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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 February 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28. 1873. Local Weill tr Export. 'fable showing mean barometer and ther mometer as observed at the Weather Obser vation office in this city, for the week ending Feb. SCth, 1873 ; mean barometer, 29.715 ; mean thermometer, lli.57 ; mean direction of vrind, south ; total rainfall, .21 inches ; maximum temperature, 2p.m., 25th, 30; minimum temperature, 7 a. m., 24th, 1 lira. II. Ellekt, Observer. CiTr Election'. If the friends of the regular Republican candidates fjr city officers, think they have 'an easy work before them, in the coming chsrterelection, we can assure them that they are mistaken. If the Republicans of this city desire the continuance of their party in power, they had better be " up and doing." Cabals and combinations are at work, the makeup of which we need not specify. Let them be rebuked at the polls. Among the items in the Riverand Harbor bill, which is before the House, is $15,000 for continuing the governme...

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. — 28 February 1873

"The Heathen rassec." an. met HASTE AT At evglish ctvrr.snr. The London Smrfetor, In a review or "Tha Light Green." a new hook oT parodies last published In England, siyi tkst the gem el the whole Is "The Heathen raas-ee," a " Paw-ee." it 1 explllned, be ing a term applied Tu one whose vccation U passing The ordinary II. A. degree." The - heathen " In (juett'on, Tom Crih by name, hu- plots Uiat are dark and not always In vain. One of these Plots succeeds he passes an exceiieu. examination In Euclid, "the subject he feared, but He'd placed up his tlecre Mr. Todhnnter'a excellent Enclid. The fame with Intent to deceive." In a second attempt his fate overtook him. Mr. " Bred Hard" shall tell ni how . " But I shall not forget. How the next day at two A stiff paper was set Br examiner C . , , On tiuripldes' tragedy, -Bacchic, A subject Tom partially tM- "Bnt the knowledge displayed By that heathen Pass-ee, And the answers he made Yi ere quite frightful to see. For he rapidly floored the ...

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 March 1873

The I-enentl or Delhi. The Great Srojral, callea Bator, la solemn court, sat lie, beneath the elate umbrelK, OIee m msK-tv OtloUlAD Ut I K.i hesit. With eyurtiers srogn.i I mi On daff and mat. T . ! iiitnsrrli dttfpot e InvoUeJ the tlMy pal V, uufliD fame narcotic Till atlben to nut. Opium full, lUf-d reaming daU. The all eat a-nedding Around the Mogul. It chanced while they vera bask at:; In this sublime renoae. A Hindoo fly eame bailing About the royal nose. " Would oa not die 1 Catch me the fly!" Remarked the Mognl t II is Vitier nigh. J ut then, port dumber coming, J1U highness emsed to apeak . Again the fly came hanminc And txf teoed on hit one. Never wit seen baucier m en Shown by an -osoct mi Features serene. L it r.. the Vwer, jawnio.;. And dabbed aloft hie fit s Ni'W, by the lYophet's camel 1 M loval aim Tve missed ' 0u, what a mult Hoe on my skull : I'te missed the blue-buttle And b.t the Mogul " The great M,tiI wentkeebug Aliniwt upon tr aside, nd colored op with feeling....

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 March 1873

THE BTJBLTN&TON, VT-, IEEE PEESS, FRIDAY MOENIN&, MABCH 1S73. She vgrce BDSLIXGTON.FEIDAT.MAECHT. 1S72 C. G. nirVIIUICT. Editor. rnosPEcrcs. The Darlington Free Press, 1873. SrtdAI. X3nCCXXZ5Tf TO SruCKTeKBS. Tw a21 who desire & "Vermont TToeaJr, the Ers zikctcx Pari Psx&s cantmenis Itself as on of the eldest and the larrost a." tie Vermont Weeklies, and as L trst clesa funny Jonmal, .raniiar Kith those of Urrer cities in tie variety, amount and T&lae of lti eontents. It is a larre eheet .f :iirj-" T eolmane, printed on new type. nd attractive la lu matter and "Ease-Bp." j; tti rejulxr features are : Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussionl of public tepjes, poutioel, socaI, eoramerelal. and e-lacaiional. An editorial reiun ef the nen ef the week from the world at large. A weekly sunnnary of Vermont news, from all tie Counties. Interoatiar original oirrespondeaee from tbs great etliea, the Weet and Europe. An Arricnllcral department, died with ralaable m...

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 March 1873

Local Utiltcr Etport. laUo showing mean barometcrnd ther mometer aa obscrred at the Weather Obser tstion office in this city, fur the week ending March 5th, 1973 ; mean barometer, 20.053 ; mean thennoraeter,,23.1 ; mean direction of wind, north ; total rainfall, .00 inches ; maximum temperature, 2 p.m., 1st, 42 ; minimum temperature, 7 a. m., 5th, 2 . Gio. H. Elltxt, Observer. City Election. Tho election passed off with tho utmost quiet and good order. There was of course a strong interest felt in tho election, but lit tle or no excitement, and no rowdyism or disorder. Tho day was fine, though Cold, "nothing lilo as severe as election day a year ago, which was one of tho most inclement days of that winter. Our returns leave us little cpaeo for com ments on the re.ult. The vote thrown was tho largest ever cast at a city election in Burlington. For .Mayor, 1.212 votes were cast, and for Judge, 1,351. In 1371, 1,032 vote, were cat for Mayor, and last year, 863. Mayor Dodge's majority w...

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 March 1873

" " '. en tit -r.- T3TT-pT.TTvrr.Tnw VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1873. ti i i i JL t J " ' ' i - . , - f VtccinUon. Whit x vUeal.omlMt kn la this awful Taeelnatlon ! Half the armt f half creation Most be scarified and sore. Mine ii itchins, sweffin;-. achln;:. Tortures new forever matin?. Andl wonder, "Is tt latins!1 And I murmur, What a tore." Not a word or sirn of pity Can I find In all tbe city. Every fowl who would be witty Mates remark about my arm. Some with hearts than lechery colder. In their malice srowfn bolder, belie me rourbly by the shoulder. J art to Uuh at my alarm. Every mortal is my foeman ; Sympathy 1 win from no man, Bat with courage truly Roman Ikrar my ml ery alone. Every one who oomeih nirb Finds tome way to tease and try me ; Tcklnr. nibMn-. fertlins by me, WonderlnsW cross I've grown. ShadeoTJenner. lens departed, , Had your arm so ached and rmaxted, Lese severe and softer treated You'd hare been In life below. Had yon known this pain distressin...

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 March 1873

Tea nnrt Ton(. jit nath. rniLDS. Tli ltw fnu the s to i ciicerlne. brtctit j My hlij;r- irr uny, my dttttn-xw. warm ; Tlteeri'iiin i-aiter is nir ind llglit. With not a wnmiun rvjKin in inni ; Tli'1 uMi-1- prcaJ all ft-wli and Mat. Ami -ur' 1 fliouW quite cuatentett , !-.- Jtt - attention my withes mvtt, A -tit- Iuj i- uie tu tarn uij taut wi tM. ye- fuf I htiult quite contested W, F.r frrij lutr and comfort fit well tut-tbr. Tea. tunst and warmth with wrinkle arn ; And a pleasant room forgets eld weather. But cat-purrs are sleepy talk, 3i know ; W I must God in my sell both the uest atl hoet ; s-iiic I'm al.-ne, or at least nearly m ; And Hetty hut ha!xln me my tea and my toart. Ye. Sure I'm alone or nearly bo ; For thi Hetty Ie oW and she wye not much. She' the het of old rrfn;.maiu, althoati. One expecta the leaet from ccmpan!mhtp aucb. In fcliool-doi a 1 pictured Jut thU scene , And juf t this ruom when I cbould te s.a.,-iitrjars; hut iny fancy.keen lid not mike Betty band teand...

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 March 1873

THE BUELINGTON, VT.. FBEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 14, 1873.. BURLINGTON.FRIDAY.MARCU 14,1873. ii. U. BENEDICT, Kdllor. PKOSFECTCS. Tbc Burlington Free Press, 1S73. srrciii. xvsrcxifcm to srisauii&i. To all who desire a Vermont TCeetlr. the Bra- Llscroi FXI Paus or-men-a itself as one oTtoe oldest and the largest of tie Vermont Weeklies, endasa-rst class famllr leonial. raniUS wlla . tiwetf larrer cities In the variety, aaion.t and ralue of IU contents. It ll a larze sbeet of IlitIr- lonl eolatnnj, printed on newtrpe.sad attrettlve In IU nutter uid "male-SB ." Amour IU rerular learares ire i Ce.nAil.tnnk end fearless editorial discussions efpnbllc topics, political. eocUl, commerc'-il. and educational. An editorial resume of tie news of the week from the world at larre. A weekly sum-oar of Vermont news, from all the Ccu-tlea. Interest's r. original correspondence from the rxeat o'tles, the Wei', and Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with valuable matter for the farm...

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 March 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PEESS, FRIDAY jMORISTING-, MARCH 14.-, 1873. loral wraihcr r.rport. able (-howing mean barometer and ther mometer as ol-crvcJ at the Weather Ober i ati.m office in thN city, for the week ending March ICth. 1S73 ; mean barometer, 29.903 ; mean thermometer, 23.8 ; mean direction ..I wind, outh ; total rainfall, .17 iuche1, ; maximum temperature, 2 p.m., 6th, 41 ; minimum temperature. 7 a. m., 0tht - - (jEO. II. Elleet, Observer. lhe mean temperature of February, by the Sicnal Station tables, wa 13.9: the mean of the barometer 29.09, and the rain tall 30 hundredth" of an- inch. The pre tailirig wind was couth, as usual. The cor responding figures for February were: thermometer 17.7; barometer 29.M, and rain fall .13. L'harles K. Miner lias purchased Charles F. Ward's houv, on Cherry street, for $0,500. Mr. Wan! will remoro hi- rr-i-dence toltank lllock, i?t. Taol street. North Fekeisbtrch. Avocaland instru mental concert N announced by Trof, Thomas forneit Tue...

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 March 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT-, FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 14., 1873. FcradTcnture. BT JTL1A C B. DOER. I am thinkm; to-n!fct of the little elilld. l"im lay on ray t-rea-t three rummer days. Then swiftly, silently, dropped from sight While my soul cnea ont in sore amaze. It I. fifteen years a-o. to-ni-ht ; SomewliVre, 1 kbow be tiu lived them tareu-b, Ferns ps. with never a thought cr dream Ol the mother heart he never knew ! Is he yet but a babe? Or has he crown To be like his brother, fair and tall. With a elear brl jht eye, and sprineinr step. And a voice, that rings like a butecsll: 1 loved him. The rose In bis waxen hand Was wet with the dew of my fallllnj tears ; I hare kept the tbonzhtomy baby's grave TUronih all the length of these changeful rears. Vet the lore I gave him was not like that 1 give to-day to the other boys. Who have grown beside me, and turned to me In all their griefs and in all their Joys. Do yon think he knows it I I wonder much If the dead are passionless, cow...

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 March 1873

.s.nrUy rVlnrht. ru. .111 the little liiti U In a nw, Ready Tor church on the morrow, yo n inow . Warflns w i-.ee and little lack fist. Pott ns them ai tin" CTrracnts awl mi i . t wlat mothers ar Uoiug to-alnt. Sn. n out hole -n the Iittl-w.n lime, i-V a bj thw - ihit are wuro tbr.ih the t-j. L t in '-rrnnt'nU bo faded anJ thin- tth.. Imt m.niicr knows where to testa ( inn ' n- a butUm t. nuVo it loot rlzlit That f wljit mothers are doln to-night. Cullm- the little ono all around her chair, IIcrliTj them htp forth their soft erenins jra er, Tellms them etoriesof Jesui of old, bo lured to father the Uinta to hit fold ; Watch In J, they ll.tn with dreamy dellsht That .9 what aothere are doing to-night. Cm-pin- so roOly to take a last peep, After the little ones are all asleep ; Anxious to know If the children are warm, Tuckinr. the blanket around each little frm . K lEsing each l.ttle face, rfy and bright That is what mothers are doing to-niht. Kneel.njdown gently beside the white bed...

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 March 1873

BURLINGT0N.FRIDAY,MARCU21,1873. C . niTVEDICT, auditor. I'llOSPECTBS. The Burlington Free Press, 1?3. SPECIAL IXDUCEMESTS TO SCSSCRTSEE5. To all who desire Vermont Weealy, the Bra uaoTos Fkie Press commends itself as one of lis oldest and the largest b! the Vermont TCeealles, andasasrst clssi Iimlly Journal, ranalni with those of larjer cities in the variety, amount and value of !U contents. It It a lane sheet of irr" 1 columnt, printed on new type, and attractive In 1U matter and "make-op." Among !U rejular features are i Careful, frank and fearless editorial discussions ofpuUIc topics, political. lal, commercial, and educational. An editorial resum of the news of the week from the world at larze. A weekly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Interesting orislnal correspondence from the sreat cities, the West and Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with Taluable matter for the farmer, stock grower, dairyman and gardener. Aeolumn of fresh Religious IntcUIzence. Ori...

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 March 1873

rrx Maple sugar in nnuaal quantities is pre dicted this season. iVilustox. Jairus I). 1-Aam Las rented the farm lately occapiedbj him in tho south east part of the town to Lewis Gordon. The measles are prevailing in town. Twenty-three children are rick with the dieae at the "Home," bat all are doing well. tactory 1 oini L,ougc, i. u. ol u. 1 , was iatitatcd on Tuesday evening of last week !y Deputy Grand Master Dyer of Kntland, ami the oEcers installed. St. Albans Bcttee MiBtn Tctsnir, March 13. A fair market. We quote: Common to fair 10 to 00c ; medium to good 33 to 30c ; choice, 33 to 37c; selections 33c. A young lady left Vergennes, for parts unknown, last week, leaving unpaid hills at several of the stores, and her own grand mother mourner to the tunc of $50 or snch a matter. Kirk in Est Dokset. About ten o'clock Monday night the building occupied by Joseph Keams as a grocery store and by Cha. CassevJnt as a boot and .-hoe-shop, took fire, and together with Kearn's resi dence ad...

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 March 1873

Three. I. There dwelt In one wide city people three t A nun whose lands, an emerald cea, Itan east and west. ho, clothed in purple Cn From jeweled j-oMets drrnk his amber wine. II. A woman like the morning, wondrous fair. With rays of 'prisoned sunshine In her hair ; Whose life ran I'i rirr Ktmnr and Hrwt. While hearts, like autumn leares, dropped at her teci. in. A drunkard with llesr eyes and bloated face. Who on God 'a earth bad no sweet resting-place . Who ate with iwiae, In filthy gutters slept. Forgot his own, and neither nailed nor wept IV. When, orer the wide city ran a breath or felt disease, and those three slept in death. Fear-stricken, awed, the world Turret it pr:de, Wealth, beauty, bessary, lay side by side, v. And Mother Nature took them to her breast, Wrapped her stron? arms about tbem in their rest Her children all ! Then o'er each lowly bed Her corerlct or jrrass and daisies spread. -Kaa Magazine for March. Tlie Itecelpted mil. O flln- not this receipt a war. Given...

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 March 1873

"''Ml! A It by IiitfnlfWfil. To A UTILE O-E JCST A WEEK OLP. OnlvnTaM.'llioutanyUlr, -Opt jnt a fu' here an! there. oi.U toM.natne jon liaTeiwno. J.ircf" ted and dimi-Ied. pcet little on. ,iiH t la'v, t'cth none at all ; wii t .m "O ywi fur un,y t0 squall ? thily a 'uln , juata Meet old ; V imi r T' lr- fur J ou little scold BABT HErLT. OoH a lhy' what cbould 1 le ? Lota 'u in; folia Itai been little Hie me. 'Aintdot any bair 'e I hate, too ; pe'n 1 ba 'est. Ie8 it tood jrow, No any teeth wouldn't have one ; In't dt iny dinner by gnawing a bone. U hat am I hero for t 'at pretty inan ; tt. hu'a dot a better risht, ever j on urcn What am I doot fort did j ou aty ; KtN.rsomaD3 good thing, every day. Tourae I pquiU Muet'mes (netiin I bawl. 2y dafsont epant mc. ru l' " Onlv a Itahv, Vf fir. 'f - . 'N iTjmu onl could. "U'd le one Io. Af all I hare U ten're 'moat too oU, lVra 1 det into lied, n detUn cold. Cuiue Merp, Meep. nr m pBiur svniEr. i ..tut elcep, O ilfivp ' the certain knot or p...

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 March 1873

TELE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MA.ROH 28, 1873. BURLIXGTOX,n:iDAY,MAIICII28,16T3" BKXLIDICT. IMIIor. l'HOM'tCTlH. The Burlington Free Press, 183. SPECIAL 1SDUCK1IEXTS TO SUBSCRIBERS. To all who desire Vermont Weeily, tie Bra- uxcrosr Fees Press rommenilsltselfas one of tlie eldest tact the lirjtn of the Vermont Wreklies, and as a first tlxss family Jogrul, rsnkiDS with those of larger cities in the variety, amount and Talne of its contents. It Is a large sheet of tklrtr Ion; columns, printed on new type, and attractive In Its matter and mike-np." Amon Its regular leatarcs are t Careful, franlc and fearless editorial discussions ofpnUIc topics, political, social, commercial, and educational. An editorial resume of the news of the week from the world at large. A weefcly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Interesting original correspondence from the great cities, the West and Europe. An Agricultural department, filled with valuable matter for the fanner,...

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. — 28 March 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 28. 1873. Lol umber Report. XaWc showing mean barometer and ther mometer as observed at the 'Weather Obser vation office in this city, for the week ending March 20th, 1573 ; mean barometer, 29.70 ; mean thermometer, 21.5 ; mean direction of wind, north; total rainfallv .37 in., maximum temperature, 2 p. m., 20th, -10 3 ; minimnm temperature, 7 a. m., 21th, 5 3 . Geo. H. Elleet, Oliserver. The house of John Sykes, in Wet Wind er, was entirely destroyed by tiro, the uttier night ; insured for $0,000. " lJaLuv SriiiNC." Tho thermometer swung back to zero Monday a. m. Thi is " ethereal iuildne-s" with a vengeance. The annual fair of the Vermont State Agricultural Society, is definitely located at Rutland, for the nest three years. St. Albans Hitter Mjbket. There were a few sales Tuesday at 30 to M for medium to good, and 4(V. for clwicc. The National l!.ink of I'oultney, is a creditor of the x-oundrel Cre to theamount of SJfi.OiH 79...

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. — 28 March 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FEEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1873. Misunderstood. Lme uy 10 curtain "Idinr other hearts from rlew ; x on complain, but are you cerUln That tbe Iknlt ii set with you T . In tbe summer 'ssunny bourt, bitting in your quiet room. Can you wonder If the flowera Breath for y on no tweet perfume! Yon must go to them, and stooplnjc, Cull the oloasoms where they lire , On your bosom pently droopinj. All their treasure they will sire. Fairly sought some point of contact There must be with erery mind , And perhaps the clot est compact Where we least expect to find. Closed the heart-door of thy brother. All Its treasures Ion; concealed I .One key fails then try another, Soun the rusty lock shall yield. Seldom can the heart be lonely, II it seeks a lonelier s till, Self-furyettias, aeekinz only Emptier cups of lore to fill. Corruption la a Senatorial Election. the caldwell case. steech ot sexator s10brill, or vermont, m the v. 2. senate, ma ecu 14, 1673. Mr. Morrill,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 April 1873

The Teat of Friend hip. I once hid an intimate friend, So dear! Ill calltn 1 cannot defend, I fear: Far he bah bat one saa ; i Tlie weary day Ion;, Twaa Anyuaiberellerftoraand to mint : AnyamWrellerf WhjcihI ttut though his profession U iudi, I know I'd not hn aeqoalntance for much Forego : fXeath hla rajxed old rest Beats a heart in hit breast. Which Human misfortune can touch can touch Human misfortune can touch. For once when by fhoVrs I was caught. My friend Was prompt an umbrella, unsought, To lend , And from the . ery loan Shrank the beet friend IVe known, Sare "Anyumberellerstotneod to mend ' Anyumheicllerftomend'" Two. One sans all day, more merry than the lark That mount the morning kies ; One silent sat, and lifted patient eyes. One heart kept happy time, from daira t dark. With all jau thins that be . One, liitlew, throbbed alone u memory. Tu one ill blessed knowledre was rerealeJ, And lore made clear the way : One thirrted, asked and was denied alway. To ods a z lad, bri...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 April 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEE PRESS, FRIDAY MOENING; A. PKIL -1. 1873. hc ,Jrce BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1S73. ;. . iu:.Ti:i)icx, junior. IIlOrECTCS. The Burlington Free Press, 1873. PPICIAL ISfiCCEMESTl TO SrtSCBIBEBS. To ill who desire a Vermont Weelly, ths Bra- lli otoh Fhii rsEfit commends itself as ont of the oldwt and tlie larzast cf the Vermont Weeklies, a til as a first class family Journal, ranaln with those of larger clt'es In the variety, amount and value of 1U content. It ! a lare aheet of Htrtr" lon: columns, printed or new type, and attractive in itj matter and make-ttp.M Amos; ita rejular features are i Careful, franc and fearless editorial discussions ofpublio topici, political, social, commercial, and educational. An editorial rasas' of .the news of the week from tha world at larze. A weekly summary of Vermont news, from all the Counties. Isterestlox ori final correspondence from the jreat cities, the West and Europe An Ajricultural department, ailed with Taluable ma...

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