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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 June 1871

i BCKMXGTOJf AND TICIXIir. Metcorologlcnl Record Lat.4.2r; LonsT3.ll)i Elevation above tide water 7 feet , above Lake Champlain 277 feet JujE-Fltst Wei IS71. . TRETtUOMETER. a.m Jr.M. 9r.il (mcan)7A.K. ni fi 29 W. NK "I M 7i 19.62 SW 2 f.5 29.50 SW i" 79 72 2)M SW vi o no 29.89 7' 7J 29.4S I E i . it 6 29.27 1 bW N SW bW NW NW BW bW SW ' NW , N SW SW bW 8W Average temTieratnre of the week. 70. 34. 71. CM. Temperature of the firft -week la June, Kip, 1 'i the lumber ectcrel at this Tort from Jcne 1 to Jane 8th, inclusive, nineteen tiargtf, ladrn it 'n J,JW,.;31.' feet, were consigned to C. si. icett ,v Soil ic mm.js. At Richmond on TucsJay 110 c f butter were sold from 22 to 25 cents, and li nee of cheese from C to 12 sects. Marktt ii. a;. d butter 1 to 2 oenti better thin lift 1-t. Alban Birmx Mask ft There was a flight improTnent in price, on TuesJsj. butter .hnp as follows: common, Kc; fair, 20c; p oJ, '2 c ; prime, 27c. Cbexsf, 13 to H Shipment of batter, l,"iOS tabs. V u ibu. Pi...

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. — 16 June 1871

BURLINGTON, VT FBEE PBESS, FRIDAY MOBNIN&, J U ri Jti J.O, xo x. THE rg 8ooite. The Proper Use of Wealth. Thi. nfivtcr Oooner of New Tori, is an honored enc, whercra it is known. j PARASOLS : parasols:: When tr0fSUnS boy. be felt the need d ntesrirttta7f.wPfs jnst such encouragement, as he has given to thocrandi", and before his income hardly met hie personal wants, he framed the out- j line of the great charity, which bears Lis j namcind i$ bis noblest monument. Through a long life of temperance, integrity, thrift and honor, the old man ftcadily labored to j bring about the darling object ho had in j view When he had accumulated a fortune, I vre hire also bought, in expectation of having t ...,. . r 1 .mi weather, sometime during the season, a full he ppent a large part of it, in the erection of JJnMiit el and bUN UMBKr LLAS. ms Ve'Sbo'' n.k ....rrfbllandeumplete. Wewisn to a-ntn call attention to It. hav? almost everything In P.rassls, naall onea, Urge ones, cheap, idium and l...

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. — 23 June 1871

From the Argosy. Ilermicne ; R, TU VtrrZtLESClB ADJC3TED. Whenever I winder, up and aNwt 'hi i tt ! 'le I eu't mike oat iWo-jo 1 vru littit fur boolf, no doubt. i Uai a wife and (he is wise, it.ef in phi tptiy, strong in flreek , y.e atcles f ha ow htr prett i en , i -ter r rute to hear rer speak , Mie writes a little for lore, not Im - II pub' who 1 a hook with adreary came. An! ct (tiod bless her) is mild ana meek ; And how I happened to woo and wel A w.ttao prett and wise withal I part ol the pan e that fills my bead ilauoj mo at tlm and mocks me in bed ; Haunts inc, a&d makes me appear so email, 'ineonU answer that I cm eo 1 I ciuH mabrre married HermJoce, Chat i? her fine wise name) but she bt -oped in her wisdom and married me. V.'T I am a fellow of no degree, iircn to romping and jolity , The Latin they thrafhrd Into me at school "he w-rid and its fights have thratbed away At figure al 'as I an no Tool, A I'D city rcles J say my Bay. Lu lima iunee at twenty-nine, i I k n....

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. — 23 June 1871

Ihe Jrcr ress. 'nn'RMSOTOy. FRIDAY. JPXE a I8" aTa. BENEDICT. Editor- run U'ECKLV I'RKE PRESS I.miVUshedevery Friday mernlxiKby THE FREE TEESS ASSOCIATION. CoIIs BoI'"K,on vt ! To Dollar a Vcar in Advance. Tat Wkilt Furs Pi" contains ""-r w.rt.i,ll State News, Corrwpood . Kitortals.caoice selected MtseeJlany. .ketones, poetry. Market rUiNe-J .ad Boston Stock an General Markets ; Cimbrtd Cattle Market, St. Albans Datter Market, ic, ar tlcl on Airieultural topic., and every thins gobv to make up a vilcails raattT nrES. It u prinl ed on. large 3cm .bt,.ed contain. rsadins matter Uun any p.P In this part of the country. AHnu aU orders to .Tins THE FREE PRD98 ASSOCIATION. rtt-RUSGTOX, r. .notice to "m-ikc;kihbk- men :r sen weed So tfT fire ehaaged, always civ. y.nrp.p.rta.W-nt.a. w.U as tb. one you wih b rant la. ,,rr subscriber Wormed when his sur-crip-.; tlon eiplr y week, by the Pf In. hi. name. IWtu. of sanction to other j oar just trior, the date com round, will be a great eonv-niea...

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. — 23 June 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23. 1871. Ill' ISLINGTON AND VICINITI". Jicteorologlcnl ItccoiJ. Ulu 41 27 1 Lonsr73.lfl: Elevation uie w ater 367 foot ; above LaVe Champlsin 2T7 feet. Jcse Sccoxd Week 1971. . THEKKONETER. EAROV. WJVBS. Q ;i. Itm 9 p.K.(mou7 a.. ar.. r.-;3 BW 5 NW 4 (W 4 SW 7 NW 6 NW 9 NW S -,. r.9 51 ! J9.U ' NW WW 77 "I M 21...2 W W 17 .4 W -".-" 8 W .- 67 57 A 16 SW 6W t I 54 ' ' W SW I i,l 52 -"4 1 1 W V.' Averasc temperatare of the week. 61. S. Temperature of tlie ainie week in Jane, li, G7.. Fall or rain during the week. 0J.9 Inches. Ka'Q in tlia- saate interval Lat year, 1.47 tccbes. The Chaoplain Association cf UniTersaliets race at Kcbraond on the list Wednesday and ThureJa-r of June. K.i mu'XD Mauet. On Monday 200 tabs of hutur were sold at 23 to Co cent, and 360 l-oiescf cheese mt 4 to 10 cents; some g chceee I Tinging 12 to IS cents. Miltox. There were 1H1 tubs of batter eoU in this market on Monday at from 21 to 28 cents and a few ...

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. — 23 June 1871

r- -i o rv t The Wonderful r Departure TrsE-"Ktng if tie CenniM M" Oh hare jou heard the latent n?wiT The botternots hare pot the blue, liecsnjo. they find they can't relaw To uke the new departure. The martyr from across the lake I eiennired for he own dear ease. The copperhead (bouH boldly Uie A brilliaat new departure. ceoars Ilokey, pokey, winkey warn. The ww lepartore'e all a ihaao dot up toserre VaUaarctnm, Vtiij icau the new eeparture. Flmt U a cbeoeo firty-oBft, At I-arto. wMtaodM&ie lepin ; lie tod then thrre what ifccdlw 4a ANwt tM ew 4e.rtcrc The netT" s dow tenrt bo repeated. The three amwiseaU be aerte Th- kn rr. too. Mat bo eteeted, i' kid cf the new departure, clir-raa Hokej, poke-, winkey warn. Rejectn nw repu lUtmi, J hcy'll pay the war debt at Um nation in jrreMthack of their owe creation. A part f tne new departure , Then too much cuntoey to prevent. With ualimited greenback, they Intent I ni:aiited bodsc at three per eeet-. At tawU of the new departure Choral...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 June 1871

Mult-Hiancn. The nuie rtood oa the ftcambost deck, Tae land lie would not tread j Tbt palled th halter round Lla neck, A ui trucked hua o'er tbe head . bi t ft ntc md hiaat-d he stcod, Ac in. the scane tj rule. X crratare of tho hild-hiok rroud, -iu ibru, tteadfis. mule. TV' urrci at,d awcra t would not ffo 1 u'U bo Jelt Ineiited: And though iber thundered blow oa blow, l!u altered not hu mind. The deck-hanl to the shore complained Tu varmint's found to stay i" And rt 11 opon tho critter! hiCo fho sounding lash raids pi J". Ii s mi'!r from Uie there rep iod. The lMt' about to Mill ; A? tuer mean in vale you've tried, Supl.se ) ou twist nil tail It's -ko.y that will nuke him land, The deck hand, bra re, though pate Tin nearer drew, with outglreteteil l.&Qil, To i i.iho the twist wall. Ti. regime a kick of thunder round 7 1 .x,k hand Where was he ' Af-k of the wave that tar around I'e-beld bim in tho fern' A moment not a vote vr heard . i'.ut wmked the male his eye, A thura to art...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 June 1871

at ,J I G BENEDICT. EniTOt. Tim WEEKLT FREE PRESS It p-Msrbe every Friday marainc by THE FKEE PEESS ASSOCIATION. Cetlege au. BartlnRlon.Vt. TlllSt Tu- Dollar a Year In Advance. TiiKnurflu JTaiss sontiins every week, toe U news. .oaluaSuMSrwl, Correspond enoe. lst.toruvls.ebo. efdaeu! Mlseellvny, tales. .ketcbaa pory. c nine iicpmiL. . ,d Ba Stock i.d S MiT; " Str tr..p.TALMBxriMi.Tr. UHprmt- tJol,iiris3Mitait"mJ"T reiamginirte-tain any paper tnthiBirt or cocntrj . Aidressail orders to .ma TIIE FREE FKS8B A9BOOATIO. . BcmtmOTM, Vr. NOTICE TO s-rB-CRIBBRS-to .ead word to neve year -ott 10- J , ... DoaMAoe to which droaehaagoa- always pre the P" tk il Ml to. DrTbiOT toformo! when hi. hoCTi- lr jt elbr. th H "md' n the PubUaiiert. Kditor, hot aiwar" 1 1VE rut- KiM Henienwy' Vt. Gazetteer. Vol. 2 ! Th. -onJ Tolome of the Vermont nwionoii . , ..f. .ini, Gmirttftr it wtore ne naicy voium. i . .. L ,.f imi Tilue 1 . . u. .0. f- tron. tM nt-row, .nJ riiae u it r' ' TOb on re e wb once more t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 June 1871

BHIiMXCTOXAXU VICI.MTr. Meteorological Record Lat-M.27, Lonj;3.10 Elevation above Udo wattr 3C ft , above Lake Charcplain 2" feet Ji-.ie Third fftii-IS71. . TaCBMOVCTKB. BAHO! 2 " '! P. .7 CI II. --. 1.1 r ji 61 I" (I 71 .11 fi7 f.s ! .v. f.l 29.5.1 S9.6.1 29.71 AM W W NtV sty bE NW NW '1 .NW N W . 3 NW NW ' 3 SK IE 10 8K R 6 W W 10 KW NW I 67 1.5 '.II S 51 f I NW Avenge temperature of the wrf k, Temperature of tao same week June, IPTli, Fill urram darine the week. Haminthesaneinterval lart :ear, 5,. in CS..76 inefaeF. ,3b incbes. New PiTEsrs. Patents hare been granted to N. V. Rbicion of this city for rock drilling machine and to H. W. SpaulJing of Chelsea for ax'.o gauge. Rfm. K-tats. It. C. Rowe has bought lots Not. -i and 21, and a portion of land in the rear of the same ; and L". C. Rjer has bought lots No. 'J 3 and 20 and a portion of land in the rear of the same of the lots of YsnSicklen.Biracs and Walker, on North Avenue. Iiii Eiut RIAL 1 n-'ios. We learn that the veteran st...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 June 1871

Asnr. JJr. Wy HuFUn Stamdtk Movement tf VallandtSkm--Jl MeeUn9 m 4icA -Ur. Jtofff Tflfr" a CosrBiTXnoiM, (which ii in the tUtc ofKtutocky.) M.y 31. 1S71.-A ctfe and comtrthTefanrejt:T the polUitle field W Ufird of. eome atbs S tbU ttout omc shift in the pcsitwn nr the Diraocrif y, oar hope ut suecrw w ciceedinglj thin. The moloos heni introdoMt bj VilUn-iygum into the con Troihun ht the Dimocrisy nr Montgomery arontj, Ohio, wm to me a new lite. Troo, they liCTtheslite disidcanuje ut ahjoorin errj tbiagthatis Diajocratic, and ut puttin the Duaocmtk prtj on parely Kepnblikia groand, bar wa: ut thtf I kin stand even so tailen a chan-V ei that. W at I want it the eoopretne happtiiws ut ktclin that nigger Lubbock out ut the puitofns at the Corecrf, and ur put tin mj self in his place, and Kernel Mcl'eUer and Uder Pennibirker w bo her bin Unguis bin outride the offices ut asswor aad collector are artooated by the !tw high and holy imrra'He. Ef to do this rt-..uirt the okkepyic ut Republic...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 7 July 1871

I ltackbone. 5 yon see a fellow mortal Without fiiH and fearlosa views, Hanging on the skim or others, W!k:n in their cur-o3hoes IJi m? low fi wealth tiror, Vhntiitct inv 1 hta4, 1. ad t r tract or waver, v. t I'ds to ! drove "r 1 d Tlk tocr-telf with ft w mnne. Hi row oar moral t-h -ni'.TB hack. Show (iur Ki ,c hi jvrve und taarrow Jii tiie tiling wUtcu hi tuott lack, A tdrodger word Was never nn! In sens and tm, Thin tbU. backbtnr When jxa tee a theokuian, Hu,rziEg close sorns olj" creel, Fearing to reject 07 question ikJpmaa which h's priest my reaC, II oiding back all nofeU fueling. Cboktn down each manly view. Oaring more for ftnas and symbols Than to know the Oood and True ; Waik yoursell with firmer bearing. Throw ycur coral shoulders back, Sh w your spine baa nerve and marrsw Ju?t tae this which lilt must lack A stronger wo id Was never hoard Inwti'e and tone. Than this, backbone. When yon sos a po'dtlein Crawling through contracted boles, Hogging for some fat position. In 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. — 7 July 1871

"BOKLISOrb.V. FRIDAY. JOLV 7. 1871. G. a. BENEDICT. Editor. " THE WEEKW FREE 1'KES.S IgcuMiiiedererr rridrmornIasby THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. CoIUf-e St.. Burlington, VI. TXKHS . Two Dollar a Year in Advance. THiWiKLrFBK Peiss contain! every week, tne ltlt news Local and Stat. New. Correfpond tan. Editorials, choice selected Miscellany, tales, sketches, poetry. Market ReporU ; Sew 1 ort and Bolton Stock and General Markets t CamorMse Cattle Market, St. Albans Cutter Market, te.i ar tleloi on AEricaltural topics, and every thins ptoS to make np a valuable rttr rirKK. It U print ed on a largo 36olttmn sheet, and contains more readlnc matter than any paper In this part of the eoantry. Aadrtssalloraers to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, IlrBLHfCTO. Vt. .NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBE""1 When you send word to have your rc. ad dress chansod, always slvo the pottofficetowiucn yonr paper has bee, sent, as well a. the on. yon wish it sent to. Every subscriber is Informed when his rip tlon expires, every ...

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. — 7 July 1871

IiritLIXGyJNAXD VICIMTr. ?2cteoroi?ical Record. a.4i 27, LonsT3ao i Elevation above tli ratsr 367 feet, above Like Champlain 277 feet. Jcxe Toueth Week 1671. THEOMOMrTEtt. BAR OH. WIXPS. 2 "a. Jr." "r.M. (mean7 jl.m. 2p.m. 9r., ' '7 f-i 29.61 SW SW SW -' M 29.1 I NW WW IN ' 61 53 29.59 N N W t 7J frt 29.-0 N w sw m. ;r. 29.fO bW W SW - "I 72 29.37 SW flW hW ' l 7 1 t.7 29M bW bW SW -i M WW WW NW ' " bj " 29.68 WW WW WW A erae temperature of the month, 63. c65. Average temperature f Janeiro, 70.0,?. A vera;;. of J an for fourteen ye ire, 64. cy;. Average height of Barometer, 29.511 inches. Average of June forfoarteen tears, 29.566 Amount oi nam for ut monui, Average oi Ham la June for twelve 1.72 2.62 Th wort of enlarging (Ireea Mount Cemetery is rapiliy i.rogrtwing. "ttnp I. Harar bw commenced building a ro. Jence on Mep Street, on the lot east of hit father' dl-uw. i r. rnvth ie about to return to thiachy, where he is to establish hie permanent bai- luartersfor Vermont. H.pley Sons...

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. — 7 July 1871

Cor. N. T. Tribune. Michigan University. Akk Abmu. Jnae 27 Ann Arbor is onlj 41 vers old, with a popn l,aon of m 10.03) souls, but is ore of the most ddifbtfal of coUcse to. Hills abund Uy wooded, i. t thi. time. luxuriant in foliage rise on all silu Iron the litUe Hirer Hoiod, urn which the Detroit Observatory tot, down from the hirutst limiu of theeatj. The bonding of the Stste Univcrsitr-the ob ecrvstory alone excepted ire npon Umversrrv- ave pun a muc irum Railway Station, refemUicftery roues in sitae- . Hon as they do in architecture, the Bute Uni versity of Vermont it Burlington. A new pub- ' lie spirit has been developed within a year or two which is enabling the dwellers in beautiful homes here to compare confidently their streets and svennes with tie most venerable Iiew-Lng- land town TJniversity-ave., which stretches rust the ten acres of the eollefe campus, is rrovnni into a rrrand boulerard, 2 feet wide. ; There are cow 1.110 students in all the college, and classes or 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. — 14 July 1871

Tbe Ivlia. ir cnicus Bitur. Upon cub stormy ftundar, Com'nj; adotm the laxe. Were a so ;reor bono v lass s. ABd the Mreettsi. I iniln alu Wai Coddle. Tint I took cnnnth mj-pla.iiH To sMe!d her from the lata, II Bhe slid that tbe daisies Uosb.d For the kiss that I had ta'tn. . I wadnahae thought Ibe lassie Wad sae cf a kla complain. "Hoir.ladois' I winna star coder your pladdie, If I ctDSbaue tn the rain ;" III Bat 03 an after Sunday, tthen di ad iheie w. notae, Tlits self-same winsome lassie We chanced to meet In tbe lane said : ' Laddie, Why dinna ye wear your pladdie? Wha kens hut it may rain !" July Galaxy. Our Darling. Orer the hars of a dainty cam 6h bent with a shire-in- cry and moan. ToMins her white arms to and fro. For tne door was ejar.and her bird had flown. CIm- to the bosom I held the child , I to'fl nr )! ... .v . I'uj' the sorrowful wind, and my sorrowful heart moanin; us WLoieoay lonr, And ah . from her feverish lips that nisht There broke like tbe cry of tbe lonesom...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 July 1871

-jllxN-GTOX. FEIDAY. JULY 14. IST1 Q. 0. BENEDICT. Editox. THE AVEEKttT TREE MIKSS Is pasiuhea every ?rlUymswamgy THE FEEE PRESS ASSOCIATION. College U, Barllngton. VI. TXSJlSi Two Dollars n Year in Advance. -siWizsltPzez Pniss oentiini every weak, tn. utestiwwa, laical and Stat. Nswa, Corresoswi anca, E4IU.rUll.d-S aolecte. MUV. I'd ITsiei end General Markets j-"? (Ml. HUM, St. Alball, Butter M: to ar ticles am AirlecltuiUKipra,"" " " ttolHpiHiaBtrIIJ 1 .d ooa lares aslama sb.et.aad t "V rm-mu than any paper In this part of th. country. Aairesa all orders to . THE FREE HOW ABWCIATIOrl, NOTICE TO MTI1SCKIBEUS. When yon send were to k Jtf! dress obliged, always sas to vrtdeh your papku well as tb. . jreu wish It sent to. Every suWerlterl. infcnwd sutsserlp tlon .7ptrse, every wee. r P "f in'bisnaaie. BsittlK of faborfpttoB l other year test r.tt dels eoseas rad, wBl bs m!rrMtoloUIW.U Letters awlssss.es. 'be eddlissed tt" &itsor, bat always to Tux hiz Pass Absociathw. Democratic D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 July 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE PEESS, FEIDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1871. HCKIilXGTOX AND VIC1MTV. Meteorological Kccord. Lat-H.2?i Lon;n0.10; J2eTstloa aboTB tide water 3S7 feet j abore Lake OhampUin feet. JctT First Weee isn. - TBCRJiaKETER. A ROM. TTlXDS. Q 2 ; A.M. 2 p.ll .9 rjrj'Oneaa) 7 u. 2 F.H. 19 P. H. I 61 74 - 66 78 1 6" , 77 I 66 75 CX 77 6 S 71 71 SW , SW ! tlW I BE bW eW NTC I 0.!4. Areraxe teaperature of the week. Average tempetatare cf same peritd, i-co" Fall orraia, ojaicei. Kkai. Estate. Henry J. Nelson has bonght sixty feet front on Pearl street, of Rer. J. II. Worcater far $2,000. General Foster hu purchased of J. W. Vi'ard ell his ruidrnoe on White Street Rev. Mr. Murray, writing from the Adiron dack, sajs flies arc scarce and game plenty. SoJ water with Otard. Bourbon, sclinspp'. and rye syrope. are the fashionable drioka tin season at Saratoga with those who don 't take kindly to Congress water. The street eommia.one are deemyiug the old Tearl street bridge and are fill...

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. — 14 July 1871

35i -- . . I tiww .t, I wme, I . Panes and (Drfflns. " nrrr the War. The iTfiir , Sweet Ultl. relfM.cl.JrfricmJj, Sr'S,Sal . book tr crochet! , 1 v.niir as bee ie a clortr bloom 1 Biy . orJam ortho Seldi where it oowr 1 With lnoense ef myr-Je and row. ,.: int. te Isbbor, dear little neiihbcr, s3ic pmtlly to the way. flow shall I tell whit I'm lonpus to say I Nerer a lo. does the sire to my 'T, Sereratb wrhtdoeesbetfrewbomaybe lironeh the due snotltrs juit parted to see. Merry ss huxmlrt; bird lost amonS lilly blocms, Irtsht isyoor '."a be the luture to the. Trie from .11 eorow 01 job rrom the tliouSht of iv Celmas the treut ol the trrplol lea. Swset little nelht.or, dear little relator. Smllinseo cheerily orer the way 1 Blithe little nelentwr, blest Utile: Somet'ne. perhaps, I will telll! 1 may. Tlie Tret. How did X know that she loved Ice T I opened the door, . . . And sanllrbt dished from her o'er Kid o'er , Sadden it broke, Before 1 spots. From forehead and e e end rxemblinl Bps,...

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. — 21 July 1871

The Old Woman. The oii woman works like a slave O'er wash-tab inJ aettU tad boiler . II er fi.:e U Is farrowed an! mr- lif r bent anooWers show her a toller. Through all rthes acirliMav er liar mrs aed her jct it Hiiro i:n eza n;, Yet under ib Uace other tears A I.e iur iaa.ca-'ity ueam i-c- Tue old wot an wjtVi Hie a -date. And i .ertiy osars wuh iit .- cro-1 . the t tint i be toc-reif ul crave ill corr he tor rows and lv-? Yet seldom sbo otters ooajplaict . Her joy w la lM4oin,; other , And she e'er Bbnaaer or funt. The wtu ta she carsToily suatbtrs- Uio is up at the dawn cf day. At work -while, bor daughter are sleepinc ; While dreamm; of loren are U7, hfaa is eookiBK -e breakfast and wjfai. bbt never asks 31 My ti sweep, ad 4 Lizzie don't like to do Cooking, And dish-water happens to keen Tuetr hand roub aod very la-looking. And bp the keep plodding alon;. And tboacb hr- poor heal may be acfaimr,' tShc work with a will that strove, Aod doe a large wubiac and bailor,, And Marches...

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 July 1871

VII i)l 1S IT JJt itt. if 1 11 V ( " - l'' Bp5g0T0S. riJDAT. JCLT II, 1871 0. a. BENEWCT. Editoe V,IE WEKKLT FREE I'KESS TnX IT.M PHE8S ASSOCIATION. Collier st TtnrlinsrtMi. Vt. TEKVB. Two Dolhsrs a Year in Admncr. Te ffiKii rare tla evf' , uwt swwa, and 8"" ' -ntmoaid-BL. BdfaK sstoctsd Kit e. ,, tale.- .ketd.ee, PtiT. M"""K K"rfc Nc Jf and IHym SVx Ml Gral M.rkeK irnhnd.-o Ctttl. Hum. St- Albans BntUr Mara.l. ' tides to Acrfeulturcl tootoa, and eren th Difu.nj to make up rimini niniTrins. It j P'-'i-,d on a Hrp shet.aa4 " r.ut-matter than aay Hr to tin part of the country. AddrtM ill orders to THE FT.KE PRKSS ASBOtllTIOK . Boaussros, V0T1CU TO srUSCRIBW All T. will be prompts d.MOB tinned at th expiration of th-- time paid for, nod therefore. snb-enbers a lshiEj tbeir Paper contiuaed without interruption, should renew their sab fcriiuion at leaM one wecU before their paid term close. WUa yon sra wori to to" roar postonioe M drtss ehanst.1, !'! S Paan "!"cl1 yoar paper hutaa sent, ...

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