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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 January 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, I860. r' He Sht before JasUcc aMorioUtionof theUquor law and each fin. ri 10 and costs. , , in ! Oomo vai fined ?" anJ 00618 for the Lob Rnisltr, commenting A wriicr m ;.,.: itto Oole-nUoock on ik' citraoniinar, j..-..- ' ',thJ tl,o exception cf SIi4J! and Tehama, so fer as k. adu tery m rfn.tod States is nowise judmally pro :,inro,Hcriu,bot still is a full excuse to the Liking i f life by the pm&te band. lulfrr a -crime" upon the Statute boots , Vermont, punishable by fine and imprison i icnt Ln rrnr at 1ex.-W lean, that Vrof. A. .. a . r!nlnlt find 1 1 Hicer. ot CaienaiM. ' froID Versaont to the Paris Eipo- .nnuls'.iuiicr tbe Academy Hall in la- tw.'i lei'turc m n Wednesday erening next, Dx. 1 fiitn. I'aris awt the l'ans tl-t Hp H, sul.wct win . , Mr. Hager's leetnres have lwn 1 !,f high .merest, wherevor they have been . t niav liaivm. ieli ered. n.l thecitueosw J . U.-1 -wenriog one from him. Ml,v,c.t a regular Comm...

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. — 1 January 1869

I j 'ra rrtTT TJTTK . MtTUIN. V X .. m-"" ' - - r " ' JL XXi w - A--. - rjrjnilfural. An ox with brraJ horns and short glos-jhir. Is gnl fur a the team, the market, or f-iir. Tenyegrii. ao California exported 0,500 liarreU of flour ; tliis voir die had 420,000 to pare, tlio mot of wliicli woe produced with in one hunndred roilmur.San Kranciscu. A ship load of waste from a German Halt mine lias lcn broufht to Xcw-Vort to 1 told as manure. This is because we know more nhnut manure than the Germans or be cause they think we know less. Xow that farmers begin to hare carinter tools, the next step is to have pood ones. Let there lie Crtt-class saws, chisels, bits, and Janes, and a pwdgrind-stoneon frietion rollers. Theliest use for poor tool i to lend them. A month agotherc wasan aceount publish ed of the capture by brigands of a young English farmer, while be was working a steam-plowing apparatus on his father's es tate near Smyrna. He was rescued by the aid of the Ephcsue Kailroad and T...

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. — 8 January 1869

T)"" Jfcw Year. JXV. IUik I., the 111. tie sireet-rm cd Wis, Which flot Mios Hie solemn ni;ht Ilrnr whit n antliem of Jfliglit With eTcrv pwra; moment swell-, Vs fir snd near, witli clear, They wdcome in the gUd ew ear He comes, his liml i" g"!""!8 tunJ. AndrouaJli'.ii,1'eIliIo',r The l"n of cbildhooJ, ani his brow With mWletoe is crowncJ, lJ in his eyes Hope's dawning light Shine" like a jtar upon the night He come with soft and noiseless tread, The young, the glad, the sweet Xew Year ; With gentle step he ilnweth near To where tie old year lieth dead. And takes from out his lifeless hands The glass which holds Time's shifting gand?. Disturb him not, the gray Okl Year, Rut fold his hands across his breast ; So let him He and take his rest. Tread lightly now, touch not his bier : No need is there for him to weep ; Close his pale lips and let hint deep. Ala.-. ' his hands with blood arc red. The mark of Cain is on his brow ; Peace ' come away, forgive him new, The sad Did Year, since...

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. — 8 January 1869

mi. rcA - t She -Jfm rrss. BUitU.NGTO.V. FIUUAY JAX. S. ISO). a. BENEDICT. EnrruH. To Oar Subscriber. TIIK ADVANCE SYSTEM. In accordance with our conviction of what Is bert ; for both subscribers and publishers, and with the rulead.ptedbvtheEuitc.rs and PuMUlieri or Tu rnout at their laft meeting, we ehall, from and after theCtstof Januiry neat, aaopt the tvittm or re-qnlrlntpre-pajtnent of satriptions to the Fbee Pasts. No new subscribers will be receiTed after that date, except Tor payment in advance, and the papers will be discontinued when the time for which they are paid expires. Oar present subscribers will be expected to commence with the new J ear to In' ns In advance ; and such or them as are indebted to us .on their present subMnptions. will aid us mate rially if they will settle for the past, and pvy us forthecoinin ear. The eytem Is the one cow al most universally adopted by thrivinj papers, and is found to be. In practice, most satisfactory to all con corned. For most o...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 January 1869

She Qnvs. e Year's I'll. ,., r.,!.n4..n wasiery Bcnenlly Mlri in aX0rds. with the .11 custom. Theccutlc u. in oou.pli.nce Kith the request of many of the ladies did not comDthr " labor, of ,0e " till after twelve. J fi f . h" 1... in the wtos. J V"" wars. The severity of .he U. I he djwn , to helovr zero, during me u.jr. r.- f ... w I ' both the number i ....., . -oriou limitation on c; I . n i the ienlth of their lists. the morr 0f the sterner sex, however, bra red 1 rai College, held Jane 17th, 18CS. the Dean hav-V"'.--, north wind and made tours rancing in-presented the resignation of Dr. Joseph P.T the Leen north wina . .. . kins. Prof of Obstetrics and Diseases of V omen from seventy to over a hundred visits, adoui mi Mmchavjng ln accept- .t htets were hung out from doors . fn0ln!r reMitions were unanimously u.uillv open and noted for their hospitable wel- adopted as an expression of the sentiments cf the " w' In mxuv of these instances firailies and .Faculty i me m m-". " .......

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. — 8 January 1869

ficultuml. By oar Agricultural Editor. Ili'lhnrM, t'oaipton, I. . TDK mcm'k riKx ur v. ii. corns ine, fsaj , or VONTKEAL. At our State Fair lat autumn we had ilic pleasure of mating the acquaintance of Mr. 3 H. Cochrane, Esq.. of Montreal and Comp ton, P. Q., a name faet liccoming familiar to every lover of fine stock the world over, for he it. better known in England than in Ver mont, for his pen-intent endeavors to secure the licet living farm animal, regardlcts of cost. At the IVovineial Fair at Montreal where he was awarded fir his services to Ag riculture a gold lucOal, besides twenty i-even others, mostly silver, and numerous lesser prizes on his animals we renewed our ac quaintance with him, and conditionally ac cepted an invitation'to visit his farm at some convenient time. The Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society announced the fact that in competition with all the em inent breeders of that State and upon, their own ground too, Mr. Cochrane had won the Society'...

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. — 15 January 1869

Count V Clert Anf Wicdersehen. ' kV EEV01E.'" The little gate was reached at list, llalfbid iWilacs dow the "aoe; She pushed " En,d' .F 1 wistful loot she yek.irrdt. And said,-' mrfrKn. With band Iltcb' n ''T" Lingered reluctant .and spun n.lf doubting if he did aright, ",ft as the dews that fell that night, She said, Af vitdtrtehtn. The lamp's clear gleam flits up the stair j I linger In delicious pain ; In. in that chamoer, whose rich air To breathe in thought 1 scarcely dare. Thinks die, ' -1 f mederttken ? 'lis thirteen years ; once more I prcft The turf that silences the lane ; I bear the rustic of her dress, I well the lilac, and ah, ye, I hear ' .luf vitdcrstltt.' Sweet piece of bashful maiden art ! . The Engttsh words haJ teemed too fain. But these -they drew us heart to heart. Vet held us tenderly apart ; Sie aid, Avf triedrrttken ." I j I ' j ' ! ' Sleighing. Ul I.LOBUE s. BrSLUGU. With nt'or a plomcof the wind set hamming The snow has come, and srill is coming. Vender, an...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 January 1869

BUrtUXGTON. FRIDAY JAN. 10, 11-69. " o7 "J. BENEDICT. Ediior. To Oar Subscribers. THE ADVANCE SYSTEM. In aceordacee with oar conviction of what Is best fsrf both tahici.be rs and pubUheri, and with the rule a4 pted by tbe Kdlton and Publisbera cf Ver mont at their U mtttinz, we ihall, from and after the Cist ufJanoiry next, adopt the Fy&teia cf re-qtelrljijpre-pajmcnt of subscriptions to the Free Paeh. No new nuwcriwrs will I receireu aiie that ilate, except for pamnt In advance, and tin tapis will be discontinued when the time for wbkl tbj- are pU expires. Our present suWrira will ba exiMtd tocmmecce with Uie new ear to pai us In a-iiance i and snch of them u are indebted to ttj on tlieir present bulriptioiis. wjli aid us mate rially If they will fettle for the past, and pp' for the comln rear. Tbe tr-tem is the one now a I moftunirrialI adopted by thriv Ins papera, and if fourrl Ut be, in practice, mst Fatlsfactorj- to all ooi oornl. Fcr most of our iuWrihera. who nw pa rceala...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 January 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1809. ffhc l-nrs. Reported Tor the F"E rB"" .Meteorological ltecord. ri rih,n .lKivetl.it- Ulm-.i -asiI0A,ri.ijftet. ! water 37 feet ; above una jAMAM-Fi" Wcrit-l. ., BIRO. ", lATar.- rTTf mean) Taj-; r-? a j A.ll. 31.10 ! 21.76 " 69 " J6 -.19 ' .51 X 1 NW s s s 4 w w NW , sw bW 1 sw 10 MV . rii.. "JHI. Areraire temperaiarc. w. rurometer-averare helsht, W-6B- Aifr;etnperatartol imp, if. Mean annual tewperature f eleven years past, j Fallofwater in rain and mow for the pa-t j-ar, !S.."tl inches. ver .Re ennuvl fall far nine roars, 3"' 3". lirlll.lBTO.V AM) VICIMTI. ,.:ik. ,,nin il,. liuir nf ' ! The mm . i lj,t ek, throughout its length, an1 a good Jeal of the ice went out. KtllKSfli TO BcBLIkOTOX Mr. A. B. Witherell, who b" for ,he JMr la a merchant in Moiia, X. V., has returned to this city and reentered into pvrtnership with Ira Ross'll. Mr Witherell is an active business joung mi and ' a wid. drele rf frierrfj here to w...

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. — 15 January 1869

&grjr;ultaral , , , By our Agricultural Editor. How to put tip a Snsnr Orchard. UxoEEBiit, Dec IS, 16S6. 0.Wf. Editor : I bought a farm rtcentlyind there Is'.n It i most excellent sugar orchard of 1000 trees. J propose to fit it op in the most thorough manner practicable for making a strictly first class article of sugar, yet I ""''do it la the mot economical memou raiui m you favor me with some practical suggestions on the sublet T A SnsscnrKB. . The test ippantua for making maple su jrir, as indeed from most other operations on the farm, is in the long run the cheapest. You want ttitn in the first place, 1000 tin buckets. The deep narrow ones are the best. They do not catch bo much rain water, and do not, during a dry spell when the sap does not run, subject the little sap that may be in them to tho degrading influence of the sun and wind. Do not for the sake of saving o few cents, or even a couple or dimes, suffer yourself to be cajoled into the belief that mc nice wooden buc...

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. — 22 January 1869

I Inilrni DrinHnf Sonp. XJ.I,.I .I-.rt.tl' fr-n 'a r.'" '" "" '"' . , i H.nri. ' nw ilclu-.'. BT GEORGE SKOTT, T..t! -nnrt ttmt. Fill lih tl bowl ih F""1 0,1 ' ,, With T .nam let jwir cat 1 " uM Let StryckriMV p. imoeab..und 11 Oil of Vitriol cool roar twaine. Or. .ninwteJ ton brew . "nd HI your hear and vem. With j nd "ft"1 P,w n in.' 7' 'Ivfl out in '58 WUt tool wcttW have it tack ? And Vow ? The "cup that will inebriate nd rer chwr," they sell . ..Tfjeconsckiiis water saints Ood And blutArf." - bt f " ! .""'f J ! Tht ' kn0,s 1,r0 r s od' And blu-hw now with Cochineal ' Vh-h' Fr?rnt fume of KrMBot! Beitchiogbowlofl'niinWo! Who would not soothe his parehiop throat With rour miM onsprhig, ".MocinUm lew'" Stroller than u)tM that racked the frame Yud shook the miftbty brein of Burn., urel vf 11 t our bends aflame, W hruVir hL- fetal day returns! Brn.p the Beer-Fresh CopwnM fan ! V ,tl, Mum iniwd, in powder Ba. Hw cluH n f -olish fancy roam In M-irch t whiter froth thm thine ! ! lnd.ai...

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. — 22 January 1869

&VN aires.1.. r.mtustmix. rr.iu.vv i ix. 22. iwo. G. fTKEXEWCT. nnrroE. To Our isufoscriliers- Hereafter, i the Ul.il with eah aksctfber's name will to prtaieetlie date when Ills subscription to the 1'aM l'ltrs eipirea. JUiin- thin a state meottirhfemeeuant from wee to week, everyone can eraethe T in advance fcetore Ms time expires, and ban ne mierraptlon hi receipt of the paper. If ms reeewed, each Dsper will when the suWrlptfon exii. he aismntiiiuad Anr error able will be cheerfully corrected, on proper reftrestatatiee. Addnvsa all letter oa t mi nes ta. Tie Faze rar" Associatiox. Burlington, V t. Gen. Kaller's Bill. The country wul ear to Coogiess, in the sut ler of this bill, v,lut President Johueon ported to bate said to Iris Cabinet, when he pre sented the Shrrasn-Jelinton armistice for con sideration . " This tabject- admits of no debate, but I should like to hear your opinion upon it. No such monstrous preposrtien has been brought far in Comm-as smoe the slevcrr interest...

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. — 22 January 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 32, 1869. VKRMO.M SKW1. irrnjos corsrr. .in the Ilth intint Wilhrf DaMcls , The town or Wells, Vt,, has a citizen who '.hurr waa arrar,?ol before Ja-tiet Jamra N. , married t 17. Hu first child was a daughter, Su ie for i Matron of the prohibitory luiuor law, , wbo mlrricd at 1 3, and made her father a grand V. and -uiltv and fined 10 and costs. , father at the carlj age of thirtv-one and a half . . in Lincoln. Jan. -, years. .1'-, ' air- UthropJmniMdK.Uatelr m , ttvri( Sue was fonnerivct Salary. ill- r unty hn?.!90 Plls' . Adlison t-oany -. . ,rrj. ,&lV' L the deb. of H- veral town-, tho fund, beside m , , . o-2."i '" ,KIieofwhiehooaattoe. - National Horse Nail Company w.H organ- ltf at Ver.-ennes on the 2'Kh m-t. Wilson, f Vergentw. " H""1 lf 1 JLSip J the VMdlebary National Bart, and John I cUofn-andon. ha been appointed to the position. ..... On the "th inst-. there was a "raid in Mildlebury on nine ruraflrr, who all ...

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. — 22 January 1869

ILgricultoral. By our Agricultural Editor Roads, Their Construction and Inln. tecfincr. Among all the indirect or secondary in tere to of the fanner there is none of more imortance than that of roade. In the first place the farming coinuitinitv do, and meet, ustain 1J far the greater part of all the ountry road; and an a simple matter of eoononiy, vritliout any other consideration than that of buildingand mpjorting the roads with the least j"bl" burden or taxations, present and prospective, it lieliooves the farm er to pee to it that, the roads are permanent ly well made. It is hardly necessary in this connection to discuss the advantages tltat the farmer derives from having good roads to market, to mill, to church, and to school. The whole suljcct of a-sthctics as connected with farm-life Usuliordinatcin atenscto this, for although a family may theinhes bate a keen scnie oftbc lieautiful.and may build u a beautiful home, yet, if the approaches arc unsafe or even unpleasant the soci...

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. — 29 January 1869

The Uarmrd fUtppfr. Minv a Ion-, Ion; year :.- ' X;tucVet'skippr.ha.lpln VI findioS out, throujh " ljuss low. How nr Sew Tork ih.r schooner! ran. tw rrBs!j the hwl it fell. Fnlbv through the night. Knowing the oa that stuck so well. dwv guessed their reckoning right -tipper fray, "h eJR we dila' CoU tell, by ta-ting, ju't the root; ni so below he'd " do se the glim After, of course, his " something hot.' Pool! in Ms I111 at Zht dock 1 hi ancient skipper might be found : Su nutter bow lite craft would rock. He slept for skippers naps are sound. The witch on deck would now and then Kan down and wte him with the lead ; He'd up, ami tiMe, and tell the men How many mite, they went ahead. One night 'twas Jothim Harden' watch, curious wai the peddler's son nJ w he muted (the wanton wretch,) To night I'll have a bit of fun. We're all a set of stupid fook. To think the skipper knows by tasting H hut ground he's on .Vituctet's sboab lion t teach such stuff, with all their boasting !" rol so h...

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. — 29 January 1869

SChc Jra )ress. "iVDRLlXGToir. FRIDAY JAN. 2?, 1803. g7t ItEXEDHT. Enrrox. To Oar Subscribers. Hereafter, on the label m'.th each nuliscrlber's uni wdl be printed tits date when liis sabecripekti to the Fui l'EtS6 expires. Having tltes a state meat or hil amount iroinweekto week, Ufl can Bend the pij In advance before his time expires, and lure no Interruption In receipt of the piper If not renewed, eaoli paper Trill be discontinued when the subscription expiree. Any errors mad will becneerfelly corrected, on p-oper representation. Address all lftteri on bai nessto. Tux Free l'?.rs Associatiov, Buungton. Vt. TESK5 Or ErBSCBIPTIOX : TWO DOLLARS A V H A K Urrnont and Itrtlproc)!. The Bssten Journal accuse Vermont of tak ing a s el5s.h and seitional view of the Recipro city question. She finds iii Canadian competi tion with her own products an argument against a proposition obviously favorable to the country at iarge. Her production of and traffic in wool and grain would be seriously i...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 January 1869

THE BURLINuTON, VT, FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1869. 4 BR MOST E"5. t , i .,1 . - , f t .xablc a:res ui AaJieon umi, , , I . The appraisal ot "1 Utc ... f - BiU-U't in the co ine rr cent, of tbe grand - p7" L,t!i."T. , 1 . Man's ClirB'11' ':U 1 1. WI . - " I) '1.nW .hilHlU LMS, ml lilt. im.uu; , .. ulluviuK t'u! , . . v. p.i.pnl ' tol. l'rr-ulcnt.i'r--"" , V ". u,,.., . Tm. TV... 1 ,n - . r!1I7 , ,d ibcIm-l'lreolnr. ck, Newman ..... , PmMent. an I A. Wilmot of Roya'.ton. Secre tarv U'iresses were deinereu bj Messrs. Leo Miller .f New York, Uent of Wi-e.msin, Smith ,'f Groton, Mam, M.Uer of Kew York and Mr. Pnti i l Eet Graovdle; Mrs. Tanner ot Montpeiier, . p Wolc rtt 1avis Smith .Mrs. Blair of Montjielier, ail n b'indfolded. ... ...,- some pimtinj M V ill in! Pamela Has sola me ium ouim in MiAdlehniy Mr 31. A. .MUDTTH ill I05 burr, Ma 1 r ivre ha been appointed liquor agent of M.JliV. PUw rf KthM' Wood-re- movel Geo n 5.',-ti. E.... lecured on "The Battle of Git:wur;tu...

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. — 29 January 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT-. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. I8 60. Sjgriculfural, St. She Of. Scrord and firmer. Fiom the Hearth and Home. Tot Principle of Brecd'jij. Ltcrrm Errosi tee siASiicBTsms aosictl- tceal corner, Br ciukles t. n.rT, Gentlemen : Your "tudics in botany have taught you tint, in tbe vepetai Ie world, the erovrth nnd ncnctuatLn of plants are cov- erned by fixed law. This principleof fixed law runs through, all nature theanitcal as well a the Teiretablekingtlmi. In tliematterof farm stock, ito pcrriciuation ie controlled by cer tain fixed principles of breeding. There is great difference in the breeds of ot ouretock, and in animals or the breeds. Same fatten easily and come to maturity ear ly, and others do not. Some possog reinark ut.le milking qualities, while others yield milk sparingly. Some are noted for their butter qualities, and others are fine workers. Now, we want to tearch out and find the rules which govern the transmiion of the various qualities, tha...

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. — 5 February 1869

County Clerk 1 : c8 The Doorstep- Tic conference meeting tW We boys around U ast, matol. Lite Mww-imw Not braver lm'? Tb-1'""lemittc3- t. hlnshed and toot nvy arm ! tJ started tvard the MirJerarm Uoag.kmdoflo'br-wj. i ,.-t remember what we siH, 1 "t w nothing worth a songer rt7. Sl lS transformed and in glory. u iMih nor feet. The snow .v, Mi, KfTt eteamms : ' The moon was wu, - - n. i.,ind tippet sheltered sweet Her face with youin anu uw i o t , .1 A.itjnifo her muff !o lurhUy toadied my jket-c-jff. To keep it warm I had to hold it To have her with me there alone, T was love and fear and triumph Wended , t lat we reached the foot-wora stone Where that delicious journey ended. She shook her ringlets from And with a "Thank you, Ned. dismnuW, Bat yet I knew (te underwood With what during wib I iremwe.1. cloud passed kin.lly overhead. noTw.- slyly FP"E through it, Yet hid its face, as if ' ., , Tome, new or never do it do if .' ur Iipf till then had only known The la of mother and of ...

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. — 5 February 1869

THE BUELINGTON, T I'KEE PRESS, 1'lUUAi :ulivimiw. BU1.UNGT0N. FIUUAY l'KB.5, G. Q. BENEDICT. Emtor. To Onr hcribcr. Hereafter, on th lsli-el1 with eich suscrlbr' Dime will be prints! the dite trbea hU subscription to the Free Pr exp'rei. Having thus a tato inent cf hl account from week to weeV, e, err one can nd the piy la a J ranee hefore hU time expire?, and hare no Interruption in receipt of the paper. If war renewed, each paner will he discontinued when theratacriptten cires. Any errors made will be cheerfully corrected, on proper representation. Address all letters on busi ness to, The Free Tres As-Oa-Unox, Burlington, Vt. TraBS OF SCBSCRIPTIOt . TWO DOLLARS A TEAR. . rrmont .Members- on (lie ncanrr-, Judge Poland has recently introduced a finan- cial bill Hon. W. C. Smith of this Ifctrict.in Ute speech in the Hook, advocated a plan very similar to that of Mr lVlind. The Montpelier Freeman, whose editor will be a member of the next Congress supports Judge Poland's bill, and cla...

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