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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 September 1874

THE BUELINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORSTUSTGr , SEPTEMBER 18. 1874. i:rui.i.-;T.- a:i vici.mty. (.'iiiitkmiev Coimv Senators. OmcuL (,C.T. The official catnaps of the luta fur Senators, in this county, shows the follow ing footings: Henry. 2,174; Ladd, 2,111; Clicstuorc, 1.SC5: liishap, 1,118 ; Brown, 981); Hun tington. l.jf.3; Miles, 1,50.2; IJejnolds 1,501. The? figures sire Henry and l.add each 31 rotes more than our rcturrn pre ioui--iy puMiehcd, and Ilrownand Bi-hop each 132 Toteslos. Reynolds has 11) votes Icks than reported. Then: differences are made al-100-t wholly in the returns of ward .1 of this city, which were icry erroneously counted or returned, at the time. Mr. D. C. Barber has bought ofN. 11. i'roc tor his property on Mark'sBay.nlnJut nine teen acres for 0,500. Wo taLc pleasure in calling the attention i.f our readers to advertisement in another coluwn of rare business chance. Sr. Alhixs Bcttfji Makkkt. The market, Tuesday, was firm. We quoto common to fair, 2...

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. — 18 September 1874

A Muds' for the CrIIIta. IT JAMES lUrEHT THOHrSOa. A -rrtt km once. Hi I bate beatd. ,nt ml v &asl aiorilijt-bird j . Vbm ..-ee,bouldlic o fit and rtion... s,. tran-ttl til ll ixltkkMiwl 1 1 at 'bev who btard it would eooh-ss Tbr 1 iu". Hue u.le aud irteetis i u.Therf tbe wod vured ihreoih tie pass. rr-.n;m.i a brooklet's el' uen way. llea a bi d ekmureat-d or -wkward toten and eliei-y-ej llathinr in the crj stal tide. Obtrdr tbe kins said. bll2"rn. - , monarch I - bus ""?!, .ul e. arebln;: for a .nf.rL,(i te T.oee. tbe L'f' baall eweer too . mv ';LlTE.-m -Aoieoax my dead " beek te beoom. Tale see. O ' ,LkU'4 "!4- - A .ad and law'- I I' snfins witb "if"; IMim-but lor r ward of -. ' TboQ " erred the In;. ball hi surprise, A iioden ans" in ad eye- rtou InMrnlfieaDt, nauelesenira Tbou mm ' Hat thou "rer beard ofmysrandpelaeeandmythrene pfiaireldaaDreeKUlstne' . Tbouitray. aad-ejed. nresanii.taous lain.. 7 so, entertain a eoun a nd kins teirone bay not another work : lj ease must bo...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 September 1874

Willi. TO L. E. ff. lnashadrsrrovc 15 CTjftalfprlni. Seali shimroerini: light, I saw a child, Aut u sijht wss like an artist's dream. Or lite some fancy wild. With gulden hair, Andeiesifblue Tl.stc.nedaipKslIiand wastrjin; to liida, Vaii other h""1 ''" VVs-holding by lila side. Atsisbtoftho rtraoger. The little white feet For a wonderful minute are still. Like a frlzhtenea nira man neon s toiipea a m n To drink in its spirillng ril And the picture sank Into my Mul, unfcs the sound of a bird's sweet son;, A- it echoes through the green wood trees The whole of a bright day Ions. Hut no Willie stands 111 the spring to-da : ll sorrewinr mother' he is not there. Thy life ha lost a solden raj-. And tears are now thy share. flat thou'lt meet him again In toe hj-an3-by; n weep'roc mother, look up and sac. Tin Ni'lie, irlor.fied, watts beside The ' Hirer of Life,' Jor thee, bhelliurn, Sept. 1-71. u. K. p. Voices nfllie Ilend. CT I. VT. VCrEDILUOX. lew sm-w-pat Jus on the mountain-side, A 'ew...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 September 1874

if Jrrc press BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, SEPr. 25. IS7J- U. i. BILXE11ICT. !' T.rmSU.OO a -r, iliwilii'"11"' touta Carolina Pslllln. We are glad to haie the doubts which New Oeixans, Sept. IB, 1S74. have been thrown on the character of the James Gordon Bennett, Editor of the Her result reached by the late Republican State old : , nr this , - , r- r . ,ir Thit Si : In reply to your despatch ol tnis contention of South Carolina, resolved, lhat j, , wonId wiIIing w re- Gov Mi-es had failed of the nomination, ! 6ipn jf McEnery -would resign also and and that a change from to an, other , .bid. Jh. til man could hardly fall to be a change tor tne f djdllte lortbcofficcof gOTernorof thisSute, better was at best but negative cheer. JBnt and has nothing to resign ; secondly, that there are positive ground, forcing in the , "f result. The following despatch from lion, .j,,,, for members or the Legislature 11 Elliott, SI. C, to the Republican early in November neit.and the Legislature r.... nntrr. 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. — 25 September 1874

ft, ! nilKMACTOX WD YICIXITY. ii tt.a fi.m-lh iareof the KllES PltESS .hi. va-s-s-k will be found a large amount of city and State news, and much more inter- eating reading matter; the first pege is full of miscellaneous reading. Both pagct, in fact, are well worth a careful perusal. The people of Cambridge are to hold a railroad meeting, on Saturday, October 3d, to seo what they are going to do about it. The forest lettTtn hare already begun to s-nm thebeautilulTariegated colors which mark Autumn as the most brilliant season of the year. A child of A. T. Hurd, of Wet Kupert, was drowned in a swill barrel Sunday even ing, 13tb. Alonzo Campbell, of Rutland, has rcceircd a letter from England, conveying tho in telligence that he is heir to 63.000 ster ling. Heiiry Ward Beecher will open the Bran don lecture course, Monday evening. Oct. 5th. This will be tho only appearance of Mr. Beecher in Western Vermont this ca- Sr. Aldins Butter Market, Sept. 22. The market was firm. The quotation...

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. — 25 September 1874

THE BUR, LINQ-TON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 25. 1874. 5iflrt -rt?pnrt 41. .net: BUnLIXttTO.N, FjlIDAY, SEIT. 25. 1674. ;. . nivnmcT. linor. Terni,--S2.00 )rar, la In idii"f The elms in front of the lti2ieo are coming down all of tbciri. Two of tbern are Tery Ene trees, and one U probably the fines t dm in Bcrlin?ton, with the ex ception of the great elm in front of the house of J". tearn, on I'carl street. It was set out, Jlr. Pomeroy sajs. about 55 rears ago, and it dense foliage and the grace ful spread of it bending branches hare been a delight to manT an eye, for many a year. Bat we can't hare it and the straight curb stone and even grade of the street (two or three left tclow the present one) which have been established by the powers that be. So it mu-t go. Some younj trccs,how eter, may be set out in place of tbo old ones ; an i in a matter of sixty years or sj, it all gec well, and their roots arc not chopped off in some new process of " im provement," we m...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 October 1874

Oilr. (Set tlie "-Music of tlie Spheres.") I. The comet ind the Pleiades Went cat to lake a.itllf They wore their oVere-w n- Iieraue tlie ni-tit wis cold. And tliey had a tlibl luteLtfon Of wlkinj round the lulc. II. They itrucV out by the Southern Cro!j Before tiie Weak of day. Drank at the Little Dipper Ai dwn was turntD cray. And hd two rousln- punches As they crossed the Milky Way. in. The run came up, the moon went down. They made Onon'tf belt ; They trod upon the scorpion tall, Aud rubWd off all the pelt, Saj t the Comet to the Pleiades, How slippery it felt. IV. It was noon-Ijy when they reached tho Polo, And look a up at the wire; The Comet said, 'l thought thli Tola Coniiderable higher, Hot things seem tuler far-away Titan when we get up Higher. ' V. They f topped awhile to rett their lejs, And then they started hack ; The PJeiadee were feared to death To we upa their track. The (treat .tear and the Little Bear Preparing for a snack. VI. Tit.- Oi.iutt switched tlie fiery ta...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 October 1874

ci.hr JErrr Jrrss Bin.MXGTON. HI! DAY, UCI S. rcxmii"! l.tlllnr. Trriu S2.00- -rtal It tdtAllCC Ml t. IIUcc. a cm.M!a: or lsGl anh a rouiicAL CONTIL1ST. The dj fullowios I're-ident Linc-lns proclamation of April 14, 1561, officially un-nount-iir-tbe rebel stuck on Sampler, end calling fur 75,000 ninety day volunteers to defend tbe inte-grity of the Union, a few earnest men o-emblt-i at a private honsc in 14th street, New York, to consider the gravity of the situation. Their deliberations reunited in determining to ine a call for a Kiblic mee:io; in Union Square, and the call wa.- i-ued in the- few plain, expressive word.- "Cmien of New York in fevorof main taining tlie Uw- and constitution of the United state- are requested to attend n meet ing at I'ni in Njuare on Saturday, April 20th, at 1 o'clock .. m."' An mutation so entirely removed from parti-cans', ij,. - imperative upon every lover of In- c-utrv. was enthusiastically accept el bv uiei .f all parties, a-.d re-u.teJ in a gath...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 October 1874

m THE BDELINGTON, VT., FREE FEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1874. r.nti.i.x;Ti. axis vicimtt. heard be- Sanr-MO So fir as we are aware, or ever ( 5.,r,Uv evenin?. the Sanrcio Court indces have always ttoo J very square- lv tiv the Lrohibitorv law. Castixton Mr. Patrick Crane, of Cas tlcton. while driwnj Sunday tn tiilenau, was thrown iron Lis carriage anu uau m , leg broken. j When the improvements about City l'ark arc oinplotod, it will be nearly twice tbo will be nearly twice the ' size it was before, as the curbing encloses considerable ground heretofore u-ed public travel. for ! The oCfial voto in Bennington county elects (loo. II. Simmons, Democrat, Judge of Probate, in the Uenniogton district, by over twenty majority over hite, the pres ent Republican incumbent. Jf-nv Hates. There were shipped from here on Tuesday, eed, 11,150 lbs of butter. 5, COS lbs cheese, and 130 dozen e:gs. flut ter 30 to 31c : cheese, factory, 13 to 13je ; eggs 20c !cr oVien. Ceuiws Falls. The village wa...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 October 1874

Jtcc jpress. sir BI1ULINGTJN. FRIDAY, OOf. 2. 1874. iki-:ai:iict. K,ior. rriM.--S3.4 yrr,l In l.ic. From Rowell's Reporter. Maxim. fu advcrli-liorifMly into advertise twice. AdtertUemrntsIaborwhile the advertiser ..levin. A uiereliaot who adrertises appealsdi rectly tj the intelligence of the public.' Even vour CDCmr cannot help weinc and remberinc your advertisements, if you per sist id advertising. One cannot easily get away from tbo effect of advertising. The influence of it eflVcU the natural qualities of a human being, and may be safely expected to. Charlotte. The Eact Charlotte cheeso factory made 1,200 cheeses this season, up to Sept. 10, from the milt of 300 cows. Eugene Mc.N'aK, of Colchester, while out hunting near the mouth of the Lamoille river, a few day si since, shot a large water naltc, which measured 9 feet in length. ine lanaaian contested election cae have resulted in uncatinir. a good many menjbern, and show that in the matter of bribery the people of the Dominio...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 October 1874

Sliter Mmpllcllle. IT STSTZT SCSZIX, 5'tur Simpllrftie, h:nr, c!QmaD to me, S nrtco to sleep. -iae legend loar acd Ion;, 1 w as the suxnicr eos- OltleilEll Ctej. Mill iejend, lcnj and lor, Vv 1 ose tqnal ebb and Cow To acd tro creep Oa the deep marze cf gray, rvreen tbe tout' nisbt andd&r, Washing awake away Into sleep. fioxe legend, low and lcn. evar to weak or suec; AS to let eo Chilo It lu bold this Lej-t iVitnonten ai-h or etnarr, sir as to told this heart Wtea it zhs ' So." s :n loor. loir, twaylnr soar, As tb snated sbadoas Ion; n.ay to and fro, Where, thro' the crowing roeli, And by tbe ewlnztnr. Clocks, tome weary inttber 100 hs r me weary nua. s, a; up aLd d'.wn to ia, Lite a drwm-boat at sea, bo ana still so. Kloat thro the -then" nod "alusv R's-'o; from when tu tben, S'nk nz from tben to wbea, v tr.le t& w.res z '. Low an' h'sh. bia;li and loir, Now and tlnn. then sad now, f-ow. now ; n!, when tho now Is tbes, and nbea tbe then i now. And when tbe low !a hin. and ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 October 1874

Shi' Jjm jrcss BIIUI.INGTJN. FRIDAY. OCT 9, IST4. Tmlre. Of LtCUIallOB. Some of the more important subjects des tinel to occupy t!:e attention of th Legis lature have already begun to take shat be fore the public. The Democratic party Idling adopted opposition to the prohibi tory law, as a leading plant in its platform, a bill to repeal the law and substitute a licence law. will doubtless be offered, bat without hope, probably of anj serious ap proach to succca. Petitions are already in circulation iu the State for the enactment of a State constabulary law ; and the bill al ready deleatod in former sessions, will un doubtedly be again introduced. It appear! to be conceded that the measure, (which has been adopted during the year past by Khode Wand) gains strength with discus sion ; and it is quitelikely it maybe carried, though, of curse, not without prolonged and earnest opreosition. There will probably bo attempts to j regulate freight tariffs on the railroads; to amend the Centra...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 October 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 1874. BCltl.l'a.aTIMr .Wll VICJ.tlTV. Tic olJ.'Ht inhabitant of licctiintt.n i.s Mrs Lucy Bir'aer. ajeJ 01, who i; no hab itcsl smoker of tobacco. Another argument fr saofcers hut t!ion,it d.csn't apply to n.ea end hoj a in this caw. Tbat favorite Now Essland beieraje, c.J -r, prucuwa talc a tcarca article this f!'. In arae paru or Verm let it lirinzs seven to oiil.t dollar per barrel, and llrsre ii not ranch at that pries. A can" tower ts Foon to ba cre:ted on Jatiipcr Irsml to accoemnodatu the foj bell, to which is ta he attached a klrikin e," ira'us, running by dock work. tr Auuns Boties Maemt, Oot. 0 'I' i rcsiket -its Cm end brifk. Wo quote: Craauiia ti fair, 3) to 3ij ; luedinm to j il la to 30:; c'uii!', 40.-; selecti an", 41 Rii'toi A few days ajo Z. Bawcn, H ri . fout.d a 1 i'e tree, from vrbich he took three ban lrc i pound of honey, lis estimates that from fifty to one hundred pjandi were i mt liy the breaking of t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 October 1874

! - ! - TliK BDKL1N&TON. VT.. FREE PRESS . FRIDAY MOBNIN&; OCTOBER 0, 1874, i5i She Jrce $ ress IJUKIXVGTON, FRIDAY, OUT 3, I6T4. nni:inrT, renter. TeruiaS'J.Oti j-rf m In advance. Mr. S. U. Wctton.of Colchester, recently fuand oncof Liibpep bins dead with a bullet hole through bis head iicxLiBCRr It n upected that next ctk Hiur-dij there will bo a branch mect xlo L-ere T tho tui-iMinary ciety from; Rutland. A very interesting meeting is anticipated. Ia addition tu the 250 reward offered by tbeacnt and warden of Clinton Prison, and the ox-e or $500, by GoTernor Dix, for the rttcrn of Fifties, the Albany express rjbbcr, the American Express Company offers 5C0 UiDiciTio.v. The Rt. Rev. Bishop De Goe&briand, of this city will dedi cate the Ei-t Albany Cath-jlic church on the I3:h of Oct. at 9.30 a. m. This will bo the first ccreauny of the dedication of a hon of wort-hip ever held by the Catholics of Orleans cor,aty. Editoe Chastized. A. P. Child, cditur and proprietor of 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. — 16 October 1874

,.-r-i-r.-Ti"yt3r'mrrl7"'M"lllf -"ni trrn n n-iipiwn - .n .' in--i ... j I i. r The Soldiers Reunion. Br BET. 0. Q. WHEELER. I -1 -n, red with raeltln heart ud teirj t u-'-.mtupara lonn; tribute there, i t d tin- Pterins in thir icraml lUncw t , - it tinstone, ao4 taewitid, rc-ei i-i ! vn.uiri to tafce the l.uia .'"fin am, fanned their hMi-Iwi eVe.r , .j ji wiiie rwop thecnur.irbit intc i -Mi-tistn field, with he-e oji titer trtw .i-a'i them lay the broad brlzkt lake I a moulten Urr h-t ' , a ca m sweet tinted without ci -ivt-tween, the clear red, whit and tlue :, fisW-re, the tents with mot-olirhtv'ei I w , tenest nerer was m iweeter nl-ht A i t'le'etheeoidenulkedorauldlin-sine Ljiti norweepin'ai theitorjrao. " ' A iii tlie miojled tide jf trem-jry, . r - ,. i.t la Dd wondered if'ia-ii true i i;tr-j were erer really eo24ed I Ki - red strajiles. ana erer laid, 'iii -u-ned tw tue roemaVe stealthy itep, , i -I'll liiecanras rwi, whence comrade roie I ii.r.t andd.e. bweet, tranquil, il...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 October 1874

(The Jrce Jprcss. BrRLlNGT-N. FRIDAY, OCT. 10. 1ST4. J. ti. nOKBICT. Editor. T.riutS-J.OO a ear, .1 wy In ads ante. The Govcrnor'a Hessase. Governor Peck's message is a character-i-tically calm and unostentatious document. bnet review of the very -ratify in; condition of the State Treasury, a good word for the state Board of Education , which the Governor truthfully fats may be regarded as a part of the settled policy of the State :" for tue Board of Agriculture : and for the Re f rin School : a suggestion of the need and value of public tcven libraries ; and tome timely advice in reference to the jails and state" prison the froit of long familiarity with the working of oar criminal system mate up the message. The Governor's only positive recommendation arc in connection with this Utter subject. lib views with re gard to sentencing to the States prison of fender, convicted of minor offences, and on the need of a work-bouse as an adjunct to i '.e iails are entitled to great weight. I...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 October 1874

i m i i V.CIJ.ITT. mere was a 5iiSni mi, ol snow in E-s.i. .n Tueslay morning the first of the Feason X. P. Granger ,ajent of the State feiater- ' I- S.lcictV. will inrat t TT,.,1.., the evening o! the 24th, and Richmond the r i .l- ... ' J5th int The price paid for potatoes at the Hatch V'tones in different parts or the State varies lK,m 30 to 40 cents per bushel ; butter is ir .a 30 to 40 cents per pound, and yet. the grangers are not happy. Albans Bittee Mauket. Oct. 13 - Ihs market was firm, and prices advanced. Commoa to fair, 30 to 34c; medium to Rood, .Iitj3- ; ehoiee, 40 to 42c ; selections, 14 Cheese Twenty boxes offered, but no 'ilt5 are reported. A full report of the railroad meeting at t'imbriJge last Saturday, i. received too late lor this evening's edition. It will ap Irar to-morrow morning. It must suffice to -av n iw that Cambrido furnishes tbo de sired amount of funds to aid in building the r aJ. Railkoad Accident. A freight train ran mt i the rear of another froigh...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 October 1874

TIIJE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PBBS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16. 187. .11 a A I f ;T!ir J;ree Bress UHUUNGTON, FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1874 -. Ui:.i:ICT. Editor. 1rmc-$2.(o a ycr, ttwa) In advance VfcRKONT pHARlflCEtTICJL ASSOCIATION. The tirtii niiiutal racetins of the Vermont Ph-iriziiceutical Association will be bolden ht M.jutptlur.on WeJnoJay and Tharsday, Oct. 21 and 1ST4. The objects of the meeting htc tuo well known to every one to require met. ion at thl-t time ; suffice it to fay that the meeting will be one of unusual interest to all. The discussion of the pre posed law regulating pharmacy will be an important feature, and its enactment will be strenuously urged. A cordial invita tion is extended to the Vermont Medical Society (n J their ladies) to meet the asso ciation at Montpelier. Let ail interested in Pharmacy be present. Stows Old Folks Festival. The Cit hen gtTe an account of an old folks festl- Tal. which was held inStowe, Satnrday.the Q:h ult.. and proved a very interestin...

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. — 23 October 1874

Co sr r. a. niLURo. io rife td jlre mj-lore tood-br; iiii liemrlre and come stray ( bid hf r with bitue appear I nt lif r lover ht re, h hot firmament It il the dei if tender morn, Ami tifiei!nieM,newlr born In ti -rj di b Lieut. T '! Iir c"sr brofiens at her (atci Yin earth id balmy .leoc w!ts. Tiptoe with listening ear. To catoh her footfalii dear, Ia all tneir llent pulei beat The flashed tiat adorn Toe rut-eate faee ol morn. Her torel.er face to jjreet. Ml her each bird tbat tothedar Wan. m its flattering notes awaj Now eta, the learea am on"-, And hoidnhs mattin-ton'-T Awavtin her lair lace. All Nature breithlenig; .. t d her, with thla lcW, ( . me ?tir the world wlta price. lie-: -halt thou nestle in her brcait, Aid Vr reward there take thjr rett, t r.t 1. when thou art ded, Thv natlre perfume lied, "lt a i-ah tier fra cranes know, i' -I lied from Lore' aeet pain, Trun earta can ere attain, r linage at. II we tow. i 1) ar tbe 1 ftinr of a latsh. VD'i mii I bead the t hum to ca...

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. — 23 October 1874

BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1574. ;. :. bcxedict. luiieor. Tie Ee-Eltctloa of Sraator Ednimi The rc-elcctioD of Senator Edmunds was completed 1Vcdni6lajl1jlbeform3lannDur.ee ment of the separate action of the two Hocse, in tlie Joint .Assembly. The i-rni' tur was thereupon waited upon bja commit tee, and imited into tlic Hall, and acknowl- fdsed tlic honor in a neat and graceful fpeecli. We conrratulate our State, and the friends of good government everywhere, on the return of Mr. Edmunds to the Senate for another term of -ix Tear. Consider ing the actiie effort to defeat him, on the part ol a few personal enemies, and the amount uf jersonal detraction which has been circulated, wherever a member of the legislature could he found w illing to listen to it, his re-election was made with surpris ing unanimity. There was really never any ground for doubt of this result. There was for a tine, perbai, some room for appre hension let there might Lc Republican votes enough ecured against I...

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