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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 September 1872

Mt'llLINCTOX' -VXI VIC1MTV. Ciuttendea County. Sine! pablisiing oar table cf cjuntj rtlttrm, which hti only pirtU! returns from BjlUn an1 Ilantington, we hive rcceireJ tie complete vote cf these towns. The vole cf Biltan on Ecnitort m S2 far Bigdow ml 81 cich for Misoa inJ Hamphrev; far the democratic candidates the vote wit 77 right through. On Senttori, Hunt ington voiri 161 for Bigelow. 17i ashforMi ioh anj Homphrej; 22 for Frineis. 11 for Gil let, and 13 for AiMey. The ret of the ticket sianls : Barnsp 172, Sivles 170, Drew 171, Walei 171, an! the olher 17S each, to 13 or 1 1 for eish of the democratic candidates. l"he tc t al Tote cf the county oa Senttora U Bigelow .",007. Mison 3G9S. Humpirey 3G'.9 Frincit 1 '.. GiUett 1881, Aihky 1825. Msjontj for Bigdow l.VfJ; for Mism 1S65; for Humphrey 1S71 TU8itrof Charity realized about S10O from the late eieunion. Gree'ey bits an at a discount. The bit dta lera are anxious to reduce their Block, but find no pnrehtfer. The gas light! ia...

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. — 13 September 1872

Tlrel Jlolli"' A little lt leant n?" i'OUT ??,..., Vonr tired k... thst his " Jit A chila's t-ear ej es aee lo.kir.2 lovlMly ftim tweraeata . thatch t.MltdJbtrtr. 1'erl aw J u do not leel the velv.t touch f i'ra. m t Onse-rt. r.il 'Its oars o t!ELt - VmKW prl" " Mes-lot: ' "V' Yoj almcs: are loo tired to pray to night. But It U blessedte-s ! A car so IdldnittfeeUealdotc-daa, V, t aro so dalt aad thaoklKS ; and tos slow To ca'ca llie sunshine till it tllpi away. An 1 now It mm surpassing Hrannto me. That, Kblle 1 wore the I1--e of mother hood. I did not hlsa more oil. and tenderly. The little child that hruuzht no onlytrood. And if. some nljht. when on sit doa-n t re.t, VoumUthieilfrwnjonrtirlknee. This restless, c-arlin-: head, Torn tff your b:esst, Thll lUpinr ton-roe that chattt-rs constantly . If from roar cwn the dimpled hand! hat flipped And ne'er would nestle in your pahn as-tin : If the white ft:nto their srare Lad t'inpid. 1 coi Jd not blame j cu lor J our heartache ihtn 1 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. — 20 September 1872

mil tvtm t I I nl ft. itftM Wttt M Till ih w.n t fH- . I if&rt a larit Htm ft tuft Am imata iu ncu m uvf watt ui neii wim ui DOfN nm: 1 1 niam wi.L mr arill rotte the eloom. Ttomt IK la Kttaa roswl Knch-h tbeUty'f totnb. SnaaeUv I 1m4 Id lom dull Sfhlae tou ; 1 e the f-feken with tbrfr Nti by dy Utodiftg their aots and rail, andwiicli the Irotrn lUrefootad children on th &in4i at play ; Then 1 fly fartber Inland, where the Lilla Throojrh antamn rales gleam 1 ama and forlorn, Where fall trea:&8 rnJh to lata the coL?j" mills. And gay Kirta hurry through the cool, net morn To drive tie oows cr pick tha ripe, hard corn. The frost lies cold on many a northern field Whose scanty frniu were gathered. Ions & i Tha barrerta that the sterile north lands laid Are Ea'ely boosed fioai driftius winds and sncw. And the locked streams no more with music Dow. So I to lands cf f ameer, tinUif:, stray ; 1 feel the warm south ecu abuat mo shine A wearily I wiqj my Ions, ttran je way, Lc...

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. — 20 September 1872

I" 74 4- t if THE BTJELINGTON, VT., FREE PEESS, ZFKIDAT MOBKINfl, SEPTEMBEB 20. 1670. Site Jw f ms. BCELKGTOK. FBXDAY, SEPT. 20, 1872 Q. 0. EEXEDICT. lino i. X.tiaK.l 1 nlon IlrpDlillcan KotulnN ttom. FOR PRESIDENT, 'l,rSSEs S. GRAIV'r, or huiml TOR TICE-PEESIDEKT. UEXKY WILSOX, r lUBaacnTSrTT.. The Jatier of the Pree Press. WthinUti greatly gratified by the rreeir of a letter from the Ttnertble din to where this piper owe. ia origin. It ii mere thin forty-five years ego that Lunian Foote, Ej.. of the law firm of Auitin Foote, cf Burlington, a younger brother of the late Alvan Foote of Burlington, tad a graduate of the University of Vermont of theeluf of 181t, cf which ccrtownraan Jacob Macck, Eq. w aUo t member, gave to the oW Ettlintt whose decease the then new comer in the field of jcurnahsni hat lived to chronicle a rival in the Feu Psus. It ri! of course a weekly paper, inaller in rite thin cur pretext liaiiy. ud less this half the the of csr present Weekly tot it mi good tired...

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. — 20 September 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 520, 1873. ilCUHXGTOXAXD VIC1X1TT. The September term of Chittenden County Court commences cn Tnetlay neit. It is the Grind Jary term. The list of premiums swardM it the Chitten den Countj Fair, Utt xveeV, will 1 found on the fourth rise. St. Aluass Bdttee Miseet. Prices on Tuesday rangeJ ts fallows : common to fair, 10 to 20i; me-Jicn to good, 20 to 23c; choke, 25 to 2Sc; selection, SOc Itl.vrx, l'jri & Co. This nonruhing busi ness bouse of cur city has eolJ, daring the last two months, between eight and" nine hundred chests of tea, and their tride ii fast increasing- IticiiaosD Market. The batter market it lUchmond on afcodty was quiet Prices ringed from 12 to 27 cents per pound. Cheete old it 10 to 12 cents for firm Jury, an! 12 to 13 cents for sage tnd factory. 1009 boxes at mailtt. The Slinuard light Goird (First Hegiaieiit Vermont Volunteer Infantry) go into cimp on the Fitr Grouad, Essex Junction, cn Tuesday eveni...

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. — 20 September 1872

11 J a - r Slant. I f tho salt oa Mooday, On Tuesday mr John and I 111 an-ry words for a trifle. On Wednesday we said - Coed bye." On Thnrsdar, nader ladder. I walked lite a fco'.bh thin:. Tile mere ill-'uck and trenMo Upon mj self to brla;. Oc Friday, la Uie piper, A Tall aeieant I read, ilow Joan to aanp tawn helices. That very morn was wed. Oa Sondsy, in my slaaibers, J dreamed myself a bride, Befsre aa altar standing. With some one at mr slle. TUs Is a lien most dreadfa!, for care as 1 draw my Ueith, Todreamof getting married Js a certain Eti of death ! To begin aga'n on Monday, Or a sadden, sick 1 fell i And at my heart's affected, Nj doubt I ehiil not set well ! On Tuesday ray dreams forewarning Their gravest'" aspect took : I thought tast friends were calling Upon my corpse to 1 wk. This Is the worst of all signs A woman last coaM be.111, For to dream she's dead. Is an omen That she won't be married at alL (,Kfl Oumry. liver. Kvfr and ever the werM goes rcunJ, Bearing its bur...

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. — 27 September 1872

Poetry 1-3 c'c ftason. Why do I lore my dirlla s o r Uood riitb, my heart, 1 hardly know, i have bnci store of reasons . 'Twoold tate metUa wuafr daj Hay, sating itiii thai I ooaid ay Womld filt the jlrcitni seasons. because her es are softly Wow a, siyaove, who quietly hath tfjwn TO DM M tO hmT bATCH I Beoaase ber hair is soft, and laid Madonna-wise la siiojile braid, A&d jtftty as tit ratvc ? Because her Upsa-w ion to touch, Jwr chili, nor Scry overaieh. Bat softly warm as rosea. Dsar lips that ahastan while taey more, Lip that a taaa may dare to Ioto, Till earthly lore time doses Because her hand is soft u4 white, Of Uaoh so tender and so lleht. That where her ataoder finger I eth flail or more, tb man to whom '1 ue tuwds uf Kdea whispered, "Ccme neath its epell miht linger Kccsuse hex heart is woman toft, 8. true, to tender, that 1 oft lo marvel that a treasare r-o rich, so rare to me ahoald fall. Whose soul desert -bo small, so email, 1 j io og past all msasnre ' rcsaase sa...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 September 1872

-oSuTOFRIDAr. SEPr. 27. 1872 G. Q. BENEDICT. Eorroi. Vstlanal Into" Itepubllcan .Vomlns tlom. for rREJiDEny WM'SSES S. GRAaVB.', cr it-uxois. FOR VICEPKESIDEST. KEtfRY W1LSOX, or mssAcairsiTTS. Swinging Around the Circle. Mr. Greeley aspires to imitate the fatal ex ample cf Andrew Johntca. He ii busy "twing ing around Ike circle;" bat thai for in hit journey he hu " tapped over," to the delight cf hii enemies md the regret cf his friends. In the langutge cf the Celtic proverb "He cannot open hit mouth without patting hii foot into it." What an uniting speech ii tht cf hii it Pittx berg ! The patriotic assembly of loldien and .lUori teems to hire enrsged him. He absurdly icsieti tbit they were filled -with hitred cf the Scnth. in face cf the fact that their resolution and speeches ihow no feeling cf animosity towards the South. From the cloze cf the war there hii been less 1.1-fteling betaeea the soldiers of the Nortli and the South thin with tny other clifi cf men en gtged in the li...

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. — 27 September 1872

Rl'KLlXCTOX AD VICI.NJTr, Thewcither ia betutifal; a foretaste of tha InJiia Summer we suppose. The Cm celtlcr who cine Into Darliastoa wis Felix Powell, in the yeir 1773. John Joy, of B.-ittlcboro', wis family in. jarel while target thoatinj with hi ion cn Sa turday evening. The Itdy sophomores t Ann Arbor.Mich. , haze tie handsome freshmen by blindfolding and kis sing them. Fifty prisoners pitted through Plattaburgh, cnThursdsy last, from Sing Sing, ea rente for Dannemora. The old Phceaix Ere engine of Whitehall has been told for SS50. It m tent to the town cf Adlisoa lut Wednesday. Maiosic The Supreme Council cf the ancient and accepted Sattiih Rite far the Northern Ja risJietion of the United States, was in session in New York oity lut week. Chivies II. Remit'.-, of Koytlton, was to in jured by 1 colliaion cm the Boston, Cliatca and Filchhurgu railroad, on theSUtcf August, thtt it caused his death. It is Slid thtt a bill will be introduced into the next Legislature to divide the...

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. — 27 September 1872

wiiwawawaawaawM.iwiwww T.TTTiT-riTnmn'W VT.. PBEE ,, i I - . . j rtnn ri.lU.- Tlnw-lrai irid I 2f.arxraret. Ollircaret! thatleonldbe T7l. which so-lly ktsrel ties: Of else the imlem. warm anl brla-lit, "hitcruir. thv head with widen HrSt The bmn " the ansvered, a'? "V' And sanioimi tads with ! of day." Then If I nn the violet Which tnou dost iriSier all dew wet. Ana weeriul It upon thy breast- O hippy newer 1 l,TKl ".J1 v TnoWet miltt lade." said the ; "Xaca 1 ihoula cast It cS from me. Wtll, let EC then, thy true love be, vrmiiar thine evrrx tbonebt Icr me 1'U envy not the crceie or flower. Nor e'en the sunshine's eniaen shower "All ! tit 1 can cot cut awiy, Eat hold forever, nlsht and nay ' harper1! WVflJjr. IX Then AVliy JVot Son ? In lie world to-day no nrender tune U borne on any t ree. Ana witli emit to tteer the iMp ore-ite Oor Hi; ihill role the im , Ko ' 'Dominion" shall be north or nit And Southern! no Joe Our itvn ml impel la the Canedas And likewise Mexico, for with ITet...

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. — 4 October 1872

Mr Utile laborer. Atnymin. with finwrs sort aiJ ttnJer, As any ladv'.fair; Sweet eyes of blue, a form belli frail an.1 Meatier, Ana curls of euonr hair ; A Iiotuchoia toy, a fragile thin; of leaut l et with eat!, riiinj; pun HetTlne hie round of toil s si-:nn dutr. That iaut be dally done. T.wlav lie's bail J in; castle, hiue acd t wr. With wondron art and t-Vill . Or labors with his hammer liy the hour, t ith Mrons; determined will. Annn, with loaded little cart he' plyln- A brisk and driving trade , Ajain, with thoughtful, earnet brow, is trjin; home book '4 dart lore to road. Now, laden like jc-rae little teit of burden, lie drag himself along. And now his lordly little voice is heard in Boisterous hout and eoni Another hour is Fpent In tmnv lolling With hoop and lop and ball. And with a patience that is never falling, lie tries and conquers alL Dot bleep at tot oVrtates my little rover. And ii his mother's breaL Jjvs thrown a:de, the daj 's hard liW over, J I e sink to quiet res...

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. — 4 October 1872

BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, OCT. 4,1872. . nr.xni.icT, mior. x.iui r-i-njPjM"" :Vo""n FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GKAST, OP ILUSOIS. TOR MCE-rBESIDEST, HENRY WILSON, Or MISSACnCSETTS. -nKTAi':n ron Tin: vsiox. TIIE PA1LT raEEPRESS AND TIMES.. Th.om!ng Session ot th. O.n.r.1 Assembly of rn,ontwMundouUdly b. on. of j i.i..nr In miny yers. It will & . election of ; Cntted SUte.Sen.tort of . . jh.i Court ml of a number of iutloseer, for tw ye.rs t. com.. .iioraimrrm.tttr.HkeU- to occupy It, will b. . .Iiw,! le-rlsUtion. includlnr perhaps iTuer.. railed l.w; th. or.rh.ulhn of the ... .nd the Gr.od Llit; iud the re- 'J...i..r . Stile for Members of Congress. It will be", session of especi.1 Interest to every Pb- llc-m-mded ln.n. The occurrence 01 i num. bar of lu.port.nt .Ule election,, the cnl-,..:,-rmPreidenti.lcn.li, .nd the J tlon.l el.ct.on, durini th. t!m. In which th. L.. Uture will be In session, will jire .dded interest to .v.j.!w rv.rd of the time.. It I. l tin., when ' ... . ...i rT-...

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. — 4 October 1872

THE BURLING TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER -L-, 1872. nrm.i:v:To?r axis vicixity. 1'rof. J. B. Holmberg is at present in structing the St. Mary's Band of this city. The annual inspection and para Jc of the Rutland1 Fire Department toak place on Saturday afternoon. The' usury laws of Xew York haie procJ not only useless but po-Ukely injurious to hu-iness interests, anil a movement is on f.Hit to nliolMi them. Kirk at West Rutland. A barn near the Catholic church, at West Kutland, the pro perty of the Rutland Marhle Company was letntved hv fire Friday evening. St. Albans Ei-ttie Market. On Tues day prices ranged as follows Common to fair 10 to IS c ; medium to good SO to -So ; choice 27 to 2t ; selections 30 to 32c. Ri hiiond Mabeet. The market was well applied on the 30th with both butter and cheese ; prices a little off from last week and ranged from 10 to llje, forchee, and frum IT to 23 for batter. Messrs. Shedd &. Van Sicklen of thU city lime just Hold from th...

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. — 4 October 1872

A Sons- BY Hits. RICHM 8. CHItvoroH. Sort Is thiimoMJ-lank i Sweet Is tbe bird's low son; ; Tendcrl) He tbe clondl The qnlverins sir flon; i lientlv the sun last beams Jlwt on on far off height. Whilst the enclrclin; sea Tremble lneath their lljht. Sort re thy t!sse, love ; Sweet l! thy pleadins tone : Tenderlv lies niy head Thv throhbins heart upon; Gently. ah' let mi rot, Ilueked bv thy deepen wn ei;hs, And witch the evening stars tileam Trom the declining skies. Old and J""- lu Ilaniclnc gardens. In in c.Meity, to the JUbblm tell, , . Lived . fti Udy bavin ?; youth and wealth. Who In the hanging, sardens lore to dwell . And like m shadow, and as still as stealth, she walled the soundless paths thtt dunned to Usl The f un above the grand metropolis. riere stair on stair, with heavy balustrade, And columned b, brids cut in rWd sto ne. And va and fphmi, and obelisk, arrayea &d arched wide brldzes over wheelwa . thrown, VaJlei of heaven the rsidens teem to be, Or Wis of cloud-lan...

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. — 11 October 1872

Croalng Old. AcroM the street, upon the indoW panes, I see the rplendor of the dyln? lun ; O'er half the earth his matcfdcn jjlorj wanw The day Vll soon te don. The da; that never ein return to me, 13 kr all lay years that lie o far ln'hind, I e as one upon the ""Teat calm tea. Horn bj a steady w md. 1 "w m to hear the reieei on the Lore 'row fainter aa the teapel aalli along -, Awl no 1 listen, hut I hear no moro Than the sea 'a great sonj;. Life's ocean nerer was-fo calm as neir ; Tbi ieee reqnltes me for a thousand Ills, O Wij ' to Leep inv look out at the prow. Fur the eternal mils. O Funic O Lore : O Work of bygone veara! I wuald not care again to reap and toil, itfa reeredbramaudoui(-tiu3wl!!iidlngte3ri, To r-hare the wine and oil. Tti't' work t blemed, and tbo' love is tweet, - rt ft. II there is a time to beat retd T fold ihr hrnm&t and place the weary fet-t, AnJ thii- tt n seeuu be-t. i i )- bood'i ff-ieade havedrifted tnm niy sight, li uim to they are nearer home than ...

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. — 11 October 1872

he Ji'tr fres. BIT.LLVGTOX. FRI-OAYoCT. 11, 1872. ,.. ;. KirVKKICT, -Udltor. ,llul luliu Itri.ul.llc.lv Snl- tlonft. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, or nxmois FOR nCE-PMSIDEST, lffiXRY WTLSOX, Or MARSACBDSrTTS. T1I.nl, coxiiRrMauL iis-rnicT. lterinbllr.li Iltrlct tonnnUm. A r.n.oii JtejmMieM CenTentnf tieTWrd Con wm! Itnrt of Vermont, will be boH t Hvde Park, on Tkunday. OtUUr 24th, 1372, t U clock m for tkoporpoM of u---lnum: tu4i ;ur K,ppMrittr. u CtonsreM. to be rupportwl t tie nrrnklir-M FreCT tho Dwtrlct, at tie , Kt uu Tbmoov. Norealt MB. 18T2. AUo to nomiMU tan-Mat. tor FmHeatlal Heeler tor iiid D.itrict TotRepobHcMiloter- of tan CoajresaeMl M t. c, ,rc. ,nrttK! to be repreeeetwttD tkeCTOTtnttaB h tut- r deloples opon the tola ol dolec Tom carli cm i.duwo.BOMa4ltteii!dole Satt fur eve'- liaaarwi aaa frtjry Irwtion of one -.untiml latpr tna a.T rote, out (or the Reput. Lean candidal :.,r uovc-aor at tae la electio- Tn, Ileleat'st tar LoartatioB will he chueen at prmar. me. 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. — 11 October 1872

nrnuxiiTox axi vicixitv. Si rri-iaiEXT. In order to cialte room for the very lenthy oXcial r-tntcaent of tlie managers of the Vermont Central Kailroad; and otlier interesting articles relating there to, we hate licsn compelled to iisme a sup plement this week. In the supplement will le found over nine columns of choiec read ing matter. Tlio official ftatoment of the Vermont Central managers will he found on the fourth page, to w hieh ws would call e I'Poial attention. The hii-kory nut, Ijatternut nnd chestnut t rop.. are tery large this year. The roof i on Shepard & Davis' Uig new lirii k mill at tlie Cjot of College Street. The reirs of the Unitarian church are nearly completed and the cliurch will be red for occupancy by next Sunday. X. Md'luer mowed with a scythe on John McOur" farm, St. Albans Point, la-t eek, in seven hours and a half, four acres and a lialf of lnrlev. A scientific friead, who has lieen rcidiag with great jntienee nn exhaustive treati-e ou tlie " velocity o...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 October 1872

--St. r v. Mi ft" Vernocl ft atral an Vf rmont n4 Coa Hall- oiticial statoh-nt or inE haxacsiss. 7V. the &r7jr -" tht ?? Canada an J Vermont Central hailroaJi: Gextloikx In sulimitting their report the Trustees and Jlinagersdo not feel called upon to reply to the wanton attack made upon their personal character, nor to at tempt any pecilic refutation of the charges of corrupt practices preferred against them in the public prcss,'.furthcr than a simple statement of facts and a truthful ln-tory of the administration of their trust mav, in themsekes, afford a denial of the truth or these charges. The duties of the trustee and managers are of a hisher character than a simple vin dication of themselves. The charges which have been made so publicly of maladminis tration strike a fearful blow at panics and interests bevond and of higher importance than the personal ctatusofthe individual who compose the Iward of management. Thcv affect the alues of all the securities of the "road held ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 October 1872

llii. ' UPPLEMEWT -SririiMj Harhinrs. IK 181,260 MACHINES, iv i; ic i: soi.ii I. t s T v i: it . T. full.' iHii-tnti-thc popularit. ufthcSINRER MIM. MAI III.NKS. and the escalation in which ti. an liclil. as Ih'iu: the best Machine in the H..rl.i f rt.. ns all kiiid.r Sewlnj. we submit the II iW II." M:iti.v om: -iiii.i.io.y .haciu:vi:n sov ix im:. ' I l: KH.I1T III M)RF.I THOUSAND OF TIII'M FAMILY MAClIIXrS. VV a'e.iit detract nr IVora Uie merits of any other s. ti M ii linn the unparalleled sale of the K.n r .r- y .m hi- v e evidence of it- superiority wer all . TllfT- lfc.nrtl.nv an 'i.ferior machine, when J. can 1 n t'tc I.KST a- low, and on as eary terms. 1HI IIINF.SOF ALL KIXIB K1TAIRF.D WORK WARRANTED. Hat ii; recc red the appointment of t'enoral Ueiit fur Northern crrnunt ami New York, we tier -noeri.T inducements Ui Canvasser and Local .;eiilB in iiDoci upicd territor. . -ii nr. in wires' ixscraxce niiLrtixii. '.. ')LLEiE STREET. itAiir.iti. iiichi:v. Urn A:rV for N.n them ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 October 1872

ih 1 Oaandier JuaotfU the JTalle Trill close and ar rive as follows : Arrive N'cw York, 4. 30 and 7. 30 p. nu, Troy and Albany, 4.33 a. m. and 4-30 p. m. ; Boston, 5-30 a. m. and 4.30 p. m., Southern .Vay,-L30p. m.. Eas tern Way, and Jiorthcasteni, 5JWp. m Northern, 8.00 a.m., Wlnoosti, 5) p. m.t PlatUbnrsh and Keeierille, 9.30 p. m., Lake South, 5.W p. in., Montreal, 9.23 a. in. Ctosc cw York, Troy and Albany, 7.30 a. m. and H.oo p. to. t lo$ton, 7.30 a. m., and 8.00 p. m. 5 Sou thern Way, 7.30 a. m. , Astern Way and North eastern, 6.0J a. m. ( Northern, 4.no p. m. 1 Winoos kI,G.ttJa. m. f riattsbnrRhand Keeserllle, 4 J00 p. in.; ijVe. South, 8.00 p.m.; Montreal 8.00 p. in. OrncE Horns. From 7.00 a. m. to 8.30 p. m. JllILItOAI TItAIAS. Leue HcRLitcrox Go'n North, on the Vermont Central R. R., at 4.40 a. m. (eacept Monday morn Ins) and 9.30 a. m. and 5.05 and p.m. ; ioin Hast at 6.53 a.m., 12.W and 7-V p. m. , Coin? South, on the Rutland and Darlington 11. 11. at 8.10 and 10.3) a. m...

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