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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 February 1874

T I THE BURLINGrTON, YT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20! 187-1. " 1 Thero is a time Tor all w to leave is when'-.-ho "abks you how the walking is. Three Senators and Tour Avcmhlymcn of the California I,cs"i-laturc are natives of Vermont. . The AdJi-on 1'on-e at Middltbury, has lwen )1J to C '" Scotkld liy Darwin Itider. l'latt-barsb h without Muall pox and the scare is over. There were never over eight genuine ca. John 1're-ton, of Leicester, liana s-tallion ,.nc vear old the 19th day of May last, that weighs 900 lbs. Wa-liinjtonV birthday will this year lie postponed to the 23d of Feb. the Sid tail ing on Sunday. Veucknnes Market.- On Tuesday, 1,M3 h..af butter were shinned. Huttcr told f,.r 3(1 to 39i-.; cheese, 1 1 to 10c.; eggs, '.13c.; poultry, 1 1 to 11-c. Somebody in I'rovidencc remembers that. ninety-nine years ago, February was so warm a month that eople were able to kithr in the open air. ni now the epidemic has reached tho hun-hc. The exton of the Fint ISaptNt i...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 February 1874

In Memorial". Lien to the memory of Oscar U Shirter, who dirf In Florence, Italy, and nl buried in Oakland, California. V.-Len tie west wind blows throosh the cverp-ecn trees. And the furs ;ro sailin- br. 'XI d the lupine blooms ana hnmmln; bees, Til there 1 Ui would lie. These Italian eUes are very fair, Around are mosaics and sculptures rare. And reins of temples old i And here, where the Arno's waters flow. The -reins of Kaph&el and Anirelo These princely galleries hold. " Mot IVt rather sleep on the western shores. Where the iiruad I'aciCc ware In solemn mnsic would jrrandly roar A requiem o'er wy srave." Then hear him jently across tl e main. And away to ard the sottms sun. Thonsh e never shall hear his l oico a;ain. And his earthly task is done. The eye Is quenched that in sympathy flowed For the wron;s of the struK in! one. And still the hand that so freely bestowed Tho aid he denied to none. But well hell sleep on the western shore. Where the broad Pacific ware In solemn...

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. — 27 February 1874

County Our Hir1hdy. BT MRS. C. LJfJUTS BASKS. Ai wjsoni come and ions 0 Wo murk their pn4 tha, Kirrt l-uJ-, tliea le&:IfniiUie.nw ; AU't to llifl cvlw rmiaJ an-' -row, An 1 oiarV tlioirrum n us. ll Uis af tbt bare IIwn s-uii-i A -Una nr ita Min. lU.e bud tbeir iuprea n rtirw. And wo wbcu UU- are rulhrr mn Tliu he wlien hfo eeiuod Jiie. Anl, Urn into an older world, A hiIoplilr race. We have Time colIM u wri.ll uncrl0., Knt Earth creen vail, with teir finprarled Tit man Lcr wrinkled race. Up wy the-1 wrinklef reprcscot .Tuane f are Cne , An J in our wtfdom pelf-cvnteDi. I'ruclaini ntvr ktritA rell and rent Are birth Jaj g Umel m stne. Ami, IhisichI tracinsUaV the rni.rUi Of tin terra4aou fphere In it frtretftilneoK. or sloth. Tl.Jit uiaken u yearly jjruw more loth To cutrat our hirtMaj s here Ah, no ' In vonth we fpnw; U srewt K-teb lirtlida si iteame. Until, maturity eoplet Year seenmd b ran with fljmi Iw And !ar a crops of lUne. V feel not, wlide fredi mmi-wis jf Ttw-ir foi-t8 ...

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. — 27 February 1874

13 r ess. "IT P.LLNGTON. FRIDAY, FEB. 27. IS74. A 'Jill ;. BEXCMCT. Editor. T, ..... Sl.OO a rr, al w lu advance. "Th - " An AiE WCEULV rnsc iinss. Ana Tk SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS! "lit "ci.rnnia: w. m .end tb. ww i'ek press, and any or th. publications named below, for one year, at the pr'ce. affixed. They are '"" J-'"'' of their several classes. 4 the rat" " mnchlK! thin if ordered from the publishers directly . Tie Free Peiss and JJtMll'i Llvinz Aze. (weekly) 13J0. The Fs Pmss and Harper's Monthly The Free Press and Harr er's Weetly toJO. The Free Press and Harper's Bazar $35. The Feci Press and Scientific American.... USD. The Free Press nd Coder's Lady Bool jl.CC The Feei Parts nd Dimoref t's Midline. ..51.00. The Fete Fress nd Country Gentlemen.... 1.00. The Feie Pees 5 and The Nursery TERRS- Cork in Aivanct. oir--Wlth Codey'e Lady Bool and Demerest's Mazarine, handsoae premium pictures are fur nlshed frt t. Tor the pictures pcstare Bust he sent n addition, as follows . For Chromes...

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. — 27 February 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-. FEBRUARY 27. 1874. Four new gangs of saws arc- nearly ready to be put in operation at the marme mm. Six car loads ot Vermont sbeep pa-jed oTcr the Central Vermont la-t wcci, bound for California. It ii rumored that a temperance prayin, iwn.i will be orcanized at Rutland this week. tiwwr.il (leorge W. Crandcy, National liank Inspector, has just completed hi an nual inspection of banks in fie State. A .society for the benefit of the Homo for Dotitute Children, of this city, has been formed at Johnson. The Richford tymtincl learns that the Christian ladies of St. Albans are talking of trying a temperance crusade. The total registered vote of the city, thus far, is 1,036, and is already larger by one hundred than any previous voting list of the city. The Republican City Committee have or ganiied by the choice of Charles E. Miner, a- chairman ; K. C. Rycr, as secretary and Chester Hildrcth, a treasurer. Mtthews & Davis arc doing so la...

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. — 27 February 1874

r THE BTJBLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 37. 1874-. 1 " 1 i , , , ... . . , . lo l I The rioirew' Keveufre. On ler conch of downy pillows Lies a maiden, sleep teiruUec,, On her checks the color HufMuz, Vetlin- dream leneaih Ler eyelid ; ro5d upon costly Fairer, Sways a chalice, heaped with ftftwer. Waft.nc iDcenre, dream and peri-iine. On the flowlr pasains honr. Laden itli tlie frasrant mewajr. lleary bans tie air above ber . Hardly stir ber cloudy trewes. In the rammer winds tbat lore ber, TbnmIi tbe alienee, deep and dreamy. buddenly a quaint roice calleth Voic from flowret and I rem leaflet, holt and low an answer lalleth. From tbe white and ray coraliaf, bee the flower spirit (printer : Wrapped in rait- oi ?beny kwr. Crown and spears in oroer tempos Fnnn tbe row's craawn bmaax Shly smiles q-w-enly n--n, LjtaUy father airy trtwes That with dewy i-earleare laden. Fr.m tie rare ol helmet Mowom, With iu lesre of ombre biue-zretn. Leaps a warrior, clad in armor. ...

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. — 6 March 1874

" " mi r' " "TTTTIiii ftii'i lirillllhi i - IIM -TT 1 MINI mi III i rr-T1T"T-,Tnnff" TT7TaniiTTtlll I Mill I ""Tnlir iff"-'flT "TWI Hi mlT'lTTr Ml TTT-fJTT-"-''T"" T1TTirrrT-fMffinn tvrjtr'T- -a?3&as I The Height of the Itlillculout. ET OUi R WIXDELL HOLMES. I wrote nome tines onee on a time, tn wndrou merry mood, d thiaht as uut men would ny They wore txceedin.; 'l It i w-t - ;uer, m wy .pi'er, - 1 w.'iii.lilif. ' i'. u in- Linrl wiy, i pi i mm iiti I. 1 .'i.N' I tn seriaut and hee-ttii? , ll..w LtU'l ilwafhmi T moid slender man like mo, Jk ol the tuihty liuiu Thee tt the printer!" I exdaiaol, And in my humorous way. I a nltxl ( an ft trilling jet). Toenail lie the devil to pay." lie toV the papers, ind I watched. And tiw Inm peep within; At the first line tie read, his face Was all upon the grin. lie read the nest, the zi'io grew broad, AikI f but from ear to ear ; lie read the third ; a chuckling n'tlo 1 now liogan to hear. The fourth; he broke int a roar. The Uflh , his whtc...

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. — 6 March 1874

S5he Jrte vfss. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. MAUC1I G.IS71. ;. ih:m:iict. K.uior. Term. !." ') ' '" Tin: W!.eki-V ntci: i-no-s. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! i'Mitni.iii jiati:i roit V, .ill send the. WeeUj Tkee r-ns. anl any . th. .BMiatlon. named below, f,.r one 3 ear. attne p. .cea affixed. They ro .11 .'" J"'"-""' tlie.r several el.,, and " f""1 than if ordere4 from the r-Mi.he.. directly . Ti.rtrrB ."1 "I"""' Lilin- f' . (weekly) swO. The Fkee rus and IIarir'. Monthly JS-2- Tn. FttIK Pa ess and JUrpert Wertly -23- The Free Trem an Harper'e Baiar 3-. The Fata Tam-and SvieotuV American.... .1-0. Ti.e .ar nus and oa-' n 1 Tlie Fi., e TRfts and laoret' 5IKne... Ui. Tin FrE Pee" ar.i Country llentlnnan.... ,U-. T!ic Fit - E Pm -s md Tlie Nunn-ry fMO. Tzlt- -l-et"ee. huti. Mas. x-1 n.aheri ' ' 11 aAc ' I. t.V Lad N"" and Demurest i . ii.- premium p-ciares are im Cio -turra pnsUie mot be Kit I r I Fori I'pn r .1. - i .i r. 'j - wrn -lied and mounted... Met-. - -eut t'ie ChrooKH cannot 1 fur- U , u ror...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 March 1874

THE BUELIN&TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1874. I St. Albans Uuuer Maukct, MiRcn 3. Market firm. Common to fair, 35 to 37 ; medium to sood, 33 to 40c. ; choice, 42.'. ; elections 13 and 11. The Democrats have at lat secured con trol of our City Government Tor a year The Republicans relieved from the re-pon-"ibilitv of its care, have now only to lie back, and "-ec how they run it. Manufacturing ibrik nain in our city. KilburnA. (late- and W. S. Mayo.t Co., commenced running on full time yotcrdny. The lumlier bu-ine-'i i alo lively, being better than it was at thW season Ia-t year. Huntington in the lir.t town in Chitten den County to elect a woman Superinten dent of Schools. Mr", i;. Ellis is the romjtctent person who has been elected to the office. John Carlisle, 1(1 years old, was found dead in the -now at Ilrandon, a few nights ago, and one theory is that lie fell in a t( and was smothered by the -now, while there i- s)tnc suspicion that rum killed him. A widow...

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. — 6 March 1874

I 3 Hi;' hi tit f; I M The Rmutlftil Years of Our Iotr. IT JAMES G.CLABK. I stood by tie ?treim where the wild roses srew. In the jrrecn bloom vt cummer when Nature looked new. ... And I thought or the time when I roamed there with yu. In the beautiful years of our love. We were ,xr, but the war! r affection wis ours. And we leved the lad world with its sunbciios and showers : Ah ' Ul was a wayfide orfvanUlna and fiocrs, In the .Krantlfulj ears of our lore. There am Uts In life's ocean we cannot forzet, Till the llrrbt of its sun in the willow has . And our spirit mu-t turn with the lonnsrcrrci To the lautiful 3 ears vtvuT lore? . Fornodreimed of the pleasure, and saw not wo That time or the scenes of the fntore mlht throw And we hoped lor the that wo ne,er should kn-w, . In tho beautiful years of our lore. As an eillelonVs hack from the wares of the deep To the fllne-fadm- hills here his forefathers sleep, O tliu when the wares of the tempest ehill sweep O'er the .-eautLfu. years o...

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. — 13 March 1874

Tli a it I fill urts. ADEtllDK r&OCTOtt. MvCoJ, I think Thee, who hartreado The eirth u hrirht . ru'I of aplendor an-1 ''jJ"- Beauty and lljlit; S i q m sl.iri.m- thins r- lu.-e v.jln an I rtht J Itii-A T,ie t ihn Tm'iu hi, i J.. U t hjud . Circling us imnt. Thi in the darkctspot ofortb Some lore la found. I thauk Thee more that all our joy Is touched with paln That sbviows fill on brightest bonra That thorns remiln ; So that earth 'a Miss may lc oar :ruitie. And nut our chain. rr Thf u who Vnowe?t, Lord.Miow toon Our weak heart clln. lUugtren us joy, tendt-r and tiue. Vet all with wins?. So tbit we pee, !umin cn h ga. Diviner thing. I think Thee, Ird, that Thou hast kept The beet in ?ure; We hi re eoouh, J ct Dot too much To Ions for more ; A earning for a deeper peace. Not K&own before. I thank Thee, Lord, that here our eoul. Though amply blest, Can never find, although they ee. A perfect rett, Nor ever shall, until Ibcy lean On Jera'a brraft. M WILLI MORR1. Itawn talk to-...

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. — 13 March 1874

ret Jaras. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, MAR. 13, 1574. iiirvinicT, l:Ullor. Teriu--S2.00 a rtr, iilwij i il Alter. nii: wnciiLV ruci: tkess. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! -i.rniii.Mi kati ' ,f,TI' w. .n . tbe wetu f rs, and r f l!u pul.llc.Uon named l-elo. foronejear. .1 the ,,neeS affiled. Tbey are all r-r.. of tU rseteral elans, and the ntM are much leaf ti,an .Urdered from tbe publishers direct-. The Fbee raws in "twlT. Uvto; Are, (weekly) The Fstt rats- and Harpert StanUr Tlie Fare ras dJ Ilarpw'a WeeUy, f The Faei raiss and Ihipert Baiar T'ieFniart-ani Sc.eut fir American.... M-SO. T' fue n.tt- mi i"de ' 11001 Tl, Fault Ffc.i ss ami JXuiure,fIasaline... fIJM. TV Fnet. ""he's Cunt- Oentletnan.... HM T , I'ltEE P'-t -- ntd TV -.'urserj tMO. ;x TP..T, tl, G -let's IVk nd Demortst'l M i --.r-ne, i.t ,1 -up premium pictures arc fiir- j-J trre. i fie I' cturcs porta ie mut be tent i .il.t n, ,- r rflirtitt l" !"c1" F r ( hroin - ei nl mounted,-- 'tt-. i i. -use u uf sent the Chroaat cannot I r ,r- ,-...

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. — 13 March 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13. 1874:. Six inches or snow fell at Montreal on Saturday. Vermont has in its population Jil colored cr-onslHndiani..SJ0,C13whito persons. Tbenamoof the railroad station licrcto Crc known as Hi-t Georgia has heen ch-ingcd t.) North Georgia. The Spring term of lUrro Academy lia ,,wncd with N1 i-tndents. and injro arc expected. The graduating cla-s numbers .Hand I)r. Spaulding is in good spirits. All the twenty-seven workmen in tlio Pittford quarry rtruek on Monday, bccauo i foreman they had sworn never to work for w.i- placed over them. r Ai.nws IIltti-r MiKivET. The m.ir krt was firm ; "hipment 200 tubs; common to Piir, 35 to 36e ; medium to gooJ. 3 to IHi-, elioico 12 to lite ; -elections, 1 j?. II, n. E. V. Colton, Master of the Ver mont State Grange, delivered an address recently at TuJ'eka. Kansas, upon tlio L'rutrth of the order in this State. (u. hkstsr. The' citizens of Colchester, .it tlicir Town Meeting, did tho very f...

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. — 13 March 1874

Tht rirdgc t Spunky Point, A Tale cf VIrtoouj Efiort and Human Ferfidy. sr JOH.X HAT. Iff all rery well for preachm. Hat preachtn' and practice dont ree ; I'm potted cn virtue and temperance. And you can't rinr it In on me. Jnt t-.dJle alonj with your pledge, Squire, Ef thtt's what i on want me to I'n t Betwixt me and you. l'ee been thar. And I'll tot take any in mine. A year a-o last Fo'th July, A lot ' the boy, tu here , . We all pt corned, and sisreed the pledge For to drink no more that yef. , There waaTltaan Joy and Sheriff M Thall, And m, and Abner Fry. And Shelbj 'a boy. Leriticus. And the Uolyers-Lnle and ly. And we anteed up a hundred. In the hand, o' l,"c,,KTdft:vi, Tar to be divided the fullerln' 1 Fo'th iionfit the bo B that kep' the pledre. And we knowed each other so well. Squire, Vou may tal my sea P for J fool, Ef every man when he slirnedhls name Didn't feel dead rare o the pooL Fur while It all went lovely s We put up a job, next day. Fur to make Joy b'lleve hi, wi...

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. — 20 March 1874

In II er Rrnutr Karlr Br W. . TB4ED. lUve fleted b rr no, unco mrieirs Tii at hutnMc )row. nJ haatHoi fer. jOii piste i ! m ttiM worM or ill Wi-n tets rMMi bat nil), I hi 1 m b-rtsfiUetute t-tUi.lt tint i unb-iiiureHin Mi. w.s-l, I tut iu.-i iuo awl tld9U lu r. i-trn.ly graven tJiere 1 w her tVA, ur!iu ther-loo I la tti ripe bit. in l wumiahxod, Yfi dtji,m!n;, wbeie I Ira, to try. And minjle la mv childhood'! pUy j Or ooht my fatlier'i dwelling place. Ad J clipped me in her fond embrace; A friend when I had none beside; Ajaioiher wben my mother died. Mie was no 1-wutcona in her dress Of unaffected lorelinens, tv bright, ana so tenefleest. That 3 f.u might deem some fairy sent To buhthehelpleef orphan' jears. And dry the widow's pisnln; tears. - he mured in beauty like the fUr Tait hM its lustre from afar, T. tell the wlneeton the earth The tidings or a barlour's birth , S pure, so cheennj was her ray So quickly did it die away. I entered tint forbidden room 1 All things were still '...

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. — 20 March 1874

-m; rTTT?T.TArn-TnT VT.. ' FBEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1874. r i' tc Jm rcss. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. MAR. 20, 1674. :. ;. nuxi:irT. Kiiior. Ttrni.SS.UO a tnr, alT In adc"""' tiik ivcicliLv run: rises. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ! ci.cniii.tc: lUTia '' ,ST'- W. will rend the VVccilJ Fa Truss. anJ any of thepaMictlenA waied tlo. for one 3 car. at the rlc.afi4. They arc all - ,tnf.c7. of their KT.rald.HW. and the ratM arc roach U-H than If ordered from the v-uMUhers directly . Ths Fall Tbi.es and Ltttell'J ttvinj Az, (wecllJ)fsJ". Too Feu ratal and Harper's McatlUy J3.-3- The Fr.EK IU:ss and ll.rir' W. eily t . The Free Pbes and Harper's i Jar S3.-i'.. The Free Trisb and ScitnlHlc American.... t ISO. The Frfe Paras an Coil '! Lady Hook 1 1.1". The Free Tans and leaorMt' Magazine. .. $i.no. Tho Fare I"f: and Country Ceatleman.... IUW. Tlie Tan rta- aid The Nuratry J MO. -e Coft i -cliaicr. Ko-E -' i 'i ' '" ' Iuiy Book awl BemorMfa Mn. ro, la,, no premium pletu.-M are fur n.cbe.1 "". i ...

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. — 20 March 1874

- ' v - - , 'r.5':.. , ' - - ....y, as?. ,, ,..,,... .m,.. . -yr;., .. ...... lct .aa s Keal liiATt A. L. Ioman ba pur chased the resilience of tlic Into Jacob Mioct on liink -trcot for $3.50(1. Vkrgk.nmssMai.IvLT. Business not actirc, sales lijlit. Hotter W to lis; potatoes 5a to fte , ess Other price uriclianictl. Tlie ico lias MiJdenly got k had. tliat l.aJuke A. St.ivo's stages, Iietween here arid l'latthar;h. have ceaed running f.ir Uio present The next Union Temperance meeting is ti he held at tlio Unitarian Church Sunday cicninp, March 22. Interesting nddress.es may 1 expected. Nr. Aldan's Hitter Msrkgt, M.irch IT. Light -ales, and prices alwut tlio same as lat week. Cnmm.in to fair, 3- to 3lc ; medium to Rood, 3- to 10.; ; choice 12 to 13c ; selection, 15c. WaiTivo. Evert I'ond sold $.111.21 worth o! I.utter from 1) cows last year, !--ide supplying his family. The sinking school of W. V. Thomas is utTcafing in interest and numbers. It is estimated that on Friday eventn-; las...

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. — 20 March 1874

1 3i m it i :r Mr Hunting Hons. ET CSAIU.CS C1SC2LET. rr,rnt bsrk 1 forward's the err One more fence and we're cut on the open ' . . . . . . 1 1 . . I n . , r u Follow them haik tothem.darl,.nr """'J'J,1 Leapln; and sweeping down Int . the "'J11'" Cowards and bun;!era whore heart or wWe eye slow Find themselves Stalin; alone. So the rreat cause pa-scs bv. Nearer and clearer its punx es open. W hile louder and louder the world-choc, cheer us . Gentlemen, ri..rtnnen, ou ou;ht to ''""P u Lift us and lead us, and hallo . ur rami . toi u. We cannot Uke the hounds eft and no shame to us lont be le!t starinj alone Irocrllit,w" BT SOUTH HELL. Eliun detaj s . they breed remorre . Take thy time while time is lent thie . Creeping snails hare weaken force ; Fly theirlanlt, lest thou repent thee. Good ii best when earnest wrouf ht. Lingering labors ccme to naught. Written for the Free Presi. "AncaU r Quirt Neighborhood." or Itcmln. lcrnrc crrorct Slrctt. That section of the old town of Burling t...

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. — 27 March 1874

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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. — 27 March 1874

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