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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 February 1872

BCKUXGTOXAM) VICIXITV. Meteorological Record. Lat.41 27, Long73o.10; Elevation above tld water 307 feet ; above Lake Champlain 277 feet Febicikt First Wks 1S72. 0 THiaaOMETCR. BAROV. WISPS. a 5 a.m ,2p.m 9p.n.(men)TA.ii.ap.ii. sr. 1 4 ' 29.fl ' N SW ' BW 2 4 2 A 3J.OJ SW SW I SW 4 J H 14 Jt 29 S3 8H' 1 7 l I- 2i 21 NW NW SW 9 r , St 27 29.tS bW 8W sw 7 fi 20 I U 2G 29.61 8W hW 'WW 7 7 II tC 6 3U.II NW HE i 0 Average temperature cf tlie week, 19.c38, cf same week February IS71, 9. it. Barometer, mean height, 29.7:s. Snow 7 inches. Dajlight'e lengthened hoars are fairly to ht seen thefe dsjs. Addison County Temperance Society meets at M'JJIebury, February 21st, Four hundred ploughs have beea purchased for distribution in the iprinp, among tke dts titute farmers of the burst-out sections cf Michigan. The share capital of the Rensselaer k Saratoga railroal is $3,000,000, funled debt outstanding 31.569.76C. Paid i dividend, January I, of 1-2 per cent Stock tells at 101. St Albans Bctteb....

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 February 1872

Poetry. Preeeetlmenl ,,f lto.meaBilnnaware- Nor forwarder behind, trnt upee'd-up the spirit sta.rs. We r.e'. the hmt.m wind W e uk not why or whence . We he ar no voice or tread , Oilv the qotvenns Inward sense Thrills tithe nameless dead. We tell t none our crief : To nature's breast we sir For nill we feel tneswet lielief That the must sums osr woe. Eat skiee may lmjh In evid, And earth be ceeplj irten, jlnd still that shadow, grey and CI J. Met' dark y at between. We shrink t each faint found, 41 that Tjpie lorm drawancar- Th leafrultunr; to the tround Ma a.e petcbar.ee our fear. And et eur bearta ire brave Our bandl are strons aid true. To make the foetrsood and arave Tbo fie that we can view. But this mysterious thlns- Itcemeswlth viewless feel, And haunts us where the sweet birds tins -, Anlln the crowded streets lteaeaee with morn's frelb ll;M Willi twlHitht'a tender sieams. Ah, eould It but freet the night rericetthelandtfdreami. Ssctamtnte- Law. Ilon't Crowd. Wterwd, jour w...

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 February 1872

Poetry, For ths t'rw Prtfi aad Times i lir Sniu . ioaj . entt allcih thea'mw , Tn uure, u1mii 1 1 j "HtW ' Li . i -jiaoa rtirn, fraai snt-wn hiKi, ;f.o pcoet.-ii". oTJi totu. How si -ct fat'.eili Un .-, III-H'V U ilTJO i-1 S IO ! einr tt st si dm on Wiia tiuir no'silt) fsi nu 10 nowetonJilffiUtbefliis . The pearly, sltstentu fULe- ' Uke tae r'ai5om proa is the fotur tv.n And tbe bwt uplifted tikes. Jlosr lovingly fills the mow. How minie the flakes be'ow Like pit j lDic dew drore from fl wer vihere only the motrners go. tih ' tbe bright baptis tail snow . JIuW it whitens the earth below ! Its ra liance msklnz tb darkneft Hi.Lt, Aid cringing tbe Jcf y low. Who lea mi cf tlie falling new, Of ths stales speeobleM mo j Ton m iy ne them not, but tbe baod of God Writes leeson in tbe snow. Olr ta Lawyers. Ths dea il ciiue to the earth one day, And uito a ejurt b-ue wndl bis way, Ju-u aj an attorney with very crave uce Wat prooeeiingto argie the points ta a ease. Now a l:.wer bit tmjestv ne...

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. — 23 February 1872

cjjree rrss. BCRUKCTOX, FRIDAY. FES- 23, 1B72. 0. a. BENEDICT. Eonon. VO OUR. SUBSCRIBERS. .1 I'rcinitnn Given to Slrcrg One. ransentwr to tlW" p.. ...b..t9iifbriiiriai'TU we will pretrcta oopy of SMrt'i larre iaabtiEtuul Steal Line Hsrrartat. entitled "An .A. r m Full The re-uler prise of this beiattfal Pattae. l two cellars, and It cannot be obtained of the prtnt aeUersfM any lees saui. We thus give FOIJB UOLCAHS WOUTII far Til O. Tae EaeTsving la aa eaeedmglr psetty one, exe .atedmueest style of the art, Horn tba pencil cf the same art's who draw the well known ptooire -Fram Shore to Shore," aadthoaith m aa entirely atZertat at la. Is no leaf ateastn;: and desirable than that Jtisannsadouheavy plate-peper.saiuring sjox2i isehes. That mi. on- nUtfertSera may tv opportmlty to gat thlf ueautuul emtrarm.' Fi'.r.h we wn' grreacevi to anyi -Mn" w.u renew nit tuDser.pu I r a 3 car it aovaoce aw1 eeadsu. " - uni",-that isfur one renew", aao ens eie nemt wuh $. we will furnish two eoawaso...

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 February 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY Q3. 1 872. r BCUL.IXCTON AXI) VICINITY. Meteorological lletonl. iUl3Ti Long73.10; Elevation n.bore tide -aier leci , aoore Lue vnac.pa.ii. .. FtBtUART SEC4BD WEES 187i. TQERttOVETER. BAItOM. W1VD. fl t Ta.m , 2 p.m s (mean) 7 a.. ,2 r.. r.M r 10 I 25 5 I Itf 19 ' SW 13 29.89 i S s ; s NW NW 29 74 w 61 ' NK NK 12 13 J7 297 W foV NW 31 29.17 NV7 St. .hi! 10 itM 1 bK NE 1 8W 14 Average tempera; are oX the week, Sl,Sj cf me February 1S7I, 17.c7i. Barometer, mean haignt, 3 l. fenow u tacbw. The depth of the ground frozen ani do tip runnin this winter, would em to indicate a Cool sogar season this spring. Accidest As twobovs, sods of J. D.Sutton of Snelburn, were preparing kindling wood, the axe flew from the hand of the one who was split ting, and struck the other fair In the fice, cut ting his ncie completely through. The importance to lawyers and litigants under the U. S. bankrupt law, of the decisions cf Juige Woodruff of the U...

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. — 23 February 1872

FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBEUAEY J3, 1873. THE BURLINGTON, VT. Ctachp & c;o.'s toittistmjniH. 3Hrdifal An Bailor fall!-. BT V. M.CAELTOS. Tae edlfr satlnlilspanctum his cocnteaanee ar rowed wtth cars. Hit miud iithe bott.mcf business, bis fett at the tpeiach.lr, r-tilr rm an elViw supporting, h- rUhthand opboMlQihfi head, llise.'Stmthethsdusty old table, with diffe t Gocauents spread. Then were thirty lens piejf.om Howler, with uu den lot d ctpitli tupped, And ah'rtreqaistWn irem Growler rcquatticg hlscewipa-er Mopped, There wr- Ijrlesfro u Otis aer, the pet,moernios sweet fi jwrets and xsph) re, And a s ray gm tr m l'jcdii-r, the firmer, deeerlb- laj a couple tf heitttt; Therewere biilotf from betnttfal maadenSrSid bills f oji a j -t-cer or twa. And bu oett leader hitched to a letter, wbioh inquir ed if he wro- it or wno! Thers were raptures of praises from writers cf the tuooth end meiifluous tcnooL A ad ctteof hisrirai'sltecpaperfl,lBfirnig him he wasafol Iters were sever...

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. — 1 March 1872

Poetry Ioctry. The Modern (not MmIcI) Voter. Ilwry Potter, Iteary Potter wilt yea Tots with me to Car V JJszry Po t r looked np mildly, ai a voter wbo thould say, About what's the compeciiuoa that joupropote U pay r " Henry Potter Henry Totter, there-'! corruption in Every voter In New Guinea, tile election firm should Intherancftfae cppwer" of the dirics robber but a. HerVJ a dollar. Henry TolLr, for jour influence OffajUloinsconetitnti3ns and upholding rl;htcni Unit I dollar fllty I-that'a the reuon why 3 on pause. "rrebeenofTeredfonrtoen shillings,' Henry Pet- tar than rcniied. " All to ctth, to Tute ths ticket on the opposition ride. I'll be blowed If I cit uadtr !" Henry FoHtr calmly cried. " The corruption, at e'.e:iicni, Hoary Potter, mikes mealsb, I far tbe elective f.-ancbUe socn will go vphlgh and dry. Hera's two dollars, Henry Patter, now, then, hew Is mat rar r' Henry Tetter took the lucre, and he scanned it aicttir O'er i ii-m Un Mill with m bad eon tier. 'sit in 1964)....

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. — 1 March 1872

IstJRLISGIOS, FRIDAY, MiKCU 1, 1872. 0. 0. BENEDICT. Emtos-. TO OCR SUBSCRIIIERS. . Premium Given to Every One. foevcrr sulwrriber far tbsWixxLT Fan Pii.e, rtjln;iff)fsr 3 car in iJian. wewttl present a copy of Btaart'a larj, udbtaattfolbtwl Lino Earr.rtTir., entitled ".A.11 Arm-Full-" The rejolar price of tile beautiful ptetar. li tiro collars, ani It canD,: be obtaln.1 f the oris tellers ful any lest sum. We thttt cjive rouit DOLAKs worth rr m o. The Eneravtaj it an exeeedmj- pretty ene, ex enui tn tb. beat style of tbe art, from the pencil of the un art it who drew the well knows pasture Tram Shore to Shore," oil thiJB in n entirely iiSerect it J le, u no lest pleaiinr; aad ooalreble than that It u printed on keetypUte-paferueoKrini 20 1 21 In-hes. Tht mil our ssbrerrbers mi' bav opportunity to ret this beautiful engrartoj FREE, we will giro a eepr to an, neoMfr who renew, hit cuixtnpuon lor a Jear in advance, end sestsui reriCT, that afbr ene rrecwo.' and one nntmr with It. we w...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 March 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1. 1872. ttCKLIXGTON AXI) VICIMTV. Meteorological Kccort- i.aU 41.27, Lonj73.i0; Elevation above tide 367 feet ( above Lake ChampUm 277 feet. a tor 367 Febzuaht Tman WeK IS72. TSERWOMETKK. BiRO. WII?i. 7a.m. ,i p. S r.M. (mean) 7 a.m. X p.m. ,9 r.M 13 0 I 18 IC 15 31 17 4 ' it a 7 n 11 29.17 24 29.31 7 29.72 17 29.71 25 29.50 8 faW N OK S WW N SB KK IN bE bK BW . bK aw NW i BW ir.r. tpmrvrtcro ftf the week. 15. 8 -. Cf same week February 171, S3.6. Barometer, mean beis&t, 23 46i. fcnow u inch Water fom snow t.i iacbe. l'or County CommlMloncr, JAMES BQCIF.E, - - Of Charlotte. St. Am us Butte a Mahset. The market Tuesday was dull Fall maie, 21 to 86 cents; winter dairies, 21 to 26 cents; extra, 27 cents. No cheese offered; prices, 15 ta 16 1-2 cents for thebesl grales. We are sorry to fcar that Elijah Root of Sbel burn Ilirbor. while working with his team Tuesday, had his knee badly iajar&l. It it hoped that the wound will n...

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 March 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VI'., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1872. The i'oor Mani Darling Wbr did joo leare me. Aithore MacbreeJ Tea were life, j oa were 11 sht, yoa were all to me. Ob, cur beam are sad. ana cor oot ii lone, YvT e mi j our uce by the old haartbs-vne. We cannot Hugh, fcr we do net tear Your merry laah lore, is S3!t and clear; We never caaee ai we Cancel of yore. Wbenjcnr little reet bea ihs cabin llocr. Bat we Either round the Are at nljht. Ana the while wall, gleam in the ruddy TUfiLt, Tnete we see our cloak aed j our little chair Bat oh, my darlln;, yoa are net there ! Tonr praj er-boci lif .ded, old, and brown Here and were, a jou left them, the litres luruee down , And oh, my dirlin?, I ere a trace Toarficser marki la tame well-worn place. Then each faded leaf I fondly kiss : Oa, so relic of old It to dear as this ! And I weep, my darlin?, when cone are rear, O'er the little uasers tbit res:ed here. Uy cectle Eily, yoa came to mi In the ould datk hour of adremty , ...

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 March 1872

Poetry. 'Tlir AuUl "Com ' I" Mlcti." e tike the Ubertr loaopsni Iks follow ne'rom the eoms TtMfraktcmt Cvcutnr. wtiieti we think w.ll be foaoa .f a ' decjdeliv m.-i fay.' mg Is. fortors .mistimes sa..r.u 1 AaM. rattr, refft, rar.l. -tick, Balth you I are faiituxquiea . Though wtel 1 mind wneV .jo., iiiek StalnM tb ciear skin. All on thy BKlef tbeloi piaved o ick, VTrehearfa'din. That day the Dalle gained Waterloo, (My 'nratlMhlp oh tn wee, throac,) 1 bousut you i tuning, clear mud new, Wi' weel-tavedrt; And' truth to (peak tiied etaaod jon, (f f cut a dash '. Then, weel I mind, twu thoaaht tut plsy ; work vn,r twelve boon a day ; Mailt like ulniit thej baa to ito Till ii'mw ten , Lu.n'-o, ttenk Uniito ' tint's a' aa)' And c.v are lien. Kice then we're had some npiaaddoaw, tj 03 ini-r tlaa ane or twastranfe l.ons. Atrl al e when I waj Mara o' " orooas," Avi hattl beset Von '.trove The wuwo a' the loon- Taat ere i mat. Wli n : chf wsestopuM aad friends grew Aw. traibiin banae 1 seised...

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 March 1872

DL'KLTsGTON. FRIDAY. MARCH 6, 1872. l7 J. BENEDICT. Emtor. TO Ottl SUBCIUBKIIN. .2 i'rcminm Given to SU'Cftf One. I'ueiery inkeenker for 0 VVEtecir latt Puis, liita! $10 tr advance. "ul present a copy of Stiart's leriS aad beautiful Stool Line Enrrivu.;?, eatilieC "JLii Arm-Full'" Tin rojular pri:e ef tlfsJ pletuv il two dollars, and it cannai bo obtained of Uw print sellers lo: any less soul. Wo thus giro rill'll UOWAIW WORTH fjr TiVO. Tlio Itoravin il an exceedingly pretty one, exe eatoJ m tie best style of tbo rt, from the pencil of theijnearttwho drew tie well known picture "From Shore to Shore," aadthouzh in an entirely different it) le, is no lese pleasm; and desirable than that it is printed on heavy plato-paperneamnns j x -l tnabei. That alt oar snSMrlbetl mey have opportnnlty to pet tills beautiful engravin; FREE, we will give a oopy to any.1 scnftr woo renews hie luturlption Ira jear in adraaee, and sends ui .MSio-iSer, that u for one renew and one with ' we w!I1 fnrnllh t...

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. — 8 March 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, MARCH 8. 1873. DCKUXnTOXAXD ViriMTV. Essix Cextke. Mr. J. W. RynolJs hiB so!4 a part of bis inlcreit in the store ani goods at Essex Centre to Mr. Vespasian Lcaah(aQdths firm it cow EcjniUs & Lcicb. Sr Albixs Butter MiBKtr. Tie airket cn Tuesday wis try dalL Fill miJt. 31 to 36 cents; srinter dairies, iron 14 to 21 cents, ac cording to quality. No cheese in market; 15 to 10 eenti for the finest grs lie. Chablotiv. Mr. Andrew Dabics has sokl his farm for $9,000, ami has purchatoi a farm of Gt',o acres in Hicksford, GreenTille, ooantj, Va., fur $3,325. It has -S0O acres of pine tim ber; the rest caltitattii lini. lie intends to re mote next month. JosttsTiLLt Toe people at JoBeetille acd I ricinity, gate their Tatter, Ret. 1). S. Frost, a j jooaticn, February 7th, auMnntiag to $170. The ch was $141. This donation wis not to ! apply on hia saliry, bat was a gennioe donatioc, j fjr which Mr. Frost and family exprese reach ' thankfuln...

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. — 8 March 1872

An Editor's TlIe. BTW. H.CAnLTOV. The editor Mt in hUfanctuin.hia cijuntecasce fur- rowe-l w-lh Care, Ilii mind at tlie bottom of besmess, Us ft as tlie trnofachilr. His ehir rm in elbw supporting, his ilsbtfcand upbo.dIn?h,shead, , Ills eyes on the the dusty old table, with diffo er.t doeuaicnts rpread. There were thirty Iocr pages fietn Howler, with ur. derltned capitils tapped. And athortreuuis tkm tram Growler requeuing hisnewspeier stoned There wer bntMfrom ouUfer,tiie nccnurK tweet flwret and zephyr. Atd a stray Run fr m Plodder, the firmer, describ ing a couple ef helfm. TherewerebiiletsfrcmbeettUlal maidens,a..d bill And hiBleerwtcDeiioaiewmcu There were rapture of praiMffrum writoraof the tmuoth and tnelifluoiis school. And one of his rival's las. papew, Informing bis he was a fool There were seveal Ions res.lutun, with names telling whom they were by, Cn niilog some harmless oii brother, who hid done nothine won than to die. There were tri pc on that table to eitch him moo...

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. — 15 March 1872

Poetry. For the Free Vnm and Timet. Tlir 1m in ict s 11 Itltigj. BT AW CTOiiaTAFJA. 0 or m Jk-ha liitca, iit oaos roi to weii. 'tf tl.e 111 4 Urn an;;... fr- ta heavca to bell, T wrte u-a s Di t r th cay to sine, v: :bor 6 ul th? Ult of the Tatmu-asy Ring. LiciftrVr so ui lik; i-neiior fall. If !iar than Itcei'er, lei itrsptwy tell, lie left li j lush throiw with tia hr4 ami theast. To wanler the fields ana fse4 b;vh graet. T.ieirhopo had ris d aisber this taby ton's Iom-ere, Thr th-asht long to govern tb State's inline powers T.ic sheen of their cW cade many cyoa dim, T..i.r capr were all fiUei with fold to the brim. The ftanls of the city, of rid 1 roads and" banes. Were rnhbad to replenish and fill np their baads. Then scattered to widt and Btrwiigthen their reign, An 1 make a diipay of their ill-gotten gain. The r moral corruption hal gxuwn to it height, K;;ardlw8 of honor, ot Iaw aiid of right ; The cum love of go d, a heathen once said, ia! ti-usii.i oronlito dark Erobuled. 1 ...

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. — 15 March 1872

BOKLLNOTON. FEIUAY. MARCH 15. 1872. 0. Q. BENEDICT. Ediioe. TO OL'lt SjL'UsiCKIIIERS. .J I'reuumn Given to Every One. fo every sulscriler for UiiISuxlt Ftu ritxss, paving $2.01 for ajcar In adrance, we will present a copy or fctnart's larje aod beautiful Steel line Eniriviic, entitled "Aii Ann Full-" Therejalar prlso of t-iis beiulifal picture is two dollars, anl it cannot be obtained of the print lellen r any less sum. We thus Kite FOUIt DOLI.AUS HOKT1I fjr TWO. The Enjravins ii an eioeedinjly pretty one, exe cnte J in the btrt le of tie art, f roai the pencil of tie nine art It who drew the well known picture ' From bhore to shore," anithoo;h 1 an entirely dUerent st) le, Is no less pleulBC and desirable than taat It it printed on heavy piate-paper.OMManng ) z 21 In&bss. That 1 our subssrioers may have opportunity to Ktt this beautiful njcravm; FHfcE, we will givemcupy to anyeM lutoertter whj renews his eabnerii.u.m for a ear In advance, and sends u- '. nrur cvfrMriSer, that i...

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. — 15 March 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 15, 1872 UL'KI.I.N'CTOXAXII VICINITY. .Meteorological Record. Ldt.l3.27t Lom;?3.10; Elevation above tide iter 367 fet ; above Lake Chatnplrdn 277 feet. Maeco-Fjhst Week 1872. Z THEHKOMBTER. BAROV. Ta.M2p. 9 p.m. (mean) 7 i Wl-IM. . ,a.. 9p. "FT" IT" 2 N N t bW SW 3 hW NW 8 NW NW 4 NW NW (. NW NW 9 II . 29.65 NW 10 . , 23 29.43 ' SW I 29.66 J SW S 29.17 NW 16 21 -19 4 36 9 4 i 7 i 29.S3 NW 7 7 1 21 16 , 29.67 j MV Average temperature ef the weak, 9. 36, of sane week March 1571, 33. 9 Barometer. 29 437 Inches. Fairfax. New II imp too Institution entered upon iti Spring Term last Tuesday. Tb prcs pect of full school this term is very good . Leonard Fish of Ira has a two year old colt j which trotted his half mile in 1.45, the first time he was drives alone Columbus stock. A DtWKVED Compliment. We notice that the excedent paper read before the Grand Army by CapC Geo. Davis, and published in the Frfx Pads, it copied in fall by the Gra...

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. — 15 March 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FR.EI3 PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAR OH 15, 1872. For Iho Free Press Times Hie Old Yernt i!t- Asm. ET HE. OUT . THO. The Old VfftrnwU 5ad ! In dp Ttpoi m 4 wreathing "0. .hhi41rorjrlia4 Uatbcd It tti tens miuiunjer bo-J, ltit pisa tumnJ o uoa-nt a-er, j-rwm CrrcKK coniecUnentoweU, row irstal tll whirs mos c bwoIJ, It j rt.lQS liatli flM. VPejfeld Limhomindeep, l hli hi cslfli tmw 4nrtn now, Mt age n kth ep. It, it c-d twslde la our ltMin, Wfco s rteku .'er loved onV txb, tl)i trlisfct tbrilted or ferTe&t eocl, Wt."i ruV fftu n round, s eWle, Ana b ft him we weep. FireIfrnrU Old Tear! The Iw flings out a ureetinj ebout fwccwfueuxl f iLcer. We hU tth Jj thy radiant bonss Oj try areauii a Ml lestal flvwerit, ,nJ where the serd aliars hlnrs VtUn rUil bopoand love divine, We ;;rtet U.e &lad Mw Vow. Ttii thoosht ii Hneerlrc. ITeartd may txl kocw what pnS ciwi Meuieiita unsevD mi) trlng Yet sound, oil bell, ihy fottal Mae Uwn the rkUlussund of Time ! W wait with tr...

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. — 22 March 1872

Poetry. T!eSjiipur;i Sehitrs 1: ftad had not yet written hi famoua H-me t tho Wiirt be mieh uv nt-a tbtt o tr.w IL I ..iowln-p'SM t irum tbe dioaxo tVifnitj; . With sutures freqn i and Hi r . With at neal , ch Pitch, pitch, pitch. Ail sorts of political dirts. Aod In &4emiij 1:710. A rtumner tn 1 Fenton ciosrcd the s-UI. lie saog tbo song 0! the Mihare. ' 0, men with mlndiaf oar own. O. men with brains aod eyes. It is not gospel I'm arrinding cut. Cat the thinnest kind oTiU-s, Snap, and prumbie. and yelp, V eip, axe jumble, and au, Till cvsrarataabood I faU asleep Aud write It oat In a nap. "Howl, howl, bowl. At (not. be fee wrong or right. II owl. howl, howl. At Grant irom morn to night. It' 0 : to ha the pUne with bolls. And tiare a ghrewun wise. And board :a a boUer factory. If this t a cliesrfnl life "Howl, howl, howl. At Mortn or Coafclimt' namo, Anl wfa t are my n;w ? 6ejnnars praise And ery oue else's blaaa, The crumtis tnat lall from the Trlbuofc boai i InMtislaetury ure...

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. — 22 March 1872

"crUNiVfoN. FRIDAY. MU1C1I 22, 1872. 0. J. BENEDICT. dito. . I' milium Given to Every One. fo every siitscriber for the Wkklt rail rxiss,palai10lf.r r ln advance, we will pressor a cony ' "unrfs 'r "tUul Steel Lino tngrivmg, entitled ".n .A.rin-Ftill'" The reiclar price of tHi- beautial plctu'0 Is two dollars, and It canno: be obtained of the print sellers f anylesasum. Wo thus give FOUIt UOI.LAilS OKTII fur THO. Toe Enzraviag ll an exceedingly pretty one, exe cuted In the beet style of the art, rrm toe pencil of the same art st wbo drew the well known picture - Fran bhore to Shore," end lhou;h la an emlirely dlflerect ttj le, la no less pleasln: ana leIrbl than tilt It ia printed oo hoary pliU-pipor.moMorine 1 x 21 Inebe". That ii tor subscribers may hare opportunity to git this l-atifal engravm- FKfcE, wo will tmaoopy to anye ntocnbtr who renewa bin Muweriotion for a ear m sendeu .s.ri4er. that lb tor one""'""' asd on; i oopla uf til mmt wiib H, we will famish two Fat Pncsslur a y...

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