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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 November 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1868. .The Jlciirs LOCAL. , r. five hundred and seventy-fire lianas ui vc-l in the Winoosti Woolen Mil!. r lUvrmx I.vsmcnox. Tlie forty third .,. of New Hampton Institution at Fairfax lhnftj condition. The number of thco ,iu li nts is fiie, those in the literary de . -5 J1S, and the aggregate attendance fur , is len 32G , 10 Commis-ioner VVellV report to o little State of Vermont retails (.orders six millions ive. en hundred usanJ and friity-fire dollar- worth Mial'y - Hitter Market. The trannje i -i.iy in butter were not very heavy. prn-e nere, for good butter, from .nt per pound. Several extra lots , Id for 4-j cent-. The amount ship- i Meen 40 and "i0 tubs. m- Tlie f-lluwing Patent have been ;n Vennunt applicant for the week end- 17h, Cephas A pplebee of Lyn- t , inwment in safety apparatus for i p Dunbar of NorwalU, Ohio, and hii.banf HartUnd, Vt, for improTe--toiii valve. . ; -.aie rfrnn School at Waterbury has rwnri two...

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. — 27 November 1868

.r it u&s for liim to inquire intii, reflect 41jm awl itmh,i about Fu'tjpcts anil mttei J im-ulm .ulilii- and jicrnai mterea-t. mid i enliglitru iDfn touching their duly in rr-pt thereto ; ar d cot sertlj to adopt a yiii rana 1en! raeaftirr". Irura ccr."!ucT. u ..".', and with reference to, recuring par .v r jM-iMiiial sacc, by cali-tinj pipular cntlm-ia-tii, or uniatellirnt pufnilar j"i;c i.iiit in tlieir favor. IIi inSuence was not t.,t .4" the lea lot, r the rty leader, or the ninular favorite ; it wurt'it exerted throd;;!i 11 iitf management, or by ree-srun" to cipe il'ientf, it wan not the rc?ult of perianal favor t .vvanln lumseif, lic-cttm;; a dispoMtum on t'.u art of others o gratify hi irifhe : but u tWexl from the broad'proctical pod sense and wundncei of hid ie, the amplitude and clearneo-' with which lie developed thera the strength of reawjning and the earnest faithfulness with which lie maintained tbem, hh normal integrity, bis conscientious up rightness, bia unfai...

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 December 1868

detect IJliswHana. The hcin. - i e 1 H1 yur fcle'D mS Kitty, Vrey hands, and wind ami wind, , ih while, with little pity. Tingling, Uncling, heart and mind j k , t c v rt upon the wool ! t ii me, my beautiful ! w v ou drop yonr eyes completely, binding, winding, dreamily i v, iflore, wherefore, smile bo sweetly i i-i a thing that cannot see? 11 list smile, smile this way ! , w 1 ,ir it a I may ! , t msebuii finders flitting. ;.h ift about the colored ball ! , i heart beats time while fitting ; - I try to bev it all ; i yi.u know or care, .".rt you're winding there ? ,'n in a vision ; ie world to m&t doth die, .p air tlysian, - f i'ty fingers fly ; i it they" flit too near, itt,a and kiss them, dear ! ,- p ut not, frown not, Kitty, 1 -i ugh 1 gladly bear the pain ; ur an?er is eo pretty, mt mak me sm again, t tiHcll 1 Ni'W win(i n(i winJ. . j'iu furthu heart and mind. s v t- d..ne ' the latt thread lingers ,J ir n me, slow to jiart ; iiii'a s-er that in my fingers I -i .i iiuMmc ...

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 December 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER -L, 1868. cjm J) r ess. CDKLLVGTOX. HUIUY DECI311SER 4. G. "J. BENEDICT. Emtob, thi; daily r it 1:1: inis. .Horning and Kicuing i dition-. Tbe Free Puess will liert ulte r l publiebed every morning and rrery eren.D.;, Sundays excepted, by th Fkek pHts Association, at No. fi College fct, BorllnzloQ, Vt. The laily Edition wfli contain thtfuUtrUfrajkie Jfttti RtpttrtM mt thr Jttonattd Prttu , full and late news of mil uialurs r intreut Id Vermont and the Lake Cliamjriain Valler , tbe latent Mock an 1 other Market Ujort, aod fresh inUllisence and Jkcus sioni of all Important event occurring in tbe politi cal, Cnandal, literary and religion worlds. It will ramifh It eubcritierB witii twelve hourx Uter Dews than they can obtain from the .New York and Uoetun paptri 1 anil will be foun 1 to be THE BEST AI CHEAPEST DAILY aaUUhed In Vermont or North-EafUrn New York. Price EIp,ht Dollar per annum, in ad ranee. TII12 WKKKLY niCK PHHSS pu...

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 December 1868

I THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DIE O EMBER 4, 1868. From Robert Roberts, specimen of Sea Gull. Tro-a Burlington Mining Co., by Edward " Tev Esq-, suites of Gold and Silver ores from the Central City and Georgetown lfetrict, Coloiado. From Vt. Samuel W. Tuajer, native Cxl" from Huntington, Vt. i!thr contributions were announced as on the u ard due, of which acknowledgments will , Made from time to time as tbey are recriTcd. I ' i earnestly hoped that friends of the Uni , - i will bear in mind its needs in this res j. -, ami will co-operate with the faculty in in ,, ng the different collections. It is especially V to complete at a early a day a possible wtion of ores and furnace products; and i it es able to furnish partial or complete the above will materially aid in the - fT practically illustrating the instruction . important branch of study. Mn? Potteh Baiud. At the late term of hancery Court, after hearing II. Dalian, r. , of counsel for the respondent, and Ho...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 4 December 1868

Ssrirulturnl. By car Aarlcaltoral Klitor A rehire 'utle. Atriiiro i. in the uthwetem jart of Nsothii I, nod mun.f awing the eai-tern craft I riUi .if ("IvoVe mid the North Chan- ,ZS , .'. ,7 J, r : V're... ." " ' ,uu r T .a1" ZTlZ diKV. Ktilili'tilnteij t rciMleri Tif '"" m l"' ' 'r ,,,C ,:"tcninS "f C"MS t" VtjrV?'- 'V1' '.'T'f thJ!.1 " -a,ry ,T : u ' tlnmsfc not wer rnanwng a Crrt. has re- I ji i. foouciion oi a i.ree.! oi came i hu icwae to be recojiinzed among m- telltj;ent dairj- men. quite Ec nc-rally, as ooeof ",raa,r7 urwv. TiJ" r l' u "".!" T "ic "J''5 Ureed of Oowb" thnHMu;i4 ih Avrehire Breed of Oows " thus doscriU-s the Ayrshire cattle : " Tbe shapes must appnu I "f are trot naall, bat ratber Ion,; an.l rarruw at the UDKie ; tbe rye mall, ! it Mnart and liiely ; the horns Mnall, clear, tr- ked, and their root at coDfidenb e dii-tance Irum each ntber ; aeri long and slender, tapering to ward the head, with no l.tuec skin below ; shnUcrs thin : iorr quarters licbt : Ainrf ...

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 December 1868

Mtti Trtiscfllatm. Our Childhood. 'Tis sad, ye t sr. cct, to !Lteu To the soft wind's gentle swell. And think we hear the music Our childhood knw so well i To ge 0Qt on the eTe, And the boundless fields of sir. 1 And feel again our boyhood's wish 'Jo roam like angels there. here'li"e many dreams of gladness ThJ-h;l'ng around the past, ad fro t, the tomb of feeling ")ld thoughts come thronging fast ; The forms we loved so dearly In the happy days now gone. The beautiful and lovely, So fair to look upon. Those bright and gentle maiden", Who teemed so formed bliss, ' o glorious and too heavenly For ueh a world as this hive dark, Mitt eyes simed swinuning In a ea of liquid light, ud vh.e locks of gokl were streaming O'er brows so "unny bright. Whose smiles were like the sunshine In the spring time of the year Like the changeful gleams of April, They followed every tear. Thcv have pissed like hopes away. An 1 thnir loieluwea has fled ; h ' many a heart is mourning Th it thry are with the...

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 December 1868

Svhr grrss. L'nEIIXCTO.V. FRIDAY DECEMBER 11 G. ;. BEXEWCT. Eaava. The Fallenon-Courtner Vhislej Tueaquarrel Iflim IStaektrr, FoMerttn. and President Msatsi, a tie eee rate, and United Sines Distriat AfOTTK-y Courtaej, of lie Tork. and fan oner Roluna, as the ither. itDI ra-es. TIh- details of thai aSair are am. and interesting Mow of the fol'.ow'.n; siai mens are eonieneU from a wt )u.. hiiuirv c the t-ansacuous puouaaod in tat 1k:oi- t-rri-tuer. Special Agent Belanap. tr thi lievenui IVpartnient firs: began pro-ecnt ns f.- malleas anoe aainrt sevcra. Jiew Tort revenu coltec tors. Mr 1 Uiierun.. or Judire riiiiertor " a he is called, us-- Belknap;, oouiwsi. Tm tr victim wa CUlector Smith of the Etxbtt. lis-tncl- He "nrrruciereti at djaoeahai, and the re port a tnat f-W"-n 3ma- Fsdserion oassprimised the mauerTrith am far the awn of Ther next tried their hand an Collector Bade; of the Faarth District But Bailev showed tght, n.i b a ae-eilasts fowad it advisable to abandon toe ease 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. — 11 December 1868

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DEOEMBER 11, 1868. VEI'MONT. jIiDISOy COUMX. In Vcrgenncs Sir. Vernal Spooncr has sold , residence to Mr. Jabex Kogcrs of Ferrisburg. ierrcently purchased of Mr. Henry Cram. Mr. . u..-lA--has made manv improvements on O II. Kile nas laaen possession iu . JmillrH r:,;v', the Island. Ti e Pecm-V hra or the County Court cum it at Bennington Center on , ..teuftl? Mount Anthony House is va- ylti.o.v). p.-cningtcn within the past celt, a young ftunchanan had Ins ricbt arm shock- -n bybein; caught in a mill gearing - ..mruru" .,: ",.'V M awnwo nngers u pumS ma- isideralily in-i .i ruBUJu""""- l a carnage ana i.ruiai j u .eu .-.t.r.n-. till tiey came to the " Albro where their buggy was overturned, and ' ' f their nninber, named Hurley, struck in- ( -Me liyfslline; -n a ne ; the other two, j ,,an a'uiralmer.were soon after arrested, I . 1 1 mi'iimi mdcate has recentlv bten euUgtened on the - te -ubiect of spiritualism by a Miss Emma J. . Mnr ...

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 December 1868

flritulfural. Caw. k stEus The farmer, ardner, ixxtict-ItLripi. r amateur eultueter, who votM pop-ne anv plant, tree, Tine or i-Iiruli. 4tc! fr-il- for iV.ck of pnrr care with ' Tlic jciintdict to jnojopate stocks for Ifuildiiijx. palling, c., kuo and plants the i oeedb and pi: it whatever variety he w.a!ieh to project Inaii or to iiuprme. Now these seeds or jiifcuften fail to prow, for the want if ljpir pttj -erij cure, fur during the inter vening tune tf rijetiing atl j lantinjr. If e oWncUuw natnre j4antsand carce for tlwc rati v and take lefMiu; fntin her, wc may lie rewarded lij Micro. Pits of peaches, cherries and plumb are enclosed in nard fhll r tuy etnotujae-,. and, although the cmhrv' in large and tiow, often lail if alloufd t 1 01 after leinp removed lroni tbo pulj wi.ich mi it. tends them. Nature, in Crowing them. neter allows them to dry. Jiaej!errie, ctr wherrie', Matt bt-rriets Ac., are enclw-el in a cai-c. which, in proportion to the embryo, is fcarcely e& formid...

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 December 1868

Stjtd $.isrrllann. A Griman Trut Song. 'nt as Goi leads me I would so T would nt ask to ebooso mj way . - iteat with what lie will bestow, ured He will not kt me stray S-i as He lead, my path I make. Vnd step by step I gladly take, V child is Him confiding. i.:-t n- God leads I am content ; Ipido calmly in His bands ; -i -t whi'di He has decreed and sent , nt -which His trill for rae command a, I wmld that He should all fulfil. Tint I should do His graciom will Tu 'lnt or in dying. - i- (i leads, I all resiles ; 1 inc to my Father's will ; i reioo rays deceptive slfinc, m.-il would I yet fulfil ; wb.eh His love ordaiiml aright, .c He brought me to the light, u.y a'l to Him resigning. 4- jrd leads ioc, I abide i , ,Jt :n hope, in suffering true ; mt'tIi it eer by my side i , . u'lt :.it hold on faun undo ! ,o i'-m in patience knowing 1 m. I fc is still bestowing 1 n l-indness sending. ' ', , i uward go, t;f n - b iers seen ; rif!" jruidance show f i ii -hall be wen t y i 1 ning Fathe...

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 December 1868

ill! vU.Wrti.N. HUDAY UKCrjIBEl-. is. 0. ". BEXIIDICT. Ediiob. To Our Subscriber. Tin: AKVA.vrn mvtiiji. ra.i sdipMd by the Sutton and PuMiaken of Vex- ! ni.'iil at tbtr UH meetta. we auall, fraaa sad alter the Sistof JiHur next, adopt the Qrataia of n ..uinug prepayment f uoripti'Kui to the Fner 1'rk-s. None, subscribers wilt be received after tint (tat, except for payment in advance, and tbe lispie will be vllMVft tinned when the tune for which the) are Jiald expires. 1ar present sabeerlbere will ls expected t oommeoee with the new )ear to pay n in advene: and snehof them as are indebted to us n their prevent suheervpttoiis will aid usnute r .11,' if they will settle for the past, and pvy us r. -t the rominr year. Tbe system U the one now ai- m ( unlvereally adopted by thrivinf; papers, and is f .una to he, tn praetiee, mart satisfactory to all ogn- rarned. For most of our eabtcrlbens who now pay rogular'.y ia advance, it will involve nochange,aad tu U others, w bo propose to pay ...

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 December 1868

Reported for the FkEE Press. ."Ictrorologlcal Ilecoul. i.t 11 r Loll73.10; Elevation above tide. ,1" r .: feet . above Lite Cfaamplain !"" feet Iei EH11ER SESOSD WEEK I "n. TtlfRMOMETEIl BAROM 51!i! j- r.u. ' n7(uiean)7 u.!r K.r.K .V JO 2S.7S N'W ' N 10 II. II I ffljt Mf SW ' ' 5 11 la " .a NW MV I SVT 1 1 9 ' .14 SW h , NW 3 a so mvv sw 'mv 6 ij " .71 M( SK 10 e -M ".65 sk s s io t jirterature of the week, l.lt. 'thermometer, 27 toT-- arometer. 39.43$ inches. srometer, '2J.W taeh. to 29.1? iucbes. BiTTrjt Market Dec 15. The j a inter batter in this market to-day waa . H.i,t. and for fall lata 40 to 48. The I .jtit in were not large but numerous. mrnt wa 713 tubs". Mnungtr. f R. ire glad to announce lie election ol Mr. V. V mcalm, a Alderman m the fcouth n ard. ? 'i .lo numlier of vote, cst wa 226. Vanickliu. 121 malier. Vansicklin"s majority. 16 Male out, you know," wefceard one of oar . fv-hn uable oun; ladiea sar, m reply to a qaes- u that rt.iuired an affirmative answer. We ' p ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 December 1868

VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DEOEMBER 18, 1868. JWjriniMurnl. Ilyor Agriealtaral tthtor. ..'lent Snle or.yr"nlrr. XIr. .Mi-er s. Ketiojrr f CliiooT. Maw , i.i l "uc-j. ., ark. sp. Kg licM tn llwndmtr the .M I'lst . his entire herd i r.u ., . 1 t i . , . ' nl th.jnkih lire-l Ayr-Lins. i.inM-tinj; l JO animal.. Tl... ,1 ... I a-w-a -a-id ' animals 1 lie .lav Mas ,l,ir!.ut .cry Canu, imcrtln-lr w th,- .ir.tcn.lmiv of intelligent and i rntliueiaetii ailunrert. of tl.is. the " Oorninc"' ? , '. ..,-1 ..r .. .. :.. t . !1 the No Hrgljivl St--.tr awl Xrw York inii IVtin-! ."i Tie c-itlV ha "i Ipeen V'Mr'J.t int.i tlie jjirk a day or tin VI it, hut wen nut .ji.jte nr raw, an' d. i no. ett vr drink quite veil. tu eomjienfrite fir wind, an attetniit Tva made to fill tl.ciu ti with pumpkins, which, tauvetber wit'i the piercing iind )uilc chilled them through, nm! almt d ulled thcra up. It would he I rT.!ly pn" . . , .. tr. i , c , , i!c to bit upon a more efiectual ) Inn . f mat- i a atoric...

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. — 25 December 1868

J5r.Ic.cl misrrllanii. The Drins rhritiau. !, fainting life nearly gone ; frame is chilled with dying cold ; jjnt.esus.Thou, my better life. Canst neither Mckcn nor be old. 1 hy tremblest thou, my parting ecul I To mansions of eternal rest That angel -waits to guide thy way. And bless thee there among the blest (jutt then, O quit this wretched house, 'or at its ruin once repine : G l tort shall build it up again. And bid it with new lustre shine. 1, .t art thou all-defiled with sin? i,r not, mv sou, thou lic'r shalt fall ; ,;, , ,r His fiuthful word, and know "i .. Mood of Christ can cleanse them all. , lath a thouvunil terrors show? u , ,. : but what is death to thee! . a hand the promised life, ike its giver, sure and free. sn. o'er Satan, Sin and Death, uJer, in triunph, siU on high : , ippj oul, with eger wings ; t" Jius swiftly fly! Tin: cAKrn.vriMt. A UR1-TMAS STORY. 1. Itwa-thc Winter uf ihe year when tbe htuho nf -Grant and bee -were locked in the death- 'nipple iur Richmond...

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 December 1868

UUtUJNGTON. FPJDAY DECEMBEK 25. G. j. REXEDICT. Emroiu To Onr Subscriber. tiii; aijvanci: M'STI.tl. In aecoraance with our Mariettas cf what if test f,,r both nu'.ncribrs mxi puMisbers, and with the rale adopted by th Kdltars ud rabUaher of Vcv utit kt their lit meeting, we nail, from and iiftw tho But of Jaoniry ntit, aoopt tb syttatc of re- a.rinj Jinyprnjinttt of awcrij4ii'M to the Frbk I'rbp. No nw cuUerihrri will he reoe.T4 after t!ut t, eiept frpy meat in advance, and the i.I-8 will he dtaonUcoed wiVn the time for which tli' y are paid expire. Our present subscribers will expected to eiamece with the oew j ear to pay us n a-'-ranee, ; and t ndi of them a- a-e indebted t c- .n their present aat .-n, v.'-m vnl.aidG- u . ally if they will ttk f-T the part, and pa., us f rtho comta jear. Tin - tcm Nthe one bo uuiveraally adopted In thriving papera, and 1 f und to be, to practice, rmt satirfketory to all coo-frnt-d Formortof imr Fubtribera, who now pay r--;ulrU in a4 ranee, it will...

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 December 1868

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1868. ? iriniiVT ' i appisos ooorr. ; The aqueduct1 Vergennes, is in running j ,1,'r viler l-eingw in UnsireeV fur the first fl ' I T ,e Water L'Jy has been raised and fonad to f , ,uwi suguuj. Jne .rw 111. Alex. SimpM.nhMMU his firm to MeLcllan . i ..tared, .j you,,. - , U lie ubiety, of Bristol, is making ar- , , , ,n - P concert and feethal on J ughtend a cow hce " ,; I.,e. at the Methodist Church. ! 1ulr,w l1 1'" h- , wr- W. Grandej has accepted an in- ; .lBJ?r.C. I- Stewp. has commenced nin :,u d.l.u-r an addreas lton the Ver- j ng h new dajtoord milL the errningof Forefethors day I). It. Fox has mid his farm to Edward Bick ' K treat worthy of the occasion may frd of Troy for SI. 000. i ' 1 i -, who was arretted the same day , , ! battery on the " partner of hi? , , n examination, Ivond over for . . ' -e term of the County Court. T'Utly been running riot in Mid- '' a specially conspicuous in a . Vtwcen tome quarry me...

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 December 1868

VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2 5, 18 G8. THE BURLINGTON, I fti: i Sgrirullural. GrowinK oil : The good year 18CS. In a litllo time it will have passed aaaj : Tbc rear begins to tremble ami decay, Lile an old man who leans upon a etafii And in the graveyard reads the epitaph Mr. ricrson. of Onuarga, 111., tliinb) a two inch tile ulll carrvall the water that will rd it imv into it for rizhtr rodi after nfu l.i.nff.r.rin'. lm We tvwmxI awaT tl at ilietanrc a larger tile will Le crcJcd. ' Yea, soothed and flittered in full many ways, Tt.IItin u .1 . - u... .....nt ' Though aU the fields be bare and woodlands sere, The Utica HrraU mj. that at a htei.i.t- hf ,Jen his b bT hs, aj: f tU Herkimer Co. Farmers Club Mr. ! his jmr, skinner, w In bag lane airieoce, eaid the , , . . i,, ,..: .m-at his days. timber is frozen. And waits his coming end without a fear. The average price ol burseb in Vermont in j S-nu; in .ew jertev. i-h. ine vaiueoi hum in Vermont aiaVwnt to about 1,00, H...

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. — 1 January 1869

County Clcrjc Msttu Don't Crowd. Boat crowd, this world is "& For you as well as mc: . . VPtaf ttor tboufdi you n count piles of goWen ore; ffttfehccu hardly strive tokeep flaunt tamine from his door? Of willing hands nd honest heart Alone should man be prowl ; Then give him all the room he needs. And new try to crowd. TIIi: CAKVIIVTKK. A CHMSTMS5 6T0E1 . III. The company dispersed-' "-"J. .'some wandering, 1 bwied vrithmm-r .na-P-" - " ,Strilentin lernin, ri'rItwfied lievond words with tlie I deep delist, . , Sometimes listening to the holy murmur ' of the wind-harp, ine carrier, asmfi, w he had been bidden, the liberty of thc house, was roaming from room to room, ab sorbingali, often returning to thc fin-lit cham ber, and always passing beyond to paure be fore the picture. In these journeyings he now-and-tben met solitary members of the group with which he had bo ingratiated himself, and each time, as if to strengthen hi hold upon them, be pamed tor a word. It wan in tlui- way...

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. — 1 January 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1860. llUitLINGTOX. FRIDAY JAN. 1, IRlb. G. 5. BKNEMCT. Editor. To Oar .Subcr.brn.. Tin; AnvA.ci: systi:m. la foorduKe with oar conriction of what U lort for both uWrlVrs ud pablii.lifn, ! with the ral aduptcd by th Editor? and TaMWhers of Ver mont at their lift meeting, we Mi!, from and after tbofiistof Janukrynezt, aaopt the lO'Ftes of re-qmrinKpre-j.ament of rahrcriptiniis to the Fkce PEbs. No ue nubMrrilirri will be rcceiTfi after that date, except for payment in adiam-e, and the pa pern wUI be discontinued when the time fvt which they are paid expire. Our present sahwriWn will be expected to cwnmer.w with the new j car to jay us in a i ranee , and rnch of them an are indebted to us on their present snlcnption. will aid os mate rially if the will eel tie fur the pa&i, and p-y ua for the coming 3 ear. The system is the one now al- moet nnlrersally adopted by tliririn? paper?, and Is f oond to lx", In practice, moot M...

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