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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 December 1873

THK BUKL1NGTON, VT., lliJiK X'KKS.S, lfltlD-AY MOKNING, DEOEMBKR jy. 18T3. Uon't wait till ofle. the flr5t of January before vou renew your subscription for the Weekly Free Pkes. Von will much ac o.raimodite the printer.-, and perhaps sue Nourselfthe sending after one or two back numtier, bv payinj hrfore ',ar -"ubscrip-non expire- See the date again-t your name. We are getting thesoft weather and "fill rain-' we did not get in November. Train began to cross the Waterbury t.ridge again Saturday crening. llHiixoNt'. Uev. Oeo. S. (iuern-ey will preach in Richmond next Sunday, Heeem h;r 11th. The principal or the Norwich Academy .ulornn Ii'm pupils thai they can't attend .lancing Mliool and hi.ohool. t &M. Albans BrTTES Market. No change from quotation"! of last weeV. Shipment 019 tub-. VnidT StrrmiiES.- At auction in ltoi t.m Saturday, C7 Vermont and Central Ttail r.d "shares soldatSl. Vermont Central !,r-t mortgage, 8-arM, 15G1, (S. The IIulidiys. Thp holiday eaon is , 1m ! hand,...

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. — 12 December 1873

A -Ivluar Lyric. r crx. . h. m . I aa dy:r.rnt, d7as."-takMr-Ism4r'n,Erpt.artat. Etihs tbe crimson life tide at. And tie dark Plutonian skadoas Oatber on Ike eTen!n blast. Leukine arms. oV queeufupport me, fluih tlir ob nd oow thine ear, Hearken Id the creat heart secrets Thou, ud thou alone, raurt heir. Tbou'-h my scarred arid Toteran lerioi Beartbeir eu'les Ll-h no more. And my wreled and shattered sailers Strew dark Actlum'e fatal ahorei Tboufh so rlitlerltl truerds re"01"-1 D Prompt to do their master s wu i, I mart peril b lite a Roman Die the reTriur-sti. Let not Caesar1! serrile minion. Mock the Hon tbu. laid .low . , Twai no -a, hand that lie h.m, i hi. own that .track tbeMo'' nore.then. pJlowed on thy bosom. Ere hi. .tar laie. quite awiiy. Him. who drunk with thy caress'. Maalr dang a world away Should tie bate plebeian rabble Dare asjail my Jam. at &me. Where the coble .ponse. 0 . Weep, within her widowed home. Seek her, eay the tod have told me, Allan, aa fuja. c cnz ...

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. — 19 December 1873

I'liliiokrn Worri. i l.a.My wri tint rl within the heir.. Aud li.r I! .t wtth tlio.rirmpuaetlc twm lnl.-,'n a mer.t thi tnot their un. ,n tbit wrar ' X2 -?ll;c' , tiJ tell ih hwrtthlt. douHnir, luot- 'hoi. i kit not .npr-'i. lmttasfcl,thotrt I .- fti "l - n t uglier l.art au tti -a. 'r ti.it n-l w.wd... Ilr iclhe r II iw Ui.-wa lUar- vravod a welt in!.t i.arM Ffomt-ui iboianito livelier j.reliit. cit Id. ind luTitj ej es that can Dot im th mind U Jl viurh tb up ted movement of tho lip , Ali cany let IH cutting tlUntowind Arvuud llt heart. nd MUt it llkoa tth-p. L'-MpoVei ti, like treanre in tho mite, Are taloelo-w until we site them ldrth . L ke nn'ruii 1 sold, their hidden bekuties sli nf. VVb'li (i'Vl tin wade ta Mom ana gild the eait-J. Haw tid 'twtmld be ti ee a master! hand btriLe tlorimi ntc4 upn a voIeeleM lute Hut !, whit pain when, at liod'aown coram a ni. A liiiit tr 1.4 thrllL- u'.tli kuutnetf-m! imuiiU. 1 hen hi tie it not, the mui'c of the a juI, lear m mpathy expreMeJ ...

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. — 19 December 1873

BuivUNiTrON. FRIDAY, DEC. 19. 1873. tl. ;. nEXKUICT. Editor. TnE WEEKLY rBEE PRESS. SPECIAL lXDUCEMKXrS' ILl'llIUMi ItATKt I'Olt I'" V. still KDd tl.. Weellr F.rr Pa. " r f the puUlntloM wJ for on. ear. a. so. price. afiuaJ. Tb.y arc all '" p""""' ef tht.IrMV.ral classes; ana nmel.l"' than If ordre4 frum lb. poMlslieri direcJj ti. r.. is,.. .nJ LHIell' Urinj Ajt, (wHj)$3i. r... .n.r lUruar'iMomUr $351. Tk. v.., Purss and Harper's WmVIj- 5J0. i... pr and n.nnr'j Baiar S.r.". Tt. Fan rates and Sci.ntlSc American.... !.&. -m,. r.rr p.r.s and Gudel'a Lady B.X.V $1.00. tv. v-urr Paces and ncmarui'a Mejallne. . . U.M. tw pm and Country Gentleman.... jl.01. Tha Ton PHI'S and The nursery Tcbus Cis Jiuarr. .. J3.00. .NolE -With Qodev'e Lady Bk and rVmcrMfs MsSailne, kmtoini premium Pe"M fur" nisbed fr,t. For the pictures pwUi must U sent In addition, as follows Fr Chromes, plain 10 cts. Fur Chromos, rarnubed and mtunled,.. 23 cts. iftostire i isaf sant the Chromes cannot he for warded. W...

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. — 19 December 1873

THIS BUKL1NGTON, VT iFliEE PRESS, EKXDAY, MORNrNG, DECEMBER 19. 1873. Ul Wither Ufperl. Table showing niran barometer anJ ther mometer as observed at tl.c Weather Obser vation office in U''' "ty.for the week ending Dec IT I5T3: Mean barometer, 59,911; mean thermometer. 27.1 ; mean direction uf vvinJ, south ; mean lionrly velocity 7 miles; total rainfall, .15 inches; maximum tompewture, 41 ' . mininum temperature, (ito. II. Ellut, Obvrver. Male Board ir Acrlrullure, Manufatturcs and Wlnlns, UIrM UEZTlSSi. EaUChsrlitto -Tuesday and VYednsJaT,Janusrjr Ulr'artjin'trlier-Thursday in! Friday. January uh and 9tli. . . , mi irjiburch -Tuesdav ana KeJnK liy Jinuarj I an "rtMump.'lc-Tl.ar.lir and Friday. Jsnnsry-.tb "Ksndoiph -Tuesday and lnesday.Jsnu.ry n.L . ill I. .,,n..iineed s.t as sr- uinrr uiwuut: , ran:euieoU are e-mpletod. ' that the mectms at Ea-t Montpelier.preriou.-ly an n.uneod for FlM. th anl 31st. has ln postponed to January Eth and tb. All State VTn ra re- jested to cpy Secret...

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. — 19 December 1873

A Sreue rr a Mill. ir jca ifaiui. While lir the m. orer roof, r worU- While tnoz the moon In the fro'ty lay l And noddled f beep till f Touched In the fold. Wore the white raiment dropped from on ill" . Hot t little window, roitlc end old. Cleimed cheerily red on the windereri nl'ii. A T.lioter passed on li! wiy.that nltht . Whit a leene foi astndr."the punter Hid . Filrily tllmmeri th.t roby llf lit, leiclestrinje It from eiye o'erbeid , On moon, thou art shortly Oh world, thou an white 1 I'll lank In at the window ll warm ana rvo. So he lool.ed-l.nt whateeer Me eye; mlsbt see llll pencil told not, hie Ur" were dumb. I mtrht raw, but who would listen to ye. And the ts. of the Piat".fn iju? oul U Would you know, you must wilt tin your And yon'two meet In the world to come. Here If the study the painter wrought, And Hirers their pithwey who now repose. nrih. oilnter'l thoajht I need not djuot. r, . lSil lfke hi tudy hie life hid been: A T lone bi. let ", to wlk without, VrZ thne llr....

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. — 26 December 1873

The Two Home. a nrv row Et bayam tatue. My home was stated hish in.1 fair Upon a raouaUin'J loc . Tli-!dy lon-t, bright", there . llcmutth. tlie worU wru wIJ. cni it bine. aibrcin ion l l.r r j .'i - sleatue.1. the r.tioi Ii-h.o n.l ,.i.r tin ri.ixo U Ite UJib? rim -i t ieu.ni. m tlie dnUotltin. Aul tli- 0 .-I Ui vunJlw tJ.UD.iVr Hut wry are the sh.tr,- W uti Tin rlisneeles reea or fir and mit The et' "d 1In Q ml,lt Abore the granite prang no Luwcr ; Tho Ji I low and fc-otlcas ll)Wfrs , And tho drone and din uf the water-fall became n challenge, a taantliigraU . ' Tta fa r, 't-s fair la tho valley '" Oi all the homectnda deep and for My Taney clang to one, Whwm gaMe burnt., a mellow star. Touched by the fin tin;; sun. Tiiseen arunnd, hut ot ungueMod, The orchard made & leafy nest The turf before it was thick, 1 knew. And bees wero buiy the garden through, Aud the wlndjw? were dark with roses. Tib happier there, below,'' I sijche-l . "The world is warm and near. And closer lore a...

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. — 26 December 1873

8fhc $m press. BUIU.lN(:Tj"x7l'RtUAY7r)F.C.2cTr873. j. ;. iikxeimct. Junior. THE ' HT.CKLV TKEC I'KCSS. SPECIAL ixi)UCEMEXTS ! I'l.l'lllll.Mi ItATI'-S FOlt H7i. W. .Ill send the Ml) Free Turn. and V the puLlicatlons named llo. for one year. ,,r!ce. affiled. They are '"',"f'' ct their several classes, and tM lr0 mMh-s than If ordered from the publishers directly . The Ft rnws and UtteU'i ""1 S (woelly) ia. The Fbee Ies and Harper's Monthly The Free Press and Uarper's VTeei!y, Jo-sl. The Free Press and Harper's Esiir The Free Press and ScientlSc American.... It-sl. The Free mm and Godey'l Lady Boo I'-00- The Free Tress nd Pemoresfs Mazarine... $1.00. The Free Pre." and Country Gentleman.... tt-t. The run I'atss and The Nursery $1.0". Terns. Cas ta Jdtaoee. ;wTE.-With Gedej'e I.iJy Book and Dcmorosfs Macaiine, hendsemo premium pictures are fur n.shed free. For the pictures posture must 1 sent in addition, ai folloJ. For Chromos, plain 10 eU. 3 For Chreuio. varnished and mounted,.. 50 e...

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. — 26 December 1873

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOHNINO, DECEMBER 2G, 1873. ermont railroad securities sold at the r.,llowins price in Boston, Siturday : Ver mont Central First Mortgage '"ds, 20 J ; Rutland Railroad, preferred, 45 ; Og-lcns-liur? Railroad, preferred. 91j. The lightbouso boird gires notice that in oonsequence of the fixed white lights on the Burlington breakwater being mistaken Cur other Iiffbts, they will be changed to fixed red on and after thi date. Ia'E IVter l!ja, a clerk of Sam ud Huntington's, cvincel -ueh unmistakable signs of insanity 1'riday afternoon that lie nas taken to jail, ami wai sent to Brat tleboro lat night. The young man bore a good character, and was much esteemed by hi employers. Insanity is hereditary in the 1ky"" family. Tut Daiei men's Assocution. The farm ers of this region will not fail to remember, and arrange to attend, the coming meeting of the Dairymen's Association, at Esse! Junction, January 20th. It promises to bo one or the most interestin...

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. — 26 December 1873

r r S "Street I of Mine. Br GERALD MAS5ET. Ito jewelled beauty l niy lota. et in her earnest lace Therei such a world of tenderness. She needs no other grace. 'Her miles, and Toice, around my life la light and music twine, And dear, O rery dear to me, Is this sweet lore of mine. Ojoj! to know there's nefondheart , Beats erer true to me ; It seta mine leaping likes lyre. In sweetest melody t Wy soul up-prin;rs, a Petty ! To hear her rolee divine; And dear,!) very dear to me, Is this sweet lore ol mice. If erer I hare slsbed for wealth, Twai all for her, I trow ; And If I win Fame's Ylctor wreath I'll twine it on her brow. There may be forms more beantirui. And souls of sunnier thine. But cone, O hope, so dear to me, As this swoet lore of mine. .plfTcrcui .MIiuN, ar archbishop cn. Some murmur when their sky Is clear And wholly brourbt to lew, If one dark .-peck of dark appear In their great hearen of blue ; And some with thankful love are died, ir but one streak oMirbt One ray rtiod's...

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. — 2 January 1874

The ;litrn sVeddliiB l-mc omI. Uith fifty ears bet ween you and your well-kept TbSaMen Arnold frlois or mine, Is not alible now. And awcet a.- hi 1 re's rlnti been throuxh ill ourpleaintpst . rMI iitc'ana'suisrriaie-foa;t,tbo beat w.ne Is the lift Aga o before hit, with our names, fur Chester's Hn meadow, woods and ample Urns and quaint, ft one bullded homes. The smooth-shorn raloi, the whetten slope. Ibe lK).c;e creon and port Oi which their poet sinjs so woll from towered Cedar-croft. Andloi from all the conutry-sidacouiQ neld'ors, kith and kin. rrum city, Mmlet, firm house old. the weddw; guen come in. Aud they w without vrip or pur, roob-banted, travel-vorn. In Freedom's ce, of martyrs runs, vrfwn now return. UUer and slower, jet the same, files in the Ion And hems ere liht and e re glad. tltu;b bead are badjer-ray. The fire-tried men of Thirty-Wjht who wwlth me Midst roann? flame, and kbvutioj iab, of rennyl tsnia IU11. And they of Lancaster who turned tho cheeks of ttranti pal...

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. — 2 January 1874

hc Jree f)res5. BUiglNfifj5fTi)AY JAN. 2, IST4. . . BEJVnnlCT. IMltor. T,-u..--4-. - !. tut. weekly ntrr wixss. SPECIAL lXDCCEMEXrS than if order.1 from tbe puMUben d.rectly Tk. r nz n.nrt Weekly. U Tb F rMH IUnrt Br.. j tl. fu ram ood' i-'dJ- Boo1 100- U. ; " To.FK-zr.rss.nd Country Gentlemen.... .on. Tb. Fan r d Th J,arMrJ' Tinvll. Ca'l l Jllei. mIj... hd p""'- p1""" v": nl.hed - F.r lb. plcure, pc-t.i. roust 1 -eat in eddlttwi, l folio"" FvrlbruMM,lltlu "''J?'"' For Chromes, v.rni-hed Ld mounted, . sorts. irio-Ure . teat thaChromoi cannot lf..r welded. WeeinfurnUu frtmcs for the pictures "t Jn W " rlr", ' by me'l. The Free rrc fuf The pressure on our fW' Las not per mitttd us to pend an lon? l'roPfC" tus for the new vr Our readers know whatourpeperbas been in the pa-t -wc tucan it shall bo better in the future, m sewalway-- We nroJ-" make it a fllfii.I.r. i.it.- of all the news of the w,jMlulilTri WI in which it circular- ii.ll ' increased cnic that no ,.op.1it,t i '"n!i? ;";t.: ...

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. — 2 January 1874

THE BTJTlX.IlsrGTO. VT., ".Pli'iaSS. i,ti.DAY MOKNING, JANUARY 2 1874,. iipfnlus an J Ill-Ins f Nailiallen. ol npimwj oi rutin ff vatigaho an l.iir War.-. I-Ol.... is;i.... I-.3.... l-.II.... I-Ci.... I-W... 1-eW.... IMS.... It'll.... .s:i.... i-Ct.... Opened. April ah ' I Mi " 34 " 21th - lit, " I 111. March 3IH ArrU lSUi ' Sift ' III. 23d nth March 26th April 23th " 'Stli 1'fC. 2.1 .-.th Nor. 25th Krs. I - f.:li th sth nth l!t 2.1 ' 3d " lt Nav.Etli 3Ih aat Postal cards (Wt tlio government 1.39; .er tliouwail. Tbo liurltngfcm Demorat (grange organ) oy that "Farmer Henry lot hi intlei fin?er in a -trnvr cutter." The stonn of .Saturday and Sunday was general throofihont Xevr Kngland. Ahout twenty-two inrbe-" ofnovr 1 reported to hare fallen. ((range were organized in Catleton and liutranii, la-t week, by '.. Y,. Jameson or oriraJurgh, eptcial deputy. JIilto.v. The Christmas dance at the Seegar House was attended by sixty-three oooples, among them eight from this city. The aflair was...

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. — 2 January 1874

Tbe Doorstep. Br xdvtsd c. stepm ax. The conference meeting tUroocb at lt, We bovi around tbe vestry wilted To see uie'girls come trlpplnsr. patt Like fnctw birds willihgto be matod. Not braver he tbit leaps the wall lijr level musket-tlahes lltten. Than I, who rteppi l-eforethem all Who longed to see me get the mittea. Bat no, she blushed and toot: my rm We let tbe old folks hare the higbJ . And started toward the Maple Farm Alons a kind of loreri' t -waj". I can't remember what we said. Twas nothin- worth a son or storj . Yet that rode path by which we sped Seemedalltraaaformedandlna gurj. Tbe snow was crisp beneath ar feet, , The moun was full, the fields were sleamm-, Uy hood and tippet sheltered ,irnIn, Her fce with youth and health was beamm- The little hand outside her muff. O sculptor, il you could but mould u So lightly touched m Jacket cuff. To keep it warm I had to bold It. To hare her with me there alone, Twas love and tear and triumph blended , At Ust we reached the foo...

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. — 9 January 1874

ilirjljmKfT Uut of Ihr ." , , . ths.riaj rlMiu ih.srcat fir. in llit , ,,run "I tl.-ir t-mi!" anl-th. s Hurled hmne- and tewplei iut.i t!u-t. We eithero here to Me.i tliy a"ia AJ n our rulu r-te our uifct. Thr ten ler pitr met our i tin. Swlfltbronch the world the anjt-1 rin, .XnJ thwa thy Christ appeared aiiln Incarnate, in the heart cfiun. Thv lurMnln lent it l-arninj win Tit lr it tear-Went s m pithy. And Cerr cLariotJ ruibod to bring The .frer;nr? ftf humanity. Thv tender pity met cur pain. Thy lo e La rained u from the dut, Semeet tnMe- tlw, Ird,;ain, A ad in oar temple io; our truft. Tlie Tr uf ItrAirn Hntr to It- 1'. iir r.iHiRi hesr. nTointc. Here I lie' streMoTbair, Kted by every wanderin; ir. Wishing u woala km ioe too. why don't you t.ftener than jnu i Throagti my ringlets ran her fioc-rs. Vrboin ou luvosy lond rw tru And their ew.-etnesi buffer, linger. In the T:n;!et rttll. f von (inly kiss th-Mu odc and see What lore lies embslmed 'n ua Ki-'im now' and it shall teetu A...

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. — 9 January 1874

BimljVOT.IN. FrTdTy, JAN. S. 1374. ... ... HKxr.IUCT, l:.lllor. 'f.ni.;. -tfa.iiO & j-car.alirarc lu l'wuc' Tlir WEEKLY FHEE PREW- special induc CMF..V rs . i.i HllIN.w iiatt rent lH7i. Wa .ill tend the Weekly rE runs, and any or ihevuMicationj nemM below, toonejur, at tne price. a3.lM. TkJ- are all '" "r iWrMmilcUW. and the mn!llF5 tfcen if crdered from the pul.li'hers directly The Fart Pu ani Littell's IJvinz Aje, (weakly) SUA, Ti f t. r-n ut Harper-i Monthly J5.S. The Feci Pans ant Harper'a WeeMj-, t;.2.'- Tte Fan Patss and Harper's Barer 5.2S. TM Fait Pt' and Scientific American.... JI.M. The Fin Pittas and Godey-'a Lady Book JI.M. The Feci Pniss and Deracrest's Ma saline. . . 11.00. TLe FeiiPezjs and Country Gentleman.... $1.01. The Fre PKM and The Nnriery iW3. Teekk Catk in JJiance. .N.ie -vHth Coder's Laiy Eofk and Pcmure-t's Ma-irlne, handsome prem'.nm pictures are fur uhed" .. For toe pictnres pnnaje mult be sent .a addition, a) WV'' For Ckrom-a, plain 1J'" For ChromM, ...

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. — 9 January 1874

VT FKEK 1JKKSS, !' KIUAY MO KN ING, JANUARY 1871-!. 3 A Milton wouisn roniplain. lint since l.cr lii-'.3naj"inc.l the patron ufliiisli.iii.lry lie ha M-wn nothing ' "'ia O"1"- '"r. Alrans IUtif.r Market, Jan. Ciu. MliArt firm, an.l offering'! limittsl. We ,,uotf Common to fair, 20 to 30; liifdimn I , go.iU, -J3 to y . rtioitv, 3. to 36; i.n-. 3-i to 10. .1 tutriio. The NVtforJ Cornet llanJ, n-si-tcJ hy George Sherman of Winoosii, i.rently gsiTC a successful concert at the Mcthodi't Church at the Corners. 1'be St. .lhan papers annonnco since the .u.,v went off, that the pleich ride snJ t-tivitios which were to come off Januar Tth, have been po-tponej for the present on wvount of the solemnities cf the " week ol prayer " U not this a little-' too thin." Nirne (.1 our State exchange are intima ting tlat the custom of N'ew Year's calN was introduced i..r the rt time thi year m Ilnrlingion 1 he p!caant fashion to our personal knowledge litis ciisted here for ,.er twenty years and e rathe...

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. — 9 January 1874

.v Year Col.oin- I Ud the Jfw Year as tl came, Wtr here dost will to be I And It "aM 'mid shouts tuat turned Una- Tom'nl'ter lo thee. Why come t thou with weal and woe. Alternate hope and fear T iflre tt weary mm, below. The entile and frequent tear. 1 Lea w tit restore the a ..etit frirod To mv deslrm; heart ! Vet I all pleasant ties will rend. And, tte Joined forever part. to hy wilt tUu deck the ..ridal .-ad Of youth and beauty bloftn' That f the tboushtlett lair may w t'tto the dreary tomb, tt i.r wilt thoo please the mther'J e ei W.th fcer Infant's thousand c barm! -To bear unto the faithful skl , The treasure of her arms. Into the lap why wlt tnoa fline Hoards of encoonted cold . To rive the wretch, ere lonj. th Of hopes to poverty sold. Why to Ambition's elliy few W Ut thou tin c t he son t of mt To show, of the bobbles men pursue, The emptiest Is a name. Wb cemest thou with hymna of cheer - I eome, too. with my . Voices that welcome the New i ear. Shall be ailent at its clow...

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. — 16 January 1874

CouioUtlon. Slather, the tnctli sij-t Peare to thy heirt We, too, O brother, him Bn thou rt, Hope-UAe4, douM-Jpf ?rl, sm; in part. Trie. trvuUed.t2inptd, u-t'inlt ai tbwi rU fin-thcr, t!.ty5inlj'Mj. Ue oorthoushta on, tiend thw ith uj and pr" Our tiod 11 thy Uod; lie ilieth lfalHti Trujflllm as we troited lift as we rwti Ve too. they gently Mf. ShUanselabi Ve too, O brothers. From earth ahall be free t Vet In earth lored one Ve Milt ihl hare part, r.MrinGol'a itrenjth and lore To the torn heart. Thus when the fplrlt, tried. Tempted and worn. Flndln- no earthly aid, II bit onward doth turn Come thoo tweet ansel-toooi, Fallfny like balm. And on the troubled heart Steals a deep calm. Tlir Vrr. Vtm have closed the book ani Uld -t t And erer thus muit -ti pa;es Ho . We cannot unclasp the lids ajrsln. Nor write Its retard with ft brighter pan. Ah, mxny the lines we would retrace -And many the stalm we would er3B Uut the time has fled from us away. We r snoot recall a bIdjI dsy. t'ar lires...

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. — 16 January 1874

Bfht Jrec JpmiL HUKLINHTjy. FRIDAY. JAN. 10. 1571. ;. I.. nr.MJIUCT. lUlllur. mi: wncKLV rucn iitr.ss. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS! Ll lllIlMi HtTI.- " " w. ni -end th. v-oti rs, J y ,L. pnUlcation, named 0De 3 "j ' U r;ce. affiled. They ,f arv0r.lU..se.i and l rate, are much ler. thin Ucrdered from the ,.uMM..r. dtl- n.F.r.r cutter.-, u! THe Fan rs and ll.rp.r-. Monthly The Free mss tod Harper's We-ly j"-- n... Tid Ila-wr'a Ear" TL.rlP"5""d Bcint!t American.... $-.0. ti. F.rr mi) and Godej'l Lady Eoc.V $ WO. n. FniE rm. and Dcmoreifs Ma-puLne. .. .TO. . J Conntrr Gentleman.... $1.00. The Teh Pews and The Kurrery Tebms Co. I Jimnct. ...SLOO. ..... n.?V Lady Book and DcmcrMt'a Midline, h.ndjomo premium pictures are fur ni.hed fr.t. For the picture. PMla--e inujt bo rent lu addition, a! MIowJ: Fir ChrumM, plain C'J- Fi.rCtiri.mii!. varnished and mounted,.. 50 ctj. Ifpo.Uje 1. ..! sent the Chromos cannot oe for warded. We can furnish frame, for the ple'uresat wt. In any Jtyle Mlected . lmt the...

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