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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 August 1874

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 14,, 1874. ft t llrpul.llcnii Ccrnnlr HomluOlom. FOR StlTORS. WM. W. HENRY. ! Eurlinston. CUIAULES I. LAIH). .! Mlltuu. A. 11. CHEaMOKK. of Huntington. roil AJSISIASt JCPCES. NATIKS1EL rAUKER, of r.urlint.-n. . Is. 1IALBKUT, of Kuex. FOR STATE'S ATTOItV. :i. t'. 1!. HEWITT, or lSarlin;Ua. for HHERirr. Ll'MA-N A. HKEW, of Eurlinjton. FOR niCII BAILIFF. . II. MACOMEER, of WestlorJ. FOR JFDT.E OF TROBATE. fOWlEY K. WALES, of Burlinzton. r.invuti: or ii:ri:i'Tix: Intlir I1C1F i:rlil.liii Tow. Co. ,!!! ill i'tiltlrmtri. on ni. . . ......i.l.. 11 t.tiriKirtln? toUe IgCUClt ,'n in.l ul- "t tli.inty. to call aMic moct- - h.i- liR UV ... . . ... r..nrrntion. IieW at Esi .. t.i the committw appointed l.y that , v Y- a .11. o! courc. .! tlie deception ', , - .tteapteuto b. pr.n -t m n other.-at i .e-Mt.-e. n.ll . '""' " common y it It 1 1. las ) HepuM'iun K T. Hoi brook, Committee. ,., ,:i..M.T A.M VHI.MTY. t.- i fnnerv at Suantoa i- nea...

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. — 14 August 1874

111 I..IV or ! tr mts. p. k. matt. "Oh, w..r!d o beautiful. cuM wo I1W0 N,weirhre in jour fl..wer rrera death A wr.d-rinr in a palc ieIiI, Where the llit-niM ilrawa Ua tnatli. "Ah, jweliliae paed ilirou;li Jon fires ol wine, U'irtb IVri tn time . And the ei-wnee that maU.uriait.iin Ji tier fo tin- cup ofzdd.M And tbe Slisfcr knelt with a l-oard that rushed To bit feet like a, ftorm of mow; But youth in his bosum carnal an4 flashed. And vouth fa hi. voice ?pale low. Vet the queen lay darlr on the reou-floor. With her e en hid In Lcr hair. "Should ehe lilt her lace from the duit any more. They moaned, it will not telalr . AU night, with the moon, she w at chef awl wter. Nonr in her ear is sweet. All day, like the de-id Vin2'Bhadow,l,c keep Jler place at the dead km;' IeeUn "Your hcaut i worth all other thio-s The insolent -rods hate wt-n. It fhould not fade for a thousand kin- You shall he fore or the queen." And eloper the JI after hM the charm " Jttf life.Oqueen' that 1 hnnr." bbe r...

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. — 21 August 1874

t t T tl It li it a ten ai1, lor all who die Ttire i a leir . S 'in i mm, Mecding heart V o tr ecry hier. 1 it 'n that hour f paiu anl diea 1 Wit will draw near 1 uo m) dumb: cooeb ami -!ica ti.ie l trrwt-li ier ' V il w iU-li lirr last depart in.: ri In dep -1tiya r : i blithe iu (pir t oa its way Mi holt prmvr , i tu"tirner reunl iu Wer will cum?. A How me t mv lone In 'me. mi and, f ng fti my cIsjo lto.1f ' ,-r, i itureafljctU'ii ted. . .iiu-and wep: i ot ii!Mn implant the r.n-c mv Wart , i choir uij- dark repiue, ret 1 ; 1 1 nt kn..w when I an steeping . 1 1 i zrt und. , -U'ii heart i uld there Xeepini; i u'. . rht , . -if , 'ii lav Mir ncl towath ,t . i-. M -hi , in t ..iteth.- ( i'i. i.fM un !a the t'i i t' it hour fi tit! I- ' g r ..ii n i l-i i j f ,c utli - -t tt.l - I 1 , ,i -lie iu i i r '.- !: wh ta. -1 T - ..ti'-it' i tiz drt'iin.. n'.-rlit, ' i t ,'u. .uia lit ibr 1 nit id Mate. 1 1I i l.i l in l til llnX. t, r p Ml-u the . . T.mea. ; - n ii-!. t n gn tte-t uihitcate o...

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. — 21 August 1874

If - ' m-ri--rT nTTTJT.TAJfiT'll V 1 . I' TL Hj r IVXiOO. - - hiiulingtj. Friday, aug. 21. ib74, Tcrnn-.Si.O" tr, ! In J'n" ,,n HI. I'M .NOMINATION-.. For w criior, A s A 11 B L I'ECK, vr JKKKBO. lr l,i-M!.-.orriir, (J. HINCKLEY, op tufn. t'ur tir Tim,i, J O II X A . PAGE, or MOSTeeLirR. 1'fir ltr,ir.elil-ile 1" e'iiiiKrr.-, l'li.l Ili.tilet, COL CIlAnhES II. JOYCE, OF Rl'TLAND. -,.r llriir,rnlnllr III Colicrfifc, Krrollil lti.lrlrt, HON. LI' K K I'. POLAND, OF ST. JOIIN-Kl'Ry. t'ur tlriirrm nlatU e In 'iii:re, Tlilrd III. trie!, HON. (iEO. W. HF.NDEE, ur MORRISVIILE. Vr. Krechrr's ITO-nre. The statement ot the great divine is at at lail More the pul.Iic a statemcut which, hesays, will lar the light of the Judgment Day, and in which he utterly denies the scandalous charge brought r.gain-t him, and impute to hi" njpTicrit the lowest motive", namely, l.Iackuiail.aud, failini; in that.reventrc Wc do not pnHi-e, at this time, to atial.izc Mr. Beecber's state ment, or to point out at len...

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. — 21 August 1874

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST olf 1874. I Ueiulilli County !iuliinll"- Pim PEKATORS. ttM. W. 1IENHV. o! Burliniton. ,'IMKL.KS I. LADU. ol Jlilifii. A II. ClllisJIOHE. of Iluntinjtun. FOR ASSISTANT jrnGES. NATlIANltL rAUKER. of Barlinslon A. 1! HALISIillT, of risel. FOR STATE'S ATTOKVEV. i. ,' li. HEWITT, of Burlin;U.n FOR SHERIFF . , i N A. l.REW, of Itarluuton. FOR HIGH BAILIFF. 1 MACOMEEH, of Yetford. H.R JIMMJE t.F PROBATE. liH.tr V E. WALES, of Unrliutun. ,ti 1!1..-T. A.VII VH-IST1TV. . .,- .red that C.J. Alecr, Ki., lia ,, it,-: ini a- Danoeratic nominee r it 'f . ! nlita-M Cornet Hand i-to (urni-h ,' . . , .it t'.ie i-uniinc State f'-'-ir at !'- i t wick ending Ausru-t i:.tli, there 'r.-'li.,.i.cd tniio tl'O Centra! Vermont s .,., m tl- iit. l'ofcal, ,. ! s,it l.ad- I lamlxr. i;. ii a Market, Aujust Is. v !- t rm and strong fur all : - The quotations are : -i At lhe mark-1 , lidt-r -"uunn n : ' . , .7. to iaets. ; medium to . - , i huiee. 2S to 30ct-....

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. — 21 August 1874

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21, 1874.. Tlir Kr.utir.il :tr of Hi- TrmIr. f Py lite A-tiW-! "Tl.eSrlionVrr-' Km.l Mile i-miElu-r-ate' 1iite- lite Itwne t' tie i) -ll.-iirJur which Ulljr l" wait. llmmt ttrec.f the day. IIitH In anI rfo prwwJ. Am never trw-toM In van ' Urartu in reli fitter at rt. llvtm, all home a rain ' ii. l-ate tfcrf.ii .-Ii winch all must paw. (tut at thecDd of the way . tit n call itaiate or Cra", A pris'in-ate, they ' ' Tfcrv think it can olv divide, 1M le--. liMvy, a-id Ftronr : Tut we whi ham Jonled iniJ Know thej have natued it ron:r- Kn-iH t nt.t t-tnmz, lut weak, It .tar- all FhatterMand ilijht. Mere liat. ol rhatlnw, that ftreak Ami proie Iho inner llut: t.'ate wriere all Uiiiii? fball l-TCiik All fevered hearts unite. tl. Terr Me. I.eaut ril Gate' ite ,.f tit- Tcuiule "1 UH1 thr.mjh tbeda we u.i wj t Till it ojen Ir u uur aluxic. Hamlr- in hand cl'oe prect. 1 If arti- jxt all parttn:r .iti't j.-i ti, la liud and each -tbrat re....

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. — 28 August 1874

IMIehtrtt. a. p.ki. CI ALICE WlLLlAUS. Two nould with lnt a Kindle thu!it. Tiro hearts that boat as one." NELLIE, loquitur. 11 1 mm my heart: Vou'rc nnie at Urt. Awful ziad tieejou,dear! Thought j ou'd dil r couiethlny, rielle aurh an are mdco you've leen here ' M y tnz semen t iin ciou s ' Ye. Humor- hit the mark ihi time, the victim Charley liray, Kirnw Inm, don't you M-Vll,Iie' pnmt u li mn'tachnts' Splendid stjle I hen lie'- not f bomd fast ilt'M like a seriph, too, Ha pome fortun heel and last. I, i e h'ra - N'tn.-en-e. n't le "mtl ' I inueh f lorenow ;roee, ' 'H-Vi.tt-d. and in tunu I , .-! av t' li m, 1 -puie. . r.:',vck Ilurutiu- l talk Ftuff i I'.n wn. il"n i 1 a I'1 ' Vt j- u'll nu' flume and darts, I. keailit t ttoanl ii.r-ei.ol. t n t 1'C "no ff.nl I tasked ju-t e ' . -i.e I" v r- lufk. Fft, niy dear 1 ,.t : n- k II nnnarii e. I,- tu- i tu pi e-uf 1 e nil te U-.tr. U i : v . L.itT.s; had a-tod W t ti in-1-:, two yean- ajo, I t! ive thru up a. land go" Out I k,iiiu d;i'U ...

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. — 28 August 1874

sssftr-"- SrffStf I ft hc Jrce gress BirULlNCTJN. FRIDAY AUG. 2S. IST4. (i. niwi:nicT. r-nimr. Term SS.o o er, !- In mlli". I'or S.ovemor, A b A II EL PECK, OF JtKlCHO. I'or I.leiil -overuorf LYMAN G. I1IXCKLEY, Or CHELSEA l'or 'Mai Trramrtr, 'J O 11 N A . PAGE, for MUSTPCLIEB. l"ir ltellir.elltiill.e III Cnnslnli l'lrat lll.trlct, COL. CHARLES II. JOYCE, OF RUTLAND, l or llninulilallie III Cillttrt , Second lll.lrlit, HON. LUKE P. POLAND, OF ST. JonNSBrRV. or lcmrceiiltl In Coiisrcn, Tlilril Ill.tricf, HON. GEO. W. HENDEE, or MORRISVILIK. The Temperance Boll. The communication signed "Ben," in another column, though, ot course, not so intended, is an argument for the regular tieket. Conceding sob-tantially the duty or sustaining the republican party by sun pjrt of its nominees the writer justifies the bolt we u-c the word, as heretofore, in no opprobrious sen-e ; in fact it ha no op probrious signification on the ground that the bolters are really the regular Eepubli CJns. Of cour-...

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. — 28 August 1874

1 J A 1 .t.p.iMI.ui. Co.. ii I j- Summation- FOR SCflTORS. UM. W. HENRY, o: Barlin-toa. . lUKLI'-S I. LAIill. ol Milton. A. II. ClllSMOKE. of Huntington. FOR A5SI5M5T JCDGF.S. NATHANIEL rAKKEO. of ISurlinstno. A.. II. IIALBERT, oT Es.el. FOR STATES ATTOUXET. It. P. B. HEWITT, of Burlin;ton. rOR SHERIFF. LCMA.N A. DREW, of I'.urlnztoo. FOR niCn BAILIFF ti. II. JIACOMBUR, of WcstlorJ. FOR JFPCK OF TROBATE. TORHEY E. WALIS, of Uurllciton. Iir Cily Itll-'lilHlI4'. NATHANIEL TAKKER. in ui.i ai;ta a:w viciaiTi. The town clerks ami our correspondents :n the various towns will greatly oblige us ' promptly ending the returns of election n Tiic-Jay. Wo hear of slight frosts, on Sunday -u. a; Milton, in Soutii Burlington, and , r . the lake. This is pretty early for t , I Tmonitions of winter. ( , if the minute-, of the last contcn ti in ' ' 1 '"' Congregational Churches of onii'Ht ire ready for distribution to the ftjjitV- ia Chittenden county, at the I, ,,-e .f licv. (. 1!. SaSord, in liurli...

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. — 28 August 1874

1 I m Vmr Apart. liene-th tha quaint old bridge ju hnr The wires mk music a. they pa i And, winding to tbe elm-tiee near, Vi.a fee the pathway through the jraas, Where we were wont to wilk. alas The rirer winder aa of oM l!eri clli the shade or willow-treea . The Fonllt waters gleam like rold. Arid ripple to the gentle ttreete; But I n far frm lne n the-c The ft' Ixnds orer, hroail and blue. And, m the full and ellow lisht. Von tread the lane oar fuotstepi knew In former daj , when da I were hricbt IV) iifJiys bring tuch eweet delight And rtill the lane with era' Is rreen. With fragrant Bowers the hanki are fair. In ruldea -lots and iilvr rbeen, Tbe bees ftlU haunt the balmy air. Cut 3 ou will fail to And me there. A rain, perchance, I may not see The ruatllns rows of willuw-trees (Which lent a leafy canopy When we "trolled underneath at ease): r 1 am lar aay from thee and theee Our joys for pale oj. Son doesfprin; Pan by and fur tbe rammer call ; hnn do the birds Ioe heart tealc;. ...

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. — 4 September 1874

The KIU.iinI.r. S& iiR). CILIA T0A1EB. - Lt.!i Iatber blown ibont the locks, I, . o 't snowflaku wirerlnj in lh ir. . . u.r iiu-wt i g, flu term? evwi where. .., f.n.-w ir i flood. Ibej'P"!" nI wlur' i nv '.r-sshin-li-'iikoliltaawh'xe. . iTt- .i r.'U-l-nti- icny an lrl, l-i i u, i i ' t acliiD h insB to lijht. - " ift an-l iiks ami 1V t of sold I, i r .-eitures neer - i led in air, in h rt, imUi- lire and Uld, U'i... iuii t the danger that they dare. j -i low si (tore a l-wkmiin? linnd, clcam" or wst ns .Ur. h.efs white, , (i -'i i "l "the j nfei 1 uti1ertiiii1, i , uj. 1!.' sura i- itien; lull n - sht r t . tin? r tju et nan- uiakev red. i in r broken ))!u me flut far and w.de .x ' uz r, h"Vr iij i v.Tiie.id, u i aval- d nt death n every If. -iroft ltird-. it Jnher oar , i! ii' t ur comrade htw are la J m n t and call the more iino n-v mus. uoaiaaiayed. it'ii in. Fpare tbem! Mart they War , i. m i-r human rutty? v )Ii!'ua-jc we may wear ' . r, pjthet'c creatwre die lU-iwa tlien...

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. — 4 September 1874

C A 31 1" ISKUOUS. TIIIItI BAY. VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY JVX U -C IN l in t j . sjt xiu.. : " ' . tr h...ii.r;. tn meh effect: but 1 THIS liKi--.- ; thu is denied bv both Jlr. Beccher ana THE BURLINGTON, BUKUNUTJS. rr.iDAY, sElT.4, 1ST4. 1SOq Veterans in Line. ... ;. iiii:iict, i:in.r. Term.-.-." J ,.--- I" "-'' Til Itcsalts. The re--lt of Tuesday's work is the election vT J-dfe Peck, and the .republican State ticket, by from 20.000 to 23.000 ml jurity, the election uf a legislature largely Republican (though with viaic increase of Democratic and independent members), and w Inch will re-elect Senator Edmunds by a heavy majority; the rc-tlcction of Hon. Geo. W. Hcndce, from the 3rd district, by something like 6,000 majority ; the election of C. II. Joyce in the 1st district, by 8,000 majority or moro : and in the 21 district a closer result than was anticipated, with the probability of the defeat of Judge Poland. In this county we judge that the regular Republican ticket is elected thr...

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. — 4 September 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT. . FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4,- 1874. iitiili.:to.' .ors vici.mtv. Vkrgkxnes Better Makest. Shipped on Tuesday, li,319 lbs. of butter; 313 lb4. of chess?. Price of bat ter, 30 to 32 cts. KicuvtaMJ Henry fiillctt, Independent Democrat, uas elected Representative, of Kicbmond on tho seventh ballot by ten majority over II. A. llod-jes. (ien. Arnold was in town yesterday, and Ti-itcJ Camp Brook', harm; been detained from coming before by liU duties. He was t!ie suc-.t of Col Cannon. It will be freen by referring to our adver tising columns tbat a libera! reward is ffered for the return of a lost pocket book m 1 it- contents to this oCcc. m Amiss IlfTTEa Market, Sett. I. 1 he market was firm though the offering'? nere limited. We quote : Common tofair, -jot- . medium to good, Cf. to 25c; '.hit. :i0to31e; leetion, 31c. NtRu'.t- In Vergenncs tho manage ment ol the city water wotks was made a lending m tnc election, and tbtve who l ilie management of them, wc...

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. — 4 September 1874

rT"--. 5 "1 I " ' THE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4. 187 . . .- - . - -- - . ... i . , TIi rice. I. A Iir chiM in the r Undln; corn Cpro m elcamy bummer morn, Rd popple la hr bosom Introe. Her hair pile sold of dninsfklef, Blue depUis of innocence her eyes. Stirred with a sodden lijht iurprise. ii. A matfeo standing pensively llttt'de a f liver fia bin- wi, tibe hctreth ocean flowerets there ; A swrrt lace on a eta!nles heaven, Bright hair upon the bright ind driven, A foam-bow with its colore seven. in. A jrray sky oer a river mead. A warins wall of flowery reed. White gleani that o'er tht low plain speed. Hark ! i'me one einjeth sweetly there. White water-lilies in her hair. The son;a words are r promise fair. Victoria Magazine, Lrtirrrrom Iir. S, V- Thajer. ilGIIT-fEEING IN LONDON THE Ml'SEUM THE TOWER OTHER OBJECTS OF INTEREST THE IEEE TREfS ABROAD. London, England, July 2 J. 1574. A touri-ts pay. I hate been for ncarlv two weeks doing up London, and I...

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. — 11 September 1874

Iccon Jones' experience. Arlansa Conference 1ST. Er BRET UB1E. VeV riit tthen ycu las It down, rrrcn. That the flesh Is weak anl a snare - And ti ktp your plow in thefunw whnt-r cattle begins to rare A'ti't no'eare th!nx. And letween us, Tno same nia be said of prayer ' Why. I stood the juke, on the rirer, lf the 1k f . when the critters luund Tfcet I'd jiucd 1 1)8 church, and the en'ctcr Thet, ttay be ye mind, wetit 'round. The day 1 sat down with the mourners. In the eld carap-meetin ground I t"-d all that, and I reckon 1 nrplit, as a pitch, flood more f rthe boys, they represents Baal, And I ELan.li as the Hock of the Law, Vnd :t wemed like a moral fcrimmae In holding asm' their :aw. But thar's crosses a Christian Boilers, htzn t itt that pretense 1 h ) nss h .III no moral purpose, I li ns ex hcz iot no seLse ; T1 i suinebuw, no proSt ,i rvtr their first expect. ! i ! . w I wasj.t last e renin A 'lr.iu' the Throne ol lirace, u 1 t tli it knelt in the corner, mki i-ach 'f ibe boys...

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. — 11 September 1874

am am mi m ISfS i I S3 1 TT-Tre RHRLINGTON VT.r FREE PRERH ffRHlAY MOBNIN&. SEPTEMBEB llT- " " L . - " - 1 1 I the benefit or our opponents. Wc are not so strong that we can afford the co'tly 'uxury of quarrelling anions ourselves. Whatever oomcs,thcse Rcpublicans.who hav ing done tbeir best to secure the nominations of the best men in the caucuses and conven tion, hare stood squarely by the nomination-, of the party when made ; have declined AM las Halm. to admitncw tcsUof Republican orthodoxy; Tho "check" of the New York World i- ' have refused to countenance any trades ; i ...Mt,.,.. kV,;n i.t i..t nf i Lave done and said the things mat maiee aik sm $mH BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, bEIT. U, -S?i. :, iu;ai;iict, Kiitnr. Term.--52.ii er, In ad- a nee. its reader- take no other paper aud that no correction will etcr reach them, it i. com monly rcckleor truth when it thinks it can make an thing by falsehood. Rut it U not often it has the chance to manufacture a lie as big as the assertion...

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. — 11 September 1874

itri.i.;Tx A.n vici.mty. Si. Albans ttniEis JJikket. Common to fair, 20 to 25c ; medium to good, 2fi to 23:.; choice, 30 to 31c: selections, 33c. JIicmtoxD Bitter JIakkei. Sept. 7. At market, .WO boxes of cheese, and Mies at 10J to 12c for plain farm dairies -age and factory, 12J to 13c. One hundred arid forty tubs of butter wero sold at 2." to is for (air to good ; choice 30i The house lately occupied by the Sisters 1 PruTidcncc, 03 St. Paul street, has been I urcha-ed by Charles JlcWilliams, who w,1j move it to his premises on Cherry -irect. A now dwelling lor the Sisters ol Mercy, who arc coming to this city, is to c built un the site made vacant by the rc- I ,c -,.ceoh of lr. Itossitcr V. Haymond , I'.vm uth Church meeting (crowded out . r i uuin- hitherto by tho reunions, ., j u . :i.n-, and tnustcr) covers some - not t-nii'hed in the committee's ro -t itt.i will be found to contain some im , f uit anJ interesting contributions to tho I n f tlie Brooklyn scandal. ni s, ad Distr...

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. — 11 September 1874

THE nTJRLINaTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11. 1874- JttKiUn H.U1. it astute o'seircHXEssr. Zaletka U fled awr, Thoa-ht 3 our l-olu ani your ban were ttron A miDKret time to the rate ummj Ami stole her away with a Fonj. il - - is was rattle nd fwtet. It inatlflieriounrliMitMit, It ztrt a thrill to ter faint heart ..will. And winss to her weary feet. Ztileila was not for j e, Thoaib your laws ana your threats were hard The min'trel einie from ieyon(l the . An4 tew her In fplte of your guard Ills ladder of K'm was slight. But It reachel to ner window height ; Each Terse to frail wi? tbe silken rail From which her foul took lliglit. Th minstrel wan fair and yonn; ; His heart was of lore ami fire ; Hi ? in: was raeh as j u ne'er hare sunj. Ami ml loiecvuM infpire; He sans cf the ffiphin tree. And the passionate iioirin; seat. And tbe lorel land of hie mint trel hand And with many a eons It these. Hdrew her forth to the diftant wood, Where h.rd and flower were zay. And 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. — 18 September 1874

Ur Ul Irji. Or ft brw Rwfi Mt ttkr4 )n p. fry 14 r tarvMBg T- ti4 im trlrtRBC. A4 w ad I itoi W tctlir. la ik (Tk.llmt f wlotrjr ttitW, As tK bar, -.-aunt r tr bai, Hhm.k the r 1 n. fin lehfteU, tuid anl rwi. Ub ! in ti-rt -ilterliir rd w mid ". the I' t In. will tor thJj) that wTCld ; Our lsxt trj t we were k jtinj. I c.-uld htftrlb word i jcu soibeJ, Ami4 oor tnlc-nite wMpin;, Awl lb clow from my ci jer prayer wi rcU-ed l.y fh chill around ni crenint Kn.m lh lent paths, wherf In tammer weather, i-atb,yy, and music had mfct Uetlier, Pruni the cry of the tea mew flitting pat. O it the wild white wmh in the bitter Matt, hr.'tn the t reat ers that crashed on the hollow MnJ. KrcmtbeDoubof the trpeisccr the dull, tl.-iuip I rra ma and there r-we Jfo more, no more, our last to ft we were keeping. There wis not a pale Imd left. In eooth, '3iid the dry lea tea round us heapin-, Vhn bitter han est of recklefsjouth, T'Ui' inn hand was reaping; Cur lips still said, Forever, furvrer, As the tr...

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. — 18 September 1874

.WT,v'cL-i.V"ia" is-i umti.i.v(;r.)N.nui).&MT. 18, ;. iu:xi:iiit. iiir. !,... yJ.OHn i cr,l. i" "The uege-ti.in.l Mr Willard for Seiw- t..r n. n- i.ucc ..i Mr. EJ-ur,,J--';;. l.l, Wrio.nt ooM Jo. ell to th.nk alHint IfcforeJadge I'..land' little in s- l.ai t.i; . nus.lu.ulJ havcrfC 11 uou "" ami. M i,..t K!mands?"-S-ria;fW a . 1 1. .. ;... mt l)IIi P. 1IUI. 1 litpufitican. M Tl ere i no nccJ to giie this "feeler any none- on account of aty effect it will tan w Virraout. Our reoplcarc proffered many tucjiotiuii a to men and measures from tlic t-anic Mjurcc, in the cour-c of the year ; but ccau recall no ca-c in which any or tiiem werecver lollowcJ. Even if common ly di-po-ed to accept advice from that quar t.r. thi-. piece would be rejected by nincty i.me out of every hundred Vermonters. Uut l. r Hie uke of out-iders who may be led to ilnuk it a po-ib'.c thin; that Vermont rhould drop a Senator who represents l.cr n itli -ucli Iwnor and inllucnec at AVasliing t e may ay that our ...

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