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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 July 1873

THE BURLINGrTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 1873. forrtoiiJftt. N want somo person in every town in fhU and adioinini: counties, who will furnish at regularly and promptly all the item of news occurring for publication, wocrai arrangements will be made with competent Full particulars tent on applica- person: tion. . Sr. Albixs Bitter Makret. The market Tnprtl.iv. was fairly actiTC. ISet grade are quoted from 25 to 28 cents, and 30 cents for " gilt edge." Ouriotte. Among the arrivals at Wxandcr's Hotel are E. C. Kurt, St. Al lans. A. K. Fuller, Albany; C. Ii. FlaM eJ. Kutland.and K. Mills, South Framing liam, Mass. Ikli.iiitim, on Like Chaw-uix. Boats an- roming out of Canada light in almost orrj tow, now-a-daj-s. Freights are dull t here and prices low. Iron ore freights are lalliog in price. KniiKovn Bitter Market, Jclv 21. Hitter and cheese were in good demand ; li tub-, at 20 to 21 for common, 25 to 30 I .r i him c . 325 boxes cheese sohl from 8 to hi ir farm dairi...

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. — 25 July 1873

2. - in j If It- r ft. if J bio r I s. -aaaeESEea. M ' - "'ft? " TWR "RTT-R.T.T-MO-TOlSr. VT.. FREE PEESS. PHIT14V TVfu tvtt tvt tt-tt -. - '"j!) . ' - - - "-"ilil -S.-Ltl VJT, J UU I HO, -LO O - IV .s.. I - . ,. , I True I-ove. A mild reclined beside a stream, At foil o' summer dt y. And half aae and half a-dream. She watched the ripples play t She marked the water fall and heare. The deepcniojsbadows throng. And heard al darkened don the ere. The rlrer's bubblins eons : And thus It sun, with tinaltns tongue. That rippling shadowy river Vouth's i.rliotest day will fade away. Forever and forever!" The twlli'ht past, the moon at last Rose broadly o'er the nibt. Each ripple sle ams beneath her beams, Al wrought In silver brirbt. The beavinr waters tilde alonz. But mlnsllnj with their voice, Thenlshtinialen w pours bis ton', Aod makes the shades rejoices And tbn he s.ns with tuueful tongue. That bird bes'de tbe rivet ., " When youth is sone, true love shines on, rorever and forever." r...

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. — 1 August 1873

Chief Justice Clisc. rHAROS. One inch there was, that Brother eWer-born And loftiest, from your household torn In the rathe Sprins-ttacero His iter could M-n their uHcn pathways horo. Monro: , - Mourn, for your Mother mourns, or mm nereis Her stron: cm II. li Mien His work" your heritage and jruide. Throu-h East ind West his stalwart bine divide. Monro for the Liberal youth. The undaunted spirit whose quintessence rare, fanned by the Norseland air. Saw flainin; In iu own white heat.the truth That man, wbate'er his ancestry. Tanned by what inn or exiled from what shore. Hears in his wul the high command Be Free! For li -m who. at the partuiz of the ways, Disdained the flowery path, and feare His Fucoor to the hunted Alric slave, Whoso cause he choso nor feared the world du- Yet fuundanon the rlzht become the might. And, in the lonr revenge of time, Lned t- renown and hoary 3-cars sublime. e know him now, your beacon-light: Ay, he waa fronted like a tower. In thought laric-molded, as ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 August 1873

THE BELINGTON, VT., FKEE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, ATJG-TJST 1, 1873. BURLLXGTOX, FRIDAY, AUG. I, 1673. An Inrellnble Journalist, The Springfield Jtcjwkliran, which in rail road matters represents the interests and hatreds of Mr. Harris, of the Connecticut River Road and Chester Chapin.of the Cos ton and Albany Koad, and which shares the chagrin attending the utter failure of their raid on the Vermont Central has a correspondent who is travelling throngh Vermont, and writing op, or down, onr Vermont railroads. In his correspondence, we think, we defect the same one-sidedness of vision, and something more than crcdul ousncss eagerness to be misinformed which characterized the efforts of the member of the Hawiiam'f staff who wrote up the "liberal republican" campaign in this State,and who, after personal surrey of the field, gave to Mr. Greeley 15,000 "liberal" votes in Vermont an estimate which, as the result proved, only lacked 11,000 of be ing correct. His last letter is from St. Al ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 August 1873

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOENING, AUGUST 1, 1873. Ties which bind the business men to the public advcr-fi'K. A midnight rainbow was teen on Lake Champlain after a rain storm, the other night, by the Captain ol the Ulitcr liascom Wi.nooski Savings Bask. The assets of this institution are now aboTC 00,000, an increase of fifty-CYen per cent, for the last year JIuidiond Hitter Market Jclv 25. tiooJ butter hjU at 25 to 2Cc.; choice, 27c. Cheese, Hie. farm dairies. 9 to lie; factory, St. Albaxs Bitter Market. The market TuoJay was active,and prices a little better than last week. Common to fair, 20 to 25c; medium to good, 2G to 25c. ; choice, 29c. ; selected, 30c. A head of common lettuce, fifty-eight inches in circumference, wo don't remember tier to have seen, but Kobert Seott of this city has one in his garden and tho mate to it which we did sec was bnt little smaller. The inten-c heat of the past few diys is malin? the pleasure travel lively, and the 'aidc and numerous...

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

THE BTJELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, AUG-17 ST 1, 1873. Association. BT F-MILT E. rOED. Sin;- me that sonsj no more ! Mr los t life I deplore j I float alon the shore Of the far land of memory. The wild and sad refrain raises with by.pine pain ; il y tears fall down like rain. My strujnles are all rain. I beat alon; tlio shores of memory. Thy wind-harp's walling spell, With tides that rose and tell, Has borne me on Its swell To the far lands of memory. Hy eyes with tears are wet. My heart doth Idly fret, I rex with Tain rezret ; Ah.mlcht Ionceforret . The purple llsht on shores of memory For I can never land Upon their iralden strand, Isor step upon the sand Of the far land of memory. For mists and foss are met And rsjtired rocks beset llach barborof rerret; And sails are never set , Which find the silvery shores of memory. Self Deception. From the little that's shown To complete the unknown. Is a folly w e honrly repeat -, And fer once, I would say. That men lead us 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. — 8 August 1873

Only a Heart. U i not a stone thtt will bruise, my lord. Nor is it a Ftrpentto rtlns, A thorn to rnd, a word to pierce. Or any vile, prisonous linn;. Only a heart, a woman'i liexrt, Mcpon'it' crush it so! Bra rely done, like a sentlemin, Turn on your beel and eo. Only a heart ' what barm I done' . lt it bleed in tbe dust and moan , Or stifle Its aniuiih as it may. Or stiffen, my lord, into tUmt. Only a heart It was fresh and young And tender nnd warm, 1 know , A pure as the fpirit of rhxetitr. Jly lord , and it lo ed you fo : Hot nothin- if loft; let it die, my lord, lt it death I quick or clow ; Each hearts are a plenty as summer lea res- We find them wherever we so. Only a heart ' do not fear, my lord, Sobndy on earth is near To come to the cry of the wounded thing. And God Is t-jo fax t hear. A Cockney Wall. Tm reat Picifie journey I haredone. In many a town and tent 1 have found a log men t. 1 thinkl'ieiraxt'llodtothesettlncfun. And ver nearly reached the lay iJudjment, L ke Lau...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 August 1873

. ... .- , . , - . . . ij;Ti5j!WKrKT-'" ' Jm. HMNHKMIHWmr'UHMNWMMMH.'aHH i 8 te m gress. bWlISGTOS. FRIDAY, AUG. P. 1673. G. G. TJKXEMCT, Editor. Chancellor Rorr and the Wrmont Central. VINDICATION Or TUB COURT, TROM AX UNEX PECTED QUARTER. The scurrilous charges brought by Mr. Sanborn, special railroad correspondent and editor or the Springfield Republican, ngamst Judge Royce of the Supreme Court of er mont, to the effect that he had been "cap tured" by Governor Smith; that he is a "ring judge." and that by corrupt decis : a tn Governor Smith be 1UU3 l"IH PUU-i-n.w.j matinsr the name of Royco to stint, v..,.. i.ct nitmetcd the editorial not of the St. Albans Messenger. The Messenger now devotes to the subjects four column leader, the more material portion of which we copy below. In reading it, it is to be ml.mheTl that the Messenger is bitterly, though guardedly, hostile to Governor Smith and the Central trustees and mana- What ncrsonal niaucs before .intuit en its and comnlication...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 August 1873

--Kewvipr.- -X- mtZ 3 THE BTJRH,IlSr&TOSr, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MO RISTI jSTG-. ATJG-TTST 8. 1873. local Weather Bcport. TaWe showing mean barometer anil ther mometer as observed at the ivcather Obser vation office in this city, for the week ending Aug. Tth, 1873: Mean barometer, 30.010; mean thermometer, 70.9 : mean direction ofwind, south; highest hourly velocity 4.9 miles ; total rainfall, .Oil inches ; maxi mum tcmperatiirc.Sl ,3.50 p.m., Aug. 2d, minimum temperature, 52, 3 a. ra., Aug, 5th. J. D. II. Fee, Observer. Essex Jixctiox. Xewcll lirnsh, late of llrattleboro, has opened a jewelry store at Kswx Junction. Parties selling beer at picnics are liable to fall into the clutches of the UnitcdStatcs authorities unless they secure a license. Rirmers arc rejoicing over the inestimable rood done by the recent rain. Gra", com and potatoes are doing well, and a good icld of the latter will be had. Cru-icr, the Halifax murderer is now in tail at Newfiinc, some of his bondsmen h...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 August 1873

i' f ' It: r J Thought at m. .Unurlilnc Mother. BT TUI AUTHOR Or JOOX HALIFAX. Gone rone in the arpths of tbe churchyard clay, up in messy eoatm ana cray. Who will take care my little baby ! Wno will teach her! licr wlnrs to fly. Her tiny limbs their new work to ply, Her soft, dumb limbs to (ins floriously Oh, who will teach my little baby I I have a mother who lonr arc died; , e peak of her now with our tears all dried ; She may know my pretty one, come to her side, And be rlad to eee my little baby. 1T-1. . ill 1 T 1 . ..r.rt rt That haie never walked, andher email hands tweet. 1 here I lea a white lily, a was meet Whowho will Visa my little baby I Christ born of a woman here, oh. here ! Thine anrels are far off ehe seems i near. Utre thou my child to my mother dear. And 111 weep no more for my litUe baby. Sorely In ITearen, Thy saints so blest Keep a mother's heart in a mother's breast, Give her my lamb, and I shall rest Ifmy mother takes care of my little baby. Sunday Magaztnf. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 August 1873

s C ' - it's Tlie Old Mau In the r.Iaee Cr. Br Jons n. tates. Well, Eetsfjr. tail beats ever thins onrejea hire ever wen ' IC'r.rl.VIn' n nilir Ct fir ant Of QUCen. We didn't o as !it as tills, bt on men (yisliloas Whence lell Xew nnjlin.1 jears a;o to see a mne out West lYerute tanrajra tli.s o" ci'iintrj , Lut not as we You fat within a staje-ccaeh, whilo I tu;-ed hy your Me; tne,4 f rutin' rrti a nil. 1 carried one. rou Enow. To pry the old coach from tne mire through which we nau 10 s Let's we, that's filtj 3 ears a so-just arter we were wed; Your cjos were then liko diamonds brijht, j our eneeas -lao rwrs rcM. Jiow, Betsey, peoplecall us old, and push us off one side, Jut as they have tbe oM slow coach In which we used to nae. I wonder if youn- married folks tolay would con- To tike a weddin-toctr like oars, with log-house at the end ! , , Much of the sentimental lota that eets euns cbccU azlow ould die to meet the hardships of fifty years a;o. our lore irjew stronger as we toi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 August 1873

$hc Jrcc mm. BURLINGTON. FIU1UY. AUG. 15, IS73. ;. m:.i:iicr. Kaitor. " Hangman" Fcote Brgtnr rates. Fbt years have scarcely elapsed since Lee's surrender, and yet that short time is one of extraordinary change in the politi cal attitude and opinions of n.any men who at the close of the rebellion were supposed to bo irreclaimable malecontents. General Longstreet, Lee's right arm in battle, to day a faithful and earnest supporter of the Republican party against the "Lost Cause faction or the South, and is denounced by Gen. D. II. Hill, of the Southern Home, as one to be execrated by all his old com mnns in arm. General Beauregard has ui ,;ir amonc those Southern all iens, who frankly declare that henceforth they vi ill hate no political fellowship with any party that attempts to enforce insult ing distinctions of color and race, in public places and lines of traTel, against the ne gro, saying that this lattle has once been fairly fought out in the National Legisla ture, and it is unj...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 August 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., PKEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15. 1873. local fleatbcr Report. TaMc sliowins mean barometer and ther mometer as oW-ved nt the Weather Obser- ation office in this city, for the week ending Aug. I3th, 1673 : Mean barometer, 30.012 mean thermometer, 77.7; mean direction of wind, north; highest hourly Telocity 5.6 mile-i : total rainfall, .0!) inches ; maxi mum temperature, 77 , minimum temper ature, 53. Geo. 11. Kllsrx, Observer. The Coimv Faih. Henry Clark, of the Itutland Glolir, and long Secretary of tho State Agricultural Society, is to deliver tho acldrtr-s Iwforc the Agricultural Society of I hitlcnden county at their coming fair at Hcx Junction. Jlr. Clark it familiar with agricultural topics, a handsome t-peaker and our farmers may expect from him t npital and practical addre. Fall fruits are coming into market. The water in Lako Cliamplain r now .itiitc low, having receded full six feet i-inco April. Tlic Sherman Cornet liand of Vinooki Imp Iwnn engag...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 August 1873

THE "JJ Q- XUJN V J- , XLiXi -A. .A. A. -All illUiUlliUVJ, AUUUOI It), J.oo. asl'' The Itastifiil LTer. Ah. well ' John came to-nilht, and stood For full an half hour beside the Mrs, And we two watched, between the trees, The glimmer of the moon and stars, John acted very strange-1 think Iwiehlknew the reason why; I real ly thought he meant tn say Something u-n;rbt besides jood-oy. John's coming here quite often now j I'm Fure 1 don't know why he should Although my sifter Jenny says, It's tailed about tbe nerjhborhood That he is making love to me The rtranrejt thins I erer heard t For if it's true, bow queer it Is That John has neTer said a word. Ah. well ' I shouldn't care ki math If John himself had told me so: For then he micht hare said it all Upon hil own account, you know. But he's so bashful, 1 believe He'd nerer dare speak out plain, I hope he'll muster courare up. And try it, when he comes arain- II cannot be that I'm to blame I'm sure l're helped inn all I cons; I'realwars...

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. — 22 August 1873

A I'ofin Ity IVril. W Xor.ujc. Found tmoml the effects on his bod, after bo was f lam by tlio Apache.) Do yon asV we. starry rycj. To describe the loTer true Wonder not at ay t iirpri e. ho fhouM tnu as well ml j'o-l Thiol, in all tnit yon lute nen. All the lorers thil hiv I-, . lieu true bc-ce lore is shuwp. For her sake and not hU own. What he docs he docs alone ; Vet he hopes it wins her t nought. AH that in his soul has ctowd, To her Mtereisn feet Is brought; To h-- fouI her inure clings. Sue cems woven in all things. And each thought that In him nirs, is not for his sake, but hers. F.tr her ealte ho will endure. For her sake will sacrifice; Brately bearing, her lore t?nro. Censure, slander, scorn, advice. 1. another wins her heart, badly lrom her he will part; Sidly. braciy, true love Is, ti-r her sake and not for bir. Tins is tl o true lover street True as ever I am true-. For my love is all complete, Perfect since itootcM from you. Darling, yet 'tis not true no! . For I could...

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 August 1873

b ;; 0 ! i 5 H l it; gfltc Sm $Y& BUELINGTON, TBIDAT, AUG. 22. u. . hllm:siict, xaitor. - - former years, when everything was none by -The EenMlraa a4 the Urmont Central. - epnamt of the parties to the suit' when L ndcr this heading the Springfield Rep- ugees jmd but to indicate to the Chan tiaa in its iee of August frth. continue ( -nhat they wanted, show the consent its assaults noon the managers of the Ver- i af the varions parti es thereto, and thus ob- mont Central Read and upon the sop rant i Court of our Slaw. It ekw or its correspondent " complete acquaintance " with the subject, which be certainly has not : and as impeaaility that he ould be "eebyect to prejudice or bias." which moral ito not generalh pot-ess. Jir.iaii bom may, probably doe-, believe himself to be perfootly iut ana lair . bat ire think no impartial and mtellnren: person can fail to discover very strong Jpreimiiee and bias in all that be has written about Vermont Gen tralafiMrs lor itself, the Jitfrniham...

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 August 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT. , FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 212, 1873. local Mcilbtr r.rporl. Table showins mean barometer anil tber uiomctcr as observed at the Weather OWr vatiort office in this city. Tor thewcel ending Aug. 21st, 1S73 : Mean barometer, 30.005 mean thermometer, Ot.5; mean direction of wind, south; highest hourly elocity4. miles , total rainfall, .03 inches ; maxi mum 'temperature, T!), minimum temper ature, 53. Geo. II. Kllert, OWrrcr. Hurler sjld at Vergcnnes and Xew Haven markets lat week at from 27 to 30 cents per pound. IiiEt.iixlF.nii ot I'rof. l'ollens yonn, ladies' sliool, in this city, will begin Sept, loth. Cheering reports come in from different parts of the State regarding the hay crop winch is now said to lie cry line and near I wvured. St. A Liiixs Market. No material change in price of butter from Ia-t week, prices raiding from 23 to r-0 cents for selections. Iloiro.v. The new steam mill at Kolton winch is 12j feet long and 30 wide, was 1, lu'ated by a s...

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 August 1873

T-TT-iri -RTTTyT.T-NrrT-OTJ. YT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-. a ttt-ttt qq ifl?a. . . . . ZZ r T lt-. .' lift. I Pi : . -F : : i er..t i : : i i -.. t iltVB raacmunwims. Old -Vlc. I often thick eieli totterins firm That limps alonj In life's decline. Once were a hemrt as yonnz, aa warm, Aa full or Idle thiujrhts aa mine ! And each haa had it dreama of joy, IIiscwnuneqoal.ed,pure romance, Corameiiclnr when the Oloshln boy Frlrt thrilled at lo-rely woman's stance. And each could tell his tale of jronth : Would think its scenes of lore evince More passions, more unearthly truths. Than any tale before or Since. Yea. thev could tell rtender lays. At midnight penned in classic shade; Of days more bright than modern days. And maid, more fair than modern maMa- Of whispers on a willing ear. Of kiaaea on a blushing ckeck . Each kiaa. each whisper far too dear Our modern lipa to -tire, to apeak. Of passions too untimely crossed; Of passions sb'titedorl-ttrajedi Or kindred spirits early lost. ...

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 August 1873

Written for the Free Vns nA Times. Sona, M.- u'.ilil f wea.oi Imt triherr jji-.I, Mtrlijctit i- c.iiwil oz wmdUntl and S lverv Vti'eeJ in ractM'U oill. K.uoUins in r.rn-t with bolt cadenco Ml, o u'erflowmi; wlt!i mletiMi elt'lit, In t'io jrv :. .win:, oil. teauttra. Mht! 1 iiou h-i-i sweat reft fur the Mca of care, l-orthf meek -onl r the contrite a prajer, Hi tlinz halm tor trie hearts that arefU'l, Loro'i lily crown fur the brow that are clad, 1 acc-irmn.; hour, too swift in their flight, Wait in th jirefeace, O radiant Mht' Ma-ic. ItirhUfooted, seeks oat iti retreat Viewless winds whif per, and roll echoes meet, Vr TntleOueen. can Aeolian tone. TjucIi the charmed font vttharieU like thine own, Jlatheu n iiiv caira oi eumence so nnni. j 1 1 i we thme ad i eat, oh star nncn wned Night! Or -m wreath, hi girdle of cold, T'.i-mdes kwprth the grandeur of old ; Swellm; heart yield to the jtower that Throned in tL fathom. depths of the ek.. Taitv to bring ne repot and delisht Welcome, we...

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 August 1873

pr Jree fits! BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, AUG. 0,1873. i. ;. iuzvki'ict, Kaitor. He Farmers' Muveracnrv at Ibe "c-t. The farmers ofScott county, lllinois.met in council, to tl.c number of ,009, on the seventh day of August. The speaking was by representative men, the first who is re ported being the President of the State Farmers' Association. Hi-! remarks were directed mainly against monopolies and almost every kind of business, excert farm ing, iras a monopoly, as he looked at it. He denounced equally with the railroads, the telegraph, express and transportation companies, book and plough makers, and other manufacturer-. These monopolies must be suppressed, he said, in some way or other. To do this the farmers must or ganic and educate themselves ; to educate themselves they must read the newspapers. Here at least.be wassound. Hut the speech of the President waa mild affair.by the side of that of the Secretary of the State Asso-r-,tinn.nMr. Smith, who prophesied that a day wouldjeomc, if ...

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