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

m-Ki.ixcTo.VAXn vicixiir. Hon. J.athan Lincoln of Miltcn, has sub scribe! $5 to the Chicago relief fond. Ihe congregation of SL Mary's CatleJral contributed S130 in aid of Chicago. St. Au gustine's Church, Mootpelier. lead 5112. The Hibernian Society, of this city, tubscribed S40 f jr the sane object. Cambridge. 0. W. Reynold's tends SJO to lie Chicago sufferers H. Montague sends 70 to two young men who lost their til by the fires a North Wisconsin, and H. Hopkins, S. Saf i i J, Mrs. M. Safford, S5 each, and Jlra. Foote, to the sufferers in that distressed region. Iids't See It. Barton, the Waterborj bant r ;,ber, has not jet been found, and Squires, the ( aretnont detective, offers to catch him again fir rl11'1. but the Washington county authori- , , ih ak they hare paid him alaost enough, tt 1 aie in doubt which ia the greatest rascal, he , I'.m ,c scholars of Essex Classical Institute in i,r 1 to cicse their fail term with an exhibition. 1 he trrm b been successful and profitable...

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 November 1871

TUe PaM. TO.. looilnr. bartirard from tail manhood's prida, s not the specter f W misspent Urn. ! And. tfcron; the shade Of fnneiil e rpress, planted iniek tMrd, From the lored deal J Who beers bo trace ef iKlon'tn force it Who shoos thr suns:, u tcrnb e remorse ! V, bo does tot cut . On tb tbronrnd paj ol hlf raemerj-'s boot, St tow! a d aid half relortant look, ResretulotthepirtJ Alu' the eril which wo Mn would shua WeCo, ul leare tb wistel Iw so.d undone ; Our etrenstb twlair It hot t, morrow's nikiM, prone to fall : Poor, blind, unprofitable serranu all Are we always. Tet who, thus looting backward o'er his J eirs. Keel! not his erellds wet wilh grateful tears, If he hath been Permitted, weak and sinful as he , 1 cheer ad aid In some ennobling cause. Ills follow-menf If he hath hidden the outcast, or let in A ray of suahlne to the cell i f tin If he hath lent , . Strength to the weak, vuJlnaniiourcTneea, er the f ufleiinz, mindless of hie creed Or home Lath Lent He has not llred...

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 November 1871

The Macr-DrlTer's Story. BTBEET HAUTE. it vis the staire-driver'si story, h stool -with hU hekt.tlw wheelers, .ijict'j flocking h R whip, and tcrsiQhiJ quid 4 jtiha", . tt i.ii''ntedaty road, tnd blent tltii Ota rays o: I in- iDmliKut. I , . ,m th Kb tblt whlp&nl the juleo. ti' ct? eo ing. !. r 1 Mr, 1 believed yoc tooJ 1 u- y (a that subject. , j your existence might put to toe hazard and turn of wager, ihiwtwndtnr! Ohne' not m fair, mdoid. I assure you ; ,vvbanse 'twas the man with tho dot; that Is st ting &lone in yon wacn. It wa the Geixcr Grade, a nulo and a half fim Uie -utnmit; ... as jour hat w the nis;lit, and never a star in tlie hem tsbs. .in'ennsdowntlgraJe,thogra?el and rt mes we sent flying , ert Herrwip.ee side a thour.d foet plumb to t'leuttmi. i i l wr the grade I feltir. a thrilling and - , r-S to one aide, a weknnsoa Uie bisk of i h rat me, k n-npUisroad.I mw, in the distance ii n : me, I. ai wheel nftheeoachjtut loosed fim ig v o and falJoinr. r n rel sav...

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 November 1871

Jj'JRIS.fca jeKJESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1871. THE BURLINGTON, VT. BPBLLVOTOX. FRIDAY. NoV. 10. 1S71 0. Q. BENEDICT. Editok. TO OL'R Mj'USCIUHEKS. .1 Premium Given to Every One. To every ntw subscriber for IhsWxEKLT Fbie Press, paying JIM for J'" ln advance, we will present a copy of Stuart's larss and beautiful Steel Line EariTin;, entit'ed 'A.n l-m-Fiill-"' The reaUr price of tMs beautiful picture is two dcllsrs, arid It cannot be obtained of the prist f cllers for any less ana. We thus srire roi'lt DOLI.AICS WORTH fjrTliO. Tlio Encravlng U an eieeeuinxly pretty cue, eie cntod in tbe beat itjlertbe art. Iron tUe pencil of tha aims art st whs drew the- wall knowa picture From Shore to Shore," sadthouxh in an entirely different itj lo, ia bo leaa ploajuc and doairable than that It ia printed on hearyplate-paper.naurui! a x 24 inches. That alt our soWrfoerl may tare opportunity to stt thla beautiful engrarint Fit EE, we will give a copy to any who renewa Lie subscription Ibr...

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. — 10 November 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1871. UCUI.INCTOX AN'U VICIXITT. Meteorological Itcconl. ul.tk.K; Lonn.10; Elevation alove U4e water 37 feet , above Lake Champlain 277 feet. OCTOBIH FOUETH WltES 1871. TBCRVOVKTER. BIRO. a.m ir.u ,9p.m. (mean) 1- 63 I S9.51 l.i ftl 49 29.51 1 SW SW . NW NK N N S sw i sw SW I JiW sw sw N W MW SW I SW SW 41 35 54 , 47 2W1 30.CU 1S.76 29.37 29 72 j 29.79 7 !'? S5 'S 4J I BW 7 Average rase temperature, or the month 47.cao ... 4-.H. fOctforarteeni.r. .Vi,? i ir wi Ma v. mo uivnia Icehea - n 'all. .' h inches, average of rain U Oct. tor The of Charlotte hire collected ia three .,v. ar. 1 forwarded to Chicago, three boxes of ,. .. vr TtL 5351.23, and noaej' t j the anoont hm.'M' Brim Mabket. There were at i-ke: Tuesday 400 boxes of cheese, at prices -awt r"m 10 10 I'- nt for farra dairies ; V, rv and sage. 12 to 13 cents ; and 200 tabs ,f I iier. at prices ranging from 26 to 28 cents f r gi i. 'nJ --' ,0 31 for choice. The a' e...

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 November 1871

Agricultural. Dry Earth jor Bedding.-?.. P llltaoT v the tnatmrc, and add, to he Jomfort ofbis stock I dry rth m be rtabte. To do th.s Le fills a or l.rjo bin in hWKaUe during dry pulvcriied day. road prangs nd ooon ioil. W ith this he covers the flMr or each i tall three inches deep, and then tlaccs the litter lor the animals bedding on :t ; by this means all the urine (.hall be ateorbcd,and its wealth of nitrogen eived.and each is the ab-eorbin- power of dried earth, that one three inch flooring will not be bo thoroughly eatn rated in a long time as t9 ronmre rcrJaeiog. Ho rays bis experiment required but one bin of rolraiied earth to abeorb the urine often or twelve cattle during the stabling season ; and that two men with a team filled the bin in one day. One ton of saturated earth is worth more than the same weight of even fre.li sated dung. The aggregate amount ol plant food thus saved from the stalls is Tally djublc. and in much better condition for u-e Collage Chat. Take hal...

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. — 17 November 1871

After U,c Kail. t sCT ist J embed their tesntlful hair, T'te'r ions bright tresses by cn v- il.ev ifugheo aa4 likr1 in tbir lam i. .ire, -Tt'te rjw : was coun ilty W.kod ol waits at d ;ui 1. 1 , ' i , i tacj laoshsd. like oilier g n, .t . vr ti fire Len a.i i. j i " tii ir os i cu , i ol fit n and Crcsso'y aoc, u 'U Hwers and ri9bo im l4-te:ei a'Kat in every p-v. AT r ue re el is through. i i Maaii nod Madge la robes of white, t re p'ett est night own under ta win, - fugles, elipper'eas sit In the nitit. it r tne revci la done, . i' ic us1' their beautiful hxlr, i is wondeiful war&f of brown ao4 goM, -rn'fi.eti out in the chamber .titers, A the little hare feet are coM. I the jritherins winter chill, a ut oi ttie bitter tot Aiie weather, e rv tire isoat and the house isstlit. ,i 1 and Madge together, . , j 1 r i Mad ie n robes of white, t r..t : mciit-cowns UTiaer the stm, , twsj from the chilly nJect, , : u revel is dane, , a a splendid dream, i jft '(us uern' twinkling tune, t...

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. — 17 November 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FKJ3I3 PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1871. lic Sm ire5S- Baau.voTO.v. fridav. xqv. k. i8'i. 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editos.. TO OCR SUBSCRIUEUS. .1 Premium Given to Every One. To ersry urst subscriber for the Weekly rati Pnci5,pyIa;$IOJfjr ajear in advance, we will prestnt a copy or Stsarfs lares and boautlf al Stee! Line Eneriviaj, entitltd "A.n Arm-Full-" The rsjular price cf fill beiatifal picture Is two dollars, and it cannot be obtained of tbe print tellers for any lers sun. We thuifiive fOITi: DOLLARS WOKTII fjr TIVO. Tbe Ensrarins ii an eieeedinsly pretty one, e je cotel In the btst style of tbe art, from tbe pencil cf the line art tt who drew tte well known picture " From bhore to Shore," ail though in an entirely different It J le. Ii no !e pleasinc and deairablo than that ltupilntedonbeiryplatpaier.mesrlne M z 21 inches. That all cur m-nerlr-ers may bare opportunity to Ret thil beautiful ensravin.: FREE, we will glvaacopy t any ' "" "1" "newt kit subscri...

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. — 17 November 1871

IICKUXCTOXAXU VICIN1TV. Meteorological lEccoril. Ltt.t I Longne.lO: Elevation lwra tkla eater iT feet; above Lake Champlain 277 fees. Xovcxbeb Fibst Wria: IS7I. p. TBESMOVETCB. B1B0V. WISD. 2 i(tnean) a.., '.r.a.iv p.k X, 46 40 31 .H) 29.17 29.S2 29.78 29.79 28.67 2P1 29 57 Ml SB N NR NW N NW Mf 9 i 7 NW 4 NW 8 N 10 fl W 9 NW W U I V.' 11T NW I NW Average lemperatare, ef the week 31. 2fl of iesamewte- iS70, i.33j rain tall, 04 Inctes. Look to Yonr Subscription. i'herc arc several hundred subscribers to UoWeixiv Feek 1'iiess whose paid term ciriiroa in December. All such should make r ronipt remittanie in order not to miss a ein- numlicr of the paper. Our invariable rjle i- 1 1 stop all papers as soon as the time mid for expire. Look to the date on the , lrw label of your paper which will show 1st yu arc paid up. (hit numberof the Weeklt Fait Psess will b foaoJ rateresdng and valuable Especial pains have b11 tfcfcfi in its "making up," and e att'J oar patrons that what we have comniw...

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. — 17 November 1871

r - TBE BURLINGTON. VT., FJREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOYEtBEB .Yon.cfe 'S rr ChU.lre... Tory wrnt tn ses in sieve. ilA In a etere they went te sea , In pl"l JJ tbeir r. WJ. ;;,. Oawmttr' mora. " liasirvetbey wsnttoses. .4 Ar-d when the sieve turned round tnlim j And errrr on. clod-Toa-ll all be dr.ned Tbsy called .oo1. "Oar sieve ain't Ma But we donl eere a buaon . we don't care an. In a sieve we n fotarea " iru1ljir firul ww. Are the iand where the JnaWw live TI e , bead, are reen and tbelr beads .re bine And the went to sea in a siev. Ti e .utcd awar in & evc. they aw. In a ei - tnev sailed eo fist. t!. . ui a nesatiful pel-ereen veil. Tied h r.htmn. by t i n sail, Tutlui I wbaeao-pipemast. Ate neri .ne said, who m them no "i'h w m'l iher be - 3in upest, you snsw Mt'ftl) I- larks 5 the VOVaCTU tone. A..: t..i peu.hat urn, it'.- eii-eedmrly wronr, 'i a . -i t : ss.l 5 . last " Tn vr.' - ii Mjoneaane m. did Tt p i. soon eDc in tbtm drj th'i wrapped their lee: Jc a j.'ak. paper ...

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. — 24 November 1871

Poetry. Tlir lEatttful Lnter. s ' Juha earns t ntrht and ate .4 tt ' tu'i an hear fceeiO ik. ni A Anwi Lvi v it J.ea l-t vtu t.t tree' The iritttmerorthe ouma j t atsr. Johti aned very str&niw, t tVn I w1n I knew too re w i realii t.i.w$bt bo nin t . ai.nel? eg, to-night, ' ii-'u-.o! John's commie here qu'tc -ttfti dow, I'm rure I don't kiw waj liiuul t Althodgh my ruur Mirj sys It'i talked about the Deljtbtwrbjt 1 That he u mafctne Iota to me The strangest thing I e er hear.! , F rlfit'stru, how queer It Is That John bu never sa'd a word. Ah. well' I hral4n'tcarea mnch ICKhn himtetf hd tola ma so For then Le might have sakl it alt Upon hi own account, you know Hat he's k bssbfal, 1 betitte lle'd never oare to speak out plain I hope he'll master courage up, An-1 try it wbea he coxes again.. U cannot be that I'd to blame Tin wire 1'to helped hftaa.l I c&oli I've alwaji met him at the bar And talked as idv wotoin would That bad a lover whom (he liked. And waited with her heart...

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. — 24 November 1871

0. G. BENEDICT. Editor- TO OCR. MJUCKIKEB- ,1 S'rcmittm Given to Every One. To every saVeribtr r tneWunr rait r.. PJ ins f2 Oi f'r J ' ta wU1 present py of Stuart', larre aad beiatrfal Stoel Line EnsriTiLg, entitled .A. n Arm-Full-" The ri.-aUr plee of till beintlful pter is dollus. and eanno'. tne of !rint tellers for any less fax. We thai five rorn UOLLAHS WORTH Or TWO. The Bcrarmg U in exeMdiaxl r pretty -eoted In tbe best sty le of the lit. from the pencil of the Sim. lit t wbo drew th. well known pietur. From Shore to Snare," and though in an entirely different i le, is no lew plewtot mo desirable then tut tuprUtedOTl.s.ryptat,par.meMrfs 30 x 21 inches. That 11 our mrisen may hive opportcnlty to Cet this beautiful ensrravins FR4E, we will srlvsaeopy to my oJ ' subscription fur jear Jre January 1, and send. n . S,(.,r,,hit ..for oner,.,. aDdoue-em,.-, mm 51. will famish two copfestftoe Fair. Phi-, lor ajeer ind to pie tnrea. or r.Kiiir u.ji.Ar.s wohth roit i-mit A Utur , rTer to...

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. — 24 November 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1871. nci.xoTOXAX" vicixiTr. Meteorological Itccord. 44 Lon73.10t Elevation abcve Ude '.or n. feet , above Lake Charnplata 277 feet. SoVSVBSE SlCOJtD WlSS 1974. IBERK0MITER. Ba&Oir. WIVSS. 3 a. - r.u p.M.imean?,j a.m. xr.u. i-. o 29.2? : Nvr 29.53 SW 29.36 1 W 29.H : NE 30.11 N 29.9 I NE 29JS : s NW NW Sri NW NW N 5 NW 9 NW r, tK hi NW 10 NW 1 N 0 8E 1 . -a.rc temperature, of the week 29. 19; of ,.,?weet i, 3.CT; lellofanow, 4 Isrtea. t w Have,. From th! depot, on Tueslay, ertwereshippsd 7,785 pounds of latter, 20,- jnund! of poultry, 4 1-2 barrels of egs. , 1 4 pound j of pork. !, , ix . !) Tifs Markit. There vu not ,. l i 1 u'ter tui &ecz Jlonrday at usual at . "i .-let Prices were well sustained, llut . . . i J i- - cents. Cbtese S to 12 cento . . ,-r innei. No faitory off ere J. . u , Brrrsx M.bkt. The market . ac' ' on Tuesday. Old butter, 1 J to 17 c; . janes. - to 35c.; extra lots, SC. The lE-i'm ,u ioc. to...

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. — 24 November 1871

THE BURLINGTON, VTM FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1871. .agricultural JSr MPomcttic. Ctssrs Rettks or the Ageiccltcbe or New York. We finJ the following paragraph in cur exchange?, bot do not know ita criiin. It rre Mat some ixtereticg etatementi as to the agri, culture cf this Ststr, nJ we haU hope ere loos ta hsre the census retarcs theaiWei 8 the basis cf farther comment : The comparative tUtementa cf the agricultu ral prodaete of New Voik show eome remarka b'echanget duricg the tea jears from 1E60 to 1S70. While ibearca of improT&l land in the Sute has increased ftom 11,358,000 tolG,627,- 000 acres, the growth cr orchard product has frootitnpjwd ibe grain product a fact whkh reveal a Dew ph.fte in the development cf rural i.hir Th udd of wheat in 1870 yett 12,000,- 000 bahe.e, in round numbers an increase t-f boat 3,WO,000 bofcheis CTer j'u? Tilo of orchard product rose from 3,726,000 to S8.317.W0 in the decade or more than double. The produce of market gardens th...

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. — 1 December 1871

E'octry. Poetry IHE LEGE5D BAUriF.. v fnm He j Mirr u: . Iti than staid, I must l.jo u-d Vi, i - what tne rutub : j ti e chamber all a.on, kiiff tiDK on the User ol jo. 'ra. ed ttie Monk m 4eai cjiitt i.iu.. rhiasinsonndocisltjn, Pra , el lor ereater ali-Ueoii, la temptation and in trial . it was du nday by the dial. And the Mtsot u ail alone. Middenly. as if it lightened. Ail within biui and without blxa I n that narrow celt of stone , And be saw the BlebSed Vision oi iur L rd. with light EljsUn Like a v-sture wrapped about him He a garment round bim thrown. t as crocihed and alain, -v i, i.on:ea of -ain, wiiii eodiaghaod and feet, i t',- Monk his Master tee , ut i in the tillage street, i ,e ii use or harrect field, , a . 1 .aire and bund he healed. u . i lie waited In Galilee. i tti.tuJo imploring, - u''U hu Iwoorn crowed, . i-- a.-, worsaijjpioy, a1iria, i. : xi e Monk in rapture iwt . , 1 1. ihougot, ia heaven that rennet n j -U I that thus thoa deisftt - . c! ihi tell tome! , ...

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. — 1 December 1871

-jFBUSOIOy. FRIDAY. DEC. 1. lSTl 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editor. TO OCR UBSCRIBKKS. . Premium Given to Every One. To every subscriber for tb. Wikit Fan Prim, paylr.s tl 03 tot m year ia advance, e will present a copy of Etaart's lars tndbaauUfiil Steel Line Enravinj, enui.tu "A.n Arm-Full-' TaereiuHr P of "i" b"tifo1 picture Ii two dollan, and Mnnot be olUIned of the print lellen for any leas We thus give FOUIl DOLLARS WORTH for TWO. Toe Enjrarin- la in exceedingly pretty one, eie cntel In tbe b tj le of the art, from the pencil of the tame art's: who drew he well anown picture From bhore to Shore," aadthoujn In an entirely different ftjle, U no less pleulns nd desirable thin thit. It i! prlttod oaheavy plite-piper.mtunrini 33 x 2t Inches. That all our subscriber! may " epportonity to ret thll beiutlful enenvini FREE, we will give a copy to any. "" "ne" h .ubisrlption ftr j.ar before Jinuiry 1st. and .emllus ... ltenaer,-lnltlforOMre.s( done.em. with $1. we will furnish two oopleeoftbo Fbek...

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. — 1 December 1871

V liriCLIXCTOX AND VIClMTr. Meteorological Record. t 4ta.2T, Ions73.li)i Eleration above tit. itcr ftet , above Lake ChaicpLiin 27? feet- Norzusxn Third Wkis 1371. TBESVOHKTER. 1ABCU. WlXCS. ip.i 9 p.m (mean)? a.m.fm. r.u 1 39" 29.14"! si: 1 sk I sw 10 7 33 29.33 iNK .NW KW 10 X, 30 29JJJ 1 N N N 3 31 31 30UC NE NE NE lu 13 31 29.93 I WE . 8B BE 7 45 45 29X9 8 I bW S g 41 . 29 41 NW 1 NVV aV fu erase temperature, cf the woek 35.C75. 0f "uaie week iro. 3A H ; fall of rain, b.2S inches. I CaarL.iis. Closz or Kavigatios. Xae sbarp cold cf the last three or four days .lTJ;j closed the ends cf the LaV.e,the boats have uled off, and gone into winter quarters. The enEtct made her lut trip from Whitehall, cn -urJfii, cutting her way through ica froa ff . three ipches thiclc, fron Whitehall to MZi j ivint The Adirondack came up from Pfi Point, finding ice for same four miles 11? Tuint Both boats, with the Oakcs t. have rone into the harbor for the winter, i ,jf vt probably run a ferry.for so...

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. — 1 December 1871

Agricultural tV Domestic. .Absorbents roi the Stable. The bat absorbent for a cow stable is rrobablT dry mock. Sawdust is nearly as good. Dried ground (obtained in a drouth) or dust from the highway, ranis probably next. Then omes cut etraw, the chaff cf grain, pent tan barfc. and almot-t any material that " dry and in a purrulent 6tate. Apply plentifully where milch cows are kept; this is to absorb the od.irs as well a the moisture, for these odors are contagious to milk. The cows will do ljcttcr for such comfortable quarters, whether in fumnier or winter, and will prob ably pay for the labor thus incurred; then there w'the profit of all the manure its most valuable part, the effervescent ammonia Kiiod: and what accumulations there will be, worth as much nr more per yard as the clear dunvdej rived of its best parts. We prefer :. " .1.1 , j ort lifter tllO lw, it m.d flTltl lin til it .4 firm to the 80.1, ..tl n tnoln nlant f.lrti. Such i ma nurc is clean to handle, is dry, inodorou...

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. — 8 December 1871

Oh Oh Poetry. Hoar .Iwmle Chiuc Home, ir WILL V CtttLlTOl. 1 1. me. mutier, ret the kett t oa Aad put tbe ham and ;;, t . I ocmeiijtn; to "xv Ami make it neat. To pi caw oar Jamie' in.u:ti . t . Far Jamte is our onla m jwi kuu, he test hare perished iuur au ' U-s c in. n from the wars t kihu And hU blus ej es will s, arkl tirigut. Ana his old fid Ho will p ay i ighi iroo. His old, l,ved home again ti see. I fay, fotTt ' 'twas a caios thin Tnst Jamie was not inaUnvl nwr Lilted Kire were the rears. With topes and lears, And gloomy, hopeless tidings filled . And many a night, tho past fire tar We're lain wlthm oar cottage hare And while the rain itorm came and' went We're thought or Jamie, In his tent .And offered many a eiltnt prater That ti jd would keep htm in II j care. i (ort text a enr'aa thicj: Tat Jamie was not inalined or killed 1 1 ire were the yean. With Mood ana tear. V. iii cruel, bloody battle GUd i.i many a mom, the part fire ear tte e knelt around the fireside here A&am...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 December 1871

DnBLi.voro.v. friday. decTsT 1871. I 0. 0. BENEDICT. Eprroa. TO ciFrUUvCRIUERS. . I'rciiiiiim Given to Every One. Totvsrr f sutiscrifcer for th.WrisLr Fuss pans, pavlns!OJ for sjsar In advance, we will present a eovr t Stuart's Ur. and boiutlfal Steal Line Enirravins, eniitlf d n Arm-Pull-" Tie nilir price of tils beautiful picture ll two dollars" and It cannt obUlned or tie i'lnt tellers for any less turn. We Urns Eire r-orn IIOUWS MOUTH fr T1K). Tt.e En:rrins U in eiceed:n;lj- pretty one, tie eatel In the belt style of tie art, from the pencil of theJimeartitwho drew tke well mown picture From bhore to Shore," end thoojh In in entirely different stj le, la no 1. ss pleaslm and desirable than that. It ii printed on heavy plate pper.meainr!nj S) x lit inches. That our subscribers miy hare opportunity to get thli beautiful ensrannj FREE, we will Sir. a copy to any .'J " hl' nbsertption for a car before January lrt, and ndsu, ...T.rr,-thatilbroner,..i .ndoue w.th It. wo will furnish t...

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