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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 14 May 1869

1 . . May t""r " .r,yfl the pMtureslsf. ,,0m-; mallitf houses , e the wife work - nj'nj . , m im lureheided comes to the gnte r : - w iter- tbe school boy hi'erj, , i , ;i,nr. The bury mwIIovts I !i iTfr about toe own. ' .... ,,,. th. n.rtiidK dnraminr; I " i .1 m-the cuckoo billing. ',1 -r Tt the swlry tarn, i - :ir. VieM in the Wary night . - 1 in-h cme strolliog l.y, I v , ,. -i '. ' 1 ule re wft'j Kiii. to l -rrow a cre for the morrow ; l fur, lire si(fj deetort ; K il ficm the north the rail et red. Wirt sa-et. Wonld Yob. . . v. t-r sini on ymr knen. tt li.Ie j sing wmeTitt'e Jitty, iV - ur hur or thumb, v.. .r "ee i uuM y.,u thiuV i: tri ! 7' Te!5 me. co j' I -ou el the ljby." ton! lyoaT Wife, with arm about o .r reck, Siyf vou wo . jut lite t.ie lby : Wants ' c fa- J to mate a " dJMSC." - j , jU refuse htr may be ' . 3 ja'' Should you jfj Tine 1 ' te woman," would yon i, hu-. t'e strife, I. tt r ire. nod little cot ; Ui.nj ! tun stirh tr single life? i u.u ou murmur M your lo...

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. — 14 May 1869

DCltLLNGTOS. FRIDAY MAY 14, 1S69. fl. a. BENEDICT. Editor. or II 1'RR.MirM LIST. We Invite the attent-oii of all our readers to the offer of premio-ae fur subscribers to tbe Free Paxs. in another column. It will require but little effort on tbe part of an one to secure two. three, four or mere names of rabteribers for a year, and. we hope te wndowt aboet of premiane in response to orders. Names fcr zwesaiuios tea y be sent in stacj uib with the mosey , and we will Mud the premium whan tbe list isfulL Aj oar object is to brine onr sheet to the notice of tboe who do not now see it. onljr tnm.Uf ub urils-n m 111 be allowed to count on preminu llett tevtanv of onr vreaent anbeeriber can have he Faae tuts aad a Magazine at reduced rate, if hW wish, as stated under terms tor single nheeripuom. TUsarrannment we make to three months, from April 1st to Jul; 1st, tt we shall hope to hare most of the ordeM seat into the fast of Hay. Send the smbseriptions. Tax Fas Passs ASSOCIATIOS, Barllactoo...

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. — 14 May 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1869. VEIIMONT NRVT. ahmmhs COCXFT- ,,Ul. nla,le upon "JT H ! wwk by Geo. 6ry. 3 6 ,,,,,, ii -cnl were fined- . , .. M I' 1 II jnJ A "OT,..,'l,fc . ,.-m tnp, -,r.jT. nre nog .ravin' meeting held April lUtli. , Toxa Hall, at an ealiMW f not Work on it has already Uvn , i of New Haven lii.l . ,. t. i li e a ivanced age of ' yexr-. ... ,r.. of E. Bi&soneUe, of Bn-ti.l i ,ntnanday nitt. May 21, and si oll-k'ii boots and shoes stolen mere- i NMNflTON rorvrt. r . i.t fn-liet committed heavy damage , li r-.t. and in its extent has not been bv my fl i since 1111. l'r , . ut u the North Bennington boot in inula t.'ry on Tuesday morning last, the amount of 810,000. l ' -trt'im of water from a hose con .tli il I - c pump of Messrs. Thatcher m. '. was all that -ived them from , i..-i ,i if.- $ -00,000, ind throwing 251) ...viuent. .-i 'ry at Benn'ngti it1 nn House," i Mi gul Bcntlv, dicl ..'-I 7 J. 'ct, Kiinrii as ; fir sale, ijerland...

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. — 14 May 1869

y Igrirullural, &t. By onr A grkcltnral Editor. SlltrhConf Milk. Much has teen raid of late about the best lirecJ ef cattle for tlic dairy. Good dairymen are lwmin more and more impressed with the importance of getting together herds that will produce large quantities of railk, and just now teems to hinge on the one idea of breed. Now while we would not 'baek djwn"from the position that we have w often taken, in regard to tiiedetiraUeECfJS of intro ducing new and better breeds, and breeding them with all possible care, wc would cot lose fight ot the fact that many other con siderations beside that of breed should be brought to bear in selecting a dairy herd : nor would wo lose Fight of the (act that the very best eows may lie but indiftreot milkers under unfavorable circumstances, rbeqoee tion of good and abundant fowl no less im- r.irtnnt then tlait of rood cows. An abun dance of milk defend? upon an abundance food. 1 1 is a very great mistake to overstock pastures, jet it is v...

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. — 21 May 1869

v 11 County Glcik 1 : (.8 tt hen the cares rfday are "' And I take my erau?V (.fthein.l"frayr?2f This cue IKWt to "' , ,,, ..vJlaods. dim and do-k-. birf-y!?,B- v-i ,h.- "Hep sprinkled : n "th the drops of ranUt rain , "ntbemUro-gh the twilight. Atuni herebeside my pane. I i,i the hffly places, W th the fhwp-pains trod across : tbe fountains by the way-aides-, " Hch one in her horn of mow Hi Iding up the mist abow her Like a skein of silken floss, i , ir Kn curners bright with roses, r.ardes b-jrdera set with mint. Cirlen U-.U. wherein tbe maidens Aiw tl.eir seeds. as loM doth hint, T nie rhme of mystic charming Fhit .'i ill come back all in print , w,;'i a world of blushes riirn ili. j read it through and through n-mz at the tangled sentence Fr., u the commas of the dew ; ,ul-1 1 ii-s, choose ye wisely, U-t -im: day the choice ye rue. 1 cm a troop of children Merry-hearted boys and girls Kve of light and eyes of darknesa, Feet of oral, legs of pearls. Hieing t.iward- tbe mornmg icB...

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. — 21 May 1869

THE BURLINGTON, YT. FREE PEESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 18G9. BUrtUNGTOX. FRIDAY MAY" 1SC9. G. 3. BlLIUCT. &itok. OlR PRKMU'M LIST We invite tie attention of all obt reader to the i ffer ef premie m for rabperibars to the Fbee Pkis, id anotbtr column. It will require but little eflbrt tin the part f anj w to secure two, three, lour or More naei f aWciitwrs for a jtar, and vt hope te MDa out a non or premtoaa irj rtw-ponac to order. amefirircuiiumEiayt-e sect la atany tine. vith Die mjoey, and we ill eend the preoiiiUB vhea the lift ufulL Aioarohecti6tobriBgoar nbeet to the notice of those bo do net now tee it, only wm jW' w mb enters ill be allowed to ooont on prau:mn lMa litany of our present becribrr cms bare the T&zk VRKf.0. awl E Magazine at redaeed rato- if tfaej -with, u stated under term for stogie snbaeriptioM This arrangement we make for three months, from April 1st to July ut. tot we ahall hope to hare crtheer4eri-ALh.br the first of May. Sand in the tuWripCwas. Tb...

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. — 21 May 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 18G9. VKRMOVT XKIVf. ... ,r--r Lilt h wnmaaei iicr . b . from ZRm Tin re acre shippw "..mi, 2;g -l,.-,l-l-''-"nJ"10Mds lew than the ''"''"ubMondarwere ..... ,.u'r. .,,un!. ,1ee in a,c Addu-on - i .nt,'re.i ' 3 . . 7;. .t...,,..,! UnceryvAHu. j . , . , rLoBnonjuw"-1 Mcic'ism. widow of the late non. Haven, sails for Eurov, in . -,,,,11 rtr. on the -."h last. I ii ! i NfiTua cocm. i! I! Thrj-!.er of Beanington, by tie wain iiint in ' 'hio has i mien ncir m A-ii. Wind, and door manufactory is pro- . 1 in r.t'iitiuigton. -.riet (er is prevailing Diong children in . i mitt n. 1 i, Mi -r- Burden of Troy have suspended ,i ... ii the Henry ore bed. North Benning , a. c. uut of trouble with one of the seleet . ..i iti. town - m' (' . !.. a fireman in the employ of the , i. Rutland Railroad, was instantly I. I ,: iv morning, in the railroad yard at i.j-.on lie was attempting to thacale two .- i .m in r when the coupling slipped upon I il...

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. — 21 May 1869

ar Agricultural, &t. Ey oar A rrteultural Editor. I'rrlUUrrs. Disguise the matter as we may, gloss it over as we can, the fact still exists that oar system of agriculture is exhaustive, an that we are day by day selling off the very life Mood of our farms We are aware that this is not a popular theme, nor is the statement kindly received; jtt it vras to le the imperious duty of the Agricul. tural Journalist to ktep the fact before the peo ple, unpleasant a it may be tohim or them. We have all through Vermont, farmers who, though they are ad ling to the area of their til lage lands, fail to keep up their stock to the Etandard of former days. That they are getting more dollars and cents off their farms, may be, nod probably is true; and tots is jut exactly what is deluding them into the belief that tbey are growing rich and perhaps improviog their estates. A virgin toil, and especially one upon which a forest growth has been burned off, leaving the surface covered with wood ashes,...

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. — 28 May 1869

Tor the Burltogten Tr" I.if. on RcirUlicn !. cut ofm mntilh Sec what hosts yor,""i. to battle; no,,. "IV ground about, Pa !sr, or chase the traitor out riuck nght ey, with right WPrt. tur conscience. he'8 ycr treasure i .'r be certain there's ycur heart. o the lawning foe no credit , tlie Moody flag unfurled ; , i, it base heart, the troth hath il . U ves not (iod tht loyea tlie world i and Mammon' O! be wiser, Serve them both ! it cannot be ; I im- in warfare, faint in miser. This can never weU agree. -, ,n the thame of basely felling. niU-rcJ captives clogged with clay, t vour faith . mate sure your calling, '. t il I the sword, and win the day. .t ir-1 pros?, toward perfection, w a'ch and pray, and all things prcne: L to know yoor own election, .-x-t j our heart on things above. hun backsliding, scorn dissembling. Lo ' salvation near in view ; A ork it out with fear and trembling . Tis yonr God that work- hi yon. South Burlington, May 1st, 186-4- t Tnrti llag-a-tfHc. on Hassan wa...

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. — 28 May 1869

BUilLlNGTON. FRIDAY MAY 23, lfc89. G. a. BENEDICT. Editor. " tiii: vki:kl.v tkke pkkss I published crrj TrMay morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Cllrpr lltirlliictnn, Vt. TE3MS. Two Dollar a Ycnr in Advance The Wecklt Fees Tcesr coat tins every week tire Ut-t Dtws, Local and btate Currespuod ce, Editorial, choiee selectad Mueelluy, utea. tkc teats, poetry. 4c Market P.poib -New ork and Boston Stock a ad (itceral Mrk4. CunMd Cattle Market; M, Albans Ilutter Market. Sc., ar trclti eti AjrJcoltaril topic, and Try thler gntae; te Ve up a tiixjiils rasH-vraM.". It is print ed od a Urge 36-eolamo sheet, and contain mure reading matter than any paper m this part of the country. CLCB JUTES. Fr$lca5u we wm Mod the Fate Fans" and the RirtrrWe Maitiine or Our Tonus Tolk, one j ear. Fer IJlM ca. we will hdu the Fun Pntse and Th Couatry i.tatiemsa, onejsnt. FirilJOeii, we wttl send tb Fee Pa and Pats Mntbly. or the AUantie Monthly, tr the Oalaty; a year. Far $5 aJh, wiU aeod the Fftcx Psass ...

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. — 28 May 1869

1 ilni'rt.lf.w,MWM THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, MAT 28, 1869. It Kit 51 0 XT JHV- tuniaox coixrr. ,,UnU..,; i- mafctoAiVla.BW.at. -top arc ftrf arpa- It .n ibis ctu .-..mil mail 0 oe ucrn in mm . !uty for atcordi'ig tj thr i IJ.S1. ri. i muittiag extemiro raiagi- oa . of rTgrttes and W aitnau. -, , Vt three, M. J. Birkctt throe. I'm ,,.jf if his valuable Wool -uivji, , i'jIts It is a singular f fure in , i, i r" a the dug's low of niatt'm 'fc , nheii once tacy get a taetc then- i L.r ti.e disease but death. t I ( MGTUX t'OCJtTT. i terr.ble thunder ahoirer in Pern, The rain poured down in tor- i 1 mute to the roads in Peru, entiiu- -. i!ie turnpute from s.j"to ' it w ilurri. a resident of Troy, N.Y , 1 n . f! w ei. at Bennington, of a ' 1 1 - r -i li. It was found necessary ; t i u,,- Wfore she could be got into 1 , i j u r neighed 3Q pounds. 1 i -i uljoiningS. M.Wm & Sou's rmi n, was entered on the night of nl anumWot matches taken, 1 hi wt M?veral . i!uabie...

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. — 28 May 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FEEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY S3, I860. gcjrirullura!, 4t. By oar Aricultarl Elite r Soa'hJtrwy HaUroad Landi.r. Called to make a business trip to Tom's Riier, the pmeit terminus cf the Karitan and DeU wae Bay R. R.f we took our departure from Pier 32 North Rirer. "ew YoxV, on Tuesday, May 11th, at 4 o'clock P. M., hj steamer Jesse Hoyttit Pert Monmouth, thence by cars to Toms River. Chartered by the State of Cam den and Amboj" as a coast road to Cape May the R. k D. R. R. was built, and operated in connection with the Camdn and Atlantic R. R. iariral route to Philade'pMi. Foilelin va rious attempts to squelch the lira', the Camden and Amboy tucceeded a jc.ir ,r to in g-Uicg ao injunction placel upon it, w th it ih? fuutli ern portion from Manchester i- not now (er.. ted, and the connection to PhillJphii is htV en. It is claimed, and probaVy cot wit boa reason, that the road was d:gMrd to dre!p the coast interests, but was ni-on by the holders of large tracts ...

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 June 1869

BereMfnirnl' Fair the seal's J nnr'' Msnc-bnilt HW'11 Eiim-thtteipcs.rM.. rJTliet which accumulates f0 of earth to earth returrl, rravers of saints that inly burned Saying. What is excellent, s GvJ lives, is permanent ; Hearts are dust, hearts' loves remain . Hearts' lores will meet thee agvin. Kcvere the maker; fetch thine eje l p to this style, anJ mvroers of the ly. Not of adanunt and gold Built he heaven stark and oold; No. but a nest of bending reeds. Flowering pas", ani scented weed": Or like a traveler neeing tent. Or bow aboe the torn jot bent; Built of tears and sacred flames. And Tirtuc reaching to its aims; Emit of furtherance and pursuing. Not of spent deeds, but of doing. Silent ru.-hes the switt Lord Tbrou.'h ruined systems still restored, Br.. 1 1-' win?, bleak and T. i 1 to bleu, P'. ui-s with worlds the wil.lerr.es; T. ati n with team of ancient sorrow Xrp'ts of l'.den ripe to-murruW Hmse and tenant go to croui d, Lot in God. in Godhead found. Kalih n'Ma Emtrtn. 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. — 4 June 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE -1, 18G0. UDlil.LVGTON. FMD.VT JCXE I, 1SC9. C. 3. BENEDICT. Ebitor. HIK UKKKI.V FUEK PRKSS la pualisheJ every Friday rooming by THE FREE PItESS ASSOCIATION, ...liter ni liurllnpioii, VI. lESNSi rT'. . ,. T l 1 1 . . . . , . . . .. u . icnr in Advance. The Weult Fart Teiss eoatiloa every week ine uw Dews, lcal aad State Xew, (-urrwpusd- "" rauioniu, enolee selacttxl Miscellany, tales, tVrtckts, poetry. 4c Market Itopoltr tw York ml DulM itock and General Market; Cambrtdc l-aiiie Market fct, Albans Butter Market It. ar- ticlae on .aicaltnral Uples.and every thing pilni to male up a taluible Famr pa-es. Jt l priot d on larfre VolomQ sheet and con taint more reading matter than a By paper in this part of the country. CIXB RATES. For cash we wUl trad the Fun Press and the Riverside ilaaife or Our Voerc: Folks, one jear. ror US) oaah, we well tend the Fun Press and The Country lienttanan, one year. For 11 31 out, wo will tend the Free...

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 June 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, T,UNE 4, 1869. 1 r.ioioxT xmvs adpisos consri. "'" "T , TJ-$.tinnd. waseaueht A pickon! yeifainF-Kbfe utiB few t. , litter riwl."- ""T" . .1 ... l nit tne w:i-ii awl more iras pu led fn."' , ifiws cf Otter Creek Lode- f fi-wl r ,' ' jr-'ef Verernnrs were instill"' 1 1-1 Fn t-J , , ,. Gen. Ceorpe W. Grande i- -.t'l.y t w Tenphr. BE.NXINGTOX COt.NT. inlrew Bonis died in Beun ost " re- ,. IK: case caused some dissjtrceuM'nt , .j; medk-al men, and after ber death a p-t -.-n rsnnuiatluo was hold, wlu'U H a . 1 that the cause of her demi-e n "a iu.iiit. weighing 'Jl pound". PreMou-.fi , final, K. poumls of fluid were taken fujni ; ritonc-U cirity. ; mi r- are current of a consolidation of the in! tn. I.eliuon Springs and lienninjrton and ' i. 1 lUilmads. I Mi. II. C Bates, a member of the Graduating s-r corinT. Haw of "The Boston School," for the Ministry. , ; T K n Co. are building a new rail nJ a former resident of Vermont, has accepted ....

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. — 4 June 1869

3 otMiMitlnrtl By oar Agricultural Better, riantlnr I'olstorf, A cerrcvrMixlcnt writes us a long letter on .be subject o! deep planting and level culture of potauw, as recommended by ua some two tir three weeVs ap. It is im practicable at this late day to publish it. He is mistaken in nniin that we roenmmpn.l1 tjiniin- in the bottom oTlhe rarrowj. We reoonT which in gener..l contain no nitrogen The ; characteristics arc sometimes partially blend mended trenching or furrowing the mellow (J tbeT are fUfficently distinct lor classi soil four inches deep, and dropping the sets fication. in that, and flightlv covering them so that ' J"3. rrtlnacity has been exhibited by , ... ,. . .... i 1 some bighlv intelligent niinds, who should when fully billed the surface should be level . , Ilbera, liew() as , tbe liut soch a process implies that the ' bottom , .miliar kinds of manures neceeearv to sop of the furrow " is at lcat 3 or 4 inches below I rt a satisfactory prodnctiveness. " We have the...

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 June 1869

i V t JsiJ- A ould that thou cool ' 0 Me'ry. CT-m,JXje.ttJ shower-, icrrr eor-tMTT iVoali tint thou oouldst last for aye , heneslh thy morning sky Pisat 9 bow nang CD ""P1 : An.lintAeblneoepllsfr GuniaierF , here and there, a star. I:uiim If rube the bending grass, Gl.sipning. early B.iwers among Monad's world and fairy's gta-s, Bathing-fount for wandering sprite Br mysterious fingers hang. Id the lone and qoret night Sow tlie freshening breezes pass Gtthcriug. as tney steal along. RTh perfume nd matin aong ; And.inu-klj to destruction hurl d I- fairy's diamond glaM and niona dew drop wind Lo ' j n clou 1, ubich hong but now B'a'k up m tne moantain's brow. Threatening the green earth with storm ; See ' it heaves it giant form. And, eri r changing shape and hue. Each time presenting something new. Move slowlv np, and -prevling rolls away Toward" the rich purpl-'tnaki that usher in the pay ; Brightening, as it onwar.1 g., I ntu ... rjmre M"- A the pi-Hiitf CbrL-tiar.V soul, ( Bnehter ...

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 June 1869

BURLINGTON. FRIDAY JUNE 11, 16C3. G. 0. BENEDICT. Editor. THE U'EEKLV FREE I'lt'ESS Is pialished every Friday morning by THE FREE TRESS ASSOCIATION, College !., Burllugton, vt. 1EBH3: Two Dollars a Year in Advance. The Weeklv Fees Fuess contains every week, the latest news. Local and btate Nowt, Corrcrpond eace. Editorials, choice (elected Miscellany, tales, efcetebis, poetry. Ac Market Repctts. New York aad Boston Stock and General MarVeU, Cambridze Cattle Market, Sit, Albans Butter Market, tea ar tickt m Agricultural topics, and every thiol going to make up a vaLtratLi raxiLT rarea. It Is print ed on a larse 3oolumo sheet, and contains more reading matter than any paper in this part of the country. CIXE KATES. For 13 cash we will send the Feee TIess and the Riverside Magazine cr Oar Venn; Folks, oco year. For 3.50 cash, we well send the Fbee Fbess and The Country lientleraan, one year. FrilJOcasli,we will send the Free Peess and Putnasa'a jWtaly. cr the Atlantic MontMy, tr the lal...

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 June 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 11, 1869. ElOlO.vr NEWS'. v . fn.i!VereenMsnlirlict There yere Airpri , gutter. The wJ frmm price paw raugw "v , . erected ci.iea of Cornwall, An o'.d and much J jirf on Sun lav of !, at the oal hou-e near rtLTIf the late due on Jil"J M, ,-ltr.f that pace. Two "K-n bv the names of lies and Viper, , '.i ,n." in Salisbnrjr. -hue the Pe..p.e ' : r,me t.' church, entered seTfr.il house- in ,, , "ce and ihereabouts, and stole property ! ffrtTi't kinds. From one resilenc tmy , i.s id money. They at once decamped, " ,u. i.Mldaj- were followed by an officer, r a i not ai 1 it accounts sncceedH in arrest , , :'ier of the rascals. U -- Parrie I"i.ster. of Vergenr.e. has collect- -T'ti.' of LOT" buttons wunin st '-' "- r'tyS . There are some his- tins collection, Neral were 1 t'm' . I un coit of Col. Ellsworth, the . 'ii 11 iyr. tln'i were presented bj his fath . t Iw ri'i. ' f the U S. Arwnil in Ver- 1 to- buU.iui. of Uevolutioniiy memory...

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 June 1869

i grjculfural, &t. THK PA It SI AXU 1IAIH.V. By our Agricultural Editor. Fixe IIoeses. Orris Jlallanl, Kij., of Gcor pia, aell known to most of our re-tilers, for the fine horses amtyien that he bus from time to time soM in our market, has recently bought if P. Grant, ofFort C'ovingtrn, X.Y.. a pair of four jeir old Morgan horses, 13 3-4 hands high, thv are proLouneeU by gcol judges to be equal to anything of thetr age in the state- They were first priie animals in their classes at the last two exhibitions of tie Franklin County, (X.T.) Ag ricultural Society. Atbsiiisil Sale. Alexander Fkber.of Fair field has sold two of his grade Ayrshire two years oid heifers for S 100 each. Croi-s The crops throughout Sortfcrm Ver mont are in excellent condition, corn and pota toes are almost ready for hoeing and in some few instances that work is in progress. We do not hear so much complaint of worms as usual. The grass crop is unusually promising for the time of year, except on those meadow...

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