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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 May 1875

- 1 Written for the Frea Pree and Times. Another Kxtrart from bt o. a. w. We tilk of people roln; West, And wonder If it will be best To break the ties that bind them here. And leave bebiod tbe friends to der. S oce hie so short it, will it do To lose the o.d to sain the new Perhaps it will , we do not all Alike eojor the senile thrall Of friendship, nor tbe potent t pell Of borne, where early loved ones dwell. Some fondly linger 'round the hearth, V here wcete?t Joj s have had their birtb, V hile others e train to break the tie. And chMe tbe i ears becaa; e they fly horiowly. &tran;ers suit them beet- Half Hedped they hate to leave the nest Trio strong, old-:abioned lore of f ucb enduring fibres wove. That brother bound to brother. And sitters to eacb other, beems to 1k sin out of date. And pc jple culdly calculate what best will iny, no matter wbe;e. If money can be gathered there. L ke Lyt, that sily son of Adam, wlm settled fwdiahU In Sodom, And was i sadly taken in, K-cap'n...

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. — 21 May 1875

tI THE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 1875 BURLINGTON. HMD AY. MAY ill, 1675. ;. :. im.vi!iiier, tuiior. Tcriii--S3.' -"r '"J" rtlic-. lit late Juflsc Kellors. Daniel Kellogg was born in Amherst, Ma-.., February 13th, 1701, and died at Rrattleliorii, Yt.,Monday evening, May 10th, 175. He fitted lor college at the old Acad emy on "New tine Hill," residing at the tiaic ii the family of the late Gen. Martin Field, wlw married Lis si-ter. He entered Williams College at the age cf 15 years, in lfl'O, and graduated in 1S10 He returned t ) New fane at the close of Lis collegiate cour-c and studied law in the office of Gen. Field. He via admitted to practice at the DcemUr term of the Windham County Cuurt. in lil'2. and daring the winter of 113 he commenced the practice of his pro- r.iiB at Saxtuns River, in the town of Rockingham, where he continued to reside until IS55, when he removed to llrattlcboro. In ISl'J and ISiO he was State's Attorney of Windham Countv. At on...

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. — 21 May 1875

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21. 1875. ih!kl,ix:to. ash vicimty. Interesting citr, county anJ Hate new Lj found on tbo fourtli page t.f tlin paper. John 1J. Gough, tic most popular 01 111 ing orators, spcaksat Citv H " ." evening next. TIio union meetings continue, with no diminution of interest. Tho latest ona wax held at the FirePlSapti-t Church, Monday night, the Rev. Jlr. Safl'ord prcs-idin;:. Applications for "contracts in the coc--truction of the Burlington and Lamoille Kailroad are coming in thick and last. Sr. Albixs Uctti Markit, May 18 Market dull. Fair to good at 13 to ISc. , i huice, 20 to 21c ; selection, 22c. Suelccrn Tbc summer term of Shtlburn Academy commences May 3Ut, and contin eits eleven weeks. Tho Academy will re main under the competent supervision of Mr. C 15 Turrill. Tiie Yaluour community having been a failure, Mr. Shipraan, it is raid, has offer ed his estate to Victuria Woodhull, and in vited her to 'tart a community of " the riili...

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. — 21 May 1875

ii THE BTTELINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1875. LiUKLI.VGTON. FEIDaY, MAY 21, 1675. XSITYEIiICT, Ijlllor. Term.--S2.00 m year, Mliraya tu advance. ltAIL.UOA.il TUAI. Lravs Ira.iscros. soinj North, on the Central Vcnuont . JL, at 4JU a. m.. ( except Monda) mornin,; and 9.50 a. to., and 4 47 and ?Jw 0.111. , stun, tut t 66 aju lio and 7.63 pan., ooin-boulii.on toe itulland and Hurllnrton R. IL, a; o au a. nu, and 2J.J and 9.06 p. m. Trails Asuti !n m lie North and Wert at 7.55 a-m 2.'J ana S.1U p.m. . from the hast at 5-2u and I0.su a. m o.M and fa.3i p m . from the South, 4JSU and 9Jti a. m. . 4.47 and 7JU p. m. Milton If utter JIaecet, May 10 The market wa culi Prices ranged irora 15 to 20s- for ordinary and 22c for choice. Shipment about 5,000 pounds. I'ost OrncE Notice. The mail for the night postal clerks oTer the Central Ver mont Railroad, for all points hetween it. Albans and Boston, closes at 7 15 p. m., tharp. In their reeiui ul the prominent men present at...

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. — 28 May 1875

One liy Our They are jatlierln; bomewirJ from every land One by une; A5 their wearx feet touch the shining strand. One by one. Their brows are clothed in a golden crown, fncr ira.e.-ttiinc-il carmen ts aro ah l-it Juan, A".-l clothel with white raiment tiny re-t oa the treat. HI. i re the Limb crcr lo. etb bis chosen to lead, One by uno. r,ff..r tba rtfi tbey pass throu ji the strife. One br one: Through tbe waters of deith they enter llfo One by one -, To p me aro the floods of the rher still, A - they lord their way to the bearenly hill ; T ottiern the wit es run fiercely wild, t alJ reach the htmeof tbe undeGleJ, Une by one, V. - i. . sUa'il come to tlto rirer side. One by ore; V. 1 c nearer the waters each eventide, One by one; IV i n bear the noise and .a.h ol tho stream, ibl aain through our life' deep dre-iin, uititaeit the tWii o'er tbe l-auk-iQiernVw, . .nut t him ia riple the frnall wares One by one. J -u lUnlccider ' we look to thee. One by one , '-Vc 1 P. ujt our v...ce8...

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. — 28 May 1875

ligULINUTOX. FRIDAY, MAY iS. 1S75. ;. ;. mvniilCT. IMii-tr. Trrnn--S2. ear, ! In tlnce. The f (rairiMrrmoDl Uailroai Controvert.). Tl.c iuc-ti..n at i-ue l-etwcen the two ..-.rti.-s iu the direction of the Central Ver m.n.t i- mainly a lesl one. The question f cu-nnd will de-md od the deci-ion as to tue ItgnliO " -'3'(, 'LarK1 of is sued to Me ts. Millii ami Lgtnj-don on Wednesday morning, just before the meet ing. We understand the tacts to be as fol- When the T-oots were opened for subscriptions tu the stock of the Central Yeitnont, May l-t, ls73, twenty thousand -hares were subscribed. A'e.-ments were afterwards made Drain this (dock, to the amount of fifty jer cent., but only 17, CmO sLares were taken. The charter con fers authority ujun the director-, to fix the amount of the capital s-tock ol the company, in tbe following terms : Section j Ttej.iUlocVortheft.iiipiiyhll be -lividm mt . .h.inifoo buodred (to.lr. eM. and -Iiall if u mi uut mllK-ii-ut to imrclat or re tire III.- l...

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. — 28 May 1875

if THE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 28. 1875. nrilLISUTOJ! A VICIMTY. lutcrcstiog eitv. county and .-late unci ...ii i., f..,.T..l nn the fourth iiascuftlii? I 'P. it , r Elmnnds arritoJ M.inJay, anil is the sue; ' all. K--q ii loan t of S. 0. Kim- 1. M. Hijrar, 111.. accompanicJ by Lis ill- and Jaushtcr, left town Tuesday Ut m ral weekt.' vi-it in lllinoii. r Au.s- lirriEK M&rkit, May 25 UrkctLrm. Haling prices : common to l.ur. litu 18 cents; lair to good, 20 to 22 ..lit-; choice, 23 to 21 cents ; tcltctioc, ' not-. I unfortunate lunatic sent liera by the i ithoritiei of Underbill and confined in the Minty jail, t uhose pitiable condition e r. Vrrei the other day, va relieved from hi- -dli 'tins- by death early Sunday morn it. ' Km imuMi lluirER Makret. Mat 21. MirL.t tu-d.y for butter was a little bet- i , Si!c .or fair lo to 20 cents ; choice Ii. cent-, gilt edge 2." cents. About 200 - c'lecx' were offered and sales ranged iu j t.i lucent, l'otatocs M' 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. — 28 May 1875

THE BUBLINQ-TON, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 28. 1875. 8Utc gm f r MJttLl.VGTON, FRIDAY, MAYSS. 1875. '. ;. BinrcmcT. Editor. T.rm.$..lo m nr, almyi In Advance. ltjlXa.llUAI TlijllAft. Lxavr RokUvctoii, toln- North, on the Central Vermont . II., at 43) rn.ni., (eieept Monday inormn and 9.S1I a. m., and 4 47 and 7m p.oi. ; siting pmi it tiji6 a.m.. l ana 1m p.m., loinr South, on the hutland and ilurlinton U. 1L, at 6 la) a. ro.. and -im and 9.16 p m. Tiuins Aiwivie irum the North and Wut at 7.55 a. m., 2ja and 9.IU p.m, .from the Kant at 5.2u and ia.Mia. ra sjd and i.a p. m. s from the booth, 4slaud a. m.: 4,47 and 7.31 p. m. At St. ilary's Cathedral, Friday morning. about ono hundred and thirty boyi and girls received their first communion and were subsequently confirmed, the sacrament being administered hy lit. Rex. Ilihop DeGoes briand. Each cne of the girls was attired in robes of pure white and crowned with flower. Tho ceremony was a very interest ing and imprcsiTc one....

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 June 1875

Written lor the Free Press arid Times. Decoration !' Once azain. In May-time breezes. O'er tbee mound f the deatb-rars wares; Once axam we trine oar tribute for those banner-guarded -rave. -wxrades, aye, cur liearts rememl-er IJuw ) on brarel foujLt and well; l'- you tt-mk the tii-and old Army tVr forget j our deeds to tell T Thy are told by envy Camp-fire, Told mid cheers uf Boys tn Ulne, A again we lire the Ftrujsles, Tie old di s ol conflict, thr-jush. reinmber hor tbe sprinj-time Cime to us In t.ity-roar, V, n rememhcr bow the foemen V.clcotied our Green Mountain corps; II. -w their fire alon-our columns Iieep ani deadly farrows made ; il.-w unflinchlnr, rallying cloee, tt.od tbe old Vermont 13riffade. Vta rememlter bow our brothers, Wounded, fell on every side; ) remember bow they charged us. ' ae the colors. bo j ' and died. Treid we pt 11 tbe weary marches, fef tbe 1- uthHime prison pen ; finnncfi, Mush we not in ebamln-;, i i ub tbe tear-drop fall ajjain. cr tho pi..iieJ and...

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 June 1875

BURLINGTON. FRIDAY, JUNE -I, 1875. ;. :. BCVi:iICT, Keillor. Trni--S-!. r, !" In adasmfe. tbf rn sHtal's Anll-Tblrd Terra lelltr. Some of lie tapers, who- chief stock in trade l.asl-eu"Caari-ni," find tie Prcsi ilct.tV letter "evasiie" and unsatisfactory. The New York Herald, for one, is decidedly of the opinion the letter is not what was wanted by the country. "What wc did want," sajs the lliralJ, "was an express avowal by (len. Grunt that the question of a tl.irJ term would lie a treason to a -acred precept of our unwritten common law a declaration that whoever presumed to u-c his i.anic for such a purpo-0 would do an un worthy act, an admonition to the country of the duelers to- liberty which twelve years of centralization had produced, and a prayer that the pcwple would destroy Ca;-ari-m liy limiting all administrations to one terra." This is simply non-cn-ii-.il. The country wanted no such i.Mutural and consequently hv)Kcritieal declaration and admonition and prayer from the Pr...

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 June 1875

Ilimi.lM.TO.X a--.i VICISITY. Interesting city, county and state news mil ba found on the fourth pagoorttiis paper. The railroad property in the ton of Sticlburn hai Loen awscd for $10.KW. The Mount Minefield Hotel opened the first day of June. Laxjille Uoc.mv. A heavy irost vi-itcel J .bnsjn last Sunday ni;ht. Hcandon Decoration Day was ob-f rvci e nh unusually imprcs-ivei ccreraonieH. II jn F. E. Woodbridgc wai the orator. Tlic shipments of butter from St. Albans for tho month of May were 4715 tubs a' ut 2G2.000 pounds Aluans Hitter MiEEiT, June I. Market dull. Killing pricex : Common to lair 15 to 18 , medium to good IS to 22 ; selection" 25 to 20 ; extra faney lot" old hi 'h as Certificates of the location and route ol toe llurhnton and I.iuiuiile lUilruad, t n..u;li this city and the town of South Il.ji iington. vuro liled, Monday, with the r1,'ik' ol carh place. JIkiihomi Makkkt, Mumiav Mr 31. Iitur limi. at Li-t week's prie-cf. Two o.nJrcd tub at market, ale-s at 1H tu 2t ii-...

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 June 1875

ill KMXfiTJXTFKIDAY, JUNE 4. ISTS. i:i:.m:iit. umtur. t yrar, nl,ra a In .ila.nrr. In lclcrcnce to tbc s-tatcmcnt that Mr. Jamr ll. L'anp;don "MM nut even tote on the 1,"50 bens' ol Central .'toCK that were Ui'cd to his came last -week, bat that it wa- vute.1 on by Geo. (Jrcirory Smith," the Adnrtiscrxije : "It i- but ju:-t to both thee gentlemen to say that neither of them vutoi upon any stock that was not owned I by them fonallv, and Manding in their own name... Mr. Lnndon did vote on the 1 750 -hart.". and Geo. G Smith roted on 2 000 shares that arc his own absolute, pri vate, personal property." Mr. 0. S. Bliss, of Georgia, has decided to i?sue an independent agricultural, or in dustrial paper, the first number ol which will appear about July 9th. It will be i sued in a quarto form, and be as Urge as the avcrace agricultural paper, and pub lished at country prices. Special contribu tors of acknowledjcd ability hare been se cured for each department. A new propeller is now being ...

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 June 1875

She Always Made Home Happy. In an old churchyard stood ft atone. weather-marked and italned. The hand or liae had crumbled It, So only part remained. Lpon one side 1 could just trace, -In memory of our mother!" An epitaph which siKkeorlioue'' U as chiseled on the other. 1M razed on monuments of fame lllsh towerinzto theskies: I d seen the sculptured marble sUne here a jrreat hero lies ; But by this epitaph 1 paused. And read it o'er and o'er. Tor I had nerer seen Inscribed fcueli words as these beton-. "She always made home happy" What A nuhle record lelt , A legacy of memory sweet To those she left bereft; And what a testimony siven Uy those who knew her lnat. tnrraven on this plain, rudo stone I hat marked their mother's rest. It was a humble rcitins-plaeo, I knjw that they were ioor, cut they had seen their mother sink And patiently endure ; They bail marked her cheerlul spirit, When bearing, one by one. Her many burdens up the hill. Till all her work was done. So when was stille...

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 June 1875

L-Ut (jWlt cfc?-' 1U BLIXGTJN, FRIDAY, JUNE II. lt-75. ;. iikai:iict. Kntor. Ti-ihii9-5.' year, I" sidvwlire. The Vermont lallf) Rallroa lonlrour-j. Itn cry ca-y for an unscrup ulous paper t in kc a statement of facts to suit itclf, s.id to draw therefrom such conclusions as it wain's to draw. The Springfield llepub ; has had Ion; experience in that niode ..I argument , and its treatment of the Vcr iw tilt Valley Ilailroad matter furnishes a frc-h illustration of the efiectitencss of the mtt'i'J. But, when the statements of fact fill through, the deductions arc apt to suf ) i It happens that there are better sources ..I ml iruMtion than the Ilepublican, in this n.ttucr Judge Barrett, of our Supreme 1 ...rt, who-c integrity and capacity the Ile i ,.n has often acknowledged, had oeca--i ... in un answer to a -ctition, given by i.iui iu December, 1S73, to mention some of t.R 1 o is of the case. His opinion contained i pn try e-lcar intimation that the Conneeti r a 1't.er Ilailroad part...

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 June 1875

T-UE BTTRLIISr&TOlSr. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 11. 1875. Ill UI.IAIiTO.V AS II VICIKITV. 1 ,vrteting citv, county and ttate news t, lo found on tho fourtli pagconai' 1 r 1 1 o CbamiUin Association of Uimcrrfil-- will meet with the Tari-li, in Ev-cx, ..SJandSJlh. A largo and intcrest- .uccting U expected. i t'isu A lirook trout weighing three 1 .mc-lialf pounds waseaught in Brown's r at Jericho Corners, last Saturday. Ai-bjns Kctisr Market, June 9. I tt a little dull, with limited ufftrings. .ng prices as follows : Common to fair, : , .De ; fair to good. 22 to 23c ; choico ( lections, 20 to 27c. , e location urvcy of the Burlington and i.nlc Kailroad is now leing completed .i 1 ndcrhill to Jeffersonville. The sur- . i party, under the -nipem-ion of Mr. mm iUle, of K-i-cx, passed throiiuh i'lridgelwro, Saturday. - ii niF.--Jacot lilack, of this city, i uiitted suicide, on Saturday last, hy vininst in tlio Winoo-Vi riter. It seems .lie was out riding with his brother, ...

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 June 1875

MMMM,t,,,M,,,,,,,,jIJ,11111))1Iffffff1keJfJfMil, THE BTJRLIU&TOlSr, VT., FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MOBNINfl, JUNE 11. 1875. El . ; . . BURLINGTON, FIUDAY, JUNE II, 1675. ii. UCACniCT, Editor. rniiSa.0 J "r lwJ 1,1 advance. IIAIL.HOAI T1KA1NS. Lzavi CrausQTOX, coin; North, on the Central Vermont R. at a. m ( except Monday niorn:ns and 9.25 a. nu, and 4 40 and it jn. poins Eat at 7.0U a.m., 12.25 and 7.05 p.m., iuinzboat&,rn the Kutland and llurllnrton R. )L, at b lUandHi.lC a.m., and 220 and 8.58 p. tn. Abritx frcin the North and West at 7.55 and 10.16 a.m., 1.2ands.5i3 pjn,; from the Last at 6.15 a. inland 5-55 p.nx; from the booth, 47 and y.ii a. m.; 4 46 and 7.13 p. m. stkamiioats. Champlain Transportation Co. Line Boats run as lolN'wi. oiEKeonth, leave Iiurlinton at 11.15 aan. and 10.3J p.m. Uomg North, leave at 2.1V a. iu. and i.4. p m. riattsbur-h Ferry-boat leaves Burlington at 9.30 a.in returning at X3J pjn. Tbe treasurer of the Home for Dotitute Children, in this city, has ...

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 June 1875

N-i Written for the Free Press and Times. The Trial of Patience BTA1 llDirrCREXT TEBKOS. Where can one fly to. Where hide fail headT Wt-ulJ I were deaf, (J r would I were dead, llcecber or Tilton From in i .rain; to noon. Tilton or Beecber By f anlisht or moon. Ueecber at breakfast, TilUmtodine. H. ttkln; tea with uj, T. taking wine. Beecber at barber-Rbon, Club boue orplaj'; TilUm in ferry-taat. Ilure-caror sleigh. Jtt.tber that Beecber, Tilton be bleet. Both ?o to tol with u. Sjuilinjour ret. One Lappr familj Knlnedby each. Now hvarti is ttujiid, Tben flippant i Beach. When I nay, on the ftreet, Tts no business of mine. What it really amounts to 1 cannot divine. Friends answer. there's only One right ami one wrong," And bop l will make up My m,n tfyrelong.' A fid when, fairly cornered And baited at dinner, I aaylcan't believe in The saint or the sinner, My wife locks distressed. My wife'? sifter quotes Milton, And I know in ber mind She comiarM me with Tilton. I lint kn w bow tbit...

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 June 1875

THE BURLINGTON. VT, FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, JTTUE 18. 1875. SChc Jrcf f rtss. 5i:nLIX(JT3X, FRIDAY. JL'.NlTTs, 1875 ;. :. hi:.i:jict, wimr. frntu S yer, ilwtyi lit .da-mice, Mr. Evart' Arsnmrnt. Wc give to-dav tbc close of Mr. Evarts' -re.it ci glit-davs' speech. As the great argu ment of tho most celebrated trial that has taken place oo this continent, it has deserved all the -pice we hive given to it, and more ; and wc are only orrj tbat oar crowded lim it" 1 avc compelled us to omit many of the most effective passaics. How many who were in doubt when it began, have been con viwtd by it, of course wc do not know; but we think that all who have read it, must lie sati-Scd at least of one thing that Mr. Evarts is thoroughly convinced of tho inno cence of his client. And that is a good deal. It is saving much to say that as keen and clear a mind as that of -Mr. EvarLs, situated as he is, knowing all the outs and ins of the cac . its private and unpublished, as well as public bUfcj...

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 June 1875

mULl.ViTO.XW" VIC1MT1. IntrrotinircitY. county and state news , ; io fjand on the fourth page of this per. ,in the line ol the New York and Unada r .iroad the other day, a Marthas fired ,o-h contained lMkcff.of bltinRPowdcr ,vcr 3.000 pound. It ram! have created ,r-t f!a earthquake. Viit.iv l'i-hop Uc (iocibriand conse ,t,J the cemetery connected with the i '...iie church, Sunday afternoon, with . in" ceremonies and in the presence pf 'iimen-c asscmblaC of people. - Ai.hans Butter Maiket, June 13. i :rr very dull, about two cents lower on j;radc. Common to fair 15 to ISe ; me a to good 1 to SO; ; selections 20 and 1 . fancy 05c. I s-kj Las-tSiturdav evening a sevcro .under -.torm vi'ited thi town. At l)ut Corners hihtniu struck a large elm cc, w hich had been a land-mark from the , irhe-t recollections of the oldest inhabi , ints. and shivered it to kindling wood - m branch to root. Khimond Market, Juno 11. The mar ... t for butter was brisk, and prices were a -. ide better than lat...

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 June 1875

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 18. 1875 hf $m grass. KIIULINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, IS75, ... ... lti:.i:iICT, Kill i or. Tt i iii--S'J.t0 a rar, Hy lit advance. tLAM.tt04.1 TltAH. LetiK Yvit in cms, ro!n:j North, on the Central ennuct li, J'., at 4J7 a.nu, (except monaay morning auu v a. m., ana i t ana .i i.m. : riinr ha t t 7.11 a.m.. 12.23 and 7Jw P.m. iln5outL. on tn hulland aul bnrltnston 11. ii., at t lu ami HUG a. m., and 2.20 and 8JiS p. m kkie froto tb North and Wert at 7.55 and 10.1 6 a.ia.. j.ian.lKX p.m.. Ironi tn hft at 5.1 x. ud p. ra , trom the bouth, 4.'J7 and a. in.; 4 4b ana ;.M p. m. VTKAJ1 HOAT.S. Omi-laln Transportation Co.. Line Boats run as loU,w. Coin;c(Qth. leave Burlington at 11.15 N.m. and l.3.t I'.m. Goin North, leave at 2.Ui a. m and 3.13 p.m. Hat tabu r;h Ferry-boat leaves uunmviou at a.m., returning at iwu p.m. A petition to the President is in circula tion, a.s.ii; fur the pardon of A. J. Crane. The Directors of the Burlington a...

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