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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 October 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. 187-4. " HI Itl.IAiTO a.-i VICiaiTV. A'u.it siifccu tons of cheese was shipped ir.uu the Milton factories last week. I'riec. 1! to 10 cents. Tue SpringCeM llqndlican gra.ely an- i, .unees that Jlr. Grant, of Virion," is 'if leader or our House ol Kcprp-entativc .1 V. ,- II. W. Brown, of Milton, havo naile and sold the pat jcar three millions ,.f lirict at their yards at Malleit's Bay and Bi'riiDgton. Ks-lijT. 1'age, of Rutland, has contracted ! r .1 monument of Sutherland Falls marblo k rth .12,000 for his lot in Evergreen cem rtiry, and it will be tho best one in the sr Alius Bitter Markzt,Oct. 0. The :u..tket was went, and prices took a tumble ,.-3t. I c?nt per pound from last week's i ,i.;.iu ins. Common to fair, 23 to 30c. ; in- dum to pood, 30 to 33e ; choice 37c; hj- '.'tl His w. 'ihikrs Ke-cmo-v. Tho executive oin-:i.itct- of tho Vermont Officers Re-Union - ..-utv have decided to hold their annual r.- .in in Jin Moo...

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. — 23 October 1874

TH.K BDELIN&TON, VT., FREE PBKS, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23. 1874:. SJhe J;ree $Jrc55. B1TUL1XGT0X, FIUDAY, 01X23, 1&74. j:iict, i:iitnr. Ttmi.-S3.() m. yritr, K.nays la ntli mice. Vermont Medical Society .- The fixtieth Rnmvcrary of thU society, xas belt! at the State House, Moutpeher, AVedntxlav and ThcrsJay. Delegate were present from tbe .Ma-saclm-tlts Medical Society and the New IlazafL'ro Medical Society. Wednesday va occupied with the ordinary busine-s of the t-wicty, nports of committee and dicu3-ion on the epidemics of tho States. Under this head Krall-pox was diM;uhed and the opinion elicited that proper vac cination, and re-raccination wheti nece tary, h a are preventive of the di ca-e. Several physicians were admitted to membership in tbe j-oeiety, atnon tbem Miss Callander, of Middlebnry, a lady wh U in regular practice, and a graduate of the Female Medical College, at lijton. On Thursday Dr. lVck, of Burlington, detailed a caj-o of reaction of the femur. Tbe Pr...

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. — 30 October 1874

fit I 3l!0AunoD To Mr Cnndmitthcr. tr rHFDEUICK LOCKS8. T.i -clitireofmioe,, Vs 9 0 ftoreat) and n'na VT1id the died By tlirtci-virn ay lut fpff ti iw pin- J'HifcM at serentten A- a bride. Ilerintian r-reila Iljacharai-H-r ringlet are livtaste; What n arm ; ami what a t Fv an arm ! Law, rrtfainra)e, and"ffr Falhal, " Were Run-aey' limnro-trup ttbat a lucky do? were yea,' Urutdpapi ' Ifer lipi are iwwtaa l0Vc- Yoey ire parting? , they nor Are tfrey dumb? Hertfsare blue, and lam Iicieecningly ari pen To My emne." That Kol-rur-atIn-Time lias a e ifidcoce raMuse 1 When 1 first .-aw tii s lady, in ray yoatb, iter w nter tend, U,rx,th. Jo ie Unir war.-: h. porlsiiaMo elay ll:r citarmi had droppjl" xiray One by one. at irb hetrei a sfpli 'rh htt'ten, it tr.. "Tby W:l! ba doao." Ii t-jw i, ai in tearr. Wf'u ttiaiardelof her 3 Para 1" nine) mo wm boms ' V 1.. re the wearr and tbe worte Art? at rt. Tee Wack Doll. F.nra Chamber' Journal. i :..- .t;le girl, 5 years oli, the only i .i I -ft 1 1 ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 October 1874

BTTRLIXGTOX, FRIDAY, OCT. 30. 167-1. G. . nlXKIlXT. Editor. Ttrnif S2.0i a year, alu-ays In dTnce. Tfrnprrancr lcilItlon. Tbc present Legislature, so far as present jndicMions go, appears to occupy the same position towards temperance and the pro hibitory law, that previous legislatures have. There are, perhaps a few more opponents of the law in the Legislature, than usual, Bat as usual thev nd the general temper of the body extremely unpromising for attempts to overthrow the law. Measures intended to strengthen the law, if judicious and likely to prove serviceable, pass along quietly through the various stages of legislation, while nothing, as yet, indicates that any effort to substitute license for prohibition can mate even a respectable approach to success. The chief light of the session, as regards legislation of this class will probably be fiver the State Police bill, which will doubt less s nn be introduced. It lias been before the two previous legis lature . but tailed. Its f...

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. — 30 October 1874

THE BURLINGTON, V T . , FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30. 1874. r. nriiiiaJTix ami viciariTv. Winooski. Work on tbc new Episcopal I'liurch is progressing finely, and the build ing will be occupied at the earliest possible ! The uoathcr permitting, tbc r-.csr crib. - iw in proccsof construction, will be sank i: the north end of the breakwater, next iiurJay. t the Episcopal Convention all the Vtr- ,nt delegates, clerical and lav. voted in in r .f confirming the Ucv. Dr. Seymour . l'..-liop of Illinois. 1 he I.AXOIU.S Vallet R. B. A despatch is received Irom Horace Fairbanks, last 1 1 es.lay. ordering the workmen to proceed v mc e to lay the rails to Johnsjn. Uhans ii ties Mabcet. Oct. -2'. uarkct was dull. Common to fair 23 L- . medium to good, 33 to 3T.j ; :!7 and 3Sc ; selections 10:. WKi.tsNEs Maeket. Butter 33 to -10:; 1J to lie; cfigs Sic per dozen; pota - 1- per bushel ; apples, grafts, 3 to " "i per barrel ; ipples, common, 40 to 75s r bu-htl i' iiilii. A pound of potatoe...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 30 October 1874

i v., J 1 hr Jrce jgrcss. iirULIXGTJ.N. FRIDAY, OCT. 30. 1STJ. . il. ECtnillCT. lMltor. . -Ti.te--H.IM! a ye , !" i ndT.ncc. ectnl R R., t i3 B.m- (except Monday -criMd?' a.m. and 4.S0aa4 7.aip.in.- eolar t-St l2-0 BHdf.IOp.l3., Ooter toaC rath fustland and Burtiazton P-E. at .4 i.l.,a.Bj..l.Bld.lup.m. Sr- 'mrt iron the Ncrit and WertatTJO I . ad ,.10p.m.. frcm the East Bt5JJ3 tU, . m., 6J0 atB. 8 31 p. IU. ; Fromtil. " and 9.89 Bjn. . 4.M l-i T.2) p.m. ME131OATS. -a, .. hi Oolnr Hcrlh, at 3jl a. m., and i t. nr South, Bt 10.14 b. m Bud S 20 . -. lit Saturday!. Ferry to Plattjburrh, 1 nor:. w rkmTi hate bejan to fill in the -,aV o Citj Peri, to raise it to the new :r-n .ia .Ming, while duek-hootins at lln;. . Tuesday, si-ot a gray ea-lc -ia fee: and to inches from .. Ma.io: niea-i t'P " ; (.r :;idl-raill-at Bennington, which iro: thi j.' :: epinio of last year all right, arc oink' ; ' t down the hoar- r,f labor CMU-ionrth .Mr. W. J. an I'attcn, of this city. uas btci. appointed a me...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1874

The Patriot Dead. BT DO. J. G. HOLLAS. Kei it the Third TrltnnUl Reunion cflfciAnny or the Jamw. Thertleeplnpeacft! The Summer bell Tint rattier perfume front their dust. The ft inter' now, the Autumn' nut, Aoi an lore Unshed immtfrtelies. Are thlnrs as far lvnml iv,,- AS all our strifes or hand and hea1 At all our priori abore the dead, And all the trarall or our need. They eleep In peace . Whatever itrifa May chafe the land for which they roujbt. hach Tor hlmseir round what hesouht l'eace, at the jmrchase or his lire; " Payment Tor Mood In happy re5t Guerdon in eratitude Tor pain For life'f Treat loss, the priceless rain Of name and deed forever blest! No tears for them ! The heart Is cold Tnat does not thrill with Joy to think Ara VJTy, wbo bnxtir lped the brink ur Battle's fiery chasm, and sold Their Hves for liberty' Increase, hund iq tho awful holucautt That which the linn- land had lo-t, 'Jhebuonn: rest-the balm or peace. No tears for them who bore the proof Oi hero, in their...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1874. Slip Sm f ress BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, NOV. 6, W74. i. ... ItllMIIUCT. KJIlor. Tirmf S2.00 rar, In d uee. The .Mllon-l T!mii-cil"E. Bgtke rrtuJi of the Utte Mjm of Jmt-tea A rCOCLlMATIOX. We ate rtaiicCed y tbecha;jis scsot:l till! It ti time to ibso in oar daily Tccstloni. and offer tbaoks to Alulslity Gud fr the mercies ana aoun Jalcb of the year which U drawios to a close. The blessings of free sovercment continue to ie oaehsafiJtjui, the earth lias responded to the Ulwrorthe hushandcan, the land haabeenfree from pestilence; internal order 1 being main tained, and peice with other powers hxs prevailed. It U fitticz that at iUted period we ehculd ceise from our accasttmedpnrsa'tsind from the tarmoil ufour daily lives, and unite in thankfulness fur thehlesslnorthepastand in the cultivation of Mndly feeling towards each ether. owt there fore, recolzlns these considerations, I, Ultsses S. GttAiTt President of the United fcta...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1874

I H'ltI.IAiTO. AS Is VICIWITV. lloLTOM. One day last week, Oorndius Whalcn, of Bolton, had cigbthcail of cattle Lilled by a freight train. They "got on to the track at the Bolton depot. KirnxoND. The new bell on the Catholic Church, Bcighinc l.COOpoundswas placed 1a position Iat Wednesday. It is a very fine toned bell. The sale of the property of the Vermont llursc Stock Company, advertised for Thursday, the 5th, has been postponed to Thursday, November ISth, at 10 o'clock Stimpson, the Jliddlebury student who was injured by a fall in tho p.jmna'-ium, U-t week h able to attend to bis ,-tudien and recitations ; and complains onlv of a little sorenc-s and a few ache- Patents to Vermomebs. F. V. Havre, uf llardwick, ha receivrd a patent for car .Muplinsr. and It. S. Barney and S. K. liut ttrricld, of Savanton, for fa-tcnin:: covers to hotter-tub. -r. Albws Bitter Market, Nov. :!. ilia- market was decidedly weak, and prices uh.iut material cbanRo from former quo titi.ms. Common to fair,...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 6 November 1874

BTOLINGTON, FRIDAY, NOV 6, Is.4. i. :. DEXCIIICT. Editor. Term. S2.00 a j-c.r, lrj In dnct. F W. Bonrdlllcn, anthoror the poem be lo,l sun an undergraduate jn tarrerstty U U'SJ;-. fort, England. The New Tori rljavswaras says J him " nil little poem " Lijht. liennnin; u:ot bas a thousand eye." has Jswn translated into almost erery lanruaje of Europe and has iron h.m ieme." TJir rreell of the Swallows. it r. v. roraanxox. W.th sonsi and flowers we follow the Sprine. Uneen opnn;, as she flies to her distant Unas . Orer land, over sea, our restless win; Tarries cot save wbere Lcr loctstep stands. The sunbeams flash on onr Cittlnz breasts, TulipMsnoer beautiful mistress's way . And wben for a moment her fleet foot rest". Orer her head we borer and Play. Msn cansot Fee mr beautiful queen. But Ui-'v tbiok tfpnne follows wherever we Er, iie'-'vt'Us. tuy, that the woods may be t -.e H nter may not come nigh : . nyia. and we itii ber i r oTer the land. w ut. ; i uw Lcr over the sea, r -r .o a...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1874

Pftlltnte Iow, BT MARIAS WrCLAS. Home from the mill cime Ptlence Dow btie did not i mile, eba would not talk ' And now she wai all tear, and now As fierce as Is a captlre hawk. Unmindful of her faded gown She sit with folded hmdi all .. ner Ion- halrlallins tangled down Her sad eies tuln; Jar awar. Where, past the fields, a silrer line, bho saw the distant rirer shine. But when she thonht herself alone. One f5Mftbr heard her muttering low. I n such a chill, dec pairin- tone. " lhe ef I wlnd'8 '""en moan . Ah me' the days, they move so slow I care not If they're fair or foul -They creep alonj-I know not how I only know he loved me once He does not lore me now .' One mornln? vacant was her room . And in the clover wet with dew, A narrow line of broken bloom SiTf1 ?mti one bad been passln; throuSlj : And following the tr.ck it led Atom a field or summer -rain, . whB? the thonr Wsckbcrries shed Their hiossoma in the narrow lane, iMwa which the cattle went to drink Is summer, from the ri...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1874

It 7 fpe $w fprtss BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. NOV. 13. '674. U. i. OE.1EDICT. Bdltor. T.rnn-SS.O. Tr,.lW "I " Tie Jut lugreu. TLe Democratic majority in the next HnaeofRtFresen,at!M wiU te sboat I' G.nsideiing that the Republican majority in the .re-ent House is about 100, it must be admitted that this is quite a revolution. The Senate novrs stands Repablicans,50; Onteition,23, including Schari, Fenton, Tipton and Sprague, and one vacant seat in Louisiana. Twenty-five seals become va cant at the end of the present Congress, March 4th, 1875. The elections already of Senators, or of Legislature that will choose Senator-, ghc a net Opposition gain of five. The new Congress will meet in December, 1875. Male lid to Collects. Oar legislators, at Montpelier, may not 1 generally aw are to what extent the Legis latures of other States have deemed it wle and fur the jcblic good to assist the colleges established under the Congressional Grant fur Agricultural Colleges. We give a few facta and figures...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 13 November 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. 1874. nClll-IIfiiTOX ASI) VICIXIT1". KicnuoND Market, Nov. 9. Batter was active, and brought 35 to 33c; chec;;, 10 to 15e; potatoes 45s. Sr. A lb ins Bciisr Market, Not. 10. The market was quiet ; offerings limited. Common to fair, 25 to 32e ; medium to good 35 and 3Gc ; choice 37 and 33c ; selections 40;. Ciiaxck or Base. The Howard National Hank takes possession of its cew quarter?, Wires' Insurance Building, to-day. Mcfos. (Iriswoli and Frissell will haTC the rooms on the second floor of the same building, now occupied by Jlr. J. W. Kus.cll. The new crib has at Iat been sunk at the north end of the breakwater, and the work of filling it with stone is progrcsMOg vigor ously. 0. F. Brcsee, of Albany, N. Y., has chal lenged John McGregor, of Escx Junction, to meet him at Rutland on the Crt of De cember next, and play the match of fifty games of checkers some time since agreed upon. Biiumoxu. There will be a neck-tie fes 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. — 13 November 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1874. BURLINGTON, FBIDAY, NOV. 13, 1874. . G. ltlTVEDICT, lMltor. TrrmsS2.00 a year, al wnj In ail, anc. pointed in the month of' December, the Governor of this State. This act shall take effect from its HAII.ltOAtt THAIS!.. Liati ErsLijeTOsGoiiicNorth. on the Vermont Central R. R-. at -3 .m- (eicept Monday mo ine). and 9.29 a.m. and 4.50 and 7j2tip.m.i Goinj East at 6.f a. m 12.40 and 8.10 p.m., 6otn; 8outh, oaths r.utland and Bnrllnston K. ILat gjw and 10.15 a. m., 1.45 and 9.10 p.m. Talus Abritb from the North and Welt at 7 JO a. m., 1.40 and 9.10 p. m.j From the East at 5.20 and 10.00 a. m.t S.J0 and 9 35 p. m.. From the South at V.iO and 9.00 a.m.. 4.40 and70 pur. ti:amioatm. t cavers Leave Goin? North, at 5.00 p. m. Goin; tooth, at 9.3J p. m, except Saturdays. FenT to Flattsburcn, 1 1.0D a. m. New Usance. Deputy D. E. Bojden or ganized " Prospect (irange"' of tho Introns of Husbandry, at Williamsrillc, (Newfane,) on...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1874

Bill and Joe. ST 0 LITIS HOLMS. Come, deir old comrade, ydu and I Will rtti an hour from dayi poae by The ehlDiosdara when life wai new. And alt wia bri-jht with marnln dew The loitydijs of loajaro, VVhenjoa were Kill and 1 was Joe. Your name miy flinnt a filed trail. Proud ai a cockerel rainbow tall. And mine u brief appendix wear Ai Tarn O'haater! luckless mare -To-dtr.old friend, remember ttilt That 1 am Joe and you are Bill. Yonr'e won the sreat world'! enrled prlie. And srand you look In people's eves With II 0 fi. and IX o. 7 In bip braTe letters fir t3 e ourfin,old fellow! cffthey e How are you. Bill t JIow are j on, Joe VouVe-worn the jod-e ermlned robe, Jou Unght jour name to half the zlobe J ou re fan mankind a deathless strain ou'r nude the dead past lire aealn ' The world mar call you what It will. But j on and i are Joe and Bill. The ehaffin- yonns folkt stare and say "bee those old buQers, bent and sray They talk like Mlo-i In their teens I Mart, puor old 1m s1 That' w...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20. 1874:. SEhc $m jpms. BITULIXGTON, FRIDAY. NOV. SO. 1674, J. niSXUMCT. Editor. Trrma S2.0U a rr, 1t a In advance. Tho-c who think" the bottom has dropped , out" nf the Republican rnrty, may get con solatioa from the reflection that the Democ lacv always was "a bott jmless pit." The (Juelec Hoard of Trade has been dis cussing the sulject of navigation of the St. Lawrence in the winter, and adopted a reso lution recognizing the feasibility of the plan propo-ed and urging an application to the government for such assistance as may be needed to carry out the work. Mr. Xorton's licence bill met a failure, even more disastrous than had been expected, on Saturday alternoon. It was brought up iu a thin boose, in which it would stand the be-t chance, and was dismissed by a vote ot over two to one. An attempt was made to recoo-ider it ; but the House did not care to wait-- any more time over it. So ends one more effort to substitute...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 20 November 1874

iu:i:li.:to.v a:i vicixity. The Winootli liver froze over. Friday night. Tor the first time this season. At the town mcetinj at St. Albans, Tucs dav, it was voted to deed the land on which the court house stands to the county. Tuo party surveying the route of the Kurliagton and Lamoille Valley Railroad are prores-inK finely, and are now. we un derstand, in the vicinity of Escx Centre. Tbe many friends of Dr. S. V. Thayer will 1 clad to hear of his safe arrival in New York, Wednesday morning. The Sath of this month will be the first Sunday in Advent and no marriages can be celebrated during the season in the Catholic church. t. A loans IIctier Market, Xov. 17 The market was firm. Common to fair 30 to 3Js": medium to good 3j and Hflc; choice to 40-; selections 41c. A youth named Peter Lander, while out i: .inning north of the city, the other day, kicked at a -nake which suddenly appeared , i his vicinity, and in doing so struck the !-i;2crof his gun.discharging it,and thcrc ! . Mowing...

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

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PBESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER SO, 1874:. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY. NOV. CO, 1874 a. ii. BENEDICT. Kdltor. Ttrni.-S2.00 a -rear, tlwin in do uiir.nnlD TBAIHS. Liatx BraLrsero, Bolni North, on the Vermont Central R. R., it 4 JO e.m. (except Monday morn In)TMoWa.m.and4.Mand 7.20p.m.; Go nt Sit Vt 6.M a. 12.40 and 8.10 p.m., eolnt South, on the Rutland and Bnrllnrtoa R. R. at jandI0.15a. m.. l..iana.iup.m. r7ii. Aiun from th. North and WeittTJO .m.,1.40nd 9.10 p.m.: From th. Euti it 5.20 .Xinnn a. m.. 5.50 and 8 33 p. m.; From the Bonth at 4.20 and 9.00 ajn.; 4.40 andr.20 p.m. fcTEAMBOATS. mini Liarx Golnr North, at 5.00 p.m. Goinj South. t 9 JO p. nu, except Saturda) i. Ferry to Flituburch, I1JM a. m. The Aatloual Ttiarksel-ln(r. Br Ikt Prtudtnt cf tkt Vntttd Statu of Jmtria X rBOCUXiTIOX. We are reminded by the changing seasons that It Ii t'me to pause in our dally vocations, and offer thanks to Almishty God for the mercies and abun dance of the year which is dra...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 November 1874

91 - T r 1 The 1-ast lll.lt. I'r ra After the EiU and otter Totms. nr nana prttar. " t.t-e m re4 wine flawing frwn the fls-acs 'i . r j-j..!-: n ted aa.;ona slim and tall," ' .t huclred r ilces, lau;hlnx, jestln" m! s I:uu1re4 t-issts rlftins duwn theTal! i'h : i.- !.ar..n be:d a feast atlliecaule, : t; t ; an.; baroc, lithe and tall. 1' -a iU r-'-jspj Ibe red drum txatla- i belli.- t ami u silver trampetl b.oVm .ill ii.p qu ck. s.t raspu'of abedddlw " isst tb- dancer in tbe flaitor-rim axulnr ' Aid at! tl.rnujrh tl.e a!cco ran tio mu.it- ' Aud all n-.lit ibe red w.r.o waa fluiriu'. ' nd ft birron led the wassail and the djr.o. Tne pir Ji'nn-i baron, litht and till I. oh ojW anile, and j, for , l.,.. T 1. tbe c h k rre ath.art the castle all ' "' """lir', y " r! ' " nJ . .'jxre 1 .r the baton shone Ij.rer than thorn all. IV i. .a t ilon irroa the drlnk.n-and thedsnciic, II. studio; in turn 4otj" t her side 11 -fP''ns.h 'ploadinj and entreat ia-, A pu I ..be coquetted awl owned. "-. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 November 1874

'01,, "a. -wnf. i. - a BUKUXGTOX. FRIDAY, NOV. 2". 674- . !. BiaEI'ItT, Bdllor. TrniiS3.00 .r, ,lw.y In .Jvc. (or of tbe Session. Our Montpelier letter describes theclo-e of the Legislature, and gives some inkling or the work done and left undone in its last hour,. Outpace to-day will not permit anything approaching a complete nummary of the hills passed and killed. The act- by which the Legislature of 74 will be mot ni-tin-ui-hed arc that abolishing the Board r t'.liimn and remodelling the system of Sn.T-mtcndcnce of the common schools, and that taxing the real estate of the rail roads. All bills intended to embarrass the cxWin- railroads failed. The prohibitory law was amended in some minor particu lars intended to make it more effective, but the more stringent additions to the law generally failed Irom one cause or another. The time of the sc-sion wa mainly con sumed in the consideration of bills, which from the Crst stood no chance of passage, or which passed one House only to b...

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