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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 August 1872

BCUMNCTO.VAXn VICINXTV. The Republicans cf MHdlcbarj hive organfc- ei a Uraat anl Wilson club, wiih Gv. Stewart as rrcsidcnt Sir. E.Kaot, ofEhelbarnroint, iU to Geo. A. Conner, the other day, veil calf, eight reeks old, weighing 26S pounds, far S16.08. The dressed weight was 170 poundr. Richmond Maeket. At raxiltet on Monday, 6 ) boxes of cheese tal active ; pries 8c to 10s. f r fair, tad choice, 11c to 12; 1&0 tabs cf butter, HQ to 22c fjr fair; 23 to 25a fjr choice. The Milton Repablicacs ha 1 a glorious meet- in- Si turd sy evening. Geo. A. Ballard of Fairfax and L. L Lawrence of this city tdd rest ed t Urge audience arid ranch enthnsi&Fni pre Tiiled. The recent i&ine swelled the Barton acd ras ump;c rivers to thtt they overflowed their 1 inii in 1 0rleans tad Caledonia counties to a fearful extent, sweeping off large quantities cf bay cat in the intervale. Jacob Conkling, a carpenter, while at work on Sheptrd, Ivi & Co.e Dill, on Friday a fier nooa, fell to the g...

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 August 1872

If THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9. 1873. Tro tiling. On ma afternoon la blooming June IsltbyUandj's ember water, slid vernal bowers and rwr. il flowers. And trout ia plenty to be caujrnt there. In fancy seen npen the green Tbe milk-white Lodge we Ion-; may 0 1 for Amid tbe wilderness' sheen. (What does my f.olUh heart thump so fort) Tue-tnr too late; he's pot my bait While 1 have len a vainly dreaming. Keep wide awake be mm t who'd take These treating shy, all golden gleaming. Like sauna's from home, from linen dome. As sure as lm a hungry sinner. Sweet ministering spirits come. And now aro frj tngfish for dinner Anf'ther bite ob, what a spite ' My silken line snaps like a cracker Evanished quite is each Mr sprite That last one must have been a 'whacier." Thns am I teamed, my visions plea ed. Commingling sport with idle wishing. Time moves as if his wheels were greased, V. bile 1 hair dreaming sit, half Sshlng. Though moments loaing, 'tis yet amusing. In 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. — 16 August 1872

Pqclvy. 1'octry. Bar the iret pra and Tiiaef. ( lnalf;it nnK Jtr M Yxnkn Ullr." Cou all ya lib'ral wall. I ia;, or n.w aad uunJrtrai ia.l. Fur lambs and )ioo noir units To Meat and roar fjr (lrelj Caonus : Tben alnj; thu attK and all prolong The ehorui loud and frrI ; Birell lortn tie iwae fratn itn Uiroati, For Ub'raliam and .rteekry. Tbe irreat philcaophar and aaga la mona oaC not t charmiag, A m Ml grttn and utrond ago 11a bid! a truce to "farming." cultivation be ra4;endp, Amid hi. lattr i-4c , Coantins on new and wkilctc frlaada, lttrot tt .Wlm dttcktM. Ton; mmt of Una along hla war, lie atirred np many a rumpat , On all lire uraea BacM folk ay, lle'j fairly "boxwi thD eompasa." lie ran; ict once, lor any dunce Slight kQow tblfl krec-ejcl nation, Would give him no place In eccood race, Iter ins Qui giralioo. In siMe-l toaea, l.e now bemoans Our late rebellioui apaam : A&d a tbe rerge, jnet bear blm urge . 'l''iKp hands 33in tbe ohaem." t.u Ktax no lEAre shall feel the power...

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 August 1872

glic Jrtf fjrfss. BURLINGTON. FBIDAYVaUO. 16. 1872. O. a. BENEDICT. Editor. 1 iiloti lteiul,llean .Voialna I Ion ror. rRKsiiiKNT, S':.YSSE' !!. WtCAAiT, or iliasoib. , YOR VICE mKSIDEKT. 8 KiYiCY or sussac-bcsetts. "thel-wplectUtt Cclted States know General Urint-laie known all tlsmt liim since Doneton ind Vicl-turs, tbey do not know his slanderers, and do not care to know them." Uobace Ureelev. I nlou Kiimlillcaii.Male .Nominal loin, rca gotxbkcb: JULIUS CONVERSE, of Woodstock. TOR LIFXT.-flOVERS0R : RUSSELL S. TAFr, cf Buriington. roE treasurer: JOHN A. PACE, of Montpelier. IteliiiMK'n C'nly Somliiatlli. roR SENATORS. OKI 11. BIOEtOW, of rjnrttniton. JOHN L. MASON, ef niehmond. 1. oTllCJirilRllV. of Underhm. r0 ASSISTANT J17DQES. NATUANIKL TAUKKR, el Burlington. ALNKV BT0JH2, r Wsttftra. for nm'i attcmiset. H. U BUUMAF. or Burltttgton. roR sflERirp. LllktAN A. DREW. 61 flurlinston. row eica BAfLirr. irjL V. EAYLBS, of IUenmood. sen Jt not or probate. TORREY K. ttALLS, of Barllnsto...

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. — 16 August 1872

( -.ail Z.lc Connty I nitre Ite.itllilic i n Con v.ntltm. xUa CMJH RKPCELICATM OF G.cAKD IiLE County are requests! ta arssmV.o in Mass Ctraveatl&n, at the Court House In North Hero, on Saturday, the 21th Inst, at 1(4 o'clock a. n., to nom inate Candidates for County Officers, to be elected at the September Election. We hope on this occasion, as well aa at tiie etu!n election, the Union Republicans of this County will make a general rally, and raanliVt as much seal to maintain, as do our foes to overthrow, the right. I. C. MISCKLSR, Co. Com. Grand Isle, Aug. 13, 172. -wit nrtii.i.CTox axu vicimtt. St. Albim Bdttee JlaEatax At St. Albans TctsJsy, themzrket iu Jail at the following rater : Common to fair 15 to 18c; radium to good 20 to 2Jj; choice 23 aal 26s; selections 27 to 23j. No cheese oStreJ. RicHHOxn ISottkb Mannar. In marVct MnaJa; there were 400 boxes of ehtete aaJ. 160 tubs of batter. Farm dairies soli 8 to lie., tape anl factory 12 to 13s. Batter IS to 20c. for ordinary,...

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 August 1872

Two. r joua c. e. roan. Wo two wM stand In the shadow here. To k the birdie si she passe! i 1 i Kins kr and low, rial loud an! e.esr, 1 . cliimln- belli that Tin- on Wsb . ! Loot 1 Lmk ! she comes ! The air itrows sweet wfj.ton.ii.nt breath of the Hran blooms, And ti e fi jwers she treads bene-ati her leet. Die la the flood of rare perfiiscf ! BLe comes rbecoMS! The happy 'bells. With tnelr Joj oas clamor Oil the air, While the great orran dice and swells, Soarm- to treatbUne heiihts of praj er Oh rare are her robes of Hlen sheen, t And the pearls that cleara on her bosom's snow. Cut rarer tie pace of roi Jl .. , , ,.,. Her hair"! Udo soil, and her cbeea's jocng lcir- Ilsinty and fair as a foiled rose, l-'rwh u a violet dewy tweet. Chute as a lily, she hardly knows That there are roozh paths for other s reel . Fr lore has shielded her: Honor sept Watch beside her by nlsht and Jay , And evil oat from her S'zht hath crept, TraiJin; Its slow Isistn faraway. Kow In her perfect womanhood...

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. — 23 August 1872

Poetry. riyTimr. Oli the fly ! the horrible fly i tubbing at tnsc, tnl raouih and ej e, itverthecsiluig, over tie meat, uvcr all that people eat. Bit zing-. Crawiin; a -out, 31 tumble iajoit to-jgetout' Wadiac la paint on a lad v etc, Lsavtns behind a tortuous ttrcttfc, Jieourrod uy frora the liell below, Never came pot that plagues u to, JiCdD, Kibbling, I- rash from the sty, Tho horrible sty where tho pokers He. Ftco the dogs with assart aad a boand, Soap at the insects Uu.t swann around ; The air is blue with the oaths that try To tiriffD lbs bum cf the hateful fly. ituea tho weary pUjyica ascks repose, Tirtrt a hornpipe dices on the top cfhii ncsa , There's a v igorouicath, and a slam ami a slap, Ai. 1 tint's use end of tbe sleeper nap. Mngtag. Stinging. Why, oh, why, Wert jou create J, penilaut fly ! 'n. i) I tta pica but fell from ;ra9e- I'iitl ti finite open, ana coppereo the ace, M.olc-! mvlf ittmMt j;uj'. iV .1 2 the davi eaught mo out on the fly. il w -trapse it is that wo...

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 August 1872

free gitss. HDKLLNOTOy. FRIDAY. AUG. 23. 1872 0. 0. BENEDICT. Edito. I nlun It.Jiubli.u" Nui.ilna lltinf 1011 PRESIDENT, JXYSSK tSKAIV'r, or iujmi. I OP. VICE PKEUIUENT. UE.VEIV !8.ttti"V, OT ASSACnTSKTTS. ..m - ttthm Trlt Ftatri fccAW General tirant have known all atut him since Donelson Dd Vitkburs. tty 00 nct know bis slanderers. and do not cr totnow mem." uouais u.i. I'm n IWpubllran State Xm!nl(oii FOB. GOVEEXOE : JULIUS CONVERSE, of Wooditock. roR urcT.-C0TEEX0it : RUSSELL S TAFT, of Burlington. IOE TB.ZitZS.ZV. : JOHN A. PAGE, cf Mcatpelier. H-iiMI(aii County omlnalloiw, roll StvaTOSK. fit! 1. H. BIOBLOW, of BurlinxtOQ. JOHN U MASON, of JCchmtnA. A. 0. J I DAI Ml REV, of Undercut rOH AmiTAT JUME3. NATHANIEL PARKER, ct Euriicgtoa. AtNEV STO.Nt; of V7t5ori. I-OE WAVE'S ATrORVfiV. W. U BO KM AT, of BorllDgtoa FOB fllCHIFP. LrM-iN A. IHEW. of Eurliaton roR nvta BAiLirr. J .IA T. SAYLU3, f liicbraond. FB JCDCE Or FROBATK. TORRfcV K. WALLS, of liurltnj-rton. Ir City Kirrntalle, PHI...

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 August 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1873. V ItOI INO REI'UULICAX RALLY IX BCRI.IXGTOS. ArraugratntJ are Leing majc for a isiii inretias at Bar!icgto3, Saturday, August Slit, for the counties of Chitteaien, FrssMin, AiMi !i, Lamoille aal Grand Isle. The srealtrs ho have already engaged to be prestnt are Sent tor Edmunds, I)r. Oeorge B. Loring, of Salern, Mats , Hon. F. E. WoedbriJge iaJ Gin. IL. 3. Tathi!!, of Nssliville, Tenn. If ie alts expected tint Gen. Joseph K- Ilsislsy, of Connecticut, and II, n A i. Aldis, of St. Albans, will te present tj a 1 Irtas the meeting, with a great array of home tltnt. Arrangemenis are Leing made alsj for t rt faction effarc by railroad an J steamboat. generai invitation ie not only 'extended to the (..tat and Wilton clnbi in this vicinity, but alto those throughout the State ami Champlain Vt'!ey. The meeting will orea at 1.80 p. a., i.d w,!l r n'inn through the af,emoon and et.-uicg lie oil I'c'bwn of Vermont (Grand Eacamp :...

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 August 1872

TTTP. RTTRLINGTON, VT., FREE PBESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST S3, 1B73. ! - " j 1 (VYV . i s IF 0!H 4 5-jt 4 K "8' I-5 IH. it I'octry In YoMMtHf Valley. Sound ! sound ! sound ! O colorfal walls as crowned In one eternal thunder ! Sound ' sound ! Found ! 0 ye oceans overhead. While we walk raMaI In weader. In the ferns and -Trasses under. And beside the swift Slerced. Fret ! fret ' fret ! 0 ye Bounding banners. Fit in the giant eranite castles, Jn the clouds and in tbe enow ! Bat the f 09 he comes not jet We ae loyal, valiant vassals. And we kief ihe trailing lastels 01 tbe haaneri far below. Burse ! farce ! forge ! Fro ai toe wbite ejerra'e vers, To tbe very valley blossom, Sunre ! surfce ! rure ! Vet tbe sun; bird build a borne. And the mcsty tranches cro3 them. And tbe tawled tree tops tws them, In the clouds of lalUng loam. Sweep! sweep! sacepi t j e heaven bom and deeo. In one dead, unbroken chores ! We nay wonder or may weep We may wait on tiod before us ; We map shout or lift a b...

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. — 30 August 1872

a. Poetry. Demlrotnplif a. nr wiluix cullm iian-T, Nearoursoii'.hrca'e.nibo tier, when nu. 1 1 oa in tbe cabin ol ainiiinw. cto wraps it tenderly In .o!lste Tar-, t.'ankets and hark, ani hinds it to :! itj.uc t f ia.e mij3t dtre, wlui leathern ' . nJ ainsws ut the Jer A mother s..i,c V.rcneht It th -s pious Utr. aad monourea t!m- Chdd of mv love I d . u t lay thoe rtown Anions thechill Clcucs. where aTtrCaiDM The pieasant sunshine. There uu rec:y woIT Might breaX Into thy grave ani trr the tooce. And I should sorrow an lay lift. I mike Tfty littl feed wiwe re who dwells amon 'foe TuHiirz leiros. the settle summer wind, bhali oome io rock thee. Here the morning son, tt bleb wote thee tnce from sleep to rmile on me eha 1 shine upon thy reft, and sroct)y here t-hall lie the rel lifcht if the ereniu- elouas, Wtuoh cal.ed the oace to situabw. Hero tbe stars ehail look upon thee-the biubt stars of night, W, h'c'i thoo didst winder at. Uore too the biro, Whose ruaic then didst lovf, shall ...

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. — 30 August 1872

(Tin- ce grtss. I0RLtKGTON FRIDAU 30, 1872 0. a. BENEDICT. Editob. .VMtlllt ' ;ultltr.ili nliiln- POR PREMOENT,! UIsl'SSHft UtlAX'fj or iLUtoia. 0r. VICE TRE8I DENT. MK."VKY wiliSOS, or MAursmETi3. t a r-ilc tho heart, tits seal or tfco preEtv-- Zli timm-rv. l ..Ion KriTuTilisMt .Vonilnatlolat. FOE GOVEXSOB : J0LIC3 CONVERSE, of Woodstock. ' roa uarT.-flOTEESOE : KUSSELL S. TAFr, of Burliegtoc. FOB TKUHJmEU: JOHN A. PAGE, of Motpte. Hoi.illlf.n County omlMIIfc r )! SBBATOBS. ilB. II. ISWKUJW, of Burlin-tofl. i.iiw L. MASON, of RkBLtteasd. rot ipriir JlH. KATIIafUEL PABiOSVot BtullngtoB. AtNsSV BtOME, of Wtttfcr. FOB STATs'S A TTOBEV. W. L lit KNAP, of Burlington. roB iiiiw. LCMAN A. DREW, of BotUastoa ros atsa bailsst. i!lA W. tiAYL&s, of luefamonJ fob jural or rBoBATB. T0BHHV K. WALfco, of BstlmsUm. FVrlty IleHTeveiltartlvc. PIIISUAS D. BAtlOD. RirrsucAxs t Before another uira! of thit piper oar State ejection takes place. That election hat an im portance extending far beyond o...

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. — 30 August 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VTM FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 187a. A ROrslXR RElLHL,1CAV U.ILLY 1 BURL1XGTO.V. Arrangements are being ni3s fir a niif taejtia st Birlington, SiturJ.j, Anasi Slit, forthe counties of Chlttealsa, Franklin, AfUi f on, Limoille sad Grs.nl Isle. The speakers who hiTe already eagied to be prctsnt are Hoc. Thomas Settls. cf N. C, Scoatcr EI mun Js, Hon. F. E. IVoodbridre and" Gen. U. H. Tathill, of Nashville, Teau. It is aii expected that Hen. A.O. AUii.of St Albans, will be present to lire 6 the meetiog.ttUh b great irriy of Lome talent Arrangements are belaj male also fcr a i el action offare bj rsilroii aal eteambait. A general invitation is cot only 'extended to the Grant and TVt'toa dabs ia this victaiity, bat alto to those throughout the State anl ChatopUia Valley. The meeting will open it 1.80 p. ra,, and will continue through ths afternoon anl evening. Notice U given that zpplkttion will be mala to the next leu'ioa cf the LepsUturc of Ver mont far in 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. — 30 August 1872

r rj- r - - It ;1. v.. I & 1 it ia I 7 it. Poetry. (We lo Ilcrncr. IT1L EIBAI. HErCCLICA. IThef..llowIneeeotlmentAl oda was prepsred ty . li" llSr.1 P-t for tt. uw.aion cr t,,owlJ J tto rton! tt u.ls:xlnrn eimmonparty iroin- t. r-abeit icr the eneKe or "cur later fEtltc -1. r.tlJ iossa U.e l-.rker nu until tee m litre ov. r. an another " Le w rivt tnuise. to tnamlurls-d u th.uldbe made of It I Oh Horace, dea' Horace. 5 o.' 1 tetter jo hack,. Yu.'re wanted, I fear, on the firm , you'll wear J inrsoll out it s iu keep en tin tM, Al unit MI' nohara,. Vru know "sixty yean r.ere rolled ovcryoss-be , You've told us so ruanv tin.es o'er; to Hurace, dear U-mst, jus: take to j our bod, Anc taske tueh Ions visits to more, Gohoze! go home 1 Ob, llcr.ee, clear liorase, so home - Dew i.orace. we fear that you're riven to stan', U nose nature jcucannct well tilde; . Vol M jo. e soinz out lost rsome c.aais, We're airaid thai J o. went at hlca tide. Sol Mode Island claa. they wilUojou no Sood, ...

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. — 6 September 1872

JPoctrtj. The Old Cuupl. They a In the saa togellivr. Till ths day was m'mait doc, Ad J thin, &1 iti close, an an eel fcteppi o tr tte tiiieftboki (toco. tie faMM. tbfllr band tcc-tW, lie toash&l t!ioir e with Aal I heir i.t treatti fijated npwarj I.iiu the oioso ot a sVptiro pUuta. Like a brMil pair tUy tracro4 The anseeii, mrtlOAl to&, Ttat IcaiJ totbe lieantifu. t ttr, Vihue EaiMrraai Ualvgr le tic-?, rrliipt to Uat iairc' csc&trjr, Ttey will sirs Lrr ic yc-uili Mclr, And the Hot of a vanittc. s;rl&g-tla (Stall bloom m the rpitft track. One draught of ILe livlc watcri Shall require hli maabood prime. Ani eteraa.1 yean&Uall nmraie The lore ti.it outlive time. Bel Uie ih&pu tbat left lhin-l thus The wrmtiffe and filler hair Made ored t ci by it xiswi The angel imprlntM there Wt'Il bide away ia tit meador, .he& tbe ton if totr in the Where tbe mooabeania onto: find ibeiu, Nor the wind diatarb their rest. Bat we'll let no tell-tale totnhttone. With its...

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. — 6 September 1872

i "S L"3 BDHLINQTO-V. FRIDAT. SEPf. 6. 1872 O. U. BEXEDICT. Edito. Vnlo.i.l t'nlau ll.puMlt-an Soinlm- FOX PREilDENT, IJIM'SSE . tt KA.i"C, CW 1LLIS01S. FOR VICE PRESIDiST. W EX it V w 1 I.S01V , or hissicbcbetts. otrole part) " "tol tltmrat ol : lb. tma, w.S 1U Korthtrn alllM il sjmpithlttrs. M il rebel t tLe eors ttw!ay....It would come Into .er "itb ths ti. ti. chimin, tie writ, the EorUficiaon cf ten bitter years to Impel aod sruiAj .tth.tvcrcl.iU:Mnt may lyrar national slot, we oust lo tbit ftj dlt SJS mud tmmiHitira will be tpirsl to nt-HBoit- 1CE UBIELET. Vermont We give to-Jay retorna from 170 towns, casting this vtar 48.102 vcttt, croter four fifths of tbe vote of the State. Ihcte give Con verse 0,S50 majority. Thia ii a republican gain cf 3,362 over the majority of 1870 in thoie towns, ani an increase cf OTer 0 per cent cn thj majority of 1S70. The remaining towns give in 1870 0.963 mtjority. and it the suae ritio cf incrcue will cow give ever 4.CO0 majority. Ccnverse's ms...

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. — 6 September 1872

THE BURLINGTON VT , -FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6. 187Q. Election in Burlington. taction tlM pisfi l - q order ia BarHag a. Iheeal js ? -e s ihy - d.r orter of the May r, tad ..u drji;, . - d.r order were 7a. te in the - 't .he polls Toting ceraxcacel attire'; as -a as ilse boxes were openei, anl .r.tinued eteahly i.ll 3oclockaWhee thcreiceccutive bx was taroel. The hearU of the Repabhcans were cheered in th. morning bj the i&telligeac3 that the d vlsisn in the Republican ranks hid been hci.: i , I j uz withdraw! of Mr. Ronell a canaUia'e :r city representative, eassru; the ele -f.oo of the reguhr repabliotn soai'mee. This news ws of conn eqaaliy depressing to the detnosratt, wlia hid counted grcitlj on the result cf the bolt Neither tide, however, relaxed any effort, tod the teams of bjtapart'iei.lta their baaaernod pla cards, wen tiyia; about the city all der, gather -s in the xJler. The crowd kept incrta'. a-oand the rclls, and at titnsj it waa w;.h dij -u daflhult...

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. — 6 September 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 0,1673. LoTc'i II. afcon. Why do I lore lay daTlloj; 10 f uood faith, my heart, I hardly know, I hire inch Flore of reasons ; TVould tate me all a lummff day nay, tat Ids t 1 uld M" Would All the ciieLns season. reca?e her ej es ire softly .rown, Mr aore, who quietly hath flowa To me as to her haren I Becanxe her hair is aott, and Tali Madonna- lee in simple braid, Aad jetty u the raven I Fecaae her lips are raft to touch, Jior chill, nor fiery overmuch, Het softly warm as ros.s, Dsir lips thai chasten while tbey moTe, Lip tht a man may dare to love. Till earthly lo.e time clones t Eeciosa ber bud la sort aid white. Of Uusb to tender and so liht. That where ber slender finger Tetb fall or more, the man to whom Tie pnardj or Eden whispered, Conie !' U-noath its rpe.1 miht linger T Brcanse ber heart If wcroxn soft. Bo true, so tender tbat 1 oft Do marvel that a treasure So rich, so rare to me should fill, Vi hoit aoal deceit -...

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. — 13 September 1872

Eoctry. Foetry. I)2iitl "War. II ip, Br KATS rCTSAK OSGOOD. loa wlitthoa thsioiik rcnt'in Ot dwrt w "3 i leare the thus, bclili ! Or cai Le:t to mould contain A lt3er etiul than piiny-i'i ' Wtlt ttaOJ have live4 thron uinniio a's frin.et Vet nut have fcaown wh; living udjq. lolUerial li'ioolt 3 t-use Ho bio b-vo stra::, u aia hive lout T "Thou slttest zterttLerlcss m toe duit, TJnmmdf ul of tho Rloriou tray , Neglected in their scabbard rust ltte woapoDft that should cut thy way. Or thine i.n untried strength afraid, Nordarinsto be wholly jrreat, Thou tDerost. fi r thine idle Made, 1 he cowanl' facil pica of Me. rte 1 What is tate T weak chance, tfut holds l)istraUul purpose in iu hands , A spider's web, whose flippy folds Are Fpun about a a-ianl's liatds ! Woidxt ttaoo bat once essay the might, The godlike statute given thee, 0nt a' n rtrons llama to Its height Thou tlvil M lrap up erect and fiea. 'Tat fear the Tate thyself uiay make 1 ror custom' iuiekK&.nd jet can drews. And ...

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. — 13 September 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13. 1873. I rin, in d Jadge Culver, and Meiney, come frcm 1 "outside" to instruct the Y'ermontere in their BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, SEPT. IS, 1872 G. Q. BENEDICT. Edito. Villttai t't mi Iti-iiutiHe mi Hoiiiliirtf-tlori.. roil PRESIDENT, tst.VSSEs S. tlRAXT, OF ILLINOIS. For. vice rr.EsiiiKT. Or BAB81CHCSKTTS. T tsbriin, ibliait, tLe scul if tlo toh-lI IVii Gtrati irtr 1 iLe rebel clement ol lie bath, wiib its ft'ortlitrn stilus td sympathizers- Jt is ret! at tte cere to-day.. ..It wou.1 cuue into pnver wttii th tat, tte cfcasiin. the wnli, the uoitlfieatioo cften Utter j cars to impel a&d gutfe its rttrj... 71iatcrerchatlfenrenticayl'e(leMrTcd b our mtkml fici, we mut fcof that tiii dl racc and hnmiliitlon will lu tparod to ns." IIIob- A C liBIELKT. The Vermont Election The dfiaccratic orgisf, which were pretty generally i trait fpeecVef for a thy or two after oar dectiou, teem to hive ccmc to the coocla n. n that it will not...

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