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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 October 1872

t Jloinlnc Tide. A -T.iBT TOLD T X K-T1TCC. Ii Ml oi tdd m father, bova, i 1 father t-dd Lis daughter , 1 1 many rvil dreams tbe tile 1 Ii zone by has brcnjrht licr jen I watrothed to ftitherihei , J .! .dd'ag n throld arm-chiln, M ii icr - Tu.ce jT-ew hoarse tb wli )u H I. n -r.it rye- ila.ihlni;wIWl, I mlcr he woliM speak In wratb, mm Mien, in pain, more mildly ; T'if Lord hare mercy aa the. Jaan, A' d ie tbeo Ihm all Englishmen " T . j cturo hnnpjurt xotWre I )i uiil oak kit besid me; i r' 1 learnt to eak, or . el v Joe hare lert to ruble me, l c'ut.he-1 -n forflai to a chair, r h ,1 that tale of black despair. m . n the daj that some call mat!" s ik-tn fathei. " Itat thisCtnd i w .r r-whiter titan the pae 1 t--toii- frm that teul age! -i i.ii' wj Kenneth, a H mine . li.m.e iiu name for aor line 1. -i KnvrJ.couM wield It well. . .Ijik. htLn blade could tf It i (! i '..'th inGodabore, ti i - H thland home and loo. i 1 k irk. wb-'rebeeoolditr m u ii im erj Sabbath day. I ti I - lib...

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. — 18 October 1872

THE BUELIN&TON, VT-. PBEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18. 187. Pc .free ress. bC'klinctox, Friday, ocf. lsTTSi" nilAi:iICT, Kdl.or. t'utau Keput.llr-1.1 Xomltta tlOllB. for rnisinENT, ULYSSES S. GRAT, ;or illisgi. TOR TlCE-rKESIKEhT, UEXRY "WILSON, or liassacBTSETrs. TIUltl oiisi:ssiox.ii. DISTHICT. Hri'l'rn lll.lrltt Com enllon. A Cnion BepuMican Convention of Ibe Third Coo m!onJ Piftrlct of Vermont, will be toH t JI.rJerrt.on Tbnrsdav, October 31th, 1U at 12 .clock in., for the purpose tf nom'natlnr candi date for Representative to Consrts", to be supported r the l publican rreemen of the Dlitrict, t the .lection, Tuesday. November 5th. 1372. Also to nomlnata can-Wate for Presidential Hector fur i.4 District The Eepobllcan Voters of thu Congressional Dis trict ire invited U be represented In the Convention their delegates, Bpon tie basis of ore delegate rom each eitr arid town, and one additional dele rate for eer hundred and every fraction of one hundred lancer than fifty ...

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. — 18 October 1872

nfltl-IXCTOX AXIS TICIXITT. Al'iprt F Paris of KutlanJ, lias reccivej i nntrnt (it a machine fur fipiiiiii; -.ton?, The Glnstenburj railroad is to lie coin- letfd this week. The liore dUtempcr has broken out in pnl towns in KutlanJ eonntv. The Saralogian calls the closed hotels in ihat place ''colossal silcntnc." The Delaware anil Hudson Canal Com .any -tnck lUat 1.17. Work on the Xcw York and Canada rnil r,md is progressing as fast as the weather ill permit. The butter shipments at it. Albans on husdav last were l.filG tnK Cliese205 .e- Mc.n Jay was the anniversary of the dii ,nery of America by Colnmbus, 0t. 11th, 149-2 lVti-r- announcing that lion. Luke 1 :and was to peaK in Lavendub, were i rn Juvrn the night after they wereput up. 'i nrt-aredetestable. llw -ighi of a brilliant aurora was one of in- rewards for stayer-o;it-latc Ia.t night. iur despatches indicate that it was gene , .t witm-sd throughout Xew England. I In- -uillhn Joe 1'rown, owned in Glen'i w,.n the $2,000 r.ur ...

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. — 18 October 1872

THE BTEIINGTON, VT-, FBEE PRESS, rRIDAY morning- . OCTOBER lj, 1872. tt J far JiranU' the Trrauir mnrm t hiivi It mots tome. fiaLTrrrrtraax, Toe torn worne thiaya aretaktn: It may be ricit. to errir chan'i- That Mil tort dow aw maklnr, -ChmseiorjMbetter.berebei -w Is a linn whit we waat. BnU till 1 it wfU kei, l or one. i fcf Oraat L'-chau" will Utfwwift?wenimciit A rain In docUftil hand. Whose rc4Uat:n;. weak Intent , icorwd f all the land, If -change" would brm; tht traitors beck IThAnilMt mire Tear aro. Who crime andjauinfi. in their track U.'ourni war, wiin iu I' - chanre " most mean that we girt uj. The frnit of -rirtory, And. nana; drained the bitter enp Of bkjodv war, that we Co back to lanocraae rale , And let rebellten ttanol Aain her flat I'm not a fittu n nT for J rant Toea. a Uv Greele Well ' you 1 am not one of theee Vt ho think old fnenda act dtaarre- liut ihey atooee are foe A "farmer" an ThnemphfT.' His menu are allowed As xrek.e3t ilicnscma, ur i cant "rno with that...

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. — 25 October 1872

A Reminiscence of Tror. nto mz scaomsT. Il wis the ninth year of the Trojan war AteJlonspuUstbcEt V lot of us were sitting by the shore ' Ts'JiJM-MiMas. Castor, and the rest s..ms whittling shingles and some stringing Lews, And cutting up our friends, and cutting up our foes. riiwn from the tent aho-.e there camea man. Who took a camp-stool or Tydides' side. H, toined our talk, and pointing to the pin unon the embera where onr pork was tried, saline would eat the onloni and the leeks. hut the Wed port was food not fit for Oreeks. LooV at the men ofThebes," he tald, "and tllen Took at those cowards In the plains below Vmo see how ox-like are the ox-fed men i Von see how sheepish mutton-caters grow. st.ck to this vegetable food of mlno ; Men who eat pork grant, root and sleep like swine.1 Some laulbel, and some grew mad, and some grew red . The pork was hissing , but his point was clear, st 11 no one answered him, till Nestor said, "One inference that 1 would draw Is here -. Von veget...

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. — 25 October 1872

-i Dyo BnKLKGTOX. FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1S72. C. . BEtLHICT, :EdlU.r. Xatlou! Tnlou IUPbll Aomin.. FOR TKESIDEST, I ULYSSES S. GRANT, or nXTSOia. IFOR V1CB-FRESIDEXT. HENTiT TVTLSOX, Or MASSXCHTgnTg. Thr rmiirntltl rrosprcu. j No candid and well informed man of any J parry can doubt that Gen. Grant will le re-elected, if he lives to November. Some of his bitterest opponents, like the Gncm na, Commercial, squarely admit this. Others who cannot bear to own tiemselves whipped after all their boasting, or -who find it advisable to continue to delude their followers for the sake of local objects, still insist that there is a chance for Mr. Gereley Very few, however, venture to sustain rach a cUim.by any statement of figures in detail. Thoe who do, admit in their very tables the defeat of the coalition. Thus we have seen no attempt to elect Mr. Greeley by a table, which did not give to him the Tote of Indiana But tbf late election shows that Indiana is safe for Grant, beyond a peradventure Thr...

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. — 25 October 1872

nrntixnTox axd vicixitt. r .U3.s Bctter JUjset. On Tac- Jay. with a quiet market, pri& ranged fur common to fair 13 to 25c. ; medium to good 30 to 33c. ; choice 33 to 3Jc; selc tions3Jc. IIatino the List or October. The last fw days have lum very favorable for the utamnhay season. The mowing machine are busy in all sections herealouts and large ,,1'antitio ofliay U being gathered in. r.IUIVOND IiCTTEE MARKET, Oct. 21. Mtriet showed a little falling off from laet vk' prices, about 1,500 boxes cheese having sold at 13J to 131c for farm dairies , ,ng.- and factory 1 1 to 15,and alxmt 300 tubs ,f utter ; fair 20 to 30c ; choice 32 to 31c. ItJIONT 1'iURMACEfTICAL ASSOCIATION . The third . nnual meeting of the Vermont Phnruiacentical Association will lie held at Miintpelier, on Wednesday and Thursday, ,i t titer 23d and21th, 1872, at ten o'clock, , . Hie object of this Awwiation is to ,.,,.Miethe science and art of Pharmacy, 1 ffiwug scientific knowledge among drug and apothecaries of...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 October 1872

Spe-ial tartsjoiidenoe cTtte Pree Preai andTSael. pron SUirtptllrT. Jloxmxnx. Oct. 16. nrcBiicis txrotctscs. The of HoritpelieT had & re- jcidas over the October elections last even ing. Tnere was & capital salute and a re gptsalle torchlifbt procession, far which the Jyarihfeld Band tarnished Tery clever sasii. The few transparencies displayed in the parade were nnasaBy good and re flected credit on the artist who designed them- The demonstration concluded by the proce-eion forming in mass in front of the Pa-rilim Hotel, from the balcony or which. Got. Converse and Hon. Levi "Underwood, cfEcrbngton, addressed them in brief and stirring speeches cCTcerning tbe auspicious loot of the campairn. Tm coneexssibxal cbxttstioss have now been sill called, the Hist District at Entiand, Oct 23d, the Second at "White Paver Junction. Oct. 23d, and the Third at Hyde Tark, Oct. 21th. The general interest centres on the content in the SeeandDistriet. where the heated canvass which has been...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 November 1872

Nniumrr lajrs. tr ntsnr norLsiso. A 1 ttJe nock of wilderness Pctwecn the meadow nml the rirer, Whtn twocrewblle together c&iae. And one will como z.o more fore cr. Tlt riuLc bridje, the narrow road, The peat upon the fillen pine, The whi?ier of the Summer wowls. S Hwect, tut not so wct as thine. A little wild-flower Ion; ao Amon the tansleJ pra sos grew, S.) many ihln;s are dead since then. How f hould not that be withered loo Ilt-re where we sat I sit alone, Watching until the son goe down, Fr thoa;h 'ti ruromer-timc to-day. To-morrow will the woods be brown. Year after year," the poet sanj. Year after year the spirit si;h, And cummcr-dayi will come a jam, And fans will set inSammerktea, Cut to his bourne or wilderness Cetneen the meadow and the xircr Will fcny come because we came. And say, thej come no mora forever! Tlie Auttimii. T..e annle-trees up in tlie orchard, Tim iireeiy autumnal morn. Arc tossinz their heads In a frolic And lauxhlnz the year to scorn. Around os the ...

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 November 1872

fa Jite Jrcss. BCBLINGTOX, 1T.IDAT, SOY. 1, 15T2. BirVEI'lCT, Editor. Nation1 Vnlon tepu-llei FOR PEESIDEXT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, or nxix-is. rOR TJCE-PMSIPENT, IEENKY WII-SOX, OF alSSACBTSETTS. rr Irmlxri of Conirress. Flirt rhnr.n ' W. UILL-irj), or Moctpelier. TtoSdSl-GEO W I-ENDEE, of Morn-town. For I're-Identlel Electors. AT UBG-. HARMON CAXTTELIi, of A-linrWa. ELISUA r JEWETT. orSlOEtpelitr. Knrtnatnct ALASSOS ALLEN. cTTalrhsveii. SSd oS-B-SllA. STODDARD, orTiai4, iSrt V-ROMEO it START, of Wtegton. BY HIS EXCELLENCY, Circa-v-a or ihi State or Vixxo-t A rnoCLAMATIOS. WBEEXii, tht President of the Cnited Stales, on tie eleven-- day oT October, initiat. Issued hit Proclamation, caiinj -pan til dti-enso. the United Sates, on the TWENTT-EIG HTII DAY OF S0 VEMBER KEXT. to assemble at their respecter. jiUcm of worship. nd there mile their atta-wl-edsmenu to God for hii kindness n4 bounty Therefore, ud in nMordinee wi-h the r-i-orc-ctstonTof the Sute, I do eiroestlj invite all the edtlxe...

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 November 1872

I' jit III.I.XGTO"V AXD VICIXITV. j . , 1'. 1 1 - :irv ujieo till ti ' .', n Tue--.., ' He -"re our Tote Kput in -iHD liCTrnN". Our friends throughout ir State will do us and tho public a faror ,v -ndin? t us the vote-- of the towns they ,w in. a- rarly n iioi!l through the , ,,i s undiody rise" may ncrhvt to do in ) r want th full ote. in- l'riidcntial election takr place one v, . A from t-i 'lay. Clo- up the ranks and ' j ,,u tli.- e.ilnmn' - Ui.vv- Hi ttex Macket. On Tucv ' , ith a full market prices, ranged a little n, - ,n m-t grades than last te'. liimr. -Latwsris there were shipixsi l in; in. of li.itter from Vergennea depot: Si l!i-. from New Haven. , rui-iii: Central railroad luu aaade ,,r, - ,il it-, brakemen two dollars per ,-1,1 l,:i-.a!-o increased the jay of its M ai"! pacnger conduetors. , 1! , i m Journal says there is no doubt tV 'i r-o disea-e lia- attacked the hu , fun! v. and there are plenty of cases all i In i it Fire ra- are reported on one ,t tl.e S mill 1-nd...

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 November 1872

THE BTJIRLINGrTOlST, TT. , TREE PEEiSS, FEIDAY M6ENING. NOVEMBER 1, X872- Special OwmpondraM of the Free Fress and Tunes. From Xeatprllrr. JIoxTraJDt, Oct. 23. VX1UI0XT CXXTRAL LXCISLATIOX. The dullness thus far of the l-gidatore was relieved at the commencement of the week, by the introduction in the Senate by I AVe hare been accustomed for some years to "swallow" legendary tales. It is a pleasure to think there were characters like "Di Vernon" and ""William Tell," but we cannot understand why German historians .All the latin is vouched for as excellent, bat it is to be feared that he was somewhat obtrusive. Both he and a Russian priest ; who gave a great deal of advice, were informed, ia the most friendly way, that only Germans could quite understand I will impose upon us such a nonsensical story the difficulties of tL situation. Bishop 1 as they tell respecting the Saint Ursula, to I ..... ..... ..i , ,. I l i r i i aa? a SenatorTeaiev,ofthebUlincorpIratinSthe ihittinSnam ol Mary...

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 November 1872

Ton ami I anil lie. T lUUtl-R 01KX8 SUITS. IXc nun was va;r&bon-I,f tout and rtronr, Soli of speech, an t dosrcd or will , Weak it" h coniciene Jlndlaed til vrron-, A pos.tivc uian who took his fill rnrni tin' timkr-crmt ; ray neinlibor Y-mn? li rajmj lift oa Vv;3ibond Bill. But neighbor Youn-, in yonr Christian s.-al. Ma ml you a firm tor the ood tod ri;;ht 1'lnut you the fiiot fur the public weal. Ready to do. aod to daro and to fi-lit, vf ua half tbe pluck o: vagabond Bill W'ho into the wron,; has thrown his might ! Tii'-: wron-r-headed man will twist and inn And falsehood tell here tho truth would serve Ah ' neisuiK'r mine, nave you yet to jcaru That to tell a lie requires some nerve T IV) von for the truth a warmly burn t lVi vou from the rijid dsht ne'er swerve Wilh a wink and a cod the rlass Bill tips. And down nn the counter fllnn the uelr Neighbor Youn-.' says, " In the closet alps From a tea-pot kept on the upper shelf." One virtue be claims with sober lips No hypocrit...

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 November 1872

Stlie Jra jprxss. BURLINGTON, IRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1S"72 HIEtElICT, lldlloi. Tkr brut Ktiuit. It is a dean irm). Grant and Wilson carrr twenrr-nme or thirty States of the thim-seven. Icaring to Greeley nd Broun no more states: and fewer electoral vote-, than Senneor had in 1563 Mr. Greeley's otto Sate repudiates him byertjr thmisamJ majority. The Union gires to Grant not less than S0 electoral rotes, and probably a popular majority ef over half a million. Such fignres carry their m comment iae Besaits. The returns ef the eleetian are yet far from complete, End in many cases, estimates only are siren ; but these estimates are un doubtedly xtitfcin bounds, and ire may say the Republicans haTe tarried erexy North ero Sate, the Panfie Coast Statesjind eight oftheSoothem States, thrty Statesman1; while the combined Democrats and liberals hire been able to cany bat sera Three hnndre4 deewral rotes -will be cast for Grant and WHsun, and 3 for Greeley and Brans. Tfce O'CeaarerStniigat-oot Demo c...

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 November 1872

ninia.-v;To.v axo vicisciiv. The name of the pxstor-elect of he First Baptist Church at Riirfax U J. S. Webber and not Webster as published ; lie has been the District Secretary of the Baptist Edu cation Society for New York. Mail contractors, and others interested in the conveyance of mails in Vermont, would do well to read the advertisement of the PostolEce Department on the fourth page of our paper tonday. Milton-. Sidney Judd has sold his farm of 133 acres, to Isaiah Martin, for 80,000. Edward Flinn has sold to Nathan Martin, 49 acres of meadow and pasture for $00 per acre. The epizootic is becoming general among livery and working horses ; the cases are generally mild so far, and are treated suc cessfully. Governor Converse has made the follow ing selections for his Aides de Camp, with the rank of Colonel : Albert A. Fletcher of Bridport. Percival W. Clement of Rutland. Edwd. A. Jewett of Burlington. Xathan S. Clark of Randolph. St. Albans Bitter Mixket. On Tues day prices rang...

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 November 1872

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PHESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1872. Special Correspondence or the Free Press ani Times. Moxttei, Oct. 23. ART AT ins OirlTOL. For such a grand building as the State Capitol is, one is struct on entering it ai Fr.ii HontatUcr. lIoxrrnJEE, Nov. 1. The elections of State officers were com pleted to-day, RiTing the Judges of the Supreme Court, for whose election no day the almost lack of adornment, in the line of 1 has been ct and trill not be probably till sculpture and painting. To be sure, salut ing youat the wider-trance is Mead's early effort at reprexmting "Old Ethan," but the cultivated sculptor would be ashamed of it to-day, and would be willing to consign it the Cite of o bill to reduce their number to six is known, and the Commissionerfor the Insane, which was postponed for two weeks. The list shows that experience is still con sidered of some account in executing the to the tender mercies of the "side show" of Jaws and care of public institution...

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 November 1872

Crftlfy's r.Ke a-a FallAs Elecj. V BITTFX OX A roLITICAL BATTLE XIEU). Tljen ViKvell, Hora.' . Byron. 7'ic I alit.t -trikes the " Ctalltioit" LnIl ; The v inquUbM foe lints on the fti-sr-l'ii-ll Tlie field i- clear, and I aia left to t.-ll Tin- Mr' r a Teat -wait's r:.-e za-1 full. I. ladled staid N.w llain)hin!g Granllo llillj lcountcriDx hirdslili t ?ucli as otl veil Tberunicjouth: exi-retl to in-nr IIU Wi'ch y.-OT rare .l-ttn,;, lr with Ermcti met , MiTatlac to Vermont la earlr mulli The iroireas of wlew bills, to arte, found Xwm the coming nun Eur 'Us a trnth That cue's Forroaadlnzs li! to xn-uli one's ftee. lie early gare large promise of a life T he devoted to the Good and True When eomlns years should call him to the strife, liuii'ped with powers equaled but by few. ft ith memory, by' which he ,uicV acquired A knowledge wonderful of men and things t ith large and active brain, that eoldom tired And ready pen, that spared not l'rleiti nor " Rinjs " No wonder, then, that he at ...

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 November 1872

She cf juRUN-GTOX, nUD-a-.yUV. 15," 1672. ,;. J. nimailCT, Kdltor. tote or Ycrawat, A desoatch from the Secretary of State's oSce gives the full TOte of Vermont, nt the law election, is follows For Grant atd Wilson 41.487 For Greeley andBrown 10,94, For O'Oonor ted Adams -5S3 The Republican majority therefore is 29,- 917 The majority in 1?63 was 32,122. The rate for Congressmen onrretarosgive n follows : Firtt District. WWiri.- Heaton Scattering.. 3,591 5 WiHard's majority 1 "eW One town, Pawlet. not heard from. Second District. Poland Steel Pieree Scattering Poland's majority, 5,111. Bloomfield, not henrd from ... 11,097 2,973 2,(B5 495 One town. Adding the seattcring.whieh were mftsrly cast for 1 hee ler and Dennison, to the Republican vote, the Republican majority hi the District i 12,05(1 Tlurd Diana riendee Adams Scatterin . . flendee's majority , . ii.it:. 3.154 7.97:. Tbr Uflilfta Mrr. It has lieen the late of Boston to mal t If terrible ealaniiiv of a vear ago in Chicago Lik...

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 November 1872

BmUXGTOX .VXD VICI7VITV. Boston' JIarketj. Owing to tie non-receipt of Boston mail we are unable to give a lioston market this week. St. Aldaxs IJctier Maeket. On Tues day, with adull market, prices ranged nifol 1 jws . Common to fair, 23 to 23? ; me dium to good, 23 to 30c; choice 32c. riiee 9 to 13c, 1!iciiuoxd Bctter Market. On Monday 400 boxes of cheese were sold at 13 to 13J cantsand 14 cents forsageand factory ; and 200 tubs ot Hatter at 18 to 23 cents for ordi nary, and 30 to 32 cents for choice. Fletciiek. The result or the voting on Tue-day in the little town of Fletcher is worth noting. At the Stato election the Kepuulican representative was elected on the fifth ballot by one majority. On Tues day Greeley and Brown received 20 votes to 100 for Grant and Wilson. A tiger for Fletcher ' Accident Geo. Rand.employed by Tuvvn send & Hill as foreman on Brownson.iVeston S. Green's new mill, fell a distance of about 23 feet, striking a plank floor. His injuries are serious thou...

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 November 1872

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