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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 June 1874

Illltl-IACTO.V AXI VICIXITT. i-DHixED Cannon tor G.A.K. I'osts.- t,,it 1, nassd the Senate dorialinc con jemneJ cannon to To-Ls of the Grand Amy of the Kcpublic. ilirnumV how ncit week Wednesday. There wasa digkt frotTuesdaya.m.in the north r' r thc city ana along me inter- tale. : Fll Barnnm. of the Iodine Springs Houe, ,otnd shortly running a daily mail bo- tween tlie I-land and Milton Falls. ('iiELtEHS. Mr. John McGregor of Essex and Mr. l!res-cc of Albany, will contest a mati-h of fifty games or draught in i.utiana , ..mmcni'ing June 23d. The New York Tunes calls "Merrie May" tue niut dk-olute and capricious of all the ton iraliicd months which liaye caibarrasstd it,r ,.pcnin; of the present year, sr Albans Butter Market, June 2. 1 be market was dull. Common to fair 20 to :.-. . medium to good 22 to 25c ; choice 27 anl 27c ; selections 23c. LikE iew Cemeterv. Kli I'oquct has '.con appointed by the Cemetery Commis-.,jner- keeper of Lake View Cemetery, vice i,, IJ. Iham, re-igncd....

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. — 5 June 1874

'2f I 'CI THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 5. 1874. 'I- The Kosy Wine Cup. BT SARAH G CT STILL CHAT A. Oh. touch not the roey wine rap. Tbo Its brilliance should charm thine eye. For he who fball drink Its contents. Has opened a iy to die. ot die as the trortf idij- tall It, But die to the cooj And tine, And blunt all the fine perceptions That ever ennobled ou. There Is power In the rosy wine cup To send thro tne heart and brain Bewildering thrills of plea? are. !:FpeIItn the bosom's pain ; But 'twill only return more sharply When the fire of tbe wine has passed. For thedresms that It may awsken Are only toa bright to Urt." Oh. truit net your power ef keeping Yourself from tne sboals before Tour ttrenjth. In an enl moment, 3Iiy ltare j ou lorerennore ; For ue wine cup bas conquered millions, And the loftiest minds wearth Hire sunk to the owet level rom a slass in An hour of mirth. There Are desalite homes where the demon Of drink has destroyed their lisht ; Ther...

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. — 12 June 1874

Tlie Profane Village. AFTER LOXCrELLOW'S " E1CELSI0E." A trarellio: Califrrnlau, One morolnr met taotlier man. And akwi. Watt town is tali ahead !" To waica the other briefly paid. On itrode the traveller, some urpriied. But that the man was drank eurmiied ; For w&o unless a little high. To i civil question wyulu reply, " You be damn !" While thus fals cogitations ran, He orertk another man, jlni him he questioned u before, Kwreirins thla reply no more x no more "You be damn!" The trareller answered not a word. But seems just ahead a third, Aked him the pelf -same thins at once, KeceiTins hat the same response, "You be damn." A"tmiahment ujon him rew t ftrancer thins: he nei er knew j UiUanry, half he scarce knew what A fourth inquiry only brouEht Vou eilaum'" U some nrlnm liercalout ? And bare the lunatics cot out! aii if their mania all the same," Thought he, " that all of them exclaim, Vou bo damn!" 4nd then be let Irs wrath row hot; ' There'll be a B;U upon tae spot, II any ...

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. — 12 June 1874

V i't -i . is; ft 7 -i THE BTJIiX,lN&T02s . VT., FREE PEESS, EJ1IDAY M OENIN G-, sTTXLSTE 12. BITRLINGTOX, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, isfl. EEXEDICT, Wllr. Tersus Stl.oo a Tear, attrar "t"""' KKPCnLlCAX SlJIlATIO- 'or ltcyirrsciitatirc In Coiurrw. Third lllsttlct. HON. GEO. W. HEXDEE, or V0EI15VIUX- I ltrpubllr.n I nlon "tmtr foiiTciiIloii. The Deion Beuuhllesns of Vermont will meet In Conventsss t Barlinrum. en Wednesday, the 17th day of Jon. 187. At II o'eloek. .I0.. tor the por metllomlliUascawlilltt!wireTTior,l.lentD MljXiBMr snd Trealarex, lo he rapjssrted it tte ensaoaz Stile electieu.ano alsotoUMappoiut--meot of a Mete Csranrittee. The Rapafchou Voters of the State will be repre sented in the OonreaUtn by tlselrlieleratee. to be eaosee n the liasif of esse eesesale from eteh ton. mod aiM;l.ur.ai detesrale Mr ceah one hundred t-.4es ct traction over fiftr vatat east lor the Kepub lieaneaniildale for Governor at tbe hut EUte elec tion. t w i ' a lonue- Convention, the htate Ccea mttt...

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. — 12 June 1874

iu ui.i-'v:t-v Axn vickutt. Malt rlltltl tn. mooftheJcricl.o Republicans decline i to elect delegates to the State ht ran COS I r, mention. They say that the notice of the caucus wa entirely insufficient.and that nI.ir a Muall portion of tho Republican toter were aware that a caucus had been rallcJ till it wai over. The towns oiStowc. Elmore, Wolcott, llvdcrark, and WatcrTille. in Lamoille county, have elected Tcck donates to tho State convention. Lowell sendj two Peck delegates. The Orlcani county delegates thus lar elected, arc generally uninstrutted, and jnovt of them not committed on the GoTer B,ir .juc-tion. Tl.c Barton delegates arc understood to V lav )raWe to Judge Peck. The Democratic Stato Convention will be K.l a' Montpclicr, June 23. Hat Hc-t they render it, " He was a grjnrr and they took him in." Xw is tho time to "squelch" the apple r, ; w rms if it is to bo done at all. It ij climated that the yield of raaplc nar the past reason reached 15,000,000 i "ini-, and was wo...

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. — 12 June 1874

The GboilA True Moo . V1ifii I w&s a boy in an old churchyard Aterrible shoetappear'd. And oft looked over the ennrchyard sate. With a Erlsly. srilly beard. lie had eyes as briritand as round : ram. And a pile and bazard cheek. . And youTsw he was thlnkins. thlnkins mud, Butnerer a word did he FpeaV, Bare once, when a drunken old man declared The roost his thin arm did 'tretch. And emose him hard, and the old man beard The host call out, " Von wretch And he rtarjer-d away, and from that tame day Did the drnnken man repent , But nerer asain down southernhay Lane The trijhten'd a.nner went. The -host had his home behind an M ttml 'Neath nettles and bramble" nM. Aad there I -m told that he aleptm tie mould And nil cover was a coffin I.e. A hospital close by the churchyard stood. Thafwhene thedln tortures wcrecrrln;, lie put out hie ear to hear ; And once 1 remember. In dreary December, At nirfit, as a truant paesM by. He taw the old sheet iooktni white as a post. And Cashing ont fr...

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 June 1874

1 . ... feuir if 4'WgV fr ggP JPa VOL. XLVII. NJZV SERIES. VOL. XX. BURLINGTON. VT.. FRIDAY MOENING. JUNE 19. 1874. NUMBER 51 Little Foxes. Little foxes, Fpollins The 1Iored vine Tnwted la my tendins Br the One Dirine. Ittle axes, wherefore litre ye entrance louna To the viae so prwlt-ui Grovia; in my ground T I Is re ye Icajed the fence T Hare j e climbed tlio wall re there tiny openinssl Ye are very f mall. And ye wn creep lylr Through tiny Fpace ; But I thought 1 closed up Every open place. And I wafchcd ly day-time. And 1 watched by nl-ht, Ft the rine you're fpoilinj. Is my heart's de'lsht: I hate kept the earth worm From Its precious root 1 I hat e trimmed its branches, lint they bear no fruit. For the little foxes Hare awaited the vine. Trusted to my tending By the One Dhine. And though I've been faithful, b.nco its Lirtliday morn. They were in tie garden When the babe was tarn. For they are the fallings That t would not Fee When they were mjr failings. When they dwelt in me. ...

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 June 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-. JUNE 19, 1874. gflic $w Jrcss. bTiUUXOTOX, FRIDAY, JUNEifl' 1874 ;. i:. Kirvi:icT. i.iuior. -Iriu.S3. ear, alms-a In atlvancr. HKITJILICAX JOMWATIOH l'or SJoirriior, A S A II E L PECK. OF JERICHO. For I.irnl.-;vrrior, LYMAX G. IIIXCKLY, OP CHELSEA, l'or Mntr TrMiurtr, JOHN A . PAGE, OP If OTPCLIER. l'or lErprrsmtatlrr In ConarrBS, Tlilrtl lliitrirt, HON. GEO. W. HENDEE, or aiokkisvillc Ihlltrndrn Connlv Ilrpubllran Convention. Tlie Union Republican voters In Chittenden County are requested to meet in Convention, 1j their delerates.at City IIalI,Burlin;ton,on Sattr iiav. Jest 2"tb, I $71, at eleven o'clock in tho fore noon, for the purpose of nominating candidates for Senators. A?'.!tant-Jndses of the County Court, Jnd;e of rroliate. State's Attorney heriffand llish BaililT, to be f apiiorted by the Republican Freemen of Chittenden County, at the election, Tuesday, Septemt-tr 1st, IsTt. also to elect a County Commit tee. The basis of ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 June 1874

"rKI.IXiTO V AM VIC1X1TV. The Rcpnbllcan Convention for Franklin Countv ha been called at ShcIdop,Jnly Ut. There tras dipped from this sUtion orer the Ctntral Vermont, during the past wcet, m rar3 0f lumber and 00 of coal. The commissioners of the Montpclier and Kutland Ilailroad will meet at Rochester, the 23d, t0 pcn hooks for subscription to the stock of the company. cbc-tnut stallion, belongins to Jlr. II. 1! Fi-k, of I'ndcrhill Centre, was stolen from his owner's stable, on Saturday, the i;th in-t. No clue has jet been obtained ol the thief. raong the appropriations which passed the House, on Monday, was one of $5,833. f .r the approaches and grounds of the Cus toms House in this city. The trustees of the Uarlinzton Savings Bank hac declared a semi-annual dividend ,l four per cent for the ix months ending J..l I-'- Mii.Tiix A valuable thorough-bred Short . rn Durham cow, belonging to 11. K t '.ai'in, wa choked to death with a potato n the ISth. she was a rare milker, givm; 4, t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 June 1874

THE BTTBLINGTON. VT. , FEEE PEESB, TEIDAY MORNING-. JXJJSTE JL9. 1874.-. Ilomacc. BT TnXXZAK TTISTEK. White daisies on the meadow Ereen Prwent thv bea&teuus form to me . Peaceful acd joyful tfteae are seen. And peace and jor t ncomnais tbee. I witch them where they dance and shine And tore throi for their beauty's thine. lied rose sTer the wood-land brook Kmmiter me thr lorel y face c Mushinr and so rresh it looks. r-e wild and thy it radiant -race. I kiss them in their cor retreat. And think of lips more soft and sweet. Gold Arrows of the early mom boot fwiltir oTer eastern seas. CM tassels oT the bendm; com That ripple In the Aurust brceie. Tar wBdirrnr smile, thy Iterions hair. And all thy power and state declare. Wb'te. rod. and jroM the awful crown u: r rtne and of twenty, too ' from hat a aetzbt those ej es loot down On mm wh.' proudly dares t sue. J i-l. ire rmni self asiiod from sin 1- lort tnat lores nor asks to win. Lit i.ic ''nt lore thee In the fjower. The waving nas...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 June 1874

Jfoll'n Her Limb. (Boston. ISTt.) AFTER BRET UARTE. Ilyar. yon durne I skunk. Her ve beam tell All about Moll N' her fo'-lezied doll t Vebavn't! 11-11! Why, the yarn's lions. ii. Twos s pup ram WU. call It lanib I don't car a bit. It's lleece were white! Sonny, je'rerifht. White via Just it. b,alitUebml. with fl" " white " and m. This animile, -rm-where that Ss juvenile. i..t.iffS EUre lo f r.icr diuu ,11, lstuti was iu. ,n A(XI or out P"- I He war iurt ttar I Or tharabouL. Wall. Mary once She went toachool; She wan't no dunce. And that lamb hoo! Went ter school too. Like a durn fool ! ,i fallowed her p, school one day, which, waa a-onst the rule t inade the chil dren lauzh and play, to ace a limb at school. .,nd so the mis-trr-s turned it Now aheep in Uitr Wa'n't 'cordin' to Ho)lo Noway you fix It. So the kid eur'. And theachool ma'am roile And out the kicka it. VI. Did the lamb srctT Sea reel r, ou bet. Thar he did keep. l.m ft, II tlinser e 1 u sr. -md noiu asasueep. Firm as an 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 June 1874

t' t"! THE BUELINGTON, VT-. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOBNING, JUNE 26. 1874. M-Vii t .i It biirlington, fridav, junk sc. ist4. .-. ;. itiixnmcT, lMitor. TeriiiM--S:.oOn )r, alt-nys In mliier. Ili:iTIll.ICAA' JOJIIXATIIIiv Vttr s;emor, ASAIIKL PECK, or JERICUO. for l.Ieu!.-.'orruor, LVMAX . HI N.C K L Y , Or CHELSEA. I'nr Slnlr Trf usurer, JOHN A. I' A (i E , or MOfTTELlER. J'or Kriircsenltle In Consreiis, 1 IlWtrfrl, HON". GEO. V. JinXDEE, OF 3I0RR1SV1LL.E. (blllrailcn Conntj Krhubllran Contention. The Union Republican -oters la Chittenden Cercnty are requested to meet In Convention, by their delegates, at City Hall,Earlin;ton, on Satte- DAT, Jdse 27tb. 171. at clcTen o'clock in the tore noon, for the purpose of nominating candidate for Stnator-, AfSiitast-Jodires of the County Court, Jadxe -r IWiate, Bute's Attorney ,Sher'irand Ill-h Ei l,fl, t" be supported by the Republican Freemen of Cli ttenden County, at the election, Tuesday, S itemler i Ft . 1 I. also to elect a County Commit tee....

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 June 1874

B5" PRESS, FRIDAY . MORNING-. JUNE 26. 1874. "7 .l-MliOTnnrT7l ii iIJT'-Tt-Mr -nr1-- - T T T TT! r TT X? T. T "NT fTD TNT VT.. FREE . .vnvinviTV. rblltenicn Count) romics. To the list of candidates for Senator is to . I I.add. of Milton, Walter A. Weed, of Shelburn, VT. 11. II. Varney, or Charlotte. Judge K. J. Morse, of llolton. aad Geo. -V. Style, orilantngwa. r.,, s.,le Judces. A. B. Halbcrt.of tcx. Win. Miller, of WillNton. Henry Lawrcnco, ofSt- (ieorge, and lira HosCord. of Char lotte, arc talked of by their friends Summer wsitors are already flaciing to Monoid Hotel. Stowc; lOSroonu me ." - are already engaged. Hi-nuncios. The Republican caucus Tnrviav evenins. elected eight delegates to the County Convention, all for Dr. A Chcsai'TC for Senator. II Sr. Albans UrriEK Market, June 23. n... market was firm. I'riccs Common to lair 00 to 23c; medium to good 2j to Cc; choice 27c ; selections 26 to 30c. Hi misi.tos. I'our persons were bap- t bv the Iier. Mr. Kellogg, on Sunday, ,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. — 26 June 1874

THE BTJELINQ-TON. VT., FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MOENING, JUNE 26, 1874-. Klnc s.tra'ivlirrT-J Kin; Strawberry ii sweet and la-:. Itt-aJfBSUS.e'faoN.elr, II' cheeks are round and red . Yi hat maiden weald not wed A Kinf-MEair and sweet -lie ix-ood enouzh toeat Kntond and red Hi he. Best., Ms royal family. b-n-r Strawberry, in dawk of cream. Wins honor and esteem . He'd captivate a eamt . ISo poetry can paint Ilia loveliness f saee. His sweetness and ass -Trace, lie 10 a re-rai rue! The host thai honors him u Meat iOnr Strawberry ia a jolly anal . He t-eara anowia-fcoi . I-nre wine if fare to flow . lie hold auuuaon cup. An.i wi alldnrutitwp . it is the cap that Sows .tin ut icebnatinr woes, t i. Strawberry Is prosperous , A: i be is aiding us I i-ay ocr honeetdne' : He cares not for ourviews I I churches nor of stile Ai. aelitbothnal. jnd Teal, help ns to red-i u. N t- i-erries red aod sa.iw-white cream. Ki: Strawberry sees lure and then Tn nit and !a ' T- beipsumeeaate a.'.ni rrarraoee an...

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. — 3 July 1874

iKjiantirnl tribute to Father Front. Fnncl! Blthoney. appeared onirinally In a fiuWa i2rn M nr tie death of A. author of -The ffiofbhandon." "It It." art a correspondent ol tie B-ton Courier. by fir the best of the sej iLl II ilemorlam eltnsions which I reniemVr read a at the time of the demise of the Irish wit. scholar ana i1 TO TUK MEMORT OF r ATUCK I'HUl r. In deep dejection. hutfwlth affection, I ulteo think of those pleasant titue, . ' .... j.P.iVnur. ere I touched a r liow I read and roTeled In thy racy rhyme i u hen in wine and wassail we to thee were va 01 Water-srmn MIL O "nouned 1. P. May the bells of Shandon Toll blithe and bland on The pleisint water! of thy memory. roll many a ditty, both wise and witty. "i .T7. iw 1 cltr line I heard aince then al. W tb the class lefore mc, how the dream comes O UiC. ii' tuo-e attic supers and those vanished men) nut son; hath woken, whether fan; or siKiken, or jth left a token of such joy In me. As the bells of Shandon That sound so 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. — 3 July 1874

if ' mi ma gin7 .free grcss BHRLINGTON, FRIDAY. JULY 3. IS74 lUIIIr. I'asr irrruor. ISABEL PECK. l'nr Wrtil'Trrnr. LTS1 AN i. HINCKLEY, or aaiu. 1 nr N-e Trrnrri, J u H N A PAGE, live In I'omrrtss. HUtrirt. Tlilrd BOX GEO. W. HENDEi: Or IfOWVILLK. KrT-MAwteati CkiiiHIV Ji.mlnatlMH TO eaVATDRS s W. mar. of Bcrhozt'r CHaMJBB L LaOO, of Unit: A a. OHMI. of Bmttin:!. .. t 1KR1RT Wftrt. K ATHAimB. PABKM. at mxc : , A. B. WUWT. awaes. FOB ROll IIIH1. K. P. 8. HEWITT, of awUbaizUai. roe aannurr ID MAX A DBIW, of Bartbaatri roa siua uairi E. E. MACOHBEI. o' waeBVr . fop jriw;E or paoaATr TOUREY h HALES, of Banian tat KrCBklim (MMtjrnrkr: i - ti.is countv ha.- on it some eict.lcr.t nunc-. Gen. Henry '. former experience in c senate ana citt- n- a niun.i:.'e- ai. i )" i- tician. will mat-- b.... a pru.:n'i urn ir- ' jcntial member of tliesenau. Mr LaJi ! Milton liaslmd some expertcntfc. in tl. lowrr branch ul the Legislature, andali tin .unitors will doubtless fairly Tenreseat toe a nty. . t ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 July 1874

ItrUIJMJTO.V A.M VU'l.MTV. l'roKrnniiiie 01 llit exercises connected Tttn lite Ferentitth i',.mincn.-euicnt of the Uniiersltyof Vermont and State Asrif ultural Colics, July, 13:1, Tli.- pul.lie exere.fM will 1.0 lieM in tho College Stref t Church. M'll'U'. jri.T n. ;, .i a. in. Eaeealaureato Discourse, l.y ILe l'res- ; tj 11. in. Atmiicrsaryof the SwC.cty f..r lllllous A.l.trrs 1 S Kn- ' 0. Brast.. it, of Rurlingti.n. HOHHir, JfLV c .u, a. iu. ant 2.00 ). m. Examination for admU- ..n'u. th.' CniTersity. at College Rooms, i ii ni. Address lcfre the Medical class, by Dr. I. l . llutler.oi uses, i resworn m i erinoni jini-,.nN.c.-ty . i .. in. 'omuieneeinent Concert at College Street ri.ur.-li. TLESDAV. Jl'LY 7. .ia m Annual meeting of tlio I'M Etta Kappa ,t Ji.-mute Hall, i 1 1 . a. in. Meeting; of Alumni at College Ch aj p in. Celi-Irati.n ol tne I'lii lieu Kappa. t.r: ..it ly C.l. lloiner U. Sj.racuc, of Broollj n, . . iu Dinner and Social Reunion of Medical A.u-mi . in. Junior Exhi...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 July 1874

' i TBE BTTRX.IU&TCilsr. VT.. JBEE ZPIRESS, FRIDAY MOBNIN&. JULY 3. 1.874. 31. I.. & Hi slid luetic. ' Item them wholesale Ancient sear V ill bleed and tbrob if you delay. Thrust them in between the ban. Tied up In their packet" "fetay I see mr niether's writinr. and 51y lather's ay, 'tis theirs Indeed, Thourh lettered in a large round hand That their lit tin eon mi-kt read flow 1 priced tbem ' New to Mheol, Jlw my rery aoul did acne ' Gntl tad killed alii tie lonl. If the heart could really break -CU.Rld'j writinr. ' MsweMnay. Whatever happen. I'm your fnend. lie meant it to: wltt-sot alloy Oarfrientakip waa. and aeared n end. ll..w . trhiledroppiBr down ttettreain. Or idly etrcteked an: toe beslaver . tt e snare m Youth's vreawM00"' are jsn. And -sweat to storm tor world together. O leal! t trawl - l.i-h word. 0 feed ' to f?ej .t boyish sorrow . That ClifJ. walk n; with a lord. tteulii cu: in we m.. to-miurBW. Barn the letter Ancient Mars W . Ii.eec and tnrub .! you de...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 July 1874

The MUHucr. tr J. A. AtLLS. Jace Jeoklni was a milliner, A rpiniter tall and allm, VM plouied lier.eiron plumin; hiU ttitii lumc8 and flatter! trim, cbe wore her htZr In corkscrew carla , Tliouih flow'rt and ribbom sbe diuyt .she had, aUs BO beaux. Her little t-tnre km o'er a etore , bite lept tbo latest t le. Her bonnets all were wreathed in flower. Her l was wreathed in fmlics. n -M Tmndation" sbe would taVe, Then all her art would brine T. iwnftnict a "perfect love" -A cm," "a splendid Uiinj." Ht'wdeltly she would tie a tie. Ttioush ehewaa often tired; Tlie ladies all cried Put " Oh. iny When thej her work admired. Cat alt 1 eke mourned her single lot , blie felt che was unnou;ht ; A cipher, yt ke f ishwl for one no would not count her naught. AuP einus fate 1 at length 'Squire Jones, A t& helur forlorn, A miet minded, model man, ( amt- m tme pleasant mom. t) niwr had sent a Ixmnet down T . lfl "done up" trat;htway , Act lKmu-t set it without ftil, she o.uld nut watt a day. I...

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. — 10 July 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
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