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

THE BTJ It LING-TON", VT., FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MOItNING, OCTOBER 1873. local !'" Bfport. Table showing mem barometer anO bcr inometcr oWcd at the Tth Obser vntion office in this city, for thcet ending Oct 1st, 1573: Mean barometer, 29.89-. , U1,an thenomelcr.Gl.S3; mean d.rcct.on rinJ,nth;inn hourly yeloe.ty 8.3 mlc-. total rainfall. .03 inches ; maxi mam temperature, 63 Sent. 23. minimum tc'uncraturc, 37 1st inst. Geo. II. Euxitv. OWrvcr. Tliefir-t white wttlcment in Vermont wis .in I-le I.i Mottc. Tli isc who want a City Directory should 1 . one now ; there remain but about 100 .n.es unsold. Mielbvex.-A son of Unndcr Chauvin. ,1, nit 13 years oragc, caught his left hand ,n a threshing machine Monday, and throe 1 1, -ers were badly Iteerated. I !- about two months since we have had -,.irmadayas Sunday. July 30th the .renrj averaged 76 in the sbadc.onSunday ,t went up in some thermometers as high as , and averaged tbrongli the twenty-four i i.ir- 7j. I ,v, Wool.. Mr. C. A. l.yun of 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. — 3 October 1873

THE BUELINQ-TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORN-isra, October 1873 3. Jly pnd Ity. Tbere's a little mlschief-maier That is stcalta; hair our bliss. Sketching pictures in a dream-land TTilt an never seen lu thh; Ilasltln- from our III tile pleasnro Of the present w hue we slsh t Yon may knew tula mlschicf-mater, Fur his name li - By and by- lie le atttlns by ourkearti-rtMO, With U sty, Uettltehln- jUnee, WlUp'rln; f the amlaz merrew As the social hours adranco; Loll'ri n mid' our calm relief tlona, Hiding lerma f bt-auty nigh He's a smooth, deeeltrul fellow, Thta enchanter, " 11 J- awl S- Yen may anew him by Lie wincing. By bla esreleea s iwrlire air ; E hia sly, ot.trutfve rs-esenee. That 1. straying erery-where. But the trophies that lie gathers Where hia sombre rtttbu He : For a lold determined fellow la this conquerer. " By and by. When the calls of duty taunt ue. And the present seease to w All the time that ever morula inateh rrem dart eternlt . Then a fairy hand seemiaintIBg Pic...

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 October 1873

lrlr.li Coquetry. Patrick to Blair. "Good morain', my dear -r Patrick. tl tl:nkii v t.u W, m'- d",", -.,r . r.'J'ni'l'fd 1S hlle W. !e" "". . i- Air Maltmei'ilbeichfoino cine." ioi . Heart'- m fOT ,h!! m"J' 1 ! ., t ,. a it mi to ft rood-lookin boy, wLaWnk. ht ! no like Bldd.; Mollar , So dmi't lather me. It ; Jif t be alsjrJ' j s riic. Mndide. if ye'll let me, -Twill thtf" i be. jlbltofaflirttbtyear.onthoRiy; I;, not tlirouMe y more, but I'll bid j e -good-1 '.'' Amli. T;itrlck,"crlMBidJ. "an wlwrearejo Sm . . . sure it wn't the Ixxt av rood manners ye'e ibowln , T..la me MW,n "OtA. BMdy, cries lit, oa bare knocked the eool feather jut oat ar m ("uine back, Tat," s he. "What for, tbio! nekaae I meant you all th time. Sir my Ac. Tlic step Vpon hf Malr-i. Tbere ia a simple Scottish ms. The only ooe 1 trow, ..... Hr altered ttvm a heart ithirh throbbed A itnndred yean ago. It telle no tile or classic srief, No hero's deed of war, But coooaw for iu hoaiely tbeme, TUe ' sndman tht' awe,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 October 1873

if Jrtt gress. Hl ltl.lXOTOX, FlllDAV, OCT. 10, 1673. ui:.iri:iiicT, lMitor. Tnc Kiansfllral Alllanrr. The f.r-t meeting or this body on this side the Atlantic, now in progress in Xcw York city, las been called, and without di-putc, thr must remarkable and important rcli ;,, council that ever met on this con iment." Its delegates represent tho Pro-t.-tai.t world. Tbcy number among them l'rebyterian. Bipti-t.. Epi-copal.ans, Methodic, Lutherans, Kcfonncrs, i. e i. vans.Congregationalists and Free Church men, from England, Ireland. Scotland.Can ada. Germany. Prance, Spain, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium. Russia, Sweden, or . Denmark. Turkey, Greece, Italy and ln.lia. It is not in any sense an ecclcsias t,. ilbody.bat a voluntary assemblage or , eaagclirai Christian-, met to testify to the c-ential harmony of their faith and prac tui. lie run tings arc devoted simply to reports an.l addre-sc- on subjects of general religion, interest, the announcement of which mer a column of the -V. Y....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 October 1873

THE BTJBLINGTON, VT., FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MOIJNING, OCTOBER 10, 1873. local Heather Krporl. TttlJo kbowing mean barometer and ther mometer as oWrceJ at the Weatlicr Obser vation office in this eity.for the week ending I let. 6th, 1373: Mean barometer, 29.070 ; mean thermometer, 47 .7; mean direction ufwind, north; mean hourly velocity . 8 miles , total rainfall, 1.99 inches; maximum temperature, 09 ; mininum temperature, 3.-i. (to. II. Iluxnr, Observer. For muc years the I'bdc Pkess baa adopt ed the role, common among ncwFpapcra of .my circulation or standing, of making a small charge per line for obituary notices, other than the Misplc announcement of death, which vie always print free. The rcandi for such a rule is tbo very simple one that, in mot cases, the interest in such notice is confined mainly, if not entirely, 1 1 the circle of the family and fricnd of the ilrnascil. They arc, in other words, pub 1'hcd on private account, and not for their public intercut, and as every line...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 October 1873

If 1 i ill i-H-re , '! The Vrrwonl Farmers In tnclr Homr-. NEW SERIES NO. II. Domestic " Help" An attempt l,"lrt'? Proltm Some suggestions for " mean time It is a notable fact that oar i-j-i-tem of do mestic sen ice is a failure in the country an absolute failure. Neither the mktrew nor the servant likes the way in uhich they are brought together ; and when such a re lation exists they -ecm to mutuallv tolerate each other, the girl holdinj hersell in read iness to welcome any change that the fu ture shall brinjr her, while the mistress and for that matter, the whole family, jooK wi-tfully forward to a time when there saall be no stranger and foreigner to mix aad mingle in all the affairs of the house hold. Even the boys, the farmers sods, do not take kindly to " hiring out " by the month upon their neighlwrs' farms, giving up their whole time, and boarding in the neighbor's family. So we import men from Canada, who of ten cannot speak an English word, and know nothing about the ways...

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 October 1873

..-w;.-w.;:' -.- -s-,v- T I In A rullm" c"r- v rv. it. Ii-s. w neir to me TO it I i " Lrctl. and hair's s.t Kent To r.'Mmil ttie charms tSej're lent . J-ill ...Vtvoin, 'h,rl'"-'?'(,,.r,, Nor joorooipaMM Uoi taat. " he ls Mind. Llr" 00 "ffV u Ihit be .Uoold let 3 eorejelW. la.1 Ovor eucO loltly eje of "I"; ... TOM shut out Wen hr mirM.vrall! Why tiken ne not that 1 f hl'r-- oie-ilt" thread. Just Moirn to me. jI.fL w your slais, lmjbt .by the -uW,- Aid toten op It. braid set free! v.v.i,j-,vthataMuiilthinilieis, To see your bend and arm so smoutli, Jolt with the ear, against tbe seat. Until a line there comes, rorsooth. To mark the seat rim enerul mure Than he if. Ti a burnin; kiss 11 leares utn the white, salt flesh, Scsrrin; it with Its hot. Seree Mm. Were I the seat wherein you sit, I'd be so tender of jour touch. That you would ceeue closer still Tour sllttittf t pressure, I'd Ulna macu. My dear. Pm old eooujh to be Your father, fraud! re, one or t other . lie is so mindless, be m...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 October 1873

THE BUELINGTON, VT... MOltr-TlNCi. OCTOBEll 17. 1873. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, OCT. 17, 1S73, mrvi:iicT, i:diior. . Tie r.llbl of Doltlar. Discussion is still active in Massachusetts over tho extent of the obligation resting oa individual voters to support regular nomin ations. The sulject came up in the late State Convention at Worcester, wnen i.ei. James Freeman Clarke, who was a delegate to the Convcntion.announccd that ho could not conscientiously vote for lien Butler j I, ws nominated. He has since written letter in which he defines more elaborately his view of Dartv obligations. He says.that, other considerations aside, mere personal preference does not invalidate one s obliga tinn to snnnort the regular candidate. Bat there are considerations higher than those of party orgsr ;zstion,and when a notorious ly unworthy c ' 'date is nominated through the corrupt z. ipulationsof bad men, a bolt is in ordei . I'M', fairly understood, is substantially the -ilkm often asserted by this pape...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 October 1873

THE BTJRLIN&TOlsr, VT., FREE Pni.. iMJJAi AlOllNING, OCTOBER j. -, , 1873. tnil ifrathrr Ernert. Tut.!,- li,n in" mean barometer anil ther mojietcr a obscned at tlic Weather Obcr- ation office in this city .for the week ending tt 15th. 1873: Mean barometer, 30,'JjS mwn thermometer. 60 .1 ; mean direction nf uinJ. south : mean hourly Telocity . miles; total rainfall, .25 inehes; maximum temperature, 70 ; mininnm temperature. IN1 . Geo. II. Kllest, OWrter. The Ilji'tist Chnrch at Cliarlotte Four Curccr-, i being thoroughly repaired, at in cipor-e of aliout.$l,S00. t. A i.dans IlrrTKu Market. The mar ket Tuesday was fairly active, at the follow mg quotations : Common to fair, 20 to 5c; medium to good, 25 to 30c, for fall made. approved farm dairies; choice, 31 to 35c; a few lots selected, 3. I.amoii.le Vaxlit Kailroah. The Mor-ri-ville lilnen says the managers of the i-oad have decidel to lay no moro iron on tlie western end of it at present, and ! i :ivc reduced their force on the...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 October 1873

A Hons of Altr. Summer ll gone, bat Antnmn It red on the com and heary Yet skies are sweet and clear At in the youthrul car. The forest foil and leafy. Bat in the northern clond Sits winter dark and rude. And eummer'a golden plory Who will remember In the ion , Ion;, dismal hours. In the days of December ? The morning hopes of childhood. The rl.ions pure and tender. To the broader day of J outh. Tothe keenhllhlizhtoftruth. And reason we surrender i r.ut as we toneh the swal , lslaek winter numbs the soul And manhood's gleam of glory Who will remember In the lon, loo-dlmal hoars, ln-thedajtof December T Ah ! were such life, life ou'.y. Better not be than be thai ! To tee throu-h Ufa brief day Hope fall from hope away And to blank nothinl leave us . O still our l a ;rne unrest, God's heart within the breast ! For in God's eternal summer Who wlllrementcr The Ion-, kn: dismal boors And the dl a of December F. T. Pacrate. The Old urprlse. et ac.ica E- CO a stock. Now what bath entered my...

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 October 1873

,1S?" A Holiday. CV E. P. HICK. V .L-- i!inr wcsUrn Kir Ml .il-. Tt.ewr-t .a-I r .-kui n- if Withtlwl-Jt.iin-i)' 1 1 T).ii'ra horix n inr nw.. r,.r.-i ne ft r oiinnm l' ..n sod on wo flrifW thwf, ' N.icuinewhltherwem'slit r- ii 1 ..rail the world, that lay, t. u- W.- rSridi. wa name. nl i--w. sailed, a sweet sorprtae i;omrrt id tli juwecl srew, Mff old th.njs with clearer Me .lreal"t low the nev. 'i he pat an4 fctare (teemed U Ucd ; IU jieuibranre mhed ber nJow, 1 Ant'f inition ra a friend. And lioe became belief. Tlie itraaseaeM vanished out of life ; A Action dropped It Amdisn . An! roflerlar, wwinesa and trl Were changed lefure onr - so, lit mire clear, from ITU Oar l.te on earth day aiiail And toe dim path that here we trwl With port'rt lijrlit i-lm.l ;;low. Too quickly speed the hour awa , The rieninz ..n-ughtun li rae a rim , Ami alW that riel Iml day t'ane t rt'. and in n Y.t 1 fc i :ac?rul droam, that Ion.: Will -teal into tlie waking Uiwiht, r nkf a wiIl-remeuilKH-od nun::,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 October 1873

Ptcrojros. BUKUNGTON, FRIDAY, OCT. 2t, 1B73. C. ;. DE.tr.BlCT, Editor. fompfiKitloa for the Slut. Mr. II. M. T. Huntcr.of Virginia, whilom one of Jeff. Daris' counsellors with the title of "Secretary or State for Foreign Affairs of the Confederate States of America." has hi J a reputation as a man ol unusual judg ment and good sense, for a Southern states man, which he cannot keep if be continues to advocate the absurd and impossible pre position recently advanced by him. At the fair of the Shenandoah alley Agricultural Society. last week. Mr. Hunter delivered an address, a large part of which was devoted to an argument in favor 0r compensation to .k,nn,,ntnf?400.000,000 to be paid by the United States to the former owners of slaves set free by the emancipation procla mation of President Lincoln. While dis coursing on this sulject Mr. Hunter made the following statement I well recollect that, in tho interview at am n..:, rv.mf.irt between Mr. Lincoln and Mr Seward on the one hand an...

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. — 24 October 1873

V full report or the proceeding or the .nnuni -ion of Young Men, Christian Vocution. of the State or erwont. held in U.h" city last wceV. 111 be found on the fourth page of the Weekly Ftn P.m.. to day. The Wiojo-K ro-e ten feet Mouday. HHown ill leob-Ted Oc.i.'--r31st. Sunday was the ninth anmter..iry ot the t Alhan Haiti. ec adierti-ement of wet nurse wauted, ,n another column. Camel's Hump put on her winter dreof -i.jw, last week. Vermont end Canada ltailroad stock sold at 00 in Boston, on Monday. IkhmI eider will probably bring from $5 t.i Jfi per barrel, this season. Hie floating gin mill on Lake Chaai ,iain was set on fire and destroyed Sun day night, near 1 Season. The annual meeting of the Vermont State Teachers' Association will lie held at M Albans, Jannury 33, and 23, 1371. Myron Buck of St. Albaiw l!ay, recently it -'' and a calf by ferocious va.in tjll during tba cM sn iw -.storm of 1,-t week, in large iiuantities, among the dir.in laelji I iniil-giing in Massachusetts X...

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 October 1873

lVcarj . Weary of li.in-, 10 weary I Insrln-tolte down anddle; To And for the sad heart anddreary Tie end of the nil (rimige Weary, eary wlshln: . , For a fonn ll.it has sone trom my sllht. For a voice that t hashed to me erer. For ej ej that te me were so brirbl. For a band to be laid on my forehead, . -tlmpc 1 the -lden lrown Hair . For a ep that to me wa ' weet rnustc. And a brew that waa noble and fair. Weary. Vary, eo weary of waiting ' For romethins to lcre and lore me. And pteaf ures that are not" " Tired, tired of drlftin; Atewn tbedark "5,"? Tired rf kreatUBS the allk"- The MIw of toll and atnie - leiielllB: How far : peeell trace, Howea-i 'mice' Th,?ptr!r.";rtb1rdbhorPd Orra.naa l..l.tl dropped Ontbo -3 re. The send has turned to stone. IS tre thofe prta" rVtrilled Fa'nt note, of y-SM Thoa.n blistered o'er with tear. Still abide. I almost cj ct away Two 1 1 ttle UBe o b,red in ld i . And never dreamt way were Aluoe to speak of her loons Wen's Christian Itsorlatlon Contenti...

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 October 1873

Autumn Souc- Trn datMfromtlie German.- TicrV 1 I v CI IR V-V MAW .. A l.ttist-nlflfWllmBililDedtll. AuJ biuret. 'ii run-utf . Mi v-srl-1- th Jo- ' t: . c-. , i .1 . t ir.-uli. thi ' . ,i!uuw .- t nut iMttor !.- I ,.i w.iiiin.' i".v, .'. it. .a i n. Unn ( I ltd ami nk ai n. II -urt lu-an ' I- 11 -Iruiik with r woe tL.usil 1 Tlicn. when I ur t'ue drifted leaves. I -ud, ' Alrwiy Autamn jrleve ' T aron(T the srsllair htw S Love departs and Ln;ini fllw, 1 ir. far. V.horc the Radiant and the Eeactaoax are." J'.ut oa the ran ahoce out aaew, vn.l tack tho little flatterer flew : He -aw my smef, he saw my tears, Anl md;, " Lot koowt xm Winter jean: V no Ulnlc 't l.rw its breath ii Summcrt .w" Tlir (iiiil-ritt Murljr. B. R. M. MILtES. , t there are some to nonm a strength is siven, II, a self-eonstralninceaerrr, j th that eeda upon no earthly hops, u i rh never thinks of Victory, cotUn 1 otue it oopht to combat, id conscious that to ftad In 3Iartyriluni ; 1 r -nmp and signet f most perfect Li...

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 October 1873

hc Jrce gross. RU3X."FR1PAY. OCT. 31, IS73. O. KI-XnnlCT. Editor. rrolrtllen of the Forests. . ..i- n vrtT I L AS IMIR.NATlONai. IW"-' TCKIST. lapi.indniNtlllF ir, of scientific .HUBUS " , and practical men. in connection wi... iuv Vienna Exposition, the "Congress of Land anJ Forest Culturists" ... second " in importance. It w.s lre-.Jed over by the Austrian Minister of Agriculture, Aon Chlnmcckv. Several governments sent special representatives. among them he Italian, the Patch, the German, the Belgian, the French, and tbc Hungarian. The United State was represented by a Dr. Warder. The Congress consisted m all of me300 deputies, and it i pronounced by the Vienna correspondent of the New aork HeraU, "certainly the most intelligent and earnest body of men ever a-cmbled in that pavilion." We learn from the same correspondent, that Hoo. George P. Marsh's "Man and v.. .. s laruelv quoted in the Con- ... - r... t the bail results of cres". "u i destruction of the forests. Of course the ...

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 October 1873

THE BTJRXrlN&TON, VT., FEEB PRESS, FRIDAY MO JlNIJSTCi . OCTOBER !1, IB73. local Heather Report. TaMc -liowing mean barometer and ther mometer as obsmcd at the Weather Obscr t ation office in this city.for the week ending net. Sflth, IT3: Mean laromctcr, 23,033; n-ran thermometer, 4G .1 ; mean direction uf wind, sooth; mean hourly velocity 9.1 miles; total rainfall, .73 inches ; maiimnm temperature. 03 ; mininnm temperature, 30. (.so. II. Elukt, Ob-erver. rhero n a heavy frot in I'nJerhill and Jericho Triday night. Meet me at the gate, lore," will mi l.e hanged t.i meet me at the grate, love. Send a City Directory to your friend ho hi gone Wert, to show him how the place has grown; jirice 50 cents. l'lie Central Vermont Railroad liaie put upjn their road a new engine (.caring the name of "T. M. Park." The safe in the bakery of CrrHs li Ilrad l, v at St. Johnsbnry, was blown open on the 20th and robbed of 00. Shade tree- hare been attacked by the rer worm. I'nless these worms arc...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 31 October 1873

Kit 1 V fi. , Onr Evenlnc Hymn. A1E, "JATXIS." Vfe, tby children, humbly While the evening shadows tall, At thy mercy-eeat. O Father, Lord or Heaven and Lord or All. Throufh the day by the befriended. Tributes to tby lore belonz; Br thr jrrace the day now ended Bean to Heaven onr jrateful son;. For all Sim of will and weakness. Written to onr charge to-day. Lord, con!eein then 5ltl.luieln- Blot them from thy took, we pray. If to thee onr steps draw nearer. With tho wsnm'of the Hsht, Thy dear grace (hall jrow the dearer. Thron-h the watches of the nlslil. Keep ns while the ni;ht-slom thieien. Keep ns, lather, till It flies s And when dawn the darkness quickrns, Open on thj smile onr eyes. Pav by day, thy KPT,.,,.. Miht ly nlsht.-ur ?J"Url Till life's service all P1"!. W. shall ,inS in .ndJjjj; dajj. lie True. Think truly, and thy thon'hts Snail ih. soul's famine feed Spe.k truly, and each word of this Shall be a frnitful seedi Live truly, and thy We shall 1 A jTand and boly creea. So...

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 November 1873

M SvorI "oiie. CV OLoSEL ItKniBD RE ALT. TIic rn-tn' an-I Iwmliful Poeca wb.eh follow .n.M.red onJ-nii m ?; ; Stf;r for June. !- i. With the cwvptwo ' f tJ,e in" U w. itts mt l1 mte N ret m t4 day r.re reding the a-.-Jluty -fiKht CWAJ,(V, wM" i.mj. Mile- bri-. "1 " ni-rober, - mailing a r.ircl man-h ..wr Uw , ,nni,in. ojt:iontdij be nmml a if- ,t i-.fiuiei. t. i -1 h- "'; d' - licht .en. L I e -UjUe-sJ to ii:tu UtU be had belter an ah it ti'en, I bir-mi-t never hare mother opportunity, and the author added the m r'udni' line. A few inlnute afterward the two went into the actum whircta the Ucneral k?t a r ls m, dayouw throujh the Ion; campaign, I much in my place In the rank ; nd whether It bitw or whether It rain. Mi sh1 word cteirily clank. 1' claaaaadcIiopinalordlr way, Lik the r:ojc of an armed heel ; Kt .1 ton i the pone whleh,aay hi 4a t, . . - th It Una nfafjwl 0 ir em, from whom, an hundred times, I have fait the tteadfast crip O' the all-renonneiDC love that cl'mbi Ttir he g...

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 November 1873

hc Jree press. BUiM.IXGTsHmi) aVTxO V. 7.. 16T3. IIEXEMCT. Krfltor. II..D. I.. I Poland. M.C. in hi speech at the officers' reunion, last week, came, down severely on the prc-s or the country, anil especially on the Republican press, for their excessive and unjust abuse of Con- us, farther conveyed the ... ..i-i.lnTi,.! the cress o I impression u uowu- this State especial tinners in this regard. We say nothing of the taste of belahor.ng a lew unlucky editors over the back, of a met for asocial re union, crcn if the charge were true. But i, it true of the Kepublican press? Ye certainly were not aware or it. Some reapers, like the New York Tritunc and Springfield Republican, which once were Kepublican, but now desire nothing so strongly as the destruction of tho Republi can party, indeed have printed a good deal of indiscriminate abuse of Congress. The Democratic ropers always have and always wil! abuso Congress as long as it has a Re publican majority. Bat so far as onr ob-ervation g...

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