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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 January 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNINa, JANUARY 24., 1873 St Albans sent off about three and a half million pounds of butter last year. This is more than ener before. Fatal Accident. Mr. Lyman Partcli of Charlotte, brateman on a freight train on the Itutland Kailroad, was killed at l'roc-tur-Tille . n Thur-day, by a bridge. The following patents hare been issued to ermnnt inientors : Edward S. Allen, Fair haven, on refrigerator; Albert F. Davi-, Kutlantl. on machine for finihin; -tone. Siarksboro. A donation visit in Stark Wo for the benefit of the Ilapti-t Clergy man. Thursday evenin; Jan. 10th, realiicd $310. Ogdensburg's portion of the subscription necessary to pecure the organiiation-of the t. Lawrence Valley Railroad Company (the western division of the Portland and Ogdensliurg) lias been taken. The Vergennes Ytrmmttr lias enlarged itself -ome hat, so as to put another col umn on it page, and with some minor im provements is smartened up eonMerably which we are glad i ...

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. — 24 January 1873

Ve (.Tootle ntltru. Vbat does ho do when sidewalks Ure. A nd ererr brick. Mmf but a snare, tos the wal ker unaware ! He spread hit ashes. I't'n- may lie lire, the man ofsonl. be Ms bins with ml ash coal. AM Messlnffs fall upon his pull, t bo spreads his aohe. And when he lea res this world of slides. And with crim I teat), serenely glides. May this be beard, am! naught lief Met. Peace to hi afhe At IteM. When Greet, meet Greek vou Vdow," be sadly sad, " 'Then ooujck the tur of war. I deem him stoat. An J wn hi 32 wimj and jpwL Vet adrere fate J lath made u enemies. Ifl were dead. Aai burleddeep, with rare-mould on my bead, I f till l-eliere that, came be soon or late. Where I was ljin- In my It estate. My dust would qnlrer at Iris li-htest tread r The slow 3 can ased ; and one fare summer nisnt. When the lone fun was reddening all the west, 1 saw two era e-mounds, where the crass was bright, I.vln m nMr h .thf r 1 hat the crest Of the name ware touched each other .with amber Iffht. ...

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. — 31 January 1873

lioliifc Away. Tk not be aajry with mo For id idle word I say ; Vo not be ozry, fatlitr, Kecauv? 1 am wlniiway. Htw 'utirnce with me, toy mit!ir. Tliu;b I may hire ntn with vu Uut 1 li re 30a, 1 oveHi muhti VVhsterer 1 nay ot do. L hiW kindly ajwto oie,iter, Vua are lteaut:ftil and k) : Ytiur days will be louxaud haj.ii , But I am pinawav. lVith me, if -u ooaM'butrMd It, Clear written on cheek and hrtm. There is no past, no future, Only a brief, calm Now A little fpace to be jrlad in A lee ser pare to criet e ; And life's whole scene fades from ine. As the landwaje fades at ee. Kieept that eve I shall not we. My day in ended at noon ; And the saddet-t bit of the eton Is it does not end too Boon. I am so weary, weary 1 could tarn my face to the wall Like a sick child, lon. before bed time. Itrup aileep among j ou all So j-Ud that ltMons are over , Mill gladder that play 1? done And a danky caruln rtrttche Between me and the sun. (towl-by, m father and mother Two uf oaia4 but one of r...

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. — 31 January 1873

Ircss. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, JAX.31.1S73. ni-AIIIllCT. l.Jllor. I'ltOM'KCTCS The Burlington Fret! Press, 1SJ3. SPECIAL IVDCCEXOT? To SCBSCamrRS. To all itho i!re a Vermont Weeklr, tie Bm Uvcrox Fcce Tbess commends Itself as one of the Mat nj the larrt of the Vermont Weeklies, and as a flnt ckn family journal, rantinz with town of lsr-er cities In the varletr. amount and ralue of Its content. It In a larje iheet of ttirlr"' 1"'"" omnm. printed on new type, and attraetlre In Its matter and "male-up." Amoni its rejular features are . Careful, frank and fearle editorial discussions ofpuMle Upici, political, social, eommercial. and edueational. An editxrial resumi of the news of the week from tie werld at larje. A weekly ummiry of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Interesting original eorrei jiondence from the great cities, the West and Eurtpc. An Ajrleultural department, filled wlti valuable matter for the farmer, stock grower, dairyman and gardener. A column of freta TUlIgtous Intelli...

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. — 31 January 1873

' local W.atb.r Report. 'I able showiBg mean barometer and ther mometer as obsmed at tbe Weather Obsar- ation office in this city, for tho week ending Jan. 29th, 1ST3 ; mean barometer, 30.078 ; mean thermometer, 8.31 ; mean direction of wind, north ; total rainfall, .39 inches ; maximum temperature, 2 p. m., 2Sth,21 ; minimum temperature, 7 a. m., 29th, -14.5 (iro. II. Kllzkt, Observer. IUr. Mr. Atwill preached the funeral .-cr- mon of MUs Helen Underwood, Sunday af n.ion in St. Paul's church. sr Alui Hitter Mackst. Common to fjir,20 to 2jc. ; medium to good, 25 to UOi'. choice, 30 to 35e. Sales active. The ferry boat plying between Charlotte and Essex, Y. Y., nttemptol to mate a trip on Friday night last, and became frozen in off Split Hock I'.iint. Capt. . I. Hinckley is the commander I!i -iEi- Change. Our townsman Law ranee Karnes ha- recently sold out bis ex tensive interest in the lumber firm of Skil lings. Whittle ltrothets A. Ilarnes. .Mr. Harm's retains the valuable real est...

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. — 31 January 1873

s" : m-r-r t- tt t t t .t m -t t t m TTr)T?TP TD T? TCT' C? C TT X T "H A V KT 1 T TT T "NT T A TNJTT A T?,"Y 31. 1870 . . i i 1 I I nuhand," Wlw emmUcs when I ask for a cent. And always Inquire the way H la tptn ? JIy hu-Uand. wfaen 1 bn shilling pawn, 111 look upon ft with a frown ! My husband. Who Ends Ciult with the Mil of fare. And says a donkey and I would xaake a pair My husband, y Who, if T request to kindle a fire, w ill hold up hi hands in terrible ire My husband. Who smokes cigars from morn till nisbt. Then feels In the mood with me to fl-jlit My husband. Who lit with his feet above his head. And scolds me If a werd is said My husband. Who when at nl;ht will seek his rest. And 1 snoring fn ted when I'm half uodmt My husband. Who miVcs me be an unhappy wife. And U the petter of my life! My husband. Who s'Ui down to a cup of stronj tea. And drinks to the health of Horace G. 31 v husband. .MU Title Traveller. ( Unlicensed by the Laureate.) Late, late, past ten, eo dark the n...

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. — 7 February 1873

For the Free Tress anl Times. At IKrtC. CV 11 El. OLIVES. THOMAS. o.nt: Willi tla wealth f lier Talth, alone. Into tlu .'M "ifthe Greit WItlta Throne lidin; away whrn the sunbeam- -wtfU, Oul.iened path for h?r waxen ft?. KftI) i-he Let!, where m-wn ami Har IIaK- her o.tuek with tlielr smle afar, R.'-m that pillow.! our tlarlln; heii, KurdenM with srief for the early dead ' 1'oarly lunJs claspln; the U-ad of reat Cut, the racetfthe pul.-eleu br0ft. White .Mi fchuttin; the blue eyes within, bnow on the cheek where tho rose hath Wn. Ant'l of Death ' hath thy hand k colJ, Purer lamb beckoned from earth ehadon ed fu.i ' Stilled rarer music than joy'i rlpplins tm On the glad lip of cur love, our own I bweetly the fleep?, and a tender snnl Hallows the face we hare ItiMeJ, tli while. Eirth mourned her jwnj; lush heart rewhm 'Neath the far sound oT the welcomms byioa. But the light touch of her jentle hand Harmony stira m the unlnonn land. Wreath? on her bead with its curls of sold, Haher En...

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. — 7 February 1873

'ai.hr Jjrct jpress BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. FEB? 7, 1873. CE.VEDICT. J'.dilor. vnosrKCTCs. The Burlington Tree Press, SPECIAL ISDrCEHETTS TO 9CSCKlBeRS. To all who desire a Vermont Weekly, the Bca- LUCTOV Fail PKISJOommodlIUlfMWlof"" eldest and the largest cf the Vermont WeeUies, and uilnl class family Journal, ranlinj with Xhuseof larscr cities in the variety, amount and value of its contentj. It la a lrj sheet of lkinriU 1Z columns, printed on ne type, and attractive In iu matter and "make-up." Anions its refular features are i Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions of publlo toplos, political. !'. commercial, and educational. An editorial resumi of the new of the week from tLa world at larre. A weekly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Interesting original correlpondence from the jreat cities, the Weet and Europe. An Ajrlcultural department, filled with valuable matter fr the farmer, stock jrower, dairyman and gardener. A column of fresh Religious Intellisence...

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. — 7 February 1873

THE BTJELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY jJIOENING, FEBRUARY 7. 1873. Local Wratbrr r.rpert. table showing mean barometer an J ther mometer as observed at the Weather Obser vation office in thU city, for theweek ending Feb. Oth, 1S73 ; mean barometer, 29.953 ; mean thermometer, 10.32 ; mean direction of wind, touth ; total rainfall, .83 inches , maximum temperature, 2 i. m., 4tb, -!3 ; minimum temperature. 7 a. m., 30th, -11 5 (eo. II. I.ller v, OWrv rr Milton. Mrs. iaughop entertained an audience of about fifty persons in village hall Friday evening, with her selection. FiRitiwROH. It is estimated that there are two hundred and fifty prc-nt members, of the I. 0. 0. G. in town. Vr.ROKNKS Market. On Saturday last butter ruled at 30 to 33c according to quality. Eggs 30c per doien Stati Temperance Acent. Rev. 1'. X. Granger, of I'eacham, has been appointed agent for the State Temperance Society for thejearensuin;. He is an earnest worker in the temperance cause, and we doubt not, will ...

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. — 7 February 1873

Sub llofc. BT rosf. TERltT. Who knows the tecrttof the rose T leep In her silent Heart It glows ; Th sun alone, from upper air, Diwernsthe hearenly mystery there. I there one human soul that knows The sacred secret of the rose ! Not he who us J and daunted stand. Afraid to reach hit trembling hands, Afraid to grasp the bll that Ues Deep In these golden mysteries. Lest men or anrels hout in scorn The legend of the rose's thorn. Not he who waste his listless hours, Like Idle moths, on any flowers High on the rose's front serene Blares the cron that marks the queen No soul that dares that siffn deny bhsll In her frajrant hosoin He. Nut he who knows no more delists. Than dwells within his fickle sts&t , For blosu and hloom may passaway InrompaMofaSummer'fday. But still the rose's heart la 'e" Thuush all Its outward slow he fleet. But he who meets it keenest thorn With gracious strength and tender acorn ; Woo knows the royal heart that stands Waitlo" the touch or royal hands , Who tr...

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. — 14 February 1873

A -inli bird, a garden without flow ers , A nter-ld dried up in thlretr hoart, A cwrile Geld untawrei by t&e plow. A withered Mor-som on a w.ttienn bouzh, A flickennz l-sht that tail wheu needed mwt T warn the sailor fr.n a treacherous coast, A thought that die ere yet 'tis fully Wrn. hope that 'learns like jw;iplc 'uiidtt tha corn Fair idle weed- that fljuntcr In th run, Ka r mornios h"P that fail ere day Im daae, Ka r Life, Si feeinin Jair, f coldly bright Fair Ii fe, beloved I I e, and youths' delight At earlv dawn, how fresh thy faco appears! Tue tw liht se- it furrowed o'er with tsars. Sunn floweri are sweet, but Antaiun'i woods are dry. Spring birds aro silent 'neath a wintry sky ; hurmr thoughts tht wake to deeds lnspir no moie, When the dull daylight fades alon; the shore ; The ice-blocked stream -an bear no precious freight The nripped and sapless oak stand desolate, And the hill fortress that defied the fe la crumbling fragments fills the rale below. Vet is there golde...

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. — 14 February 1873

fa cjfra press. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, FEB. 14, 1S73. G. ;. BENEDICT, Editor. ntOSPKCTCS. The Burlington Free Press, 1873. SrECIAL IXnrCVaEXTS TO StBSCttlBIRS. To all irho desire a Vermont KUy, the Bca llyctox Fek Priss commends itself ai one of tie oldest and Die largest of the Vermont WetM--, and ai a first class family Journal, ranllns with those of larrer cities In the varictr, amount and ralne of Its contents. It Is alarze sheet of tkulfnt Ions columns, printed on new typo.""1 attractive In its matter and "make-up." Amonj Its rejular featuresare, Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions of public topics, pollt'-cal. social, commercial, and educational. An editorial return of the nes of the week from the world at large. A weekly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counts es. Interesting orlsinal correspondence from the jrreat rltles, the West and Europe. An Asrlcultural department, filled with valuable matter for the former, stock jrower, dairyman and gardener. A column ...

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. — 14 February 1873

Sr Albaxs Bctier Maeket. Xobuttrr was brought to market, Tuesday, lienre no q uotations A National Itank is soon to go into operation at Itarrc, with a capital of $100, 000. The Orange County National l!ank at (.'hel-ra is to be clo-eil up. We iearn that Mr. Shaw of Montreal, will in a few days offer our citizens at auction, a large collection of fine Kngli-li Irtot". Due uutii'c will I- given of time and place of vile Tli. ncit meeting of the l!uard of Alder men, will be held ou Monday evening, teliruary 20th, at which time the voting ii-t for the charter election, will be corrected Voters should see at once that their nanus are on the lists. Heal K- ate. Capt. Alex. Ii. Watson has -old to Hiram 1'help-. Ksri.of Willi-ton, for $1,200. u lot 1(H) hj 130 feet, on Bank street, next the Church street corner. We under-tand .Mr. l'help- propo-es to trrvt i lu-me block there the ismiiug season. The Orange Count Kagli -ajs '"The tmu -v-teui of school i- working finely in I orintli It help-...

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. — 14 February 1873

Good Cheer The robin fill! the summer day With ud; and sweetness, on his part ; Jve'er knowing tint his tender ley Can comfort many m sorrowing heart. Dear God, who Eirett each a place Within Thy plan, oh, gire me, too, Within my little round, the grace My dally work with cheer to do. Still lorin; all thon lendest me. Who knoweit that I am hot daft. Oh, make my life that tend, to Thee, A happy sonr of hope and trust. The Journey of Ufe. bt wiixnx cru.ii BiraxT. Beneath the waning moon I walked at nlchl. And dsh on human lift, for all around Are dim uncertain ihipel that cheat the n.rjt. And plttalle lurk in shade aljns the ground. And broken gleams of brightness here and there, Ulanee through, and lea re unwarned the death like air. Tit trampled earth return! a sound offear, A hollow aound. al If I walked on tombl; And lights, that tell ol cheerful homes, appear Far off, and die like hoi amid the glooms. A mournful wind across the landscape ales, And the wide atmosphere is full of a...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 February 1873

....-ig Where Ralty'tf lHmple lc. Orer the cradle Ui mother boa. Softly crooning m slumber onz And these were th pimple word nhe "un; AH the etcntDlanK 'Cheek or chin, or knuclle r Inee, here shall the baby ' dim:; tie Where (-hill the npli finder rrt When he ooines do t the Uat-y uet Where shall the injet's touch rerano When ha wkenj my bi'ij a jam 1 Still as f he tent and san w low. A murmur loto her music bnAe ; And she mused to hear, fur she could not I now The taVy'a anjel spoke. j "Cheek or chin, VnucUe or knee, W here shall the baby'i dimple 1-e! Where shall my finjer fall and rest When I come down to the baby nest Where shall my finder's touch remain When I ake our babo a gain ' Silent the mother sat, and dwelt Lon in the sweet delay of choice . And then Ly her bM i side she knelt, And sails with pleasant voice . " Not on the limb, 0 an;el dear ' For the charm with Its y outh will disappear , Not m the cheek shaU the dimple be. For the harboring smile will Tade and flee . Bu...

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. — 21 February 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT.'. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 31. 1873. BURLINGTON", FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1S73 iii:.m:iict. i:iiior. FltOSPECTCS. The Uurliiicton Tree Press, 1873. krEClAL ItDBCEMEXT TO fcCeSCRIBERS. To all who desire m Vermont WeeVly, tie Bca. usoto Tmc rJtEsscommendsItselfasoneoftlie oldest and tie lamst of the Vermont Weeklies, and as a Erst class family journal, rsnliaj with thoeof lir-er cities In tbo variety, amount and ralue of lta contents. It Is a larre sheet of tkirtrnr lonE columns, printed on new type, and attractlre in IU matter and "make-up." Amon its rejuiar leaiurei are Careful, frank and fearlcM editorial discussions of public topics, polltlKf!. social, commercial, and educational. An editorial resume1 of the news of the week from the world at larx. A weekly luminary of Vermont news, from all tLi Counties. Interesting original correspondence from the STeat cities, tho West and Europe. An Agricultural department, Clled with valuable nutter fur the farmer, 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. — 21 February 1873

THE BUKLING-TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 121, 1873. Local Wrathtr r.rporl. falilc showing mean barometer and ther mometer as oWncJ at the Weather OWr ation office in ihi city, for the week enJing Feb. lutli, 1PT3 : mean barometer, 30.189 ; mean thermometer, 20.37 ; mean direction .if wind, vnth ; total rainfall, .07 inches , maximum temperature, 2 p. in. ,19th, 40 3 ; minimum temperature. 7 a. m.. 13th, lia II. Eixcsr, Obmar. The mot fashionable " ladies are again wearing hrt walking dresses. lio-ton man was heard lamenting be- .-au-e hNhurs-F had the "Spiral Magnnnax. Attention is called to the advertisement f the new Vermont tory. entitled " The Norwich (adets," found in another lumn. Kutland railroad -rip fold in Ilo4on, l'ut-Ja"., at b?4 os-nts Vermont Central hr-t mortgage -eea- ohl Monday, for forty and a half cent. Kiciimi'Mj The butter market on Mon Jjj, wasar:ie, with price ranging from .'3 to 31 cents per pound. Xo 1 rheeeold At I r eent; per jMiiind ,i'-...

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. — 21 February 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FItEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 31. 187: The stubborn n..ot. V.P"."1""" 111 Jolm Clatterby said. I III breath came quick and h.i cheek ns red: lie nourished hit elbows and looked alirurd. While, orer and over, his "B. ther 1 beard. Harder and harder the Mlow worked, alnly and savagely Mill he Jerked i The boot, half on, would danjrle and flap lather:" and then he hardsd the strap. Redder than erer hi hut check flamed. Harder than ever he fumed and blamed ; He wri-led h'.s heel and tuned at the leather Till knees and chin came bamn-together. " My boy." said I, in a voice like a flute, " Way not ahem ! try the mate of that bout . Or the other foot T" "I'm a -ose,w lsu;hed John, As lie stood. In a flash, with his two boots on. In half the affairs Orthia busy life As that same day 1 said to my wife) Our troubles come From trying to put The left hsnd shoe On the ri'ht hand lt. Or vice verea Meaning, reverse, sir). To try to force, As quite of course. Any wrong ...

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. — 28 February 1873

A clien-liM Imnch of tided flowrrs, A Un?lel of Minny liur, Mmin thai bare -.nM th ...fUst oioe that lu; Iran ceawd to Ij-e . l-jr -riie w.aM'H cunnm; for. In ,iU ...-. lalbrT lilQonc in ' v..n. rf!n th deepwt jts, illn.1- :rtD thai ptciin never r.t ' s..u.f!. k --r. tern-. Hrt word ooce (".!, On Tie n morr their rntxrtnoc &hI , Nuvelio flwatit Imin that fr Ixiurue tt here 'le-i at peace laauN lot e, roau'v ws.rn. Vet MmctimM Fancy weatM lierciU, irc&raa ptMentlaja briny t-aek too well , Kind Memory vTL restores the face, Thit leil n riral In lt pl. Anil dulln tbe accents An?erttioV, At whii-b a heart too faithful bntVc. Itrlilml Time UcM mi. rather Time, you are ;oIn t. fat' Pray, what le yoor terrible strait VHi mn-tbe afraid tbat your raUtress orinaU ul "culd yuu for beins too late lluldon, ouoldrpeadthr!ft! ar! answer nw tbi Itoes 31 other Time loiter about To pirk up your it itches, the ?t uf J our rtche. As fast ka ou ravel them out Why couldn't yw stop for an hour or ...

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. — 28 February 1873

. "T1 . . , - I ,-, --- - . .... , . , -TT d C XT' W I I I A V W I J K. I VJ . J- ' - . he jrec press. BURLINGTON'. FRIDAY, FEB. 26, 1373. '. u. niri:iic-r, ruiiior. HHOS.r'fcCTL'. The Burlington Tree Frcss, 1873. trECUL VtDVCtMTm TO srXSCaiBEUS. To all who desire Vermont Weekly, the Br LrsCTOX Fnzx rats eomlnends Itself as one of the oldest and the lar-ert of the Vermont Weealies, and as a am din tamlly Journal, rankinx with thowiof Hirer cities in the varietr. amount and value of Its contents. It is larre sheet of tkirtf-m lnr columns, printed on new tvpo, and attractive in its matter md "maie-up." Amon; iu rezular features are i Careful, frank ani tearless editorial discussions of public topics, politics! socisl, commercial, mad educational. An editorial resurn of the news of the week from the world at lrre- 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 wi...

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