday. But tiers was more of and nil wjrtb rea hag. So we qute again : "I t! "U ni"nti ofr e- hearty M i.t i w ti pic iri ft duty ! . .fiuivMh.i i 'ktli-ki:i3. , iin li uirl rf ' v titr . " iih ol . srn . -; tj ul .title b u. ; i i. iii .ore, f i . t r t t t i u ii.rry id at-. iipi E iv , tii , very i a1' -wet 1 .u wn maid Ir oMen tim, Ati'l i rt'ill in Sut:h riyra. 3I'b tli hlc-unng hawttiorn b'liiirh . M '' tb) mwith that's laughing now. t mi utirier wnte the word, Tln.n it seems v though it heard, at i lirtk up and lau1. at ine, I. e a swwt face, restl., I, k- an atui c-lfir biijd't, i lu-lunjr irni Xh piper'- white, L ki a i'i 1q that her power. btari.t-: n. a basiBtr brwer. 1 tl.e n u that do ui WTons. i' i. ii keep the winter long, ' i ilea i us fiy fweet looks, ' re the, ewet. in honks, ' .-;. the prete pages, rL ti.cj ke p the green for age . , c h - 'ea1 the as ft lover -h-'-iH'- etterF over, i r i tt vs. !! f-m s on the ...

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. — 19 May 1871

r1.t THE BUELINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 10. 1P71 inUXGTQy. FKIDAY, MAY 19, 1871. G. g. BENEDICT. EprrotT - nnvT tiniXH TIIK WElJiil"! r baashltofcedeverr frjaymtrnmghr THE FREE PRESS A680CIATI0K, Cllcpr ft., lturllnjrloi.,V. TCftV - T- Iloltar a Year in Advance. , ltt OT,. LoO Kl Sto - COTTMP-Hl- en- iVitoruus. c!-iee sc'.cewl Mcil! iw" sset-h Ptr.c Market Keport ew V"-' and Hosum Slook ana General Market . Camhrrtgs Cattle attrket fct. Albans Cotter Market, it., ar ,r, , . .ttoT;tH.ic.mnde?r thinr fomi t.makot LriELruiuTf ra, wtcr tain ilj PP r ' TP eo'-r 4 jcre a. u. re order, u THE FREE PRESS A3SOCIATIU... lirjaUSOTOS, T NOTICE TO MTIlsrlilHEK When toi tend wort to have your postifaee. ad Ore, cii aa .'6-. Aiwa' " e w 11141 11 -'-1'-1'' ' you-nape-l..-,--. cut r.- c t' ' ' " wish .1 Fen l Every suier,..e- - ml r-i' w i- i. utcr,j t.on ei'p.r- even km, ' l"-.nw boa Ins hit iwl. he.tunc- ! mwr puon lor an other .- jn.1 . eforc toe oal co-nc- rornd will l.e a -ml c...

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 May 1871

HCKLIXGTOX AND VICIX1TV. Jlclcoiologlcal Record. Lat42T, Lonj-T3.10. Hemtlon abore tide watar 307 feet ; above Lake Champlain 277 feet Mar Second We 1S71. .. TQERHOUETZR. "a. zr.awr.i(.(mcan?.7A.a. 2r.ii.t9 p.. o IS 29 Jl 29.57 29J 29.54 29.4d 29.M 29.49 SIT SK SW M W N Sff NW NW 6W N N UK SW I 3 mU SW 9 Nil l N 5 1 SW 4 Fircf are bnrnisg on the hitU between Water barf and Midilnex anl hive alreiJy rnn over marj acre. The retauraut at Ewx Junction has cbangeJ hands . and is now under tbe management of Mr. W .Hiatus, the station agent Uei. EaiaTE CaixoF'. Henry It. Rash of St Vhinf. hat fold hie lot in Sheltmrn St., to Divil Miller for S800. Vi'e iier that one of the boys under eenienoe at th. r.fora School ran away lat n Fr i.j, having stolen u00 in money and tomt clclhcs Rev. D. W. Galea has been chosen aa dele gate from the Y. M. C. A., of th city, to the International Conention which U In Wash teflon tnv L'4th 1' Br.. CtL. Vr J. B- Jf'" of Huntington Centre Us a cal.'uro months 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. — 19 May 1871

IIKXIGIOCS IXTELLIOCXCE. ntrrtsr. The Eev. -V. B. Eule hat bt-ca preaching fsr nrlj , ,U t Qaiy. lU, and with mrM.ialU. Tne suJ.kcs have ton crowJ oJ.snl a revival of exceptional J"r -ortej A new cn communien church has lately bs ctabUsheJ in Westerly. R- T Rev. A. P- Grairs has been hoJJiE Mrw f meetings at Wcettrlv, laving U in! thither by the four Baptist chnwhcs. GOXOREQATIOMAL. FcurMen young men graduated at th Chisago Thwlopcal Strainarv on Thorrfir last, hve of whom delivered aMrrsie... Prof. Webber, of Mkidleiwrv College. alirefeed Urge adience oa ' The Skepticism o( Cottars," ani I'rof- Barttett seiJ the fining words to the graiueie. A note in the department of " Woman's Work" eirreMes regret that there i to little of duioramaticnal intNt, among Cotigregstional women, in the labors of the "Woman's Bord of Missions." The entire receipts for Miroh re S31.98I.79, of which 27.17'-. 05 are Jon tions. The toUl from September let, 1S70. to March 31st, stan-ls S236,l'i . The Key. A...

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. — 26 May 1871

For the Free Press and Time. Grit-tin;; to Spring. .Now thfibramthoffreen ?prln b.-ett j Warms to life the hidden gerat, Wnis pers to the bqijs i: d -, t j p t ' k 4 .hs slaepl iic tuuMdi. , r.ui-ti.em -ke 1 1 life, a. h-iu- 9 an offering all tfcair betatf. Tr.bote to the i l a i zpt.u I j.rmr oat 'aeath fruty bnle. Bright eyed Croons, roar:, herb, ad, tees the tilip near Lor sleeping, Ntds to Uyacintbbsr greeting, Fioral beauties rich and rare, hlooxiQjc 'neath the jrenial sunshine, I1 rrth'Dine in the balmr air. Sprmjinz upward, rerdaot grams iv-ck the lawn and dewy dale , Brightly stMO, the carpet spreading, 1 t f.nlair dance and treading; L.' with golden starry flowers, r- ue;. a- Mooni bright In the spring time i 1--w i n ; fair in Nature's ton era. Nhtjre wake her tuneful songsters, K wer- ani tr;oks and birds U'jiice, A , ur snivel and woodlands ringing, tl tiie me'ody of E:n;ing, "urrtt efftrmg they bring. Jjfu' s.riini an 1 lavish mea-fure. Tn -ote to the lovely sprier Jcr....

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 May 1871

fU.0 CC f " "G. BENEDICT. Editor. I.MblKhodeverv Friday morntog T THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. rol)cr M., Uurlliigton.-l t. HEirs. Tho Dollars h Yenr in Advance. , . . . Local and State News, Ccrrteposd- A.. .rr.ic Market Reports ;Iew 'k SSffi and Genera. MU O ..... ....v.. St Albans Butter Market, ie.; ar- ungual topics, and every txtt to make up a valcaile rAu.i i-ai-i Id on . tar. I."4 j reaLg matter than any paper I this part of the country. AldrM! all orders to ,,rnl THE FREE PRESS ASSOCUTIOH. 1JCBI.13CT03, Vl. roricc ToM-nsciiuiEB'-- When you send word t. have your P-' JT dress Chan., always dv. tb. jJ-j- your paper has been seat, as wall ai the wish It lent t. Kv.ry subscriber U Informed when W 'ir tin expire,. ry week, by tie InjbJsMm.. Remittal, of sub-rlption for an other joar Just refers the date come, round, 01 be . t-re.t convenience to the rublirfiert. Letter, on buHnew should .l be addread to U.C Editor, but always to The Free rasas Absociatios. The Savannah .YfW, a so...

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 May 1871

UCIte.ir.CTUS ASH VICI.MTr. Meteoroloslcnl Kecoril. Latl 2! IozT3.10i Elevation above tide a ter 367 feet', above Lake Champlaln 27 feet Mat-Thibd 1ST1. TQeRVOyETEC A.. 2 P.. NW' NW SW bW NW NW pV NW SW bW SW bW S , 8 ,9 P.K. S ,7 41 52 29.49 29.73 29 52 NW 0 bW 3 N 8 NW ! 1 8W ! 3 S , 3 S l 3 The locomotive. A. Arnold, No. 69," drew 29 irs ivrr the Central from the south, 23 of Lcm heavily loaded, on Wednesday. The persjaal property in the unorganized wrs and gores in Vermont is appraised at only Hi tixgtox Rolltn C. Ilromkj has been a panted post-master, Tiee George E. Johnson. rigi.eJ, and not Nathan II. BUcknian, as j11 V. us'y reported. V.okisg Macbisb. Thirteen car loa'sof to Me low King Mowers recently passed over the lieniaelaer and Saratoga railroad, destined for various points in New England. Saratoga hotel board wdTbT 5 rr d,T. LaU Geurg.. s3 to S'. accord,- to months,,! the Wli.te Mountain hotels jl M- A r"r.t Ims nature in our city is a kitten bcm wiib two mouths and fo...

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 May 1871

..vVordt "'! a,r " ar a mtstisisd CAKS1U Kew Yoai, 4th Month, r .....r.w!liiea.inTulieic- HupiniD win. about Moreover, Th. 1-nst Arid word. EltiCktrt ' For inn. . .. I hft ti. car,, an Imp Rh smutty Sal '"si. o. l'll!uthine,I.Aid. " txe.pt .uttX""-m asked tw. iiffSS'wh." -in.d si.r nw ds th. .ls thins work T" ' Fr..n ',- ta d I to a J.hu, tto.Ee hreith -OmIm. rtr.igttw.J-to a ripuUMe IhsaM-ei'tirro-lrreUvAnMlsaaU cn IcstKdtfsimoly besrunysald-'Vou "av. r, J shall " Mld "f"r u,t WbMbJo'inTw.rpl.Wy. Canttct.k.m. Thy" Ue?."" doustless b.i to carry folk! ahout Then" why p-evsricate Said he. pervtrserr, Mowyerrtwatln:" Say. T.rBr, I shou'ed not !" quof" J, " my rch ..ErtSnV-I sricv. t. say U-with fatad-odi. TheSwVh't to b .lmonltW to rid thy hwtvt of --sStOtZi my lively moke," raid he. "you sitae on too much style!" I've had these rdaln dra jnsenta twenty years At InSto imxc.4 around a. If " a W r. In Ms AndUhWill. demonstrations, inquired H I was "onit:-1 "On what' Till ties explains tb...

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. — 2 June 1871

Uy the Mtadow Spring. $&m net as both In the Harrow, Ne'lr and I. one day. A nl wwIM us dowa to the tw4ow taring. And ob there tn ley. Th'ss little tlti llrtM in tbS;.0, n- .. bhy a'i, A iij j-n- id uara aoi 4l.i '-lb null tt f.. ' tbe fi h t4 tLe pottliafalc. And Ltlntd to th water fiine. Nellj'mha'k. and eitne) U . wondered tf the flb celd bear. And it they ever U fced We have a book with a picture Of a fi-h that daueed and walked. We played that a cruet Giatt Carried as both away. And shutns upb tbe aide of the aei, Id a castle old and cray. Turn Neily and I, we cried and cried. Till oar tears felt Into the i, And three little fishes came aalJiazfey, And ! ae to Nelly and me. 1 hca t M as they were laries. An ! li we wire zocxi little gir'-s, A 1 tli u ars that we should cry W uid torn to shininc pearls ; An 1 thoe we may give to the Giant A mis-rl man waa he Tt n he would open the ;jreat stone doors Ol the castle by the sea ! we thanked the little fishes. And watched then sa...

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. — 2 June 1871

DDKUSOTO.V. FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1871. Q. BENEDICT. Editob. TUB WEEKLV FREE I'BESS !- puWbedererr Friday morning by THE FKEE PRESS ASSOCIATION. CulUce .. Burlington, VI. THUS . Tuo Dollars a Year In Advance. TiiKinirFui nui contains every k, tne latest sc its. Local and SUte ewt. Correspond ence, Editorials, choice- teleeted lllKellvny, UleJ, 1keUb,Ptr3'.ie- Market Iporti : Sew "fork and Bc&on Mock ind General Unlet ; Cambrics. Cattle Market, St. Albans Batter Market, ie, ar ticles on ArroUiiraltepict, and every thmirjtng tomlenpTiLCitirii!n.TriPiK. ItlJ print ed en Urs --column ibeet ind contalnl reidinrrniUerthaainy paper to till put ef the country. Address til cruert to ..,. THE FKEE PRESS ASSOCUT10, EnlJM"'. Vt. vilTirE TO SCBSCKIUERS. Wben you send word to hive your porte a4- dreai chanted, always Eire tie posna-" your paper has been lent, as w.U at tbe on. J on with It tent to. Every subscriber is Informed -ben til rip tkn expires .very week, by tb. pnntod label bear-In- M name...

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. — 2 June 1871

KITKUXGTOXANO VICINITr. Lemael R. Vrcw has soil his two-jer oM mire, (Dxniel Limber t stock.) to George Ham mond, cf Middlebury, for $400. Milton. There were IIS tabs of batter soil in Milton market on Mondiy at from 2") to 5 centt per pound ; and 35 boxes factory cheese were shipped. KiciiMOXD Butter Mabeet. At Richmond, Monday, the market wis Terr qsiet, 158 tuVs of batter cold at 20 to 23 cti. ISO boxes of ciewe sold at 6 to 8 ets. Sr. A lb as Bctteb Market, Tut$day May "tk Prices ringed about the time as list week from i.3 to 25 cents, and a few choice lots -ommaodiDg u high as 27 cents; thipment, &00 Two car loads of handsome fit Illinois cattle it rived here S t tarda j. They were consigned H. neton, and the drove, as they pissed up Co'lee Street, attractel eonsUeriblo itten- :ion and were much admired. As fcr the beetes, we'll bet on them, and are willing to take all On and after this date the tteaaers of the Champlaia Trantporiation Company will mike their northern termi...

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. — 2 June 1871

Slang in our Literature. The MidJIebuir llegitltr copies from the r..9lcjnxan and Real Estate Journal m article upon the "Sent iticnal ani Slang Element in American Literature." by Virgil W. BUneb inl.of BrUporL In this article the writer Je feiU bis own purpose, eBcntlally a good one, by the loo fft u of the Ttrj "sensationil laogaict" which be condemc;. and by the rect lets way in whhli be "sloshes aroun-T generally. We coLftss ire never felt mere kindly towinl those " faint, gross, nocturnal emana tionp of Sylranus Cctb. Arterata Ward, Bret Itirte & Co " than after reading this fierce tirade The writer predicts aa ihe result of this too free use of filanc in American literat :re. social disorganization, ceneral chaos and horrors nntoU. It seems a little kdicrous that a person MttiDg himself up aa a reformer in literature, an adrocate tt a purer and simpler ttyle, ebonld go on as Allows. SpeiUicg cf the modem note', be exya : IVnion infuriated, intensified passion, at teaptiog...

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. — 9 June 1871

tii to T1I. U hip cur ana, for I am B' well, w u. 1 i u e is earoely a 1 nt-'litol-f r a irr mesai;e I h1 ft- ', rufie-i ms'iv a mi! In r. cu . r the t f . tti to ne uhi- 1 1 - -w..rJ:.n mo " . it the 1 said i 1 id new tute.I, a chamber a-d eiw i. - ii.jil.or there. -hi w'tJ. i be f now-1 ' .ireouherheai ir. i -t, n a a .Mwrt :ii.u.er nilgai te, i I- r tpa liviuj lock vt the daid, i-.i lier and siicat'y at me. f t I rielt t Te dead than meet ber ye "u--"1 t ill rrinererswffl totelL . - . . - ahi. liHaii mA a aaiawsa the curl is her hand she obhed and fell. .-, -'ie 'ac in a stately chair. , '. k-'-Pith, bat not a tear tnher eye , ,'-ei' aud a tender voice on tlieitair ft to an mlant's cooing cry. p-ct and steamer crew, t ". -he nn-tioned me nottofta , u f 1 toe dead. I knew. , q1, neighbor, X fled away ' i i 1 ird the widow' cry. . r t - !.. 1 o hurt and I am not well; , , t tT i ver until Idle, i iri ui . rry news t Ull ' 1 -1 c Atlthr Frmr Mound. o f Clarlbel's latest n ictrative ...

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. — 9 June 1871

THE BUELINGTON. VT. "HnBUSGTO.V, FRIDAV. JUNE S, 1S71 O. a. BENEDICT. Editor. THE WEEKLV FREE l-RES" li published every Friday morning by THE FKEE PRESS ASSOCIATION. College SI.. Burlington. VI. TERMS i Tno Dollar a Year in Advance. TairTiHLrFais rsts contains every week, tbe latwt news. Local and State News, Correipood ,, Editorials, choice selected Miscellany, tales, sketches, yoctrj.lc. Market Reports ; .New Tort and liotn btock and General Markets , Cambridge Cattle Market. St. Albans Butter Market, ie,. ar ticle! on Agricultural topics, and every thing going to make op a txleaiu ranlLTMrKR. It U print ed on a large 3frolunm sheet, and contains more reading matter thin any paper '"0u lart of " eoantry. Address all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BCBLlserov, Vt. NOTICE TO M ltNCKIIlElf". When j on send word to hare your rjost-offlee ad dress changed, al-.fl give the post-one. to which your paper hashes sent, as well as the one you wish it sent to. Every subserltr is informe...

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. — 9 June 1871

HL KI.IXtiTO.V AMI VIOIN1TV. Meteorological Hccord. ''' . lams: 73 .10; Elevation above tide water t.,7 feet . ahove Lake CLaarplain feet. Mar Fut KIR WEEK 'S mat OSfsTKB. BlRnsi. -1S71. WI.D9. 2 P.M. ,tr.. rl sw rs N 8 SW NE K SW 8W hW HI NW KW N W ' SW KW SW HE I ME SW 1 SB SW I vie NW s. ,rac tr-iiiifTatttrs of the month, 3T.. op., Miv.ui.ini " -io l .me'er, mean helzht, 29 S inches. 1.1 I Ken - - " 23 Inches, n-,-- trn-.i-eratureof star i. V,.cu. i.i Va for fourteen yean. 5t.r-. . , -1" 14am In May for 12 yean, .! -,r inches. . g!a to fee that Ei-Mavor Albert L. v, a res: lent of New Tork, is to spend i- ii Barlington. ,iao!a3ure of the cement lincl rater ir. the pi e:.aioa of oar city water ok:, i jr t! t!en thr ; :rf! arc u 1 h. r temporary work- for ,'u"-; street. 1 , j i Mr rtssuvai, m uk vity , . , Hi Js Snitely fixed, bat it City, w Ha".! ' w, khghttul a3air. - ., ,-, ttee Mabket. Oa Monday i!,, neiie w,s TerJ I"'5- buyers not being juri-fl t e I'Jl very harp. Something ev...

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. — 9 June 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE 1V1I1 1 "mt' Hem; In tb tKUed steamer ''PPrt Uck gie-anwd bright on th po.ut.eJ Iiw-i.lihbeMnhii ai'n.stit when the AndhcAtaadm ed nthat dreamy stite that eotar the wa ch- r aioEC -In rer! n .urti wit), t church--. um unci I W , " 1 1 si i 8t-u., TUt I ii 'lte tt tnit '" KIld '-ftt isa-t under when all h thr.jg-i. Bote. on i not. with he Cre crowd, my cbtaoM j. ii ; lop-' of the l?t. It wa n ...- . lurk tote on bind for a decent tM-z l.kstlieren Tlitr. - V- rk held a stream up the -lid of the !, w ml hi-fcws eri-ped w h heat, i.l.uet.ie t au fan down the )aM " nd .aisf.td ti tu lb the ttroet. Bat 1 -r me when 1 think I amttailt. atriJan k.i. n- lii) up, a raU Lkt" ' ti.'ht t th 11 twain fireuj ton fiat ttci,ii from tee J Mitch botei S(K Sdrtisetnf5. 5rp Soctl. $lcilirnl. riiMui'nl'MT. I1A.VK MJTlLn.. A3 Act to'.mend ?'aet .nmledan Jovedffc'! 1ARAS0LS! PARASOLS II Act to amend 1 an approved tcv. Havine reoelvei, thi week, a few more PARAtOLS to tberedcjaptic...

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. — 16 June 1871

Jwlin lam line OM .Mitt out t (Jft. r nua. J bn 'art the M mf tmt te r. wbtrt it 1 Ull &1 Eu'.firt knock off tbe will wore Avm tsat w ar uo hrr fwt, n m -re we'll driv ber ob In r ! or b't-h her t tt i"W, b' -x hi a fAltfcfu1 beast for er, tL! f-el and r her mw. I ' J-rh ber many jears ajo, before jou, Jo-n, I- care yon our first hone-back ride npon a gen tle walk . Mother and I walked b her side axd held you on litr buck. As etly Ui moved along tbe beaten meadow track. M ther his eoae and kft as, John, she's at the farm above. Siting within the circle, at tbe great featoflcve. You know he'ore ber wsary feet bad touched the river swell, Plio wanted us for her dear sate to usa old Nancy well. I're dm the old mare many miles; she never ran away, She new skeered at anj thins: she s iw, by night or iar Mie'.- d..ne some Ull work, that I know, in smooth and nanny placet. An! no one ever knew her yet to kick outside the trace the' seen the day that afae could trot with any of tbe nags...

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. — 16 June 1871

DDBUKGTON. FKIDAT. JD.VE 16. 1871 0. 3. BENEDICT. Editoi. THE WEEKLT FREE PRESS li puUiihsd every FridAT morning by THE FBEE PEESS ASSOCIATION. College ., Burlington, Vt. TEEMS t Two Dollars a Year In AdTance. TEiVTiKtrFa" Pnass contains every tne latest news. Local and State Sews, Oorresponc Editorials, choice selected Miscellany, tales, ketches, poetry. It Matket Reports ; and Boston Stock and General Markets , Camericge Cattle Market. St, Albans Butter Market, c. ar ticles m Airlexltaral topics, and every thin: going to make np a valcabzjc sailt rarza. It is prat ed on a large 36-coliinui sheet, and contain! more reading matter tfcaa any paper In this part of the country. Aidree s all orden to THE mEE PRESS ASSOCIATION Bcu!e. Vi. NOTICE TO .sriISCKIBEIiS. When yon fend word to hare yonr rt-cffieeej-crers changed, al-aya give tie pesWfie. to wMeh your paper has keen sent, as well as the one yen wish it lent to. Every subscriber h nrl " f? tk tzpsrw, every week, by the r' In- his n...

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