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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 22 November 1872

ntlufnl IVIrn. I dffa it birbirooj. tlili war or mikln; womat a helpful w,fa Ily kceplns; us root sirj." wiy I rum all tlif mtcrpr.-e of life. ".shli, and it ylncrcu : t. A!i.n":n 3r0 t liowt anil hSA Thitcanr-iilirau am! i ikk iir Id, An4j.riMtvaR,anljcirelfrif, " Are all that need t.ll we're fit :iil .,1,' J5f lliejr want ul, neVrtlielf, n-K'i1 .." tM,r """"Slil'.nadfjini.atiie tt ith all ths trujnile and dietn-M i miM mat wnulil 1 true and ;. t Tn laml thorn il.-.. .... . . To chr them when they f trlve an.l till. And jrfrd anew the zlorions mall. And then sink back to konfcwtferlcg To shirts and flannel, and beef and ale. What if I were to follow him To that STeat London 1 hare tried To think and write, and I mijht twlm, With other minnow, by the ride Of the -reat fljli that kept the tide. A tale, woman' touch of art, Ami insight into woman' heart 'Not deeply thou-ht. Dot keenly pil. That were nut. turcly, too lofty a part. Bat it would ex liiat; and hi love Is more to me than a...

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 November 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MOENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1872. IllLLIXOTOX, FRIDAY, XOV.SS, IST2 t;. ;. i!im:dht. i:ntor. BV HIS EXCELLENT V, jrLirs co.winisi;, Gov ebsob or tat Sran: OF Vekkoxt. a ritcci. iJiATiox. rt UEEUS. the rrerdcot of the Tn'.ted Stales, on t eleventh da of October, Instant, issued hia Procl m it'n, cairn;: upon all citizens of the United States, on the TWENTT-EIGHTH DAY OF 0- V . ..fcrt NEXT, to assemble at their respect' u c s.-fworea'p, and there make their acknowl- el tinvQt to Uod for his kindness and bounty Taerefvre. and in accordance with the uniform custom of the State, I do earnestly Invite all the i i.n. of th's Commonwealth, abstaining from anas ments and all unnecessary labor on the day above named, and in unison with our fellow citizens of war entire nation, to assemble as above re quested by the Prts dent; and w.th unfolded srat tnde to our Heavenly Father for his innumera- ble temporal blessing, and with hearts of fervent devotion, and si...

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. — 22 November 1872

nrnuxcTox axi yicixitt. The sergeant-at-arms reports repairs lme been made on the State House, at an ex pense of 18,179.23,. Hcxiixoto.v. Chas. II. Lovelandof Hun tington lost ato eight year old rcare, worth $000, on Saturday last with the epizootic. Essei. The dwelling hous: of George W. Prior, in the northeastern part of E$ex, was destroyed by fire, Wednesday, about noon. The report of the trustees of the Vermont I'nircrsity, gives for last year, an income ..f $84,491; expenses, 17,042; and $1. 725.74 for extraordinary disbursements. Senator Trumbull has written a letter, declining to sene as chairman of the judi ciary committee. Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, will succeed him. Ricuhoxd Bcttxr Market. On Monday cheese sold for 12 to 13c for good, factory and sago 14 to 14Jc,tim G to 6c. Butter good, 25 to 30, choice, 32 to 33c. Sr. Albucs Bctter Market. On Tues day with a dull martet butter sold as fol lows Common to fair 20 to 25 ; medium to good 25 to 30c, choice 32c, selections 3...

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. — 22 November 1872

m Tkt Twlua. tT Fron.. eaattral hake io the nwratani Tw r ralea.!Baevn. . miur and Battrr like roora. or ame 1.1 ucl.mke M.aT blown. 0 ' bed ol cokoaa laattr "ii! unpawn" --nd-.n le T iand?. '' u.amw and To-i mm- f .r-tiieae i fc n-a: . - .-sun--rVnei. -n.Ai- : " L.wardr b-m- ' J"11' -i-i wti r ' I. aancec. and dallaed ' auu:! tn. meadow ilid -. imr'i'iuu unci tTaadrwc Tc. - tat- " cjn-ri mi. 1 ra Tt wa .rfu. ch.larei (.' dm a - u otner "on. j. .i mi ouic c una! ' rauB en T-iatao. c lite breast of Morn Tne ome -L are ana ueaut. TDeeann' i v.nct; anc aiee Trie umf i- iit ha r noun their h-i Tli aan - ' Ltnerevef- , or tl. pocr eve---ame e.iver. tarn i . anr :nu Mil . .ward lilt Iii..ti- or Jono --t wh'-i" ana dam-eel d dajliec Tne Ht.'. u va.e am..!. T ana.- me same mica mvH and fiow'- 1H MatUr'. fcanr. r-TTespoudmi . f uk Lonanti c rrruatOf : weaant ston . irj4Jau acuoinitraliTelhrilti r. i.i zone i:i round (f i' . n'r: pat- Av-. ircim:; I ..jrri- li .3c: l-unu, (. J' yi'.ti' - sate...

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. — 29 November 1872

"The Ministry or "lont." In God's -rest Mi of lator All work, is not the fame , He hath a ferric for each one Who lores II la liolr oame. And j-ou, to whom the secret Ol all sweet sound aro known. uweni' Corlio liathcilled );g To a mis.iun of rour own And, rijlitly to rulOll it. Ills graco can make vuu Mron v ho to your charge hath en The Ministry of .vd. 4 Sln to the little children, And they will listen well , Sins grand and holy music, tor they can reel its spell. Tell them the tale or Jeuhtliah Then ain-j them what he said Ieei-r and deeper still,' and watch How the little cheek stows rod. And the litllebreathoonieaqulckcr .J!"5" .wU1 Der rurI' the tale. While the song hit faMened aurelj A" with a jolden nail." IVoncea Hidltt llatfrttmj. l"lth ami llratoii. f From a heaotiful piece of poetry of Miss Harer KlrWsT" UUe " ,sk,tke Mllns " S?"" ""Wnsa the harp to see Wbmln too music dwells . Faith poars a hallla)ah sonj. Aod heavenly rapture swefls. SL T"00 Mrirea to count the drops ...

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. — 29 November 1872

w 33 6ai Eft 1 t Un to J. - Jm BURLlXtiTON. FRIDAY. NOV. 29, 1BT2- mrvKIHCT, Kdltor. Bate. eflBHrmoct. Is there any good reason why i0"11" should cot tie businessmen of Burlington three tmt what it doe? the men of Boston and Nexv York ? IVe find from a statement in the last iae of the Commercial vuutm f Bom. that the rates for insurance have been about the same in Boston as in New York, dry soods jobbers generally paying 40 to '5 ceats . wool SO cent- to $1 ; clothing manufacturers 90 cent- to $1 ; boot and shoe deaiers from 31 to 45 emu, and hard ware abo-t the same Here ir. Bur'.ington the dry goods men pay Sli an J upwards, hardware merchant- $1 50 and upwards . one of the cloti.ng ueaier- pays $3.50 The higher rate mentioned in the BxUetmS paragraph 1 2 per cent on drug and paint mill, in New York ano Boston Here our manufac turer are asted fiur and five per cent and even higuer Tate- Now jt are at a lo- to ee wh rate thorn b. anj higher here than m Boston or Ne iork We have no ...

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. — 29 November 1872

nrnia.oTox axu vicixitv. Tlie LegHatuic ailjourn.-J at an early hoar on Wedne-day morning. Tlie con rluding irocecdins did not rraeli us in -eason for publication this week. St. Alius Hitter Mabeet. On Tue Jay , with a dull market, prices ranged as follow - Common to fair, 20 to 25c. ; me diin to good, 2.1 to 3(V.; cl,;-. 30 to 32c; 'lections, 33c. The liurlington Dtwucrat devotes three loliimn- to a sketch and eulogy orThendore Tilton. Strange to , in the !Ut of .Mr. Tilton's writings, no mention is made of hi crowning work, the Life or Victoria Wood hull1 . A husland. whose wire haTpplied for a dhorce. writes a protest to the jud-e in w hich he say s : "This plagued thing called a divor.-e has, in my opinion, parted many a man and hi-wife." JUst- I'HLCksts.-A. J. Itlanchard of thi. city and John McGregor of Ks.-e-., Vt., the two leading players of this State, recently made a trial trip into Washington county, defeat ing the hest players in that -ection, losing only four games ou, ...

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. — 29 November 1872

Mi 1 JT JiS "" On- of tie mo beantlful and toachlnj iwml .v.r written on toe month i f November. I. tiefol lowiBE rem by James O. Clarl.. Tbe red snn pitiera up his beams. To bid the withered earth farewell. And voices from the s wellinf streams Are nnrinj with the evenmj; bell : The cold lake throbss la restles Krler.l Where Ute the water lilies srew. TYlrie autumn fowl, and aotnmn lea.. Are failinz down the rlter Hue. Fumien are tie woodland shrines, The birds to warmer lands av fled. And winds are wailinl thron'h the pines. dirse for summer's rjlorioua dead . Ern man forsakes his Sally strife, And muses on the bricbt things flown, " s.!lflnature-schan;'nsllfe, lie saw the picture of his own. I often think, at this sad hour, U evening weeps her earliest tear,; And sunset gilds the naked hnwtr. tnd wares are breaklni cold and clear, Of that clad time, whose memory dwells Like starlizbt o'er life's cloudy wea ther. Whon side by side we roamed the dells Of dear New England's coast to...

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 December 1872

For tfie Kre Presi and Times. Our lUrllns Mrrpi. WOIjDS BV A. A. EARL. ( Surt, nly tod low Tlie warm breezes Mow. And the solemn old pines aru si!i(ur But eofler end low rona the U.Ijw, Where the pride or our ,oul is lyluj. ljr the hrooklet Ie slwjps. Where It eddies and lea;. In many a wild cascade, And the swinging stars lrop their silrer liars On ineaduw and glen and glade. And she sleepy es sleep Where the wild willow weejs. And its arms clasp the cold mossy stone w 5.r,e son- bin" sin? sli welcome to sprin Till the song and the sunlirht Is one. ' By the brooklet she sleeps, t here it eddies and leaps In many a wild cascade, And the swinging stars Irop their siher bars On meadow and glen and glade. An echo 1 know Is this streamlet's flow Of the waves of that golden river llj whose sunlit marse floats an sn'-rcl barn And her soul dwelleth there forever By the brooklet she sleeps. H hro it eddies and leaps In many a wild cascade. And the awinr!nK stars lrop their silver bars On me...

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 December 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT,, FBEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 0. 1S72 flir Jm ress BUItLIXCTOX, FRIDAY, DEC. 6, 1ST2. ;. :. IIISIUIIICT, Kdltor. Pri-ld'nl trmt'i Mf-.ajTe. Oar space is largely devoted this week to the fourth Annual Message of President Grant. As wc hate before said its main subjects hate lieen generally anticipated by the public. It contain a large amount of detail incorporated from the department report-, which vt ill not make it peii-iaps a-fre-h and interesting a former State papers of its class, from the same honored pen, jet it will bofound a straight-forward business like document and gives an encouraging view of our public affairs. Ve trust many of its valuable suggestions will lie favorably acted on by Congress. There is do narrow ness about President Grant's views and his recommendations mast lie generally con ceded as sensible, and of a practical nature. We heartily commend the Message to the careful consideration of every citizen. Tbe ' Quinquennial laluntlun...

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. — 6 December 1872

ni-Ki.ixn-rox aai vici.mtv. A gymnastic clulj is beinjj organized in town. Vermont and Canada Kailroail stuck hold, Tuesday, in Boston, for .sixty cent. Vermont Central Railroad lirt liiortgao-e liond-i.sald, Saturday, in Iioton fur furty eight cent-,. Kutland Railroad scrip is filing in ;0. ton at-!ij to !, and in demand at thee figures. Jericho. h. A. ISWhop has sold liU farm to Ceoige K. Hrnn for $30,000, and Geo. II. Kronn Imssold to L. A. llMiop his fann for $12,000. Sr. Aldivs Rctter Market. On Tues day prices ranged as follows Medium to good, 85 to 30c ; choice, 31 to 32c ; selec tions, 33c. A friend writes us The only draw buck at the daucc at .lonesville .in the 23th ult., was caujd by Rorlington and Ussex .Junc tion roughs, who came loaded with fighting whiskey A half million of the Rutland Railroad loan has already been sold, and liabilities U the amount have already been liquidated, and the balance of the bonds are selling rapid) Vhile there was a strong Movement ii our ...

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 December 1872

Tlir.r Dead Leavea. TJre dead lea res were a violet once, A tender, timid thlnr A eleepin;: besuty till the wind Kied it awake in sprinj. Then for one little, littlo hour 1 knew lore' deep delight Cnto the wootnr wind to si e All that m violet might. And then It dropped and raded happily , Fur. bi in loved. It is not pain to die. uulntl and the Adams Famll). Quincv is one of the finished towns of the commonwealth. Although only nine miles Trmn Tl.ton. nJ in the "direct route of ex Its Imandaries touching the corpor r!tr limits, it has lieen lvinz fallow and tn for veap.. Tlie cranite guar- ries,0to which leads the first railroad built in America, make great scoops in the hills to thewet. At the north, clot to the hills, little colonies are settling under the auspices of land speculators and promptly pennon inr for scriaration from the antiquated bor ough , and on the harbor side strenuous at imitits nr made each season to arou-e a watering place fever, with uniform lack of success. ...

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 December 1872

I.ia of Vault) . A dream that waLeth. liaM.le that t.reaVelti. S'm; whose lunleu aisrHVth, A paMinc brenlti. Smoke thai , ul,ltll, taurh if lift, that il th. A iwfr tkl With, fruit the traw aatiMatii, Trackleas kin) that dirti, MinuuntiiiK tarter FaUuurartfc l,.r,- Swch i. lifo that Jktli A atmt eihllD. hnw water falling, MarilJalgralew Uut drKlli, A iafl Man, Lentttarainc ahaJow cast, Sucl) la lifts that diMli A B-aatr iwMim treaaure. SS?i'nS ,lut MS't 1mj elh, Moth oa 1443 Kins, TM mroitlnS, Suekia ldfc that diath Morrow by morrow -Sorrow brawda orro . Froaodj tonisl.t Soeh b lift that dirtl, ( kn,nm O. feaatn,. ,,-, ,r -I"" 11. r l'r--nt. s The Mm of yesterday 1 Mt- ' forever aat to Time and M . Soinetli .nic I feel and oinethliis aae. The flrerof yenlerdaa- i nut -S !Hed ''J'" ,re ttered idt , 1 et onts perfume do 1 breathe. bull does lu beauty -tinny pr.de The friend of yeaUrdaj is dead tta loader hill hu, grate doth lie 1 there an moment vhen 1 feel , Hi' presence aa of old dr...

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 December 1872

(Flip .free rcHH UTONrFrai)AY7DEC."l3, 1572. n. SJ. KKSKBICT, Editor. jMtoi'i:cTCs. TJicnarliastosi Ti cc Press, IH13. srcaiz. ixt.cctnr.vi to scaicauriBS. ToiIiKhodM'rs Vermont vToeklj, the IHK ut'.ios Fbee raEwinmenilsitieirait,neorUie o'litst and the lMltst if the Vermont Weeklies, aiiiasaarst class fsmilv Journal, ranklni with liosec larierctlee !n the variety, amount and n.mof its contents. It u a ltrse sheet of Isirly-nx Iocs columns, srntcdm new type, and attractive In Its nutter and "miicup." Anion! iu regular featuree are . Careful, frani and fearloss editorial discussions ofpuMic tooies, political, social, coramereial. and educatlcr-al. An editorial le.umi of the new! of the weel from tie world at lar;e. A weekly sominarj-of Vermont news, from all the Counties. 1 otercstin; orljinal corrcsiHin Jcnce from the jreat e't.ee. the West and Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with talneWe milter for the firmer, stool: -rower, calrman and ;irjener. A column of fresh Kellji...

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. — 13 December 1872

1 ItrilMXCTOX AMI VICIXITY. Lofil Wtalhcr r.fparl. Table showins mean barometer ami ther mometer a observed at the Weather Ob scrvation Office in this city for the weekend ing Dec. 11, 1372 :.Mean I!arometer,09,9W ; Mean Thermometer, 21.17. ('r.o. A. Kllkxv, OWner. llus Kiiled. InMoretown, Xot. 27t!i Kobert VTelk shot and killed, with a com mon phot gun, a bear that weighed COO lb. Forefather's Day will le celebrated :U Middlebnry December 23d, Rev. V.. 1. Honker delivering tlie customary address. Rutland Railroad scrip sold in lloston, Tuesday, for 92 cents. On Monday common -lock sold for 13 cents and preferred for 55 cents. lVtents have been issued to John L. Whitten, of Essex Junction, for mitten, and Nathan II. Hand, of I'ittsford, for frame for rock drilling machine. O. D. rtaldsis of Starksboro, while su perintending the ork at hi saw-mill a few days since, was severely injured liy having a heavy maple log rolled on him. In three of the New England States, Rhode Island, Massa...

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 December 1872

THE BURLINGTON, VT-. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1872. 8 sr Nut n the earth Uxtk beaul r Uoou, ha lb beauty powtr This 3 ainu Us natal liour Th. itmber-ttflU birth: Hi a uj germ dwells. And, pnun lene and to-nirf.t. It a?t i-and Treaullljht A- - 'a oui dHi. Eu' i. t u earth Ilatl 'ieau' rrown beyond tLeficwer Tie , !i t:ial. In a day or boar le-t another birth , Ami all we see Of beautv - a jrhmmeT brisbt 1 but th promise cj a night Tue ..lory tnat'stota When iU tbe tl let, TV- p r t di tti unfold and find l.fe - Juif- ,rn.wn perfect to the wind, 1. t-eauiy then itsljhii Ann t-esuty there ioiBparvf with beaut here below, As m.-riiiu's golden skies aglow tli murkiest clouds compare Tbe forms we love And cberith fur each faultless line, lint shadows are of tbose dirtiM Thai wf shall knew a bo re , fee itt ut- lire lo lve o' Nature not or art. Thai each iu iy tben. with reverent heart F t b auap. bare to give. ). Galaxy Jrus. tbe Now York Evening Pott, Nov. X Dorset Greele...

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 December 1872

f i Tin doir or Autumn. Tlum !tit to patfe upon the irir, Thoniocoiid ffimerurtlievtirY .Vint ill thy tint ik ctnuinly nr W Ith 1.1th ami V:ttr rirtf 05 ir. f .. .-.."dondaxai i! Jruray air' Apiirirln iailli-; to .,l.Ce mj , .man ax-hazy ian.lsu-.jw i i., T.i.- villa o! rleavl..r .1. ......, . j ji . ! )!- i!J!as loual 11 uiuiuun jwe luaitM totter . . iiu 1 old ).iute tint ttill rviaiin I nch injcj, thro j-h m jn'in , 1 , There '1 1 Joy, thou-h olr.:i ., 1 . ,A , "J""' float" Inw . . . h-VDln 'hat ri in.l fall II fr !tk nhcrBdylnsttfinv ire Imi.i I. The br nTn.us: hills anJ rclJenlnr Jai,. show .pemn; vutas to the Ay " And iluhy l.aly form jalea In mlUincdir;ci lifelike good In . Sumrtl.BM we Intra l.rcaIlileMly hen sonln lu d In- Momenta sin- Sw. Aut Bum, now we look tin thee ' ' And aear thy wondrous whlfierin. rnlfil I otii ' uit.n deft thou not av " Be. rd lite me ill liwj dlrlne. ' s.ih1 jetnill pan awJy a Mrenelj fair iu mint." MoMly 1, Koutoil Man. rv oRrntric. nu. Slowly alx...

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 December 1872

ft ft 1?; r I THE BTJELINGTON, VT , FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1872 BURLINGTON She (mrgss BCBUSGrOXrDAY,DEC. SO, 1S72. fi. C. n"VEIICT, Editor. ruosrEtrrrs. T is SarlinjJon Tree Press, I8?3. T . .11 who dji'r J a Vcrnont ITkIr, tie Era- lar tcX Fsit Peis& ooaaLendi Itselfas onecfthe r.M ,t nd the Ismit of the Vermont Hetkue., ...tint a'.ui rainHv Journal, ranainz with tho -f larjtrcte! in the variet-, amount aad nj cf !ta Ovitecu. it li alarrs sheet cf lr" looi columns, pr' ui caw trpe. attractive in Iti matter and "aiit-uji." AmoEj !u reiuiar leavures are Cars ul. frank and fearless editorial discussions cfpjh. c topics, political, social, etmaiercial. and t-jKittr.il. An -d'tcrisl resnrsi a the tews of the cii from tie world at iarjt. A week inaxiry of Yerm.it news, from all the Cca it'll. InU -it'n; orljinal corretponience from the great cit'w, tha Wtst and Europe. A A r enteral department, tiled with valuable ejUirft las fanner, stock jrower, dairrman and jinis...

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 December 1872

TITK STATE TAX. Call fur County Coureiitloiit THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1872. To the Selectmen of the seieral town, and the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Burlington, in the County of Chittenden The last Legislature, contrary to the reasonable exjiectationof a great majority or the tax payers in the Coantr, harinjr. failed to grant reasonable relief from the oppressive taxation occasioned by the ex cessire ralnation of real estate in this and other counties, we heroby request you and such other In dividuals as may chooee to attend, to meet us at the l.'ity Hall in the City of Burlington on" Saturdav the 21st day of December, at 10 o'clock a. v. for the purpose of eon"uHin- with each other and takln such concerted action on the part of all the towns in the county, as is deminded by the circumstance in which we are situated. Richmond, Dec. 10, 1372. Hr.SRT GlLLETT ) c , . SarroED Far, ( Selectmen or W. S. FxezvaV. J Richmond. L. C. Dome,...

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 December 1872

7 8 The Wife's Ilccause. 11 not because jour heart Ii mine-mine only- Mine alone; It .twit kccanse you chose mc. weak and Icnelj . For l onr own ; Sot lecause the earth Is Hirer, and the skies Spread above on And more radiant for the th!n!n?cf your eyas. That I lovo you. It H nvt because the world's perplexed ineaninj Grows more dear, And the parapets, with angels leaainj, Seem more near; All nature sinjs orpralse with all her vice Since you spoke. S.noe with my silent heart that now rejoices Lore awoke. N-t even because j our hand holds heart and lite At sour will. So-thin;, hush.u"; all Its discord, makinf; strile Calm and still i Teachln; Trust to fold her winji, not even ria From her nest ; Tcllin Lore that her securest. Barest home Must be rest. Because this human lore, thau;b pure and sweet Yours and mine , lias been sent by lore more tender, more compteta. More divine, That It leads our hearts it last to rest In beaten. Far above ou: Dj I take thee as a rift that God has -ive...

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