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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 12 March 1869

VERMONT NEWV DDHOS COrSTT. ; 1 J . an I 1 C. Mlou afp."1 r"'"- ... j uj-rr failed to make 1.11 -.K..U.IU !- tin lWU i. v .r ...turn. OOT)"'".' . . i fni M 1,1,1,1 U ..n lb.- Mb ,rfn,.i. Ho i.fhiirt;amaerf lurm.v - ;( 'ly in0.ferg.ni..d .v li-T, .J T7",. .!n r-uniatn. in the town of Lincoln, i- (.i i in hnp'jt alioie UM-ocean. ' , ,,, ,.nr.ed hy Jr-rr.li Battel! of Riptoc . ... ......1 t East Utidleburv tbe "ill": .In. iii o.'r.euence of the sled to which 1 i-t were ittichrl sltoineoreT an entnenKui.-!.. nl h iijinj the horses with it Rutland rejoices in a restaurant at which no 1 .1 S, erice of Middletmry has ' intoxicating drinks are vended. 1 i : t no improved rock drill. ( Rutland had its periodical fire last Tue-daj I i. C liil.iwinof KcwTork.has recently morning, when a small L-uiMin- attached to , . , i - i,it to his former pit ot 612..1.I0 for i Harris' machine shop and foundry, on Furnace .i j anient of a Professorship in Middlebury 1 street,burnd. Lots S300. The history of ...

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. — 12 March 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, I860. rjculiural, &r. To nr Ajtrxultural kdtor. object l.c.-on in Airlrnliiirr for fomain Vsicnl . clean, dry sand or lcam, but sand is the more easily rcmoTcJ. it it f tand a few dajs, turn wit the sand or ctrth, and it will be as free from taint or must as u hen new. It hating been irported that the peach crop in Illinois would ie a failure, the Jonesboro Gazette tars : "The prospect in this, the largest peacligrowiug county in the Ptite, wag i.erer better. One Tear aro last Auirust thirteen things that they will be mjJired to prartire Cobden station in this county. The indications when they come ti 1 men " Thr manifest f now are that there will be double this wisdom of the rcr.lv ha- immortalised its .... ' amoun ri,in1 lh" ing voir. A certain kin, in the olden tiuse, when I atri what bvv should leant replied, "those gnsranff. thor; but we do not team that his dieririlcs have cier Iwcn able to put bis axiomatic the ory...

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. — 19 March 1869

rail; - .F.ii mm V 1 gate me, liW 1 .Z. . I I i si wJd ' . ! iier- .o the case v jhronk. i - I MM DB4UIV ot3 I need haitlly say Mr luve rU eoo " v t sort i.f intermittent lever. I all remedies I know . i l stimulants and then tried ic--. But no refrigerants would do; he case was one eternal crieu. I , 1 n rival woe is me ! Ihr fact 1 most, perchance, acknowledge V h .iii-ipthit was he ' an-tch who neier passed the college; Vn-i tli.meh I llled hin' 1,ck: . Hp use 1 10 my how much 1 taught bin; Hut hughed si me behind my back w nil her, I knew it, lor I caught tin. V. c were pcl friends in outward guise, F i in the i ilisge we were fixtures; i, 1 1" sueb heights did friendship rise. We even took each other' mixtures ' ill' tint arrangement I'd the best. Hi" elobules were a harm! s present; But the poor fellow oft confessed My compounds were by no means pleasant. e used to take long walks with lier We two that li.veil Ber to uisiracuou Ami pleasant smiles ber lips would atir; To us 't...

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. — 19 March 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, EEIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1HU9. BUKLI.VGTON. FRIDAY MARCH 1869. G. 3. BIINUJICT. Chitoe. To Our Suucriher. Hereafter, oa the label with tush inliecrlher'd name will bo printed the lat when hi rulri pU.B tt lb Faes PftEM expire. lUvinj thus a fUte went uf his ncoount from to wti, everyone CAa send the pay in aJraneo fcelore hi time txpires, aaJ bare no Interruption la receipt cf the wpcr. If net renewed, each paper will be u'seotitiDnod when the eutocription expiree. Acrerron made will W cheerfully o .rrfctod, oa prefer representation. Address all letter on bofi- H9S3 tO, The Fazi Tax A.-SOCU1 iof Burlington, Vt. TEKMS OF STCBIPTIO- TWO DOLLAUS -t VKAK. MATH or VKR.MO.VT. BT THE GOVEHXOB. PROCLAMATION, TOR A DAT OF FASTI.NG, HUMILIATION AND PRATER. Devoctxy rewgii"Ui dependence upon God and in accordance with s venerated cuMom, I do herebv appoint HI UIISDAY, THE 13GHTH DAY OF APJ1IL, nt, as a day of PASTING, HUMILIATION AND rltA.YF.lt Let us, on that...

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. — 19 March 1869

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1869. vnioiovr MJffs ADDI90X COO". toted His rH.it, at the recent " . , money : 1 i.l i ion hall and ff 1 1 l. r the purpose. cj bridge has xMi not to hate any town j for tbe uei'j0" ,,u.,r M it a panic Hi t. ii j,i, ohich MsiteJ TtiA nut of CHa.!i XTin a lew hoars, and tor other-were ,erv cniical state. By" ""7" , ...I.na Of nOISOUlDB, " " " I '.,aveKians pronounced it putrid ty . . l I, Honrv O. Gifiord of New t IOT - -J 1, II . wa- dostroyea oj urci uiv -. " ' . :.k and n ouantlty o! hay " '..-in - to Joseph Ashe. ! 'i'-' "rJ k rouall of Yereeones was brought be- I . State oVMiSry.on Friday last, ' r-l with adultery, and after examination was .'uA c- for tnal at thecounty, in the sum of j J,,,,', ' " v 1,,,-f mne.1 by James Richardson of Mid- VI u r Tan awav one day last week, and broke ci, i ' 1 ,.f in- iep . ph Purmoit of Georgia, and A. T. Smith ii 1 aLuuS Ua irfnnt Safin I ew Hum, have purchased the stock ana acres of...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 19 March 1869

THE BURLING-TON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1869. Agricultural, &t. S.ablr Ventilation. The proper Tcntilation of all oar buflding is of much importance, and, if we ray Jnw the in ference thtt frequent diMuk-n of a t-ol.ject farailiirizc-i the people with its principles, a musi Infer that this U well understood, since note i more frequently " lentihteJ." If on the othe hand we may judge from the t-ucoos of individ uals in ecurin that Tcntilitien of their build inps that is desirable we nnjr safelj come to the conclusion that it is jet one of the least under stood of Miljects. We had occasion to Titit a large dairy estab lishment, nut many miles from the city, qu te recently. On opening the stable dor there came pouring out into our faces a cloud of vapor laden with foul stenches and poisonous gasses al most eufue'ent to produce straguUtion. Tn sUble was I ricked and sealed up so as to kep out the cold and no provision whatever made for it srcntilation The feeding...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 March 1869

County Clerk 1 i 68. Scene from the 3!f ' A COMEDY NEVER ESACTED EI ALICE MET. haute Jon and Inabtl .i room in Jok' alone. Jons. Pr.r wlufyeArwasit.Anabcl, f went visit France with me? AXABEL. I quite forget, but know full well That all the way the nasty sea Kept me a prisoner in my berth Just think I wore bat one new thing And nineteen hundred dollars' worth Of diamonds in a single ring ! I did pot on my bine silk gown, And wear it. lashed against the mast, Determined if the ship went down I'd show it somehow at the last Johx. Well, when did we come home, my dear ! A.VABEL. Why, that I think wis in the fall. Because I wore my new cashmere The first time I went out to call. The shawl you bought in Paris, John, With the white center and blue fringe I made Miss Prisley put it on. And didn't it give her pride a twinge? Join-. And did you plan to take her down T .Isabel. Be sore, the saucy little chick, They lived in a stone-front up town. And ours was only common brick ! Jobs. You hare...

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. — 26 March 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 2G, 18G9. II U R LIN G TOXTnUDA Y MARCH 'JO, 18C3L 0. IT. BENEDICT. Editou. OUR SUPPLEMENT. We find our sheet, Ure as it is, quite too small this week for the amount cf reading matter and of fcdrertisemecta w desire 1 o giro rtx.ni for. We fur nih therefore an extra sheet containing eight M-n column?. In which will be found a letter from Lon don.twofroin atasuLiisten, one of the Nasby Letters the Delate In the Senate on the Tennroof Office Act, an editorial on Our Adopted Citiien?," Poli tical and renera.1 N'ewi items, and fire columns of Interesting selections The Free Tress every weel -Ives more rcadioc rx alter than any other paper In this part of the country, and it Is conceded to be the cheapest and best paper published this side the great cities. OUR PKKMll'M LIST. We Invite the attention cf all our readers to the offer of premiums for subscribers to the Free Fbes, in another column. It will require but little effort , on ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 March 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEB PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH Q6, 1869. KU.MONT SEWN aiidisos cocsnr. ', Aud lot to Henry Soa-J .brawn lta-tin. uf ""jj'grocnj Hiire f ft, yr-irs in l,u.-mc. " Mr-. A. H ' V .tfbVl C. L Allen, of Ru: ... J. J JWI her her life. -1 " ln -i 'nnc.'i. " c " f ' ', , , n Tonntr Marble Company has ',!ii,,'1(.J,,,weIlrirm,faMMllebarj. " , vf r.uey.oNew tt.i,hfo!d ,,, , , ;, .wlitci. E. Hunt of J . Mr. Ifenj Claae, lying " tne ' ' . i th im and New Hven, conMstrng 1 - - a ld at taction on tie lth , Vlr'.Ia.kman,Utelei8eeoftheprcin uiN.MM.rux coexnr u. j n! i.tii meeting of Benninjton oo- ,i,i. !u.-Uy list. , .mi hi Wwnlfnd is six feet deep, and jj. tr,- lerriM, blockaded. .-, Ik.th has been elected Presidtut of i'. 'Ut. a Ymng Men's Aaaoeiatinn, and 11 r ugz t jrru-ponding Secretary. ., . .r- uliound in Bennington. Htorw lime .'. . "ten i .pute frequently, and tlie ititr dty 1 1. 1 , L -tu'.en ftom the railraad depot, the kiit-.t hich were valued at SIW. .l..',!i Gre...

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. — 26 March 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, I860. Agricultural, ivr. Woo J Lam!. It appears to be a natural trait of the ha man character to eihaust everything of which there seems to be an abundance before any meas ures are taken for keeping up the supply. It is not very surprising that our father who suffer ed many privations to subdue the forests and make their farms, were inclined to indulge them- mItm m an extravagant waste of timber; but is surprising that the present generation should I so utterly regardless of the future well-being cf the country, to say nothing of their own and their children's personal interests, as to indulj in the wholesale destruction of e.crj thing that will bring money without a thought beyond the present money value. There are many town ships, even in "Wooded Vermont," where there is not firewood enough growing to last thepopu lation twenty-five years if the present wanton waste goes on. The demand for fuel in villages and along the li...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 March 1869

Mi- or or .i rcss. - "57 57pD-EDICT.ton- mr Wt'" !""' Here .rc p . for I1"111 OT are constantly cvdeavonng to stir up K Wc the stives and the foreign ciuns of sur country. To do thi, they m,te the most of every punt of difference; hold of every trifle that ean be construed as , .light or intentional affront, en either side; aDi hv flit misrepresentations, where nothing ei will answer, etrive to increase every jeal iafr and awaken animosities where none had iefcre existed or need exist. Thus our late M,ihbor. the Sentinel, ecetained recently an .Vrate attempt to nuke out that the term . farted cituens," so commonly given to the -grained citizens throughout the country, is 'j j term of reproach. Another demo it, as we have heard,J was heard to say to a vjwent, the other day, that the Fue I'mm i.vcr thought of or aUoded to an Irishman but ith blame or ocntempt It would seem as if uch false and absurd statements could hate no weight; but they are eagerly caught op by many of our foreign...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 26 March 1869

BDELINGTON, VT., FREE PKESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 18G9. THE Hie ElacktBKih'e Prcltj Usajbtrr. W by do the hores come alwa ys at noon To be thai at the blacksmith's shop T At noonday lime, when the tun is ftiU, When the blacksmith is forced againtt his will To rest and his work to Etop? Just at noon, from his house on the hill, A girl with a p-til comes thence ; Smiles oome on her lijv, on her checks a glow, As she sees the horses tied in a row. Along by the blacksmith's fence On, but the blacksmith's diufhter is fair ! And the horses all look at each other. As much as to pay, Now isn't she sweet 1" We know why our masters say that our fett Arc siting them es much bother " he liells rinj: one ; and the blasksmith cries. " Now, then, for work right away !" But mott of them fay that it's growing late. And they really think that they'd Wetter wait, And come on some other day. Oh, blacksmith's daughter, your mother, too, Was fair when your father sought her ! You're going in the way...

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 April 1869

T County Clcl 3 GS Tor tl. Ft rre 1 Factory 5n' nr the mala ana " I ring tte noisy mOl' re who lore their ccas-less music, ftne and job the song w.Ui TOthe ch-tlcring, cheerful chores Wefts the pleasant fancies o er us. 'Mid those moT-Cg, groining engines, " pleasant 'tis awhile to stay; Is our to tomatic motions Work is acutely more thin play. Spindles bulling, shuttles eliding. Fabrics moving smooth along ; Voices shouting, tilting. laughing. Bursting forth in joyous song; All conspire to swell the chorus. Wafting pleasant fancies o'er us. As the erer-moTing fabric; Ercry day the same is wrought, By its potent inspiration. Rapid runs the web of thought Over land and oTer ocean, Weating many a fairy dream. Of the ever-joyous future. Floating down time's Bhining stream ; While the rattling rumbling chorus Wafls the pleasant fancies o'er us. Though so brighOhese airy castles. Bygone scenes come e weeter still ; How the cherished aem'riei gather, Lrer cirelMg round at will. Friends ti...

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 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL a,1800. (yimi nmixx 11:1:1. r J.CKUNOIO-S". FRIDAY APRIL 2, 1S69. C. :. isLXEDHT. Euiron. nicTrrmre of Office At!. ' There arc clearly two fades to the question of ( Mfl of Hjtcgure of office act. which is ' the topieSrKwrMns interest, and wo fear of i noti little Imu blood, at Washington. -fS the trctnJws evil of. having all the offices de pendenKfrlely on perseusl and Prty vor, and .I.litflf.lMioefal KramWee for office, which, Ol It rilKMlfM LIST. WelelL-:!iei.tt'i.ti..u.f all uar readers tstr oTerff premiums for fcUtcrileratot..o Tm. . "m. in :.Djt!.er e. ltimn. It will rcqeire 1 til.- tll.rt 'l the 1- Jit ' t arj ers to secure tw '. thr e. fivror i re nnmeeol mtcnbcrsti'rarattr, una wi li i to sna mt alio, ol premiums l&n'n t n a Nsum - !'-r premium? way be sent .n mjui t n-i with tle m-iTii t, and we will ..: 1 tii t u when the lie: is full. As our o.ijoot is tobrincoaf sheet t- Un- i ". "f tluelnJ"n t now see it, oolv ...

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 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL. 18G0. VERMONT M!'S apiox cocxir. Alfred ralmcrof VwSf" two feet cut off by tbt g tuftriB fronl hi wars go. ana bas sc " S Action has ty-fite hopeful eorta are ctaari One hundred and eiphtj-two persons Ac at the meeting on Sabbath evening la. BE!SIOTON COC-TTT. Bennington County w tcttlcl m ear)v as June IT, 1 T'.l. RaM Mountain, in Arlington, i ",121 feet t the ocean. Nornuu E. Crawford of JJcnuinpon his in-nu-l a three- heeled vdociJ, uicu be , i.i cir. Ju-f anjbycicletn use. 1 rink T icl.- a Bennington buy, U one of the . - i 'lit r- of the San Francisco Sunday Mrr ' - . ,iud imoBg the tst light novel writers on i n I'uitK -lope. i at i.ck"t Day was appropriately oldened 'i ue rather Matthew Temperance Sxiety of lienii it"ii. .1 i' V. o.ikce has been arrested in Bu.niup; t u i i obtaining goods from raerthsut- upon f rjred i niere. He admits his guilt and his in-pecL- are good for an appreaticeh at -Ljlhe-tnath making at Wind...

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 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1869. f: i.! tjrjqultural, &r. Hy our Agricultural Editor. Vat Citllf In Vf rnionl o. 3. rBAKLIN COCXTT. It la proper to remark here, that our person al inspection of the cattle of Franklin County has been cut short by the bad state of the roaJs. Me have, however, taken much piins to Terifj our statements. There erc formerly, few small herds of short horns in this county, but it is believe! that there are not now, in the vhole county over half dozen animals of this breed that have a reliable pedigree. Fifteen or twenty years ago Devon; became quite popular and there were eome tbor ough bred animals, and a Urge number of high graJes; and it was not uncommon to sec a diiry of cows in which a large proportion afforded un mistakable evidence of their Devon origin. that time many work oien were kept, and man two and three years old steers were raised for market; and for steers and oxen the Devons are unrivaled. The want of car...

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 April 1869

County Cleit 1 s ;3 Crnvlns Old. When a glance is WVyrict li On some long-remembered Fjt In the silence or the list. It may be the shrine Orthtombof.eton!i But it seems Ue "V,., ,,M , the dimness cf the dust , if our dulT to ls and cires , ,,j in the wrecks of loTe and trust h.ch our bunhened memory bears, i n l,.rm nisy "ear to the passing ie lhe U.i'm uf life's freshness jet, , , 1 beams may brighten oar Utter days V hich the morning never met. i; .. ,.b ' the i-binges we hare seen In the far and winding Vay, 1 crates in onr paths that have grown green, i 1 the locks that have grown gray . 71 . W inter- still f n our own may spare ' The sj.Hr or the gold; I t we see their snows upon brighter nair, nl friends, we are growing old I V. , Live gained the world's cold wisdom now, A e have learned to pans and fear, Uut where are living founts whose flow Wsi a joy of heart to hear T We have won the w. alto 01 many And the lore of many a page; Eat where is the hope that biv in tune But it...

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 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1809. JIUttMXGTOX. FRIDAY APRIL ., ISC9. G. Z. BENEDICT. Editor. OUH PREMIUM LIST. We lorlte the attention cf all our readers tit the offer of premkura for mWcriberi to tire Fbee Tress, - in accther column. It will requlrobut little effort on the put cf nj one to secure tn o, three, four or more names bf sulifcrttrs for a jtar, ud we noje te eanaout a non or premiums in reponso to orders. Karnes for premiums may bo rcLt in atany time, with the money, and we will send the prtmlnm wuen me 111 is luu. Aa our object ts tobrinjour iheet to the notice of tho3o who do not now see It, only bona JUe ntw rob scribe ra 111 Le allowed to count on premium IhU , bat any cf cur present fauecrlltere can tare the Free Press aad aMajailneat reduced rate If they wish, as stated under terms for slnjle sucrli'tloiis. Thi arrangement wo malce for three months, from April 1st to July Ut, ut we snail hope to hare most of the ordciseent in by the firs...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 April 1869

THE BUELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1869. VERMONT .NEWS. ,1 . n'J lus restaurant II. Sumner of Briftol b brf 1(inMa inJ residence in thitTiUtge" for $4,000. , j 64 mar. There were 62 ,J""Trin the year riasesinthetcf-M. v- . 15C-- , . i,., kOJ his Mouse JIr. Samuel I torf , t0 JL lotonrfJl'"Jfflw, j ,I JJj,f0rn.oneoftbeoUe6t and ff ,shtm.n Clpn. 0 Mi,llkburT, died on rLt "l ftr the SuPPort of the 5..V.J f)r the year ensuing. BEXMXOTOX COCMT. Manchester has bad 135 consecutive days of t , ghiDg the present winter. Mr PcDeritthM nU his farm, on the West i in East Dorset, to a Newiork company -S1.',000, and the company are already rung a marble quarry on it. Jaile a contest is going on over the Eenning- n rostoffice between J. IUlsey Oliman and t J. C. Cook, the present incumbent Br the destruction of the Bennington Court H. use, Sanford & Hawks, furniture dea era, i ,.t S2 500. insurel for 2.000; A. B Ganlaer it all his ..brary. valued at $2,000 po in surance;...

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 April 1869

Srjrirultural, &r. By our Agricultural Editor, i No other cereal jieiils so perfect a food as j who it, because it families in fitting proportions and pUntUe form, those fl,h-f arming, heat supporting mud foroe-yieM.ng constituents need ful to sustain life and vigorous strength. It is recognize-J as one of the first necessaries of chll ited life, and the importance of the crop is to fully appreciated as to render unnecessary anj extended remarks on this point. , The perfect culture of wheat requires tie highest exercise of skill on the part of the agri culturist. This !s none the less true because thousands of acres jielding plentiful hurests are grown every year bj individuals totally ig norant of the principles that underlie the saill ful growing of the plant Virgin coils, with very rare exceptions, con tain all the dements necessary fur the wheat crop, but, from the very first, the growing of wheat in this country has been upon the prici ple of exhausting all, and returning n...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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