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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 21 August 1868

4 it Stltd 3!lrsrrilann. Children nt ihcir Piny, lii 'OU. TiLMEB. 1 , listened, at thecailydawu 1 he Urk salute tbe morn, IV imii and the linnet n to I'oumI from the blooming thorn ; pre heard at evening's dewy cle-? The bltckbird's melting lav ; lint there's no music half so Wee V- children at their rJa y. pe heard unriralled Wilson .vtnjr Iu Scotland's doric strain. And lend even rty a grace IVyond the jioct'e pains ; nd C-ataliniV msrrellous voice H. ith borne nay soul away ; ,x there ao music lialf so sweet . children at their play. v "it within enchantment ?nell, lost to meaner things, u v v Paganini's master hand w ith magic toadied the strings ; pj there's no sweet-toned instrument Which cunning hands essay, fan yieM a music to my heart I. Le c-hildren at their play. Ill nature teems with hoHet Mmnd-, i n listening years they fn ; e river-, Ktream, ye lands, ye wave There', mane in ye all ; But we the schoolboys juit let Incee. Exulting, bound away ; Then tell me if the earth...

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 August 1868

,hc dree rcss. r.ir.LIXiiT.i.V, FRIL'Ai AUGUST -1. o. i. bexemct, 1'j.iioe. Tin: daily rnui; !!:. Mimin: und livening edition". ni ,. rmtr. pee-. riii fcwnT rn lut rTTii'i V : .Vu. a Collega s , it- r I, AA-HSTA ninm tuo. vt. ,i.Tr'".''-"?ffall.yW i-ryssTA -..'':rr! J2SiJfM: l( mtoilijc i.t i aiA 1 I'Ur- 1., ..c urnnx -n t..- In ill rl au.i reuxinw wtrUi1. It will - mi'i twelve boors laltr n- wi . " :n tlie New York and Be-t. n f. nil I t- V (Mi CHEAPEST DAILY SA-M Tt ; i tiif .i-sU-1'icn r . - n iVit! -Earvrn New York. l;'tr i -sr. per annum, in advance. run i:i:ki.y rnr.i: iki:ss ,. ,. , -I itied every Vnimy f uiaK, on lane Utrtf LJ -,lumm folio sheet, eivinS a err K"at amount t.H.tr At readier matter, fullveraiont news. 'relSu ofoTh ....r.dse and Brixton CjUlt irrT.-t and Vennoul IHIry Markets: a eareniUy "lil Airlenkaral Henartment, and other attraet- "Tf.T!" at the We it wUl ta fcund r ralae. for the fullnese lt home Dew". It TIIK UKCBST AND CHrUPBsT WEEK" .n rmat or "rtb-VJtom...

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 August 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUSIT 21, 18G8. 5Cornl & $tott affairs August threaten to le cool. Vest r j,j (Wednesday) Ibe mercury Fteod 0 a.m., n.i- ra. 57 c p.m., tbe lowct it has been, with the exception of case day, (June 22ad) since the 4th of June, when it ranged from 66 in the morning to 60 at noon. t'EiM"5 Cocmt Democratic Ooivk.nhoi. i t the Democratic Contention at Fairfi(4d, the ; Jlowinc ticket try uotnraated : for Senatotv Victor Atwood, James 0. 1'iwell. Wruah. Jnlps-0- s- KUon, K. 0. Salfenl. Stale'' Attorney F. K. .Mclnlyre. 'Jwtp. ,,f Probate J. II. Stofflebean. her,ff-F X. JobB. lU!iff-M- K FE,h- j. .. an official statement iseard from the , uarti-rs of the army at ATaauitrtat., it r- that there were but 18,731 soldiers on ' ,n all the Eoathern States on the 1st of .Lunar;. It-. Of thnc 2.72S were engaged Mirt the Indian-,, and 2, 112 iere in forta on rt;r coasts. In the ten State deumiiiutfed n-W. Am were therefore bat 18.5M6. 1-ivitT. wer...

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 August 1868

Agricultural. Yineferid, X. J., produce.! 12,302 bushels t.f etrnvtlierriri. this year aeainst 7.7-15 last era son. Twehe quarts of it in a bog-hcarl of water will make a isiwcrlul liquid manure, which will uiirme the growth oftlawer?, gar den crt'tablet, of root croi1. Peas and Iwans lieinp both rich in nitrogen arc laluablc in reinirinr; tho waste in the iiiuM-lenof animals, and areeffeCTally adran tnfous in tl.e jimluction of wool. The etinwUm bug i kiUnI by Mime rard .!,! bT Iwildin- iles "f dry lirufli ami wee.li. and setting fre to one of tbrtn eaeh leniiiR after the hottli lieRin to fly out. The hoivgrowerc in Winsuuein estimate the Ticld tnii jmr at POO iawucY an acre or let, on wliich it i- thought the yield will not ci oecd 60,000 or 5,('IHI InleV. It is etited that planting tomatoee around apple trees will hinder tlicir being troubled Tit the borer. The remedy it. cheap and may 1 made profitaWe too. For etcry three hundred and fifty bushels of potaUies removed from our fi...

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 August 1868

Scire! $.rsrrllami. From the Septfinber AtUntir Monthly . Hill mid Joe. Come, dear old comrade, you aad I Will steal an Lour from dsys rob by The shining dare when life'was new And all was bright Kith morning dew Tlie luty daysof long ago, When jou were ISM and I tvu Joe. Yoor name may flaunt a titled umil. Proud as a cockerel' rainbow taQ ; And mine as brief appendix wear As Tarn )SJianters luckless man ; To-day. old friend, remember still That I am Joe and you arc 1 Jill. v, , a'Te won the great world's envied priae. nd grand yon look in people' eree, ,tli H O X. and IX. D. rare letters, fair to see ,.u: W. "M fellow ! off tbey go ! Hjreyoo, Bill? How are you, Joe? T jic worn the judge's ennined robe ; jVa'v told your name to half the globe ; f, u've sung mankind a deathless strain ; i,u've made the dead past live again ; Tlic world may call you what it will, But ion and I are Joe and Bill. TIj.' Unfiiiig young folks atare and say, ".See tho-e old buffers, bent and gray They talk ...

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 August 1868

BURLINGTON. VT., FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 2, 1868. .:t.:;.iKCT.tX. hiiday august 28. G. 3. BENEDICT, IferroB. Tin; iaii.v ritiii: riiK. Jlt.ruing nm! Kleuing editions. TW Fad P asss iU horopter I ibjlrind ejory iwortil and every evening, BasJays eiaa. by tar Futta Pitas Associ itios, at o. College St, urtiaria. Vt. , Thti fVuly Mltbw will cmUin tlioyW Mfrmftc .WkHMiiII' .Imamtrl Pr . full atrf latt i ows r all matter of interest in Virraont mni the Lttt-ataia Vallet . Ilie latest Stock tail 1 other f.rkct R. nl froli IntoUl-eot-e lud discus urn. ar al! hniwrtxiit n itt occurrins in the politi- c L bncuJ, lrunwry and relisau worldl. It will . rniA tt suhseriber with twelve boon later wl ih they east tMain from the New York aod Boston papers; aad will he fcaad to be THE BUST AND CUBAI'IST IIAILV rubtabed in Vermont or Nerth-Eestcni New York. Purs Eight Dvllmn per annum, in advance. tiih vi:i;ki,y riti:i: i'itis Mhlbtied every iTiday morning, on a large thirty .tt mfmm folio...

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 August 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGTJSIT Q8, 18G8. The other male characters were tustaincd hy Iers. Bartlett, HacVrtt, V oilman and Nason. an 1 the female characters ly jtmnr ladies from D,toii, rroTidcncc, St Louis, YosLen anJ Tr, v The acting throughout was of the most tVgjut description. The work was received with great enthusiasm. ccn to the demanding of a second reprocnto ti m, 1' ,CIT intellectual and critical audience, au.'ng "om vm GoT Smith and his family. The author 5hooU not longer keep it under the retl.it pmacy, but publish it as a high-toned mid ilep"" amateur comedy for parlor represen tsii. ii. fr there isaikmaml in our larger towns vl i .ii.es for piecco of this description. lufor -al hops cocur very frequently in the . 'Vnt toll room. Hie few dress afluira liave ,,,. cncoessfal, while the last equalle.1 in 1 rilli-- lt-1"-r occasions at larger and more resorts. 1 , Jlgy deecrilw for your lady readers ,f all the Uir one present, but sgnce iTiermit;...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 28 August 1868

5H2ST" Li. 'JJ.JgVi'"J-'' '!' -" Sjriculfurnl. There aro about 3,300.000 unes in Olifor ua vineyards. Mr. Lewis, o! Scliuvlcr, N. V., state that be Lod a meadow which by toji-drweing ti oed twcntv different kicd of K1' " t uonU not Ittre it plowed for $100 per acre. A ICcntufkian write to the .Y..rrAirrcrn r.rsr that or a lot of telegraph polet, pat hii in Kentucky, tlie cbwtnut rotted firet, the kr Sac wTv next, tbe locust stood live mr terser ana weir iiu "v -- A correi.udei.t of tfc moic lIr com- mcb tbe 1.U11 of bavraga lunen, mtwiar i.. : at about ten o'clock in tbe fctrtwarn, a be think fi m eii to twelve is tiM loaf; to g with Mt eaunr. Afe ig" of jum OiiMcr. frpsb from the bosh, if dcixsntcd in .ird alwut grain IxKff, 'will bean effectiiefr. te. ti.in from rat and nice ; aV.1 that tbe Mallei- and leaves of tbe common mullein will dm. nite from their haunts. Mrr train ur etinnort a slant in an unnat- unl poaitian. Climbers should not be turn- jj, united Statu thirty-year bond...

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 September 1868

County Cle grlttf $rsrr!!;wi. Mv Other Self. AFTER 011X50 Jt. I pec with eyes you cannot sec - parkDew, to you, is light to vat ; I Itear with cars of strange accord. Though dumb to you, each lightest word ; The incr sense, in you inert, In me is quietened and alert ; Weird forms I sec, with faces fair. Strange voices hear I in the air ; AH grueling thoughts, desires, I miss, M v soul is bathed in perfect bliss. turc to me is passing lair. And all things bright and perfect arc The grass, the flowers, the hill, the plain. The dew, the showers, the wind, the rain, TV streams, the ocean, and the rock, TV cttrUeat) rtorm, the earthquake's shock , fk, -i-htning's fiah, the thunder's roll, V 1 1 - J their worship in my soul, rn te thing was made in rain. f .r vl things die to lire again ; ,i j limi may change, but nought it hist, in 1 all things new the old hath cost ; Maii da-?, decays, but o'er his grave Tin rt.i- with every breeze will wave ; lit liu- liTiin trees, in air, nd fouh-M fo...

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 September 1868

r.CKLIXSTUX. FKIDAY SUTKMBEK 1. C. j. IlKXEHHT, Dillon. Tin: duly riircE ritr.hs. ."loruiuc and Kteain; IMitiolis. n-fRnl'KP! will atrtalUr t pobtifhtd every aatnlne aad r.vry tr-iar, buUr mMM, Ite rB rMtwAMOtlAnovat o.CuUE-L, Ta IMt. Buttons w!U emtala ttoWtr0K r.'m : 'ttkt J-tltl fa and lata news? . .itor-of mtrr.-t in eruiout ami the jteCkSi i'i ValhT tl, 'it.-tt Stjcl an 1 other Market R , u- an.f frwb mtllien- and discos. ttssatAfa) i ''"t vt ut-'ccurrinE in the pollt5--l tHW . " i .M and rvlijpusir worlds. It will ' tj, n .u .. r with twelve hours lator ihjwb itm they i '" lr the New York and Puston papair; au.l w. f'a! t" HIE "E-T AN I) CnEArSST DAILY -aall-tted la : uiont or North-Hastcrn New York. Poica E Jt 11 -.laa por annaa. In advance. Tin: Mi.rur.v rnni: pki:ss itaa'puaaed'.ve; ' Fr.rt.l mo .. -u a Urjca thirty ,eW. folio -li.-it, Kivia- ' 'l -ret aim.unt ,sd nuMraf na-li-is mtu r fu'l i nnont new". HOcOrtp-Htoortki Cauilwid." ati-1 I'i ilit., Cattle Jl.rkot. and Vta-....

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 September 1868

THE BURLINGTON VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER d , 18G8. 1 Xornl & Stole Affairs- TannoxcnB. -r.n.lgKirpTPrr Dakometcxu frnnm-t re ' 7S so r 75 (8 73 sr. 76 'l 75 ' 64 75 I SK 7 I 7J 75 66 69 64 64 80 65 C9 61 76 63 73 , H S 64 a 77 70 S3 73 75 S 73 43 ri a ;9 a -il 67 Ml 71 s.1 67 I,-, i 56 7) 68 71 73 r- 67 -7 73 " .65 ".41 ".37 "J6 "v3 " JB ".76 " ".' ".79 ".71 "JO ".75 ".70 ".7 " J6 ".61 ".62 67-.7l. 75 .66. 55. 66 raturt of the mmA, iv.thf 1'itli, average, tin I7tli. l,ti' f the UieruOTWrter. 84 . 46. LSStaehee. 1 r.i it, ji. ifrlit el thr Barometer, 2S.B77, 7 ls. tbe 6th. aj4,2p.t. tie ad. A ....... f 1 .. ' fcv I I mm CC Qlr 1 1 f rai o in Anj. c years, ' ra.r in June, July A Aug. 'Co, t arn . S - 6.41a, ! 6 Ji in. j 124 , '67. '.i I f rain in the tbreeaominer I tli- tor the ears IsTrt "66, uct of rain for Uie laift twelve tnoatnc was i more than lialf the aanaal tail tor the : wousxrar-. ; s h Tt r can point to a re-election by 1 . -t iu noritT ever given to a ...

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 September 1868

Sqriniliunt.. Men vth have imt ir.iul clear cnougli to rum) n-'-eivl mh-i a simple fiiet as tlsat bay ot n d'v inf.-ri ir quality when made from grass vvi-t- i i oimnruciUK to forin aeed should cat . n.' !.-ttin c or oilier kihul which lus lgun t .! ,vt I " urn Jawville. ts.. Omxlte mn that1 -.. .muT whentarrcrccaiitlv cut in one " ., . - . i day vviui a Clow reatssr, drawn byono roir ,-.w. ThcRra,n was in three teWs, -t:r : the crmnd who uneven and ir- 1 rflT 'ar- I . - -j pM;Ani;c arc Dmt ni i apt In are n.iw imported U Kngland from the ' .ion. .lie Iruit is not only iarce ana oi excellent ijualitr, Imt i not conveyed in a frh and t erf act Kate. The fiwt iwt iJHicii brought into urerpiioi tn the pot in which the plants were grown was fo Cne, that the lot, upward of fifty, was Fold wholcmle to one purchaser at 20 shillings each. A farmer of Camden, X. J , has a Maall A n ot tree, only rix years old, whicli Iore f. or I'uehelsof Kpriooti last year. The first 'tcl was hcnt to a cotn...

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 September 1868

Srlrrf flferrllamj. ( rnnl. ific Hero of the "nr. ' i. vvrvt.NK OlUU...!." Id, hmf daifc onrM w;l f 'U Us.nr, Tbc J '5 isalnii-i here (, 1 i. bliie i i nut la vain, I, .1 ante- the Ii m's tear ; , . ir bore tlie -word ao wcH, i .1 ee tbr bind release .1t,j.' ilrk horrors, bow prodaiiaa ti w. 1 ' ' Let us have Peace I" ( , ,ForGram, the I le ta war, lirant, the Hero of the m; Now to Peace would lead as on. Now to Peace would lead c on ; ' .rsnt, the Hero of the war, Y'W to Peace would leave us on, i ! we wiu. follow him ! . ' o ar of armed mm, 1 , r ris began, 1 . . ..udit hard to quell V; ' " ,-ti man ; ' s the issue join. '", ,t-,.nwiUcea, , 1 1 i'hc the chair of state , i Let us hare Peace !" l r Grant, the Ben of the war, Sc. . i . V rule the king miut nm , i - lie, I would save : ii Ii x K-r is no fool, - hi- a Ue is brave ; . , '- wt.nl he will obej. ' . iff' he will not spam, ijon through him tbeir voice Is heard, I'-ice will awn return. Ki.i .'rant, the Hero of the war. Ac Fr...

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 September 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE .ir,(I.IXJT". FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11. G. BENEDICT, Editor. The I cirislnturc. Our n.tiffit.s thus far show 1117 Republican K -.i-cs-nitathes elected, ami 13 Democrats a i i.:i of six Re-iailjliciins. The Senate is unanimously- llte-athlicsn a gain of one. About one- ' ' t'f et the I!is--e will be tew members. lii-cag tlw leading meml-crs cn the floor of t'tc Hoa-M- Hill le lUrl, of Bennington, the vet in Mmtr of ManeicMer ; Grandcy, of Ver .rt'r.ue ; Converse, of Woodstock ; Proctor, of Rutland; BrigbaiH, of Hydepark ; Wales, of Binlingtou ; Langdon, of MontIier, arl Not Thirty Tliouvnud. The very fuH returns in our columns to-day in! u to tale off something from our osti ited Majority in this State. The first returns ' -ned eaotaiBed the larger towns, in which '"' lnmoci-at.s sve their Urgent proportion awl ,. (. it their fullest vole. The second irutal- nt showed a ratio of gain ujog the first, 1 h. if contines-d throughout the State, would ' i e lurried the...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 11 September 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FKEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1868. Vvi. ii. the fiiitcl States, because of her magni ficent rm ,rft,tfc now lumber come 2,000 juijes to roailet As to tbe amount if firewood Uired, it estimated that the mills, .schools, e at SW,MjO conls, lteide 100,000 conls f .r rnnwJ-tjn' thoosanJs of conU for other ,-hscp. amounting in all to a million cord a '"r In lumber it is estimated that the mills the M.ife turn out 115 million feet a cnr. The r 'r consumption is estimated at v-Vl-'.n wrth for fort, bewdw tie?, c. Thirty hctw of htHTy timbered land will .p, .i,nI to furnish all this wood, and fifly - M-ir- U exhaust all we hare in the State, j u. vi is interested in the wood question, m-w x ber. As tueanf for the preserva ftl J Tetuation of our forest?, animalb t ,,, .n-fully kept out of all woo Hots ; for "... rr-'Wii trees and decaj-ing ones ohould or where thinning: is needed, care Miient ucd. The matter should 1 made 1 ( t f tth State and national legis...

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 September 1868

tjrktilhirnl. I . destov "bbcI 'in (low dec', say 10 i . 12ine', unl sw laiefcwhcat. If ton no i-mM honcic, ctrni.l vigilance with t f hits umI Ik?. Lesls.houid he Wi t free from v 01W ik1 the Mirfiirc of the iil wade mel i . ariauid tlie plants with the lioe. I" cca s ,-is .4 isvtraeted drought, odious water ings should I giwn, especially to plants which have been recently ret out. There i- n abundance of wild fruit in Miniweeda this v.ar. the plum trees are fed. SinwlVrrkiiuerr ery abundant, . wore ci-emc. Cranberries promise well, .nlis re der:ly, and rusrJ'errio. and Hark- no are aluirrdant. A errjMHiit of the American Farmer's , Maaauiu thinks almost every advantage is ..11 the side of curly plowing lor wheat, and .c isne, aenrwi;' omers. u mrewai huuihv Is limed under, early Jowin -rites thecals tunc to come up, so that thev may lie killed liv the cultivator or plow More tfie wheat is sown. A farmer, dating from I'encta, writes: 1 .lull J like to give my poultry report. last y...

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. — 17 September 1868

Srifff grlisrrllanji. ran dig V I'irsi Gray -fflnir. F-irnv wu tliirty, or thereabout , Perhaps she might half decline T, rwn, without a ino-t beautiful pout. T adavovcr twenty-nine. I innv was handome so, at least, tVi'l irrd thatfavord glas, o hicli drank, in silence, that dainty feast. Seung her shadow p.ise. t mnx v as handsome, to they aid, lepvring love-rs a score, V i ,. 1.1 M at the curl? of her gipsy Irani, Itut ,shi roarer kiss, and more. , ii-ocd Fanny came to me. uM i v , with fingers two, H Jin j -ome object so carefully f j value at once I knew , - - . .-as pearl, aome diaaaond rare, ' v reheard destined to hlaar ; - only a single hair my wonderful gaze ' i . but it hue, how far i- i dark curls glossy shine ! . vtnu might hare gleamed like another -t ir 1k- tjdmg dusk of mine. , re ' cried Fanny, ' A burning shame, w.ik, and worry, and toil, i Tiijr tor wealth, and fashion, am! fame, i 1 i.rnmg the midnight oil in t le me gray while only a miss ; (. 1 .ks all taking wi...

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 September 1868

THE BURLIXGTOX, VT. FREE PRLSS, . FRIDAY MORNING, SJiF'l'JiiUM -lit its Tnc'iuiil lEisht in (,'t-urgiii. IT or TUB (X)U)EUS M r M I - 'LMISLATCBX ULuMXCTOX. FRIDAY SEPTEMF.KIl lb C. . BEXEDHT, Ehitok. .Ml Hail .Maine: Mvjie is would Le. , In the Georgia legislature, a :i- , -anin ' of tbe session, the ttegra Tnt-mtn-i- ,- n l for i report which recognized the clipl-' T t-f some thirty Democratic member-, vh lud It-en J rel-l.-. This vote was repaid bt tin ri-.-, lufim to expel the negro members from tht Legi-laturi. In protesting against the expulsion, some twenty negroes nude speeches. A oormp 'ti'i''11' wn- "Many ofthe appeals werceiii.il' i.tl I"'ln-t' , and all the addressee contained T-.L--.1..-1-- '-f (' qnence and argument which surpri-cl ttm those who hail thought they kn. the negro .m l hM inental eajiacity tlinrnu,'iii.i. rreu uuugi. the i"Tl masses of the North were going back i. the cause to which they gave biool, toil and li. i..are without stint, there is douht no long...

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 September 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER IS, 1SG8. n."BAL HALL. Mr- L U l'latt, BoriingUm, embroidered ly i 00 "r, ' ,i ? Uln. Gejoreia, 1 iaf. 31 00; iraire . i , Tf and vrjutks eU, $1 Oil ; tkcbu msed -taking. hic SBi nHtcn vrn, " V'l Hejite. IJarlington, ooUeetioEofuil ' 'iin.rtt. lfurlinjrtasA, bioey table, 1 00 , Drew, nwfiaittai, trained amrfle l- u.m , k, Lamer, , Burington, 1 case hair work, ,, i l.(viui, Bnrlinrlon, infant carriage v tl 00 ' ii, on Sweet, Borlington, 1 bedspread, ' 2 00 farmer's wns4fa, ,10 :t,'i so t v (in":1'? ' . ;rr Co., BurlrngtosL, ease spices aher medal Randolph, 9 paintum. 2 00 Mr- ' i Mn!ii. Sbribnra. two frasne ahes'l M ( . mfjry?, Harrington, caw dental diploma Mi-. K Fish, Vergennw, 1 silk hat l on r i, . .south Burlington, 2 pieces carpet- ill leather work, Z 00 i online Machine Manufacturiiur Co.. I M i . pecimen roach.ne work, :i 00 i I A To'ley. Burlington, sample silk lie in inufiu lure, 3 00 W 1 1 liii i . W ini"ki, hair...

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 September 1868

Sgrirtilftirnl. lljt radii-h isime id" die timet isiurUnt rtr- raided in market gardens, upwards oi twa hniiditil acres of it lcin grown in the iritiitr uf New-York alone, and fiirthclaet half tlarn jcara there la Urn noticing prawn from whidi 1 been realised wire profit nr. a serotvl crp. A oirr-jni!t f an agricultural toicr far- I rm gmwiiiR alaait tt-nty aciesof raits thi year, mostly yellow imingalds and Swedish turnips. fapTiewe eomince ibc tht the Vdkiw JlanpiU Wand tlw lt mat fiwthc Awricia farmer. For the last four years 1 have not puwn les than 1,000 hwliels per acre, and sometime oter 1 ,300 hoahrla. at a cost ot from four to eevco cents r htwbei. The Cwatry Gen firman does not apt with the raporu lately published in tho l'rtt vnr repardrne: tlie core crop. In many sec : ms in which the crop is reported to be very tine, larger, aod of batter quality than but, the severe drought is found to hare ceriously affected the grain ; and aho of the wheat crop, the first paper avert...

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