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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 December 1872

If f ,1 I v " ROClf of Acm II thmrihTi. J i .1 musinitlon or the an e w ' ' " u,ca c ' Rock ofaes cleft Tor me,M Tbou;htle-sly the maid.ni sun rell the word unconsciously From the girlish, slecful tonruo Sans a" little children sin ; San as sins; the birds of June Fell the words like lljjlit lea res dwn On the current ot the tone "Itocfc of res cleft Tor me. Let me hide myself in theo. " Let tne hide myself tn thee," Felt her oul no need to hide ; Sn eet Die poii as ong could, be And fche had no thought braid e AH the words unheedlnriy Fell from lips untouched hv care ftreamina: not they each might 1? On some other lfjw a jfi y er 'lUick of age cleft for me. Let me hule myself In thee." " Hock fa-res deft for me," a w oman FunZ tbem now, lleadlngty and prayerfully ; Erery word her heart did know. loe the bods as storm tossed bird breasts with weary wing the air. Every note with sorrow tirred Lv ery syllable a prayer ' ltock of as clelt Tor me. Let tne hide my eel f In thee." Rock of...

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 December 1872

1 mt $he Jrcc fprtss BURLLVGTO.V, FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 187i. C C. I1CXEDICT, lMltor. pnCsl'ECTCS. TIic Onr!iiiKon Tree Press, ISIS. EFECUL JKDtCIKISTS TO SltSTEnjERS. To 1I lo desire Vermont Weekly, the BlB u jotox Free rcESS.commendj Itself as one of the ollMt and the larjrst of the Vermont Weeklies, and as a Bnt class timilj- journal, rantlnf; with those of lar;crc:tie in the variety, amount and raloeof its contents. It is a larze sheet of fairiy-six lon columns, printed on new type, and attractive In Its matter and "make-up." Amon-j Its re-ular features are Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions of public topics, political, social, commercial, and educational. An editorial resunW of the news of the week from the world at larje. A weekly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counties. I Dtercstln ; orijinal oorre.pondenco rrcm the jrcat cities, the West and Europe. An Ajricultural department, filled with valuable matter for the farmer, stock jrower, dairyman and gardener. A...

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 December 1872

of Subscribers to tlie WEEKLY FUEC PHESS, llicir iaid Suit- depth of snow, heavily drifted roads, IccA Every town in the county except Under- Jlr. I'helps' 'remarks tveref loudly ap plauded. ' .Judge,Xoves. then, calledonCol. Kolla itary organization lor the supprewu 4," brigandage has beenXtkbliahed at Xaples. Flying columns of irregular cavalry will be Boston gives the election to Pierce by 79 majority over Gaston, the Democratic Can IO DXCUXE. . TW.O.I U i Auixr, Dec. ec. 24.-The Burge. Corp s ""I-"""' "'f ' to attend the inauguration of I Hous distribution, mil cm W ha tab . rpnnrtad that nave resolved Bmiiiia'ton Free Press 4- en Supplem OersMnia band dftnetag i-ttrs or vkiijiott, a. it. is; I)ignaHi by the tomtorf 0f Srafr for jnwucafta-i in the newtpafcrt. An Act for Reorganizing the Militia. Uyofthe Sutt of Vermont : iMC. 1. Each and evcrv able-bodied male citizen of this State, between the ago ot eighteen and forty-five years, except as here inafter provided, shall be liabl...

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 December 1872

. " a ...... .14 ...1 V....ll .,0 ,) tlip linn- iniI for. The ndtli'rss label on each paper sives the -"-. i iv.-iaun.,.iiiuUeu. il.lilgeiuw of Burlington, and 0. II. Ellis of Hunting ton, chosen Secretaries. ou iiiis ijuoiiuu lor two years pat. Ho had heard people in other section-! of the State glory in the fact that they had cheated table deaths are tbee of Edwin rorretr.he renowned tragedian, nnl EJnanl A. I'nJ. department. The firt ministry under a pytem of responsible government ha been formed at the Cape of Good Hope. M. i. ui. i u.Lt. .-nj,at.Wiit wpl.Xilu.3 Iti tilt) coal regions will cease January 1st. Titusville, Pa., Dec. 21. The oil pro ducers' council to-da, ratified an agreement made by their executive committee with the The Stokes ca-c ha- been adjourned to Thursday. DESTROYED. . Tht. paldi ..Taj sro luirnftl tho- leal portion of It treat of tbe var.ous a.Im wb!ch tbe human syiteui is subjected, and se; the peculiar properties of flusuttor s Stoma -era tho purmta. be...

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. — 27 December 1872

III Uiccnso of a large number of Suliscrilieri to Hie WEEKLY FREE I'linsS llieir paid Sub. scrinlion oviiircs on or about Jaiuiary 1st. All such should renew promptly, i-illicr in person or tiy mail, if llioy wish the paper eonliiiued. All papers arc STOri'EI) at the expiration of the lime paid Tor. The address label on eaeh paper gives tile dale up to which the paper is paid. IiritI.1"V;TV AMI VIl'IMTV. Col. J. IV ISarnum, of Richmond, In, been beard from. He was een about a week since at Chattanooga, Tenn., on his rav south. St. Albans ItrrcEn Market Dec. si. Owing to the intent cold, the market vsi not very ctic. M'e quote Common to Sur 15 to 90c.; medium to good, 20 to 25c choice. 35 to S9e.; selections, 30c. No cheese. Richhoxd Bctter Market. On Mon day batter mid at 90 to 25c. for fair, and 27 to 30c. for choice. Cheese, 8 to 10c. for late make ; 10 to I2c. for good. Potatoes, to 65c. for Early 1W. Work on the Montpelinr anil Wells Itirer railroad has stopped f..r the winter. ...

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. — 27 December 1872

THE BURLING-TON, VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 27. 18712. iariv rnenda. weather lat fall. Lave been kindly lur (Inscril-ltoMr.aad3Irs.UA.Blshop,Ynills..n,Vt. I nislied passage to Boston (by rail). The Good Templars of Albarh sold their furniture, divided the spoils and disorgan ized, last Saturday. Mrs. James Smith, Iking with her son' in-law, Silas Gould, at Ihdeville, died Tery suddenly, Wednesday, under suspicious cir cumstances, which led to the arrest of Gould on the charge of murder, several severe bruits were found on her head. She had had considerable trouble with Gould. The authorities hae not as yet been able to find any proof against Gould, though he is thought guilty by all. It is reported that Gould has been released, though the officers have their eyes on him. IVNBS.1T. W.TH.K1. W here are the fond, th. cherished friends I knew. Who rally trod with me youth flowery shore ! And will tie hale on days of life that flew Without! thu;rlitorcarereturnnomore? 1 q...

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. — 3 January 1873

Itrhlnd Time. BV JOSEPHISE roLuno. Hold on, Father Time, you are soinj too ft r Tray what is vour terrible strait ! You wu"t te afraid that your mlstref 8 cr mjld W.ll scold you fr bom; too late. 1I..U1 on, ou old spendthrltt ' and answer lac this : Itoes Mother Time loiter about To pick up your stitches, tbe lieetufjour r cW, As fait as Sou ravel them out 1 vv hj couldn't you stop for an boor or two, And give us a chance to take breath ' And not o at this plate, as If life were a rase And j ou must be in at the death. Those dear little minutes are tlnd I knew, So long and so steady the 've run ; And the seconds ttck, tick, goes their swift dcuMe quick Are w isuing the drill was mot t done. No matter how early or late 1 may toil. No matter bow high 1 may climb. The day will so on we my duties re done. Fur 1 can't siahead of M time ' Then I'll not waste the moment- bj comitins the boursf m But I'll work and I'll pla with will . For bow do I know but to chaos ye u re If old Fabler Tim...

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. — 3 January 1873

Sfltc Sm ims BUnUX(JTOX, HEIDAY, JAX. 3, 1S73 UKAIZIUCT. Editor. I'ltOSrKCTCX. TlicIZiiiIiiigtou Vtw Pies, srEeiit. marEMENrs to scbscbibers. To all who desire a Vtrmont Weekly, the BlR- LixflTON Free Tress commends itself ai cneof lie ddect and the largest of the Vermont WeeUien, aodasaflrft cliu family Journal, rani in; with thereof larger cities in the variety, amount and value of tti contents. It It a large cbeet of tkirtw-nx long columna, printed on new type, and attraetire In iu matter and "make-up.' Among iti retoiar features are Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions cf publte topic, political, facial, commercial, and educit tonal An editorial return of the news of the week from tJie wftrld at large. A weeU) summar of Vermont news, from all the Interesting original correspondence frum the great t i,e; the West aod Europe. An Agrieulturil department, filled with wluable taatter r.ir the farmer, stock grower, dairyman and s ardent r A ' v am n of fresh Religioui Int...

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. — 3 January 1873

LOOK TO VOUlt SCBSCTII. TIOS. Ill tluc:isf or :i lui'Kt- iiiiiulivr of fMiIisciilier lo tlie WEEKLY EIIEE 1'KESS, llicir .mid Sub scription expires 011 or about January 1st. All sucli slioulil renew luoiiiiilly, eitlierin person or by mail, if llicy wish the paper eouliiiiieil. All papers are STOPPED at the expiration of Hie time paid lor. The address label on each paper gives Hie dale up to which the paper is paid. lll'ltl.I.-VfiTO.'V AMI VICIMTV. ' School kept" in the Wind-or county court, ClirUtmas. Velvet hoof are now made to match the toilet, with heels also of velvet. An English newspaper to be published in Vienna daring the exposition. For interesting local news and other read ing matter see first and fourth page. Thaw nut your water with hot water and hot cloths. A railroad from' I'ort Ann to the iron works near that Tillage i among the possi bilities. The tbermoaeter at Woodstock, on Wednesday morning last, indicated 11 de grees below zero. Araoriot s 'A Scotch consumer it-...

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. — 3 January 1873

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3. 1873. Lines In aficctlomta memory of Mn C. W. Smith, of Col- Chester, Vt., who depart! this life IN'or. 15th, 1SC2. O, c&d It be thou art no more ! The ties that drew thee up to Heareo, Were stronger thaa the earthly bonds, So suiiJenly and sadly riren. The busy hanls that rested not. From kindly deeds, and words of loie, In calm repose are folded now, Jor prayers nor tears hath power to mw, Not wholly one, thy presence yet Lingers in each familiar room, Asa Taso of flowers, when remored. Litres with us still a sweet perfume, Around the fireside, once so bright. The husband sees a vacant chair, Or hfm the li-ht of home has fled, TIs darkness now, thou art not there. The children thro' the lonely house. Walk slowly, and with tearful ejes, They miss the dear and lerins tones That cheered them in the days cone by. 0. Death ' haw many broken hearts Tbou brinjwt in toy mournful train; Yet, blessed thought, there Is a land. 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. — 10 January 1873

Beantr- T TUGSIiS HOWARD. Not on the earth. Hath beaut l.loom, hath beaut r power Thi j alone its natal hour The chamber of its Urtli . . Here the serm dwell. And, prons to silence nd to-ni-ht It .nrn to lore and We and nljtt As daisies In our StlU, w lt . . But not cn earth Hath beanty crown beyond the fljwtr The life that, in a day or, hour. 4ioeg to another birth And all we fee or beauty is a slimmer bright U but tbe promise of a nlthu- The glory that1 to be. VTLen.ln thert.es. The tpirit doth unreld &nd find LUVi hopes gTown perfect to the mind. For beauty then it ntffh . And beauty there Umpires with beauty here llow. At morning's jrolden skies aslow With murkiest cloudi cvmpare. The forms e love And efcerfeh for each faultless line, liat i badowi a re of tho?e di rine That we f hall know above ; So let ns lire In lore of nature, not of art. That etch but then, with reverent heart FH homage hare to pre. December Galaxy. Oiamiier ccne. bi y. r. mixis. Sbe row from her untrou...

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. — 10 January 1873

THE BUELING-TON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10. 1 873 N atl Jrrc grcss BURLIXGTOX, FRIDAY, JAX. 10 1873 G. U. Rirvi:iICT, Kdltor. PBOSPECTrs. The UurUiigton Tree I'res, 1873. SPECIAL l!TCZ3IEyTS TO SUXSCRIZtBi. To all who deslro a Vermont Wooklr. tie Bra irjrarosj Fart Peess commends Itselfai one of tbe oldest and the lirjest of the Vennont WeeUIei, and as first diss iimllr Journal, ranllnl witi those of larjerc!tle In the variety, amount and nine of Its contents. It Is i lirre sheet of Utrlrtu io"Z columni, printed on new type, and attractive In its matter and "make-up." JVmonrlts reruiar jeatures are Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions of public topics, political, social, commercial, and educational. An editorial resuml of the news of the week from the world at larze. A weekly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Interesting original correspondence from the great cities, the West and Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with Taluahle ma...

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. — 10 January 1873

-.1" M -.(. mriu.irvuTox axo vicixitv. Wooi-toek h to have water works and a steam fire engine. The Xew Year's dance at Thompson's Hotel, Hinesburg, was a grand success 122 couples paid their bills. The first smelt of the season, caught through the ice of the bay, were offered on Wednesday last. State I!jard of Aoriccltcrs. A meet ing of the Board of Agriculture, Mining and Statistics, will be held at TVoocUtock, in connection with the annual meeting of the "Windsor County Agricultural Society, January lutliand 17th. The butter shipments from St. Albans during the year 1872, wercSO.Osl tubs. The total weight wn. 3,420,872 lbs., and the number of car loads 171. This was an ex cess of 15C.C80 lbs. over the shipmeut in 1371. St. Albavs UrTTCR Market. The mar ket Tuesday wa fairly active, and prices ruled about the same as last week. Com mon to fair, 10 to 20 cent-; medium to good, 20 to SJ cents ; choice lots, 23 to 30 cents. The State lioard of Agriculture will hold its meeting for Ij...

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. — 10 January 1873

THE BTTRXiTN" &T OTTC , "VT. . PEEE PBESB. PHIDAT MOHlSmsrG, .T AJTU .A-Jt T 10, 1S73 . Arter the -Accident. Moane'tlr Saal it zcrr CAETX Waitl waul ii my acinar, rt, 1.1 And tf T UU'rt & dan, SIT, Ycjn-li pn ma an unr "Where M ray Joe - I'ent kn,sir, Jofr tleriiuiiaBaaire. Six months Ego bmre we came here El i Aa. yen Aiiow Well. 1 121 quiet Anc KlOl. hal tcun .land here Plet.. m beKil ; lfyevni Just tat raowa T.l: tin newa telle " fcerl.rene,--Tnat waa ttie out Bctcaen Are ta.ua r. law ' Law nrosec; ancha. we 1 WU. tnen iwoat raise ml j won't aval . n. no.it. tm.y yon jaf'. Ice be four only :ur d.d hr sat Save. aJHt the slhei ones Ei. Wc dolae. eal. W.M aretaey a Loutatrao.: earaingtnis wa Wnat s t: . n. use .1 i uoraS Wlte. IV oreal .. Aj'.'ly' oot bjrjicc; i' ' Jaatnavec h. 1 fanv ton - wi' Boonat rrer eViII J I Uoc nto- i n -aer alair-.N . o "urn t 6pm " i i.- mjjt old I . 'I n Haiieacl: pa.pe m-emi-. . -i . eirne- i -.ir. . 1. -ae..-r Jacob Jlrera.n man about 40 years ...

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. — 17 January 1873

t'onrfltifr !. Br ANSA EOXD, iKmn among the meadow broolv. . here the pray path winds and crooV, tiirdlnz in the hunnieft nV, CsUy, rosily. Slw is wanderin:; there with him. With here3eg Mduky dim, I nderneatli her hat's wide brim, lleim'.n; laUtlly. Out fctaun; the lossy Mile, WUerts the twilight throws and thrill?. With toe eastr whip-poor-will, I'laintiTely, plalntlrelj . here the old sea elopes and swell, And the far-eff village bells, M ingle with the tnn;r shells, Tenderly, tenderly. When the autumn's tawny light, Tate the swallows all to flight. And the f uraaeh tftrch at night, Flareth fitfully. Where tbe timid pheasant feed. And the drift of iron weeds Hold aloft their saekn of seedi Warily, Warily. lie Is wandering there with her. With the jurple roift astfr, Tntfilns like a -owimer, DreamTly, dreamily. WasderioK with their idle chat, Talkittjr now of thii and that. While tbe feather in ber bat Dfoopeth lovingly. Heaven speed the Iov.ds pairs, Munmer fife it always theiri,...

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. — 17 January 1873

sp? Sm $ms r - BURLIXGTON. FRIDAY. JAN. 17.1873. G. ;. BENEDICT. Kdltor. PltOSI'ECTsTK. Tha Burltnrrion Trca Press, 1673. fcPErTiL ISDrChVL.fT TO S.CTI6C1UXS1L&. To ell who desire a Vimul Weeklr. the Br- UXQTbX Fane Pee. Odm-zienils Itself as one of the Most and the Invest I tL. Vermont Weeklies, and as a fir.l clans finally Journal, raakinr with thc-jof lar-or cities In the verletr. eta-ant and ralae of lu oontenta. It I. a larre sheet of rAf-lr-" sax eolamcf. tinted ua new trpe, and attractive In 1U matter aal '-make-Bp. Amour Its repuar imam are O-Jerul. frank and fearles"' editorial dlteuulou rpaulle topics, polltloal, soiial, comnerc'si and oda satioEal. An editor .al roum of the imw. of the week from Vee world at lar-re. A weeklr snzuxarj i Tcrmuit news, from all the (Jueatlet. Xiiteresl'ri; oririnal ourreSlKtalenca from the -Treat sst'es, the West ana Europe. As, Arricoltnral department, died with valuable aattrftirthsSsracr. stock jrower, dairyman and A i-ilnnm of fresh ...

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. — 17 January 1873

THE BimiiXNG-TON", VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORN IN Gr , JANUARY 17, 1870. "Old Probabilities" was correct seventy ix time oat of a hundred in 1ST2. ' The State Hoard of Agriculture will hold sessions at Bethel, Tue-day and Wednesday, Jan. 55-th anil 29th. A hill ha len introduced in the Xevr York Senate, by Hon. Isaac V. liakcr, Jr., fur the enlargement of the Champlain canal. Stirkshoro. At a recent donation given lor the benefit of the MetRodUt clergyman in StarMjoro, $293 were received. John A. Perkins has leen appointed postmaster at Kakcrsfield, Tiee Mrs. Emily Oakes, resigned. I-ate (ieorge was frozen over on Christ mas day the third time jn thirty years at ,o early a day. The present stock of un-old cheese in Vermont is roughly estimated at five thou sand boxes. Montpelier, at its recent town meeting, refused to dispose of its ,-tock in the Mont pelier and AMU River Railroad, by a very large majority. Hmvv Kailibe. The failure of Solomon V Wright, woolen manufacturer, of I'ow...

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. — 17 January 1873

A .ew Year Monody. How they sleam, the solden year. Od the ardent eye of Youth 1 Id hi rarUhtd rout he heart All the music of the rphcres, And to-morrow, then, ia truth, "These to-morrows all are mine '' Uhdhlne Yean or youth ! In his dream How they sleam How they flee, thejrushlnz vears, Tart the halting path of Ae Sound are In his etartled ear Ai of claMn (words and Fpears That a desperate combat vin Inafli-jhtmore desperate Hill. hm oh. win Nene 1k Fta ed V None' Ah, me How they flee 1 How they jo the vanished vearc, lown the ebhlnx tide of time ' Bearing freight of hopes and tear O'er a current ewoll'n bv tear Onward to the sea sublime To the ocean f the Taet, Where at lat Shall te rect Ay ! No How they jo Let then nam, and flee, and go, Kaeh with its appointed train, Mtlninz, Mmbre, swift and slow In your heart of hearts ye know All tho?e j ears of earth are rain bliadows of the life to be, Sorrow free. Uc them as God wills, and so. Let them go Appltfn't Journal. A;nicrx,TeitAT...

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. — 24 January 1873

r K The City uf Our .o.I. "WE SEE THE BCT SOT THE TiTtl," Beyond the limit? of car mortal riirn, Weak, tiumin plrrbt. Arie the rbaduw nf the land elysian, Kfimin; in liisht. It j ites at pearl are even now unftrid;-, ttliero aozcls etal Tli eve of falUi is diiileJ fn leto'ilin; Tbar blessed land. It- walls f Juper, and its treetiuf heftHnc bhids walen clear, Wlnle fonrs of praise Id juj nus cImc ftcaHn,; Entrance the ear. They have no need of un, or inotMbeaai ffcinin;;. So night is there; They who for heavenly Rale were mlnly jiibin?. Palm-branches bea r. From golden centers ineenwt sk cet, aicendf m;, Is borne on wlnja; While round about the throne, tlie rainbow bendms. New promise briny. But ere we reach the Uleed land immortal. Our feet mut rtrar, , IP?."' Through devlou path-, and death htrV rfcUfcnC A fearful wa . Ohr Uirl must tt npon the rain- MItew, The f torm-wlndi hijrb , Our Men must linger 'neath the "hadef willutri. Where treures lie. O'er mountain tops with faintlnf h...

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. — 24 January 1873

5to $M Jpress. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, JAN 21, 1S73. ;. ti. nCXEDlCT, Editor. MIOSI'KCTTS. ' The Burlington Free Pre, 1S7S. SPECIAL l.SDrcEUESTS TO SCaScaiBEBS. To all who desire a Vermont Weekly, tie Bra UXOTOX FaEE PaESS commends iUelfas one -f the oldest and the larrest of the Vermont WeeUIcs, and I 4rst class family journal, ranllnj with those of" larger cities In tho varletjr, amount and raluo of its contents. It li a larro sheet of H.rts-su- lone columns, printed on new type, and attractive in its milter and "make-up." Amonrltsrezular featurcsarei Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions of public topics, political, social, commercial, and educational. Xn editorial resuml of the news of the week from the world at large. A weekly summiry of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Interesting orlslnal correspondence from the great ltles, the West and Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with valuable matter for the farmer, stock grower, dairyman and gardener. A column of...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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