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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 January 1875

BV CHARLES DICKES5. n i.oa tiie let sees and ta.Vs aro all ended, And the school Ut the day Is disin.sted, rl the little ones gather around mt. To bii ice ood ninhtand be kissed the 1 ttlc white hands that encirclo My neck la a tender embrace ! u. the smile? that are halos ol heaven, Nueddiiisu Ehiueoflovoenmy lace' And w hen they are oce I sit dreaming ci m ch.Mhoud too lovely to last; 0' love that myheart will remember. When it wakes to the pulse of the past, Fre the Wurld and its wickedness made iue A pa rtner of sorrow and sin ; Win'ii the sittry of God wis about me, Aj 1 the slory of jjlacness within. v i. mv heart jtowb weak as a woman'. Ami the loaiittins of leelim; will liow, U 'wn 1 th ok ! the paths Eteep and stony, ll here the ftvt of the dear ones matt ; 0 the mount d. ns of sin hanino'er theui, ot the tempest Fats blowing mid, i"i there its ntlmon earth haUu hoH Ai tJ o muocent heart of a child. 1 li-1 arc Juls of hearts and of households , t tl: e angels ul iiod iu dit...

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. — 1 January 1875

one ni'ULl.NHTJS, FK1UAY, JAN. 1. 1873 LuulMana. Tlie uuIiaj I'J condition of affairs in Loui una, find.- fresh exemplification in every i.nl event in that State. It seems to V- Minily impossible to hold an election, tl.cre, the result or which all he quietly ac..uii"-tcd in hyhoth parties. Irregular ities take place at the polls, and in the can-Tas.-.ing boards, to fuc'a an extent as to give each ide the opportunity to claim every election. The utmost bitterness of feeling, illustrated by numerous personal conflicts, ia the last of which Ex-Governor Yarmouth appears as one of the actors, prevails ; and ;t ; t.lnin that onlv the rrcssurc of a strong f .ree of V. S. troops prevents the settling of the question ol supremacy, TOinf-u -j ublicans and the "Conservatives" or uliitc-leagucr-, by Uoody warfare. The itatc election was held on the 2d of November, nearly two months ago, and the i i i. nnnftiinced bv the 'Kc- turning Board." im is a i"'"" members, two being KipuClicans and one ...

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. — 1 January 1875

THE BTJELINGTON, VT., FEEE PRESS, F.RIDAY MORNING, JANUARY rii! 11:1.1: i'iti.is l'oit 1'US.TAUE FttEE. AUrt.'ie Ert day of January next sub ,ti!.t. t.ithe .Vkem.v Fern: 1'aisn will rc , tc tl.cir paper po-usc paiJ. 'Ki- entails ,,n the pulilihcn a ccriMiler.iIIe additional ,'ic, and is practically a reduction of ; ' price nf the paper. Wo iakc it chcer ! ,'!r, however, in the hope and expectation ' .1 iarc addition to our uh-cription iit. - no new feature-: of interest and value, 1 u !c introduced is our sheet, the coming ' it : fc intend to make the Fbee Pel5? a cttcr paper than ever, and one ti.it no Wn .nntcr should be without. VTil! n.-t 1- n-salar mri--crilicr?. (while renewing , - .iptly tlicir own subscriptions) .commend . ir p.tpcr to t'icir neighbor, and inform : 1.1 t!iut the can now bare the Fke I'eess i-ta-je free. Price, $j a year, always in i.liancc. 1. 1875, Sotxseicxs or IxDrsiur. Black Hirer ' IVni, Card fsom Essex. The sc Cornel of SovereiSns of Industry No. 0, 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. — 1 January 1875

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, . JANUARY 1, 1875. 8flw &nt 8ss BUKLINGTON, FRIDAY, JAN.-1, IST3 ;. mrvcniCT, editor. Terms -S.OO a j ear, always In ad auce. UAILKOAJ THAI!. Lute rtP.LiscT05, coin;; North, on the Central ennont IL JL, at 4 JO 3, eh., (except Moiiday morninf.) and 9.50 a. in., and 4 47 ami p.m. ; East tt G.55 a.m., 12JM and p.m.. Uti'nzbcvtn.on the Kotlind and Furllnjtcd R, R.. at t 'J a. m.. and 2.(U and 9.05 p m. TnAivfc ahrivr frcm tLe orth and West at 7.53 a. 2.()and 9.10p.m,; from the East at 5. A. and Ki.wa. m.. :J:0 ana 3 i) p. m . irom ine &um, 4.2oand).t3a.m.; 4 47 and 7.2U p. m. STUAMBOATB. Stkaufus I.nAVE roinj; North, at 4.00 p. in. Go n; Watcrburj now ha3 a weekly paper the Enterprise a. temperance organ, edited by Mr. A. A. Hoyt. IIpps arc felt of n religious revival in the Iiurlington Grange, under the labjrs of their devout and godly chaplain to whom, tince hU election to that clerical office, mut belong tho title of Itcverend...

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. — 8 January 1875

1 Krttl Tm i. ' lT tlUtf .U it V i -.:: T)i t Vilor !o. t thee well. i zri r.nMint, steading there alone. , . vtlier ,tar. are ctuuitrin every hour, t r.rt the same, hen da3ii;rht fad s away, t irnl henra pr-me duVn from yon bright s-xt. hn toenUlit. tLnt Mds thee lonn-rly irr dusk breast, ret iron before i - r.ir morn, thy trembling ray is seen in n- irniii the wry p?int where first u- N ilit rcreiled thee. Blest indeed, bow W t v et, ui.chan.-iii r i;ht to -,-, wJi(1 H k i j :,s ioa.ii as tlio lorer does i . ii taw eh:n.n- froa L.t. dariinjr- lace. htcaei trrve.w. who has last his way. i" ii. tiro tr..- old Uppression's Reafao -nr. h-nd th.p nt fioea those dark, wild eye., .i-' to fin.! tnec tluoorli the leafy w.l-, not. o tho dear anen-inc: aide i ntr Wira-rcd the panting f urer'- r. I. v. tbscj.u-i'. the .'i -a ' ui-, wi -c . iuo t'lf.. cirelt, hi i i.i I 'm l i ,-l.t t mere r 1 1 wor-h.) an''.t lut --! v 1 i iiitbitu lie knej V .n ti t i.r z,e. i'l KB5 it j I I. A i . ML . ,. ....

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. — 8 January 1875

THE BURLING-TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY S . 1875. (Thr Jrec gross. BIIULIXUTJX. FRIDAY. JAN". 8. IS75 Ui:.-VCIICT. Ijlltor. rrmh--SJ.O J 'r, alwmri lu ad- .lire. Her. Father Thomis Lynch, V. G., de vott another column in the Sentinel, to the Free 1'eess id Tims. With what is intended, doubtless, to be severe sarcasm, he alludes to this paper as '-ocr infallible neighbor." And he catechises u as follpws We are gravely told "it would be too much to say that Mr. Gladstone has divided the English Roman CathIics into two parties. The two parties existed before.' Now since the Free Pees and Tihes .amh a nreroeative which it denies to the Vicar of Christ, viz infallibility. I ask for toe following explanation, for even we Catholics must receive instruction ironi Whit ill not dtrcat fcrntral Eta. General Ilatier had a little supper ten dered bim at lb-ton . the other evening, by Gen. Swift, Collector Simmons, and some seventv-Sve ot his admirers, who remain faithful in bit...

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. — 8 January 1875

Tin: niKK iMti:ss rou is-.-.. POSTAGE FKEE. After tlis Erst day of January next seili nhcra to tho MTeesit Kik Phess will rc no their paper postaso paid. This entails the publishers a considerable additional veTi?, and is practically a reductijn or . price of the paper. We make it cheer . r. however, in the hope and expectation . .urge addition to our subscription list. . new features of interest and Taluc. ,. be introduced in our sheet, the cot-ins . ir , we intend to u.akc the Free Press a 1 iter paper than ever, and one that no Wrnonter should bo without. Will not . regular subscribers, (while renewing ,,i .iiptly t!iciroxn.sub.soriiitiuns),conirnenil ir i.apcr to their neighbors, and inform i !, m that they can now ha; c the I'ree Press , r-txge freo. Priee, $2 a year, alirays in :ik-UCC. !iritI.I.-;TI.V A.MI VICI-flTY. The -tinnier Chainplain went int.) winter juartcrs Saturday l.-n'omotiuri over the Rutland division of Centra! Vermont was much impeded by r' c sn,, -torm on Sat...

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. — 8 January 1875

SS55E ;fiu .'Jim mm. m-KLiyGtoy, fkipay, jax. s, ists. ;. tit ni-AKnicT, Editor. I fiit!'i.Oi a year, always 111 mflvaiacc. k iMuAI TIUIUB. Latvi 1 t-Rt-HtJio, colnj; North, tn the Central erai'-nt K. al 4-3D a.m.. (except Monday raorc:ni. and 9 30 a.m., and 4 4 and 7..- u.m.i po.ns fcjut t C.j5 a.m.. 12.50 and 7.33 p.ni tinr i.ato,oa tbe Gotland and Eurllnzton It. rw, at n" 2d a. m., and 2(J and 9.03 p.m. Tail Aukiu from Uib North and West atw a.m., anl 9.10 p.m, j from the Kast at 5.2u and 10. V) a. m.. 3.0 and 6 33 p. m ; from the bouta, 420 and 11.(3 a. n.; s 47 and 7.20 p. m. The Hoard of Directors of the Merchants National Kant, of Bajiington, hare de clared their usual semi-annual dividend of five pet cent., payable on and after January 2, I $75. IIore DaowxED. George Derby, the mail carrier between Alburgh and North Hero, Iut his horse and sleigh, on Tueday, in attempting to cross the ice at O'XeilV Ferry, near North Hero. Nemui'Ek Sale. The Vermont Journal, at Windsor, whic...

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. — 15 January 1875

tl C4 Tbcltal1.nl r Itr1cy CoiM.nKton. AW nt iwo fcanilrM 3-eirs ao Iumi prin kissed ,ff Ui winter now. 1 nder the royal law, Ck! U ill. am 0Jdiniton wia made, Hi a.l the i-Iclen-titue par. do, A ban Ima, courtly man was Le. ew Knclvn-l'saristocrarr. AtH rich In -oW and lands, iUi niatuonti hueklfs, romlcrclcB-. at 1 treehe., broaddUTwlotutcM-tu?. And ruffles 'round hU haa-is. Is wore a btood-red aiirnct tins, t ith ctat of arma and quartering And old heraldic crejt, A ywwd with ruined, pilr-r hilt. And car.oo pild-embroidcr(d io It llun his satin vwt. Ii ii.anrcr, ralm and diniSed W .-ro tempered Ufa a pmwr prid-s o, KKMtiieancetrj, Hi Mtnl, iBaint old hocce wa knra, t. ith mas vm chimney 1m' It of ?Un. Kir h.flpltaiity. A century jone '-at early dart, lu eu:mnr-tiiut the old town cter. II is dull la)'nlatur dooe, fchou h. amall oftlwereakin- door . lie ttar the honored nme ot yore. of William C'vddinton. (.- k-d an J queer, with ej-n thi Mini, .ma haudi outlined with truaut ink, V...

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. — 15 January 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 15, 1875. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, JAN. 15. IS75 ;. li. UirVEHICT, Kdltor. i.-n.,..e'.2.fM a rear, al wars lit advance-. The I'Inanre BUI. The financebill pissed tlic House (without debate, under t!ie previous question, ana ex actly as it roxe from tie Senate) by a vote of 13Gvens against 03 nays. The majority was cumfc-ed of 135 .Republicans and 1 Liberal ; the minority of 71 Democrats, 3 Liberals, ani 24 Republicans. Among the Republicans who voted in the minority were pronounced hard-money advocates, like Mr. Dawes. Messrs. K. li. and George 1". Hoar, of Massachusetts; Mr. Hawley, of Connecticut, and Mr. Willard, of crmont. Among them also were avowed inflationists. like Mr. Kelley, of Pennsylvania; Mr. Crutchfield, of Tennessee, and Mr. Smith, of North Carolina. The representatives of the two extremes of financial doctrine were united in their rejection of a measure which i essentially of the nature of a compromise The Democra...

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. — 15 January 1875

ritr.i: rm:ss Koit it.. POSTAGE FREE. Alter the firt day of January next sn.li .fibers to the Weeklt Fbes Presi vM to , , ivc tbeir paper postace paid. Thi cr.lails ,n tlio publUliers a considerable nJiitional , .t. -ti.l u nMi-iirillv a redaction of tV prico r the paper. Wo make it chocr r. however, in the hope and expectation j lnre addition to our subscription lUt. - ,r.e new features of interest ami value, !il be introduced in our sheet, tho oiciing tar : we intend to mate the Fan? I'rejs a 'otter paper than ever, and one that no rnnontcr thjuld be without. Will n.it .,,. titular mWribers, (while rrtcwuu: .-..i .l i ...n.ml-ni I '.UJJLtj IUCII Winuu.ll(im-u-,n""- iz piper to their neighbor, and inform . v m that thev can now have the Feie I'mss ,. ,-tagc ffce. Price, ?-3 a year. olwsy in ph&ncc. nrui.i.-viiTorv .- viciaitv. Ztr BrlttB ' laiarillnillriI. flic ioinioiioners and director of the Kuriir.gtun and Lamoille railroad held m.-ctin;:- i" h city, Taesday. Id the i- .hid...

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. — 15 January 1875

THE BURLINGTON, V T . , FltliiE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 15. 1875. flie Jm $rts& HUHLlNtiTJN, FKIDAy. JAN. 15 IS j. ;. itirvnuiCT, i:.ntor. Ttrm.--S2.00 it r.r, nlira)- l mlVAlice. ItAll.HOAIS TIt.ViaM. Lrxve Elblisch'X, soin- Jtorth, on tbe Central Vermont 11. JU, at 4.3a a. m (except Monday rnarntojr.; and 9 30 a.m., and 4 47 and ,-o r..m.! K;ns eit at GJS a.ul.. lira ana .u p.ni.. tlintx.utU.on the Kutland and tunm-lon ia. r...... f-. n. fl Nrrlli and ttpst at a.ra iA and Uit pan,; from the East at 5.2u and ta.Wa. m- .i.;tt and X. p. in ; rcni the South, 4. so ana u.il A- m.i .. -u-i .u i-. ut. 5!rs. I'epin.foraerly of Winoosti, died at the residence of her son. Mr. J. II. l'cpin at Escj. Vi., at the age of 101. She was I tbe inciecJ stricture liy olivo-pointcJ me- the mother of 23 children. Reported for tbe Free Trcsi and Time?, r-lltrnarn Canntr llr-lril Society. The quarterly meeting of this old medical organization, whose history begins with the year 1820, was hold...

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. — 22 January 1875

t The footprints in the hnovr. BT &E. C X. CiCBETTE. i t j aU-s nioua thnra;i the froaijr nlbt i. we twmklinc crystals ookllj" brli-bt, WuPe ple at4 01 la tbe mooa looked awn on thi wierd lan Swap crlp awl brown. The v". "arc nettlad oeath the bill SA;t In ttie mion-me. ta-k ant tt 11, .irt) wlierc strav Rl.mmer n:t lnr pj- r '.araetl v.'is iTsome mok i. 1 "er Held and foreat, pate and 'rs-. f.iemn nileoce rce&ed enpruua. Till ftartlod bf the sadden bay Oi roue roofed watca-doj far away. Pat where, athwart the brooVside sla.lc, Tin -lant m'H-wlieel flaflz its chade. Two oi r-iD3 parted. Few and brief T.ic rwuPl?, bUwhattlwy wronlitof err,?' F e rr.Tn o'er tbe hill top crept An i -red the tmrtful heart that .cpt Tit" w 7 iM of tbe Know had paswl, Aai A .- the held h s mantle cast. Thf ron rrc goMen and Ferene, Mi-! ttans cea broadcast o'er the srcee, Anl fhciwert. across the fro ten floe, Two 1 ttie footpnats la the snow. Tlu m Her wlnstltvl n lif bade .: -r m therra!l In lit...

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. — 22 January 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FIi.EE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. 1875. Jrce $rcss. inmu."(rrjN, i today, Jan. 23, ists. 1;. li. ISlYEMCTi Editor. rrni--S2.00 J 'rf ftlvayii In ndvAlice. The Ssl-Catnmlttec's Report. Tlie stronge-l document that has as jet appeared on the Conservative side of the Louisiana controversy, is tho report of the Congressional Sab-Committee, an abstract of which is given in another column. Wc must believe that this committee intended to find oat the truth and to tell it ; and their find ings, wc arc free to say, have changed oar imprc-siins on several important joints. They lc lore that thev could find no evidence of intim 1 hition of the colored Republicans at the i..-t election ; that in their opinion the acti m of the Retaining Iljard was arbi trary and illegal, and that if the results of the tlsiiim had been fairly declared, tLc Conservative would have had a clear ma jority of the 11 iu-e. It does not seem to us thnttl.o .i.'hii ms of the committee, cn the...

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. — 22 January 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FKEE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 22. 1875. tiii: niKC i'bkss rou ist.v l'OSTAGE FREE. .Uterine first iJiyof January neit sub ribsr3 to tho Weeslt Fees rzss rc itive their paper postage paid. Tbis entails ..11 the publishers a considerable additional -I'snne. and is practically a reduction of price el the paper. We raakc it cheer ily, however, in the hope and expectation a larje addition to our subscription lit. ,.nc new feature of interest and value, will be introduced in our sheet, the coming j car ; ire intend to raate the Free Press a tetter paper than ever, and one that no Vermr-riter should be without. Will not ,ir regular ubcribr?, (wliilo renewing ITjmptiy their own pubscription) .commend .Mir paper to their neighbors, and inform ilieai t'.at they can now Iiave the Fbee Press pjetage freo. Trice, 2 a year, always in idtanee, IH'llI.I.MiTOY -S.-M. I'lt'r.TilTV. The ire-cutter began wort in the Uy jjsttrdav. The Iji'ati'in survey of the IJurlington .:.!...

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. — 22 January 1875

5'.'. SB Mi m liKKLlXGTON, FRIDAY, J AN. , IST5. . hi:."Viiiiict, naitor. Terms S'-.oo a year, nlirnya la ndvance. kaii.ikfai, Tit.vias. Lkavk rtrausGToy, zoic; Kortb, cn tbe Ccnt-al VerrflOtt K. It., at 00 a.u (except Monday uotalnir, ard 9.5t) a. m and 4 7 and 7. w p.m. ; gom-i Eait it G.S5 a.m.. 12.30 and 7.55 p.ir., l.otaz boutB. on tba itntland and iiurllnston IL JU it 8 20 a. m , and lJ and ?.0j pTm. Team. Aucite frra the Ncrth and Ve;t at".." a. re., 2.0U and 9.10 p.m, . from the East at 5.2u and li'-Hs a. nu, 5.M and t 33 p. m ; from tho Sonth, -i.-joand9.lCa.nl.; 4.47 and 7.3) p. m. Knseell and Washburn hare moved their law acd collection oEcc from the Uotva: Xnthnal Bank bnildicj, to tho Time Jiuilj:r, corner Main and Church trecl' Xeiv Method or Obtaining Srucsir T!0.s There is a Vermont editor, it n paid, Ttbu obtains outecriptionsby fpendin; the irrcitcr I art ol bis tine standing at Mrcot ornc:- ar.d stopping runaway team. Ofciur-e tie i.trner of the team is duly j.iat...

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. — 29 January 1875

The Skull In the Hold Drift. ST 1DWAHD C. ST ED It IS. N bat h ' dumb jester, cease to ?rln an-i mirV it ' Grim courier., thou hut stayed upon tbo road ' Yield up the fecret or this battered casket. This shard, where oace a lirln; sout abode1 What doit thou here? how Ion j haft lain .mbt.iIi.od la crj sul Fania, the drill of Time despair. TMne earth to earth with aureate dower weeded. Thy parts all changed to eomethins i Ich aiid ra i e Vccle8j thou art, and yet a revelation Oft-feat mot ancient world beneath the ?fw , Cat who shall cuess thy race, thy ninie aM nation, .Coos and itxma ere those bowlders jrrew What alchemy can make thy rliijre liker Its untranamuted ahaje. thy fletbrestcre, ilcfulre to blood ajain thy jolden ichor, Fosses s thee of thy life thou fcadst before? il 'ore ' And when ' What a soi Immemorial Hare passed since daylight fell where thou dart ileep' hit mo! ton strata, ar. and flnijwm Have shielded well thy rea:, and pressed thae deep 71fu little wist what cic...

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. — 29 January 1875

fltc Jfra fitss. . ;. BEXEIHCT. Editor. Trui Sa.UO ', 4"HM. ttt Dairymen. Wc need make no apology for the space wc hare given to the meeting of the Dairy men's Association. Vv"lio of our readers does not like good butter, and -wish there was more of it in the world? Who docs not know that Vermont tin dairy State; that whatever add to the amount and quality of her dairy products adds largely to the resources of the State, and brings so much of prosperity to the whole community. O'or readers therefore should be glad that the dairymen meet for counsel and mutual infraction. Not a few of our readers, we know, though not farmers, read with inter est the papers and discussions which wc have reported so lully much more fully than any other parcr; and those who caro little for these matters can find interesting reading ia uch an essay as Mrs. Kile's pleasant taper on the poetry of farm life. So we arc glad to fill our columns with the dairymen's doing and sayings ; and shall Is? gladder Mil...

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. — 29 January 1875

THE BUBLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29. 1875. IIITKI.I.MiTOX A.TiI VICIMTV. Enos Stimson, of -Montpelier, has received a patent for a crate, and John E- Dans, of Bradford, for an ox-shoe. .Miltox. Jl. D. S. Meeker, of this town, during the past season realized from twenty nino cows the sum or .2.4 19.12-$:!.l 4S.10 on butter, and S30I on port and caWc fatted cn the waste. Liscolv. D.Johnson has purchase! onc- l.jlfof the l)UMncs part of M. It. Cove's The weather has been very cold for the ia-t ten days. For eight days the thcr momctcr stood below zero, going as low as 22 degrees. VTc take pleasure in calling the attention ul farmers to the advertisement of " situa tion wanted bv a competent chceso maker," and as sach we arc pleAMjd to Ticommt nd Sr. Aliuss IScties Mabket, Jan. 2t'. Market quiet with limited offerings. Win ter made 20 to 25 for common to fair, and 21 to 23 for medium to cood. Choic? fail made, 32 to 3j ; selections, 3Co. Miltox. The friends of Ke...

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. — 29 January 1875

BITULIXCTON, nilDAY, JAN. 23. 1875 :. nirSEDICT. Editor. T,r,... s3.o y'i '"" Reported for tie Free Tntt ud Times. Ttrnont Dalrjmen'a Association. SITTK WINTER JIEKTCiC AT VONTrHJEK, VT. , JAN. 20, 21 AND 2. i'!ic Association assembled" at VHUeo Hall, Montpclicr, Jaruarv 20th, at 10 o'clock, a. m. The attendance was small less than fifty (ni of these but three ladies) being rrocnt in the hall when tho meeting was called to order by the Presi dent, Hon. H. D. .Mason, ol Richmond, Yt. The number was. however, increased to abuot eventy-five before the adjournment at nocn. A number or gentlemen from abroad, in cluding representatives of the press, were present, among whom wc noted I'rof. L. 1!. Arnold, Secretary ol the American Dairv men's Association, reporter for tho New York Tribune; I'rof. E. T. Wickson. President of the Utica (N. Y.) Dairymen's Hoard of Trade, and dairy editor or tho l'tica Herald ; A. W. Chccver, editor of the New i:n;land Farmer ,- Lcander iVcthcrell, editor of t...

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