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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 February 1875

I ,31 nil I an n' (iotpcl. T ASSII n CUBIST. l' a a rare bit ot news for you. Miry M alone; And troth, 'tli tin itrinrest that erer wai kncwD Von remember l told jou a twelvemonth ago How a oul came Irom haren to TovertF row If an ujel had troubled the waters that bore Uneh little white craTl to our turbulent ibor. o mortal could toll , bat that innocent child, Lkea dcve without wiajj, nestJns dwnj and tender, , With cyea Tallin p!ctarcB of Tradlfe pl.ulott Came into the tenement cra:y and wild. An! the hard 11 eu pltUeu, rongh aad deAled, Over to Jlallijan'fi, It s ttrtnze to cur eyes, but perhaps yon hare seen A vice claUptta tendrils of delicate green tt'and a desolate roct, or a lily pow wblte iii it root in the tarn acd its face in the light; 4.ir hen night and ttorm wrap the sky In a shroad, A ft&r shaken out from the fotd uf a cloud this little one came but It cerer seemed rlht There ere children enough, Heaven Xcoas' in that Babel, Cafieta for the 1 ombs from thebold whi...

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. — 5 February 1875

3Fhf Sm Wm- BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, FEU. 5. ,;. . IIirvnnlCT. Editor. 1875. a year, al way la ad auce. Acdj Erdlius. The return of ci-I'rcsidcnt Andrew John son to tie Senate of the United States is decidedly thescn-ation of this day of start ling political events. His chances of elec tion did not appear to be very strong till Monday ,ivhen Mr. Hates, who was the lead ing candidate against Johnson, suddenly withdrew bis name when he was within three Totes of election. Governor Brown, of Tennessee, who had retired from the field, then came to the front. His nomination wis followed Jit the adjournment of the I-cgNla-ture, lioth parties apparently being afraid to trust their fortunes to an immediate ballot. Next day Governor Brown had got some light on the subject which induced him to decline to permit the uc of his name. The opposition to Johnson, though a majority ol the legislature, could not then be concen trated on any one, and Johnson was elected on the 55th ballot by two majority, a...

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. — 5 February 1875

0 itncijIXKTOX AM) VICISITV. r-mall.poi. .-. card rno-i Tn heiltu orrun:. Burlixgiox, Yt., Jan. 20. To allay the excitement fo prevalent rc girdins the epidemic of small-poi affecting the city, 1 desire the foilo-vinc statement published There are at present within tho city , nits two cases of small-pox. One dan rjii, situated oa Champlain F-treet, oac livalescing on Battery street. The pest je, situated three miles away, contain." -ij caws, all doing well. A. P. Grixxill. Health OSccr. Ife, the iindcrsisned physicians have no inow ledge- of ca-c- except thoso above rcca tioned. II. 11. Atwter, Waiter Carpenter. 11. A. CrancUll. 15. Land, I: S. I'cek. 1'. J. Kent. !.. M. liingham', amuel Worcester. B. W. Carpenter, Ohas. P. r'havt-r, U.Crandall, S. Waser, Albert Ooltiii, M. Cile. J. E. MoDtmarquet, Sim Del V. Thayer. II. II. I.mgdon. ihctity authorities have parchad the :ekery place, on Xorth Arenac. I.r a ho rital. (' :nidoration, 3,500. V Mr. rharlc" Cootwarc.rccentiy died in ilat...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 February 1875

"-! BTTKLINGTON. FRIDAY, FEB. 5. 1873. ;. i. BKNEDICT. Editor. Trii.--Sl.o year, 1W advance. itaiiaioAi TBAism. Liavs ECM.I5GTW. roins; North, on the Central marninSM a"1 9 50 m" nd ", ilotaisoota.oa the KntlandandllurlinirtonK. lUeteiua.m., nndlUand.ft3p.ni. Til 5s Abuti friB the North and West t7J3 aTm- 2.CU mi 9.10 p.m, ; from the tut at tMni liai a. m 5.S0 anSa 35 p. m. ; from the booth, J,.3)andS.Uja.m.! t.n and P- Counterfeit S20 United States Treasury notes, dated March 10, 1662, arc in circula tion at Montreal. The spurious notes are a good imitation. Casidu.v JtKciraocirr. The Senate committee on foreign relations has agreed to report against tho ratification of tho re ciprocity treaty with Canada. l!rttlcboro has a Iadv resident who pro fesses to bo as wonderful in her power of mind reading as young Brown himself, and those who ought to know pronounce it genuine. lior. Stilxan -Morgan, of Bristol, is criti cized fcr injudiciously marrying couples who ought not to bo marrie...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 February 1875

For tht'Frte Tress. The Snow Storm. ; e era roll swiftly o'rth iall, i.- inn behlod a cloudy trail. Ami i tmbm are fiilci wits joy 1 it Tff-airiiir. ai brisut-ejfrl r .twj-d ily tbe ruihiog whecli J- j il u ti s waitiu borOtu feelf, i; ua tha.i rmctiDj) Jarn aJ. . 1 t cfap the baaaul Oe.re-i irieod. . ucnuT-rk 1 hare to do, . -ie tho i'l 1 .jo tJ woo. : (Dwliiif, tae rude, uuieelio; iu.rm uiisk un m-tl-cluus ioriu. , slow e -tiion tiomnsi if tfio k-ty , o etsp't all It WeacUTM Arr. wad -akB up ibe thickening ihctt, to. n's .M&n tu btuo;lfcet, u jr u .d be siad to sInw it tuMti.tt cm foe d"oe v th idjw. a i cudo tue Iruiiif door, ro'SitU i J tMu fcetu'eT , - ib.e4A-n,i-a the sheep, i. j i 1 --rt t .e:btr .n a heap, i uti --tap d, let: I ta-T-a'g somethliis w. n;. ti't i!at tttcir comb.oos loM aUmr. A i v r tin fc mi, to freU) wroas&t, 'i r atpt etod aUempt to ur;cs, a a u.. pl tltetn.urpe arje. li i t i-uf tau haven uluii6, ,u trnnk. Mth fearfallau. t -u aii'l z rid are madly...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 February 1875

.flic Jjm $r& ,;. i. BHXi:lICT. Editor. Trut S2.00 n ytr, i.liraj- Inniltince. Society In 1 Irstnla. Some sivea years since a gentleman (whese name wc arc" not at liberty to give) , then .,rir.- ia this county, bought a farm in Virginia, and moved tbhhcr with his family. In politics here lie was an oil Whig, and re mained much in the fame position as Dr. Wheeler, never quite a Republican, and at the besinics of the war was so cold, back ward, and sympathizing with Southern right", that the boys one night nailed a fhg to the top or Ms bouse and slwwcd hira some other indignities. He went to Virgin ia in the hope and purpose to better his fortune, and equally in the hope and pur pose to build np as he could Christian insti tution and social privileges. All went well with him until just after the recent election, when. simiay for toting the Re publican ticket, he and his family were socially ostracised, and raadc to feel, as one of their acquaintances remarked, that "ifo manvotol w...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 February 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MO KNIN Q-, FEBRUARY 12, 1875. ju"hi.i.;tox asi viciimtt. 1 bo Good 'J'cmiilarsor this city realized ihc bsndome sum of SUO.SO by their re cent masquerade party. VEK0EXXES.-Tb.i3 pl tas just added ,no to the number of bovs at the Reform -,-Lool. Kct. Ueo. S. Guernsey will preach in j . r.i ....t 9,,r4r . Feb. 11. Sa'u- t sSCi. -CU.lt;. . u . j , 0 t in the afternoon, "Scripturo Doctrino Repentance." The averajo temperaturo for the month of January, 1575, as compared with that month for 1S74, -was 10 lower, the average for 1ST! being 24 , an for 1S75, 11- Dr. Charles P. Thayer has removed his office from Church street to more commo Jl.us quarters in the Howard Bant build ing. College street, opposite the FEixrmss oSce. ST. AUIS! liCTTEtt JIaBKET. KlBHCARY 1 -Market on a decline. Quotations : com mon to fair, winter, 0 to 55.; medium to good, fall. 0 to 25c. ; selection, 32 to 33c; choice. 34c. Shipment. 250 tubs. W. V. CatUg aadT. A. Taft, o! t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 February 1875

lb i! THE BURLINGTON, VT., FliEE PKESS, FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 12 . 1875. 1.-. li. niTVEDICT. Editor. Terms-- Sl.oo a. year, always In advance. Uxdecuill Cistrk. In the death on tie morning of January' 3th, 1875 of Timothy Burdick, Efq., of Underbill, we BUKUMJTON. FRIDAY. FEB. IS. IBS! h"B IoSt f"S W"K5 ! htf oM ? I4' Cbippeway ,nd Quccnstown. llr. Bur- Jiclr. was born in llhuUo Islandin iht year 1701. He remoTcd with hra parents when a mere child to csttbrd, in this county, where ho resided until President Madi.on ISAILHOAlr TIUISS. Lzarz TVBiisaws, Kolas North, on the Central It K it 131 i m I .-wint Mnnil.T noimns,; and 9M a.m., and ti7 and u in 1S10, (and T.hcn Jlr. Burdict was 19 u.m. . ic n- rut t 6.35 an., I2-0 aod 7 Iw p.m., I . . llf . , i.o n i smitn, on the hntund ud nurlinjtonR. years ol aire), issued a, call lor troops la r;ri!:Sa .17JS "PeI the Indians of the Xorthwest.when he .ra..2.wDi?.i0ujn., rronnhtit6.3i,tni I ejlutcd into tho regular Mrrice, Ktring bis 4.ar.d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 February 1875

The Mray Cnr.icl-.tu Amblun Tnlr I 1 JuES C. MAC. carnal driver, who had 2ct !Hs cinel, cfaracio: to weon A randerins Arab, in the Wj . . S?:d, -S'r, ay beiStM? j -no i Andwmt, I tfiltik, thrr4 ! v. . .. . "friy,"MMltIioHnnrer, irp- .c in "lie w1. .mlenl," wb i ti AcJ, tell nw, had h I -t ..n f ' ' crn en" "Auiiutir font Jla ' "In IV th ' .n fpeik tlie s.ui,...' trut.i "And, fur tbo h ai, ti.cre ww a stek Oi howr ua the ousel hack ' 'There ira", indeed' now tell me, p'aj (Of eunrsa aan't be lir away ), Just when asd where the fertile on passe I Andru we ain? ekir or fau t' "Fatii ." aad the atranser, 'm im wlt.! T knrw no more than I bare heart! From your own lip : Mar in my way flav e 1 rred. r m&ay a daj , ctmcl tyke th ne y-jn olaim ! ewpar it m the prophet's nam- '' The ranel driver all in ra'n - f-.anlit UiArat ta guUis Tie ttill m!ftad, Mtefore, That of Ui beast he knew do more Than from the owner he bad hearu 1 A hereat the emael drirer, stirred. With ratla, npreaeed fam ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 February 1875

Kite $m fms. j BItTlINgYoN. FRIDAY, FEB. 19. 1875 J. U. BKSEUICT. Bdltor. Triu"S J.OO year, lwy In adttnct, Arkansas. The wliolc Arkansas matter forma one of the mot curious muddle of this era of. eonirJicated politic-- It first came strongly (..f.iTi- the nnblie last srrinz. when the country woke to tie not rinpTecedenU ftrt that there was a qaarrel, attended with some bloodshed, between two claimants for the position of Governor of Arkansas Messrs Baiter and Brooks which was lor the time being fettled by the President's reeo-nition of Baxter as caring received the office through the form of an election, and as havice been recognized by the legislature. which had the right to determine his title to the office. Tending the decision ol the President on the appeals for aid made to him by both Baxter and Brook, Baiter called together the legislature, which met and passed an .inlmnrvre r-rovidinz for a Constitutional Convention This convention met July 14 and framed a constitution. The ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 February 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MO RNING, FEBRUARY 19. 1875. BCULIS-TOX AMD VICISITY. i'.er. 0. U. Wheeler, pastor of tie Con 0 rcgational church of Grand Isle and South Hero, received a donation of 100, recently, at an oyster supper held in the former place. Ricdhoxd. Win. Barney Las bought the farra and stock ol Elisha Andrews for $4,000. Elisha Andrews and S F. An drews haro bought of Win. Barney his farm and stock for $9,000. Wilmstox. In the poor house hero is a man named Tatro, 94 years of age, who yaws a cord of four-foot wood every dav. Where is the nonagenarian who can beat thU? The mean temperature of February thus lar ranges cicn lower than that of January. The mercury has been below tero every day tut one, for a week, and the mean of tho past half of the month is 8 . Starksisoiio. William Ksnson, an old inhabitant of thii place, aged fll years, went to bed last Sunday night in his usual health. The next morning hi sonon going to call him to breakfast found him de...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 February 1875

iht $m fjr. BURLIXOTJN, FRIDAY, FEB. 13. 1875. 11. G. BENEDICT. Editor. Teriu--SJ.OO . yr, lwfi tn.dvance. 11AIL.HOAD T11AI7IS. LiiTi Ecnuicrox, coins Morth, on tin Central Qominsj and 9 SO a. m, and 4 47 and 7.56 p.m.. coins Eait at 6.S5 ajn.,113) and JSpjn Golnc fcontn, on tie Bntlend and Bnrllnton K. R., at 8 JO a. m., ar.d 2.00 and 9.05 p. m. Tnaus Abmti Oxm the North and tt est a. 7.55 a.nu.00an49.10pjn,i JromthaKiinMBJWind IttM a. m- 5X0 and 9 3i p. n. i from lie bontn, 4.20 and 9.(0 a. m. i 4.47 and 730 p. P. The trottin; on the ice at Ticonderoga haajjeen adjourned to February 23d, 21th, 25th and 2Gth. Durias the recent storm some sir inches ofsnow fell here, as recorded at the Signal Service Station. Well', Richardson & Co. have moved into their new and spacious bnilding on College street, w est of St. Paul. The ezpenscs otthe I'assnmpsie railroad durinj the last half of the jcar, were re duced $30,000 oter tho corresponding per rio i last year. Two feet of snow, bad ro...

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. — 26 February 1875

Written for the Tn Preu tnd Timet. X he Maiden Urauger's Souz 0 yei I'to joined tie Led, deir MId, OX Patrons true ofEmbani-ry, ALd tweet the hope thit I stilt win, VVq what Jast wait awhile and see, 1 won't be longer a hopeleu ranker, I tuein to ajirrj- an honest Grander. To W-zlcvod yente, a S'4 zvod-1y: For on Tre waited Iubjj enoofh j 1 nerermore shall foolish nlih Ft,r mortals made of such lijht staff, i-iit niht I met a delightful ttranjtr, 'ui soon Til marry a joUe Granger. U.s chetls ate brown, his hands are rough, IUcjes are briht,h'u lips are red, li s worJi are few, his manneri blu lie's just the man for me to wed. . kind, so trne, there Is little danjer, in marrying. Minnie, eplendid Grinder. He needs no Jiey-clab, cologne, His breath no thinliisuise of cloves . But when his daily task Is done. He socs to see the clrl he lores, Clorer-perfnmedby the fragrant manser o yes, I'll marry a rich eld sranser. Ociole. W ritten for the Free Press and Times. Ituln. Br pitx rasToa....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 February 1875

THE BTJELINGTON, VT., fEKE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 26, 1875. 7T . . Mi m it CI ;ra.LVUrJXrDAYrFElTg6. I&75. ;. B3i:DICT, Editor. rs ssii--S-t.i s ssf l wan In tdiiucc Mm. Moaltoa's Tr-tlmon) w.i nen, tie reporters say, with great se.f -possession, an J evidently made a very -irony; impression ou all who heard it. It i taken by many persona as closing the case .ire-vocably against Mr. Bcecher. It is lamented un as if Mrs. Monltou had -wore directly and distinctly that both Mr. Beecher and Mrs. Tilton had confessed to her that they had been guilty of adultery Doubtles.- the intent and effect of her teste uonv v.a tJ g'uc that impression, let it trill be found on careful reading ol it that he diJ cit testify that cither of them con iiJ adultery to her. Mr. Beecher's con fe .-ion, or what is called a confession, to hcr,w:i in the following words . He took my haml in his and said'Kmma, do you knaw'anything ot thLs great sorrow ufmv lifer' I -aid, "Yes, sir;" He said, "Frank h...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 February 1875

THE BIJELINGTON, VT.. TREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOENING, FEBRUARY 26. 1875. i'or Couull- Comiullonei . LUCIUS C. BUTLER, or ESSEa.. UCIII-lXliTOX AK1 VlVialTY. iter. C. IV. Rowley bas rt-inccd the a-torato of tbe Congrcsationil Chutsb at IV e learn that Judgo Shipniao, uf Cun i.iicut, will hold the corains term uf the i jitcJ States District Court uLii.li opeui !'.o 31 of March. iiic country roads were well nigh iapam n'.le from the drifts, and many of them are wholly so from the thaw. Iluo. Jo. I). Hatch receitcd Friday a if delicioji oranges, pretested by Hon. 11 ti Iioot, who is spending the winter at .U.-'fonville, Florida The loi came through in six days. tit. Ai.bwj Butter Mibkst. Flbsciky :l Very little offered, and prises mostly without change from last week. Common tu lair, 15 tu 22c. ; medinm to good, 2"J to -Mac , ele:tions 2 to 29j. ; gilt edjre, 30 to -lie The lcltijti- revival at Swantuti still .' -.ntinues and has hesn fruitful in both the '.ingrfgntiiDai and Methodist churc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 February 1875

BirBLINUTJN. FRIDAY. FEB. SO. 1675. . c. BEJIEBICT. Editor. Ti iu.-S2.00 rear, '"' '"" UAILKOAB THAVINS. Laav. Esjiumtw. rolnj North. m tb.,??SJ Vermont K. B, at U) a. nu. ( H M"" tofai&ootn.on the KntlendendBnrllnitonR. K at 8 M a. III.. and 2J0 and M5 P-nj. TbaI Akrue from tho 55 Ij a.m-2.uJand9.10p.m,i ft,fMt5B-5,n,r Julia. m UO anS 8 li p. m. ! from the Sonth. AjW and S.05 . m. i e.7 '"d7Jlp.ni. The oldest inhabitants of Ilydepark sav that wells, springs and rivers are now lower than before fur many year?. Hay ana loa drr secnis to be plenty. Klcteher. a Drominent wholesale floor and crain merchant of St. Johnsbory, was found in an insensible condition, Tues day morning, and died, about an honr at- terward, of heart disease. Two uf the crack shots from each of the rifle club'-orjlilton and South Hero, are to shoot for a wager in the month of Oc tober next. The distance will be one hun dred rod" . Creedmore rules to govern ; preliminaries to be agreed upon hereafter. Captain ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 March 1875

Tlir Illrlh-Iaj- of Ruriit. i ZDNA XK 11 rsocWR. ..iti the Irnst ha4 chil.'ed t!ie.iiH m, And tb iiills wro walls with snoir. 11. tjert Haras was boro in Avrsairo Jui-t a bundr! years a0. '.M iImuI thecntttse tnrl Utin thn climdrmsl.tfcild.iwo, ?w tu w,u i imm off tti luoor as.1 Hhir.. thi- hcatl a ct1;i and bruwi. i at i- I- i, wis suxaiet's darlin;. Ms !c o' ramie, love, anl A. c, A- d tl-4; w.oter conld not harm 1m Let it I reak its utmost lrc. x it a hundred jears are numbered, we ba.i lae happy morn A hen, amid the Ayrshire snow-wreath. K .'.cri Dams, the rasn. was bom ! ' t d Kin-.' of Hearts be reijns to-day. W,:,i; the nuble throny around bim, '1 '.? pra .M that a ruin has sway ' -A ud il.e w de world's love bascrtwdd btm i ili h - Vail upon her bosom la he Lrtt gbt's ruddy slow, 1 .alntire -uu;s bis mother sinjs b.o Ai'S oibeotiand long ao- n 1 be thr lied at tales o? h' ro. "r V canals and warlocks Zrlm, 1 '.e lelt a chilly horror I r rp ox t.rer crery Itmb, lua lir shudde...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 March 1875

THE BUELIN&TON, V'i.. i'REE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 5. 1875. ,lic Jitc rtss. hi KLIN GT3N, "fBib A ArT5 1875. ... . BENEDICT. Editor, l'.riin Sa.OO J". "' ilviice. ! lJ faith in calling up the Arkansas rcsolu- f the Democracy, to entrust that party with That distinguished patriot. Colonel Thom as A Scott, who proposed to relieve the Trca-urv of a lew hundred million?, more or less, to baild a railway to the Pacific, over a route where the snow never falls and tho -ong of the grasshopper is not heard and the foot of the white man hath not been, has fallen on an unfortunate period. A wicked and auti-subsidious generation will not per mit hini to mako tracks through Texas. Kx-Scnator James W. Nye, on his way north from Jacksonville, Fla., left the sleep ing car at Itichrnond, Va., Thursday night nearly nude, and wandered about the streets until arrested by the police. He was uut iui-sed until the train arrived at Alex andria, and it was feared he had fallen from the car. It Ls...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 March 1875

THE BTraiilTSTGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNIN&, MARCH 5. 1875. iniLMKTOX A'I VICIX-TV. ,c perrons received the ordinance of ..nf.t tin. V,r.t lUntist Uburcu. mi- .V c hesr it said that Mn. August- White, h Driete9 of the Dawn Valcour Com- rity, has tccovc.o- lrom her coM and . soon Hart on a lecturing tour. Her .vt will be " Free Lot," m Jr-cticd i Valconrists. Umxs Bciter Market, March .J. dull. Co-iuion to fair, li to -0; ; as to gojd. SI to S3; ; tactions 2 , lancy, 30,:. Shipments, 30. tnl. o l utter ship-ients from St. Albans lor uiuiith ending Feb. 2d. were 1.055 tubs, , ." MO pound. . .iSt -e-aun ut tlis Truj Conference M. li. Church will met. at (ilcu's - . ii Wednesday, April 21st, coi.ti-uiri u.-ik. Already the citiien.- are motinz av of preparation to entertain the -iVr- , ITLL..,k .lWli r.iiirin. -I tlii- ,., -"I years of ae last Monday. Feb. iit! a c ird o! woo-l tic in tuo. on : Jav, and in the er-uiug bad an -Ur , i - anl iiiTiled all hi" children home. , i ;...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 5 March 1875

II P m 11 ?hr Jjree fitHS I'.l'RLI.VOTO.V. FRIDAY, JIAK. 5, 1875. niL"Vi:itICT, Editor. V-.00 lvl'B In adTkncri M1II.rto.tl Ttt.YIAK. Leave ca -scto:, rolo; fforta, on tbe Central Wniiunl . It, al 4 JO a.m., ( except Monday uioruin;-. aoi 9 30 a. m., and 4 47 and 7.55 jt.fu. . co.n3 tait tt 6.S5 a.m., 12J0 and 7.55 p.m., t,..in.tboutn,on the Hntland and iturl!n;ton R. R at 8 M a. m- ar.d2JiJ and 9.0 p.m. Tuai.s Ahri.e from the IWth and West at 7.53 a. ul, 2jlQ and 9.19 p.m,; from the East at 6.2d and I0..v a. m-, 5.50 and o 33 p. m. ; irom the Mouth, 4..SI and 9X5 a. ra. ; 4.47and 7.2U p. m. UibiNaro w-tly things. Of the 31, 000,000 which tho new tax bill is expected to bring in. tirelre millions will come from whiskey, and fix from tobacco ani cigars. Ali appearances indicate that the copper mines in tVolcott arc going to prove mines of wraith to those who own them, and that the- are richer than they were supposed to be w hen first opened. NawniRv. There is a deep religious in tere...

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