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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 April 1875

My Grandmother! Table. There' a time-honored subject, that's partly retired suu iuuD vu uu pay ior a numoer 01 3 ears, Which at ita first advent, as greatly admire J, a wild utensil and free from veneer. Tt fSrit fnnn.4 a I- . j lt Where Virtue and With were tbltsona Instilled. wnere nope drew tbe picture. liriDt future fore tell in r And Tetce and Contentment a happy home filled Tar stood the nice table, the three lezned table, My grand mother's tiMt of circular build. it stod not alone, fr the plain. Msb-backedtettle, That cornered so neighborly up to the Jimb, T 10 taek-lo;. the craoe and the einin teakettle. All real at Truth and as distant Irom sham, i ,0 old fashioned eloet, too, was taking the measure or time's rapid flitting In sunshine and storm ; ivh letbe splint-bottomed cnairt, eaca a family treasure. ' L'ocircled the fire-place, cosey and warm. i b that hlacacherry uble, that three le-red table, My irandmcther-s table, of circular form. tt hat stores of 'provisions that...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 April 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, APRIL 16. 1875. Site Jm Jpms. BlllILINfiTON. FRIDAY. APkTicTih'S. ;. J. BCXEUICT. Editor. Term. Slr.tlO a year, liTr In advance. STATU " VKBJIOXT. BV ASAI1EL PECK, GOVEetSOR. A Proclamation. Ia obedience to long-established custom, and rec ognizing the duly of iu proper observance, and Its beneficent influence on a people, I do hereby ap point Tridiv, the sliTirjrra par or April kext, to be obsert ed by the people of the State a day nTr'Ai-me), llEMIUanov iJD Pairia And Iree. luuuend that the people of the State on that day, rest from all unnecessary labor and business, fore going recreation and amusements, and assemble at places of public worship, engaging in exercises of devotion appropriate to the occasion ; and obserre the day in a manner worthy of the high and holy purpose to which It was dedicated by the custom and example of our Forefathers, ej.ven under my hind and the seal of the State in Executive Chamber, at Slontpelier. t...

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. — 16 April 1875

THE BUELIN&TON, VT., FREE PEESS, FRIDAY AlOliKTING. APRIL 16. 1875. ..mti.lXUTO.I AXD VICIJUTl. Work hai been recommenced on the new onvent of tho Sisters ol Mercy, just 'th 1 1 t. Mary's School. Si Aluks Buttir -Miskct, April 13. .lartct dull. Quotations, lair to good, CO . .jr , choico 27 to 28 ; iclectiot", 30. lr William Short, or Malone. will rac , i Mr. K. L. Davis as matter mechanic or . I,e I'.utland railroad shops. isoosti The next rcfjular meeting or , Winoosfci Temperance Union will take i,i on Sunday evening, April lath Mr. i, i p A. Davis will bo the speaker. i l snow i-i still very deep in many towns, i .,iL the Wilmington stage 141 hours to ,t i trip 00 miles one day la't week. ! ,.n 15. tiough is announced to lecturo i ,.v Hall, in this city, on Tue-day even , Vpnl 27th Subject " Mjn and bin i c M Alhans Adcertiser says that Major rje T. ChiMs will bo unable to deliver Hecoration Day address before Post ..urirJ, G A. R , as he has a previous .Mjcx.nl to speak at ...

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. — 16 April 1875

ft I . : ' THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOBNINO, APRIL 1G, 1875. 1 i f i! ? I CUT,, 4W11 3t0t;c BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. APK. 10. IS75. :. u. BENEDICT. Editor. Tcru S2MU a year, lirn In drcc. HlILUOitU TBIJ. Leatz BuaujtfiTOH, golor North, on the Central Vermont . 1U at 4 Ju a. m.. ( wept Mondi iy mornml and 9 60 . m., and 4 47 and 7 p.m.; folnj Eaat it 6.55 a.m-. 12J0 nd p.m Coins Soot!, on the Kntland aud Barllnjton R. R,t8a)a.mnd2.rtJMid9.05p.m. Tunis arrive from tie Isorth and Heat at7Ja a-m,2.U and 9.10 p.in,; frum the tejt t S.a end lOJU . m 5.&0 and 8 35 p. m- i from the South, 4.20 and S0 a, tn-i 4.47 and 7a) p. m. A counterfeit fire cent piece is in circula tion. Thero Ujnst enough German silrer in it t giro it a metallic ring, and it is so admirably executed that it will be hard to iMcct it. Veicexnis. In town meeting, Thursday, a vote was carried by eight majority to pay tin debt incurred in supplying the city with water. The contest over this question has been ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 April 1875

Written far the Free IYosj and Times. A Xlxlit nt A.irfcrn...ll!c. tr o. C w. Am I In fell' Thin josned tba fim'M J imo. A pnanier ltn;oa tb oteimla; sroaacf. V.ith tli nee tsn thouii kind rod ?a.Tjri.ir tTnts. Whi fur their country perUliwl there. lelirtoa3. rtirv there wi tome wh.. ; i, Ttieir wearx life airiy in mutodeepur. Kline wrea-Ieeo, exbutNl niture nt'il u-ryiae, enr.Tciosnot reluctant rest, title s ima were cari'nj. filling al: the air tt tli aUn of fearful import, Ii-it with rare, acJ .some were ininxoni they ueii t s n; Wnti loriniiister-. 'rona-1 tlie old tweet hearth, r uh as floated trom the Kabbatl. choir, U'i le, mingled with the anrtl tHitee were f trai as ; ui -mh f.mlffttlt'nums could inspire. -rr.d med!e trying to torrct - wio we tl.tv ind name were ILIm j n 'f"rt lie-, eo, and prayed thit i.t-4 w..U take , iu innior fend them nuiek delireranee. - ii fwned poaseDiivxl wttlt devil?, anl I .vrr s I .in.cii, pent a thrill of horror tbroui 1 .p dark cnctmpmSDt. Mur...

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. — 23 April 1875

5hc 4m lrcHS- Bl'ULlNGTON. FRIDAY, APR. 23. 1875. i:. UOUIICT, Kdllor. Tvin--3- j.Uu a yer, wlis-riya In ntlvAlice. The Emma Xlnc. Tlu-e who iccP anT trac of matters con ni. ted with this now world-famous mine, are aware that a suit has recently been in stituted in a New York court, by the Eng lish c.unpiny which owns the mine, against Hod T W. Park and Gen. II. II. Baxter, atlegtug fraud in the sale of the mine, and claiming damages accordingly. Wc hare bt fore us the (printed) answers of the defendant- to the complaint of the Eaima Silver Mining Company in this suit; and a? formal documents, attested by the oaths of Mr. Park and Mr. Baxter, they are perhaps en titled to more weight than the newspaper luannunications by which tlie controversy has hitherto been carried on, in this coun try The subject is of intercut to all Ycr inonters who do 'not desire to sec promi nent citizens of this State lately held up a swindkrs and abettors of a swindle. Such, we may say here, in reply to s...

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. — 23 April 1875

,u-i.is"tu.tt axx vicisitv. ag8r snow" of Friday is "'"i I") r ldaccd tho biggest ran of sap of tho , lit this season thero he lwcn - five days ol"cros.ins on tboito from to Port Kent. ca fifteen anJ ei'litecn inches or ., . oa tho lino of the Portland and , i.urg railroad, between Johnson and r-'iury, Friday. i.ws Bcttkk Market, April 20. - ; ieclining. Common to fair, 1j to .. , medium to good, 0 to 3;; re . j , fancy, 25e. Very little of tlic Shipments 1,033 tuln. The graded school district, by TO for and 39 against. Thursday . empowered the trustees to expend in enlarging and repairing the biick h mse on Miin street. The trustee? lioue shall ba ready for use by the : June, and those who know the kind i she trustees aro do not doubt it. 1! Trick Las rerouted bis meat t lr jm cjrncr of Winoo-Vi Avenue . rth street to Lt4 own placo on First i U.ijgeviile). .r ttitcresting relic was shown if, . i Ji) , in the flupe or an ancient .i.-h prubiblv celebrated its ccnicn-r-aii). 1 1 lias ...

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 April 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE 'PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 2 3. 1875. he Sm fms. BUHLIXUTON', FKIDAYTaPR- 23, 1875. :. .'. IlI.xr.DICT. Editor. ren S3.l year, always In advance. tt;vlL.UOAl TtlialPaSJ. itb iua .xnos, coin; forth, on th. Central Vermont . at 4 JO a. nx. (eaeept Holiday in.umi; and 9.30 a. m., and 4 47 and 75 i. it . -mti' tat it 6.S5 a.tn.. Iij0 and 7.53 pjn, i hds bo Jtii, oo tbo rtutlaod aul nrlinton R. H at S ila.m., aLd2land9.up m. 'jiuns frcm the North and Wert at 7.55 a iuM 2.1M and 9.10 r.m.; from th. haft at 5.2u and lo.. a. in., 5.10 and 6.23 p. m ; from tbe South, 4.i aad 9JW a. m.i 4.47 and 7.21 p. m. tiii: utr.r. rius &. times, ii.vn.v. THE LURLLNGTON FREE PRESS. WEEKLY. Tho Tutz rsEss Bill soonbeceltbratln; its Semi Cct-nnial. It is lr far the oldest, largest and m ist widely circulated paper in the wide rejion ,ir Vermont and tho Lake Champlain Vallej-.from ahicli it chiefly draws ita readers. In the forts tijil 3 ears of its history. It has seen the b...

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 April 1875

Kelljtloti and Ioctrtne llaj, ik Ifarptr'a Majatine far Mty. lie stood before the Sanhedrim , I he trowl'nz rabbis sized at him. He recked not of their pr&lse or bliraa . Tnere -raj no fcir, there was no shame, F-T one upon whose d titled yt The whole world reared Iti vast nirprlse. The open heaven was fir too near, Ilu first day'a liht too eweet and clar To ,t him waste bis new-nlned ten On the hate-clouded face cf men. Bat Ft'.U they questioned. TOio art thou Waat hast thou been What art thou now Thou art not he who yesterday Sat htre and lz;ed beside the way I r he was blind. And t am it , t If 23 blind, but HOW I stt. lie fcild the Ftory Vr and o'er 1. wis Mi tail hearts only lore: a I'n.pbet on the Kabbath-diy Had u uched hi iijrhtless eyea with clay. And made him aee who had been blind. Tr-eir ord passed by him like the wind ulch rives and howls, but cannot thect Tlio huQdred-.'athom-ro&ted rock. The r threats and fuy all went wide; hey c ull not touch his Hebrew pride...

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. — 30 April 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, APEIL 30, 1875. BimMXfifOX. FRIDAY, APR. 30, 1875. i.. ; B12CEDICT, Editor. Tcrnm--S J.OO a year, altrajre In advance. The Tobi; Tanltc itlon. We arc beginning to celebrate the Cen tennials, with much talkof "the oM times," and i.rliai a feeling that anything a hun dred years old is really ancient. Bat the t'jiii" these Centennials show most forcibly is wi.at a young nation this of ours is, What is a hundred jean, in the lapse even of human chronology? What, in the life if many a nation of the old world ? There is little Iceland, which last year celebrated its thousandth anniversary. The time has ossed by fifty years for the Englishmen to celebrate the thousandth anniversary of the a -cession of Egbert, "First King ot the English." The time for Rome to hare cele brated the tizenty-five hundredth anniversary ct the founding of that truly ancient city, was t'icnty-eight years before the year of the fight at Concord ; and China and India...

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 April 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY HOKNING. APRIL 30, 1875. iu'klixutox xxo vici.mty. KicnroND Mjkket, AmiL EC.-1G0 tabs . i batter were foW at prices ranting from : to 25? . Fifty boxes of new milt cc56 ere s-old in one lot at 13 cents per ponnu. Sr. -Uuiss 13 utter Market. April 27. letter dull; mcdiam to cool, 15 to 16; , .rnmon to fair, 13 to 20 ; sjlcction. 23 ; .-, 50. Anotueh Hex Heard Froh. Mr. VT. E. ! .nnin ol Colchester showed us an czs, .ib lie claims is the champion. It mea- . - 0 inches by 0, and weighs C ounces. Islington is to be behind the times no jjir. We are happy to announce that Tdngcmcnts arc being made for a pellirg iteh to take place at no ditant day. Tall ruculars hcrcaltcr. lilRLIXOTOX AXD LAMOILLE JIaILROAD. i i Sitnrday.April 21th, the cotainis-ioners the town of Essex made their sub-crip-i .-i in beball of the town to $20,000 -t.x-k ol the Uurlington and Lamoille Ilail- r. ad. The Kcc Qckstiox. Col. V. D. Munson, f t jiehtotcr. lia shown us a hen's...

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. — 30 April 1875

hf Jm frcss. DCXEDICT, Eaitor. Tevni--S2.t Trr, lvr I" advance. 1UIU1DAII T11A1RS Lsavi ri'iMSi rotas North, on the Central ermont . K, iiUIlh. ( eipt Monde y morales; nd 9.30 a. m and 47 ana u.m. . E'. n; tart tt 65 ajn 12.50 and 7m pjn., Solas raouta. on tte hutland and arlln;Uin K. R, at a Ai a. m , aud inland 9.03 p.m. Tuws Aaaiva from the north and Host at..5 a. m.. .i'a' and 9.10 pan, . from the East at 5.2u and lu.50 a. in- aJal and K35 p. m. ; from the bouth, 4-a aud 4.5H a. m. . 4.47 and 7A p. m. Mure than nventy persons, about half of wbom arc heads of families, have been con verted during tbe revival at Royalton. The reliiiou-" interest manifested there recently Las been g-ratcr than has been known for 5 cars. br. Aldans Iron asd Srrn. Works. i'he annual meeting oftbc stockholders of tbe St. Alban Iron and Steel Works was held Tuesday, and the old board of director- was re-elected, as tollows : I'hilo Ren iurton. Ilion. X. Y. ; Isaac Osgood, Utica, X.Y. ; A. 0. Ilrainerd,...

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. — 7 May 1875

I'anl ItcTrrc'a Hide. sr nesnrw. loscfillov. LXea my cMlireu, md yon shall bear Oi th midaibt ride of Paul Kerere, On the eighteenth ol April In Seventy-lire 1 Unity a man is now- alive Wan remember that lamouj day and year. live Aid to h.s uind, '"If the Britlrh mmh Uy land or et fro a the tcwo to-niht, Uin; lantern aloft fn tie hetfri arch o; th North Church tower as a signal Ujlit, one, ii hy land, and two, if by a; And I on the oppo ite chore shall he. Ready to ride and tpread the alarta Ttjnmzh every Middlesex village and farm. Far the cauniry folk to be up and to arm." Then he said "liood mjht " and with muffled oar bilently rowed to the tvlurlcstown shore, .lQta the mooa row over the bay. Where tw.u-'.nz w:de at her moorin-s Ur i' h Somergt, Uritih man-of war; A pluntmii snip with each mast and spar Acr -a the m kjd like a prison bar, .n i a ho,je Mack bulk, that was rai-n!5i Jty its tiwu reflection In the tide. .iiw.nle. his friend, through alley and street, w. auirs and wat...

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. — 7 May 1875

THE BTJRLIN&TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOBNING, MAY 7. 1875. BITKL1XGT3X, FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1875. ,;. c. IXESEUICT. Editor. 1 1 ruifc 12.00 a a ear, always In adeance. .sorlnrrn ul Soatsern Kratemliatlon. II North id J Sooth ever clinch again in mortal combat which may God forcfend it will not 1 the fault of the crave and tree soldiers who fought on cither tide, in the late war. Xo portion of the people of the two sections, we think, on the whole feel su kindly towards each other, or have so little desire to try conclusions again by civil war. Proof of thii are continsally occur ring, among the most notable of which are suae of the interchanges of sentiment occur ring at and in connection with the recent centennial celebrations. Among tho speakers at the Lexington c 'Miration was Gen. Wo. F. Bartlett. Gen. Birtlett was one of the bravest sol diers that Massachusetts sent to the vrar. He was first wounded, if we recollect aright, at Ball's Blull, where he commanded a company, and ...

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. — 7 May 1875

THJ5 BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY AioiiNINQ. MAY 7. 1875. ItlltLI.MiTO.V AWB VICIWITV. Interesting city, county and state news ttill be found on the fourth pageottnis pjper. Hilton Bcttek Market, May 3.-Botter dull and lower. Common to good, IB to ; choice eie. Shipments, 4.000 pounds. Sr. Alsins Bcttei Market, May 4. liirset dull. Quotations: Fair to good, 1 . to lSe ; choice, 20.-; elections, 22 1. H.-t. Ueo. S. Guernsey will preach it ! -ci ( ijnircrsaHst Church) ncit Sunday 'lay Uih, and lecture in the school house at fc. l'X Junction, at 5 o'clock p. m. Mr N. A. Carpenter, of Huntington, mis the second premium on big eggs, ik' has one in hi- possession that measures -, !' T inches and weighs 5 ounces. JUal Estate Ounces L. C. Dodge has - j'A to Walter N. Green a building lot cor ner i,l Maple and Union sttcels for $3,000; and also the lot ncit north of the above to t'liarlc B. Gray, lor about $3,000. fioorgo Duff has told to Daniel Mullins a h. u-c nod lot on Myrtle stre...

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. — 7 May 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7, ,1875. She Jree frcsfi. BUlllIvCTjlFKIDAYrilAY 7, ISTj. .;. ;. ItUATUKICT. Kdllor. TcrtHS-!'IO .", !)- In tl,anci JtAIl.ti.OAI. ' North, on the Central Vermont . R, at 4.30 . m., ( eicept Monday nwrnn 9 50 a. m., ana ana , p.m.t jrolns hait it C6 a.m.. I50 and 7.55 p-nu, ijuiBZ&Mta.on tie KntUnu ana iurlinston R. It, at S -8 a- in , aLd 2.1V and 9.05 p. m. Trains Aheiti from tie Worth and Wert at 7.55 a.m.. 2.00 and 9.W p.m, ; from the East at 5.30 and IQ.Ua. mn 5.60 and b.33 p. m. ; from the South, ijtt xal 9Jl a. nil 4.17 and 7.20 p. m. Swamon Mrs. E. P. Tarsons zni Mrs. 11 I). Martin were the chempion Fpcllcrs at ibr t-ptllicg matcb. last evening. Mrs. Par." toui the Crsi prize, two Toluraes t ttio Life !' Chri-t. and Mrs. Marvin tho dictionary. T!.e International Telegraph Company linvj new oEce the ea-t side of the river, to at'comtnodatc the public in that part of tho Tillage, bending the mes-ages across the river to ...

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. — 14 May 1875

A VMna or feprliis 1" Winter. ET A U. IRS OS CHARLES 2 m ISBCE'-E. Z. J tender time that lore thinks loo; ti tM hweet f.-ot c.rprfnr that with her f.wtfall sows Late r-rjowlike flowery leavings of the snows, ria not too Ion; irresolute tu le ; 0 lnothcr-uiaath, where have they hidden thee Out ..Mb pale time or the flowerlesj ruse 1 reach tnyheartout toward the Springtime land?, 1 f1 retch my spirit forth to the fair iiou s, The purplen ofthe prime; 1 lein my soul down over them, with bind j Made wide to take the -hwtly rwths or II w. ers , I send my lore back to the lovely time, it. nere has the rreecwocd bid thy iracioos head' e.led w.th what visions while the 2 ray wjrld grieves 'r matted with what shadows of streen leaves, what warm intangible reen shadows spread 1 sweeten the sweet twilight for thy brd! what sleep enhanta thee' what delight da CO Vi B t iv Ue-e tie Otep dre air-like dew 1efore the dawa uot the finjrers orthe sunlight jet Mis silver web unweave. J iy Uh tl"6a ;ho...

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. — 14 May 1875

1 1 mi m THE BTJBLIN&TON. VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNTJSrg. MAY 14. 1875. Sflir Sm $Ym BrRUXorbxTntiPAY. may it. isrs. 1. u. BKXE1HCT. Editor. -S3.00 a year, 1 w j In advauce. of the country. But be was prominent in the councils and measures which establish ed Vermont as a State of the Union ; and if the founding of a commonwealth is worthy of njte he had a large share in so much that was "notable' after the dose of his mili tary career. Warn (.Sail He Have a nori.hoo7 I. is au old subject this of the need of some arrangement under which criminals confined in our jails for petty offends can lie allowed to work out their fines. But while th' need remains there is need also for talk a: oat it. If nothing is said nothing will .vcrbc done to cure the evil. The simple facts are all the argument needed. L-..,k a: thcin. The County jail in this cily Las Iim-d full all winter. It has twenty- seven inmates to-day or had a day or tw o sine. Mori-than half of these are confined fir petty ...

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. — 14 May 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 14. 1875. VICIMTV. I, irrstini- eitv. COttntV ad btatc ntwn ,;1 uo found on the fourth pageofthis lltelln; or the Board or Trade a :ic mcetingol thtlBoard of Trade Tuesday ring was reasonably we'd attended. In o absence or the 1'rcfident. Vice-President , i Kennedy presided. The resignation Urn LcTi UnUernood as l'residentof Hoard was read by the Secretary, and lion it wis accepted. Interesting re-.- on the adrantajes of Burlington for .i- branches of manufacturing, were by C. J. Alger, Esq., Mr. Kennedy, . :u-a Names, 1!. S. XichoK and The petition of a number of citi n.jucsting the liasrd tocall a general 4 of propcrtv-holders and men of -- to consider the subject of inaugu i sjmc new manufacturing enterprises iclerredto the Kxocutne Committee of I! .aril, with authority to fall such a ;iug in tbir discretion. The meeting , on motion of Jude Wales, adjourned ( it M jmlay evening, at the same place, ue 1. i-mc-.- done a- mainly p...

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. — 14 May 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 14, 1875. v Sfltc $m grass. BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1875. :. ;. Bl-JVEnlCT, Editor. TrmS.r.M yr, always In advance. The InTantlrlir. A MOTHER SLATS HIR OFrSTRING STRANGLED AND THROWN INTO LAKE CIIAaPLAIN FUGIIT Or THE CRIMINAL FULL PARTICULARS OF THE SAD AND SHOCK INC AFFAIR Of all tho varieties of crime there is nose, IlAII.ltOAI TltAIniS. Lcava FrR isgvos, rolnjr North, on the Central Vermont . 1W at 4.31) a. m., ( except Monday morning ana a.m., ana nil ana ji.iu. ; -tinr Katt ft CSS a.tn., I50 and 7.55 p.m., tioln? boots, on tbe Holland and urllnton IU It- iB3)l m and zasi and ?.u D. m. Taaiaa Arrive from tbe Mortb and West at7.55 a. m.. 2.no and 9.10 p.m. i from the hast at 5.2U and 10.50 a. m o JO and 6.3j p. m. i from the South, s.ifll ana y.au a. m. j Hi ana ijw p. m. tettrecn bt. Albans and Boston, via the Central Vermont Railroad. It i" said of the town or liarton, Vt, by A. A. Earlc, who has lived there: "There ii n...

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