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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 November 1874

!'-- THE BTJELINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOBNIN&, NOVEMBER 27, 1874,. lintl.IAWTO.V AIM) VICISITV. Tic Bcrncd. The steam tuj, J. G. Wethcrbco, the most powerful one on the lake, wa burned on Saturday. She left Whitehall Friday night with a tow for St. John, took 6ic in Wcstport Bay, Saturday atabout eleven o'clock, a. m., and burned to tho water's edge. No insurance. She had an iron hull and is probably not a total loss. Dr. (icorgc IS. Packard, olfJcricho, a graduate ol the last class in tho Medical Department of the University, has been ap pointed assistant surgeon to the Orthopteiic Dispensary, Eist 59th street, Xcw York city, vthich is under thecbarsoof Dr. Chas. F. Taylor. Dr. Packard spent nearly two jear-i in public and private instruction in Burlington, and graduated with tho high est honor? of his class. The appointment i-i for two years. 01 the. 13 Episcopal churches intheState, St. Luke's Church, St. Albans, has the largest number of persons in its congrega tion,...

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. — 27 November 1874

tlen when be says he is representing , ,. end 3 500 leeal TOters. lor ne fui ih. itb the eception or one or . tona iliority o the inhabitants of the towns emSfa thi" ill are opposed ha the fact would appear .hat Mr. Henry actually represented only tlie tic-pie ol Andovcr with a population ol iltS, 1110 people V. " - - i'- t ii.n ol 031, and the people or his own town .rChtJ-ur with a population of 2.052. A nMority of all the other towns are opposed to the project of a new county. He said .1 is ttrictly a Chester project and the ,.tl .r towns are either opposed or mdiffer ,i.t to it. He hoped i: would be settled . I,re and not be sent to the people. Mr Powell ol Richford, said he had no ibtrrot in the matter, but he thought the proposition of the committee just to submit the matter toa two-thirds vote of the towns t 1 organized into the new county UT course the other towns or Windham and Wind-or counties would object to it : and w let the ton in interest decide Tor them selves1 .... ...

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 December 1874

' ' ' ' J a art 1.3 In a Churchyard. rr itiluam wixtzr. i. loaeaoaiJ wind of aatumn srUrei The northern Hchu re loen t Octobsr fbfrdi her cb;lns learu Cpoa tho churchyard green, ichcre. i.ttlns pens. In the ion, While fadios srauei wTe, I watch the crick eU leap and run Ul-on a slnnser'i gnre. ii. There is no of flottertni leaf, o ob of rottltn- -raai ; The breein o'er thi place of jilef In breathlMwhiiperspaii; Vet likeamnrmnrtnaciream, ourls on that insect Toice That vacant tone which does not ceeut To nnmrn cr to rejoice. ill. V lone that faatii no aoothtn: eraea, . A tone that noth'nz aalth, A tone that's like that solemn place Of memrj tears, and death It darkens hope. It deepens gloom. Black fear, and doubt profound , Turning the silence of the tomb Tu mvre mysterious sound. . IV. There's n.jht upon the face of fama There's nlcht on beauty's eyes i Jjor jure renown nor glorious shame From out their ashes rise. In ram the shrines of prayers are trod , Nor sound nor silence brea...

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 December 1874

'i 1 rhb y . The St. Allans Adiertistr reiterated ius other dav an assertion, once before made by that apir and denied by us, to the effect that the Free Press maintained that the Prohibitory law must be a good law, because it 5 sluiced by the majority. The Free I'eess ha never maintained that thejudgmcnt of a majority of the Legislature, or of the orJe, was infallible cither in general or as regards this particular statute. What we hurt -aid was this : In reply to the Adrtrtuer's frequent assertion; that the law is unpopular, that the general feeling l- against it, etc., we haTe said that the con stant support given to the law for almost a generation by twenty successive Legislatures is strong proof that the general feeling in this State i on the fid" of the law. That i legitimate argument, as it teems to us and the legislature that adjourned last week added om more instance to its force. Hero was a Legislature elected when the anti prohi'ritory i-sae was more prominent than it las...

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 December 1874

THE BUELINGTON, FKEE PRESR, FRIDAY MOBN1N&, DECEMBER 4, 187. r.i:itLi.-v;T.-v ami wcixitv. lltchmond and JcrichoTejoiccd in good slcighinjr , Thankssivinj; aj. The water in Like Complain it so low that the I'ort Henry pape complains of the dat kicked up by the sto-mers. 1 1 is rumored that tlo car shops at St Aibans will commence t ran on the eight hoar .system alter Dec. lit. Three boat loads of raJroad iron, for tho Liraoille Valley Itailroid, arrived at this purl on Thanksgiving cty. and were trans ferred to tho cars, foi their destination. rridiy. John Bilij, of Benson, a well known wool grower and extensive farmer, has re cently failed and cons into bankruptcy with liabilities of over 10.000. Col. II. S. Olcott, who has been "doing " the spiritual manifestations at Chittenden for tho Xcw York Graphicw'M lecture about the Eddys, at Hartford, Ct., soon.J .Sr. Auuns BiTTEt Mahkkt, Dec. 1. Market dull; but little butter offered. Fair at 30 to 35c; choice 3(5 to 39c; selections ...

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 December 1874

She Jrce grcss. BUTlUXCTOK. FRIDAY. DEC 4. 1S74. ... . BIISKHICT. Editor. reriut.-S3.Ou . yc.r, ltr . In -.!,.,, NnrtV Oil th VeraO&l mtr.1 hTE. "t s.31 a.m. (V M""4lJ' S0.70" ItivtUud BnrllasU-n R.H.H J I.VW . m.. o. tn.. From the ,nti t . Mi S.IO l-m.i , .0 and 7.20 p.m. TLA)II)AT. T,im UiTiCobt North. t f .01 p. n. Coins imUiTat SJi) p. m., except Sltardl) s. taf to The Vermont Fitb Commi'sioncrs have dMribotl about 1. 175,000 TOticR shad. Dure; the pis: week 40 lumber tarfics hare rrived at th'n port, each havinj an average wrgo of about 100,000 feet of lum ber. Vera-nat ba ten cotton mills, with 1,274 loom and 53.91S i-picdles, consuming dur ing the year ending JuIJ l 1ST4 2.3J'IC7 pound? of cotton. Thesiieen bainesti looking up, in Ad dinr: caantv- Sales lave been quite bnk and prion realized quite reasonable dur ing th" it lew weeks. Quite number of buyers rrora the far K hare been through the county dun.- 1 Uncock, of 1 -land Pond, a killed uther dy. iu the stone quarry ...

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 December 1874

CV!iat Make a Hern. ET ntJET TArLOB, ''.!mal!eslitro Not success, not fame Inebriate merchant! and tlie loud acclaim ' ut slutted avarice, caps tot red up m air Or pen uf Journalist with flourish fair ' Hells alea. stars, rlhands, and a titular ua n-htful .nbute, not his end or aim ' lr true rejrard for never yet did these Hr'resh the lonl cr set the heart at eae Hint males a hero" An heroic mind " ' hii.re.sod in action, in endurance proved AU'l if there be pre-eminence or rKbt Iier red thru' pain well suffered to"tne hel-ht orran heroic, II to bear unmoved nl Nut toil, not risk, not rare of sea or Wind. Not: e brute fury of barbarians blind But Korfe-inrratitude and poisonous 'darts launched by the country he had served and loved This with a free unclouded spirit nure Th.s in the i strength o: silence to endure A dl-tuity to nobie deeds imparts ' Ketood the ,aude and trannin--a ctrt-n ,wn This is the hero's cemnleruTutTnd crow" ' This Missed. ne stro-sle had been wentln- .1111 One...

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 December 1874

XIIK BtJKJLiIN&TON. VT., FKilJi PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 11, 1874. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, DEC. 11. 1ST- G. . BENEDICT. Editor. Trr.iifc--Sg.00 a ear, alire.j- In advance. The Prcsl-enl'' Message. The Washington correspondents who hue Vcn tellies us that the Message would diul only with statements of the actual coa .ition of public afTalrs, and be devoid of I o-itivc rccommcndatioris.did not know what i Lev were talking about. The Message is i.'. such characterless document. The Pres , lent logins with the financial question, ar guing it once more with Congress, as a -i..tn would with his friend, and not at all iikc a lasar, and making the very positive and important recommendation of the re- I Ial of the legal tender clause, to take effect alter a day Hied. This would be resump lion of specie payments; anl with the specie Im-is restored, free banking could be per mitted, and, as the President thinks, would 'e desirable. Another very important recommendation i that fur furthe...

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 December 1874

.TttT TiytH f arrtrrg JDSL lintl,IA.TO.V A.HI VICINITY. liiNtfuiEcii-Preparations are cow being SnV Hotel. HoimbersV orchestra hn. ongajeJ to furni nNh the music. pitl the pulpit of the College Mrcct church yesterday, exchanging with Mr. SaObrd who preached in Charlotte. General II. II. Bjitcr. of Rutland, has imported from England ten Southdown ewes ana a ooc, wmcU he intends to place upon m;- une mrm in i.utianu. Wimxkci. The Kev. Edwin Whceloct, pastor of tho Congregational Church, i (utnt Tn mnrn Iiw ftTniln r- r , . . .-.-uiuj iium v-amundgc. wnere or .ormeriy refuted, to Winoo-Vi. More water it the universal cry or tho uuntry. Xotwithvtanding the recent rains, the springs are very low. and if cold wca tlirr should set in in earnest without more rain, tlirc will be a great scarcity of water. The Hallows Falls Times says : On in quiry as to why the Slate tax is to be five ivnts higher next than this year.wo are in formed that it is to pay for the extra counts and yeas and nays c...

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 December 1874

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 11. 1874.-. BURLINGTON, FRIDAyTuEC. 1871 G. C BEjrEDICT. Editor. TcriusS2.0 year, lwjr In adncc. Coc.MERriiT Ccrkk.nct. Quite a number ol counterfeit fifty cent scrips are bcinc put in circulation. Those who cannot readily distinguish them may find the followins hints of fcrrice : On the upper right-hand corner of tho back, the figure 6, in 1S63, is icretsei. so that it faces to the left instead of tho right The paper, too, is thicker than the genuine. Lines are printed on the back, to imitate the silk threads, but thev arc :.ot found on the face of tho piece The new time table of the Central Ver mont Railroad for the coming season was issued Thursday night Tho principal changes in the running ol trains at this sta tion are as follows The New York day ci pref both ways. Is discontinued. There is now one train ach day for New York, which leave this city at2, p. m., instead of I0:1j, a. m.. a? formerly. Tho accommo dation train...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 December 1874

ma W Jan saw .."a UPPLEMENT. BUItLIXUTOX, VEKMONT, DK0KM15EK 11, 1871. 11X1 OF VEIllIOXT, A. l.t 1ST1. I, -.' hp tht Sv9ftarj State fur puiltcutitH i. "is Xtvtpaptrt of the State. N 1 An Act relatins to insurance. It is hereby enacted by tho General A u' the State of Vermont : 1 All mutual Jfire iDjranc coni- autboriied general ngent, authorizing him his own uc any money or subit tuto for ty to Mo!. the - ,.,.i l - toaet as iucb agent, and obtained licence monev received hv him M such airent t coontie thereon from tho commission nrs n t - ?C frCeiVed bl h.lm a3 SUCb aeDt . 1 a act s ha 1 take . d . i .1. v . , . reiu-e or necicci io pay over sucn are. i' tlit.r rei c t .roai tt jai' .0V1 ,eomPany fur which notice to make such paymctit.shall bo deem- nn Pr .c"r.e "-'-, cd euiltv of larceny, and, npon conviction. u this State shall bo ronons.ble for ,,.nr;.i , .i :'"". " "e ". W punt-ticd tbcrelor in accordance , md neglect r the icieral rt v7,7 . , Tr """V uu?""'' ,n. " with tho law-...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 December 1874

.1 e le ' hi Wu i'.' -- incrtii ...- ! i ji. : - t-T i l. tli I ' 1 t tin- .M-III tliS t i fiti-ia . v i -a e i w . ric Mill pliu-e This gr k. This wil I a liranch Xejt ycai iMnuccti is both wajs. HIE ROAD NORTH or n, UE.NRV. !-. -An Act relating to normil rcfioo'.!. It is hereby enacts etc. cnnerln- 1 . i.a..,,. inh aT.nroval ,UhVraWWiiu.miiltopn.TiaeR,r the discipline JT The Gorernor lb.ll nnllr .i;PoIt pra Stall teacher from e ach JS.' Intend tofrinStlln:ltt. principal of al school in each cistrict. to "tend and ais 11 In ho euinin.tiMi !or graduation . t the nor rnal Kkool in the district rr which 'P .nd such ..ffieer. .tall " ft '? ccrl.flcte. of iraduatlcn. aid shall l"J""t . ,k.c,k nTnt.and in . ddmuu thereto, hi. tra..ll...r -while In d.schariwofsucb duties, tec 3. -j ho tnuteesot each normal school in inn ,tiwincorjaMU..n.thtb. state nnntndet ..H..t,..:.i,ll .rranre two coui.es of stuay lor ..id schools, and eh.U -holly control the lion ror.fliui.sion. u - t -- . Cud. .11 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. — 18 December 1874

ft UHnbtiea SUM. A tiihv'a boot. and a stein of wool, laded and awled, and sjrtj tHd ttun,:, yoa fay, aad no doubt vour'erljat, local a eeitnaa's neck, tats stormy ni;ht, Up in the t arcs aloft. Mort iriM ifi r,ny, bat, mitea, look two hen Erst I wnl to sea. A woman stood un the far-off strait, "lib. a wed. nnj on tbe email, so?, hl'.tl wh.ea ciua- so close to int. T wi, Ood bless h ' Tne dar li,r, hhe sat beeiaa my loot ; the suolijtt kissel ber yellow hair, and tho dainty finjers, dell and :a!r. Knitted a baby's boot. Tin roya je was over , I came ashore, Wnat, think yon, found I there t A grave ibe da,i:ti nad time tied Ltti A cettaje empty, an dart ai ntrbt. And this beside the chair. The little boot, 'twas unSniahed atiil . , The tinned akoln lay noar, vUlPX. but -" away so real. n lui the babe a ifap on ber qnlet broaat, ioira In Hi e ffjarob-yar-J drear. twill .Va;a;inc Itepentance, i nte and 1 knew 'twas wrons;, . wa neither kith nor kis. ro penance very ion ,,ia liny litUes...

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 December 1874

k Jm $wss. BlTlTuNcTTJXTTiaUAYC. IN IS74. ;. ;. HIlXi:iIfT, Keillor. l-.r-u-.-W" - ''" "' '"" The Common School of Urmonl. The November numl.cr of tie .4tonfn Monthly contained in its educational depart ment, an artiele which was not pleasant reading for rmontirs, who are jealous of the good name of their State. Wc copy a portion since the inauguration of the educational department ot the JOTnc,thc supcrintcnd .!, of public instruction of thirty States and four Territories have courteously sent u their latest report-. Beginning with those of cw England, ,t which we have all but that from .New Damp-hire, or.c is surprised to find within this smallest croup of tho I nion. in area, a!iai-t the two extremes or our American couim .n school system ; Massachu-etts lead ing n t only New England, but nearly all the iiintry, in the privileges she freely afford- t her children.aud Vermont comins in th - r- ird behind many of her Southern -istei - S.-ch is the apathy of her cituens ,'.n tt. -1'...

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. — 18 December 1874

4 hi mm Tin. rui:i: imii.ss von i7"- POSTAGE FKEE. Alter t'uc Gr-t day of January next sub cnli'rs to the Weei.lv Tree Pres will ro ceivo their paper postage paid. Th'n entails , on the publisher- s considerable a dditionml i.exnento, unJ practioiliy a reduction of ! tho price if the paper. Wc maV.c it checr ' sftiHy, li v.ivcr, in the I .ie an J expectation olVur.- iJditiun to uur -iiWnpti'jn !i-t. Some D' leatures id interest and value. will be ii ruduced in our -hect, the cominj; itend to make the Tree Press a t than ever, and one that no 'mid be without. Will not ii incriljerp; (liile renewing Wtt nubseription-) .commend tVir neighbor, and inform v tin now hate the FittK Press Price, a year, always in 5nUKI.l.TOX AJ I). VIOIXITV. ft or h very prevalent in Ran dolph tn 1 nthcr eastern towns. toir I Iie.njr carried to market from ty a'. I i cents per pound. Wind Ua i- -ei.in. Windsor county at from There plenty of it amon the faruicr-. f VjJol'". Mit.it, '1 lieioester Jonction, ha...

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 December 1874

i i ft- U.J ill he Jra jprtss. BiriUJX7rirx7RIDAT7T)EC. 18, 1S74. ;. ;. bkaiimct. Kuitor. Teriu.--92.OUi. year, 1m-t In ailsalsce. ItAII.HOAI THAIKS. LrATE ECRLLidToT, coles North, on the Central Vermont 1L IL, at M a. m., (eiccpt Monday inornin-. ami 9 50 a. m., and 4 47 ana and .-w p m. "..d; East at 6.55 a.nu li50 and 7.53 p.m.; Ooin-Sooia. on the hntland aui SurlinonR. K. a: t ii ai.d 10.1 j a. m, iul and 9.05 p. m. T&ai. ABinc from the orth and West at ..Sj a m., - ' and 9-10 P-m ,rwm -e El!t Bt 6,20 snd 10.nu" 'a m.. 5.51 and S J5 p. m , from the South, 1.jli an 1 . t" a. in. ( 4.47 and 7.-0 p. m. Ti:.VMMOAT. Stkamcrs LEasEr!nz'orth, atl.Op. m. Goms; Louth, at V tJ a.m. terry to Plaltsbnrs at 11 a m. Keal Kstate. Mr. Ir P. Kus.cU has purchased of L. B. Piatt, a lot on George ttretl, of 50 feet front, being part of tho Stannard property, for $l.fi00. The -varlet fever h rajins in KatlacJ to a urioas decree. Ad eagle a as sli'it in SLelbnrn, Wednesday, ctaarin( eetea fet fou...

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. — 25 December 1874

A mind Spinner. i.t mcs. dele nrsT. 1 a Mind spinner in the mn. I trie! mrdaist 1 tni'w that all the threads will run Appointed wars ; i Vnjw ich day will brin- its tik . v.u.i-. n Min-J, no more I ak i ' ii"t kc-tsr tk uje ur uimo Oi that I -iiio; i . nlj know that tome coo came, A nJ laid within M Jiand the thread, and mid, Sioc jcu Mind, tot one thinjjjou can do." '.ict'mep the threada so rcnih and fait. And tin J led fl, i r.nuw wild storms rrwetp,ng put And fear that I i" fill, .jt dare not tiy to find i.ur plaet.', fcinee lam blind. i . j r,'-t why. ltut I am sere Tuat tint ana place, f . - u.c creat fabric to endure P.rt time and race, V . litre... will hare; an, from the Bret, i't. uh blind, I nerer felt accurst. I :'. nk. perhaps, this trust haa .-pran From one short word i i nrer me when I was louns; So youns I beard it Knowing nut that Uod'a name t'j;ul M l-ruw, and sealed mo In?, thou;!t 1-lmJ. ' u! lather LU'sbeaealor - Within, without. It matters not; the lond d.wno 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. — 25 December 1874

m THE BUBLINGTON, VT.. i'EEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER '25, 1874,. BUiIlIXGTON, FRIDAY, DEC. 25, 1874. u. ;. BirvEiiicr, Editor. TcriiisS2.00 a ) ear, always In advance. The House finished the Legislative, Ex ecutive and Judicial Appropriation bill, on Friday, and is ready to proceed with the Naval Appropriation bill. This is the first time for manj years that the House has de voted itsell so strictly to the business of the short session. The Pacific Mail Steamship Oompanv is certainly a very unlucky company, aside from Congressional investigations and expen sive agents. The Japan, the steamer it has just lost, by fire, is the eighth vessel which the company lias lost in the last five years, including the Bienrille, which was only charier. 1 by the company, and the Alaska, which went ashore at Hong-Kong, but will, it is hoped, be got afloat again. Theothers were the Relief, the Ariel, the Golden City, the America and the City of Guatemala. The llienvillc and the America were b...

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 December 1874

1 !i THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOKN1NG, DECEMBER 25, 1874r. .1 1 Tin: fjsek rin:ss von l-- POSTAGE FREE. Alter the first day of January next sub r.bers to the AVeeklt Free Pkess will rc ,st their j.iper poVtajw paid. This entails the publishers a considerable additional . ,cn-c, and is practically a reduction of i rieo of the paper. Wc mie it cheer s', however, in the hope and expectation .1 largo addition to our smb-cription list. - ,-ae new feature of interest and value, ,. ,! lc introduced in our sheet, the coining lr ; we intend to make the Fsee I'kiss a 'ittir paper than ever, and one that no Vrnntcr should be without. Will not miliar subscribers, (while renewing i : .uiptly their own subscriptions) .commend :ir paper to their neighbors, and inform n m that they can now have the Free I'kiss ,, .-tac free. Price, S2 a 'car. alys in idvanee. stiti: or u:iuic)t. l. ASIIEL PECK, (iOVERNOA. a pnoutMiTiov Hi' On the mornins of December 1-Jta, -ri. lit onfrrbuiM nz occup...

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. — 25 December 1874

n, ittTvT w PHESS. FRIDAY MORNING. 13 E O EMBER 3i BIJKLIJ.'GTON, FRIDAY. DEC. 1671. ;. ;. m:Ariirr, r.uiior. Trm--:J.OO n yrkr, alwnyK In .tli. lire. UAlLltOAI, T1CAIKS. LE4TE rrnLi-scToS, coin; North, on the Central 1'ermont R. R at 4.30 a.ra., (except Monday mornin;,) and 9 Z0 n. m., and I 47 and 7.55 p.m. soinx Katt at 0.55 a.m.. I!L50 and 7.53 p.m., liotn trfiato. on the Kntland and slurlfnon II. R.. at S 3) a. m., and 2.IU and .u; p.m. Train. Arbivsj from the North and West at7.55 a.Ta 2.00 and 9.10 pjn.t from the East at5.2o and I0.SO a. m 1.EI1 and 8 35 p. m. , from the fconth, 4.20 and 'J.05 a. m.; 4.47 and 7.20 p. m. bTKAJlBOATS. Eteimrrs LrtvE jroUis: North, at 4.00p. m. Goin; South, at 9.JI a.m. Ferry to Plattsburj at II a.m. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Champlara Transportation Company will bo held at their office, in this city, on the fith proximo, for the election of Direc tor". Hon. tt. J. Saxc, of Sheldon, has been ap pointed U. S. Consul at St. Joh...

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