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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 May 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1874. Itritl.l.A'JTK.V AMI VICI.MTV. The Senate, on Tuesday, relusoil to pa's tlic currency bill over the I'rfidcnt'.- veto In a vote or31 to 30. So that inflation bill i-Jcad, The interest and value of Pror. Collier " ,.iper on Vfate product", on our second pjir, will be found to be not confined to iliJ firmer. Our reader-, nf all clai-e. mil find it readable and suxscstive. (,.od cows arc felling at Sliclliurn for i-) t.i tJ: l licrc arc tWJ Vcrmontcrs in New York ,.,n, i.3'-M in Cliicao and 2,.'Jj in U.i'ton. The now hy a foot de?p in Montpilier, Nimhy morninj. I he kind of fluwers recent April ttorni') ' r.ns f"rt'' snow drop-. l'hi' -ui;r eison thi year lia h&a cm I iti. iilly "linteil --ectnen Ions drawn erraont lias lT.TOi! persons abovo the ago ten years, that can neither raid or write, t mii.im 13,-fll arc foreign Imrn. - i .u fell in Rutland, Sunday, to the , j.i1! 1 .me foot or more, and we learn ex t, l, i throu...

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 May 1874

In 3.13! Tne Bluebird. BT JAKES VkVUlCZ lDdlf rSOS. Wlwn If i lit j w m! and rcow is soc. Aod racy wrttie-t fkwd the irv r tthrc FOttwbinU rrom the aed-re bar flown And a the htv-jjrei Fwirm the ! J rft nr rtn tbe first winn wtod Tket thrills th-rl!wt A rot oun. Tne Mntldrd Kel our maple mrr An I &artfi ibtai tulii tasi-elinz. ii it imi.n; thr 4ll.cte f pry. Ulih mU f f plf n4"ir rouod una drawn. Adc thrwurfi the ?pnnE piinetwM- I rammorV rich rulSibw-- Ain lie -:DrM,ivi In- n Mltrrt wi- I . -a tlit rrrat fount of hrwn " .,i J'i w .Hi rco " t.pnn- -f here. Mi -t ii ti - az lot rtranjely mret , ear, unite tew l u tn, ..' winter l.en fct, ndai.' n in and mnlWd in o fcii. t if ti bo- thrwnrfi it rn nm rtl.th.vrmb yvr A twee: fu;reftii that ia- 7 lit1 niluenee f if"Aret"". Fr- oj eb IfJhxi I bre no reed a faith I t t-iuet- rd- muts d w.noc ' epnnj T- i lc nv. Alter ftort and death 7 tier. W tlDM Cf bi-wm.n An . fr -lew and cattins ieet V,-r.n. rteiT nwrf of .Nature ield T ttJti ' w-...

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 May 1874

"MRS!-" mi: M.rsitm Conln. F.r tbe fashion of th.J worlJ pfl&eLh away." KjW .top, and Uy It aw jr. rt,it.Iken lertli.f f ref j sic to : i u ihAUX til wuuhl L&lLtii youre'itrrosf r tow, i-i hrm to his smile a -Wsleiaj ; ut em. If Iik tietrtt . r-J t up, mtidtii, and Uy Uiji t . , 1 t ', cJ lay it .ei cit f ii 'th it ran ifw itltH'M . , jin-1 1 lit- thill fi'le in the Uzi i ( it future that waits witli its ilnt ta-u!i -Fo-.tir ntx fciro will msrk. tlie waj . FuW it up, Uiule, and lay it awij ; FoM it op. and lay ft away, Tlie coWen curl by the baby worn ; llN,KMa lie will reach mtnliood8 uam And a newer lore than thine to born, To un itself in the fhinmr ray i F'U A up. Mother, and lay ft awjy ! I ,.!.! it up. and lay it away, 1 -1L- h'o that lia- bleeped pome exquMte hours, 'I ti -ms tlMTe were many ; fewer tin flowers, : tTiumol and plowing a auinuier fhower9, renly with ;laIne-' and sorrow as the ; 1 .l.i ,t up Heart, ami lay it away ts'M it up, and lay it awaj, if i n. ' m...

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 May 1874

THE BTJBLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1874. ffa. IP Slip Sm mm BURMNGTON, Fit! I) AY, MAY 8. 1ST4. itn.vi:xncT. rinr. T,r.... -!.,. i. r.r, l .! ' Tin: ivi:i:ki-y ntni: vur.ss. SPECIAL IXMXESlESrS! cicnt for good, and more popular every where. But its opponents are bound, be fore they ask us to abandon it, to show us a better liquor law. That a "stringent licen law" in the common phrase of the opponents of the existing law would be no improvement would be even no less open to objections as a despotic and demoralizing law, can, wc think, be shown. t'l.t-iiKit" "Tr.- " W. . ill wisl ii. Wll rati: raES s, and any of .i..,...'.lit.,.,.,4 oamf.1 Wlow, for oar J ear. aw i.ri-.Olod. Tt.ty are .11 froifiaf periodical, of tl,irer.ltla... aaj tUe rates are muca iwa llun lfonlerel from the j.iiMilitrs directly . n,. rm ritEkS and LltteU'A Urini (weekly) tlM. .13.23. . S5.2J. . tun. . 11.00. Toe Fan ris and Harper's Monthly.. . The Fuel! fans and Harr'a Weekly,.. .. The Fkee ...

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 May 1874

THE BUELINQ-TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8. 1874. ni-IIUXGTOXAXD VICIMTT. Fort FJwar.l ha voted to parphaw new 5 J, 000 -t"31 fire engine. l.lims are now employed on ihe Ner Y ,rfc and Ciml Kailroai lah.reM. April was an uncommonly aieUy month ti.r.iupnoat New England. Although there was some disasreeihlo weather in April, wo May lie happy yet. riicpo-tofficcat W'C't Rochester. Vt..Ui on di-funtinucd. Te noteH at tuc mine .uouuwiin w pirparinj fir an early and properom '..i-ines. flic plentino- of maple sugar mates it ,t.r cheap. It U now quoted Irom nine to ten .'cnt per pound. Tlnre is mueli MCKness in North Hero, n antral well-known oitiuni aro not ei ... n-J to --uriite. ihe liabilities of Noyes liroi., of Hyde . .ik. are $10,000, and their nvts between nio and $S,O00. M Albins Hotter Market May 5. i lie market was dull. Common to fair, 25 ; , -."v , medium to good, 03 to 30i; choice, .'j eleetiun-, 37c. i;ni,iiM Kittkr Mvrket. At market, I ndaj, 2) tubs butter were...

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 May 1874

IlropiM-d lead." ET BLXX3 CTTT. All rural strttctts la Kfe. until the end. H1 teai itum-rirrs ni rtjallr- lezre Ot driBa-to.- knew net . the tnuddr lp . . Th.r ill m .. r sin shall see tbcm Una llr f ael.e -a he .tana . no man can lend Hi ttmm. Tim Mk iwuh bo cranch on Sates TUt Ljl.awJ ellBK u.rtiaHwicr Wt- , Death torto'ea. Ji.UMni:o llto nny". a h doth as this IV-tak so-cli . akrl..re.lUn And 'a-le avi np .- ' hrwtff. "" A serai t..i - t'.at hire ever died dropped Mature. M :, r uhl in her wtarsh instill l.n(.m.i !,.M..ttrrtflill. Kl -M..rnliaMl i i ,t ,,.1 1 ..n sbinet.tbeyrids, Tu .-t : hand alooe. "to. or. j: , liandu'll.li can lire. Iiut.r-i .-..n txill tareaom, P Fr. . asl'IiaTli nl the lieart . s. .1 tliewvfnth hetrolr West, f :n ii. tune with hallowed real. Tiie l-lraner.' Itcwartl. Oivr I i- f..'lw!i-re the reas-rs hare been uiiuri:. ;..ano the fall-beaded rra.n. i-aU-r i,i r'pest shall tall to their lot fjtli i. -i t r wbe-e otters teek not. F. ee V u n i:n world the tfr...

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 May 1874

1 Ohl and Blind. fl iiilnt Unr-bsrd, can't joa t y.m uiiCODneionable bat, jru -us i ou lUv tbe deote, V a won- holome in ynuriF V a trll l-nwernja n.l Uri t .i .ur in4iioT9. one mr j it, n't H" ! wili-b, cow you're oi.1, Flirtin'in thti Trtble flMon, rrt n' "O t"e bcarth frown eoM t- l.'htabojlah passion. v.o b had your dar of youlb. With IM tender !rw.ks nd fancied; V u hueinoirn ft noman'i troth. And have lived lore' iwet rotnaa?efi, I know Lor Hps are ml. True bercnrlarebUckandsIosayt Ym fhetear a dainty head. And her ci m are sweet and uucy, vat -Tie n,w 3"n art a part, VVbi le m try to tease and please her hot-" OM 3Iake-Beliere, j our heart I dead ai Julias Ca'sar; Know 't, Uioun a simple prl, n.i t laurliins while 3 ou linger Uus t welt and, like arnrl, nds t round her jeweled fin;er. I u nn!t act part lr araLnotdropjourfelgnlns:, rr. tj 1 ou hare not in your heart su -tit thin; as lore remaining, i, 11c ard stand with me, my friend sK- il jennit oa nererdouht Ler1 II a 1 .f....

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 May 1874

-3 It i I fe re 811 llii THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 15. 1874. hiklingtox. fhiday. mav is. istj Ii I -Sa.Ott )nr, l.. lit d--re, iiii: vi:i:tii,v riti:i: rns. special inducements! 11.111111 t; II.ITI -!l W. i:l so i4 Ib Wei.il Free Pkess, and any of Li.imMlait.mi named llow, foroDOjeir. noi ..r cii affiled. They re all p'riod,cali of tLdrwveralclifM, and tie ratei ara maMi let! ll..n ir ordered from tie imblisbtrs iUrMtlJ- Tlie Frii Putts and Lltwiri Uvinj A;e, (weekly) $150. 11.. Fmr Pans and Harper'a Monthly $3.23. Tlio Fail TRtss and Harper'a Weeily, tJ-23. The Frii Ptttss and Harper'a Baiar 3.23. The FairTlir.ssand Scientific Amttan.... $U0. The Free Tress and Godey'i Lady Book $1.00. The Free Par-hS and Dcmorest's Ma-?slDe... $1.01. The Free Tress and Country Gentleman.... $1.00. The Free Tress and The Nursery $100. TERHS: Cask ia Jdvance. 'OTE. With Godey'a Lady Book and Demorest'i Ma-atine. handsome premium pictures are fur nished fnc. For the picture...

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 May 1874

I 1 nriiM.-vfiTOX asi vicimtt. DtucAiB to Tin State Contention.- According to me P.nublican State unwi.. v.-.. fcC ... i t( fl!W-.firAi1,lfr,ftti the oom'tig :aurai"- v, ..... oneJ as follows : apportu Milton Rlebmond Sbelbura South Eurllngtoa..... t-t, (ieorse. Underbill , Westford Wllllston MM iturlutte CicM-tsr r,ex. lliwbnrsn Jt! Tor Umolllr lallrr lonntctloa. T IMEd.tnririlie Free Tress and Times. In ubedience to the rcvilution adopteJ by ne .viamitiec of citizens, on Wednesday rrcning Ja-t, I liavo appointed a sub com- tit connng 01 me loiiowing-nnmcu ,-tnilenicn Ija-rcno! Barnd, I, (s. Kenedirt, Ah Allen, Warren tiihbs. thl.. K. -Miner. K. Taft, u i.iiamBrinMnaia, A. jlercliant, Elmore Johnson, N. Parker, W. II. ISrinlc. F. C. Kennedy, John A. Arthur. W. Y. Henry. t'aroln Noyes, I). C. I.INS1.KV IJjriinjjtun, May 8, 1S7I. Chairman I e lilacs are flowering v .nng overcoats are beginning to find ;.,f,r legitimate nse. n im'i of -now fell at Richmond Krid- ;,, morning. . uiiicr-...

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 May 1874

ssssewaas eeeewaeeewseeaawsee...aeewseeeewew...eeeaaee.a.a...... ttt BTTRLINOTON. YT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOENIN&. MAY 15, 1874. I mm) mm The Old ;rnminar Muster's Address " "jly. Sr B.S.T. CBJ.S. T. SBOOCS. O Jliy : the cbmtoful year's Potential 'Mood Tbpc ma est and canrt 1-e beautiful and hlana, And smile with tenderness ineHable; And thou emit alio, in tny waywardness. Be dmily, null and disagreeable A- any little queen mv scnoolroom holds. TI1..0 mi i eft and canst ripen to maimer b.oom. And Ui the -dden clow or autumn, when Tbe up of Jlay tnroi to juioe uTniu't . nu Tlioomaj t.aU.: and wilt, when nature wilts. Be ehanjed into lVx-ember'a Wness. J!nt now tbou msyest, and all tbe wotli soes Ma) The UttlVlvl- and lassies silly forth. To see If .a, ,.wen our chance . , In OeWf where W.nter. linens. chUls thy lap Jlf little May. t. tni ak.nl with them , Mar. and her little cn u. hold her flowere, M. teo, in he potential n'i r ' , At wee, what troop of lovers saunter forth Aw! w...

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 May 1874

.lock of Aires. B.t of A j tf, cleft for roe, I'aou 'btl9ly the maiden sun ; tril fie w'd unconcioui.y From her prlwh tomme; -in ' - little children sin; i .aja tin- the hirdofjone. l , th winds lue lijht lea resworn On tii current of the tune it , k tit Alt'. cleft fr nif, U lite h.de mj pelf in Thee. !, me iiide mj -olf In Tlieo ' hot hr M'ul no need to hide; Mlnt tne s n;as pun; could i Hi. "tie had no thought .reside-, ttie words unheedinzly r. 1. rum l untouched by care, ir mi nt they each miht lm On.nif fitter lips a -prayer l.rfk" Aires, cleft for mc. L. I ii. - h n'J "If a Thee." j; v 'A j'. cleft for me" I t- a vomnn sans them now; - ,-i 'a'iii pl"W and wearily ti h tod nn her aching hrnw. , -,'ilit Hinjasftorm-toted liird ft, t- tli wearj' win the air, ,' mte with surra ttirrcd K , r m liable a prayer. r " An, deft fur toe, 1, me It doinj self in Thee i. k ' A e. cleft fur me I. - rr ma asred fun; the bjmn j.i ii. .v and tenderly ,. wnweuL and eyei frwndim, i , ii. !i lie ...

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 May 1874

THE BTrHLTKTGrTOlSr. VT.. :f:R.E.E PEESS, PEIDAT MOENIN&. 3kIA"5T S2 . 1874.-. Tie Lar-raor Catalioa ."t-'i- -jC ...... JLl iljlill -JKIII iyltiJn he become greatly simplified within a week vt. -a. by the withdrawal from the field of Mr. Part and Mr. Barlow, and by the Tcxy ixllIUT. MAY 22. ISM. mwi -r. .l--ayln I'-auc. i.u- or ofVenaiatt will meet in mi a'-teaa-day. t ink ..eloei .. 6a-Us- jmr- u. m i . i-trr-i. al-tar !ar fa-rrt---.LeUU-u , , ., Trea-ar.: i -a-tpo-tad at w, -:.t.e.eelil.ai .- - I.t. a! u ! a sui' 1'atn-o.t IVim! rjl Irtmutl -L.tr . 1 r)l-, ,i ti e t.oT-oni.on hv rlssieral i" a. : l : i' '- - ' e de -- root etch tit-fr: t ,uj aeleeeat t eaca one a-maxer u . . rve- IftTW. u- cu: tor Uie iteini"- , - it-tTTwr lr.t laat Etatrelec a. reaaarkahle thoa-rh cot surprising faror with which the public suggestion of Judge Pack's matae his been responded to, in vsr-i-mis paras of the State. The extracts from the Vermont press which we have copied, show a Terj strong set of...

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 May 1874

SOUTIIEIW XEW YOUK The Stair Comntlon. He call for the Republican State Conven jn w;th the official apportionment of delegate-, will be foaui in oor co,u,lln!,to JlWeare requested to say that blanks for credential- of delegates will be tent to the Republican town committees, throughout t',e State, in due scajQn. The Third District. The call for the di-tnet convention follows shirp artcr that fjr ttl0 Stst0 conTCDt!on The convention i to be held at Hyde Park ,., the tenth of June, a week before the state contention. The convention will l mainly a matter of form, as the nomina te ,n if 'ln- G- Henlt!e. our present ieptable representative, for re-election, is .'ntirely a foregone conclusion. au-ios. Henry Wood had bis left ltg Vuken by being thrown Irom a wajon ,', the afternoon of the Hth in-t. The small-pox is again raging fearfully in M John", and many deaths are reported. It a said that Isoyes Bros., of Hydepark, b .1! compromi-c with their creditors.paying 1,1 cents on tne dollar ...

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 May 1874

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1874. 5 Tlie l.ni:l).cr. It iia rareand quirt vouth A . h,i nan true was 1, I nt nkt-d hid tate with this tt . J-ls wvuld 1. j at. Lot man. ' u: lltr ..ate fci' a c- 'iriet beau)d i m." l-it ti 4r; cloUa. II a-?, n-i t wsilth or f-e v At ) 1 iare heard bia. t monarch would re ".-a. ta t" tr aa tte did surTey. A inun; engineer was fa. i naught wiiii bun Mat right. N.rc u .t he Inf ill-!ufk tores, hi rp ..; h - T rMitt-' Tii'l m rain this engineer W iu''i w-.rk w.th isaiu and mit-, II - 't wf iDCtirTeotk-caQS .1 - i i.e- were all r'jiit. A . 1 1 It t if vt 1 be woald run, Bu' a . lit -aitwd rij that Wa- u-t t ka w that fa bUsKi:. Ani nt tlie ,-nl, was " flat," 7 ike s irtp he never tri"! l',u: wM' becorwa his lot N r -i -1 f.e rtark and wily art Aid" ft con id not " plot." A-1- m a' the land om day, L k j: other el:. Ttt- r en roe, and rwj n 11- was laid out" hinml:. Twe men ujn the btdr sat. Ami thiu rdiet did Male H e find be ...

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 May 1874

Tlie "'tie orColIInt .'nvfi. indent of the Flood In Missachnsctts, en May fini Kth, 1S7-I. BT JOBS OTLE O'REILLY. k . I,'"''(!,llrri,3Ini:down t ,iu ttie msin; fi-bt from Winchester town ; . .n ' t me mat shook the earto t'i itienattns throe at a at ton's birth; Kiii tli' - n'l'f brare man, free from rur It- Nht-r wlf r I'aul Kerere, Uii r ?leJ what they rii-keu. Irei from strUe Aiw .t-- i'rom'K- ol glorious pay hla life. T'ie iaterul valley has waLed and stirred. An i thi inwt!riiu echoes of life are heard ; ,. ,iew -t H clm.C8.to the trees and jrass, n i ti early toilen tmilins pasi, V- fit . -lance a?ide at the white-walled homes ,i- u rh valley, where merrily comes , !,- - k that ariles in diamond rills a ' ii -uu imb o er the llamp;aixe hills. ; ff i- t. that pas?d like an ominous breath R, , .i, er ii iear or touch of death? m .- I Ihe ralle is peaceiul ftill, i' e tree are afire on top of the hilL w ii t :i -und. nor a thin; of tense j , p,i n, 1 kv tbe pans of the short susp...

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 May 1874

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 29, 1874. BflRLINfiTON, FRIDAY, -MAY 29. 18T4. J. ItEXUIllCT. lSdllor. fn itis $2.(H it y tmr, .lir.ye In ntlvenee. lirimlillmu Union Mle fn"H The CnVn Republicans of Vermont will meet In Convention at Burlington, on Wednesdaj , 1m of June. 1671, at II o'clock, . m., for the pur- po of Dcmlut nicanalJstos .'or l.overnor.weuien nt-tiovernor .nJ Treasurer, to be supported it the ensuln- Stite election, and also for tbe appoint ment of a fatate Comm.ttee. The rtepnblican Voterf rtho State will be repre sented In the Convention by their Delegates, to be chosen on the basis ofeno delegate from each town, and one additional delegate for each one hundred votes or fraction over fifty otcs cast for the Repub lican candidate for liovernor at the last State elec tion. By voteof a lormer Convention, the State Com mittee are constituted a committee on credentials, and Delerates will provide themselves with proper certificates of election, sig...

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. — 29 May 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1874. SOUTH El XBW YOHK. Sat week Tuesday the Mendelssohn ,i,.intettcClab give a concert m wis city. Charles 11. Harding has been confirmed ... f Rmilfiird n.i-ima-"' WeiroitD.-W.il. U. McAllister, of St. ilians 'U be tneoraior uecorauon nay, ilrnivovu Market, May 25. 150 pounds j l.uttcr were sold at 23c to 25c, and about of cheese at 8c to 12c. The steamers of the Champlain Tranpor- ,ti in Company now leave, going north, at ,ki p ia., instead of 5:30, as heretofore. i ,-ntv-fivc barges laden with lumber , armed at this port from Canada, ,t,tl.ina dayor two. r ;v li-liing for shad is becoming a favor- . ,,t ;ih anlcrs. Tlicy aro thus taLcn -I' .'.mnecticut ia considerable numbers. . , ... ...... .iinnnl fr.im this station over , I'mtral Vermont llailroad, for tho week ,,. Mav23d ,'.)9 cars of lumber, 11 of o ind i of coal. srn. Pi'Stal Chances. Martin Perry t.-cn appointed postmaster at Dover, H.nlhim county, and Henry P. Haw...

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. — 29 May 1874

The rufortunate School House. A DHE1M. There was a town a in on j tlie hilly That had a fchool beset by Ulf Its fence to rain gon. The trattet watched the school prccresa And heard tbe boyi their sins confest. Hat let the lence alone. One day Mr. Barnum came to tbe town. And Dron ;tht an elephant sreat and t-rcwn, Alonwlth his mammoth show. The elephant marched through the street. This pour school hone h a e did meet. And he U'd the hmldln low. The seven trustees they wlndom learned. The bo s rejoiced n the holiday earned By tbe elephant great and brown. And th next pprlo was raised a tax from the people pockets came furth green bucks Fr a school bouse fcr the town. Mrliic ;lmlie ml SJiir. BT ALFBED FORD. The Spring Is here, two lovers siy, 44 The April showers brias the ay. Ana May brlnrs forth our wedding nay , tt bile tnus another doth complain A oftly pours the gentle ram ; - With April rain fall tears of pain j In Tain to me pnng gras and grain. Sly kt lore comes not back acain...

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. — 5 June 1874

- oii lUfRO of the South. JJT BRET HAETE. Rrfertarg Mission San Galrtel.) 1SC9. ...W the r.dre. believe me s till. J:! i h-o Vun Ju-o. or whatever tou will- I! rvSl S del aad. I fear Ttl- ) tV new one. Will you tear J3bw permitted. Therein 1 1 IU thiadvanUe. tot 1 hold Twt wolte are ?ent to the purest fold. i lid we ae the woh'. if we'd et the lamb. y u'retwwer' tiood. lam. i 'or fine porpofe, 1 zrant you. dim, Te 'iv-n l.-rcd women, and they loved him. inch thought herselT his lait lore ! Worst, Hnj-tliwltlllttb'5,were My-' ,, a. i rwh are thot-e creature? , aince the Fall, pie ry doubt hid a charm for all ' j iu" You are youn;, hut I Indeed i ha f i. 1 pat-ence. To proved : v L.if )u ysted through the upper town tv'' int'. or the roadgocaduwu ,' ta., yv (. There one morn, t und I'-e bw mantle torn, . ,1 a- ii. uiv ui through hisdoublet's Land ", f4 . 'i weiv wrunjedhushands j-ou undertand ' I iV ii - S Md the psipa. " Itad." w '".t tin friar? who found hlra said. , , ' (,unnaUt Wh...

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. — 5 June 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 5, 1874:. BURLINGTON, FKIDAY, JUNKS, 1ST .". ;. Ii:.i:i)ICT, Kdltor. Tcnui S-J.UII n rr, nliraj-t In d m Itenuhllran HUIrlrt Convention A Union Itaonhlicin Convention ofthe Third Concessional District of Vermont, will 00 neia Hi de Park, on lr,intiln.Jiint 10, 1S74, at twelve o'clock m for the purpose of nominating m candi date for Representative to Congress to be supported by- tiie Republican Freemen of tbe District, at the election. Tuedav. September 1, 1ST). The Republican roters of this Onjre-sional Dis trict are Invited to be represented In the Convention by their delegates-, ulon the basis of one delegate from each city or town, and one additional delegate for every hundrea and every fraction of one Lnn. dred larjer than fifty rotes cast for the Republican candidate fcr (iovernor at the last election. The lielezatea to the Convention will be chosen at primary meetings called by the Republican Com. mittee of each city and t...

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