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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 September 1868

County Clerk ' Srlcrt tflisrrltanii. Thr Drilling IJoat. It liadfl".itci .iway fra the beach awl liay. Out of sight of towers and town , n empty awl a battered boat ; Bat Umt bout wouM not go down. The morning rose on the waters wide. And the night fell cold anil dark. Yet ever on the wind and tide Drifted tht buttered bait The sl h' passed from iti broken mast, And its painted pride was dim ; The al 'ca-weed dang round its bows. V hK'h had leen sharp and trim. Where were the merry mates ami free Xi ho had gone with it afloat ? r t erer learned ; bat the world's wide sea Hi''i bvw like tfiat drifting boat. , . it in early storms hae lost :i . and sail, and oar, ,ti except on Lethe'a shore, w , 'ae to moorings more : li; lose loveless, trustless day, . ;ie and the heart have gone , i -ln' go down in theetorny sea Kk tun-e empty boats drift oh ! .1 i. il hciru to sail in the wind's eye oace ; I '.it ',. id huids to reef and steer, th .i -ireugth that would not stoop to chance, .nJ a f...

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. — 25 September 1868

t I CUELIXGTOX. FRIDAY SElTEMBEn to. 0. Q. BENEDICT, Emtor. TIIK DAILY I'llIlE rKIS. Morning nnd llveniii; r.d.tion. The Tun Press will hereafter be puMMied every S?i5.VS5. trrr'rffSr5' SSfift,.," . n, .,,, ,.,.ow If Ktparttoftke dtmaatrd rref ; fall and lots news cf all matters of Interest in Vermnnt and tbe Lake OiunpiMia uty . tiie utm Muck aal uuer Market It-fi-orts, and fresh mtUiponcoaiiUiiacTii tiow rf all imnorUut cverjt .veuiTin.; Id the io.iti rmi, financial, literary and rtidiu wra-Ms. ft will Viral ah its fah-crirtt-rf with twelve hour liter new rLan tbey ca obtain from tlm New York rod Brum papers t will be fyuni t 1 THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DAILY paMUtK! in Vermont or Nortb-Dutern New Turk. Pnica T3ht Dollars per annsm, in advance. TIIK WnilKT.Y rilEll'KKSS, I.pbl!,r, rr.a.ymormn;,onaUrl!.lWllJ0r'Iw''',",: 'P" '" ' wfow folio snoct. savin:: a very irreal amount navs, 5-v a majority in the negative. All the few rvjorU! r tb Cambridsv aavl r.risiitoai Cattle Mrkets and Verm...

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. — 25 September 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 215, 18G8. Xoral & blr Affairs. "Ictcoroloslcnl Kecord. Reported for the Free Presf. -trTBMBtB TniRD WEEK IS6S. I,-,IMCTER BUtOM. Wltlv . 9 r m. (mean).7 a.u.'2 r.vi.!9 a.m. 2J.92 ' NE S S ' .73 ' .96 ' xw NW S , 5 s sw s NF .13 " .6.1 t i 37 K .NE .., -e renting of the thermwneter, 51 u.Zt. -J", i ilio tuemvoiiieter from K to 70 a . . f. ,., cd the I7th and ISUl. tl,. lCUi and 20th ; amount, .92 inches. ,,n: "l Agricultural Society boll j I. u-es Point Sept 29th awl itOtli. ,i. Monday ilGO boxes elut-sc from the . factory were mid at 13 1 !. ml lV'boies from the Mam fee- i cents. - -ii M nikiT. On SatMnav mux-sold t.-.fclieeM-at IS to 14 l-2e, 172 tuba tc. llc.and onecar load of live hoga ; -l'l live weight, i i KiiHKKT H v wwt. Tfcevener-tMe ' t if ni, of Uaderhin,diiUn that town m-t , at tlie age of 101 years. He 1 it bis death the oldest man in j ( , u. n . if not in the State. . Vise, the Superintendent of tbe Vermo...

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. — 25 September 1868

g-griruHural. A Ui-tletiin eiirresiwriilciit ,f tlie I'utlnn J -ninj: The fanner here feci rich at t r liu:ni:int Ira i-rut. tliey lraic yitlicrcil i l.t tl.cir Imi hp. Sue tlut usua!v cot from .r4l to 7 time, .me cut thie jcar 100 tone, j IliiiS all their Inn's. IsreidiD etactingout .sip- ijuantitic. Tliocom crapaWirui-iiM t.i 1 much more abundant than usual. At the j.rwnt time in France entire bod ire .ir animals, arc cuhjcctcl to the action of I jilrechloric aciil, by mear, of which they arc eornplctclr diwolid, incladin thclnes, .irtl enncrted into a uniform r.uli. which in SiKlru, awl can lie -etit lor any leogiii .f time, to beariJied when needed towards Jcrtililins the ewll. rimjhn.au. i .Many of the prairie (-ras-cii arc aluahle while in tlicirpra-ins and summer jrrowtli. Then arc nune whatever on which, early in ' ibc rnato, t.U-k thrive es rapidly a on aome j .f tbeee. Wc le known instances, in which -ittle, actually ou the lilt," from their Mretebexl winter fare, turned u...

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. — 2 October 1868

3flisrrllam. V ,achclor Soliloquy Rights. on Woman's i , w'.ist i this fa's all about. Throughout the whole country ! (ahem), there rijtbts to he had, they re by our own side, I or wo arc not equal with them. Ix-t them talk of a voice at the polls ; .lrcaJy they've absolute sway, I , r .lo not three fourths of all married men, to juft as the dear creatures say ! ,, , I cannot wait for the time When woman her true rights shall see, u r -), shall le ou the same footing with us, , i in t a grade better than ire. wi rn I get into the cars, ! t . t like a king on his throne ; , comes in and theseatsareallfiUM! ,hi ma'am, my seat is my own. u:i-rooin, too, will bebletst, ' . ne my place will demand, eu hae a right to recline at my eae, i -be'll have as good right to stc j. ill chance to be out in a crowd u hen the rain pod sends one of hisshowsrs, v tin n my umbrella can shield my own li.ad, i , r-w. uldnot bebetterthan ours. M n I p to a ci ncert or dance, .it wnateverel"eit maybe, - , 1...

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. — 2 October 1868

c Jtm 13 r ess. ia ilUS5T"X. FRIDAY OCTOBER 2. O. J. BENEDICT. Lnrrcr- for Pre-Ident. I.r Vie rrr-ident, .t ii t; vi. k n at i. fax , ar aauvt. Vermont Len-lalore. The Legiitare aseets an the Sti of October w-k fro next Tlwraday. The member an f .ug their good cktbee ready, and preparinjt f - ibxsr ri weeks una. ijt from their bnmob . now wfae have ftoee ia the gift of tbe Lepsls :BulMkJStcr, or lepakJi pc-inw to carry. mitw fir h in: aad the people of Xi meet an, or ought to be, preparing to give a :ttl mk than diary anenticn to the afi un ef tanrowa ewmouwtrift. and to watch ti v tbeir uptfeutiliTeg do tbeir duty. Ihe Haw will doabtieat organise promptly. ! t yrr years esaee tkcre wm a protracted itest wt the up fcn hhiji, and there aie fit us ofaBedrsjcnr. Bis experience, and weL i. nafaaw aaiaw iiTHii In i presiding anker tb !. tnmed th W Grairdr. tof getxrai legis-atioxi, s- b are to be mked fen - i area Hum ham. South to Pot - i r'w to torn a cxatnection for the 1 fc- 1, asd a...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 October 1868

. .1 ..,...,1 tie- ic meent t i inierruiuiuu w-1 'v " i'h.-iui .. , ii in yi. n it ca' taken up was that of John liructtr - Hanie! "'J 1"n"s " 1111 a"'00 cf j . fr mo assault ana rcmcrr committed on untifl "n " -ln T 0l" une l"."1 ' ,t. unci comes to this Court by appeal from ' t io r Ii., i nter s Court, ty the defendant. I' i tart, L. L, Lawrence and A. Watson l HpHlHnt. H. Ballard for appellee. Be .. phmtiFs evidence was closed the Court A ..d t 1 '' ''clock next morning. SlTTHDiT, Sept 26. . 0 , ning of the Court this morning, the , i. called over and 136 cases marked i! set down for a hearing by the were discon- nineteen cuea hew lrKm vs. 31. and F. E. Day, Town of ,,,.1 vs. H. GBlet; Junes Caine vs. I ""iwWUap'c. vs. Town of Woodbury apt; IUw V 1V1 and wife ap'ts vs. T. Holland. I s Co' ts- C- F- Storrs & Co-5 c- La .wnwood vs. W. I'oreaa, ap't; E. S. I lar"1 Mlt A- Wland, ap. vs. ap'ts vs. M. & 1. Iltrnee; J. Oil- J' E Bnnimaki, "Pt-i P- oitn, ap'e., vs. I', v. L Brow...

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. — 2 October 1868

Agricultural. Dr. V.aelcker, ti.c di-tn,rui-.;riil lienuan agriejltur,tl erjetiiVt , rraiirksthnt ' the most i.Tji,;i.m i. ut fflci!'ai.hiii: the inniiiiretn u ficoi t 1111 tin milium f t . Itnxe it ..n" t!.c Mirfn.i' to be -ll !-? B iet. lenti-it ..n the Hirfa.i-tube I 'mil kept t.n.. imlm.. .ill, n. i v hour it lie in the heap. Ai-rut Vinb:a.- fh- r-BBoriur ewllem-e ..fineSrB-fr.u apples in well kniwn. I .r. Ce. bR stated .at the last nieetincof the Amemain I'limiilnsiei Sx-ietj. liieetingoftfceAnieBeanlWansKa S.-iety. l mt tie MPT LUC luiprneei inm fr laarket, and that fiiHo liUKiml! lie thus makes two thouHPnd gallons i ' ii par. Mr. Netam of Fiirt Wayne, sai,i i -Pine aeetrog, that, After eonsidcrable i -iiee, be finds that gathering tlie in "!t -t (.nit as &t as it falls, for making :i-j--:r. liiniinMhcs the lavages f Uie apple vt rm -mi-nuaUj. TotheiKqoiry whether iimc ir salt v "!'l ; conpUsh the towenhis of hard ground, the ( oimtry Gatfkman replies tliat lime u-uallj a...

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. — 9 October 1868

Coun Cert Med Pisrcllann. l p Ibc Hill a Hcrryinp. t n a sunny bummer morning, Karly as the dew was dry, l"p the hill I went a benying Need I tell you tell jou why? Farmer llooten had a daughter; And it happened that I knew. On Mich summer mornings, Jenny Up the hill went lurrying too. Lonely work is picking berries; So I joined her on the hill : J can dear, said I, "your basket's uite too large for one to fill;" S i we started we two to fill it, Jenny talking 1 was still ! ci ling where tbe way was steepcet, 1' iking berries up the hilL li, - - up-hill work," mkl Jenny; .. - life," said I; "shall we" , 1 it each alone, or, Jenny, h 1 ou couie and climb with me ? c i let than tbe blushing berries t. nny's cheeks a moment grew, hi,i without delay she answered, I will come and climb with you." tin: s(jriui:' Ti:.Mii:n--TiEAi IN SEVEN CHAPTERS. I. I t i .i tit wnsa Welshman no (me whohos . r nude an attempt to spell the locality in w ., i he h.td Ven (xrn and bred would ven- t . But we...

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. — 9 October 1868

lie Sm mH- BUitLLNGTOX. FRIDAY OCTOBER 9. 0. DUSLliICT. Eiitok. thi: daily ritKi: i'Ki-. .Morning and Krcnins Editions. TU rait I'm. iU LereaTMr riMbi everr n.rn.. u.i -rv .vcnins. f.TttSV?1 Iba Faer. Par. AsSi.rlaTK at o. fi LuUeES W B TbZvS'y &liti. will r.luin th. ,''';; ,j Vli guWK ,r mtfn-t in Vermont and the .,..: il,Tmp.u.tertii,iirnm! f UM1UU eL muneial. i t-rarj ixl rihimnM orlto. J lorn.sl. it xcrlhm wnh tnjlre bnon U" paper. sad -ill f foua 1 to lm THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DAILY vaS-.-Swl la Vermont or North-listen! New York, hucc- Etit Dollars lr ar.nuni. lo advance.' Tin: wki'ki.y riu:n;i'itix. -1 ... i prui.,.n,B?.i a laree iSirtr a.An folio ilioel. siring very exeat f""1 uri ranetv of rnuiin; nullu full iwrnnai "j;; iMOt reporU of the cWwi-tsr and Brurhtna Cattle M .Hceta and Vermont Itairy Markets a f slaad Asrtoaltaral Kepiruocct, and otlii-r attrara- ''Toermonten at tbe Wert it wtli be foBod of ' es- i-i ! h. fliiiiiMa r it home news. THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST WEEK...

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. — 9 October 1868

THE BURLINGTON, YT, FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18G8. 1 avlv on the conclusion of the aJJress niiiim were made for the hurdle race. ,,.,,. r i.: i. i .Mle. o 1-2 feet high were extended across ,, at it extreme cast and west points, o was ..pen to all horses; S100 to the , . .. . . . and son to the second. It was to be i h-linf two miles, passing four times , the half mile track and therefore over -t hurdle- Two horses were entered for the i 1pt A. VT. Money's b g. " Itwrfoot," bin:-lf, and F. G. Des rtiveres' ch. p. , j.v her," ridden by Charles J. Atloway. -n r. lors were dressed in full jockey x- T i. tirst wore a mauie jacket, whitehoop TV Utter a black jacket, white boop V . vious to makiLg the start ' Ileer al . .ft somewhat restive, and in lamp it Lile preparing for the race, hi it and knocked it over. Whin i lu had a lead of two lengths, but as t i firM hurdle he shied off into the . iKinc; a complete bolt, but cleared it i jtic.upt. Meanwhile " Botnbardier'' i -I nun...

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. — 9 October 1868

tbe VMS!. If, Agricultural. I'nll Trentmrul of .Mendovv. At a latempctintrof Uieltutlaml Fnniicr'a Clul) tlic Fulncct for JirtniN-ion mh "Tl"5 Autu . ml Treatment of JlBuiowc.-' which waul scufn-J undcrtlif fourfollowins heads: j j ( ) Sh uld meadows l fed in the fall: and if , so, t, what extent? 1 Are bow mushed and in operation. Although this Vti at treatment uuht tlK-rto receive in r0d u built with Bnt rapidity, the work U order to make them lwar heavier gra? exnrhly done, ud is pronounced by the United states Wl a t top drcesin" is 1 t ? Cmaailasloncra to lie n t-clw in every respect he Wtat was the beet method to renovate .re it is accepted, ano l(ore any bonds MB he bwwed worn wt rnmdowB? ' upon It. Itwnoarpned hj one member that from rupidity and excellence of construction bare hem hisean rierience and olwrvation. if there oeami b a complete dii mon of labor, and by die- large aftermath allowed to i-tand during tubutim; Uie twenty thound men employed along the winter, the cr...

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. — 16 October 1868

ckd SHsrrHann. From the Christian TtT3arj. One step 3Irc. w hit though before nic it h dark. Too dar!; for on to see ? 1 ak hut light for one step ntere; Tt Muite enough for nte, Itch little hutnblc step I take. The gloom clears from the next; Si, though 'tis very dark beyond, I never am perplexed. ii1 if stmetinH0 the mist Jtangs clo-e; ? cloe, I tmr to stray, IV cnt I wait a little while, lad soon it clears away. I aid not see my farther path, V t mercy Tls It an ; jv vreent teps might bard-er be. , 1 1 the future know. -i le tliat my path u rough, iVrny and hard and steep; , ! knowing this my atnogfL night fail, 1 r .ugh tear and terror deep. 't ! nj tie that it winds along V -.mouth and flowery way; Hut, seeing this, I might dttpiwe The journey of to-day. IVrinn my path is very short. My journey nearly done ; nd'l might tremble at the thought Of end.ng it so soon. r, if I aw a weary length if road that I must wend, lasting, I'd think, "My feeble powers Will fiil me ere the end."...

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 October 1868

'CSS. ,.i;.:IJX( iOX. IRIl'Ai OCTOBER 1... ;. J. bexedht. eiutur. ti:: daily rn:B i'kks. .Tutuiuc and Hsr-iiar: l.dilious. 1 Wtxrs -ni. bert-aius- .- ptbhrfHlcr.T 'r. ax ad ens- rmiu;. Muxlaya enys'sawai, by t No. i. ons SI, . fistim, it. 'Itelhlh laiuao.--Ill .ul-.n the fi.ll Mjnc 1 . xifJu . u, ..m r, i fall and late cratic part; iwTe Been the finger ot utc ri :l nittersof interert in Wrmunt aad tlie . ,v,ti. f Grant an.1 Cal&I. , lS,.- .i' Valtel . tll the Mm t,ick aai otoer t n K-.I Xi'rt . mm fratb intelligence aod e.sei-a. .T ill tuiuurtant mitfi uwITUf in the ootili- os , ..tiaac-ai, literary aad rispwM worlds. It wiU lurnirfh tu eutissrihers with twelve hours latertiews Ion, tky Mn obtain from tiir New York and Boer, d psrr; "aed w HI be faun-l t-i tn TH K BUST AMI CHEAPEST DAILY piih .lied In Vermont or North-Eastern New York. Pkite Bs-at IloUars par aaimni, in advance. run vi:i:ki,v rin:i:.ritnss luil.'waied every Friaayinoroinx. on a lar-re tAirlj. i - rMmuM folio sts...

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 October 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1G, 1808. rartck'f, where a fitter lived, and staid ij-ht He save he staid in Vergennes Fri- t cht It Ine ana ot tie proseenuen 10 , ! n- he irae ami what he did tin Saturday .,.siic of thrilling interest occurred en Tue . when Constable Stewart wa on his ,1., jtil at Burlington uitli his prisoner ;.. niile. from IlbeVburgb village he met , , u-aring the body of Mr. KoU to . o m l the funeral cortege of nearly a ( L., nages. The supposed murdenr was Mi 1 i-.je in front. Sir. Stewart in another , , h ferriage containing a second pT- tm ned out to one side of tlie road, the whole procession pasted, , fitting upright in an open car- 1L i 1 manacled, and resting on hie . ked boldly and without a sign of ,,-cupants of each carriaiEeas they mv. thouirh not alL reeamiamr ,11 - ' . , .. r , ndicten prioner. ineroanon ivtucii i i iu.i the zkM commonly tratelled I liurlmglon. Pmhablr Jlr. Stewart a natural desire to pan with hia " tit" ...

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 October 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 16, 1868. rjcu..urnl. ..r Tmv l.kn-, uhi baxerrni success in ; -wMS -., mj It is t e attrilutod to t!ic ;flr!.i .fruit ' a top Jrer-inj; f.. tli- S'il vie bcdr- The rs.lt kill- rose nii-ii t 'if 'it-. t.ind. rind ah-i imp'-oie. the h'-ilt'i and A Is-will l)(IMlo. ratm Jwif urre t I III I - I ' fla lusn." V wi sOolul llilll-elt, aH J. Jime CMn.idcred a ' . i tj".A man wlmdoes r , rvp.risa. Many a .. 1 ,tw r. rstrl .eed-tiinr f l vol n" ri,;lil " MISS SAWYER'S S A. 1 V 1. I 1 ERE you l.iTe a ajlve rombmio; rooUilnsaw. I I daillnnrnnortiM ullll Dd dlllriJUS iniTrcdi- m. -A remedy at hand lor the Jm and aches, wonndssbruim to which Oesh Is In. I more .apili applied than many other remedies, nerer pre .ac.ui anedeSVict,hutalwBs relievlns pain bow ever severe. It is prepared by Miss ft-irrK, U (Gent's niisliiiiB (Socds, &c. SHERMAN & PHELPS. I .iierciia.vt taieors, girt (Soods. Drags & Chrmicals. Xiardirarr. nsuranrt. O...

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 October 1868

. s.ipri 3?lisrrIInnn. Lovc's Queen. i. .ovcs t well whow love is hold; 1 WIU not hive thoc come too nigh; --c ?nr" CfW would not teem pure gold T.) take lum thence, and chain him near, won I nine Iiis beauty disappear. , , fat. his state; do thou keep thine shine uin me from afar; I tiafk in light divine , lt jji1!- irom 10 e fl own priming star. . ?h til thy eminence 1 high, , ,J o my pasrion thall not die. j - life thall reach iU lands ln" Umcing toward thy face, x- nc bo Jpoochleps frtand r tare it fc,:me rerfect grace. v v0 r j hope, my all shall be 1 .' i'tiux and loot to thee. . . ,J be the Leavealy lights, 11 ' Jj ill 1 the Summer breeze, 1 . ity-, on moonlit night, - i .r.ng top- of lofty trees. s r ii touch thy lrauteous form i - red ro9e, rich and warm. i -elf shall come not down , t'nt pure region tar above; throne and wear thy crown ii .t my heart and queen of love ! i march in thy realm complete, i I a monarch at thy feet. From London Onee a Weel. v imiuttcai. JOKK. I!...

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. — 23 October 1868

..-i . in i jiiij ,naawi""-". v- --" lili, IS. SeM.lfliT. tnwoc. T5IK IHil.V I'llKn'lll' .-aorniii? and Ktrnin:: rditions. -l--irn." :,Le-r.-mMWerejy n. tic nJ eterv rvenilii. tniar "?Ty . v,.,J.i' ' - .VMjnN. '1 I it. . a,. . . .ii i Lake CI. Morn.! ,1 . ,1 .v.nta.n IheW.' rrjprie r J.wi'i rr.- loU aad lau ,1. r-. l luiertt in Vwiauot Kl t-'-.-i . a ..i . tli late. 1- t. 1 fr.-.!. IfUl'.J " -. rt.. t : ii- '-varr i l ti ti v it' li.ranami rci'stou- w..rll. It aill .cr.'... wri. twelve h.ur- 1st.-: '.v u i. from the New ork i... It t c 1 . r f aa t' lie sua- i II- Ihao the THE BEST ASP I'UparEtT !VILV roSU.!-1 .u Vermont or N,.ru-Eas-- m v w T. rV. rirr.-K 'ht I.Uarv w annum n "-' I Tin: n-nnKi.v ntEr.inr.i foL sl.ect S'VinS r) i:r.-at am jot tn i . .rvftf cl riTC matter, lui I J . nt r. . f.i. reports of the CamlWw aO;! .".rkeVi ! rrmoot Ilairy Mart; itiu.-.A.r -...uiral IVspartmrBt. J "tier aUe- vl.l"' " ... ... .. , i r.nd cl T.. yeTm..i.i'r. ' -'.v-" - . ,,,, Mdal va ur. . lailC...

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 October 1868

THE l.EGISL.ATCKt: OP VERMONT. WEDEDiT. Oct. 1 1. 5EXATE. pvjlr IIu!chinori, of Franklin, authoriinif: vwri- in Kraukln. Limoille, and Orleans coun 'ur., i I'la the oonslruction of the UnHSquni rfc 'r il: canroit.ee on nilnwls. Mr Goodell, to amend an Act M iuewpor !f the M 'unt JIantfieU Turnpike Co., (aatlini '. directors iiisteavl of fie): coiu , , .jrbwav. aiitl bridges. ',1,111 ti of Mr. Hard the vote conrurrin; in 11!lt , ution from tbe House, providing for , nlilj for tbe election of certain State n.( reconsidered , and w hi" motion tbe i via ordered to lie taken up and striking out .Vedne-day of next -rtingon Thursiay, tlie l-rtb in-v'-' '. . pat ten o'clock in the foicnoon : t ,,ition. Br Mr. Heodee, that tbe! - meet in joint aaeerablv .n Tucsdaj, 1 i,-;mt, at three o'doci in the aft- r ,. ,'t Juups of tbe Supreme Court snl -I. r oflfcv ion : adopted. , H'irSE. ; ;, ,i ut d and Ilgrrrtd.iif Mr. ,,. .(' Worce-ter, to repeal the act of 18.57 , i pauper- from herotoing chargea...

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 October 1868

Snriculforal Yriinoiil a n Wheat Protlnrintf Mate. KIwiinl- Toil in Wlieat C'ulturii-t," a iuit aliinl.lp 1k!c til" iiractical instruction, irtliy the iierueal f ewry tiller of tin- will, ' As a general rule, where other fira'" nnil ehceii sucford tatL-factorUv, &ir cror of wheat can lie raised, if the toil V enriched with the manure of Gittenin-: Kheep, net -attlc, or fattenire wiue Wheat can I raifcd on the drifting niim!-. of New Jersey, in liountiful crop, if tl Mil he prepared projierlr for the Feed.'' The virgin noil of Vermont did not need the manure of fattening sheep or twine to make it produce the uiuet abandant rnpk if wheat; but Vermont farming baa been in all iime. most cinautting, toe rule nasi.- t. gi ac larrreeroi as na-idhle. renrardh - ni all KiucipJe- of rotation, and return little .r ., ., , ,,,thmg to then!. Oorfrthars. a a rule. were poor arm nnoer tne necerwiry . i mating die mvt of tbeir canty means, and their MD-liaicasacoowquenee, look. d uton the 1 lij...

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