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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 17 July 1868

.Vrcr Tell r I,ic. 1...kout boys, look nut. girN. Thcrc'f many a foe to bhuu. rticre'b many a wron-jou mut a'.id. Look out for Xumber One. rd if you'd climb the hill of fame. So glorious and fo high, nd on its Mimmit write your name. Whv, ncicr tdl a lie. lvhitc lie, a Hack lie, No matter, 'tis the tame : lie's a lie. my hoys ami girl-. "c matter what it j name. rucoiKh'1!;.,?li,. To conirn'- ft'"1 metier. romu';isi,t!r,")ful Will often tell another. vuj ita- 1,cci' "Kri"iH5 ' (r o'lor. hhapc and sue, , j prove nite che eompnion. Tl, . crtnpany of ties! white lie. &e. . i hililren. it you'd pru-rcr, m keep your coni-eiojce deal . nd never 1 tormented W ith lf-accuinj; fear. nd hae a name fir better Than fiher nr ,!an 'ling close to Truth's pure jrntmcut-. nd don't itfeyr hold. A white lie, it Sons- in WOJ1MI 0H1. lite. In the white-Dowered hawthorn brake. Lot e. be merry tat mj mke : Twine the Uomibs in my haw. Kiss me where I am tar Ki-w me, love ! for who kwwwth V hat thin? eo...

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. — 17 July 1868

s, BUUUXGTON, FRIDAY JULY 17. G. UKNKUKT, Editoh. THE WKKKLV FIIKK PRESS j pvblitked firry Friday mrntt ; enUunj Ik STATE, CoCKir ASD LOCAL 1NTEIXISEXCE , tport$ f CAMBR1DGECATTLE MARKET -Mrf BoiTOX Ont BCHU"iTO CEXEBAL MlItKM; C.FXWtAL SEWS, wW teeeted MImTKLLANV, Jlr., i aiwf nothing mateulated U render tt a talmahie Fak.lv JoniVAL Tit rirZoioii the Fhee Press rxwrrfj tMf any paper in thi region, and it tn tkrreftre an vnrt aiied medium for aditrtitern. TERMS. Tiro dolltrt a year IV ABTANCE. Singfe eftfte etntt. For adiertitmy ratt apply at tke firr. information upon matter mf interest in any of the mijotntng tottn, item of local nrm of off Undivit it tkmlfutty recened. Job Peimisc of all kind executed in the test man tr and on rtatnnhif term. County Politic. Tlte ltailington Sentinel actually had. an oiigiiud article lat week, the same toeing a la lred attempt to arraign certain well known temperance men of this connty, a docem or more of whom it name, fur incoUMRiency, in that 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. — 17 July 1868

111-Itl.lXCTO.V AND VICIMTV. Meteorological Ilecord, Reported for the Free FrEss. JI-LT S0D 1 EES - TBEmoMETO! RtllO. WlSPt ? ? - . v o r.v.r m. (mean) 7 a.m. 2 r..!9 a.m.1 . s TO "s VI 10 Tl - I s ". 64 ".67 ".r,2 ".61 -.a ".HO w u s siv , mv SW , SV I hW MV fW I MV MV I MV ! MV S SIS 11 91 1 92 ietp; temperature "". .coo. 'jltntavim temp"tre,rlb vteet, .. ilnIoam.sr.-'i3MM-, ,ihe 13th, SUM. Jleul1,McirtlH!lroiltl,2.6 Inchee, with JnnI!tfi,.lo,tli8ait9niB.t36.Tl tbelOtn Vi"rCT' list' cartes the eattw week, air dry d siA.t, i-era;? eloodhw. 2-lotb. Kichhoxb Bi rm Market. Jlutter .-oU Man ia it 23 to 23 cent, and ehee-e at 10 to 11 cent-. Market very lightly Mocked. The first intenmnt in the new Viwr Cemetery wae made on WMwsday, that of the remain- of Mrs. Thomas. We hear that the proprietors ol the MaUette Bay House are preparing to enlarge that popular resort hy the addition of a large brick buHding, 60 by Ht feet, to which the present hon-e will be a wing. The Democrats of Barlin...

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. — 17 July 1868

THE BURLINGTON. VT.. IT II IS IS I'llESS, F 11 T D .V V MORNING. Jt'LY 17. 1SGS. odtl-i X- ("'-mis. "I lie Work nl Time. I III ! 'I"lue, whit a umvihe wizard. To u and lo tbcai hast thou prost-l. Tt change t eucli riuiuieal figure The leautU'ul tli,is- that we toted : IVr bright rycA are brishter than .lUnuiad.. And white teeth arc Ulter thn irfcA, il if int-lsce and feathere, tboufrh wH; . Are nothing i clu-tcriiia- 011K l"r look at tlut mountain iu iiet I Her etcp once wa lightest of all. Hut now you'd a- soon for ttnrr SItvt iletrwoKtsn HU ! Utr wsi-t could be ceasped b our tagn-. Senc.f her old lM.I Itut iw she is -Ail-! like a hogshead And -it in couple of chain. OWnc that carnivorotH matron ! .SheuM you think by the svay the cant nil. Tint I tcetl remember the time when .-kc fainted at mention of meat Whet a shenH- that a fairy whose fiet Con-rded of rwe-l.av and sigh". Should drink her clutmpagnr by the tumbler nd upon lYrisjonl pie-. Mat that Huh bit of a woman Who wears an ...

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. — 24 July 1868

County Cleik IHrsrrltann. Love Lie lit ens Labor. A good wife rose from her bed one morn. And thought with & nervous dread Or the piles of clothes to be washed, and more Than a dozen mouth to be fed. There's the meals to get for the men in the field, AnJthechaJrcntofix.w.y To Khoul, and The mllk to l"umP'l an,l churnri : .... And all to be done tbat day.o It had rained in the nigM, and all Uie wood W as iret as it coold t ; . And there were an'1 ,0 '' be" side J loaf of calefcrtw 11 the day . ""J er hing heal . i v i .irilr. as the said, S "" hlt B1 V .Jamie. vhst Jo 3'0tt think 1 toU len r,IleJ the farmer from the well ; , j fash crept up to his bronzed brow, A UJ his eye, half WUnllv feU : . it was thL-," lie said, and coming near. lie smilcJ, and .-tooping do, Kitf.l her cbeek " 'twas this, that you were the lst And the dearest wife in lown The farmer went back to the field, and the wife In a smilinp awl absent way, Sang snatches of tender little song She'd not sung for many ...

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. — 24 July 1868

Sfihc Jim ircss. Rl"i.UXiJT.5., FRIDA. .'ILY - 0. BENEDICT, Eimou- tiii: DAILY rnv.c I'ltUs- Morninc and livening t.ditions. The Fblf. IY-ess will hereafter l traMislssrlereTv mumios and everyevenimr. suu.lel, the Kara Pros As-o. iathim. at No. r. oHe-e M . The lVilIy RllttnM will contain the full Ul'r; t ' .,jtrjrt.-He-i.M- PfV.' fU an.l lte no.. .Tall matters - tnterost m v ermont aicl the Late Champlaln Valley . the ltJt Stock an t t'icr Market llaqivrt! . and fresh Intilliscnoe ami d.ic.i ,ir.s.f all lml.rtt events uceoirme. ie , th. '; cal, analgia!, literary and religious mrtf i. It will furnish its sulilw with twelve liiiurs Liter now than thev can ol-mlnrroro tbe ew ork a"! B, -t. ti pa-rs; "and will ls fount to be THE HIST AMI CIIKM'KbT DAILY j.uMtliM in Vermont or North-Eastern N w Y..rk. 1'Kiec-lTiidit O-illam lr annum, in ii.hanee. tiii: wi:i:ki.y riti:i: riti:ss I, nuMMiedevervFrklayroorninir.nn a larce firf foliovheet, (rivln? a very Ereat am..iuit and variety of readi...

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. — 24 July 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2-t, 18G8. Mi il N- 1. from the cinumittet wi co. 1111111x0, 1,-iK.rtr.l I"" chn?'S 'I portf t entry from rhniutli to 1leuton, C., aasl finm Hcaalnrt ,'l.rt lb.val.i-. (".; aswl. Mr Krflev iporlal a till to provide Use ts- , uMMimmtflf aa Utriratlewl nuUfaal jtia j of a-magr. referrcl to the conwitteeon mm- j ,1!yr iiv.-. fron the ("oromlttwoo UMtioia, ,o,'.,nltlitthe .i.-lrtils aftlx-rariow.ro. rn-eiitatives elect frum the ".'of Alabama, n,l -n .lamiaed and ft""" ln form, anl li. IB' ,1 that tue tf-l "iu " .wa.rTOa n tliem Mr. Ilrn..k- i i hether it was LjfU in th llouw to my r inst, when the people of . mini under the act vl Msrcli Mat una were . IHm, thai i x mMaimns from votinir thev ,'Mlli.l .lete tiuli of m tn- y h . Mate ('(institution and the efec i. r- under it, to admit repreaenta i.t negroes and liy ntgroa, alone, true on the white people of Ala- It ffi - 1 .....,l wlitl. MM Jt )ui Mnm , 1 memberc were efceted only by ...

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. — 24 July 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNGJULY 9-1, 18G8. ill jgriculfural. The lii-tnry f the growth ofwiiol is very n.riou Filty Tears ngo n&t a Kund of fine wihA nat. in any country except Spain. In 1794 n email fiockVan cent to the Elector of Saxony n a jiTCfent froni the Kin of Sf.i.n, w hence the entire product fS.ixouy wikiI now of Mich immeiihe auc In liK during the invasion of Saln hy the French, pome of tlie vnlnahle crown fl k were sold to ruie monov. Mr. Jarri-. the American consul nt IJ-fon, purchated 1-1. HI head and wnt them to this country. A portion of tin pure unmixed Merino flock it to fmid :n our State (Vermont) at thi time. Su h a the origin of the immenw; flck of fine "tv l sheep in the United Matet. .Sheep are sheared hy tinchincry in T,x.i Oittle troubled with lice can Ie readily re lieved from them hy a free apjjication of tlie water In which itatoois have been boiled. Thti in chenj-er than tobacco demotion. The i-ecd of the sunflower in Kiid to be th...

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. — 31 July 1868

.Manila, L.f ri t ll a tUfl-otliuu lloumltc, n, liesuiol llirmigli Uw mirf- l"i. n,l two lit Mit h ki Will. thir t Wile 1"J : tber "i1 n'1 al-H tl" On tiwpilSnowo'u,l,nWrt- Vnd hi- jrreat lri in i.lc Um Imnni; to! .be . IMC Tlttoreyd.- Th one in her -nc" , Vthenemhcr-Pn vi i uli I ""! wood, F,,r e Wtle h i .. I u Jenny-they calte. fatr .he pn.,1' , , ,.f the other w.-Hy: inn.!. looked on the fl,l , .lie haUntc even stood 'urHleettatd.yl ,'. . hat K a Me " m Kml ,U , ... ant) M 1 i w r.te hi- heart to Jenny, the good, ti 1 hi- hand 1 Pw to Ma From tbe Traveller. The Sons of the Machine. FirJ..wn the village sure, thefotuidry Hands, It- .all dark chimney k-miaft in the sky, SurmmuitM by the f,.M of jetty smoke. That slti-rMilv float " summer air : A droning hun. attracts the passer hj . As if the murmur of a pant hive W. n- p.m? T unceasing ; there is heard The measured tap of hanimers huge, the whir Of mnad wheels ana somra ir...B X,.u Hie air is rent by shrieking saws. It, pinmg pul...

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. — 31 July 1868

he Sm $ras- Bl'KLINGTON. FRIDAY JULY 31. G. u. nilNICMCT, Ei.itor. thi: daily rm:r. pkkss. 31 o ruin? nnd K. en. lis fcliiio.i. Ttie Free Tbes will licmfh? be puMUhed erery aiornlns sml ercrv CYen.mr. S-umla) ctwtited, by liie Fulb PKfcs Af utiov it No. fi College bt , UurliQtua, Vt. Tl.e Dally Rlftta will contain tliW Uttgntpk jVcki Jlrparti of tk Jw-ifl frrM : full ami late no hi .f all matter of Interwt iu Vtrnnmt ami tho LLu OuunpUIn Valley . the ltet bUck anl 'tltr Xukot ItetK.rtJ , ami frvh uiteUijreiiee ami dii-cu-Plinr all imiHjrUDt events currtn in tlie jolitl cwl, financial, literary ami relisrioUJ" orM. It will lurnift. iU uWriifrs with twelt e hours later new than tlicy can utiUin from the Now York and Hoeton pajri, and will I found to be THE BEST AM) CHEAPEST DAILY liuMldied In Venn jnt or Nortli-Hi-tcra New York. Price Eitt IXtllars per annum, in a-l anee. THE WEEKLY EKEE 1KIS I puolUdcd vt ery Friday morning, on a lare thirty nfvli ioiio sheet, cirin a very great amou...

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. — 31 July 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 31s 18G8. dividend of J! 1-2 lr cent on the preferred .... i ,.f the Kuibtnd Head U declared injaUe neu-t The preferred rtotk i ufUttloulv 11 exchange for first mortgage JwikN of the Itut- 1 ...1 ....I Burlington llaUroad CoauMitt. To secure tins dividend convers'tom must le made 11 ,.r hrfotv the -'th iuw, kii 1 tKs.ks 1 ,u 1,. ,-l.-ed for matins up the dividend. Thr h ij crop in tins county prove hardly e.,,,111 t.. last war, bring Utile lighter ou the l.liud-.a.l dernWljBgW on the upland,. . tat- and wheat ,"T t. . . I"" i tatts- will Wp-1 ,h;"w lifginning - nianj pl"- , I; A Nichols, the tatrrpriamg owner of .'. rShons-wiUeomiiieneeiiiAuzBsttlie m n, n . .1 a new and extensive machine shop, in ' ' ,',,!,, i, with the otlft-r shops. It wiU occupy , ,.ii, the nl"fthe blacksmith shop, on the . ..t-ideofthcl-ioncer Shops, and wiU be of 1 ,r,.-l two -10r.es. Kl feet long by 50 wide. It , 11 1 filled w ith ne. and improved maebiner...

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. — 31 July 1868

Sgiicullurn!. Fi-im Ura- let's PstmTslk. Octlm; ird) lor the Caitlc Show. (f l ountv Agricultural Society' annual fairs anil cattle shows. r exhibition-, are terv j.iserful influences toivards eleintinj and brttorins the onndition of the common firmer, und advancing the cause of agricul ture, if they are properly conducted. Ilut that's what's the matter. Too many of them are made the vehicle lor hettin? lorth the peculiar ideas, of certain men. and too inanv lu arc arc conducted in a manner nut inaccor dUnce with the intentions of the act inoor-i.ritii."the-ii. due makes fluuelsa siccial !tv. .iimtl.or faun sueei. and a piud many -"run .ill t,i lion'," horse miking, trotting, end r.ii in, with -i" tl,c u"llal coneoniitanu-, ' intempcTnec. piinlilin. and immoralities. Uut, e arc glad to my, that horse-racin;;, in innei'tiiiii with our agricultural txhilii ti inn. it- cion year growing lew frequent, and the leading farmers and agricultural j.tT9 in the country are taking a firm and d,...

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 August 1868

Sckcl 3ilrsrrllnnii. Ni'll I 1-ht it l't'tc oil the Old I man I. inc." I he following is tlic son" that was -ung theUtfuililkian NatHmlCinentirtii all er Grunt's utmiiuation the eutrinitinii of George F l'.""t. of Chicago- SONC. We'll rally ag""" to the standard we bore O'er the battle fields crimson awl gory. Shouting " hal to the. chief who in freedom's fierce war. Hath cohered that banner with glory. chorcs. Tlien rally again, then rally again. With the soMier.andsailar, and bHatnwr. tnd we'll fightit out hereon theeld Un'mnMiie, y. odds if it takes us all summer. tt,-l tally again by the sale of the men biw"' ooonkt'o fierce rattle, and the I"1 " 'till true, wl.n ten true to ilieu than, Ul; lajc them ' Gal sawed " m the battle. . nilr again, and " that flag of the fire" stay where car kme hate placed it, lr'j ne'er shall they govern, an land or on sea, treason hath spnrned and disgraced H. rally again, and oar motto shall lie, V, bdeer the nation that hen us, owl Mess that old b...

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 August 1868

c Jim J3rcss. IJl KLIMiTdX. KHIDAV AUGUST 7. u. . bknf.iuct, kmtur. for I'residrnt, i I.Y.V-iHS S. JI5AiT, or iujvois. lor Vice President, : ill YI.KK COLFAX, 01 INDIANA. Iti-puliItCHU Mate Ticket. IO& GOVLR.NOB, JOHN, li- l'A(JE of J.ctlani. tUB UKUT.-GOVL11N0B, MKPIIEN THOMAS or tttiT Kmklke, FOB TBEAPt'BLE JOHN A. PA (IE of MoMiuJut. lull LLUIT(Rf AT LA1MJE : v,W. A. GRAN'DKY, of Yergeancs. I ill UE FAIUBANKS. of St. Jhn..bury. Count) .Nomination. lr Senators, K it HARD, Burlington, t I'.. GRFX.V, Ittchiaoud. II HALBKRT, Hwi. Vw .fttf-Jasf Judge, MOItSt Ittttm. IT! I WRlOIIT.mton. or . of Vrokut. t'.liEV H WALES, Barfiegten. AW .VfatrV Jittormetf. . IHU RO HERTS, IrlingH). rbr Skerif. J tllN C. I.KIFFIN, WiUKtwu. MLPH ItAlETON. Charlotte. Tliird uur-.inutil I)itncU Iltfuhltrau I'hton Dtttrtrt Vunrention. X K- , ut'li'-wi I'mon 'nvDtiD, for the Third l r - .ual Ihptrictof Vfnwmt, will -e beM at Mw. u ..Mneilay, the lth ta of AuUt next, at i i k. ..tn., tor tins purpow of nomin...

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 August 1868

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, i .llcgcs during tlic joir from our Stair. v.lmt At this point the Committee on Credentials rc a the ezlra amount thus expended. It was. turned, and reported the list of delegate", about -1") time" TOO or SIHI, or !?luO,00l venr , Tlic Committee reported that the two towns of balf millwo of dollars in four jrars, Granville and Ca-lleton had each presented a hb amount if appropriated l.y the Legislature I double list of delegates. They reported their .luring tint time to our own college-, would 1 i action upon the same, which was endor-ed by ranch clear gain for them. He knew thi was ' the Convention, and the delegations, as reported t the loftie-t argument (hut could ! pncntil, by the Committee, were elected'te scats. hut it was one worth considering. Xbei.eopleof Vcnnont were justly proud of the character of Vermont ; there wa about her aons certain sobriety, a substratum of common underlying their downright laroeMuoe ,3,1 ...

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 August 1868

BORLINGTON, VT., FBEE PRESS, FK ID AY MOBNING, AUGUSIT 7, 18G8. THE 1 Slgriculfiirnl. The crop of lavy tlii vintr is otto iT the largest eter jmluced in this euuiitrv. TI V ". Timet bHja it is ettiiii 'ted ttiat ite to tal .ilue will cxcecti $JW).nOO,000. llic weatljrr for (he leaving Tiis a lis uot ln so .sl as conlil lmve Iieon u i-he-I. 'nt Trill not rwioiiely aflect the cr.. Telegrams rroeivorl fp.ii' :i hcujImt of local ities in the States. oTIIIiii-!-. Win .msin. lovra nd Sliiineiiita, with t it throe exceptions announce the cniej of nnnll grains iinraeoe dented, lwth in .pjalitv . .in.1 ttic ram never letter, tlilcs- - im- Misl't should cumo, Isitli the small iu.n rups and the corn crop will V- the I -t ui satlicml in the Northwest. West lUthcl wiiii-i-iii'l- "t ofthc Mow Vi,ht mijs that he . ui -!.! at his wimliw and bee iiftv ep fl"' With . hirp crop he tredieti! t...rlul .liiliue in prices. If one wants tit v.- ewttee-s water inelone he will, after the mi isalmot two feet ...

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 August 1868

County Clerk j Stlcd JHrsrclInnn. For C. ClirislN j,i-lit drew down lm curtain?, all damp tn t! ' r darknc-. The lande-ipe enshrouded, enveloped in shade. Tie star faintly glimmered through gathering bhcknc", The dew drop in tears on the prienswarlwcrc liid. fjintiv tbe Ugh's gleam from Jerusalem's temple, TV vespers are chanted that mnninontsi tu prayer. The bum of tire city i lost in the stence TV lBultituie slumlrinf;Hiieomei(ilythere. Psr don 'n the vley Genwnreth slcepini?, ripple disturbing its jmacelul rejioc ; The m11 ?'WI Kvdren its winding coarse thrwiinR. In .aloe"5 Mannuriag, m onward it flows. TV law ply of Lebanon Tbi'wr .vonderbjlttopoericwkingtlHMale: . ."-..ugh the palm branches and .lie? of ,hsn . kind's mournful sigh senna a sorrowing j wnl 1 Ti, deep ,nF shad of Giwemanee garden, Huh tl' dew-drops ot laid. night encircling hit tik. .ft f whose brow stand." in jets of deep crmi-ii. T Mw..ur is kneeling this night He's be irijod' H,,n with watching at the gate of t...

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. — 14 August 1868

m rtU.NCHI.V. FRIDAY UT,rT 14. 0. ". BF.XK.DirT, Fjutoe. Tin: duly vnv.r. ihis. Mornine nnd livening I diliiMi. P... VUtCIAr!S. 0.fi-OIiegCi3L, r.rV Par AssoriAnos. : nVm. t. Wrr15r..L.rf mtrrert tn rmont and the rail maiirr. " .ri.:z .,i, ,,i. v., wt Re,, vu , oecarrTns to ta. IjrtltJ- . ! and rellalcaw worlds. It iJ f" si. ".. twelve hours later news I'iZ the n f" the .New Vork and Ilon an. w Sl-lounlwbe THE IS EST AM CHEAPEST DAILY u' lil'ed i V ennoat or Nortb-Ea,tcrn New Yolk. .airE F.bt Dollars jr annum, in advance. Tii r u i:i:ki.v nti:i: I'ltr.x -. rerr Frtdavmorninff.(n a large Mirfy . .''... folio ihet. eivlns a veri areat am..unt . r raadinr matter, full Vermont new.-, . -t r.-pml t'.e CamtwMse and Drlston tjjttle ., .-s and V rra.nt Dalrv Markets; a oareteUy . v.rleultu.- Ii. narCS.-lit, and other attraet- ' "lies. ., . c l iJ MU er wonterf ai wie h c - , , It it 1 , ,i valoe, a,rOierauncn u'a" HE UARGHST ANP CHEAPEST WEEKLY , inn art or Nortb-Kaatern New York. -Two doUa...

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 August 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FRE-E PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING. A TJ G- TI SIT 1 a i'ornl & .Stoic Affairs. Jletcorolocjcal Kecord. Reported for U Feei Pass. ArGnr nr.sr whk ISs. . tBTotR Atto. wio 5 i;Xa- - r.- ' (mean)? a.m. 2 p-M. A.M. i ".as ".HO 7tl MV MV N MV S MV N N W sw MV N . MV I 4 66 '.83 m ... Tcmixratnreofthe k, at 7 a. m.. w H unTomperatureefthoweel.aijp.m, 7r,s 4,.,n Temperature rf the week, at 9 p. m Kiera,:' ,f TVnnonifcter, from Tr9 - ti.c. RattEt l,t ,f the Harometer, 19.396 inches. r '"-"'-j -46" one in uie mwieois etcapc irora M. Aioans jail, last ,,,f the .(, in HinesbHrgh, and an- I April. Tlie two were on a marauding expedi , j nun feUSunday afternoon. j lion from Canada and had a tub of stolen butter j in their wagon. The Trantcript smellier are r,,, ...une Men's Chmtian Aociatioi. of Wie,Bl to iplpjl in piunafrin'g the .,.l, ,ied.cated their new IliU Sunday j hseof Mr. Webster, in Fairfield, about two , :,, ,!ipr.,pmte exercises, under direction of weeks ago, and ha...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 August 1868

igriculturnl. Condition orthe ro,... The nionthlv Keport or Agriculture for I July cives ti.e mot encouraging facts it In- 1 live to the condition of the cum croi and tlie incrcasj of area u'i'ier cultivation. In; Maine. Xew HamieJiire, Massachusetts, I Khocie Island, I onnecticut, .New lore, .New Jersey, and Maryland, there is a flight de crease in the acreage, owing to the backward and unfarorahle Spring interfering with the planting tut the total decrease docs not ex- 1 . ..r., i. : - - n wvi ....... T.;ic ti.fl :..-.., :n i, remaining States mounts up to 3,103,215 acres, noting a total advance for the whole country of nine i-r rent. The yield ,,rom- I ism tohe greater than for many venrs inst Not ,,c least significant thing in the Report , tlir mot uiat us ngum couciusneiy iiroic , the change in the agricultural condition of the South which at the close of the war it liecanie apparent it must undergo. The condition of wheat, a shown in the Julv returns, if above tltc -verage for...

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