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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 April 1869

Tie TftMiin,haiiya rct ckUes ,r, as it might be trMalMw. Luck " IIoa1oiltoMtII'f1', dniiit there so ry late, ' Thi ilium CODf,t csrt j.0m. walking typhous, Sjw opiit in fenestra, Et ant morati for a while. To see qui erat in there, fkxin, caput turn'd its nasum round. In usu puerorum; lino-font there the pedsgogu ', Vh ' maximum pudorom ! rrogreoJus puer to the door Cum magna quietate, 1 1 turn'd the key to lock him a, Moratus erat sa!e. Then pedagopus rose to go. Est feeling hanky dore; I ,!e n.n pitest to get out, Tin key's outside the Sore. A-cendit sweetheart none the aUirs festinato pede, I I rnusM paellas from their sleep. habent not the door-Key. Then, excitato domino. By her tumultuous voce, lusanus carrit to the door, Et obvenit the lady, 'r'urentem place !" the master roared. "Why spoil you thus my aomnum Kxite from the other door. Si rogues haie locked the front one? I'uilh 'nstu hung her haed, .In 1 t.ol her loxer's manum, fr. cito frnm the other door, H caput est impuls...

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 April 1869

THE BUKL1NGTON, VT FREE" PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 18G9. rcfis. BURLIXGTON. FRIDAY APRIL 1G, 1S6P. 0. 0. BENEDICT. Enron. '-11 of June The document failed by 7,619 votes to receive the i.ccessary majority for ap proval, in accordance T.iih the terms of the rr conitruetion acts. The President tiow rcoom ramls that it be submitted for the sicond time, believing that it will receive a more favorable consideration. The rrootnmendatica teeaa timely atvl senei Me. The emieu.n cf any recommendation as to Georgia, is significant, anl indicates that the President considers the cue of that State to de min.l further consideration. OUIt IMtEMIU.M LIST. We invite tlie attention iT all our readers to tiie offer of premmotf for Falacribers totbe Free Fa&ss, In another onlumn. ltwlll require bot UUlecffort on the part of ai one to secure two. three, four or racre nanus of rabserfbers fr a 1 car, and ire hope te sendout a hott of premiums in response to orders, t , Xsiaesforprcmlumsmayb. ...

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 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1G, 1860. VERMONT "Bv: A.HMS0S COlTtTT. .uirT in tow!? V M,r minutl scnooi ' TOtrf for i , m ,.f ma n the J"n4ii(r- I ,SV .'-- in "itian.??t" 1 ,,,-ontl,'ed,ll.rfort.wneq6. , f'l of " ii. h 1 i Hit tif i 01 -m'tTl .t-th J uuch 1 if an3. . , iaJ- wool-flJ,w;w r- i . ir,i -.!." to i-awrencr , I,'.,.- uftv in Middtetmrj was broken n . S turiav night, Apr. ;M and about spttjor . ,tv i Uar, in rtamps and scrip, carried off. RE!nXtiTOK COUXTY. 1 li ,.-.a Valley Mills in Pownal, manof-ic- . ..,.( , Tari of capedmere in March. ,-ut houses are scarce in Benumg.nt , chased for tbfir Dtw publication house in New-i-t, r f the Episcopal church York city new iron structure on the corner of t ivMde m a neighboring Tillape tietnuse Broadway and Eleventh street, fire etoriea high. . i- niJ a mutable residence there. , for hqo.OOO. The Uook Concern, which pays Mm re me ' uurt for this county at itb re- three-fourths of the price of this new purch...

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 April 1869

J -! 1 J 1 " THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1G, 18G9. igri:ulturnl, &t. i its " natural condition," bat a Urge majority I of good farmers concur in the cpinion that I washing the seed in strong brine prevent smut ami otberwh improve tbe crop. Unless the seed has been sated with unusual care the opportunity afforded of skimming off the light Byc-ur Agricultaral Editor. Jlanc igritul:ursl and Geological Report; We received a few dais since the followins wheat and foul seeds Trill more than pay for the letter : trouble and cipeofe, if there U no danger from State or MAtAE, ) i smut. Some farmers aJd Uue or green vitriol AOEICIUOBAL Iwiabt).t, ) ' the proportion cf about one pound to a bushel Saoo, March 18. lfcfij S ' of ElU- Wc recommend the blue .Uy afar sir- , from experience, but we have known the preen i i , . t, . ,, used, and we believe the result to hare been Please find a few Maine Herar,. I would , hrtt whendrained is rolled in WhsWvtrMjetlor eronmt...

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 April 1869

" .v. xvA rfM. X. DaMalstre. THEI-EPBBOrlOTI. , ' i ,.Itivated fields, WukIi rr '"'una-K,,manBsenctou-.andonthe,,.!,er 1., th(. Icncc of wn S"dew. This Hilary PLi,-e nevertheless, to fonte extent, inter im tortrnngcr.. Nut far Iron, the gates of ,hf,.,ty arc the ruin, of an , .Id chateau, in lVh" il we may beliere tlw -putar tradi tl . the Count Keoc DClul..rw. in the fif :,.nitii century, Iwinpimdvvitlijcal '"fy-ahan-j.ned t eta'rvation. the Prime,. Mary De Hravnnce. his wife. From thi- inumstanoe the name ' Bramafan." which Minifies a cry .f hunger, ha been applied to the buildi-g t.y tin neifrhlwring country people. Thisan-el-dotf. the authenticity of which some con- t.t. renders this locality attractive to thoc who are eaeily credulow. Further on, at a distance of wveral hun dred paces, in a square tower, constructed of marble and leaning against an old wall ; tbey call it " the tower of .'ear," since the peasants have for a long time considered it the habita tion i,f -lur-ts. T...

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 April 1869

THE BUELIXGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, I860. Sfhc $m rrss. BUKLIXGTOX. FRIDAY Al'RlL 23, 1SC9. G. 1. BENEDICT. Editor. OCR 1'RK.Mll'M LIST. We icvite the attention of mil oar readers Utae offer of premiums for Fuhwribtre tothe FaEE rasss. in another column. K wUl require but littU eSort n the part of an) one to eeeere two. three, fiiur or more names of subscribers for a 3 ear, and we hope te send oat a beet ef premiums in response tn order Names for premiums may be sett In atany time, vitb tie money, and we will tend lie premlooi when tie list li full. Ai oar object it toferin;our sheet to tbe notice of those wbo do not now see it, only MjSe - acriben will be allowed to eocnten premium net but any of our present sabeenber can bare tot Trie rarss and a Magazine at redneed rates If the wish, as stated under tenm tor ii;le n1""!"' This arrangement we make ir three monthe, from April let to Joly let, bit we shall hope to bare mow nrth. enter et In br the Srst of May....

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 April 1869

THE "BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, APRIL 23, 18G0. KB MOST SEWS Mrt.isos corsrr. ,:u;rrcnne, aad has soli . oflu-e a- leen aw- Ml. r. u - ,1 U- ! ' , 1 ,0rr tit '-I"er . il mnN MM' ... " i abfotynir more nI. I I ti ... HM B r- -r; M-o he.u,t tm-?,'-T C.eck, brute up on the ' , 0.1 i J f. t 1.: 1,1 r,d--i e, belonging to Col were destroyed by p mowing machine. i irmM. Xc. The 1 tin--.j.'ini1. !-- than uuo-fiftli of i bv inuruice. The fire h ! m'outb of a hired lu.in. ;iic pin factory at ha-i Mil- ur cord- 'f wood per day. i It i . cross the nii-uiiUin , uitU teams, fin tt. or j'i- m t'ie bad condition of . v T.e mail is carried on 1 1 i"i n.-tting of Vergnnes ' i, , . a i .x of 1 0 cent- on tbe it fi ,n correal expenses, and 1 5 , l-iuiity to Vrancis Miller, - . nilite 1 on 'the nnota of the , . .tt.' wit. MVCT'I- COtTCTT. .. ( f 'IV , X. Y who owned the 1 .p-hnrga, 'lied recently, i ila a: Slwyn". euT(rprae .-t on foot, in 1 r. J, recwiir trained a fret from tip to t...

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 April 1869

FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1869. THE BURLINGTON, YT., AfiiCUHUrnl, lYf. tlarrtd. Our own experience does not confirm - - this opinion. We hate ha 1 potatoes rot as badly By our Arrrmltaral Fditor. , cn poor as on rich roil, and ire math f refer tak r!alcr. ' ing our chance for a crop cn the latter than on Independent J all rpecuUtive operations in ! fonner- We believe in flit culture, too, but Mwv,iiet.es. litre is r one crop in which Ihe I we wooU Fut ,hewcd rlT"-r d"rn 'nt ,he hlepuMi.,re more iiunmlmtljinterteteJ than I iT0UT"1 ,Te,t,n apply, heavily if necessary, th it of petatoo. Xt to wheat the potato is the I " mnT'ttd mannre nJ plough it in. Then most indifpeowble article of food grown. and it wi,h 1 uSht r",n- wc wouM UbS ,he fieM in is a question in many minds which of the two I rows four inches in depth, or more tut not less, could be distanced witi to tkwleaut disadvantage, and drop the sets, one in a place, about a foot Tint the potato is in more general use ...

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. — 23 April 1869

press. . i arret BlUUXGTOS. FWMV APRIL -:! 0 o BENEMO". Entw" rHH.BdrBf" 'or4- JuJgt J,, i, .-Ell J-MOWE, .,, lies. Smith VThioht, J Tbubsdat. April I.".. ,. ,ilf openincuf ik Conrt tins n oiumg the , ' ihcctcof Crooan n A.-ti.. n turned !''; ", mhroroft!rlmtifff --41 T-. to- i,,.r till rost. . , i.n d.msr. Andrew Ueuno . then enccl. This U B action of assumpsit ent. lit -over sl'" Pi? Klr '' -"' 1 . I turnMiedby pluntin io in m-i,, ... .it fendsnt claim to have pai 1 O- ' on , v lint Inch i- not crwlited to him on tin' . . f t' t (.laintitf M - r. f. and II. Itiuara ior puti.un, I. I nr, i.Utxon ami U II Eng.ehy ;.n ln.t , h,v RiTn to the jury at noon .nd at ,Nt they returned a vrriiet of S"i 41 ue, an 1 ceta iti fcur f the y'lintiff livird ratT-i rs Bruin r , Smrh, t lark ukn up at the oprii.n,: of the Orurt this in., hi Thi is n ad. n of aumpsit for a.k .f certain 1- promiM to be ear- i i.v .1-f.Mi.Uiit- fr ii Ihiruoptu, t, to .',.in Iitw i. i"l f' l' wtpc ne-cr delivered. iwn-ii...

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. — 23 April 1869

8. L W. V W. D. 8. L. W. V. it t i i.:. - k t... in.l .IyI ,.., its ith nf October !at iiforv cicoxnr, i uuw.-r.t-i jis u.h no - - - ..... i. : .. m.-.. i ..t hi... tkm Ili-n-v AVIu.ium ili-it fteiitii: M nhiiv I buugbt he wa Uiaikj Ka-ll; I oau M bis m-l I nt.ti.iJt.il meet in,: tlut eem..g ; fcrwew- HM1 some and made cluttiiug. te we haw fining mai. ftuiJing tucie ; 1. LTOtt examined It was in the afternoon ol r.cbedflt to finite bands witii me r)"b Satuhlav, October 3-1; I eu qui red of .Mrs. jjueM you don't know me I " -N' ytr what time it was just Iwfure wesw him and sM 4 jou uU to know Leu Welcome at Htiifs heaid it was 3 o'clock; I neer paw h:m ber burgh ; lam one if his boys " My wite ;ked fore; at the court at Hine-butgh I recognized him if it was Hetirj ; he -aid N. .Thilip; him U VI tr. stHti.l nn and lock st liiui we askvd him in. when be bjd u Le hd tmm theie. I said that was the man who paed by to Montprlier at wotk and wanted to p U k on Dirtet Tttumed At ihe time Its...

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. — 30 April 1869

lloap I. Ui.i-a cti a wtoeipede !... travelled with trf P to-fort? pw ,,l;1-bi- ! Ah ua ' a ! , ouTiliio At-Ian-ta, , ' 4 ',.. w i' 6" of,be Grwk '"r rut 1 in of the Yankee sort, raitt-rercb lady-sport, , , l,un?h. and fast and strong, . . it., i. y pjces all day Ion;; On- oil"'' fire awa? ' Hmp la ! . r t'.o .IujI and Uke thi -' , ami jraitcr Ik , I ,,p h lvup la ' twlii't try (,.1 'oveli?r wretah tln'i 'i !! nc ' p'tig ' Iiun icins.' if.7. in I hunt bri 1, . SJmeidcr's lu' a f..ui; 1 i- ill 1 1 piWen jell' . ,,(! v if a lady fell iw ' il j i 1 am indeeJ . 11 .up la ! " , i i.-iii'l cn her vek IpiJe l-nmlheFreaca ' rllK LEPER Of IONTI. iy L. E. i it ' ) i '.m'sjlimrv, ! j - ,i i ir. w i i T ' a grt-ir ei , 1 t'j pi.ur i.l tu. t t.id- d! ui 1 Wiiea at clf, and w.i1- able to retdine r i . i.tj- rtuno. I . 1 was near!? mt- -ni. That l will w.ii always be doubly sa l li.r me ,,, mi k iipm. The rtc ilhvunn i.l it is t jre.itjs' calamity of my life, of a w'nfh r.firly succeeded ir. 'i 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. — 30 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 18G0. BUdlXVOTOX. FRIDAY APRIL 30, 18. G. (3. BENEDICT. Euitod. Ol'n 1 - IIIUM LIST. We rite die at on of ail oar re en to the o3 r ef prem m Car mbMribon to the Vur Psees, Id another roll ItwUl rtqatrebot little effort on epirtof anj dm to secure two, tore, tourer More names- aabeerism foe a rear,, and we hope xe se e-ualiost of isieta an m reapge to orders in for premlai r ho hu ia ataay ae. with tbe money, aed we irOl send the pron-iam -wka ! la U. Al oar object ia to Mia goer sheet to tbe no e of these who do not bow aee It, only 60 .lUr nr aab serBieri "ill be allowed to count on pram lam lists . out aay of oar press becr"en- cu bare tbe Jaaa Parse aad a Jtaea e at rednoed rate, if they I ai rut aa r terms for t!ocU lismn we. This arraageseent we suae for three stoat, from April lot to July lit, bat we shall hope to have Boat f tbearoVjfeentinby the fnt of Hay. Sand in tbe ashif, Tax Fin Pacss Assoc -nos, Barlinitoa, Vt....

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. — 30 April 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 18G9. FftMflXT SfeSWIS. AUIHWS 0 SOW- ,WmhtJalWhe Hn of i a In, Kill' ... --li-n'-llv h Zn in dns- "r , in.Vl'..Trt'i'- t"' rnini""'' ,,. 'h-"i"''W,";" j, ioel eK"".1 , ridport has voteJ b in Bndl - ,-- Pnmt. to Im 1 1 Mr I , ...,nccted wi the ..aiUi...- .. i rhr town rami" I" rt' m in i!iebniUig- n. .,, nmv-.tox rorsrr. r.-ui :r .. n Pir , Its to giw J..'"" ', :ii .Jd STO.OOrttoereo two and tli'' i ti-is one at d'"i- rlh Be nnington, a .u,li:nePpo te ,ne ... !.! dins we it ml ,,,..ol id',"'- -- ' ' . k.n '. w.l he among tue , ill DOMl cocn , , on ami 1 mzhter of E. .f I'm t 1 i'i 1 - i wi .1 r Hi' were e-ii-h i'iuvi wiin i At- m of in- rciched for a to trl hi ' ft .J can?bt ,.f ihe li't"' -'!! . cattine :t L. n:er of W-t 1 1 h haw k fir tin- ein. - 1 I" 1 fn.. i t, 1 1." i.'-n1''' " lnr - """"""i j Il;y sentenced to lorty years at Hiew Vol i. -rn if'i f'1' ' ll" ar "r Tt" i,la'e prison, escaped from the Clinton prison, last...

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. — 30 April 1869

jrircltnnil, ftr. Fran bur Asricaltaral Editor, o F.-instx Ftm ami lirrd, of sfcr i. n: Gratis. A. 1. T1IIC D-TCaUS AND OXFORD SHOUT Hcm. OtX., .V. Y., Apr. Cor -ce Vfu n 7.H-I .- " WWw Spring Farm," Geneva, X Y., tbe prufertjr uf in mm 0. Sheldon, Esq. u tbt Mecca of breeders sb- ban of short horn cattle, fje-ia-ry is ttts time since tbe fimuus Thorndale ben was merged in that of Mr. Sheldon Here an enshrined the noblest specimcni f thermits bo. Ibey are nut to be bought at as; price. Here are two jean oM heUBrrs for which $7000 hare been offered and d. dined. Here is a boll calf lately Bold for 430 I; and at that only on condition that he to be taken to Iurjaad and not permitted to re turn. Bj importation, and purchme withot re ference to Brine. Mr. Sheldon has practically second a a-o-wpulv in tab country, of tbe I luetben. the most valuable uniiy of short-bora-. From this family he mikes no tale of females and his sales of males are at almost -batons miees. He has also a Urge co...

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. — 30 April 1869

flic Jvtc gwss. ni ni.lNGTiiN. rKI '.II. 1 S"'K. j:..II Jlnrtlfi- Tin- ,l ' J Tris ,,.(rncn fount) O-ar'. JiHl.V I'inRl'OlNT. Prntanii Jt-liT l!,..ill.J JIoasK, I l,s,st,, Mimi jiinT. S Tiicksuo, Vpnl having been made in loose eand, the toe cannot be incaMinx! ; yet it is shown that it could have been wide by the boot of Welcome, and it is for you, gentlemen of the jury, to say whether it was cr not, inouga u is clear tnat circumstances would warrant you in Baying that it was. As regards the crime suspicions point to Wel come as the perpetrator. On leaiing his father's huue we find his intentions were to go to see his sisters, one at Hincsburgh and the other at rvcw mien, ana go ttencc to Jlohtpelicr to work. He went to New Haven, and on his re turn leaves the cars at Shelburn. He is seen at Sir. nctcher's on the road to Hinesburgh; there Adams House, at which time he called t Sco-' vZraJZTrS hadwmecT IV1 " , "mSta' H"" ? Kext Were the tracksjdescription on all these points, and in ...

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. — 30 April 1869

II loan baa we were sitUSed thrj ere ; the siid it was not passible for Fosttr to have broujtlit tLero without her knowing it, as the fastened up the house herself; raid Foster was a very steady man; that roster couldn t have got up alter sne weni to bed and gone off with a team without her knowing itt as she slept with her window up ; she said she knew nothing about the burglary, ad had no objection to haling the house search ed. Witness then went away for an hour or so, on another matter, while theothers searched the bouse. Un my return we went -to search the house again ; witnes detailed bis investiga tions of the premises ; she denied 'there being any trap-door cr hiding place on the premises, except one which she showed me, a recess near the milk-room ; witness detailed his elimina tion of Mr. (Jriswold's room ; she offered to help get up the carpet to prevent its Peing torn ; 1 found nothing, and she asked me if I was now sitisSed : I then took out the bed, and under it found ...

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. — 7 May 1869

s U8 Run Wild. st batiks trsim-Hc.-e was the gate. T.Ir. 1 the garden's nymph has fled, ff, rrv c harm that Ut and blossom lenthcr, , . 1 'oft hag instead, ft. e female satvr from the thicket, , h ' I .f ie bramble and the weed, i Si nt'ff s'luaung lire ut.u..- V nh all her savae breed. li t.an.-hed hence the orderel T'.at 'Htbcd a way for lieiuty s feet, and jrae her ugliest imps the vacant plaeea. To spoil wlut once was sweet Hire, ur U r rankling mulleins, dw ndle The b rd-rs, hidden long ago; n n "( 'i- the dock in many a rusty spindle, n l parlane creeps below. , ctlijiw iun wild, and va uly sweetens, 11. 1'ir in it bee", the conquering gran; loe: the ro-e with brieij menace threatens 1 c. ear me as 1 pass, tt liere -liow the weeds a grayer color. The -t dks of lavender and rue Wretch I ike imploring arms but, ever dulVr, Tbey -lowly perish too. i Inlv the pear tree's fruitless scion r.,ltj dl.irethe irar.leas fall; I )nly the thi.-k-nuicd Uoo. llernur- the crumbling W1L What -...

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. — 7 May 1869

i ? rrTJT7 BTT1tT,mTnK, VT.. free PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7, I860. HU.tl.lS'UT.J.V. flilHAY JIAV 7, ISo'J. BESEMCT. Editor. oru j'iik.mium list. Wa irvite tan attention cf all oar reader. tolLe offer i f jirwiiluturf f..r saWrtbera to the Fare Press, tsaunlnr column. Itwill rrqairebut little effort mlfceitf an one to secure two, three, fouror luehi.a.neMttillverilxnrora.jcar, a nil we hope t is-ndont ahwtof uraclucii !a rafpoDje to ortiera. .Varies for prMniumamay be sent in atanjtime, with l,ie inonry. and we eeud the premlom wheu tlio hat la full. A iMir object a tobrinour sWt to tlie Dotlee of tlioM wbodouit now ee It. only aacx arwaub crtlra a 111 be allowed to cuunton premium luta, but any of cur present sulnsrnoer. can bare the Frek Pur.s sad a Magazine at reduced rates if tbey wUb, aa stated under term I r alnzle a a'lecriptioof. This arran;emLt we make for three months, from April Ut U Jul) l.t, lut we shall hope to hare most of tlieerdetsaeatfnhr the firft of May. Send i...

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. — 7 May 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7, I860. VERMONT XKW adiiisos covsTr. . hi'. I u trwell, W . .rhotolbM"" PriD"D" : more thin halt i?for ,,,:'n7;ruV.hihi.8,ttjr- 1 . jir ,. Seal of Iliph!'. ' ' ' . m J dollars. ., ,.,t Daniels of Nw Hiven, diel on i-o,l maty years two nv, itlu- and ., ,' oi IUkev of Goaheu. died on the , ' . '. -.-l n nty-two years and nine rao-itua . . .ri.urlv of Weybridee. i tcele has sold the Sumner firm in ' , ', t,!clrrin L. Spencer, of Salisbury. j Don A. Ildye, who was sent from Derby to .),. kical uf the Middlehory Mfg. Oo'a. State prison a year ago last June, on a three . .",nm during the freshet last week years' sentence for stealing a team, has been par-''r-'.tli replaced for some time 1'art of doned on account of good behavior. He brings i 'in i.'i - i he nver at Paiiemirll bridge, was I home with him a neat hoi, six by nine inches, j" ,r i .. i c trenien lous prcssore. I composed of over 7000 different pieces, made by . '".',. meetm...

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. — 7 May 1869

r SgricuHural, ivr. t tt t. BmT.TNflTON. VT- FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1869. I By cor Affricultaral Editor. I Tlw fuliTWii artW) ha been prepared and 1 Hi'tii 14 hy ikpcchl let-awt; .- Irva fai'It Ill-raff. Fer wreS yew there has at time, a very h '-agmUr dnMM prevail-1 anions the cattle of leranl of the Western St aire, and Domettm, to S3awextaC,vtB as far ea-4 as Maine. Fur a long n the SOtb f June, and the first death oceurrcl ' jn the 8lh of August, a perit-1 of fortr-nioe dtjt. On Jamen McCoy's firm thcTexaus were received on the 15th of June; the Uiwe ap peared on the 9th of Aaju&t, 6ft j-five Jays after, fhe alx-ve accurate dates tho a i-eriod ofeeven tn eight week- between the first ueof a pasture by Texas cattle and the breaking out of the distee the natives. Of her ffatemenU con-e- Cntirnl Oncijicliailrond. EXCELLENT SECURITY. J i: n FIliST MORTGAGE. THIRTY-YEAR Nix pet cent 'oId Itondx OP TEX nowl with these whilst there one instance, f!fx T 1 tTfl 1 TCipiflP...

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